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The collection consists of correspondence by Carlo Tommaso Maillard de Tournon, members of his staff, and associates which documents Tournon's legation to the Sino-Manchu empire (1705-1710). The collection also includes a journal kept by Giovanni Borghese, Tournon's personal physician; later letters (1711-1726) from missionaries in China; and twentieth century printed material concerning Tournon and his mission.
The papers document the professional career and research interests of anthropologist Allen R. Maxwell. The papers include correspondence, manuscripts of published works and drafts of unpublished works, grant applications, fieldnotes, research notes, subject files, photographic slides and audio recordings.
The collection consists of research notes and publicity materials for the book,The Art and Architecture of Paul Rudolph, by Anthony John Monk. The collection also includes photographs and slides of several Rudolph buildings, as well as presentation boards for the Paisley Civic Center project in Scotland by the architectural firm Hutchinson Locke and Monk.
The papers include correspondence; and legal, financial, and personal papers (the bulk of which are in Spanish or English) and relate to Naphegyi's professional association with Santa Anna and to his own financial problems.
The collection includes manuscripts from Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia and Libya. It consists of legal documents concerning such issues as marriage, divorce, property, inheritance, and business dealings of all kinds. In addition, there are manuscripts of poetry, liturgy, mystical texts, folk customs and beliefs, homilies and more. They are in Hebrew, Judeo-Arabic, Judeo-Spanish, Arabic, French, Spanish and Italian and date from the eighteenth to the mid-twentieth century.
The collection consists of reports of meetings of P. D. Ouspensky with his followers in London (1921-1947) and his manuscripts of books and articles in Russian, French, and English. Included are In Search of the Miraculous, New Model of the Universe, and Tertium Organum. Also in the collection are printed copies of Ouspensky's books in various languages, selected articles by others on Ouspensky, and photographs.
A collection of pamphlets from African, South American, Latin American, Asian, European, and North American countries which include material relating to politics, economics, social conditions, agriculture, legal topics, religious activities, history, government operations, education, and other areas. The collection is particularly strong in the area of African materials, with several nations represented.
The papers consist of photocopies of United Nations documents used in the writing of Javier Pérez de Cuéllar's memoirs, Pilgrimage for Peace: A Secretary-General's Memoir. His biography recounts his two terms as United Nations Secretary-General, focusing on those issues and countries with which he had the largest personal involvement.
The papers include sketchbooks of watercolor drawings and captions by David J. Piel depicting military and civilian life during World War II in the South Pacific; and related correspondence, memorabilia, and photographs.
The papers consist of correspondence, writings, photographs, and memorabilia relating to Robert Swanton Platt's travels in Russia and China, and his teaching career with Yale-in-China.