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The collection consists of black and white photographs, color photographs, contact sheets, negatives, and a photograph album, with related printed material. The photographs document scenes of American long-haul trucking, trucks, and truck drivers.
The collection consists of correspondence, military orders, muster rolls, and family material. Letters from John Geary's wife, Margaret, and brother, Edward, reflect political thinking on the national level. There is material from court martial proceedings, including the charges against Capt. Samuel H. Montgomery.
The collection consists of the official papers of John Geary while governor of Kansas Territory, 1856-57, with some personal papers, 1855-71. The papers document Kansas during the Free State War and the building of the capitol.
The collection contains letterpress copies of letters signed by Wheeler and other officers of the survey, registers of correspondence sent and received, records of meteorological and topographical observations, atlas sheets, and photographs and stereoscope views of parts of the territory covered by the expeditions.
This collection consists chiefly of photographic materials created circa 1850-1978 that depict American Indians, including informal and studio portraits, as well as photographs that show the natural and built environment of the American West. Images of the American West include views of cities and towns, mining and logging operations, railroads, and natural scenery.
Contains typescript carbon versions of plays by Gilbert, as well as two letters from Gilbert regarding production of, and royalties on, his plays.
Manuscript in an unidentified hand.
The volume was used as a scrapbook in the 19th century, and most of the volume (170 f. in all) contains engravings, etc., cut from contemporary magazines and newspapers, and a few original drawings. Among the engravings is one after Bartolozzi, identified on the page opposite as the first attempt at engraving by William Chaughton (b. 1770), aged 17, late a ploughboy, and in 1787 a protege of Sir Joseph Banks, Bart. (1743-1820).
Portfolio of inkjet prints of photographs by Peter Goin that document nuclear test sites in Nevada and the Marshall Islands, as well as a and a radioactive waste repository in Washington, circa 1986-1988, and printed in 2011.
Contains letters from Gosse to various people, including Grant Allen and Clinton Scollard. There is also a menu of a breakfast given for Gosse, signed by the attendees, and a holograph version of Gosse's poem, "Yew-Berries."
Watercolor sketchbooks created and scrapbooks chiefly compiled by Henry Duncan Grant that document his world travel as an officer in the Royal Navy, 1866-1896 and his family until 1900.
Anonymous 17th century MS. Includes speeches, petitions, messages, and committee proceedings. Most printed in Rushworth, v.i., but the versions in this MS are much longer and more complete. Includes the Commons' remonstrance to the King, April 1626. Signature of Thomas Cole on inside cover and his stamp. From the library of Dr Cox Macro and later of Hudson Gurney. The historical MSS Commission reported on this MS in the XII Report, Part IX, p.123, #XIV.
Correspondence, printed ephemera, and clippings regarding Greatheed's play, "The Regent." Also includes poetry by Greatheed and others, such as Robert Merry and William Parsons. There is one letter from Thomas King detailing his comments on the prologue to Greatheed's play.
[Miscellanea historica: Collection of papers of historical interest relating to the reigns of James I and Charles I]
Series I, Letterbook of Lady Mary Hamilton, contains correspondence by and to the author Lady Mary Hamilton, principally with her daughter Betsey Walker Thiébault and her son-in-law Paul Thiébault; her siblings, including Anne Leslie Carnegie, Countess of Northesk, and Alexander Leslie; and with George Robinson Hamilton and Sir Herbert Croft. Series II, Family Papers, contains a detailed biographical memoir of Lady Mary by her grandson, Baron Adolphe Thiébault.
9 bound volumes of music manuscripts mainly by Italian composers; letters written by Lady Hamilton, Horatio Nelson, and Sarah Nelson; 10 reproductions of paintings and engravings of Lady Hamilton; 9 bound volumes of printed music; and Lady Hamilton's music cabinet.