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Correspondence, diaries, speeches, reports, travel materials, genealogies, booklists, yearbooks, autographs, diplomas, memorabilia, newsletters, clippings, and photos. Topics include Hays's activities as a librarian at various places in Wisconsin and at St. John's University, Shanghai, China (1922-1926), library associations, Episcopal Church and its missions, especially in China, World War I and World War II, Daughters of the American Revolution, and Delta Kappa Gamma
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Annual meeting reports, agenda, programs, press releases, printed material, clippings, and photos, relating to administration, the ecumenical movement, women's issues, and North Dakota Conference of Churches
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Notebooks, written in Norwegian, relating to theological studies
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Diaries relating to Ulmer's missionary service in China
Rutgers University Libraries
Letters received (1893-1965), correspondence, military journals, notes on military topics, drafts of published and unpublished writings, maps, charts, clippings, photos, printed matter, and other papers
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Correspondence; biographical information; education files; articles, book reviews, sermons, and other writings; articles, speeches, and pamphlets by others; interviews; professional files; and photos. Includes material relating to Grigg's education at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Ky., and segregation, race relations, racism, African American Baptists, and National Baptist Convention, U.S.A., Inc
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Built 1886 from Espanola to Santa Fe, N.M., giving Denver and Rio Grande access to Santa Fe; company reorganized 1888 as Santa Fe Southern Railway Company; in 1895 as Rio Grande and Santa Fe Railroad Company; eventually became part of the Denver and Rio Grande
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Chiefly letters written by Zenas Robinson in Cincinnati, Ohio, to members of the Sanford family in Falmouth, Mass., including Betsey, Charles (postmaster), and Robinson's father-in-law, Benjamin Sanford (justice of the peace) and letters from Benjamin Sanford to Zenas and his wife, Nancy (Sanford) Robinson, relating to family news, friends, and local events and providing detailed descriptions of living conditions in Falmouth and Cincinnati during the War of 1812. Includes account, drawn from Zenas's letters to Charles, of the journey of the Robinsons and their children from Cape Cod to Cincinnati (1813), traveling by carriage and covered wagon to Pittsburgh, Pa., and then by flatboat down the Ohio River to Cincinnati
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World War II scrapbook containing correspondence, programs, clippings, and other papers, relating to Sutton's service as a captain in the U.S. Army Signal Corps; three presidential portrait photos; scrapbook and photo album relating to Illini Club of Chicago, members, meetings, and athletic and social events; citations and clippings relating to Sutton's service on the University of Illinois College of Commerce and Business Administration Advisory Council; and other papers
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Papers (1794-1835) of Stephen Phillips (1764-1838) contain ships' papers, including correspondence, insurance papers, account books, and other records, of and relating to vessels owned or mastered by Phillips; shipping and business papers, consisting of documents pertaining to ships, prices in foreign ports, manufacture of opium and other products in India, shipbuilding, and other subjects; and personal and civic papers, chiefly relating to the building of his house and pew rental at Independent Congregational Church at Barton Square (Unitarian Congregational). Papers (1820-1856) of Stephen Clarendon Phillips (1801-1857) include ships' papers (1820-1849) containing correspondence, account books, protests, and other papers, relating to whaling voyages of ships Elizabeth, Emerald, and Sapphire, and brig Malay, gale damage received by the ship St. Paul, and other subjects; shipping and business papers (1820-1856) including ships' papers, documentation of miscellaneous financial ... Read More