Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence; mss. of writings, including three different typewritten and handwritten drafts of Berezov's novel, Volzhskĭi soloveĭ, texts of short stories and poems, drafts of poems, and miscellaneous notes; diaries (1944-1975); books and clippings about Berezov, books by other authors from his library, and other printed matter; subject file on Alexandra Tolstoy, containing numerous articles about her father, Leo, as well as her work in the U.S.; and poems dedicated by Berezov to A. Tolstoy. Correspondents include Aleksis Rannit, Andreĭ Sedykh (pseudonym of I︠A︡kov T︠S︡vibak), Alexandra Tolstoy, Mark Veĭnbaum, and the editors of the New York newspaper Novoe russkoe slovo
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, writings, research notes, appointment calendars, and press passes, relating to Coleman's career; together with interview describing the circumstances of his resignation from The Village Voice in 1973
Rutgers University Libraries
Receipts and statements of accounts, most with firms in New York City, for services and household purchases
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Constitution, bylaws, certificate of incorporation, minutes, questionnaires, financial statements, correspondence, histories, scrapbooks, book reviews, information pertaining to awards and club projects such as the Old State House and Bushnell Park, newsletters, photos, slides, records of Federated Garden Clubs of Connecticut and Garden Club of America, books, sketches, information relating to flower shows and Arnold Arboretum, Connecticut Arboretum, New York Botanical Garden, Connecticut Horticultural Society, Garden Club of New Haven, and other miscellaneous organizations, and other records
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, legal files, cablegrams, scrapbooks, petitions, press releases, business records, and financial records (in English); together with business records of the Vlasto family (owner of the newspaper) and labor relations records for Greek American Newspaper Workers Union No. 1 (New York, N.Y.) and International Typographical Union Local 817 (New York, N.Y.) (also called New York Hellenic Typographical Union Local 817). Subjects include Greek Orthodox Church of North and South America, Cyprus, Greek domestic politics, immigration legislation, and AHEPA, a fraternal organization
New Bedford Whaling Museum,-- Kendall Institute
Logbook, kept by Bates, relating to a trading voyage to Brazil -- Includes descriptions of accidents and death at sea, collision at sea occuring in port at Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, indigenous people, punishment on ship, shipboard medicine, shipwreck, Captain Bates's religious nature and his earlier imprisonment in Dartmoor, England, ship boarded by Argentine privateers and captain and crew temporarily taken prisoner while ship was searched and plundered. Other places represented include Paraíba, Salvador (Bahia, Brazil), Santa Catarina, Rio Grande, and New York
Historical Society of Washington, D.C.
Two letters (both originals and typed transcripts) written by Kendall in New York City to his son-in-law, Daniel Gold. Topics included New Yorkers, religion, and railroad stocks
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Papers of John Dean (1736-1824), and his son, Thomas Dean (1783-1843), relating to their work as Quaker agents to the Brotherton Indians at Brothertown, N.Y., including correspondence with their Quaker sponsors regarding their work, and correspondence, journals, financial accounts, and field notes of Thomas Dean pertaining to his efforts to find land for the Indians in Indiana and in Wisconsin, where they were eventually moved; family, legal, political, and business papers of Thomas Dean's son, John Dean (1813-1863), lawyer, of Brothertown and New York, N.Y., state legislator (1847-1849), Treasury Dept. clerk in Washington, D.C. (1862-1863), and lawyer working in Washington (1860-1863) on behalf of fugitive slaves, including letters to his family regarding his legal work in New York and Washington, and journals from New York (1851-1852) and Washington (1860-1863); family correspondence of his children, Edward Dean (1843-1923), businessman, of Indianapolis, Ind., and Mary Dean ... Read More
Rutgers University Libraries
Correspondence and other papers (1862-1897), relating to the part played by Pennsylvania military units in battles of the Civil War, including several eyewitness accounts of the Battle of Gettysburg; military papers (1862-1868) of Stephen Farnham, of New York; and deed (1873) of Lucy Peabody to land in Stow, Mass
Jewish Museum of Maryland
Consists primarily of diaries and correspondence belonging to Harry Klawan. Series I contains correspondence, diaries, and other materials sent to or collected by Klawan. Correspondence is between Klawan and various friends and family including his cousin Samuel Schein, his sisters Rebecca and Jennie, artist friend Herman Maril, and other friends and family during Harry's time living in New York from 1923 to 1938. Correspondence is frequently between Harry and girlfriends and contains insights into his relationships. Also includes information about his medical condition, sexual dysfunction, a "vocational analysis," birthday and anniversary cards, telegrams, art reception brochures for I. Rice Pereira, and sketches and photographs by Klawan of various subjects in Baltimore and New York. Klawan's diaries were written during part of his time living in New York City from 1923 to 1930. Also includes a travel journal of Klawan detailing his trip with his sister Rose from New York to ... Read More

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