Miscellaneous Manuscripts Collection 1

Summary Information

Repository
Georgetown University Manuscripts
Title
Miscellaneous Manuscripts Collection 1
ID
GTM.GAMMS345
Date [bulk]
Bulk, 1800-1989
Date [inclusive]
1442-2000
Extent
11.5 Linear feet Total: 18 boxes
Language
English
Rights
All Rights Reserved by Georgetown University Library.

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Georgetown University Library Special Collections Research Center

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Collection-level Scope and Content Note

Miscellaneous Manuscripts Collections consist of letters and documents by and about notable individuals in history, literature, religion, government, and other fields. The items in these collections are gifts and purchases.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

Georgetown University Manuscripts

Revision Description

 Machine readable finding aid derived from GAMMS, electronic finding aid encoded by Georgetown University Library Information Technology Dept. 03/2010

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Collection Inventory

 1541 Miscellaneous Manuscripts 

Series-level Scope and Content Note

Miscellaneous Manuscripts. Arranged alphabetically by individual.

General Note

Series No. in Collection: 1

Box Folder

 96807 [Abolition]. 08/21/1688-08/21/1688   [Abolition]. Autograph Document Signed by Mollford[?]. 2 pages. Dated 8/21/1688. References to Parliament. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

ABOLITION - AUTOGRAPH DOCUMENT ABOUT IT (1688): Other Types

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 96808 Adams, Charles Francis. 09/06/1863-09/06/1863   Adams, Charles Francis. Party Printed Document, Signed by Adams as American Envoy Extraordinaire to Great Britain, 1 page. Dated 9/6/1863. The document is a passport for Marx Goldsmith, an American citizen traveling to Belgium. Gift of Patricia G. England.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

ADAMS, CHARLES FRANCIS - DOCUMENT SIGNED (1863): Other Types

MARX GOLDSMITH - DOCUMENT SIGNED (1863): Other Types

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 96809 Adams, [Samuel] Clifford. 01/01/1920-12/31/2000   Adams, [Samuel] Clifford. Documents and Memoirs. Dated circa 1920-2000. Includes Adams' printed resume, his entry for the International Year Book and Statesmen's Who's Who, a Typed Letter to his family, a Typed Synopsis of his memoirs, and his memoirs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

ADAMS, CLIFFORD - MEMOIRS (1920?-2000?): Other Types

ADAMS, SAMUEL CLIFFORD - MEMOIRS (1920?-2000?): Other Types

ADAMS, CLIFFORD - RESUME (1975?): Printed Item

ADAMS, SAMUEL CLIFFORD - RESUME (1975?): Printed Item

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 96810 [Adams, John Quincy]. 01/01/1790-12/31/1799   [Adams, John Quincy]. Autograph Manuscript diary of his servant Tilley Whitcomb. Dated 1790s.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

ADAMS, JOHN QUINCY - DIARY OF HIS SERVANT WHITCOMB, TILLEY (1790S?): Other Types

WHITCOMB, TILLEY - DIARY (1790S?): Other Types

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 96811 Adams, William T. 04/07/1883-04/07/1883   Adams, William T. Autograph. Dated Boston 4/7/1883. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

ADAMS, WILLIAM T. - AUTOGRAPH (1883): Other Types

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 96812 [Afghanistan]. 01/01/1950-12/31/1952   [Afghanistan]. Photographs of Kabul. Dated 1950-1952. Taken by American Graham R. Lobb, code clerk and administrative assistant in Kabul. Gift of Mr. Lobb.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

AFGHANISTAN - PHOTOGRAPHS (1950-1952): Photograph

LOBB, GRAHAM R. - PHOTOGRAPHS IN AFGHANISTAN (1950-1952): Photograph

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 96813 [African Warrior]. 01/01/1900-12/31/1900   [African Warrior]. Photograph of an African warrior. Circa 1900.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

AFRICAN WARRIOR - PHOTOGRAPH (1900?): Photograph

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 96814 Agassiz, Louis. 12/14/1853-12/14/1853   Agassiz, Louis. Autograph Letter Signed, 1 page. Dated 12/14/1853. From Louis Agassiz to Charles Doryall[?], inquiring about data on fish in a particular location for a natural history of the fishes of the United States.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

AGASSIZ, LOUIS - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1853): Autographed Letter

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 96815 Airy, George B. 06/09/1827-06/09/1827   Airy, George B. Autograph Letter Signed (photocopy) to Rev. James Curley, S.J., 1 page. Dated Royal Observatory, Greenwich 6/9/1827. Regarding observations of the moon. The original of the letter is found in the Georgetown College Observatory Diary.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

AIRY, GEORGE B. - CORRESP. TO CURLEY, JAMES, S.J. (1827): Autographed Letter

CURLEY, JAMES, S.J. - CORRESP. FROM AIRY, GEORGE B. (1827): Autographed Letter

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 96816 [Aldie Mill]. 11/19/1974-11/19/1974   [Aldie Mill]. Typed Manuscript Signed by Ned Douglass, Jr., 9 pages. Dated 11/19/1974. Presenting a history of Aldie Mill in Aldie, Virginia.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

ALDIE MILL - ALDIE, VIRGINIA - HISTORY - TYPED MANUSCRIPT SIGNED, 1974: Other Types

ALDIE - VIRGINIA - HISTORY OF MILL - TYPED MANUSCRIPT SIGNED (1974): Other Types

DOUGLASS, NED, JR. - TYPED MANUSCRIPT: HISTORY OF ALDIE MILL (VA) 1974: Other Types

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 96817 Aldiss, Brian W. 07/18/1985-07/18/1985   Aldiss, Brian W. Typed Letter Signed to Pauline Valentine, 1 page. Dated 7/18/1985. Describing his writing and mentioning the works "Hothouse" and "Brothers of the Head." Reference to J.T. Fraser and Rog Peyton. Sent from Woodlands, Foxcombe Road, Boars Hill, Oxford. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

ALDISS, BRIAN W. - CORRESP. TO VALENTINE, PAULINE (1985): Typed Letter Signed

VALENTINE, PAULINE - CORRESP. FROM ALDISS, BRIAN W. (1985): Typed Letter Signed

"HOTHOUSE" - REFERENCE (1985): Typed Letter Signed

"BROTHERS OF THE HEAD" - REFERENCE (1985): Typed Letter Signed

FRASER, J.T. - REFERENCE (1985): Typed Letter Signed

PEYTON, ROG - REFERENCE (1985): Typed Letter Signed

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 96818 Alison, Archibald (Sir). 02/09/1839-02/09/1839   Alison, Archibald (Sir). Autograph Letter Signed to "My Dear Sir," 2 pages. Dated 2/9/1839. Regarding a petition for him to the House of Commons. Concerning a legal issue connected to sales of his book. Sent from Glasgow.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

ALISON, ARCHIBALD (SIR) - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1839): Autographed Letter

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 96819 Allen, Hervey. 01/10/1927-04/30/1929   Allen, Hervey. Typed Letter Signed (w/ envelope) to Frederick A. Kilmer, 1 page. Dated 1/10/1927. Sending forth Kilmer's membership in the Edgar Allan Poe Shrine [retained is a typed index card noting Kilmer's membership with membership ending 4/1929]. Sent from Poughkeepsie, New York to Oak Harbor, Ohio.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

ALLEN, HERVEY - CORRESP. TO KILMER, FREDERICK A. (1927): Typed Letter Signed

KILMER, FREDERICK A. - CORRESP. FROM ALLEN, HERVEY (1927): Typed Letter Signed

POE, EDGAR ALLEN - SHRINE - MEMBERSHIP CARD (1927-1929): Other Types

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 96820 Amis, Kingsley. 10/17/1985-10/17/1985   Amis, Kingsley. Typed Letter Signed to Pauline Valentine, 1 page. Dated 10/17/1985. Regarding his writing habits. Sent from London. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

AMIS, KINGSLEY - CORRESP. TO VALENTINE, PAULINE (1985): Typed Letter Signed

VALENTINE, PAULINE - CORRESP. FROM AMIS, KINGSLEY (1985): Typed Letter Signed

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 96821 Andrew, John Albion. 01/04/1866-02/12/1866   Andrew, John Albion. Printed Valedictory Address, 42 pages. Dated 1/4/1866. Entitled ""Valedictory Address of His Excellency John A. Andrew to the Two Branches of the Legislature of Massachusetts, January 4, 1866" (Boston: Wright & Potter, 1866). Also, tipped in Autograph Letter Signed from Andrew to Mrs. Walter Baker, dated 2/12/1866, regarding a package.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

ANDREW, JOHN ALBION - ADDRESS (1866): Printed Item

ANDREW, JOHN ALBION - CORRESP. TO BAKER, WALTER (MRS.) (1866): Other Types

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 96822 Angelo, Valenti. 01/01/1975-12/31/1980   Angelo, Valenti. Correspondence dated 1975-1980 from Angelo Valenti to Patricia G. England. Gift of Mrs. England.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

VALENTI, ANGELO - CORRESP. TO ENGLAND, PAT G. (1975-1980): Autographed Letter

ENGLAND, PATRICIA G. - CORRESP. FROM ANGELO, VALENTI (1975-1980): Autographed Letter

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 96823 Winne, Isaac Lascalles. 10/30/1784-10/30/1784   Winne, Isaac Lascalles. Autograph Letter Signed from this prominent Quaker businessman to Richard Adams of Philadelphia, 2 pages. Dated Jamaica 30 October 1784. An important letter explaining the attitudes on the island of Jamaica towards emancipation. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

JAMAICA - ANTI-SLAVERY - CORRESP. (1784): Autographed Letter

ANTI-SLAVERY - JAMAICA - CORRESP. (1784): Autographed Letter

WINNE, ISAAC LASCELLES - CORRESP. TO ADAMS, RICHARD (1784): Autographed Letter

ADAMS, RICHARD - CORRESP. FROM WINNE, ISAAC LASCELLES (1784): Autographed Letter

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 96824 Strickland, George. 06/07/1835-06/07/1835   Strickland, George. Autograph Letter Signed to "Sir," 3 pages. Dated London 6/7/1835. Supporting anti-slavery efforts of Thomas Buxton. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

STRICKLAND, GEORGE (SIR) - CORRESP. (1835): Autographed Letter

BUXTON, THOMAS - REFERENCE (1835): Autographed Letter

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 96825 [Anti-Slavery in England]. 06/07/1833-06/07/1841   [Anti-Slavery in England]. 5 Autograph Letters Signed regarding anti-slavery in England, dated 1833-1841. Correspondents include J.H. Roebuck, Sir George Strickland, and Charles Bullen. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

STRICKLAND, GEORGE (SIR) - CORRESP. (1833-1841): Autographed Letter

ROEBUCK, J.H. - CORRESP. (1833-1841): Autographed Letter

BULLEN, CHARLES - CORRESP. (1833-1841): Autographed Letter

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 96826 Bach, E. William. 01/01/1919-12/31/1919   Bach, E. William. Autograph Letter Signed from John B.Creeden, S.J., President of Georgetown University, to Bach, 2 pages. Providing a letter of introduction from the Apostolic Legation (retained, dated 7/17/1919). Reference to race riots in Washington, D.C. Also, Typed Letter Signed dated 11/7/1919, a copy for Bach, notifying Guillermo Pena that a certificate had been transferred to Bach.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

BACH, E. WILLIAM - DOCUMENTS ABOUT HIM (1919): Other Types

CREEDEN, JOHN B., S.J. - CORRESP. TO BACH, WILLIAM E. (1919): Autographed Letter

BACH, E. WILLIAM - CORRESP. FROM CREEDEN, JOHN B., S.J. (1919): Autographed Letter

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 96827 Bacon, Virginia Murray. 01/01/1912-12/31/1912   Bacon, Virginian Murray. Diary. Dated 1912. Gift of the estate of Mrs. Bacon.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

BACON, VIRGINIA MURRAY - DIARY (1912): Other Types

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 96828 Baer, David A. 02/08/1928-12/30/1929   [Baer, David A.]. Typed Letter Signed, 1 page. Dated 2/8/1928. To David A. Baer from Boni & Liveright Publishers. Stating that the first edition of "An American Tragedy" lacks information on its copyright page. Also, Typed Letter Signed dated 12/30/1929 from "The Bookseller and Collector" to Baer, informing him that there are no outstanding points about the "Country House." And, 1 undated Photograph of Baer. Gift of Mrs. Ruth Baer.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

BAER, DAVID A. - PHOTOGRAPH (1928-1929): Photograph

BAER, DAVID A. - CORRESP. TO HIM (1928-1929): Typed Letter Signed

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 96829 Bangs, John Kendrick. 11/06/1900-11/06/1900   Bangs, John Kendrick. Autograph Letter Signed to "My Dear Lord," 1 page. Dated 11/6/1900. Agreeing to make remarks at the Lotus Club Dinner. Sent from Yonkers, New York. Laid in Bangs' Mr. Bonaparte of Corsica NY 1893 1st ed, copy inscribed by Bangs to Dewitt Miller, noted book collector.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

BANGS, JOHN KENDRICK - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1900): Autographed Letter

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 96830 Barnett, George. 01/01/1920-12/31/1920   Barnett, George. Typed Manuscript: "Affairs in the Haitian and Dominican Republics," 109 pages. Circa 1920. Gift of Col. Robert D. Heinl, Jr.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

BARNETT, GEORGE - TYPED MANUSCRIPT RE: HAITI & DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 1920: Other Types

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 96831 Bartlett, Robert L. 01/01/1908-12/31/1909   Bartlett, Robert L. Scrapbook. Dated 1908-1909. Showing photographs of Ancon Hospital staff and grounds in Panama. Bartlett was a medical doctor.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

BARTLETT, ROBERT L. - SCRAPBOOK - PANAMA (1908-1909): Photograph

PANAMA - ANCON - SCRAPBOOK OF BARTLETT, ROBERT L. (1908-1909): Photograph

ANCON - PANAMA - SCRAPBOOK/PHOTOGRAPHS (1908-1909): Manuscript

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 96832 Bates, George W. 01/01/1837-12/31/1844   Bates, George W. Record Book. Circa 1837-1844. References to Chambersburg, Pennsylvania.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

BATES, GEORGE W. - RECORD BOOK (1837?-1844?): Other Types

CHAMBERSBURG - PENNSYLVANIA - RECORDBOOK OF BATES,GEORGE W.1837?-1844?: Manuscript

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 96833 Beach, Rex. 01/01/1877-12/31/1949   Beach, Rex (1877-1949). Clipped signature. Undated. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

BEACH, REX - SIGNATURE (UNDATED): Other Types

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 96834 Beckx, Peter, S.J. 04/14/1837-04/14/1837   1 Autograph Letter Signed (in German) dated 4/14/1837 from Peter Beckx, S.J.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

BECKX, PETER, S.J. - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1837): Autographed Letter

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 96835 Begon, Michael. 01/01/1693-12/31/1693   Begon, Michael. Autograph Manuscript (in French) from the papers of Michael Begon, 8 pages. After 1693. First begins, : "La conduite des princes dans les Indes ..." Regarding India and China. Seemingly written by a Jesuit in Goa.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

BEGON, MICHAEL - MANUSCRIPT RE: INDIA AND CHINA (C.1693): Other Types

INDIA - MANUSCRIPT REGARDING (C.1693): Manuscript

CHINA - MANUSCRIPT REGARDING (C.1693): Manuscript

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 96836 Bellegarde, Dantes. 01/24/1933-01/24/1933   Bellegarde, Dantes. Autograph Letter Signed (in French) to an unknown correspondent, 1 page. Dated 1/24/1933. Written on Legation d'Haiti, Washington, D.C. stationery. Requesting the correspondent to telephone him upon arrival in Washington, D.C. Bellegarde was a noted Haitian writer. Gift of Col. Robert D. Heinl, Jr.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

BELLEGARDE, DANTES - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1933): Autographed Letter

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 96837 Belloc, Hilaire. 03/16/1897-03/16/1897   Belloc, Hilaire. Autograph Letter Signed to "Dear Madam," 3 pages. Dated 3/16/1897. Providing the correspondent with the name of a translator (Toyer) and a publisher (Swann Sonnenstem), criticizing Emily Dickinson, and lamenting the fact that few Englishmen write well in French. Sent on University Club stationery.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

BELLOC, HILAIRE - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1897): Autographed Letter

DICKINSON, EMILY - REFERENCE (1897): Autographed Letter

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 96838 Belloc, Hilaire. 05/27/1907-01/04/1918   Belloc, Hilaire. 3 Typed Letters to Archibald Marshall. First letter (2 pages): unsigned, dated Reform Club 5/27/1907, regarding questions about one of his works and stating the virtues of clay. Second letter (3 pages): signed, dated 4/2/1914, regarding how to obtain a good book on local history, travel on continental Europe, food and drink in European travels; reference to a recent bereavement. Third letter (2 pages): unsigned, dated 1/4/1918, regarding when Marshall's novel will come out and making reference to Maurice Baring.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

BELLOC, HILAIRE - CORRESP. TO MARSHALL, ARCHIBALD (1907-1918): Typed Letter Signed

MARSHALL, ARCHIBALD - CORRESP. FROM BELLOC, HILAIRE (1907-1918): Typed Letter Signed

BARING, MAURICE - REFERENCE (1918): Other Types

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 96839 Belloc, Hilaire. 01/01/1924-12/31/1924   Belloc, Hilaire. Typed Manuscript (xerox copy) to Lady Diana Cooper, 7 pages. Entitled "Six Sonnets. Addressed to Lady Diana Cooper and to be given to her by Mrs. Raymond Asquith ... from the curious hand of her well-wisher, h.b." Also, Autograph Letter Signed (xerox copy), 2 pages, postmarked 12/3/197?, from Lady Diana Cooper to Joseph E. Jeffs, referencing Belloc and inquiring whether Jeffs had read her books.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

BELLOC, HILAIRE - TYPED MANUSCRIPT (1924): Other Types

COOPER, DIANA (LADY) - TYPED MANUSCRIPT TO HER (1924): Other Types

COOPER, DIANA (LADY) - CORRESP. TO JEFFS, JOSEPH E. (1970S): Autographed Letter

JEFFS, JOSEPH E. - CORRESP. FROM COOPER, DIANA (LADY) (1970S): Autographed Letter

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 96840 Belloc, Hilaire. 03/15/1937-03/16/1937   Belloc, Hilaire. Typed Letter Signed to Rev. Arthur A. O'Leary, S.J., President of Georgetown University, 1 page. Dated 3/16/1937. Thanking him for the opportunity to become a member of the Academy of Letters. Sent from the University Club in New York City. Also, Typed Letter, 1 page, dated March 15, 1937, from O'Leary to Belloc, inviting him to become a member of the James Ryder Randall Academy of Letters.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

BELLOC, HILAIRE - CORRESP. TO O'LEARY, ARTHUR A., S.J. (1937): Typed Letter Signed

O'LEARY, ARTHUR A., S.J. - CORRESP. FROM BELLOC, HILAIRE (1937): Typed Letter Signed

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 96841 Belloc, Hilaire. 01/01/1923-12/31/1923   Belloc, Hilaire. Autograph Manuscript. Consisting of poems written by Belloc in front and back of his published book "Sonnets and Verse," (London: Duckworth, 1923).

