Brigham Young University - L. Tom Perry Special Collections
Contains diaries, professional and private correspondence, speeches, essays, poetry, and histories. The materials relate to Christensen's personal life and to his work as a lawyer and as a jurist. Also includes private correspondence, primarily between Christensen and other family members, especially his wife, Lois.
Yale University - Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Ledger drawings by American Indians and photographs collected by George W. Fox, 1867-circa 1885. Ledger drawings in the collection include two discrete disbound volumes created in 1876 by Wohow, a Kiowa Indian, and Soaring Eagle, a Cheyenne Indian. Photographs include portraits of American Indians and views of Indian Territory by William Stinson Soule, as well as portraits of American Indian students and views by John Nicholas Choate related to the United States Indian School in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. The collection also includes stereograph portraits of American Indian prisoners at Castillo de San Marcos (Fort Marion) in Saint Augustine, Florida, by photographers O. Pierre Havens and George Pierron. Other photographs include views of sites along the Galveston, Harrisburg & San Antonio Railway in Texas by Peter Fassold and Samuel Burnett Hill, as well as other images of Texas and California by Charles Turner Collier and August R. Mignon.
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Letters (1870-1881) from Dalrymple to his wife, Jennie Seward Dalrymple, written while he was working as agent for his firm, Bush and Dalrymple, in Mississippi River towns in Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, Arkansas, and Illinois; letters (1875-1881) from his partner, J.W. Bush, in Rising Sun; letters and invoices (1871-1880) from merchants in Cincinnati, Ohio, New Orleans, La., Louisville, Ky., Natchez, Miss., and Cairo, Ill.; and letters (1890) to Dalrymple regarding a mill property in Sistersville, W. Va.; together with Civil War letters of G.W. Lamb, serving with 3rd Indiana Cavalry Regiment (45th Indiana Regiment); letters (1865-1867) to Jennie Seward from a school friend in Lawrenceburg, Ind.; and letters (1864-1865) from Mrs. R.H. Bowen, of Calvert County, Md., to her son
Indiana State Library - Manuscripts and Rare Books
The collection includes Dalyrmple's letters to his wife written while he was on business in Mississippi River towns in Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, Arkansas, and Illinois (1870-1881); letters from his partner, J.W. Bush, from Rising Sun (1875-1881); letters and invoices from merchants in Cincinnati, New Orleans, Louisville, Natchez, Mississippi, and Cairo, Ill. (1871-1880). In addition there are Civil War letters of G.W. Lamb, 45th Indiana Regiment (1863); letters to Dalrymple's wife, Jennie Seward, from a school friend in Lawrenceburg, Dearborn Co. (1865-1867); and letters from Mrs. R.H. Bowen of Calvert County, Md., to her son (1864-1865)
The portrait photographs listed in this record are from the John Oxley Library's copy print collection. The copy print collection comprises photographic prints that depict Queensland's people, places & events
This collection chiefly consists of estate records of members of the related Adger and Williams families. Papers of Robert Adger (1814-1891) include a letter (1864) from Confederate engineer August S. Barrows transmitting a wartime map of the Richmond (Va.) area; a letter (1879) from George S. Brown in London (England) concerning the dissolution of Robert Adger & Company; papers (1880-1885) relating to Rivoli Farm (Pendleton, S.C.); business and legal papers relating to investments and the settlement of the affairs of James Adger & Company; Robert Adger's will and estate records (1888-1903); and papers (1855-1873) pertaining to the estate of his wife's relative, Thomas F. Fleming. Papers relating to Robert Adger's children include letters (1891) of Jane E. Adger and Clara Flinn Bowen, and an agreement (1873) concerning insurance policies. One group of papers (1868-1874) pertains to the "lunatic estate" of James Adger (1812-1881), and includes receipts, a doctor's letter diagnosing ... Read More
Scope and Content Records consist of job files and job tickets (1980-2001). The photographic collection from the Notre Dame Publications Office consists of color and black and white prints, negatives, and slides. The images depict University events, student life, campus buildings, academics, sporting events, alumni events, faculty, staff, and other institutional departments. It is assumed these images were used in or created for various University publications. Photographers include Paul Wieber, Ron Parent, Neil Bowen, Brother Martinus, Bruce Harlan, Gary Mills. The collection also includes a small portion of photos that were published in the Dome yearbook in the 1980s.
Of note with this collection are the many photographs taken by South Carolina, and especially Newberry, photographers. Included are J.Z. Salter Studio, W.H. Wiseman, Elite Photo Studio, and Nichols' Studio from Newberry. Also W.A. Reckling, Radcliffe, J.P. Howie, and Sargeant from Columbia, S.C.; J.H. Winburn from Sumter, S.C.; Snyder's from Camden, S.C.; J.R. Halford from Walterboro, S.C.; J.S. Broadaway from Greenville, S.C.; J.H. Collins from Anderson, S.C.; Jacobs from Clinton, S.C.; Anderson from Charleston, S.C.; M. Carlisle and Thackston Studio from Rock Hill, S.C.; W.H. Clark, J.T. Winburn and Wren & Wheeler photographic artists