Worcester Historical Museum
Letters written by Drennan to his wife and family during his Civil War service with the 25th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry Regiment; correspondence, documents, forms, and other supporting papers relating to his military pension application; and materials reflecting his post-war police career -- Includes photographs, cartes-de-visite, and miscellaneous clippings
Montana Historical Society,-- Library and Archives Dept
Chiefly financial materials, including assay reports, bills, and payroll records arranged in chronological order; together with interoffice correspondence (1877-1881, 1885, 1893) between mining department superintendent Samuel A. Barbour and the general manager and other company officials; outgoing letterpress volume (1885-1886) of general manager Henry Knippenberg; and minor legal documents and miscellany
Montana Historical Society,-- Library and Archives Dept
Scattered papers of Spear family -- Collection contains a typescript photocopy of a letter (1845) from Willis Bradford Spear to his father; a typescript copy of Willis Moses Spear's diary (1883), describing the family move from New Chicago to Wyoming; a one-page typed biography (n.d.) of Willis Bradford Spear by Jessamine Spear Johnson; six reminiscences (n.d.) by Willis M. Spear, discussing life in Montana and Wyoming; and several reminiscences (n.d.) and a family history (1972) by Willis Benton Spear
Montana Historical Society,-- Library and Archives Dept
Topics include his employment at a Buttrey's grocery store; recreation; and wages
Daughters of the Republic of Texas Library
Wills, estate records, creative works, photographs, published material, and artifacts relating to several members of the Dignowity family -- Several items are associated with Mattie Grace Dignowity, including mss. of an autobiographical story of an incident during her residence in Sonora, Mex., a short work of fiction, a poem, sketches of her home, her will, brief estate documents, and a published photo essay on San Antonio, Tex., accompanied by her poetry. Includes a published autobiography of Czech-American Anthony M. Dignowity describing his youth in Europe, with a brief chapter on San Antonio, and photographs of several family members, including the parents of Mattie G. Dignowity, Henry Randolph and Sarah Elizabeth Bell
Bucks County Historical Society
Includes bills and trial lists (1811-1818), copies of minutes (1689-1693), rough copies of docket entries (1774-1829), sheriff writs (1696-1896), and praecipes (1790-1835)
New Jersey State Archives
Ridgefield Township formed 1871; parts set off to neighboring townships at various times; in 1904 became Fort Lee Borough
Worcester Historical Museum
Materials relating to the Worcester Playground Association, established in Worcester, Mass., in 1910 to provide activities and playgrounds for children and became the Worcester Playground Commission in 1911 as part of the municipal government, coincidental with the national playground movement which provided urban play areas and programs for children -- Includes programs of the first organized playground activity in Worcester and papers relating to the playground movement and development of public playgrounds
Daughters of the Republic of Texas Library
Letters, transcripts, poetry, and clippings on or by several members of the family of Sam Houston -- Material includes letters written and received by Sam Houston including several personal letters to his wife Margaret, written during his service in the U.S. Senate, letters, poems and biographical material associated with Margaret Lea Houston, Nancy Houston Morrow, Margaret Houston Williams, and Nettie Houston Bringhurst, two letters from sculptor Elisabet Ney discussing her work on a statue of Sam Houston, and collected biographical and genealogical information concerning the Lea, Moffett, and Power families
American Academy of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery Foundation,-- John Q. Adams Center for the History of Otolaryngology--Head and Neck Surgery
Six black and white pencil illustrations on 100% cotton rag stock, show just a few of the steps of Dr. Lempert's famous one-step fenestration operation. They are beliefed to be the work of medical illustrator Alfred Feinbert