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James T. Babb Correspondence

 Collection
Call Number: GEN MSS 1011
Overview: Incoming correspondence and outgoing typescript carbons, most 1965-1968, with some related writings and speeches by Babb, typescript carbon. Some correspondence concerns Yale University Library, Library acquisitions, donors Paul Mellon and the Beinecke family, and the founding of the Yale Center for British Art. Other correspondence relates to Babb's collecting of William Beckford and William McFee, or to his work in assembling a library for the White House, 1962-1967, including...
Dates: 1962-1968, bulk 1965-1968

Frederick W. Beinecke collector's files

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Call Number: WA MSS S-2760
Overview: The files consist of inventories and a card index for Frederick W. Beinecke's Western Americana collection. The collection documented in this material was donated to the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, chiefly between 1960 and 1971. The inventories (Series I.) document Frederick W. Beinecke's larger donations, including a collection on the Mexican War in 1960, a collection of printed material in 1962, and material donated at the time of his death in 1971. The card index (Series II.)...
Dates: 1950-1971

Harold Wickliffe Rose papers

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Call Number: MS 1239
Overview: The papers consist entirely of materials relating to Rose's book, The Colonial Houses of Worship in America (1963). Included are the manuscript, related correspondence, reviews, and a large amount of research material: notes, letters, and printed and pictorial matter about churches in eighteen states. Among his correspondents are Frederick W. Beinecke, A. Pierce Middleton, Richmond P. Miller and Edmund W. Sinnott.
Dates: 1924-1972

Louis Starr collection concerning the field notes of William Clark

 Collection
Call Number: WA MSS S-2774
Overview: The collection consists of legal records and personal papers that document litigation over William Clark's autograph manuscripts that recorded his impressions (in 1803 and 1804) during a portion of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. The collection is of interest not only for its documentation of the provenance of the Clark manuscripts and litigation concerning their ownership, but also for its relation to the broader legal and historical issues surrounding the distinction between public records...
Dates: 1954-1965