Duke University - David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Chiefly photocopies of letters written by Daniel Newman Barber to his mother, sisters, and sister-in-law. Daniel was an ambulance driver for the 313th Ambulance Company in France during World War I. Letters contain references to his experiences and observations as a soldier. Place names include: Verdun, La Bourboule, Pierrefitte sur Aire, Bar le Duc, Paris, Rimaucourt, Nantes, and Fort Dix at Wrightstown, N.J. Collection also includes introduction written by James Barber and Timothy N. Barber, son and grandson respectively of Daniel Newman Barber
Minnesota Historical Society
Financial and legal papers, account books, and memorandum books relating to loans and property holdings of Barber and his partners in Vermont, Michigan, and Minnesota; his mercantile business in Rutland County, Vermont, and Minneapolis; the Minneapolis flour and wheat business; and his Cataract Flouring Mill, Minneapolis
Columbia University
Correspondence, conference papers and notes, lectures, Barnard College administrative records, book review manuscripts, financial records for his research grants, book manuscripts, and his college notes. Correspondence with sociologists and other professional colleagues concerning his writing, teaching, and Barnard College administrative affairs, and with his friends. Major correspondents include Daniel Bell, Robert K. Merton, David Riesman, George Sarton, and Talcott Williams. There are also letters from Harry Elmer Barnes, Richard Hofstadter, Edward Kennedy, Margaret Mead, Ashley Montagu, and C.P. Snow
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, business papers, military documents, college catalogs, medical school records, case notes, mss. for published and unpublished articles, legal papers, notebooks, deeds, maps, and other papers reflecting four generations of the Barber family. Includes papers of Daniel Barber, Sr. (1733-1779), early landowner; Rev. Daniel Barber (1756-1834), an Episcopal clergyman who settled in Claremont, N.H., and later Washington, D.C., who wrote on the Catholic Church; Calvin Barber (1772-1846), stonemason and builder, militia officer, justice of the peace, and entrepreneur; and Lucius I. Barber, a graduate of Amherst College and University of Pennsylvania Dept. of Medicine, who taught school briefly in North Carolina, settled in Milwaukee, Wis., where he served in the Wisconsin Legislature and held judicial and municipal offices before returning to Simsbury in 1845 where he was elected member of the Connecticut General Assembly, appointed district probate judge, and authored A Record ... Read More
Columbia University - Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Bernard Barber (1918-2006) was a Professor of Sociology at Barnard College for over 35 years, from 1952 until his retirement. He wrote several books, many articles, and was a pioneer in the sociology of science and the theory of social structure.
Montana Historical Society Research Center - Archives and Photograph Archives
D.W. Tilton (1839-1919) was a Virginia City, Montana, newspaper publisher and book store owner. Collection (1851-1976) includes correspondence, financial records, legal documents, photographs, writings, and clippings. There are subgroups for the O.B. Barber family of Virginia City and Sheridan; and the Joseph Corby family of Butte. [RESTRICTION: Family retains all literary rights.]
Harvard University - Baker Library
Earl H. Barber was a public utility engineer who specialized in gas and electric rates.Includes work notes, correspondence, reports, and articles, largely relating to a number of Massachusetts towns and cities whose gas and light companies Barber investigated.
Montana Historical Society,-- Library and Archives Dept
This collection contains the personal, business, and political materials of D.W. Tilton, Orlando Beach Barber, Joseph Corby, and various other members of the three families. Correspondence, financial records, biographical material, legal documents, ephemera, clippings, writings, speeches, diaries, and miscellany are included. Subgroups in the collection are D.W. Tilton; Tilton Family; O.B. Barber; Barber Family; Joseph Corby; Corby Family; Tilton and Barber; Tilton Brothers; Ogden, Means and Company, and Miscellany which includes unidentified materials or items that could not be related to any of the other subgroups
Indiana University
[v. 1] Partita no. 1 in B-flat major, S. 825 / Johann Sebastian Bach -- Sonata in E-flat major, Hob. XVI: 52 / Franz Joseph Haydn (beginning) -- [v. 2] Sonata in E-flat major, Hob. XVI: 52 / Franz Joseph Haydn (conclusion) -- Sonata in E major, op. 109 / Ludwig van Beethoven (beginning) -- [v. 3] Sonata in E major, op. 109 / Ludwig van Beethoven (conclusion)