Falmouth Historical Society
Lists of burials in various cemeteries in the town of Falmouth, Mass., including Old Burying Ground and Oak Grove Cemetery (village of Falmouth), East End Burying Ground (East Falmouth), and cemeteries in Davisville, Waquoit, and other villages; compilation (1903) of Rev. Henry Smythe relating to all headstones standing in Old Burying Ground and his working charts for that cemetery and East End Burying Ground; records (ca. 1788-1979) of Village Cemetery and Church of the Messiah churchyard (Woods Hole, Mass.), compiled by Oliver B. Brown; records of Oak Grove Cemetery Association; genealogical data; and notes
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Account books relating to Dudley's general store, sawmill, and limekiln business
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Diaries of George A. Richardson (1910-1924) and his father, George Carr Richardson (1869-1881); correspondence (1904-1968); business receipts and accounts (1911-1921); literature and pamphlets on photography and aviation magazines (1910-1919); research notes on family history; and photos, glass plates, lantern slides, slides, and negatives, from Richardson's travels in eastern Pennsylvania, U.S., and Canada, lectures on history of aviation, canals and frontier forts of Pennsylvania, and U.S. history, time as a student at the University of Pennsylvania, and technical studies of aeronautics and metallurgy
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Architectural study of Slate Roof House, Philadelphia, Pa., temporary residence of William Penn (1700-1701), including historical references, architectural study and plans of the structure, maps, and photos
Indiana State Library
Chiefly business papers (1866-1896) relating to Turley's land and mill, distillery, and limekiln operations in Lawrence County, Ind., including correspondence with business associates in Louisville, Ky., account books, diaries, expense books, receipts, and contracts; together with family correspondence (1864-1934), including Civil War letters (1864-1865) from his brother, Benjamin F. Turley, serving with the Veteran Reserve Corps in Evansville, Ind., and from other soldiers serving in Texas, Alabama, and Louisiana, letters from relatives in Illinois and Kansas (1870s-1890s), and letters (1890s-1934) to his daughters, Lida and Jennie Turley; minute book, treasurer's book, and roll book of Big Springs Grange, Lawrence County (1874-1876); and farm record books (1895-1922)
Eastern Washington State Historical Society
Articles of incorporation, legal agreements, maps, and handbill announcing the testing of water mains
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Correspondence, reports, newspapers, and tape-recorded interview, relating to Pritchett's activities as labor leader and first president of International Woodworkers of America (1936-1940). Includes material relating to the Communist Party and United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America. Persons represented include O.M. Orton and Lee Pressman. Also included is a copy of Union newspaper-IWA Local 180 bulletin, centennial edition, 1971 containing Pritchett's historical account of IWA
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Copies of Brookings Institution papers relating to the 1960-1961 presidential transition
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Materials relating to Kapenstein's government service, career with the Milwaukee Journal, and 1960s politics, particularly Hubert Humphrey's 1968 presidential campaign
Rutgers University Libraries
Daybooks and other accounts of grocers in Metuchen, Middlebush, New Brunswick, Newark, Paterson, and Somerville, N.J. Includes farm accounts (1825-1840) of John S. Budd, of Chatham, N.J., and school copybook (1861) of Anna Reger Gaston. Other persons represented include Henry Barrett Crosby, F. Edgar, John Wortman Gaston, Henry Hauschild, Anna Miller (Dale) Morrison, A.P. Reynolds, and Stephen G. Voorhees