Minnesota Historical Society
Correspondence relative to the establishment of steamboat service to St. Anthony and Minneapolis (Minn.) in 1858-1859, and to the building of a telegraph line from Minneapolis to La Crosse, Wisconsin in 1859; and letters by Kimball written in service with Henry H. Sibley's punitive expedition against the Dakota Indians in 1863
University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, Libraries
The collection primarily documents the development of the Center's seminars, conferences, and lecture series, and the invitation of scholars, authors, and artists, such as Thomas J. Abercrombie, Celia Bertin, Anthony Burgess, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Judith Halberstam, and June Wayne. The collection consists of correspondence between the director and scholars, authors, and artists about lectures and conferences sponsored by the center; brochures and announcements of Center events; photographs; committee meeting minutes; transcripts of lectures delivered at conferences; and the center's Newsletter. Much of the collection documents the role and scholarship of women in the arts in the twentieth century. Working Papers, a series of works-in-progress published by the center, documents the research and pre-publication of scholarship by the center's fellows. A significant amount of the correspondence is in French, most dealing with "A Week with French Women" and other lectures and visits given ... Read More
New York State Historical Documents
Papers and records concerning military affairs at Fort Ticonderoga, Crown Point, and Mt. Independence during colonial wars and Revolutionary War from the British Army and Navy, the French Army, and American troops from New York, Connecticut, New Jersey, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and Pennsylvania. Military records include returns, reports, pay vouchers, commissions, discharges, accounts, orders, receipts, furloughs, passes, and letters; correspondents include George Washington, James Abercrombie, Ethan Allen, Sir Jeffrey Amherst, Benedict Arnold, Isaac Burnet, Sir Guy Carleton, Horatio Gates, Lord Howe, William Johnson, Marquis de Montcalm, John Morgan, Samuel Mott, Edmund Munro, Edmund Otis, Israel Putnam, Philip Schuyler, Philip Skene, John Starke, Archalaus Jay, Jonathan Trumbull, and Anthony Wayne. Other items include maps, broadsides, bills, receipts, deeds, and petitions
University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, Libraries
The collection primarily documents the development of the Center's seminars, conferences, and lecture series, and the invitation of scholars, authors, and artists, such as Thomas J. Abercrombie, Celia Bertin, Anthony Burgess, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Judith Halberstam, and June Wayne. The collection consists of correspondence between the director and scholars, authors, and artists about lectures and conferences sponsored by the center; brochures and announcements of Center events; photographs; committee meeting minutes; transcripts of lectures delivered at conferences; and the center's Newsletter. Much of the collection documents the role and scholarship of women in the arts in the twentieth century. Working Papers, a series of works-in-progress published by the center, documents the research and pre-publication of scholarship by the center's fellows. A significant amount of the correspondence is in French, most dealing with "A Week with French Women" and other lectures and visits given ... Read More
Columbia University - Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Reel to reel tapes (459) and some files.
University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
The papers of American writer James Purdy include drafts, correspondence, publishing material, and press material relating to his novels, short stories, plays, poetry, and essays. Also included are Purdy’s drawings, works by other authors, and theater programs and other printed material.
Minnesota Historical Society
Correspondence (1760-1967), Civil War material (1862-1865), United States Commissioner of Agriculture material (1877-1881), financial and business records (1848-1920), literary papers, diaries (1852-1961), letterbooks, photographs, newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, notebooks, and other miscellaneous material relating to William Le Duc and his family (Hastings, Minn.) and to the Gardner family of St. Paul (Minn.).
American Philosophical Society
Lieutenant William Keugh (b. 1732) was an Irish-born officer in the British army during the French and Indian War and the American Revolutionary War. Serving as Adjutant for the 44th Regiment of Foot, Keugh wrote Report of British Officer to His Majesty from Camp at German Town 28th of Setptemr. 1777, which chronicles the Philadelphia campaign of 1777, including descriptions of the Battles of Brandywine, Paoli and Germantown.
New York Public Library
This is a synthetic collection consisting of manuscripts and typescripts, correspondence, financial and legal documents, portraits, and pictorial works.