Bucks County Historical Society
Manuscript of the book which was partially written during the siege of Charleston, S.C.
Bucks County Historical Society
Minute books (1925-1984); guest book (1970-1979); by-laws of the chapter (1926, 1936, 1961, 1974, 1982) and of the state of Pennsylvania (1963): memership list (1927-1938); history of the chapter (1923-1943); approved applications of post members (1914-1973); yearbooks and supplements (1927-1985 : incomplete); manuscript map of the Battle of Crooked Billet (undated).; 60th anniversary booklet (1985); Pennsylvania bicentennial honor roll applications for the Valley Forge Bell Tower inscription (1974-1976); scrapbooks (1959-1984) of news circulars pertaining to meetings and events; and pamphlets concerning George Washington, Thompson-Neely House, Maj. Thomas Barnsley, Descendants of Archelus Cornett, 1743-1956, and Tamassee's Half Century
Bucks County Historical Society
David N. Fell correspondence as a soldier during the Civil War (1862-1863); inventory of Samuel Williams property, Buckingham Township, Pa. (1818); Thomas B. Twining's school exercise book (1831); Jacob Twining's sketch of Wrightstown Township, Pa. (ca. 1831); Anna Phillips poetry book (1832-1833) while at Martha Hampton's Boarding School and her marriage certificate to Smith Trego (1839)
Historical Society of Delaware
Four letters written by Quakers -- Two letters (1 Sept. 1784; 25 May 1787), written by Hannah Cathrall, of Philadelphia, Pa., to Mary Canby, of Wilmington, Del., expressing Quaker religious sentiments; letter (28 Oct. 1794), written by John James, of Wilmington, Del., to Abraham Gibbons, Lancaster County, Pa.; and letter (18 May 1794), written by Rachel James, Wilmington, Del., to Mary Gibbons, of Lancaster, Pa
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Minute books (2 v., 1876-1906), rule book, charter and other legal papers, history, printed report (1894-1895), and other papers
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Administrative records (1916-1965); convention programs; publications, including Music and Musicians of Pennsylvania (1970); scrapbooks (1923-1963) containing programs, bulletins, clippings, and sheet music; summaries of board meetings; membership lists; sound recordings (2) of NFMC young artists award winners (1963); and files relating to Pennsylvania composers including David Amram, Margaret Garwood, Peter Mennin, Daniel Perlongo, and Conrad Susa
Bucks County Historical Society
Papers relating to the Excelsior Normal Institute, Carversville, Pa., which was later Hillside Home and includes catalogs (1860, 1869-1870), programs (1868, 1872), programs for the Baconian Literary Society (1872) and the Whittier Literary Society (1920), grade reports for Hannah Bradshaw (1864-1872), pamphlets for Hillside Home/Sanitarium (ca. 1874-1881), sale broadsides (1877, 1891), and miscellaneous data and photos of the administrators and the buildings; together with materials relating to agriculture and land use on a local, state, and national focus; correspondence (1973-78); news clippings (1958-1978); pamphlets, reports, and data by the Delaware Valley Planning Association, Bucks County Planning Commission, and others (ca. 1962-1978)
McLean County Museum of History
Correspondence relating to immigration possibilities in Oregon and Isle Royale in Lake Superior (1856); Quaker disownment of Lewis's war service, and his aid with Civil War pension affidavits; diaries (1861-1907), including one from a walking and rafting tour (1855) of central Pennsylvania; and histories of his unit (the 33rd Illinois Volunteer Infantry), and of the Daily Pantagraph, in Bloomington, Ill
York County Heritage Trust/Historical Society of York County
Journal (1875-1892, formerly BR 34) and daybook (1883-1893); stock certificates; will; correspondence; receipts; military discharge; and miscellaneous papers relating to Blaney's service as soldier with 209th Pennsylvania Volunteers during the Civil War
Rutgers University Libraries
Diaries (1911-1918); correspondence and other writings relating to Weyl's work as editor of The New Republic (1914-1916); scrapbooks; and research notes, relating particularly to imperialism, and the World War I era