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

BELLOC, HILAIRE - MANUSCRIPT POEMS (1923): Manuscript

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 96842 Belloc, Hilaire. 10/14/1917-10/14/1917   Belloc, Hilaire. Typed Letter Signed to "My dear Orage," 3 pages. Dated 10/14/1917. Dedicating an essay to A.R. Orage, complimenting the "New Age" paper and the "New Witness" paper, referencing G.K. Chesterton, and discussing the prospects of the "Free Press."

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

BELLOC, HILAIRE - TYPED LETTER SIGNED (1917): Other Types

"NEW AGE" - PAPER - REFERENCE (1917): Typed Letter Signed

"NEW WITNESS" - PAPER - REFERENCE (1917): Typed Letter Signed

CHESTERTON, G.K. - REFERENCE (1917): Typed Letter Signed

"FREE PRESS" - REFERENCE (1917): Typed Letter Signed

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 96843 Belloc, Hilaire. 11/10/1938-11/10/1938   Belloc, Hilaire. Autograph Letter Signed (w/ envelope), to Mrs. Kermit Roosevelt, 1 page. Dated 11/10/1938. Regarding Belloc's poem "The Fire."

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

BELLOC, HILAIRE - CORRESP. TO ROOSEVELT, KERMIT (MRS.) (1938): Autographed Letter

ROOSEVELT, KERMIT (MRS.) - CORRESP. FROM BELLOC, HILAIRE (1938): Autographed Letter

"FIRE, THE" - POEM BY BELLOC, HILAIRE - REFERENCE (1938): Typed Letter Signed

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 96844 Benedict XIV (Pope). 01/01/1747-12/31/1747   Benedict XIV (Pope). Autograph Manuscript, 2 pages. Dated 1747. This document is a Papal dispensation by Pope Benedict XIV for a priest in Mexico.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

BENEDICT XIV (POPE) - PAPAL DISPENSATION (1747): Other Types

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 96845 Benedict XIV (Pope). 01/01/1747-12/31/1747   Benedict XIV (Pope). Papal dispensation for a priest in Mexico, 2 pages. Dated 1747.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

BENEDICT XIV (POPE) - PAPAL DISPENSATION (1747): Other Types

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 96846 Benedict XIV (Pope). 02/17/1756-02/17/1756   Benedict XIV (Pope). Papal Bull. Dated 2/17/1756.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

BENEDICT XIV (POPE) - PAPAL BULL (1756): Other Types

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 96847 [Benedict XIV (Pope)]. 09/16/1850-09/16/1850   [Benedict XIV]. Autograph Letter Signed (in French) from Fr. L'Homme to "Mon Reverend Pere," 2 pages. Dated Baltimore 9/16/1850. Regarding the Papal Bull of Pope Benedict XIV in Box 2 Folder 17 of this collection.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

BENEDICT XIV (POPE) - REFERENCE (1850): Autographed Letter

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 96848 Benet, Stephen Vincent. 06/29/1934-06/29/1934   Benet, Stephen Vincent. Typed Letter Signed to "Dear Sir," 1 page. Dated 6/29/1934. The letter is tipped into the book "A Portrait and a Poem" by Benet's uncle Laurence Benet (Paris, 1934). The letter presents a copy of the book to Georgetown University. Gift of Stephen Vincent Benet. The book is about Benet's grandfather, Brigadier-General Stephen Vincent Benet, who received an honorary degree from Georgetown University.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

BENET, STEPHEN VINCENT - TYPED LETTER SIGNED (1934): Typed Letter Signed

"PORTRAIT AND A POEM" - BOOK BY BENET, LAURENCE (1934): Printed Item

BENET, STEPHEN VINCENT - BRIGADIER GENERAL - BOOK ABOUT HIM (1934): Printed Item

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 96849 Benson, Robert Hugh. 09/26/1914-09/26/1914   Benson, Robert Hugh. Autograph Letter Signed (2 copies) to "My dear Norman," 1 page. Dated 9/26/1914. Wishing success to the appeal of Rene Dazwi.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

BENSON, ROBERT HUGH - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1914): Autographed Letter

DAZWI, RENE - REFERENCE (1914): Autographed Letter

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 96850 Blakslee, George. 01/01/1950-12/31/1950   Blakslee, George. Typed Diary: "Reliving a Memory: An Arabian Diary of 1950."

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

BLAKSLEE, GEORGE - DIARY (1950): Other Types

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 96851 Bopp, Raul. 01/01/1900-12/31/1990   Bopp, Raul. Typescript (in Portuguese) of a poem, 2 pages. Undated.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

BOPP, RAUL - LATER TYPESCRIPT (UNDATED): Other Types

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 96852 Bossuet, Jacques Benigne. 01/01/1627-12/31/1704   Bossuet, Jacques Benigne Autograph Document (in French), 1 page. Written at Versailles as Bishop of Meux. Undated. Also, 1 small engraving of Bossuet, engraved by R. Woodman from the original picture by H. Rigaud in the Collection of the Institute of France, published by Charles Knight (London).

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

BOSSUET, JACQUES BENIGNE - AUTOGRAPH DOCUMENT SIGNED (UNDATED): Other Types

BOSSUET, JACQUES BENIGNE - ENGRAVING OF HIM (UNDATED): Graphic Image

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 96853 Bouhours, Dominique. 01/01/1700-12/31/1700   Bouhours, Dominique. Autograph Letter Signed (in French), 1 page. Circa 1700. Regarding his book "Pensees Ingenieuses de Peres de l'Eglise."

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

BOUHOURS, DOMINIQUE - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1700?): Autographed Letter

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 96854 Boutwell, George S. 01/01/1869-12/31/1873   Boutwell, George S. Document Signed by Boutwell as U.S. Treasury Secretary, a post he held from 1869 to 1873. Expressing pleasure at taking action. On Treasury Department stationery.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

BOUTWELL, GEORGE S. - DOCUMENT SIGNED (1869?-1873?): Other Types

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 96855 Brent, John C. 01/01/1833-12/31/1834   Brent, John C. Autograph Manuscript: "Lyrics and Fugitive Poems Written During the Years 1833 & 1834," 103 leaves. In green stationer's album. Consisting of a substantial collection of poems.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

BRENT, JOHN C. - AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT POEMS (1833-1834): Other Types

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 96856 Brookner, Anita. 01/01/1940-12/31/2000   Brookner, Anita. Autograph Letter Signed to an unidentified correspondent, 1 page. Expressing warm wishes. Sent from London. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

BROOKNER, ANITA - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (UNDATED): Autographed Letter

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 96857 Brooks, Van Wyck. 06/19/1938-06/19/1938   Brooks, Van Wyck. Autograph Letter Signed (with envelope) to Robert D. Heinl, Jr., 1 page. Dated 6/19/1938. Expressing happiness that Heinl enjoyed the book by Brooks, possibly "Earth Memories" or "The Flowering of New England, 1815-1865." Sent from Westport, Connecticut. Gift of Colonel Robert D. Heinl, Jr.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

BROOKS, VAN WYCK - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED TO HEINL, ROBERT D. JR.1938: Autographed Letter

HEINL, ROBERT D., JR. - CORRESP. FROM BROOKS, VAN WYCK (1938): Autographed Letter

3 10

 96858 Brophy, Brigid. 07/14/1983-07/14/1983   Brophy, Brigid. Autograph Letter Signed to Miss Godward, 1 page. Dated 7/14/1983. Expressing pleasure that she liked "Hackenfeller's Ape" and recalling memories of writing that book. Sent from London. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

BROPHY, BRIGID - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1983): Autographed Letter

"HACKENFELLER'S APE" - REFERENCE (1983): Autographed Letter

3 11

 96859 Browning, Robert. 01/01/1880-12/31/1889   Browning, Robert. Photograph. Late in his life.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

BROWNING, ROBERT - PHOTOGRAPH (LATE 1800S): Photograph

3 12

 96860 Buckalew, Charles Rollin. 07/01/1864-07/31/1864   Buckalew, Charles Rollins. Autograph Letter Signed to Edward McPherson (1830-1895), 1 page. Dated 7/21/1864. Sending him corrected copies of an address entitled "Congressional Address" [retained].

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

BUCKALEW, CHARLES ROLLIN - CORRESP. TO MCPHERSON, EDWARD (1864): Autographed Letter

MCPHERSON, EDWARD - CORRESP. FROM BUCKALEW, CHARLES ROLLIN (1864): Autographed Letter

BUCKALEW, CHARLES ROLLIN - PRINTED SPEECH (1864): Printed Item

3 13

 96861 Buckmaster, Stanley Owen. 09/22/1934-09/22/1934   Buckminster, Stanley Owen. 1st Baron of Cheddington. Autograph Letter Signed to "Dear Sir," 1 page. Dated 9/22/1934. Returning a signed photograph [not retained] and thanking him for praising his speech at Detroit.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

BUCKMASTER, STANLEY OWEN - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1934): Autographed Letter

3 14

 96862 Bullen, Arthur Henry. 07/06/1887-07/06/1887   Bullen, Arthur Henry. Autograph Letter Signed to A.C. Swinburne, 4 pages. Dated 7/6/1887. Thanking him for a volume of poems. Praising Swinburne's famous book "Atalanta in Calydon." Other references to "Chastelard," John Knox, Barry Cornwall, and various verses.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

BULLEN, ARTHUR HENRY - CORRESP. TO SWINBURNE, A.C. (1887): Autographed Letter

SWINBURNE, A.C. - CORRESP. FROM BULLEN, ARTHUR HENRY (1887): Autographed Letter

"ATALANTA IN CALYDON" - REFERENCE (1887): Autographed Letter

"CHASTELARD" - REFERENCE (1887): Autographed Letter

KNOX, JOHN - REFERENCE (1887): Autographed Letter

CORNWALL, BARRY - REFERENCE (1887): Autographed Letter

3 15

 96863 Bulwer, Edward Lytton. 01/01/1803-12/31/1873   Bulwer, Edward Lytton. Autograph Document Signed, 2 pages. Part of the document around the text has been cut away. It appears that Bulwer's signature is retained.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

BULWER-LYTTON, EDWARD - DOCUMENT (1803-1873): Other Types

3 16

 96864 Bunau-Varilla, Philip. 03/11/1906-07/21/1919   Bunau-Varilla, Philip. Correspondence. Dated 1906-1919. First item: Autograph Letter Signed dated 3/11/1906 from Bunau-Varilla to U.S. Secretary of State Elihu Root, sending along a pamphlet [not retained], making reference to Consul Esterhazy, referring to the Panama Canal and the Hay-Herran treaty; sent from Waldorf Astoria in New York. Second item: an inscription (reproduction) from Bunau-Varilla to William Roscoe Thayer, presenting the book "Panama" [by Bunau-Varilla] to Thayer. Third item: Autograph Letter Signed dated 7/11/1919 from W.S. Thayer to William Roscoe Thayer, introducing Bunau-Varilla. Fourth item: Autograph letter Signed dated 7/19/1919 from Bunau-Varilla to William Roscoe Thayer, making reference to Theodore Roosevelt considering the Panama Canal his finest achievement; sent from Paris.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

BUNAU-VARILLA, PHILIP - CORRESP. (1906-1919): Autographed Letter

ROOT, ELIHU - CORRESP. FROM BUNAU-VARILLA, PHILIP (1906): Autographed Letter

BUNAU-VARILLA, PHILIP - CORRESP. TO ROOT, ELIHU (1906): Autographed Letter

ESTERHAZY, CONSUL - REFERENCE (1906): Autographed Letter

PANAMA CANAL - REFERENCE (1906): Autographed Letter

HAY-HERRAN TREATY - REFERENCE (1906): Autographed Letter

THAYER, WILLIAM ROSCOE - INSCRIPTION FROM BUNAU-VARILLA, PHILIP, 1913?: Other Types

BUNAU-VARILLA, PHILIP - INSCRIPTION TO THAYER, WILLIAM ROSCOE (1913?): Other Types

THAYER, W.S. - CORRESP. TO THAYER, WILLIAM ROSCOE (1919): Autographed Letter

THAYER, WILLIAM ROSCOE - CORRESP. FROM THAYER, W.S. (1919): Autographed Letter

BUNAU-VARILLA, PHILIP - CORRESP. TO THAYER, WILLIAM ROSCOE (1919): Autographed Letter

THAYER, WILLIAM ROSCOE - CORRESP. FROM BUNAU-VARILLA, PHILIP (1919): Autographed Letter

ROOSEVELT, THEODORE - REFERENCE RE: PANAMA CANAL (1919): Autographed Letter

3 17

 96865 Burleith Material. 01/01/1920-07/21/1970   Material regarding Burleith area of Washington, D.C., 1920s-1970s. Includes Typed Manuscript (photocopy): "Charles Weaver of White Haven;" Typed Manuscript (photocopy): "White Haven;" Printed Item (photocopy): "Abstract of Title: To Part of a Tract Called 'Alliance,' known as 'Burleith,' situated west of Georgetown, in the District of Columbia;" and Printed Materials from the Burleith Citizens Association, including "A Short History of Burleith." Donated by Col. Curtis.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

BURLEITH - WASHINGTON, D.C. - PRINTED MATERIALS ABOUT IT (1920S-1970S): Printed Item

3 18

 96866 Burne-Jones, Edward. 01/01/1833-07/21/1898   Burne-Jones, Edward. Autograph Letter Signed to "dear Luke," 2 pages. Undated. Informing him that he sent a note to him last night. Resting assured that Luke had a good reason for not showing up. Stating that he will return on Tuesday. Sent from Brighton.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

BURNE-JONES, EDWARD - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1833-1898): Autographed Letter

3 19

 96867 Burne-Jones, Edward. 01/01/1833-07/21/1898   Burne-Jones, Edward. Autograph Letter Signed to Frederic James Shields, 3 pages. Undated. Explaining how an accident occurred with a check he gave to Burne-Jones.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

BURNE-JONES, EDWARD - CORRESP. TO SHIELDS, FREDERIC JAMES (UNDATED): Autographed Letter

SHIELDS, FREDERIC JAMES - CORRESP. FROM BURNE-JONES, EDWARD (UNDATED): Autographed Letter

3 20

 96868 Burt, Struthers. 04/27/1945-04/27/1945   Burt, Struthers. Autograph Letter Signed to M.A. DeWolfe Howe, 2 pages. Dated 4/27/1945. Reporting that he returned for a trip to New York and Philadelphia. Thanking him for a review of "Holy Experiment" in the Saturday Review of Literature. References to Burt's neice Jean Riley and Mrs. Richard Croft. Sent from Southern Pines, North Carolina to Boston.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

BURT, STRUTHERS - CORRESP. TO HOWE, M.A. DEWOLFE (1945): Autographed Letter

HOWE, M.A. DEWOLFE - CORRESP. FROM BURT, STRUTHERS (1945): Autographed Letter

RILEY, JEAN - REFERENCE (1945): Autographed Letter

CROFT, RICHARD, MRS. - REFERENCE (1945): Autographed Letter

3 21

 96869 Burt, Struthers. 01/01/1945-12/31/1945   Burt, Struthers. Typed Letter Signed to Lester Roberts, 2 pages. Dated 3/21/1945. Regarding the publication of "The Branding Iron." References to his wife's books "Penelope Intrudes" and "The Lely and The Lady." Mentions "The Mullah of Miasma" by Burt with music by Kenneth Clark. Reference to the publication of Burt's first book "In the High Hills." Informs that his book "Philadelphia: Holy Experiment" is due out the day after tomorrow. Sent from Southern Pines, North Carolina to San Francisco. Also, 1 Photograph of Burt. Gift of John C. Hirsh, 1984.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

BURT, STRUTHERS - CORRESP. TO ROBERTS, LESTER (1945): Typed Letter Signed

ROBERTS, LESTER - CORRESP. FROM BURT, STRUTHERS (1945): Typed Letter Signed

BURT, STRUTHERS - PHOTOGRAPH (1945?): Photograph

CLARK, KENNETH - REFERENCE (1945): Typed Letter Signed

3 22

 96870 Butler, Samuel. 11/20/1893-11/20/1893   Butler, Samuel. Autograph Letter Signed to "Dear Mr. Borrill," 2 pages. Dated 11/20/1893. Making arrangements to call for some books. Mentioning that he is trying to find a literary agent. Sent from London.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

BUTLER, SAMUEL - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1893): Autographed Letter

3 23

 96871 Bynner, Witter. 01/01/1957-12/31/1960   Bynner, Witter. Published Poem in Journal "Poetry," dated 1/1957. Poem entitled, "Inscriptions on Chinese Paintings." Also by Bynner: a published review of "Poems by Wang Wei" entitled "At the Foot of This Mountain" appearing in the Journal "Poetry," dated 8/1960.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

BYNNER, WITTER - POEM: "INSCRIPTIONS ON CHINESE PAINTINGS" (1957): Printed Item

BYNNER, WITTER - REVIEW (1960) OF "POEMS BY WANG WEI": Printed Item

3 24

 96872 Caldwell, John Kenneth. 01/01/1976-12/31/1976   Caldwell, John Kenneth. Typed Document: Memoirs (xerox copy). dated 2/1973.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

CALDWELL, JOHN KENNETH - MEMOIRS (1973): Other Types

3 25

 96876 Calvert, Benedict Leonard. 01/01/1730-12/31/1747   Calvert, Benedict Leonard. Document Signed, 1 page. Dated 1730. Regarding John Baptist Boarman. Also, 2 Document fragments, 1 regarding John George Baptist Johnston, schoolmaster in St. Mary's City, Maryland, 1747.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

CALVERT, BENEDICT LEONARD - DOCUMENT SIGNED (1730): Other Types

JOHNSTON, JOHN GEORGE BAPTIST - DOCUMENT (1747): Other Types

BOARMAN, JOHN BAPTIST - DOCUMENT REGARDING (1730): Other Types

4 1

 96877 [Canada]. 01/01/1920-12/31/1920   [Canada]. Autograph Letter Signed from Edward M. Courbis to "Revd Dear Father," 1 page. Undated. Describing the condition of the orphans of the Saskatchewan area. Written on stationery of St. Patrick's Orphanage, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canada. Also, 1 ledger: "Beati qui in Societate Jesu moriuntur: Vita functi Sodales qui in Canada laboraverunt," circa 1920.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

SASKATCHEWAN - AUTOGRAPH LETTER FROM (UNDATED): Other Types

4 2

 96878 Carlyle, Thomas. 01/01/1871-12/31/1871   Undated image of Charlotte Williams Wynn. Also, a Typed Note about Wynn's book "Extracts from Letters and Diaries. Privately Printed (London, 1871). The note reveals that the book was from the library of Thomas Carlyle.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

WYNN, CHARLOTTE WILLIAMS - IMAGE (1871?): Photograph

CARLYLE, THOMAS - NOTE REGARDING A BOOK FROM HIS LIBRARY (1871): Other Types

4 3

 96879 [Carribean]. 01/01/1806-12/31/1816   [Carribean]. Copybook of highly detailed letters that New Yorker Thomas Smith wrote to his sister Mary Smith Miller (Mrs. Edward G. Miller) of New York, December 22, 1806 to November 16, 1816, from St. Pierre, Aux Cayes, and Port au Prince, Haiti, recording his life and work there as an import-export merchant.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

HAITI - COPYBOOK (1806-1816): Other Types

SMITH, THOMAS - COPYBOOK (1806-1816): Other Types

MILLER, MARY SMITH - COPYBOOK (1806-1816): Other Types

4 4

 96873 Carroll, Charles, of Annapolis. 01/01/1774-12/31/1774   Carroll, Charles of Annapolis. Autograph Document: "The Petition of the American Congress to the King," 11 pages. Dated 10/1774.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

CARROLL, CHARLES - OF ANNAPOLIS - PETITION TO KING (1774): Other Types

4 5

 96874 Carroll, Charles, of Annapolis. 01/01/1751-12/31/1756   Carroll, Charles of Annapolis. Autograph Manuscript: "List of Papers Sent to England in Defense of the Roman Catholics of Maryland," 12 pages. Dated 1751-1756.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

CARROLL, CHARLES - OF ANNAPOLIS - DOCUMENT RE: CATHOLICS IN MD 1751-56: Other Types

CATHOLICS - MARYLAND - DOCUMENT IN DEFENSE OF (1751-1756): Other Types

4 6

 96875 Carroll, Charles, of Carrollton. 01/01/1783-12/31/1783   Charles Carroll of Carrollton. Autograph Manuscript: "A Reply to the counter protest of the Honorable Thomas Stone Esquire," 3 drafts. Dated 1783?.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

CARROLL, CHARLES - OF CARROLLTON - MANUSCRIPT (1783?): Other Types

STONE, THOMAS - MANUSCRIPT ADDRESSED TO HIM (1783?): Other Types

4 7

 96880 Carroll, Charles, of Carrollton. 03/01/1816-03/01/1816   Carroll, Charles, of Carrollton. Autograph Letter Signed to Charles H.W. Wharton, 2 pages. Dated 3/1/1816. Regarding an order of Charles Courts Jones. Mentioning a pamphlet by Wharton's uncle. Reference to Protestant views of the Bible. Sent from Baltimore to Rockville, Maryland.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

CARROLL, CHARLES - OF CARROLLTON - CORRESP. TO WHARTON,CHARLES HW 1816: Autographed Letter

WHARTON, CHARLES H.W. - CORRESP. FROM CARROLL,CHARLES(CARROLLTON) 1816: Autographed Letter

4 8

 96881 Carroll, Charles, of Carrollton. 01/01/1800-12/31/1800   Carroll, Charles, of Carrollton. Autograph Manuscript (fragment), 1 page. Undated. Listing the name of Charles Carroll of Carrollton.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

CARROLL, CHARLES - OF CARROLLTON - MANUSCRIPT FRAGMENT (UNDATED): Other Types

4 9

 96882 Carroll, Charles, of Carrollton. 04/29/1768-04/29/1768   Carroll, Charles, of Carrollton. Letter (probably not in his hand or his signature), 2 pages. Dated 4/29/1768. Discussing the accounts of the Carroll's iron manufacturing furnaces. Also, a printed bill: "An Act to encourage the Importation of Pig and Bar Iron from His Majesty's Colonies in America...."

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

CARROLL, CHARLES - OF CARROLLTON - AUTOGRAPH LETTER (1768): Autographed Letter

IRON MANUFACTURES - UNITED STATES - REFERENCE (1762): Other Types

4 10

 96883 Carroll, Charles, of Carrollton. 02/24/1825-02/24/1825   Carroll, Charles, of Carrollton. Autograph Letter Signed to "Dear Sir," 1 page. Dated 2/24/1825. Regarding a legislative resolution. Sent from Baltimore. Gift of John H. Forsgren.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

CARROLL, CHARLES - OF CARROLLTON - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1825): Autographed Letter

4 11

 96884 Carroll, Charles, of Carrollton. 01/01/1830-12/31/1937   Carroll, Charles, of Carrollton. Autograph Manuscript. Undated. In unknown hand. Regarding division of estate of Charles Carroll of Carrollton. Also, printed materials regarding Carroll: image of his portrait, "Washington to his Catholic Fellow-Citizens, Charles Carroll, the Catholic 'Signer,' The First American Flag, The Catholic Mind, The America Press, vol. 22, no. 12, 6/22/1924;" and "America's Greatest Catholic Layman: Charles Carroll of Carrollton, 1737-1937, Sermon delivered by Monsignor Guilday, Doughorean Manor, September 19, 1937."

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

CARROLL, CHARLES - OF CARROLLTON - DOCUMENT RE: ESTATE (1830S?): Other Types

CARROLL, CHARLES - OF CARROLLTON - PRINTED MATERIALS ABOUT HIM 1922-37: Printed Item

4 12

 96885 Carroll, Daniel. 03/13/1785-03/13/1785   Carroll, Daniel. Autograph Letter Signed (photostat) to "Dear Sir," 2 pages. Dated 3/13/1785. Regarding a potential meeting among all the states to adjust the general commercial system. A typed transcript of the letter is also included.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

CARROLL, DANIEL - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (PHOTOSTAT) (1785): Autographed Letter

4 13

 96886 Caslas, Pablo. 05/17/1968-06/30/1968   Caslas, Pablo. Typed Letter Signed to Joan Leonard Caryl, 1 page. Dated 5/17/1968. Thanking her for offering to give him a statue. Sent from Santurce, Puerto Rico. Also, Typed Letter Signed from Caslas to Caryl dated 6/30/1968, acknowledging receipt of a statue. And, 3 related photographs. Gift of Rev. Royden B. Davis, S.J. per Claire Carey, 1999.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

CASLAS, PABLO - CORRESP. TO CARRYL, JOAN LEONARD (1968): Typed Letter Signed

CARRYL, JOAN LEONARD - CORRESP. FROM CASLAS, PABLO (1968): Typed Letter Signed

4 14

 96887 Chapman, John. 06/17/1851-06/17/1851   Chapman, John. Autograph Letter Signed to "Dear Sir," 1 page. Dated 6/17/1851. accepting an invitation.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

CHAPMAN, JOHN - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1851): Autographed Letter

4 15

 96888 Chesterton, G.K. 01/01/1932-12/31/1932   Chesterton, G.K. Typed Manuscript: "The Opium of the People," 3 pages. Consists of the original typescript of an article headed, corrected and signed in ink by Chesterton, circa 1932. The article consists of a satirical challenge to Lenin's remark that "religion is the opium of he people."

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

CHESTERTON, G.K. - TYPESCRIPT: "OPIUM OF THE PEOPLE" (1932?): Other Types

LENIN, VLADIMIR - MANUSCRIPT BY CHESTERTON, G.K. RE: LENIN (1932?): Other Types

4 16

 96889 Chesterton, G.K. 01/01/1916-12/31/1916   Chesterton, G.K. Typed manuscript Signed: "A Query about National Honour," 5 pages. Original typescript headed, corrected and signed by Chesterton, 1916. This essay is a rebuke of pacifistic theories about the nature of war put forth by Norman Angell and Leo Perla.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

CHESTERTON, G.K. - TYPESCRIPT RE: NATIONAL HONOUR (1916): Other Types

PACIFISM - MANUSCRIPT BY CHESTERTON, G.K. (1916): Other Types

ANGELL, NORMAN - MANUSCRIPT BY CHESTERTON, G.K. ABOUT HIM (1916): Other Types

PERLA, LEO - MANUSCRIPT BY CHESTERTON, G.K. ABOUT HIM (1916): Other Types

4 17

 96890 Chesterton, G.K. 01/01/1917-12/31/1917   Chesterton, G.K. Typed Manuscript Signed, 5 pages. Dated 1917. Consisting of an Introduction to Nordentoft's "Practical Pacifism."

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

CHESTERTON, G.K. - TYPESCRIPT RE: PRACTICAL PACIFISM (1917): Other Types

PACIFISM - TYPED MANUSCRIPT SIGNED BY CHESTERTON, G.K. ABOUT IT (1917): Other Types

4 18

 96891 Chesterton, G.K. 01/01/1920-12/31/1929   Chesterton, G.K. Typed Letter Signed to Henry John, 2 pages. Dated 7/19/19??, probably 1920s. Regarding work of John's that Chesterton was reviewing. Henry John, a classmate of Tom Burns, was the son of the painter Augustus John. Burns wrote that John was a writer of genius and as a boy at Stonyhurst sent his poems to Chesterton for the latter's opinion. John died cliff-climbing circa 1925. Acquired from Tom Burns, 1979.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

CHESTERTON, G.K. - CORRESP. TO JOHN, HENRY (1920S): Typed Letter Signed

JOHN, HENRY - CORRESP. FROM CHESTERTON, G.K. (1920S): Typed Letter Signed

4 19

 96892 Chesterton, G.K. 05/10/1922-05/10/1922   Chesterton, G.K. Autograph Manuscript Signed: "To Captain Fryatt," 1 page. Dated 1922.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

CHESTERTON, G.K. - AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT SIGNED:"TO CAPTAIN FRYATT"1922: Other Types

"TO CAPTAIN FRYATT" - MANUSCRIPT BY CHESTERTON, G.K. (1922): Other Types

4 20

 96893 Chesterton, G.K. 01/01/1930-12/31/1930   Chesterton, G.K. Pencil Sketch of four men seated at table. It is one of the illustrations drawn by Chesterton for Hilaire Belloc's satire, "The Man Who Made Gold." Circa 1930.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

CHESTERTON, G.K. - PENCIL DRAWING BY HIM (1930): Graphic Image

4 21

 96894 Chesterton, G.K. 01/01/1920-12/31/1936   Chesterton, G.K. Pencil sketch. Undated. Depicting a man standing in middle surrounded by four people.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

CHESTERTON, G.K. - PENCIL DRAWING BY HIM (UNDATED): Graphic Image

4 22

 96895 Chesterton, G.K. 01/01/1920-12/31/1936   Chesterton, G.K. Pencil sketch by him. Undated. Depicting seven faces.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

CHESTERTON, G.K. - PENCIL DRAWING BY HIM (UNDATED): Graphic Image

4 23

 96896 Chesterton, G.K. 01/01/1920-12/31/1936   Chesterton, G.K. Signed Photograph. Undated. Acquired with the Napoleon of Notting Hill (New York, 1906), July 1997.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

CHESTERTON, G.K. - SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH (UNDATED): Photograph

4 24

 97172 Chesterton, G.K. 01/01/1917-12/31/1917   Chesterton, G.K. Autograph Manuscript Signed Poem: "The Myth of Arthur," 1 page. From Chesterton's "Poems," 1917. Provenance: Theodore Maynard.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

CHESTERTON, G.K. - POEM (1917): Other Types

4 24.5

 96897 Chomsky, Noam. 01/31/1980-01/31/1980   Chomsky, Noam. Typed Interview: "On Some Controversial Issues of Transformative Generative Grammar Theory. An Interview with the America Linguist Professor Noam Chomsky, Department of Linguistics and Philosophy, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. By Mazin Al-waer, Cambridge, Massachusetts January 31, 1980." Donated by Mazin Al-waer, a Georgetown University graduate, on 10/23/1980.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

CHOMSKY, NOAM - INTERVIEW (1980): Other Types

AL-WAER, MAZIN - INTERVIEW W/ CHOMSKY, NOAM (1980): Other Types

4 25

 96898 Churchill, Winston. 02/08/1900-02/08/1900   Churchill, Winston. American author. Typed Letter Signed to R.H. Russell of New York City, 1 page. Dated 2/8/1900. Explaining that he cannot contribute anything for Russell's magazine. Sent from St. Louis, Missouri. Found in Speccoll 1901.C4.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

CHURCHILL, WINSTON - AMERICAN AUTHOR - CORRESP. TO RUSSELL, R.H., 1900: Typed Letter Signed

RUSSELL, R.H. - CORRESP. FROM CHURCHILL, WINSTON (AM. AUTHOR) (1900): Typed Letter Signed

4 26

 96899 Churchill, Winston (Sir). 01/30/1965-01/30/1965   Churchill, Winston (Sir). Printed Programs for his funeral: "The Order of Service" and the "Ceremonial to Be Observed." Dated 1/30/1965. Donated by Michael Robinson, whose father ran Churchill's funeral service.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

CHURCHILL, WINSTON (SIR) - FUNERAL PROGRAMS (1965): Printed Item

4 27

 96900 Clark, Walter Van Tilburg. 02/04/1950-02/04/1950   Clark, Walter Van Tilburg. Autograph Letter Signed to Ralph Stimson, 4 pages. Dated 2/4/1950. From the author of "The Ox-Bow Incident," to Stimson, discussing Clark's writing career. Sent from Virginia City, Nevada to Bethesda, Maryland. Gift of Mrs. Stimson.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

CLARK, WALTER VAN TILBURG - CORRESP. TO STIMSON, RALPH (1950): Autographed Letter

STIMSON, RALPH - CORRESP. FROM CLARK, WALTER VAN TILBURG (1950): Autographed Letter

4 28

 96901 Clarkson, Thomas. 01/11/1826-01/11/1826   Clarkson, Thomas (1740-1846). Anti-slavery campaigner. Circular letter in facsimile script, 2 ages. Dated 1/11/1826. With autograph salutation of Shaftesbury. Plea for Parliament to enact anti-slavery measures. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs..

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

CLARKSON, THOMAS - DOCUMENT (1826): Other Types

4 29

 96902 Clemens, Samuel L. 02/06/1893-02/06/1893   Clemens, Samuel L. Autograph Note Signed (photographic copy) from Robert Lutz, 1 page. Dated 2/6/1893. Hoping to acquire the right of translation of the sale of Mark Twain. Clemens writes a note at the bottom left-hand corner of the page requesting someone to answer the letter for him. Lutz sent the letter from Stuttgart, Germany.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

CLEMENS, SAMUEL L. - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED (1893): Other Types

LUTZ, ROBERT - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1893): Autographed Letter

TWAIN, MARK - SEE: CLEMENS, SAMUEL L.: Other Types

4 30

 96903 Clemens, Samuel L. 01/01/1835-12/31/1910   Clemens, Samuel L. Autograph Note Signed as Mark Twain, 1 page (fragment). Undated. The note was found in a book in Riggs Library. Also, undated Signature of Clemens [signed as Twain].

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

CLEMENS, SAMUEL L. - SIGNATURE (UNDATED): Other Types

5 1

 96904 Clemens, Samuel L. 01/01/1835-12/31/1910   Clemens, Samuel L. Autograph Letter Signed (copy) to Miss Grace, 1 page. Enclosing a list [not present]. Found in Twain's "Personal Reflections of Joan of Arc," Spec Coll 86A542. Gift of Mrs. David A. Baer.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

CLEMENS, SAMUEL L. - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (UNDATED): Autographed Letter

5 2

 96905 Clemens, Samuel L. 01/01/1835-12/31/1910   Clemens, Samuel L. Depicted in photograph of Thomas Nast cartoon titled "Innocence Abroad (in Search of a Copyright)." Undated.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

CLEMENS, SAMUEL L. - DEPICTED IN NAST, THOMAS CARTOON (UNDATED): Photograph

NAST, THOMAS - CARTOON OF CLEMENS, SAMUEL L. (UNDATED): Graphic Image

5 3

 96906 Clement X (Pope). 01/01/1673-12/31/1673   Clement X (Pope). Papal Bull. Dated 1673.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

CLEMENT X (POPE) - PAPAL BULL (1673): Manuscript

5 4

 96907 Clement XI (Pope). 01/01/1700-12/31/1721   Clement XI (Pope). Papal Bull. Circa early 1700s.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

CLEMENT XI (POPE) - PAPAL BULL (EARLY 1700S): Manuscript

5 5

 96908 [Clements, George]. 12/17/1762-12/17/1762   Autograph Document (fragment) dated 12/17/1762 with mention of George Clements. It seems to be a financial document.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

CLEMENTS, GEORGE - REFERENCE (1762): Other Types

5 6

 96909 Clinton, William J. 11/24/1994-11/24/1994   Clinton, William J. Typed Document Signed: "Thanksgiving Day, 1994 ... A Proclamation," 1 page. Proclamation of Thanksgiving Day for 1994.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

CLINTON, WILLIAM J. - TYPED MSS: PROCLAMATION OF THANKSGIVING DAY 1994: Other Types

5 7

 96910 Cody, William F. ("Buffalo Bill"). 12/29/1900-12/29/1900   Cody, William F. ("Buffalo Bill"). Signature. Dated Arlington Hotel, Washington, D.C., 12/29/1900.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

CODY, WILLIAM F. - SIGNATURE (1900): Other Types

5 8

 96911 Collitz, Hermann. 01/01/1855-12/31/1935   Collitz, Hermann (1855-1935) - Notes from books.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

COLLITZ, HERMANN - NOTES FROM BOOKS (1855-1935): Other Types

5 9

 96912 Colton, Charles H. 04/06/1912-04/06/1912   Colton, Charles H. (1848-1915), Bishop of Buffalo (1848-1915). Autograph Note Signed to "My dear M. Hayer," 1 page. Dated 4/6/1912. Extending Easter well wishes.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

COLTON, CHARLES H. - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED (1912): Other Types

5 10

 96913 Connolly, Cyril. 01/01/1881-12/31/1955   Connolly, Cyril. Autograph Manuscript, 5 pages. Undated. Reviewing Pierre Teilhard de Chardin's "Letter from a Traveler." Purchased from R.A. Gekoski's Catalog 26, July 1999.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

CONNOLLY, CYRIL - REVIEW OF TEILHARD'S "LETTER FROM A TRAVELER" (ND): Other Types

CHARDIN, PIERRE TEILHARD DE - REVIEW OF HIS "LETTER FROM A TRAVELER"ND: Other Types

5 11

 96914 Cooper, James Fenimore. 04/26/1834-04/26/1834   Cooper, James Fenimore. Bank of New York check signed by Cooper. Dated 4/26/1834.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

COOPER, JAMES FENIMORE - CHECK SIGNED (1834): Other Types

5 12

 96915 Cornell University song. 01/01/1800-12/31/1950   Undated Autograph Manuscript: Cornell University song, 2 pages.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

CORNELL SONG - AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT (UNDATED): Other Types

5 13

 96917 Corrigan, Michael A. (Archbishop). 07/28/1899-07/28/1899   Corrigan, Michael A. Autograph Letter Signed to "Dear Miss Riggs," 3 pages. Dated 7/28/1899. Acknowledging the late receipt of a note from her, recommending her protege, mentioning that he spent his vacation at the quiet villa of Hemlock Lake, and expressing his hope to visit Washington, D.C. Sent from Peekskill, New York. Gift of Alice Riggs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

CORRIGAN, MICHAEL A. - CORRESP. (1899): Autographed Letter

5 14

 96918 Crabbe, George. 01/01/1754-12/31/1832   Crabbe, George (1754-1832). Image. Undated.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

CRABBE, GEORGE - IMAGE (UNDATED): Photograph

5 15

 96919 Crane, Hart. 01/01/1925-12/31/1925   Crane, Hart. Typed Manuscript: "Voyages IV," 1 page. Dated 1925. Gift of Bernard M. Wagner.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

CRANE, HART - TYPED MANUSCRIPT (UNDATED): Other Types

5 16

 96920 Crane, Richard. 10/28/1921-10/28/1921   Crane, Richard (American Ambassador). Photograph as dean of the diplomatic corps extending congratulations to President Moraryk. Dated 10/28/1921.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

CRANE, RICHARD - PHOTOGRAPH (1921): Photograph

MORARYK, PRESIDENT - PHOTOGRAPH (1921): Photograph

5 17

 96921 Crane, Stephen. 01/01/1940-12/31/1983   Crane, Stephen. Photographs of memorial to Stephen Crane at his birthplace in Newark, New Jersey and an apartment where Crane used to live. Gift of Ames W. Williams.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

CRANE, STEPHEN - PHOTOGRAPHS OF BIRTHPLACE MEMORIAL (1960): Photograph

CRANE, STEPHEN - PHOTOGRAPH OF HIS FORMER HOME (1943): Photograph

5 18

 96922 Crawford, F. Marion. 11/25/1902-11/25/1902   Crawford, F. Marion. Autograph Letter Signed to "My Dear Professor Egan," 1 page. Dated 11/25/1902. Relating that he cannot speak or read in public because he acquired a throat ailment on his lecture tour. Written on stationery of the Macmillan Company.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

CRAWFORD, F. MARION - CORRESP. (1902): Autographed Letter

5 19

 96923 Cromie, Mich. 01/01/1772-12/31/1772   Cromie, Mich. 2 Autograph Letters Signed. One undated to Mr. Gardiner, 4 pages, lamenting the fact that he cannot travel to see him, regarding a matter with Lord Loftas in Dublin, relating news of marriages, recounting news of mutual friends, indicating that the play house is crowded. A second letter dated 1/12/1772 again to Mr. Gardiner, 3 pages, regarding an altered money bill in Parliament, discussing Dublin social life, mentioning mutual friends, and making reference to two plays.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

CROMIE, MICH - CORRESP. (1772): Autographed Letter

5 20

 96924 [Cuban/Mexican Documents]. 01/01/1817-12/31/1964   Partly Printed and Typed Cuban and Mexican Documents. Dated 1817-1964.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

CUBA - DOCUMENTS (1817-1964): Other Types

MEXICO - DOCUMENTS (1817-1964): Other Types

5 21

 96925 Dahlgren, John A. 08/18/1861-08/18/1861   Dahlgren, John A. Autograph Letter Signed dated 8/18/1861 from J.R. Goldsmith, to Admiral Dahlgren, commander of the US Navy Yard in Washington DC, requesting a chart of the Potomac River. Sent from the U.S. steamer "Union" in the Potomac River. Gift of Michael D. Wynne, 1977.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

DAHLGREN, JOHN A. - CORRESP. FROM GOLDSMITH, J.R. (1861): Autographed Letter

GOLDSMITH, J.R. - CORRESP. TO DAHLGREN, JOHN A. (1861): Autographed Letter

5 22

 96926 "Daily Union". 12/27/1856-12/27/1856   Published Newspaper: "Daily Union" [Pittsburgh, PA] 12/27/1856.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

"DAILY UNION" - NEWSPAPER (12/27/1856): Printed Item

5 23

 96927 Dana, Charles A. 12/31/1896-12/31/1896   Dana, Charles A. Autograph Letter Signed to Rev. John G. Hagen, S.J., 3 pages. Dated 12/31/1896. Regarding changes to an article and publication details.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

DANA, CHARLES A. - CORRESP. TO HAGEN, JOHN G., S.J. (1896): Autographed Letter

HAGEN, JOHN G., S.J. - CORRESP. FROM DANA, CHARLES A. (1896): Autographed Letter

5 24

 96928 D'Arcy, Martin, S.J. 01/01/1966-12/31/1967   D'Arcy, Martin, S.J. Autograph Letter Signed to Marcella Winslow, 2 pages. Dated 2/14/1966. Stating that he was very pleased with the portrait of him that she painted. Also, Autograph Letter Signed dated 1967 from D'Arcy, praising a portrait. Also, 5 photographs of D'Arcy (3 standing, 2 seated).

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

D'ARCY, MARTIN, S.J. - CORRESP TO WINSLOW, MARCELLA (1966-7): Autographed Letter

WINSLOW, MARCELLA - CORRESP. FROM D'ARCY, MARTIN, S.J. (1966-7): Autographed Letter

D'ARCY, MARTIN, S.J. - PHOTOGRAPHS (1966-1967): Photograph

5 25

 96929 [Darwin, Charles]. 04/08/1888-04/08/1888   [Darwin, Charles]. Autograph Letter Signed from Henry Cadogan Rothery to Darwin's grandson Philip, 7 pages. Dated 4/8/1888. Expressing that he was pleased with the "Life of Charles Darwin." Also mentioning having sent "Darwin's Life Letters."

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

DARWIN, CHARLES - REFERENCE (1888): Autographed Letter

ROTHERY, HENRY CADOGAN - CORRESP. RE: DARWIN, CHARLES (1888): Autographed Letter

5 26

 96930 Davis, Clarice Weer. 01/01/1900-12/31/1960   Clippings and photographs regarding Clarice Weer Davis and her family, circa 1900-1960.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

DAVIS, CLARICE WEER - CLIPPINGS REGARDING (1900?-1960?): Printed Item

5 27

 96931 Davis, William Watts Hart. 09/09/1869-09/09/1869   Davis, William Watts Hart. Autograph Letter Signed to F.S. Hoffman, 2 pages. Dated 9/9/1869. Regarding a proof of a new book. Sent from Doylestown, Pennsylvania. Found in LAU SPCCOLL Shea F799 .D2.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

DAVIS, WILLIAM WATTS HART - CORRESP. TO HOFFMAN, F.S. (1869): Autographed Letter

HOFFMAN, F.S. - CORRESP. FROM DAVIS, WILLIAM WATTS HART (1869): Autographed Letter

5 28

 96932 [Dayton, Charles Houghton]. 01/01/1800-12/31/1900   Autograph Book kept by Charles Houghton Dayton, who attended the state university of Iowa and had friends and family in Cheyenne, Wyoming. Includes good information on early Cheyenne, Wyoming. Also, smaller Autograph Book of Charles E. Cochran, brother of Hattie Cochran Dayton. And, Photograph of Helen Dayton.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

DAYTON, CHARLES HOUGHTON - AUTOGRAPH BOOK (1800S): Manuscript

CHEYENNE - WYOMING - AUTOGRAPH BOOK (1800S): Manuscript

COCHRAN, CHARLES E. - AUTOGRAPH BOOK (1800S): Manuscript

DAYTON, HELEN - PHOTOGRAPH (1800S): Photograph

5 30

 96933 Decatur, Susan. 01/08/1820-01/08/1860   Decatur, Susan. Autograph Letter Signed to Mr. Meredith. Dated 1/8/18?? Mentions the heights of Georgetown and also mentions Cape May. Purchased in 1986.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

DECATUR, SUSAN - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (18??): Autographed Letter

5 31

 96934 Denison, Edward. 02/03/1844-02/03/1844   Denison, Edward. Bishop of Salisbury. Autograph Letter Signed to "My dear Lord," 4 pages. Dated 2/3/1844. Concerning the parish at Whiteparish.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

DENISON, EDWARD - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1844): Autographed Letter

5 32

 96935 Depew, Chauncey. 03/10/1898-03/10/1898   Depew, Chauncey. Typed Letter Signed to W.C. Buchanan, 1 page. Dated 3/10/1898. Trying to set up a meeting of the Republican Club to improve that organization. Sent on Grand Central Depot stationery.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

DEPEW, CHAUNCEY - CORRESP. TO BUCHANAN, W.C. (1898): Typed Letter Signed

BUCHANAN, W.C. - CORRESP. FROM DEPEW, CHAUNCEY (1898): Typed Letter Signed

5 33

 96936 De la Bedoyere, Michael. 06/03/1965-06/03/1965   De la Bedoyere, Michael. Autograph Card Signed to John Milward, 1 page. Postmarked 6/3/1965. Commenting that their careers are similar. Gift of John Milward, 9/1983 per Stephen De la Bedoyere.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

DE LA BEDOYERE, MICHAEL - CORRESP. TO MILWARD, JOHN (1965): Other Types

MILWARD, JOHN - CORRESP. FROM DE LA BEDOYERE, MICHAEL (1965): Other Types

5 34

 96937 De La Mare, Walter. 05/13/1912-05/13/1912   De La Mare, Walter. Autograph Letter Signed, 2 pages. Dated 5/13/1912. Presenting a book and commenting on poetry. From a copy of De La Mare's "The Veil" (1921). Gift of Mrs. Ruth Baer, 1980.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

DE LA MARE, WALTER - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1912): Autographed Letter

5 35

 96938 DeQuincey, Thomas. 01/01/1800-12/31/1899   DeQuincey, Thomas. Autograph Manuscript, 4 pages. Undated. References to Charles Lamb (dining with him), Samuel Taylor Coleridge, and Sir Humphrey Davy. [Sotheby's 12/4/1973 lot 92].

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

DEQUINCEY, THOMAS - AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT (UNDATED): Other Types

COLERIDGE, SAMUEL TAYLOR - REFERENCE (UNDATED): Other Types

LAMB, CHARLES - REFERENCE (UNDATED): Other Types

DAVY, HUMPHREY (SIR) - REFERENCE (UNDATED): Other Types

5 36

 96939 DeQuincey, Thomas. 01/01/1800-12/31/1899   DeQuincy, Thomas. Autograph Manuscript, 7 pages. Undated. References to Samuel Taylor Coleridge and William Wordsworth. [Sotheby's 12/4/1973 Lot 91].

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

DEQUINCEY, THOMAS - AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT (UNDATED): Other Types

COLERIDGE, SAMUEL TAYLOR - REFERENCE (UNDATED): Other Types

WORDSWORTH, WILLIAM - REFERENCE (UNDATED): Other Types

5 37

 96940 DeQuincey, Thomas. 01/01/1824-12/31/1824   DeQuincey, Thomas. Autograph Manuscript, 4 pages. Dated 1824. Consisting of a comic story set in Germany entitled, "The Defier of Ghosts."

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

DEQUINCEY, THOMAS - AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT (1824): Other Types

5 38

 96941 DeQuincey, Thomas. 01/01/1800-12/31/1850   DeQuincey, Thomas. Autograph Manuscript, 4 pages. Undated. Part of an essay on "Language and Linguistics." Sotheby's 12/4/1973.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

DEQUINCEY, THOMAS - AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT (UNDATED): Other Types

5 39

 96942 DeQuincey, Thomas. 01/01/1800-12/31/1850   DeQuincey, Thomas. Autograph Manuscript: "Paganism and Christianity," 7 pages and fragments. Undated. [Sotheby's 12/4/1973 Lot 109].

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

DEQUINCEY, THOMAS - AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT (UNDATED): Other Types

5 40

 96943 DeSmet, Pierre Jean. 01/01/1801-12/31/1873   Undated Poems (in French) seemingly written by Pierre Jean DeSmet, S.J. whose signature "P.J. DeSmet, S.J." is apparent.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

DESMET, PIERRE JEAN - POEMS (UNDATED): Other Types

5 41

 96944 De Vere, Aubrey. 06/11/1887-06/11/1887   De Vere, Aubrey. Autograph Letter Signed to Robert Fulton, S.J. [?], 3 pages. Dated 6/11/1887[?]. Expressing pleasure that De Vere's poem poems have been well received by Fulton. Includes a short poem titled "Age" by De Vere.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

DE VERE, AUBREY - POEM (1887?): Other Types

DE VERE, AUBREY - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1887?): Autographed Letter

5 42

 96945 Devitt, Edward I., S.J. 01/01/1897-12/31/1906   Devitt, Edward I., S.J. 3 Autograph Letters Signed and 1 Typed Letter Signed. Dated 1897-1906. Mostly sent from Holy Cross College to Georgetown University. Includes the following: Autograph Letter Signed dated 8/18/1897 from Devitt to "Dear Father Rector" (4 pages), requesting that a catalog be sent, reporting that he spent Sunday with Fr. Drennan, making reference to Riggs Library at Georgetown University, and making reference to other Jesuits. Also, Autograph Letter Signed dated 8/14/1897 from Devitt to "Dear Father Rector" (3 pages), reporting that he will be in Southbridge helping Father Drennan with the Titular Feast of his church, making reference to the Jamaican missions, mentioning Mt. De Sales Convent in Catonsville (Maryland), discussion of a retreat, and referring to George Calvert. In addition: Autograph Letter Signed dated 8/15/1900 from Devitt to "Dear Father Rector" (1 page), informing him that he completed his retreat that morning. And, Typed Letter Signed dated 8/19/1908 from Devitt to "Dear Father Himmel" (1 page), regarding a retreat.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

DEVITT, EDWARD I., S.J. - CORRESP. (1897-1906): Autographed Letter

5 43

 96946 De Voto, Bernard. 02/01/1939-01/11/1947   De Voto, Bernard. 1 Autograph Letter and 7 Typed Letters, mostly to Rev. Wilfrid Parsons. S.J. Dated 1939-1947. Regarding viewing Mark Twain's "Tom Sawyer " manuscript at the Georgetown university Library. Sent from Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

DE VOTO, BERNARD - CORRESP. (1939-1947): Typed Letter Signed

CLEMENS, SAMUEL L. - REFERENCES TO "TOM SAWYER" MANUSCRIPT (1939-1947): Typed Letter Signed

5 44

 96947 Diaz, Porfirio. 01/01/1900-12/31/1909   3 Documents (in Spanish) Signed by Porfirio Diaz dated 1900-1909, mostly regarding land.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

DIAZ, PORFIRIO - DOCUMENTS SIGNED (1900-1909): Other Types

5 45

 96948 Dickens, Charles. 10/31/1845-10/31/1845   Dickens, Charles. Autograph Letter Signed to Count D'Orsay, 2 pages. Dated 10/31/1845. Reporting that Dickens invited Mr. Baboo to dinner and inviting D'Orsay to that dinner, too.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

DICKENS, CHARLES - CORRESP. TO D'OURSAY, COUNT (1845): Autographed Letter

D'OURSAY, COUNT - CORRESP. FROM DICKENS, CHARLES (1845): Autographed Letter

5 46

 96949 Dickens, Charles. 04/08/1846-04/08/1846   Dickens, Charles. Autograph Letter Signed (with envelope signed by Dickens) to Count D'Orsay, 2 pages. Dated 4/8/1846. Criticizing the proprietors of the "Daily News." Reference to Captain Taylor.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

DICKENS, CHARLES - CORRESP. TO D'OURSAY, COUNT (1846): Autographed Letter

D'OURSAY, COUNT - CORRESP. FROM DICKENS, CHARLES (1846): Autographed Letter

5 47

 96950 Dickens, Charles. 06/08/1868-06/08/1868   Dickens, Charles. Signed Check. Dated London 6/8/1868. From Messrs. Coutts & Company.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

DICKENS, CHARLES - CHECK SIGNED (1868): Other Types

5 48

 96951 Dickens, Charles. 09/13/1862-09/13/1862   Charles Dickens. Autograph Manuscript (said to be in his hand), 1 page. Undated. Announcing readings of Charles Dickens, including "Christmas Carol" and "The Trial from Picknick." Also, 1 undated Autograph Letter Signed from Charlotte M. Younge to "Madam," indicating that she does not live in Winchester and is not a member of the Ladies Working Society.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

DICKENS, CHARLES - AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT (1862): Manuscript

YOUNGE, CHARLOTTE M. - CORRESP. (UNDATED): Autographed Letter

5 49

 96952 Digges Family. 01/01/1904-12/31/1970   Digges Family: Correspondence about them. Dated 1904-1970. Correspondents include M.G. Robertson; Rev. Eric McDermott, S.J.; Rev. Robert K. Judge, S.J.; Grace L. Tracey; Jack McGrain; Eva Augusta Trower; and D.C. Lawless.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

DIGGES FAMILY - CORRESP. ABOUT IT (1904-1970): Typed Letter Signed

ROBERTSON, M.G. - CORRESP. (1904): Autographed Letter

MCDERMOTT, ERIC, S.J. - CORRESP. (1961): Typed Letter Signed

TRACEY, GRACE L. - CORRESP. (1961): Typed Letter Signed

JUDGE, ROBERT K., S.J. - CORRESP. (1970): Other Types

MCGRAIN, JACK - CORRESP. (1970): Typed Letter Signed

TOWER, EVA AUGUSTA - CORRESP. (1950): Autographed Letter

LAWLESS, D.C. - CORRESP. (1932): Other Types

5 50

 96953 Digges Family. 01/01/1830-12/31/1970   Digges Family materials of Georgetown University interest, dated 1830-1970. Regarding tuition payments to Georgetown College.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

DIGGES FAMILY - DOCUMENTS RE: GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY (1830-1970): Autographed Letter

GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY - DOCUMENTS: TUITION OF DIGGES FAMILY (1800S): Manuscript

5 51

 96954 Dimnet, Ernest. 08/21/1919-08/21/1919   Dimnet, Ernest. Typed Letter Signed to Catholic University Bureau, 1 page. Dated 8/21/1919. Requesting that an advertisement be printed.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

DIMNET, ERNEST - CORRESP. (1919): Typed Letter Signed

5 52

 96955 Directorium Chori. 01/01/1765-12/31/1765   Bound Autograph Manuscript: Directorium Chori. Containing musical material. Gift of Sisters of Loretto, Nerinx, Kentucky, 1972.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

DIRECTORIUM CHORI - BOUND MANUSCRIPT (1765?): Other Types

6 1

 96956 Dixon, Francis. 10/22/1822-10/22/1822   Probate of the will of Francis Dixon. Dated 10/22/1822. Gift of John S. and Edith S. Mayfield, 1975.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

DIXON, FRANCIS - DOCUMENT: PROBATE OF HIS WILL (1822): Other Types

6 2

 96957 "Doctors of Philosophy". 01/01/1962-12/31/1962   Autograph Manuscript: Extract from "Doctors of Philosophy" first produced at the New Arts Theatre, London, 1962.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

"DOCTORS OF PHILOSOPHY" - PLAY - EXTRACT (1962): Other Types

NEW ARTS THEATRE - LONDON - EXTRACT OF A PLAY (1962): Other Types

6 3

 96958 Donnelly, Ignatius. 01/11/1890-01/11/1890   Donnelly, Ignatius. Autograph Letter Signed to Rev. Martin Mahoney, 3 pages. Dated 1/11/1890. In this letter, Donnelly, state lecturer of the Minnesota State Farmers' Alliance, writes about the lack of popularity of the alliance among Catholics and about the temperance movement in Minnesota. Sent from St. Paul, Minnesota to Marysburg, Minnesota.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

DONNELLY, IGNATIUS - CORRESP. TO MAHONEY, MARTIN (1890): Autographed Letter

MAHONEY, MARTIN - CORRESP. FROM DONNELLY, IGNATIUS (1890): Autographed Letter

MINNESOTA STATE FARMERS' ALLIANCE - CORRESP. (1890): Autographed Letter

6 4

 96959 Dorris, Michael A. 01/01/1989-12/31/1989   Dorris, Michael A. Typed Speech: "Georgetown University Commencement Address," 13 pages. dated 1989. Consisting of the anthropologist/novelist's speech to graduates of the Georgetown University College of Arts and Sciences from which he had himself graduated in 1967.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

DORRIS, MICHAEL A. - COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS AT GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY1989: Other Types

6 5

 96960 Dorris, Michael A. 01/01/1964-12/31/1994   Dorris, Michael A. Published articles from the "Georgetown Journal." Dated 1960s. Gift of John J. Glavin 1/6/1998.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

DORRIS, MICHAEL A. - ARTICLES (1960S): Printed Item

6 6

 96961 Dos Passos, John. 03/28/1965-03/28/1965   Dos Passos, John. Autograph Letter Signed (w/ envelope) to Mr. Robert L. Buell. Dated 3/28/1965. Apologizing for not writing sooner and explaining that he has been doing a lot of work lately. He works frequently in the Library of Congress. Sent from Westmoreland, Virginia to Washington, D.C.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

DOS PASSOS, JOHN - CORRESP. TO BUELL, ROBERT L. (1965): Autographed Letter

BUELL, ROBERT L. - CORRESP. FROM DOS PASSOS, JOHN (1965): Autographed Letter

6 7

 96962 [Doyle, Arthur Conan]. 08/03/1894-08/03/1894   [Doyle, Arthur Conan]. Autograph Letter Signed from Francis F. McCarthy, S.J. to J. Havens Richards, S.J., 2 pages. Dated 8/3/1894. Indicating that he has been unsuccessful in obtaining Arthur Conan Doyle's address for him and suggesting that Conan Doyle might be receptive to receiving correspondence from a Jesuit. Sent from Holy Cross College in Worcester, Massachusetts.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MCCARTHY, FRANCIS F. - CORRESP. TO RICHARDS, J. HAVENS (1894): Autographed Letter

RICHARDS, J. HAVENS, S.J. - CORRESP. FROM MCCARTHY, FRANCIS F. (1894): Autographed Letter

DOYLE, ARTHUR CONAN - CORRESP. ABOUT HIM (1894): Autographed Letter

6 8

 96963 Drew, Francis Bickersteff. 11/20/1920-11/20/1920   Drew, Francis Bickerstaff. Autograph Letter Signed (with envelope) to Rev. F.E. Pritchard, 4 pages. Dated 11/20/1920. Regarding the work of the Carmelites. On other topics, reference to the Venus de Milo and the Duke of Wellington.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

DREW, FRANCIS BICKERSTEFF - CORRESP. TO PRITCHARD, F.E. (1920): Autographed Letter

PRITCHARD, F.E. - CORRESP. FROM DREW, FRANCIS BICKERSTEFF (1920): Autographed Letter

6 9

 96966 Edison, Thomas A. 05/01/1910-11/10/1960   Edison, Thomas A. 3 Photographs. Dated 1910. One of Edison seated at work, inscribed to Thomas E. Murray. A second of Edison and Murray standing. And a third of Edison and Murray seated among a group of men. Also, 1 Autograph Letter Signed (photostat) dated 5/1910 from Edison to Murray, congratulating him on the book "Electric Power Plants." And, 1 Typed Letter Signed dated 11/10/1960 from Joe B. Murray to Joseph M. Moffitt, S.J., regarding one of the photos and regarding Edison.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

EDISON, THOMAS - PHOTOGRAPHS (1910?): Photograph

MURRAY, THOMAS E. - PHOTOGRAPHS (1910?): Photograph

EDISON, THOMAS - CORRESP. TO MURRAY, THOMAS E. (1910): Photograph

MURRAY, THOMAS E. - CORRESP. FROM EDISON, THOMAS (1910): Photograph

MURRAY, JOE B. - CORRESP. TO MOFFITT, JOSEPH M. (1960): Typed Letter Signed

MOFFITT, JOSEPH M. - CORRESP. FROM MURRAY, JOE B. (1960): Typed Letter Signed

6 10

 96967 Eisenschiml, Otto. 01/01/1948-12/31/1958   Eisenschiml, Otto. Printed Pamphlet: "Reviewers Reviewed," 22 pages. Also, Typed Letter Signed dated 6/30/1948 from Eisenschiml to Carroll Dulaney of the "Baltimore American," regarding an article in the "Baltimore American" about a Lincoln plot; sent from Chicago.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

EISENMICHL, OTTO - PAMPHLET: "REVIEWERS REVIEWED" (1948): Printed Item

EISENMICHL, OTTO - CORRESP. TO DELANEY, CARROLL (1948): Typed Letter Signed

DELANEY, CARROLL - CORRESP. FROM EISENMICHL, OTTO (1948): Typed Letter Signed

6 11

 96968 Elliott, Zo. 01/01/1891-12/31/1964   Elliott, Zo. Autograph Note Signed to " Dear Mrs. Thompson," 1 page. Undated. Thanking her for an invitation and sending regards to Dr. Thompson. Elliott composed "The Long Long Trail Awinding." Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

ELLIOTT, ZO - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED (UNDATED): Other Types

6 12

 96969 Emerson, Ralph Waldo. 03/05/1848-03/05/1848   Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Autograph Letter Signed to Elizabeth Davis George Bancroft (Mrs. George Bancroft), 2 pages. Dated 3/5/1848. Accepting an invitation to visit the Bancrofts and making reference to Lady Sydney Morgan. Addressed from the house of publisher John Chapman in the Strand. The folder also includes a printed article published in "Notes and Queries" by Georgetown University Professor John C. Hirsh about the letter.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

EMERSON, RALPH WALDO - CORRESP. TO BANCROFT, ELIZABETH DAVIS (1848): Autographed Letter

BANCROFT, ELIZABETH DAVIS - CORRESP. FROM EMERSON, RALPH WALDO (1848): Autographed Letter

MORGAN, SYDNEY (LADY) - REFERENCE (1848): Autographed Letter

HIRSH, JOHN C. - ARTICLE RE: LETTER BY EMERSON, RALPH WALDO (1848): Autographed Letter

6 13

 96970 England, John, D.D. 01/01/1820-12/31/1823   Autograph Journal dated 1820-1823 of John England, D.D., the first Bishop of Charleston, South Carolina, regarding the diocese of Charleston. Also, Printed Pamphlet: "Diurnal of the Right Rev. John England, D.D., First Bishop of Charleston, S.C. From 1820 to 1823, Printed From the Original Manuscript, Philadelphia: American Catholic Historical Society, 1895."

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

ENGLAND, JOHN (BISHOP) - JOURNAL (1820-1823): Other Types

ENGLAND, JOHN (BISHOP) - PAMPHLET (1895): Other Types

CHARLESTON - SOUTH CAROLINA - DIOCESE - JOURNAL (1820-1823): Printed Item

CHARLESTON - SOUTH CAROLINA - DIOCESE - PAMPHLET (1895): Printed Item

6 14

 96971 Enright, D.J. 01/01/1920-12/31/2000   Enright, D.J. Autograph Note Signed. Undated. An anecdote from "William IV Street." Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

ENRIGHT, D.J. - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED (UNDATED): Other Types

6 15

 96972 Epinette, Peter, S.J. 03/13/1829-03/13/1829   Epinette, Peter, S.J. Autograph Letter Signed received, 3 pages. Dated 3/13/1829. Regarding the Mattingly miracle in Washington, D.C., with reference to Ann Mattingly. Postmarked Georgetown.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

EPINETTE, PETER, S.J. - CORRESP. (1829): Autographed Letter

MATTINGLY MIRACLE - CORRESP. (1829): Autographed Letter

MATTINGLY, ANN - MIRACLE - CORRESP. ABOUT HER (1829): Autographed Letter

6 16

 96973 Evans, Mary Ellen. 01/01/1971-12/31/1971   Evans, Mary Ellen. Typed Manuscript: "The Eager Soul: A Documentary Biography of Mary Virginia Merrick (1866-1955)" Baltimore: Helicon Press, 1971. Never published. Gift of Miss Evans.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

EVANS, MARY ELLEN - TYPED MANUSCRIPT (1971): Other Types

MERRICK, MARY VIRGINIA - TYPED MANUSCRIPT ABOUT HER (1971): Other Types

6 17

 96974 Everson, William. 01/01/1977-12/31/1977   Everson, William. Published journal of poems: "Sequoia: William Everson/Brother Antoninus Issue" Autumn 1977. Presentation inscription to Lee [Bartlett, Everson's biographer] and wife Mary, 1977.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

EVERSON, WILLIAM - JOURNAL OF POEMS (1977): Printed Item

ANTONINUS, BROTHER - JOURNAL OF POEMS (1977): Printed Item

6 18

 96975 Everson, William. 10/07/1945-10/07/1945   Everson, William. Autograph Card Signed to Johan Franco, 1 page. Dated 10/7/1945. First line: "The morbidity was 3 years old, and outgrown, I hope...." Sent from Waldport, Oregon to New York City.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

EVERSON, WILLIAM - CORRESP. TO FRANCO, JOHAN (1945): Autographed Letter

FRANCO, JOHAN - CORRESP. FROM EVERSON, WILLIAM (1945): Autographed Letter

ANTONINUS, BROTHER - SEE ALSO: EVERSON, WILLIAM: Manuscript

6 19

 96976 Everson, William. 02/11/1952-02/11/1952   Everson, William [signed Brother Antoninus]. Autograph Letter Signed (with envelope) to Barbara Ferkiss, 2 pages. Making a reference to "Triptych," complimenting the Dominicans, and discussing the individual and the artist. Postmarked 2/11/1952. Also, 1 poem by Everson regarding the child Jesus.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

EVERSON, WILLIAM - CORRESP. TO FERKISS, BARBARA (1952): Autographed Letter

FERKISS, BARBARA - CORRESP. FROM EVERSON, WILLIAM (1952): Autographed Letter

EVERSON, WILLIAM - POEM (1952?): Printed Item

6 20

 96977 Everson, William. 09/20/1964-09/20/1964   Everson, William [signed Brother Antoninus]. Typed Letter Signed to William Cole, 1 page. Dated 9/20/1964. Regarding Everson's submissions to a poetry anthology. Sent from Dominican Priory, Kentfield, California. Also, Poems by Carol Ely Harper: "His Hair, His Black Hair" (undated) and "Lines for an Actor: Sleepless Night" (1955).

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

EVERSON, WILLIAM - CORRESP. TO COLE, WILLIAM (1964): Typed Letter Signed

HARPER, CAROL ELY - POEMS (1955-1964?): Typed Letter Signed

COLE, WILLIAM - CORRESP. FROM EVERSON, WILLIAM (1964): Typed Letter Signed

6 21

 96978 Everson, William. 10/26/1983-10/26/1983   Everson, William. Autograph Letter Signed to Katherine Taylor, 2 pages. Dated 10/26/1983. Regarding his reaction to the off-print "Conversations with Katherine ... Taylor."

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

EVERSON, WILLIAM - CORRESP. TO TAYLOR, KATHERINE (1983): Autographed Letter

TAYLOR, KATHERINE - CORRESP. FROM EVERSON, WILLIAM (1983): Autographed Letter

6 22

 96979 Everson, William. 07/25/1977-07/25/1977   Everson, William. Autograph Manuscript Signed, 2 pages. Dated 7/25/1977. Consisting of a draft of the preface for his work entitled "Earth Poetry."

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

EVERSON, WILLIAM - MANUSCRIPT PREFACE FOR "EARTH POETRY" (1977): Other Types

6 23

 96980 Everson, William. 01/30/1981-01/30/1981   Everson, William. Autograph Manuscript Poem, 1 page. Dated 1/30/1981. First sentence: "Morning dawned clear."

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

EVERSON, WILLIAM - AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT POEM (1981): Other Types

6 24

 96981 Everson, William. 01/01/1945-12/31/1981   Everson, William. Autograph Manuscript Signed, 2 pages. Undated. Consisting of a review of "Shining Clarity."

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

EVERSON, WILLIAM - AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT SIGNED (UNDATED): Other Types

6 25

 96982 Everson, William. 01/12/1960-03/23/1968   Everson, William. 3 Autograph Letters Signed to Jerome Mazzaro. Dated 1960-1968. First letter: dated 1/12/1960, 1 page, regarding a set of poems sent to him. Second letter (with envelope): dated 11/20/1965, 4 pages, regarding a Lowell study by Mazzaro. Third letter: dated 3/23/1968, 1 page, indicating that because of his busy spring tour, he has no material to send.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

EVERSON, WILLIAM - CORRESP. TO MAZZARO, JEROME (1960-1968): Autographed Letter

MAZZARO, JEROME - CORRESP. FROM EVERSON, WILLIAM (1960-1968): Autographed Letter

6 26

 96983 Farley, James A. 12/07/1966-12/07/1966   Farley, James A. Typed Transcript: "Oral History Interview with James A. Farley by Raymond Henle, Director, December 7, 1966 at 515 Madison Avenue, New York, New York," 45 pages. For the Hoover Presidential Library.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

FARLEY, JAMES A. - INTERVIEW TRANSCRIPT OF HIM (1966): Transcript

HENLE, RAYMOND - INTERVIEW TRANSCRIPT BY HIM (1966): Transcript

7 1

 96984 Fisher, Miers. 11/29/1788-11/29/1788   Fisher, Miers. Autograph Letter Signed probably to James Phillips, 1 page. dated 11/29/1788. Consisting of a letter of authority for J.P. Brissot de Warville, the French anti-slavery campaigner. Miers Fisher was an American anti-slavery worker and Counsellor of the Philadelphia Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

FISHER, MIERS - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1788): Autographed Letter

BRISSOT DE WARVILLE, J.P. - LETTER OF AUTHORITY (1788): Autographed Letter

7 2

 96985 Ffoulke, Charles M. 05/11/1898-05/11/1898   Ffoulke, Charles M. Typed Manuscript: "Monograph on the Artemesia Series Composed of Ten Tapestries by Charles M. Ffoulke, May 11th 1898."

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

FFOULKE, CHARLES M. - TYPED MANUSCRIPT (1898): Other Types

7 3

 96986 [Fitzgerald, F. Scott]. 04/28/1920-04/28/1920   [Fitzgerald, F. Scott]. Autograph Letter Signed from Robert R. Dunlop to Frank E. Wilson, 4 pages. Dated 4/28/1920. Sending to Wilson clippings about Fitzgerald. Includes references to Isabel Kennett, Fran Gardner, Louise Whittaker, Eleanor Little, and Bill Morehead. Sent from Hotel del Coronado, Coronado Beach, California. Gift of Homer Vaughan Hervey.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

FITZGERALD, F. SCOTT - REFERENCE (1920): Autographed Letter

FITZGERALD, F. SCOTT - CLIPPINGS ABOUT HIM (1920): Printed Item

DUNLOP, ROBERT R. - CORRESP. TO WILSON, FRANK E. (1920): Autographed Letter

WILSON, FRANK E. - CORRESP. FROM DUNLOP, ROBERT R. (1920): Autographed Letter

KENNETT, ISABEL - REFERENCE (1920): Autographed Letter

GARNDER, FRAN - REFERENCE (1920): Autographed Letter

WHITTAKER, LOUISE - REFERENCE (1920): Autographed Letter

LITTLE, ELEANOR - REFERENCE (1920): Autographed Letter

MOREHEAD, BILL - REFERENCE (1920): Autographed Letter

7 4

 96987 Flaccus, Kimball. 01/01/1968-06/26/1969   Flaccus, Kimball. Printed Book of Poems: "Seventy New Poems" (Media, Pennsylvania, 1968). Also, Autograph Letter Signed dated 6/26/1969 from Flaccus to Herbert Faulkner West, indicating that he sent him 6 copies of "Seventy New Poems."

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

FLACCUS, KIMBALL - PRINTED BOOKLET: "SEVENTY NEW POEMS" (1968): Printed Item

FLACCUS, KIMBALL - CORRESP. TO WEST, HERBERT FAULKNER (1969): Autographed Letter

WEST, HERBERT FAULKNER - CORRESP. FROM FLACCUS, KIMBALL (1969): Autographed Letter

7 5

 96988 Forester, C.S. 04/10/1946-04/10/1946   Forester, C.S. Typed Letter Signed to his friend "Miss Thompson," 1 page. Dated 4/10/1946. Enclosing accompanying Autograph Manuscript Signed [retained] for the short story entitled "The Eleven Deck Chairs," 6 pages.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

FORESTER, C.S. - CORRESP. (1946): Typed Letter Signed

FORESTER, C.S. - AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT SIGNED: "11 DECK CHAIRS" (1946): Other Types

7 6

 96989 Forester, C.S. 04/10/1940-12/31/1969   Forester, C.S. Typed Manuscript (2 copies): "Can Dead Men Vote Twice?" Purchased from James Pepper Rare Books, Inc. Also, correspondence (photocopies) dated 1960-1969 regarding "Can Dead Men Vote Twice?" Correspondents include John Dale and J.D.P. Hodapp, Jr.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

FORESTER, C.S. - TYPED MANUSCRIPT (UNDATED): Other Types

"CAN DEAD MEN VOTE TWICE?" - TYPED MANUSCRIPT BY FORESTER, C.S. (ND): Other Types

DALE, JOHN - CORRESP. (1960S): Typed Letter Signed

HODAPP, J.D.P., JR. - CORRESP. (1960S): Typed Letter Signed

7 7

 96990 Foster, John W. 01/01/1911-12/31/1911   Foster, John W. Signed Photograph. Circa 1911. Taken by Brooks of Washington, D.C.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

FOSTER, JOHN W. - PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED (1911?): Photograph

7 8

 96916 Fox, George Croker. 03/05/1788-03/05/1788   Fox, George Croker. Autograph Letter Signed to his cousin, 2 pages. Regarding anti-slavery matters in Cornwall. Sent from Falmouth. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

FOX, GEORGE CROKER - CORRESP. RE: ANTI-SLAVERY (1788): Autographed Letter

7 8.5

 96991 Franklin, Benjamin. 04/22/1771-04/22/1771   Franklin, Benjamin. Autograph Letter Signed (lithographic copy) to Humphry Marshall, 2 pages. Dated 4/22/1771. Including ample discussion of non-importation and economic issues in the American colonies. Sent from London.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

FRANKLIN, BENJAMIN - CORRESP. TO MARSHALL, HUMPHRY (1771): Autographed Letter

MARSHALL, HUMPHRY - CORRESP. FROM FRANKLIN, BENJAMIN (1771): Autographed Letter

7 9

 96992 Franklin, Benjamin. 10/30/1785-10/30/1785   Franklin, Benjamin. Autograph Letter Signed to Catherine Shipley, 1 page. Dated 10/30/1785. Stating that Franklin is happy to be with his family and mentioning that he received her letter. Reference to Franklin's grandson and Mr. Williams. Sent from Philadelphia. Gift of Mrs. Morton Fearey, 12/2001.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

FRANKLIN, BENJAMIN - CORRESP. TO SHIPLEY, CATHERINE (1785): Autographed Letter

SHIPLEY, CATHERINE - CORRESP. FROM FRANKLIN, BENJAMIN (1785): Autographed Letter

7 10

 96993 [French and American Treaty]. 01/01/1880-01/31/1880   Autograph Document: "To the Honorable Commissioners under the French and American Treaty of January 1880," 7 pages.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

FRENCH AND AMERICAN TREATY OF 1880 - AUTOGRAPH DOCUMENT (1880): Other Types

7 11

 96994 Frey, Cunrat. 01/01/1442-12/31/1442   Frey, Cunrat. Autograph Manuscript Contract (in German and Latin) dated 1442, between the Prior, Wilhelm Amman, and the Brothers of the Convent of the Order of Our Lady, on the one hand, and Cunrat Frey, on the other hand, for masses to be said in the convent after his death, in exchange for a certain sum.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

AMMAN, WILHELM - DOCUMENT SIGNED (1442): Other Types

FREY, CUNRAT - DOCUMENT SIGNED (1442): Other Types

7 12

 96995 Frost, Robert. 04/06/1961-04/06/1961   Frost, Robert. Typed Letter Signed to Miss Nelligan, 1 page. Dated 4/6/1961. Regarding memories of Frost teaching in a evening school. Sent from Cambridge, Massachusetts. Gift of Charlotte Nelligan Pelissier, 1978.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

FROST, ROBERT - TYPED LETTER SIGNED (1978): Typed Letter Signed

7 13

 96996 Frost, Robert. 04/23/1932-04/23/1932   Frost, Robert. Photograph. Dated 4/23/1932. Depicting Robert Frost and Ben de Mier Miller of Washington, D.C. standing on the sidewalk next to a tree.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

FROST, ROBERT - PHOTOGRAPH (1932): Photograph

MILLER, BEN DE MIER - PHOTOGRAPH (1932): Photograph

7 14

 96997 Fry, Christopher. 03/24/1976-03/24/1976   Fry, Christopher. Autograph Letter Signed to William Magnes, 1 page. Dated 3/24/1976. Regarding how the title for the play "Ring Around the Moon" came to be. Together with a printed program of the play "Ring Round the Moon" presented by the Georgetown Workshop Theatre. Gift of Marie Price of Washington, D.C., 3/16/1981.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

FRY, CHRISTOPHER - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1976): Autographed Letter

"RING AROUND THE MOON" - PLAY - PROGRAM (1976): Autographed Letter

7 15

 96998 Fulcher, George Williams. 10/31/1832-10/31/1832   Fulcher, George Williams. Poet, bookseller, and printer. Autograph Letter Signed to Bernard Barton, 3 pages. Dated 10/31/1832. Thanking him for his appreciation of his poem "The Dying Child" and explaining how it came to be written. Together with Manuscript Poem: "The Dying Child." Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

FULCHER, GEORGE WILLIAMS - CORRESP. TO BARTON, BERNARD (1832): Autographed Letter

BARTON, BERNARD - CORRESP. FROM FULCHER, GEORGE WILLIAMS (1832): Autographed Letter

FULCHER, GEORGE WILLIAMS - MANUSCRIPT POEM: "DYING CHILD, THE" (1832): Other Types

7 16

 96999 Furness, Horace Howard. 07/25/1910-07/25/1910   Furness, Horace Howard. Autograph Letter Signed to "dearest Louise," 3 pages. Dated 7/25/1910? Thanking her for her kindness to his children on a recent visit. The children were pleased to see Louise. Furness also sends her a book. Sent from Wallingford, Delaware County, Pennsylvania. Found in Spec Coll 1910.E6.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

FURNESS, HORACE HOWARD - CORRESP. (1910?): Autographed Letter

7 17

 97000 Gale, Norman. 01/01/1862-12/31/1942   Gale, Norman. Autograph Letter Signed to Mr. Colton, 3 pages. Undated. Indicating that he is just getting back to work after a malady and informing him that he is returning a book to him. Found in Spec. Coll. 1893 .G3.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

GALE, NORMAN - CORRESP. (UNDATED): Autographed Letter

7 18

 97001 Galsworthy, John. 01/01/1867-12/31/1933   Galsworthy, John. Autograph Manuscript Signed: "Fraternity," 1 page. Gift of Mrs. David A. Baer.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

GALSWORTHY, JOHN - AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT SIGNED: "FRATERNITY" (UNDATED): Other Types

7 19

 97002 Gasquet, Francis. 09/03/1906-09/03/1906   Gasquet, Francis (Cardinal). Autograph Letter Signed to "Dear Sir," 2 pages. Dated 9/3/1906. Regarding the rule for nuns, mentioning the Benedictine Rule as a model for their life. Reference to Bishop Fox of Winchester. Sent from Downside Abbey, Stratton-on-the-Fosse, nr. bath. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

GASQUET, FRANCIS - CORRESP. (1906): Autographed Letter

7 20

 97003 Gaunt, William. 01/01/1900-12/31/2000   Gaunt, William. Autograph Manuscript Signed: "Artist's Model," 5 pages. Undated.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

GAUNT, WILLIAM - AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT SIGNED: "ARTIST'S MODEL,"UNDATED: Other Types

7 21

 97004 Gershwin, Ira. 12/18/1949-12/18/1949   Gershwin, Ira. Typed Letter Signed to Gerald P. Meyer, 1 page. Dated 12/18/1949. Regarding a script about George Gershwin to which Ira Gershwin suggests a few revisions. Sent from Beverly Hills, California. Found in a copy of "Journey to Greatness."

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

GERSHWIN, IRA - CORRESP. TO MEYER, GERALD P. (1949): Typed Letter Signed

MEYER, GERALD P. - CORRESP. FROM GERSHWIN, IRA (1949): Typed Letter Signed

GERSHWIN, GEORGE - REFERENCE IN A LETTER BY GERSHWIN, IRA (1949): Typed Letter Signed

7 22

 97005 Gibbons, James Cardinal. 01/01/1834-12/31/1921   Gibbons, James Cardinal. Autograph Note Signed to "Dear Father," 1 page. Undated. Expressing thanks for a message of condolence. Found in 1979 in the alumni file among the items presented to Georgetown University by Miss Ruth Robinson, granddaughter of James Ryder Randall.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

GIBBONS, JAMES CARDINAL - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED (UNDATED): Other Types

7 23

 97006 Gibson, William. 10/08/1782-10/08/1782   Gibson, William. Autograph Letter Signed to James Holker, 3 pages. Dated 10/4/1782. From Gibson as president of Au Grand College des Anglois at Douai, to Holker as French Consul at Philadelphia. Regarding training priests at Douai for Catholic missionary work in the United States. Gift of Paul Betz 3/20/2002.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

GIBSON, WILLIAM - CORRESP. TO HOLKER, JAMES (1782): Autographed Letter

HOLKER, JAMES - CORRESP. FROM GIBSON, WILLIAM (1782): Autographed Letter

7 24

 97007 Ginzburg, Ralph. 01/30/1985-01/30/1985   Ginzburg, Ralph. Typed Letter Signed to Georgetown University Library, 1 page. Dated 1/30/1985. Regarding his imprisonment in 1972 for publishing his magazine "Eros." The case reached the Supreme Court as Ginzburg v. United States. The letter reports that Ginzburg donated a set of "Eros" along with other publications. Sent from New York City.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

GINZBURG, RALPH - CORRESP. TO GEORGETOWN U. LIBRARY (1985): Typed Letter Signed

7 25

 97008 Godden, Rumer. 01/01/1957-12/31/1957   Godden, Rumer. Autograph Manuscript of the story of Holly and Ivy, 44 pages. Circa 1957. Purchased from William Reese Company, 3/1991.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

GODDEN, RUMER - AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT: "HOLLY AND IVY" (1957?): Other Types

7 26

 97009 Godden, Rumer. 12/22/1984-04/10/1985   Godden, Rumer. 3 Typed Letters Signed to Georgetown University Librarian Joseph E. Jeffs. First letter: dated 12/22/1984, 1 page, revealing that Godden's personal papers will go to Boston University but offering "In This House of Brede" to Georgetown University Library. Second letter: dated 3/8/1985, 1 page, regarding moving to a new house and being in Boston to meet Dr. Howard Gottlieb. Third letter (with envelope): dated 4/10/1985, 1 page, regarding the possibility of meeting him in New York.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

GODDEN, RUMER - CORRESP. TO JEFFS, JOSEPH E. (1984-1985): Autographed Letter

JEFFS, JOSEPH E. - CORRESP. FROM GODDEN, RUMER (1984-1985): Autographed Letter

7 27

 97010 Goebel, Ulf. 08/23/1982-08/23/1982   Goebel, Ulf. Autograph Card Signed to Georgetown University Librarian Joseph E. Jeffs, 1 page. Dated 8/23/1982. Thanking him for a note. Sent from Brooklyn, New York.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

GOEBEL, ULF - CORRESP. TO JEFFS, JOSEPH E. (1982): Other Types

JEFFS, JOSEPH E. - CORRESP. FROM GOEBEL, ULF (1982): Other Types

7 28

 97011 Goethe, Johann Wolfgang. 01/01/1749-12/31/1832   Goethe, Johann Wolfgang. Signed engraving. Undated. Also, Autograph Document (in German) which seems to be about the engraving, with references to Daniel Chodowiecki, Friedrich Nicolai, and Georg Melchior Kraus. Provenance: Eric F. Menke Collection, 1979.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

GOETHE, JOHANN WOLFGANG - ENGRAVING (UNDATED): Graphic Image

GOETHE, JOHANN WOLFGANG - SIGNATURE (UNDATED): Other Types

CHODOWIECKI, DANIEL - REFERENCE (UNDATED): Manuscript

NICOLAI, FRIEDRICH - REFERENCE (UNDATED): Manuscript

KRAUS, GEORG MELCHIOR - REFERENCE (UNDATED): Manuscript

7 29

 97012 Goss, Alexander. 12/06/1871-12/06/1871   Goss, Alexander (1814-1872), Roman Catholic Bishop of Liverpool. Autograph Letter Signed to "Dear Sir," 3 pages. Dated 12/6/1871. Regarding various traditions relating to mortality. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

GOSS, ALEXANDER - CORRESP. (1871): Autographed Letter

7 30

 97013 Grant, Ulysses S. 01/01/1868-12/31/1883   Grant, Ulysses S. Photograph of Ulysses S. Grant and Li Hung Chang. Undated. Also, published photographs of Yuan Shi Kai (11/1901?) and Li Hung Chang (undated).

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

GRANT, ULYSSES S. - PHOTOGRAPH W/ CHANG, LI HUNG (UNDATED): Photograph

CHANG, LI HUNG - PHOTOGRAPH W. GRANT, ULYSSES S. (UNDATED): Photograph

CHANG, LI HUNG - PHOTOGRAPH (UNDATED): Photograph

KAI, YUAN SHI - PHOTOGRAPH (1901?): Photograph

7 31

 97014 Greeley, Horace. 02/26/1854-02/26/1854   Greeley, Horace. Autograph Letter Signed to John Scammon, 2 pages. Dated 2/26/1854. In reference to Patrick Rourke, a longtime associate of Greeley in the printing business.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

GREELEY, HORACE - CORRESP. TO SCAMMON, JOHN (1854): Autographed Letter

SCAMMON, JOHN - CORRESP. FROM GREELEY, HORACE (1854): Autographed Letter

ROURKE, PATRICK - REFERENCE (1854): Autographed Letter

8 1

 97015 Greeley, Horace. 01/01/1850-12/31/1850   Greeley, Horace. Photograph. Undated. Taken by J. Gurney & Son of New York City. Gift of Leland Stanford Conness.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

GREELEY, HORACE - PHOTOGRAPH (UNDATED): Photograph

J. GURNEY & SONS - PHOTOGRAPHERS -PHOTOGRAPH OF GREELEY,HORACE UNDATED: Photograph

8 2

 97016 Green, Julian. 11/03/1982-11/03/1982   Green, Julian. Autograph Letter Signed (with envelope) to Georgetown University Librarian Joseph E. Jeffs, 1 page. Dated 11/3/1982. Acknowledging receipt of a letter and stating he is looking forward to seeing him in Paris. Sent from Paris.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

GREEN, JULIAN - CORRESP. TO JEFFS, JOSEPH E. (1982): Autographed Letter

JEFFS, JOSEPH E. - CORRESP. FROM GREEN, JULIAN (1982): Autographed Letter

8 3

 97017 Greene, Graham. 10/27/1952-10/27/1952   Greene, Graham. Typed Letter Signed (with envelope) to Jerry B. Weingart, 1 page. Dated 10/27/1952. Informing him that he rarely uses notes when writing and never writes synopses. Sent from London to University Heights, Ohio.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

GREENE, GRAHAM - CORRESP. TO WEINGART, JERRY B. (1952): Typed Letter Signed

WEINGART, JERRY - CORRESP. FROM GREENE, GRAHAM (1952): Typed Letter Signed

8 4

 97018 Greene, Graham. 07/08/1954-07/08/1954   Greene, Graham. Typed Letter Signed (with envelope) to Jerry B. Weingart, 1 page. Dated 7/8/1954. Stating he cannot travel to America easily because he was a communist for four weeks at the age of 19. Reference to McCarthyism. Sent from London to Shaker Heights, Ohio.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

GREENE, GRAHAM - CORRESP. TO WEINGART, JERRY B. (1954): Typed Letter Signed

WEINGART, JERRY - CORRESP. FROM GREENE, GRAHAM (1954): Typed Letter Signed

MCCARTHYISM - REFERENCE BY GREENE, GRAHAM (1954): Typed Letter Signed

8 5

 97019 Greene, Graham. 07/14/1955-07/14/1955   Greene, Graham. Typed Letter Signed to Jerry B. Weingart, 1 page. Dated 7/14/1955. Expressing that he is happy Weinhart liked "The Living Room" and making reference to Dorothy Tutin. Greene indicates that his new novel "The Quiet American" will be coming out in England, and he is unsure who will publish it in America.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

GREENE, GRAHAM - CORRESP. TO WEINGART, JERRY B. (1955): Typed Letter Signed

WEINGART, JERRY - CORRESP. FROM GREENE, GRAHAM (1955): Typed Letter Signed

8 6

 97020 Greene, Graham. 04/16/1956-04/16/1956   Greene, Graham. Typed Letter Signed to Jerry B. Weingart, 1 page. Dated 4/16/1956. Expressing pleasure that Weingart enjoyed "The Quiet American." Reference to Miriam Clippinger. Sent from London to Cleveland, Ohio.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

GREENE, GRAHAM - CORRESP. TO WEINGART, JERRY B. (1956): Typed Letter Signed

WEINGART, JERRY - CORRESP. FROM GREENE, GRAHAM (1956): Typed Letter Signed

8 7

 97021 Greene, Graham. 05/06/1939-05/06/1939   Greene, Graham. Typescript: "The Great Jowett," 24 pages. The script was for the BBC radio production, 5/6/1939. With small corrections or insertions in the author's hand. Acquired 11/1997 ex libris W.J. West.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

GREENE, GRAHAM - TYPESCRIPT: "GREAT JOWETT" (1939): Other Types

"GREAT JOWETT" - TYPESCRIPT BY GREENE, GRAHAM (1939): Other Types

8 8

 97022 Greene, Graham. 01/01/1981-12/31/1981   Greene, Graham. Galley Proofs: "The Great Jowett." Complete set of galley proofs for the first edition (Bodley Head, 1981) bearing corrections in the author's hand and further corrections in the hand of the publisher's editor and the printer's reader. Acquired 11/1997 ex libris W.J. West.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

GREENE, GRAHAM - GALLEY PROOFS: "GREAT JOWETT" (1981): Printed Item

"GREAT JOWETT" - PROOFS BY GREENE, GRAHAM (1981): Printed Item

8 9

 97024 Grewe, Wilhelm G. 11/27/1970-11/27/1970   Grewe, Wilhelm G. Typed Letter Signed (in German) to Herbert von Borch. Dated 11/27/1970. Indicating that Grewe's book will be delivered and asking that the "Southern Newspaper" review the book. Sent from Brussels.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

GREWE, WILHELM G. - CORRESP. TO BORCH, HERBERT VON (1970): Typed Letter Signed

BORCH, HERBERT VON - CORRESP. FROM GREWE, WILHELM G. (1970): Typed Letter Signed

8 10

 97025 Grove, Lee. 01/01/1936-12/31/1936   Grove, Lee. Autograph Letter Signed (with envelope) to him from Winifred Van Etten, 2 pages. Dated 8/19/1936. Regarding the book "I Am the Fox." Sent from Mount Vernon, Iowa. Also includes Typed Manuscript dated 1936: biographical sketch of Van Etten.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

VAN ETTEN, WINIFRED - CORRESP. TO GROVE, LEE (1936): Autographed Letter

VAN ETTEN, WINIFRED - BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH (1936): Other Types

8 11

 97026 Guinness, Alec (Sir). 10/21/1980-10/21/1980   Guinness, Alec (Sir). Autograph Letter Signed to Georgetown University Librarian Joseph E. Jeffs, 1 page. Dated 10/21/1980. Saying he wants his letters to go to his wife or son. Sent from London.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

GUINNESS, ALEC (SIR) - CORRESP. TO JEFFS, JOSEPH E. (1980): Autographed Letter

JEFFS, JOSEPH E. - CORRESP. FROM GUINNESS, ALEC (SIR) (1980): Autographed Letter

8 12

 97027 Guiney, Louise Imogen. 04/03/1893-09/24/1906   Guiney, Louise Imogen. Autograph Letter Signed (photocopy) to Edward I. Devitt, S.J., 2 pages. Dated 4/3/1893. Thanking him for a lovely Easter service. Also, Autograph Letter Signed (photocopy) dated 9/24/1906 from Guiney to Henry J. Shandelle, S.J., regarding recommending her to Father Wynne.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

GUINEY, LOUISE IMOGEN - CORRESP. TO DEVITT, EDWARD I. (1893): Autographed Letter

GUINEY, LOUISE IMOGEN - CORRESP. TO SHANDELLE, HENRY J. (1906): Autographed Letter

DEVITT, EDWARD I., S.J. - CORRESP. FROM GUINEY, LOUISE IMOGEN (1893): Autographed Letter

GUINEY, LOUISE IMOGEN - CORRESP. TO SHANDELLE, HENRY J. (1906): Autographed Letter

SHANDELLE, HENRY J. - CORRESP. FROM GUINEY, LOUISE IMOGEN (1906): Autographed Letter

8 13

 97028 Gunn, Thom. 06/13/1962-06/13/1962   Gunn, Thom. Autograph Letter Signed (with envelope) to J.H. Rieger, 1 page. Dated 6/13/1962. Expressing thanks for a good review. Sent from San Francisco, California to Cambridge, Massachusetts. Gift of Patrick Sheehy via Jerry Wynuck, 6/1996.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

GUNN, THOM - CORRESP. TO RIEGER, J.H. (1962): Autographed Letter

RIEGER, J.M. - CORRESP. FROM GUNN, THOM (1962): Autographed Letter

8 14

 97029 Hale, Edward Everett. 09/20/1892-09/20/1892   Hale, Edward Everett. Autograph Letter Signed (photocopy) to his cousin, 1 page. Dated 9/20/1892. Regarding a note to Mr. Brynton[?]. Sent from Roxbury, Massachusetts. The original is pasted into the front board of Spec. Coll. 78A7.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

HALE, EDWARD EVERETT - CORRESP. (1892): Autographed Letter

8 15

 97030 Hale, Eugene. 10/21/1918-10/21/1918   Hale, Eugene, U.S. Senator. Signature. The signature reads, "Eugene Hale, Ellsworth, Maine." Also, Newspaper notice of his death, dated 10/21/1918.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

HALE, EUGENE - SIGNATURE (UNDATED): Other Types

HALE, EUGENE - DEATH NOTICE (1918): Printed Item

8 16

 97031 Hampton, Christopher. 01/01/1960-12/31/2000   Hampton, Christopher. Autograph Manuscript Signed: "Origin of music," 1 page. Undated. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

HAMPTON, CHRISTOPHER - AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT SIGNED (UNDATED): Other Types

8 17

 97032 Hancock, John. 01/01/1765-12/31/1877   Hancock, John. Engraving of John Hancock's House: "Hancock House." Also, engraving of Hancock dated 1765 with his signature. And, 1 Autograph Letter Signed dated 2/16/1767 from Hancock to Mathew Woodford at Southampton, regarding payments; sent from Boston. "Hancock House" engraving was presented to Georgetown by William T. Connolly in 1887. The Hancock letter was given to Rev. John B. Guida, S.J. of Georgetown by Charles P. Greenough, who had received it from Charles L. Hancock, grandnephew of John Hancock.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

HANCOCK HOUSE - ENGRAVING (UNDATED): Graphic Image

HANCOCK, JOHN - ENGRAVING (1765): Graphic Image

HANCOCK, JOHN - SIGNATURE (1765): Other Types

HANCOCK, JOHN - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1767): Autographed Letter

8 18

 97033 Harbottle. 01/01/1846-12/31/1846   Harbottle's "C. Cornelii Taciti: Opera Quae Supersunt, Ad Optimorum Librorum Fidem, Recensuit Atque in Scholarum Usun Edidit 10. Gaspar Orellios, Volumen I," 1846, with handwritten notes.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

HARBOTTLE - HANDWRITTEN NOTES (1846): Other Types

8 19

 97034 Hardy, Thomas. 07/01/1893-07/01/1893   Hardy, Thomas. Autograph Letter Signed to Edmund Gosse, 1 page. Dated 7/1/1893. Indicating that he just returned from Ireland and that he cannot get together tomorrow. Removed from Hardy's "Desperate Remedies," David A. Baer's copy, gift of Ruth Baer, 1980.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

HARDY, THOMAS - CORRESP. TO GOSSE, EDMUND (1893): Autographed Letter

GOSSE, EDMUND WILLIAM - CORRESP. FROM HARDY, THOMAS (1893): Autographed Letter

8 20

 97035 Harris, Frank. 01/01/1855-12/31/1931   Harris, Frank. Handwritten Notes in a volume of Henry Atwell's "Pensees of Joubert" (1896).

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

HARRIS, FRANK - HANDWRITTEN NOTES (UNDATED): Other Types

ATWELL, HENRY - PRINTED ITEM BY HIM:"PENSEES OF JOUBERT" (1896): Printed Item

JOUBERT, JOSEPH - PRINTED ITEM ABOUT HIM (1896): Printed Item

8 21

 97036 Harris, Frank. 09/02/1917-09/02/1917   Harris, Frank. Typed Letter Signed (with ample notations) to Jack Carney, 1 page. Dated 9/2/1917. Harris, editor of Pearson's Magazine, writes to Carney, a journalist with Socialist leanings, expressing interest in Carney's article "Kaiserism in the Copper Industry." Sent from New York City to Bute, Montana. Purchased from Walter R. Benjamin, 8/1978.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

HARRIS, FRANK - CORRESP. TO CARNEY, JACK (1917): Typed Letter Signed

CARNEY, JACK - CORRESP. FROM HARRIS, FRANK (1917): Typed Letter Signed

8 22

 97037 Harris, Frank. 10/16/1917-10/16/1917   Harris, Frank. Typed Letter Signed to Jack Carney, 1 page. Dated 10/16/1917. Harris, editor of Pearson's Magazine, states that Person's has gone into bankruptcy so he has not published Carney's article. Purchased from Walter R. Benjamin, 8/1978.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

HARRIS, FRANK - CORRESP. TO CARNEY, JACK (1917): Autographed Letter

CARNEY, JACK - CORRESP. FROM HARRIS, FRANK (1917): Autographed Letter

8 23

 97038 Harris, Frank. 09/17/1918-09/17/1918   Harris, Frank. Typed Letter Signed to Jack Carney, 1 page. Dated 9/17/1918. Harris, editor of Pearson's Magazine, writes that the October 1918 issue will be special. Purchased from Walter R. Benjamin, 8/1978.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

HARRIS, FRANK - CORRESP. TO CARNEY, JACK (1918): Autographed Letter

CARNEY, JACK - CORRESP. FROM HARRIS, FRANK (1918): Autographed Letter

8 24

 97039 Harris, Frank. 03/10/1927-03/10/1927   harris, Frank. Typed Letter Signed to Leon Hass, 1 page. Dated 3/10/1927. Harris writes to to Hass, of the Scott County Savings Bank in Davenport, Iowa, acknowledging that the third installment of "My Life" is finished. Sent from Nice, France.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

HARRIS, FRANK - CORRESP. TO HASS, LEON H. (1927): Autographed Letter

HASS, LEON H. - CORRESP. FROM HARRIS, FRANK (1927): Autographed Letter

8 25

 97040 Hawthorne, Julian. 12/28/1881-12/28/1881   Hawthorne, Julian. Autograph Letter Signed to "Dear Mr. Payne," 1 page. Dated 12/28/1881. Stating that he will quell his rebellious spirit until the new year; describing Kinsale, Ireland; and wishing him a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Sent from Kinsale, Ireland.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

HAWTHORNE, JULIAN - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1887): Autographed Letter

KINSALE - IRELAND - REFERENCE IN CORRESP. OF HAWTHORNE, JULIAN (1881): Autographed Letter

8 26

 97041 Hawthorne, Julian. 03/18/1889-03/18/1889   Hawthorne, Julian. Autograph Letter Signed to Ernest Ingersoll, 2 pages. Dated 3/18/1889. Reporting that he sent the story "Lieutenant Louisa." Sent from Scotch Plains, New Jersey. Purchased from Walter Benjamin, 8/1978.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

HAWTHORNE, JULIAN - CORRESP. TO INGERSOLL, ERNEST (1889): Autographed Letter

INGERSOLL, ERNEST - CORRESP. FROM HAWTHORNE, JULIAN (1889): Autographed Letter

8 27

 97042 Hawthorne, Julian. 12/08/1890-12/08/1890   Hawthorne, Julian. Autograph Letter Signed to "My dear Mr. Price," 3 pages. Dated 12/8/1890. Discussing the practice of requesting authors' autographs and explaining how he came to write "Archibald Mamaison[?]" in 1878. Sent from Sag Harbor, New York.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

HAWTHORNE, JULIAN - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1890): Autographed Letter

8 28

 97043 Hay, John. 02/13/1899-02/13/1899   Hay, John. Typed Letter Signed to Edward Douglass White, 2 pages. Dated 2/13/1899. Regarding the mission of Archbishop John Hughes in England and France during the American Civil War. Sent from Department of State, Washington, D.C.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

HAY, JOHN - CORRESP. TO WHITE, EDWARD DOUGLASS (1899): Typed Letter Signed

WHITE, EDWARD DOUGLASS - CORRESP. FROM HAY, JOHN (1899): Typed Letter Signed

8 29

 97044 Hecht, Anthony. 04/10/1981-04/10/1981   Hecht, Anthony. Typed Letter Signed (photocopy) from Georgetown University English professor Philip Herzbrun, 1 page. Dated 4/10/1981. Enclosing a poem [retained in this folder] about Hecht receiving an honorary degree from Georgetown.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

HECHT, ANTHONY - CORRESP. FROM HERZBRUN, PHILIP (1981): Typed Letter Signed

HERZBRUN, PHILIP - CORRESP. TO HECHT, ANTHONY (1981): Typed Letter Signed

HECHT, ANTHONY - POEM ABOUT HIM (1981): Other Types

8 30

 97045 Hecht, Anthony. 04/14/1981-04/14/1981   Hecht, Anthony. Professor of English at the University of Rochester. Typed Letter Signed to Georgetown University English professor Philip Herzbrun. Dated 4/14/1981. Thanking him for the poem about Hecht and discussing honorary degrees.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

HERZBRUN, PHILIP - CORRESP. FROM HECHT, ANTHONY (1981): Typed Letter Signed

HECHT, ANTHONY - CORRESP. TO HERZBRUN, PHILIP (1981): Typed Letter Signed

8 31

 97046 Hecht, Anthony. 09/21/1982-09/21/1982   Hecht, Anthony. Typed Letter Signed to Georgetown University Librarian Joseph E. Jeffs. Dated 9/21/1982. From Hecht as Library of Congress Consultant in Poetry to Jeffs, expressing hopes of visiting Georgetown University Library.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

HECHT, ANTHONY - CORRESP. TO JEFFS, JOSEPH E. (1982): Typed Letter Signed

JEFFS, JOSEPH E. - CORRESP. FROM HECHT, ANTHONY (1982): Typed Letter Signed

8 32

 97047 Hecht, Anthony. 01/01/1981-12/31/1982   Hecht, Anthony. Autograph Letter Signed to "Dear Philip [Herzbrun?]," 1 page. Undated. Regarding Nicholas Kilmer's version of Pierre de Ronsard.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

HECHT, ANTHONY - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (UNDATED): Autographed Letter

KILMER, NICHOLAS - REFERENCE (UNDATED): Autographed Letter

ROSNARD, PIERRE DE - REFERENCE (UNDATED): Autographed Letter

8 33

 97048 Henry, Patrick. 05/19/1784-05/19/1786   Henry, Patrick. Document Signed as Governor of Virginia, 2 pages. Dated 5/19/178?, Regarding a tract of land in Virginia.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

HENRY, PATRICK - DOCUMENT SIGNED (178?): Other Types

8 34

 97049 Hibben, Paxton. 05/22/1925-07/03/1925   Hibben, Paxton. 2 Typed Letters Signed to "Dear Jamie." Dated 5/22/1925 and 7/3/1925. From Hibben, on the American Committee for Relief of Russian Children letterhead, mostly regarding travel preparations, including mention of traveling to Russia.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

HIBBEN, PAXTON - TYPED LETTERS SIGNED (1925): Typed Letter Signed

AMERICAN COMMITTEE FOR RELIEF OF RUSSIAN CHILDREN - TYPED LETTERS 1925: Typed Letter Signed

8 35

 97050 Holmes, Oliver Wendell. 12/13/1880-12/24/1880   Holmes, Oliver Wendell. Autograph Letter Signed to "My dear Sir," 1 page. Dated 12/13/1880. Regarding the disposition of a book of Fr. Ryan's poems that was sent to Holmes. Sent from Boston. Also, a second letter: dated 12/24/1880 from Holmes to "My dear Sir," sending back the book of Fr. Ryan's poems; sent from Boston.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

HOLMES, OLIVER WENDELL - AUTOGRAPH LETTERS SIGNED (1880): Autographed Letter

8 36

 97051 Hoover, Herbert. 01/01/1930-12/31/1931   Hoover, Herbert. Printed Document Signed: "Thanksgiving Day--1930, By the President of the United States of America, A Proclamation," 1 page. Also, Typed Letter Signed dated 1/14/1931 from Lawrence Richey, Secretary to President Hoover, regarding the autograph copy of the Thanksgiving Day Proclamation. And, 2 Typed Letters Signed dated 1/12/1931 and 1/15/1931 from U.S. Senator Tom Connally to Roger Ashley [John S. Mayfield] at Southern Methodist University, regarding a request for the autographed statement by Hoover.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

HOOVER, HERBERT - DOCUMENT SIGNED (1930): THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION: Other Types

THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION - 1930 - DOCUMENT SIGNED BY HOOVER, HERBERT: Other Types

CONNALLY, TOM - CORRESP. TO ASHLEY, ROGER (1931): Typed Letter Signed

ASHLEY, ROGER - CORRESP. FROM CONNALLY, TOM (1931): Typed Letter Signed

8 37

 97052 Howells, William Dean. 02/23/1911-02/23/1911   Howells, William Dean. Autograph Letter Signed to "Dear Miss Cress," 1 page. Dated 2/23/1911. Saying that he enjoyed speaking about Venice.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

HOWELLS, WILLIAM DEAN - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1911): Autographed Letter

8 38

 97053 Humphrey, Hubert H. 01/17/1968-01/17/1968   Humphrey, Hubert H. Typed Letter Signed to Eugene J. McCarthy, 1 page. Dated 1/17/1968. From Humphrey as U.S. Vice President to McCarthy as U.S. Senator, informing him of a three day Youth Opportunity Conference in 1968. Sent from Washington, D.C.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

HUMPHREY, HUBERT H. - CORRESP. TO MCCARTHY, EUGENE J. (1968): Typed Letter Signed

MCCARTHY, EUGENE J. - CORRESP. FROM HUMPHREY, HUBERT H. (1968): Typed Letter Signed

8 39

 97054 Humphrey, Hubert H. 07/27/1968-08/09/1968   Humphrey, Hubert H. 2 Typed Letters Signed to Ernest W. Wilkerson. Dated 7/27/1968 and 8/9/1968. Regarding a statement on Vietnam which Humphrey will soon make and regarding the biography of Humphrey entitled "A Man For All People."

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

HUMPHREY, HUBERT H. - CORRESP. TO WILKERSON, ERNEST W. (1968): Typed Letter Signed

WILKERSON, ERNEST W. - CORRESP. FROM HUMPHREY, HUBERT H. (1968): Typed Letter Signed

8 40

 97055 Humphrey, Hubert H. 08/09/1968-09/14/1968   Humphrey, Hubert H. 2 Typed Letters Signed dated 8/9/1968 and 9/14/1968 from U.S. Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey to John M. Coleman of Easton, Pennsylvania, regarding the biography "A Man For All People," Vietnam, and the Presidential campaign of 1968.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

HUMPHREY, HUBERT H. - CORRESP. TO COLEMAN, JOHN M. (1968): Typed Letter Signed

COLEMAN, JOHN M. - CORRESP. FROM HUMPHREY, HUBERT H. (1968): Typed Letter Signed

8 41

 97056 Humphrey, Hubert H. 09/15/1969-09/15/1969   Humphrey, Hubert H. Typed Letter Signed to Robert L. McCan of Dag Hammarskjold College, 1 page. Dated 9/15/1969. Agreeing to participate in a symposium, "The Relevant Ghandi."

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

HUMPHREY, HUBERT H. - CORRESP. TO MCCAN, ROBERT L. (1969): Typed Letter Signed

MCCAN, ROBERT L. - CORRESP. FROM HUMPHREY, HUBERT H. (1969): Typed Letter Signed

8 42

 97057 Humphrey, Hubert H. 09/09/1968-10/09/1968   Humphrey, Hubert H. 2 Typed Letters Signed. Dated 9/9/1968 and 10/9/1968. From U.S. Vice President Humphrey to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson, regarding recent violence in Chicago and regarding Humphrey's candidacy for president.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

HUMPHREY, HUBERT H. - CORRESP. TO JOHNSON, KENNETH L. (1968): Typed Letter Signed

JOHNSON, KENNETH L. - CORRESP. FROM HUMPHREY, HUBERT H. (1968): Typed Letter Signed

8 43

 97058 Humphrey, Hubert H. 11/18/1977-11/18/1977   Humphrey, Hubert H. Typed Letter Signed to "Dear Friends," 1 page. Dated 11/18/1977. Remembering the late Rev. Daniel E. Power, S.J., longtime program director of Georgetown University Forum.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

HUMPHREY, HUBERT H. - TYPED LETTER SIGNED (1977): Typed Letter Signed

8 44

 97059 Hunt, William Holman. 11/15/1892-11/15/1892   Hunt, William Holman. Autograph Letter Signed to "Dear Sir," 7 pages. Dated 11/15/1892. Hunt (1827-1910) was an English pre-Raphaelite artist. Written on embossed Draycott Lodge, Fullham stationery. Outlining his business terms for the exhibiting and engraving of his paintings "The Triumph of the Innocents" and "May Morning on Magdalen Tower." Acquired from Leonard Roberts, Vancouver, B.C. 1/2004,

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

HUNT, WILLIAM HENRY - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1892): Autographed Letter

8 45

 97060 Hunt, William Holman. 01/01/1827-12/31/1910   Hunt, William Holman. Autograph Note Signed to "My dear Tom," 1 page. Expressing a desire to speak with him. Acquired from Leonard Roberts, Vancouver, B.C. 7/27/2003.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

HUNT, WILLIAM HENRY - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED (UNDATED): Other Types

8 46

 97061 Ingersoll, Robert G. 03/31/1877-03/31/1877   Ingersoll, Robert G. Autograph Letter Signed to Lewis Edwin Payson, 1 page. Dated 3/31/1877. Payson was a U.S. Representative from Illinois. Regarding a bond suit.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

INGERSOLL, ROBERT G. - CORRESP. TO PAYSON, LEWIS EDWIN (1877): Autographed Letter

PAYSON, LEWIS EDWIN - CORRESP. FROM INGERSOLL, ROBERT G. (1877): Autographed Letter

9 1

 97062 Ingersoll, Robert G. 11/05/1881-11/05/1881   Ingersoll, Robert G. Autograph Letter Signed to Oliver Johnson, 4 pages. Dated 11/5/1881. Asking that not a word be written about Ingersoll.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

INGERSOLL, ROBERT G. - CORRESP. TO JOHNSON, OLIVER (1881): Autographed Letter

JOHNSON, OLIVER - CORRESP. FROM INGERSOLL, ROBERT G. (1881): Autographed Letter

9 2

 97063 Ingersoll, Robert G. 06/24/1887-06/24/1887   Ingersoll, Robert G. Autograph Letter Signed (with envelope) to Charles K. Ladd, 2 pages. Dated 6/24/1887. Providing Ingersoll's thoughts on liberty.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

INGERSOLL, ROBERT G. - CORRESP. TO LADD, CHARLES K. (1887): Autographed Letter

LADD, CHARLES K. - CORRESP. FROM INGERSOLL, ROBERT G. (1887): Autographed Letter

9 3

 97064 Ingersoll, Robert G. 12/17/1892-12/17/1892   Ingersoll, Robert G. Autograph Letter Signed to J.M. Hill, 3 pages. Dated 12/17/1892. Relating that he holds Mrs. F. Cooper Clarke in high esteem.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

INGERSOLL, ROBERT G. - CORRESP. TO HILL, J.M. (1892): Autographed Letter

HILL, J.M. - CORRESP. FROM INGERSOLL, ROBERT G. (1892): Autographed Letter

CLARKE, F. COOPER, MRS. - REFERENCE (1892): Autographed Letter

9 4

 97065 Ingersoll, Robert G. 03/13/1886-06/03/1887   Ingersoll, Robert G. Ledger/diary of Ingersoll, lawyer and orator, listing his day-by-day activities and describing his cases, the principals involved, and the fees collected.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

INGERSOLL, ROBERT G. - DIARY/LEDGER (1886-1887): Other Types

9 5

 97066 Ionesco, Eugene. 12/04/1976-12/04/1976   Ionesco, Eugene. Typed Letter Signed (in French) to Georgetown University President Rev. Timothy Healy, S.J., 1 page. Dated 12/4/1976. Thanking him and Roger Bensky for their help. This item was Bensky's copy.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

IONESCO, EUGENE - CORRESP. TO HEALY, TIMOTHY (1976): Typed Letter Signed

HEALY, TIMOTHY - CORRESP. FROM IONESCO, EUGENE (1976): Typed Letter Signed

9 6

 97067 Ionesco, Eugene. 11/22/1977-11/22/1977   Ionesco, Eugene. Typed Letter (copy; in French) to Georgetown University Academic Vice President Rev. Aloysius P. Kelly, 1 page. Dated 11/22/1977. Lamenting the possibility that foreign language doctoral programs might be ended.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

IONESCO, EUGENE - CORRESP. TO KELLEY, ALOYSIUS P. (1977): Typed Letter Signed

KELLEY, ALOYSIUS P. - CORRESP. FROM IONESCO, EUGENE (1977): Typed Letter Signed

9 7

 97068 Ionesco, Eugene. 11/22/1977-11/22/1977   Ionesco, Eugene. Typed Letter Signed (copy; in French) to Roger Bensky, 1 page. Dated 11/22/1977. To Bensky as chairman of the French Department at Georgetown University, sending him a copy of the letter he sent to Rev. Aloysius P. Kelly about Ph.D. programs in foreign languages. Gift of Dr. Bensky.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

IONESCO, EUGENE - CORRESP. TO BENSKY, ROGER (1977): Typed Letter Signed

BENSKY, ROGER - CORRESP. FROM IONESCO, EUGENE (1977): Typed Letter Signed

9 8

 97069 Ionesco, Eugene. 08/14/1978-08/14/1978   Ionesco, Eugene. Handwritten note (in French) to Roger Bensky, 1 page. A letter of thanks. Written on one of the introductory pages to "La Lecon." Gift of Dr. Bensky.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

IONESCO, EUGENE - INSCRIBED ITEM (1978): Other Types

9 9

 97070 Ionesco, Eugene. 11/19/1979-11/19/1979   Ionesco, Eugene. Typed Letter Signed (in French) to Roger Bensky, 1 page. Dated 11/19/1979. Touching on arrangements for a projected visit to Georgetown, with two concluding sentences in Ionesco's hand. Gift of Dr. Bensky.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

IONESCO, EUGENE - CORRESP. TO BENSKY, ROGER (1979): Typed Letter Signed

BENSKY, ROGER - CORRESP. FROM IONESCO, EUGENE (1979): Typed Letter Signed

9 10

 97071 Ionesco, Eugene. 10/30/1981-10/30/1981   Ionesco, Eugene. Typed Letter Signed (in French) to Roger Bensky, 1 page. Dated 10/30/1981. Mentioning sending a letter of confirmation to Madame Adelheid Byrnes. Gift of Dr. Bensky.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

IONESCO, EUGENE - CORRESP. TO BENSKY, ROGER (1981): Typed Letter Signed

BENSKY, ROGER - CORRESP. FROM IONESCO, EUGENE (1981): Typed Letter Signed

9 11

 97072 Ionesco, Eugene. 10/30/1970-10/30/1989   Ionesco, Eugene. Autograph Manuscript Signed (in French):"Le Maitre," 21 pages. Undated.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

IONESCO, EUGENE - AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT SIGNED (UNDATED): Other Types

9 12

 97073 Isacsson, Alfred. 07/01/1957-07/31/1957   Isacsson, Alfred, O.Carm. Typed Manuscript: "A Biography of John Surratt," 71 pages. Dated 7/1957. A Dissertation submitted to the Faculty of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences of Saint Bonaventure University in Partial fulfillment for the Degree of Master of Arts, Saint Bonaventure University.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

ISACSSON, ALFRED - TYPED MANUSCRIPT:"BIOGRAPHY OF JOHN SURRATT" (1957): Other Types

SURRATT, JOHN - TYPED MANUSCRIPT ABOUT HIM (1957): Other Types

9 13

 97075 Isherwood, Christopher. 08/07/1978-08/07/1978   Isherwood, Christopher. Autograph Note Signed to Mark Spano, 1 page. Dated 8/7/1978. Regarding upcoming plans to go to London or New York which are uncertain.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

ISHERWOOD, CHRISTOPHER - CORRESP. TO SPANO, MARK (1978): Other Types

SPANO, MARK - CORRESP. FROM ISHERWOOD, CHRISTOPHER (1978): Other Types

9 14

 97076 Israeli, B. 01/01/1800-12/31/1950   1 undated card: "Compliments of B. Israeli, B.A."

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

ISRAELI, B. - CARD (UNDATED): Printed Item

9 15

 97077 . 01/01/1900-01/01/1900   .

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

BRANCACCIO, STEFANO - LETTER (1681): Autographed Letter

CORDICELLI, GIOVANNI - RECEIPT (1743): Other Types

FANTINI, FILIPPO - LETTER (1899): Autographed Letter

0 0

 97078 James, Henry. 04/12/1843-04/12/1916   James, Henry. Autograph Letter Signed to Mrs. George W. Smalley, 1 page. Dated 4/12[/no year] Stating he will welcome home the prodigal daughter. Removed from "The Private Life," David A. Baer's copy. Gift of Ruth Baer, 1980.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

JAMES, HENRY - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (UNDATED): Autographed Letter

9 16

 97415 Jeapes, Tony. 07/12/1982-07/12/1982   Jeapes, Tony. Autograph Letter Signed, 4 pages. Dated 7/12/1982. From Jeapes as Commander-in-Chief of the British fleet to George Tanham, with lengthy description of the Falkland War campaign.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

JEAPES, TONY - CORRESP. TO TANHAM, GEORGE (1982): Autographed Letter

TANHAM, GEORGE - CORRESP. FROM JEAPES, TONY (1982): Autographed Letter

FALKLAND WAR - CORRESP. ABOUT IT (1982): Autographed Letter

9 17

 97079 Jellicoe, Ann. 01/01/1976-12/31/1976   Jellicoe, Ann. Autograph Manuscript Signed (no title), 1 page. Dated 1976.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

JELLICOE, ANN - AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT SIGNED (1976): Other Types

9 18

 97080 [Jesuit Manuscript]. 01/01/1800-12/31/1900   Jesuit manuscript regarding 19th century Society of Jesus; item for novices, perhaps. Appears to concern universal warnings and methods lest someone go away from perfection. Seems to be a guidebook for proper conduct. Includes theological discussions.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

JESUIT MANUSCRIPT - AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT (EARLY 1800S): Other Types

9 19

 97081 [Jesuit Manuscript]. 01/01/1775-12/31/1775   Autograph Manuscript: "Collection of Manuscripts, Some of Which Were Published and Circulated, on the Affairs of the Jesuits in the Kingdoms of Portugal and France, and in Defense of the Same in Italy." Circa 1775.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

JESUITS - PORTUGAL - MANUSCRIPT (1775?): Other Types

JESUITS - FRANCE - MANUSCRIPT (1775?): Other Types

9 20

 97082 [Jesuit Manuscript]. 01/01/1800-12/31/1800   1 undated Jesuit Manuscript, 8 pages. Seems to concern monetary issues.

9 21

 97083 Jewell, Charles. 01/01/1750-12/31/1799   Jewell, Charles. Autograph Manuscript: "Observations for the Use of the Barometer," 1 page. Circa 18th century.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

JEWELL, CHARLES - MANUSCRIPT RE: BAROMETER (18TH CENTURY?): Other Types

BAROMETER - MANUSCRIPT BY JEWELL, CHARLES RE: USE OF (18TH CENTURY?): Other Types

9 22

 97084 Jewitt, John Rodgers. 11/12/1817-11/12/1817   Jewitt, John Rodgers. Autograph Letter Signed (and 2 transcriptions) to Robert Barnard, 3 pages. Dated 11/12/1817. Providing biographical information about Jewitt. Sent from Middletown, Connecticut.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

JEWITT, JOHN RODGERS - CORRESP. TO BARNARD, ROBERT (1817): Autographed Letter

BARNARD, ROBERT - CORRESP. FROM JEWITT, JOHN RODGERS (1817): Autographed Letter

9 23

 97088 Johnson, Alexander Bryan. 03/24/1865-03/24/1865   Johnson, Alexander Bryan. Autograph Letter Signed to Edward McPherson, 1 page. Dated 3/24/1865. Regarding pamphlets written by Johnson. Sent from Utica, New York. Also, 1 Pamphlet by Johnson: "The Union As It Was and the Constitution As It Is," 12 pages, undated.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

JOHNSON, ALEXANDER BRYAN - CORRESP. TO MCPHERSON, EDWARD (1865): Autographed Letter

MCPHERSON, EDWARD - CORRESP. FROM JOHNSON, ALEXANDER BRYAN (1865): Autographed Letter

"UNION AS IT WAS & THE CONSTITUTION AS IT IS" - PAMPHLET (UNDATED): Printed Item

JOHNSON, ALEXANDER BRYAN - PAMPHLET BY HIM (UNDATED): Printed Item

9 24

 97089 Jones, David. 10/24/1961-10/24/1961   Jones, David. Autograph Letter Signed (with envelope) to poet W.S. Merwin, 1 page. Dated 10/24/1961. Stating that he does not have any poems to add to the Christmas supplement, edited by Merwin. [Acquired in 1990.]

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

JONES, DAVID - CORRESP. TO MERWIN, W.S. (1961): Autographed Letter

MERWIN, W.S. - CORRESP. FROM JONES, DAVID (1961): Autographed Letter

9 25

 97085 Jowett, Benjamin. 01/01/1819-12/31/1893   Jowett, Benjamin. Autograph Letter Signed to Miss Anson, 1 page. Undated. Regretting the cancellation of an appointment. Jowett was longtime Master of Balliol, Regius Professor of Greek. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

JOWETT, BENJAMIN - CORRESP. (UNDATED): Autographed Letter

9 26

 97086 Jowett, Benjamin. 01/01/1872-12/31/1872   Jowett, Benjamin. Autograph Letter Signed to Mr. Hodgson, 2 pages. Dated 1872. Jowett was longtime Master of Balliol, regius Professor of Greek. Concerning the admittance to Balliol in 1873 of Hugh Edward Egerton. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

JOWETT, BENJAMIN - CORRESP. (1872): Autographed Letter

9 27

 97087 Jowett, Benjamin. 10/18/1889-10/18/1889   Jowett, Benjamin. Autograph Letter Signed to "My dear Harcourt," 1 page. Dated 10/18/1889. Jowett was longtime Master of Balliol, Regius Professor of Greek. Thanking him for his good wishes and for sending the circular to Lord Aberdeen.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

JOWETT, BENJAMIN - CORRESP. (1889): Autographed Letter

10 1

 97090 Jowett, Benjamin. 01/17/1870-01/17/1870   Jowett, Benjamin. Autograph Letter Signed to "Dear Sir," 4 pages. Dated 1/17/1870. Recalling fondly the recipient's son and refering to Dr. Newman's "Apologia" as an interesting book.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

JOWETT, BENJAMIN - CORRESP. (1870): Autographed Letter

10 2

 97091 [Joyce, James]. 09/01/1968-09/30/1968   [Joyce, James.] Typed Manuscript Signed (2 versions) by Derek Stanford: "James Joyce: Dubliners" and "A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man." For "Notes on Literature," vol. 86, 9/1968.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

JOYCE, JAMES - MANUSCRIPT ABOUT HIM (1968): Manuscript

STANFORD, DEREK - MANUSCRIPT BY HIM ABOUT JOYCE, JAMES (1968): Manuscript

10 3

 97092 Jusserand, Jules. 02/15/1922-02/15/1922   Jusserand, Jules. Typed Letter Signed, 1 page. Dated 2/15/1922. From Jusserand, French Ambassador to the United States, to Elizabeth S. Kite, of the Library of Congress Manuscript Division, regarding the possibility of translating Henri Doniol's great work. Sent from Washington, D.C.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

JUSSERAND, JULES - CORRESP. TO KITE, ELIZABETH S. (1922): Typed Letter Signed

KITE, ELIZABETH S. - CORRESP. FROM JUSSERAND, JULES (1922): Typed Letter Signed

DONIOL, HENRI - REFERENCE (1922): Typed Letter Signed

10 4

 97093 Keeler, Leo. W., S.J. 10/22/1934-10/22/1934   Keeler, Leo W., S.J. Typed Letter Signed to Edwin H. Cady, 2 pages. Dated 10/22/1934. Regarding Pontificia Universita Gregoriana and retreats for priests and the laity.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

CADY, EDWIN H. - CORRESP. FROM KEELER, LEO W. (1934): Typed Letter Signed

PONTIFICIA UNIVERSITA GREGORIANA - CORRESP. ABOUT IT (1934): Typed Letter Signed

KEELER, LEO W. - CORRESP. TO CADY, EDWIN H. (1934): Typed Letter Signed

10 5

 97094 Kelly, William L., S.J. 02/22/1959-02/22/1959   Kelly, William L., S.J. Autograph Letter Signed from his parents, 2 pages. Dated 2/22/1959. Mostly regarding health issues. Sent from Baltimore to Mainz, Germany.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

KELLY, WILLIAM L., S.J. - CORRESP. FROM HIS PARENTS (1959): Autographed Letter

10 6

 97095 [Kennedy Campaign of 1960 - Anti-Catholic Literature]. 01/01/1960-12/31/1960   [Kennedy, John F.] Printed Materials: Anti-Catholic Literature from the Kennedy Campaign of 1960. Donated by Maura E. Hurley in 1961 in honor of Frank Hurley (Georgetown Law 1925).

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

ANTI-CATHOLIC LITERATURE - PRINTED MATERIALS (1960): Printed Item

KENNEDY CAMPAIGN - 1960 - ANTI-CATHOLIC LITERATURE (1960): Printed Item

CATHOLIC - ANTI-CATHOLIC LITERATURE - PRINTED MATERIALS (1960): Printed Item

10 7

 97096 Kennedy, Edward M. 08/14/1968-10/16/1968   Kennedy, Edward M. 3 Typed Letters Signed to Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Levin. Dated 8/14/1968, 8/15/1968, and 10/16/1968. Thanking them for their support and commenting on the presidential election of 1968.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

KENNEDY, EDWARD M. - CORRESP. TO LEVIN, ALVIN (1968): Autographed Letter

LEVIN, ALVIN - CORRESP. FROM KENNEDY, EDWARD M. (1968): Autographed Letter

10 8

 97097 Kennedy, Jacqueline. 01/01/1950-12/31/1960   Kennedy, Jacqueline. Musical score signed by Meyer Davis to Jacqueline Bouvier, titled "First Lady of the Sea" (Theme song of the S.S. "United States"). Undated.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

KENNEDY, JACQUELINE - MUSICAL SCORE SIGNED TO HER (UNDATED): Other Types

BOUVIER, JACQUELINE - MUSICAL SCORE SIGNED TO HER (UNDATED): Other Types

DAVIS, MEYER - MUSICAL SCORE SIGNED (UNDATED): Other Types

10 9

 97098 Kennedy, Robert F. 10/24/1967-12/14/1967   Kennedy, Robert F. 2 Typed Letter Signeds to Eugene McCarthy. Dated 10/24/1967 and 12/14/1967. Inviting him to a Salute to the Empire State and thanking him for agreeing to attend that event.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

KENNEDY, ROBERT F. - CORRESP. TO MCCARTHY, EUGENE J. (1967): Typed Letter Signed

MCCARTHY, EUGENE J. - CORRESP. FROM KENNEDY, ROBERT F. (1967): Typed Letter Signed

10 10

 97432 Kennedy, Robert F. 12/14/1967-12/14/1967   Kennedy, Robert F. Typed Letter Signed to Don Kirchhoffer. 1 page. Dated 1/25/1968. Giving him a reprint [not retained] of a recent article in "Look Magazine."

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

KENNEDY, ROBERT F. - CORRESP. TO KIRCHHOFFER, DON (1968): Typed Letter Signed

KIRCHHOFFER, DON - CORRESP. FROM KENNEDY, ROBERT F. (1968): Typed Letter Signed

10 10.5

 97099 Keppler, Joannes. 01/01/1800-12/31/1900   Facsimile of Joannes Keppler's signature, undated, with brief text in Latin.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

KEPPLER, JOANNES - FACSIMILE SIGNATURE (UNDATED): Manuscript

10 11

 97100 Kilmer, Joyce. 01/01/1900-12/31/1918   Kilmer, Joyce. Typed Poem Signed: "For a Little Child," 1 page. Undated.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

KILMER, JOYCE - TYPED POEM SIGNED: "FOR A LITTLE CHILD" (UNDATED): Other Types

10 12

 97102 Kirkpatrick, Jeane. 11/30/1976-01/26/1978   Kirkpatrick, Jeane. Correspondence from Patricia A. Kyle of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte regarding Kyle's book (11/30/1976); Dennis J. Murray of Whittier College congratulating her on good reviews of :The New Presidential Elite" (12/22/1976); and John H. Chettle of the South Africa Foundation regarding Martin C. Spring's book "Confrontation: The Approaching Crisis Between the United States and South Africa" (1/26/1978).

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

KIRKPATRICK, JEANE - CORRESP. RECEIVED (1976-1978): Typed Letter Signed

KYLE, PATRICIA A. - CORRESP. TO KIRKPATRICK, JEANE (1976): Typed Letter Signed

MURRAY, DENNIS J. - CORRESP. TO KIRKPATRICK, JEANE (1976): Typed Letter Signed

CHETTLE, JOHN H. - CORRESP. TO KIRKPATRICK, JEANE (1978): Typed Letter Signed

10 13

 97103 Kittich, Z. 01/01/1921-12/31/1921   Kittich, Z. Typed Manuscript: "Serbia in International Treaties," 296 pages. Dated 1921. Kittich was the Attache of the Legation of the Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes in Washington, D.C.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

KITTICH, Z. - TYPED MANUSCRIPT:"SERBIA IN INTERNATIONAL TREATIES" 1921: Other Types

"SERBIA IN INTERNATIONAL TREATIES" - TYPED MANUSCRIPT (1921): Other Types

10 14

 97104 Klender, Jeane S. 01/01/1982-12/31/1984   Klender, Jeane S. Typed and Autographed Manuscripts of Maryland's state song "Maryland, Our Maryland!" Along with 3 letters of hers, 1 of which was sent to Georgetown University Librarian Joseph E. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

KLENDER, JEANE S. - MANUSCRIPTS: MARYLAND'S STATE SONG (1982-1984): Other Types

MARYLAND'S STATE SONG - MANUSCRIPTS (1982-1984): Other Types

"MARYLAND, OUR MARYLAND!" - MANUSCRIPT VERSIONS OF SONG (1982-1984): Manuscript

KLENDER, JEANE S. - CORRESP. TO JEFFS, JOSEPH E. (1984): Autographed Letter

JEFFS, JOSEPH E. - CORRESP. FROM KLENDER, JEANE S. (1984): Autographed Letter

10 15

 97105 Knight, Charles R. 01/01/1938-12/31/1938   Knight, Charles R. Signed issue of "Natural History." Dated 1938. The issue includes Knight's cover drawing of a young lioness and Knight's article "What Are They Thinking: Facial Expressions, Postures and Movements Are Keys to an Understanding of Animals" with drawings by the author.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

KNIGHT, CHARLES R. - SIGNATURE (1938): Other Types

KNIGHT, CHARLES R. - ARTICLE BY HIM (1938): Printed Item

KNIGHT, CHARLES R. - DRAWINGS BY HIM (1938): Graphic Image

10 16

 97107 Knox, Ronald A. 01/01/1930-12/31/1930   Printed Item: Card dated 1930 commemorating Ronald A. Knox's birthday. Collected Signatures written on the card include G.K. Chesterton, Hilaire Belloc, E.C. