Milwaukee Public Library
Towing vessel built in 1979 at Mermentau, LA. Also known as Thomas G. Goode
New York Public Library
· To George Dyer, author and advocate of political reform : 1 autograph letter signed : 17 Dec 1794 : (MISC 3616J) : from Newgate : begins, "We think it will be better for to defer a few days, fixing a plan for [David] Holt, until the result of the application making in his favor is known ...".
New York Public Library
James Ridgway, English publisher. · To George Dyer, author and advocate of political reform : 1 autograph letter signed : 17 Dec 1794 : (MISC 3616J) : from Newgate : begins, "We think it will be better for to defer a few days, fixing a plan for [David] Holt, until the result of the application making in his favor is known .".
National Museum of Women in the Arts
Exhibition announcement. Date of materials range from 2007 to present
Utah State University - Merrill-Cazier Library
Scrapbook assembled by John L. Ridgway of his illustrations. The scrapbook has been unbound and includes 51 leaves, the last 8 leaves of which are blank. Many of the leaves have material on the recto as well as the front. Most illustrations are accompanied by typewritten or handwritten descriptions. Illustrations are in both color and black and whites and were done in a variety of artistic techniques including pen drawing, wash drawing, and lithography. Subject matter includes birds, fossils and artifacts. Many of the works included are proofs for publications that his illustrations have appeared in
Georgetown University - Special Collections
University of Wisconsin-Madison - Ebling Library
Smithsonian Institution Archives
Descriptive Entry This accession consists of bird and nest drawings, including originals and plates that were used for publication purposes.
New-York Historical Society
Frank Ridgway papers, 1861-1897, consist of his commission in the 73rd New York volunteers, letters to his uncle, Charles W. Adams, a diary covering Jan. 1 to July 31, 1864, and a letter to Ridgway from John N. Coyne about his war service. Accompanied by a typed transcript of the diary by his daughter, Mary Racey Ridgway, and papers relating to her attempts to publish the diary. Ridgway's letters and diary describe campaigning in Virginia; the diary includes material on treating the wounded from the battles of the Wilderness and Cold Harbor, and the attack on Petersburg