American Museum of Natural History
Travel photographs taken in New York City. Includes scenes from the New York Botanical Gardens, Chinatown, Times Square, and Central Park
American Museum of Natural History
Three photographs of New York City including George Washington Bridge, ice skating rink in Rockefeller Center, and the Empire State Building. Photographs from Universal
University of Georgia - Special Collections Libraries
The collection consists of personal and business papers of William E. Smith from 1851-1896. Includes correspondence, invitations, bills, receipts, and telegrams. Business papers reflect transactions of the law firm of Smith & Warren dealing with debt collection for individual agencies and mercantile businesses in Georgia; New York City; Charleston, South Carolina; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; and Albany, Georgia. Includes correspondence from the Mercantile Agency of Charleston and Comstock & Brother, New York City. Personal correspondence discusses family concerns, land transactions, social life of the period, and bills pertaining to groceries and sewing. Major correspondents include William Ephraim Smith, Jr.; Lou. S. Smith; Mary Smith; Carrie Smith; Samuel W. Smith and Sallie Williams. Collection also contains one letter, unsigned, describing a meeting with President Franklin Pierce
University of Georgia - Special Collections Libraries
The collection consists of papers of Hughes Spalding and the Spalding family of Atlanta, Georgia from 1870-1969. The personal series contains materials relating to Hughes Spalding and the Spalding family; while the business series contains information on the legal practices of the Spalding family and other business interests. The Catholic series contains materials detailing Spalding's activities with the church and allied organizations. The Jack J. Spalding (Spalding's father) series includes correspondence (1933-1938), canceled checks, legal documents, and business papers (1870-1938) pertaining to Jack J. Spalding's legal career and the law firm of King and Spalding in Atlanta, Georgia. The Jack J. Spalding, Jr. (Spalding's brother) series includes correspondence (1943-1951) from Jack Jr. to Hughes Spalding, first from New York City, then Greenville, South Carolina, and typed carbon copies of Hughes' response. The letters primarily discuss family matters and personal interests. The ... Read More
University of Georgia - Special Collections Libraries
The collection consists of one letter, typescript, and biographical information. The letter is a travelogue written by Whipple. It details a trip from Athens, Georgia through Richmond, Virginia and then on to Washington, D.C., New York City and Cambridge, Massachusetts
Athenaeum of Philadelphia
New York illustrated news, 1860 -- Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, 1860, 1889, 1892 -- Leslie's weekly illustrated, 1901 -- The illustrated London news, 1864 -- Harper's weekly, 1877, 1885, 1888-1891, 1901 -- The illustrated American, 1891 -- American machinist, 1880
Newark Public Library
The collection consists of 38 black-and-white and color photographs of a variety of subjects, largely in Newark, N.J. and New York City. The collection focuses on downtown views of both cities as well as views of ethnic festivals held in Newark in the mid 1980s. These city images range from the 1980s through 2007 and are all largely 14 x 17 inches. Also of note are a few portraits including one of New Jersey photographer Helen M. Stummer, for whom the Newark Public Library also owns prints
New Jersey Historical Society
This collection consists largely of the correspondence of the Downer family dating from 1824-1886. The collection also includes a membership card, a small number of photographs, and essays and notes regarding David Robinson Downer and the West Presbyterian Church. Correspondents include: David Robinson Downer (1808-1841), Eliza Sayre Downer (1816-1886), and David Robinson Downer (b. 1839). The correspondence discusses David Robinson Downer's college days at Yale College and seminary life at Auburn College; sympathy letters to Eliza Sayre Downer in her times of illness; letters regarding William Richards Downer (b. 1834) and sympathy letters to David Robinson Downer regarding the death of his mother
New Jersey Historical Society
This collection consists of the family papers of approximately seventeen members of the four related families: the Landaus, the Cairns, the Nichols, and the Osbornes. The materials consist of correspondence, diaries, estate and financial papers, genealogies, photographs, school compositions, and various other miscellany covering the period from 1818 to 1955. Also included are papers relating to Joseph Bloomfield Osborne's Civil War service, and Joseph M. Osborne's warrants from his position as Constable of Essex County
University of Georgia - Special Collections Libraries
The collection consists of a make-up kit, theater programs, glasses, photographs of vaudeville actors (some members of the Smedley family), a script for "The Little Mother" by Katherine Stagg (showing edits and rewrites), a diary from 1910 for Edwin A. Smedley (concerning daily life of a performer in New York City), miscellaneous printed material about the Smedley family, a scrapbook/journal covering 1899-1913 (focusing on a production of "Rebeccca of Sunnybrook Farm" in which Edwin Smedley played the part of Abijah Flagg), several full and partial pages of a journal titled "New York Dec 29, 1910 -- Some Jokes I Have Heard.".

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