University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
The papers are chiefly letters, 1909-1945, from William Watkins Davies (1868-1945) to Shepard Bryan. Beginning in 1941 there are also carbon copies of Bryan's letters to Davies. The correspondence is concerned with reminiscences of the University of North Carolina, life in Chapel Hill and Hillsborough, N.C., anecdotes from the past, and news and memories of friends; current affairs, including comments on national and international events, political figures and trends, opinions, analyses, and predictions; books being swapped and read and discussed; and personal news of family, health, gardens, birds, travel, including Davies's trip around the world in 1928-1929, and other trips. Included in the correspondence are letters dealing with Davies's efforts to get his manuscript, "Southborough," published; plans for the 50th reunion of the Class of 1891 at Chapel Hill; and many letters written during World War II about the war's progress, armchair strategy, and predictions. In addition to the ... Read More
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
The collection consists of images documenting the history of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill organized into eleven series by broad categories: administration and staff, 1897-1980s; alumni, 1900-1979; athletics, 1890s-1999 and undated; buildings and grounds, 1799-1999 and undated; documents, 1950s and undated; keepsakes, 1980s-1990s and undated; military affairs, 1910-1980s and undated; organizations, 1878-1990s and undated; schools and colleges, 1870-1980s; special events, 1910s-1980s; and students, 1870-1990s. Images are in a variety of formats, primarily black-and-white photographic prints, but also including film negatives, 35mm color slides, 35mm roll film negatives, illustrations, color lithographs, pages from publications, and other types of documents
Texas Tech University - Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library
Includes literary productions, printed material and scrapbook material pertaining to Faulk and his career as a historian and author of the American Southwest. Collection bulks (1960-1973) with literary productions, including manuscripts, galley proofs and page proofs of numerous books by Faulk
Texas Tech University - Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library
Includes correspondence, photographs, printed material and scrapbook material. Bulks (1934-1943) with materials related to Clark's involvement with the Kemas Club at Texas Technological College, Lubbock, Texas
Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens
The journal and account book that Foote kept from 1841 through 1873. He started the journal in 1841, "the first year of my agricultural life, for the purpose of recording, in general, my labors and their results." The journal details works and activities of Foote's farm, including his agricultural "experiments," and contains records weather and natural disasters. The account book, in addition to household and farm expenses, contains records of payments to Williams College, purchases of books, subscriptions to local and national magazines and newspapers, expenses related to the activities of Berkshire agricultural societies, etc
Michigan Technological University - J.R. Van Pelt and Opie Library
Papers, circa 1910-circa 1949, of Nathan O. Lawton, a graduate of the Michigan Mining School (now Michigan Technological University) in Houghton, Michigan and practicing mining engineer. Includes correspondence, field notebooks, maps, records, and other printed ephemera
Michigan Technological University - J.R. Van Pelt and Opie Library
Records, 1989-2005, of the Michigan Technological University Alumni Association Keweenaw Chapter. Includes meeting minutes, financial records and event documents

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