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- Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History 31
- Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library 15
- Yale Center for British Art, Rare Books and Manuscripts 3
- Medical Historical Library, Cushing/Whitney Medical Library 1
- Yale University 31
- Yale Peabody Museum 28
- Abbott, Lyman, 1835-1922 1
- Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition (1909 Seattle, Wash.) 1
- Alison, Francis, 1705-1779 1
- Amsden, Thomas William 1
- Anthony, Arthur Cox, 1866- 1
- Anthony, Clara James Reed, 1840- 1
- Anthony, Nathan, 1832-1881 1
- Anthony, Nathan, Jr., 1872- 1
- Anthony, Silas Reed, 1863- 1
- Archives, Yale Peabody Museum 1
- Armstrong, S. C. (Samuel Chapman), 1839-1893 1
- Art on the Underground (Program) 1
- Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887 1
- Baker, Marcus, 1849-1903 1
- Ball, M. D. (Mottrom Dulany), 1835-1887 1
- Balugani, Luigi Antonio Melchiorre, 1737-1771 1
- Beecher, Charles Emerson, 1856-1904 1
- Bennett, Wendell Clark 1 ∧ less
Call Number: IPAR.001050
Overview: The archives of Thomas W. Amsden including maps, field notes and photographs. These focus on his 1947 Yale dissertation, "Stratigraphy and paleontology of the Brownsport Silurian of western Tennessee."
Call Number: WA MSS S-2359
Overview: The papers consist primarily of scrapbooks containing newspaper clippings, manuscript notes, and Congressional bills regarding Alaska, but also include correspondence, customs documents, writings, maps, and a few photographs and printed illustrations. They document Ball's work as Customs Collector in Sitka at a time when that office was the chief representative of the U. S. government in Alaska; his term as Alaska's first delegate to Congress, 1882-85, and his campaign for representation and...
Call Number: IPAR.001034
Overview: The archives of Charles Emerson Beecher including illustrations, catalogs, notes and locality information encompassing his career at Yale, and focusing on his work with fossil invertebrates.
Call Number: WA MSS S-2358
Overview: The papers document the life, work, and adventures of Marshall Bond between 1897 and 1935, and also include a few papers of his father, Hiram G. Bond, and his son, Marshall Bond, Jr. Bond's Klondike experience is well documented by his diary from 1897-98, letters to his family, draft chapters of a memoir about his experiences, and photographs. The photographs include one of the dog who inspired Jack London's novel The Call of the Wild; several of the Bond family's California home, on which...
Call Number: GEN MSS 674
Overview: The papers consist chiefly of handwritten copies of maps, survey reports, and other legal documents related to litigation by Martha Bradstreet to gain title to land throughout the Mohawk River Valley in New York State. The land, including portions of Cosby's Manor and Utica, was originally the property of Major General John Bradstreet (1714-1774), the stepfather of her father, Samuel Bradstreet. Survey reports and maps in the collection served as evidence for litigation by Martha Bradstreet...
Dates: circa 1750-1900, bulk 1800-1840
Call Number: IPAR.001158
Overview: The archives of Frederick A. Braun including personal collection notes, his original catalog, and information regarding the contents and sale of his collection to Yale.
Call Number: MSS 83
Overview: The collection comprises British printed transportation ephemera, including maps, guides, and promotional material.
Call Number: MSS 68
Scope and Contents: The archive comprises original manuscript material concerning the travels of James Bruce of Kinnaird in North Africa and Ethiopia, from 1762 to 1774. Bruce (1730-1794) was originally posted as British consul-general at Algiers, though his diplomatic service concluded in 1765. Over the next 10 years, Bruce traveled in North Africa to document the antiquities, flora, and fauna of the region. Bruce then traveled to Ethiopia to document the source of the Nile. The bulk of material concerns Bruce's...
Dates: ca. 1750-ca.1850.
Call Number: GEN MSS 677
Overview: The Thomas Carlyle Collection is a mixed-provenance collection of material by and about Thomas Carlyle. Material includes writings, notes, maps, and correspondence that document Carlyle's research on German history and literature and on Oliver Cromwell, among other topics.
Dates: circa 1750-1951, bulk 1827-1882
Call Number: WA MSS S-2490
Overview: Papers consist of diaries, correspondence, writings, printed works, photographs, maps, and other materials that document William Downie's life, interest, and travels in the Northwest, particularly during the 1850s and 1860s. The papers offer evidence of early exploration and mining operations in British Columbia, particularly in the Quesnel Forks area by the Quesnelle Mining Company. Downie's interest and encounters with indigenous inhabitants are recorded.
Dates: 1858-circa 1906
James Forbes archive: A voyage from England to Bombay with descriptions in Asia, Africa, and South America
Call Number: MSS 66
Scope and Contents: The collection comprises thirteen manuscript volumes, each of which contains numerous illustrations as well as transcriptions of letters originally composed while Forbes was in India, with a particular concentration on the natural history of India. The manuscript was finished in 1800, although most of the drawings are those done at the time of the voyage, circa 1765-1776. Volume 1 includes a presentation page, dated 11 April 1800, in which Forbes gives the set to his daughter, Elizabeth Rosée...
Dates: circa 1765-1800