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Vol. I, 1909-1941; bulk during the 1930s : obituaries, weddings, social events. Vol. II, 1930-1947 : obituaries, weddings, social events, World War II, American Red Cross, SPCA, and articles by and about Anne McIlhenny
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At the time of the preliminary information application, Galucki was an Amtrak ticket agent based at Central Terminal
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Script for an untitled comedic play involving Mrs. O'Keefe, who runs a boarding house, Mr. Stuyvesant and his daughter Sadie, and Bob Howitzer, in love with Sadie. Also, rough notes for a musical comedy regarding the Indian legend Maid of the Mist
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Marriage notice and certificate of Ruth Lyon and William Davies, 1916; correspondence and clippings concerning Mrs. Davies' involvement with the Y.W.C.A. and Asbury-Delaware Methodist Church, 1926-1943; family photographs; and a scrapbook assembled by Henry Lyon, Mrs. Davies' father, regarding the Idlewood Association, including a history, photographs, and clippings, 1884-1937
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Letters, telegrams, memoranda, and general orders of Governors Henry M. Rector and Harris Flanagin, collected by Bishop during his service in Arkansas. Correspondents include members of Congress and Confederate officials and officers. Topics include the evacuation of the Little Rock arsenal in Feb. 1861, creation and command of the Trans-Mississippi Distrct, the placement of mortars and rifle guns recovered from Fort Sumter, and the disruption of elections to be held under federal protection in Mar. 1864. In a lengthy letter dated 15 July 1863, Jefferson Davis assures Gov. Flanagin of his committment to Arkansas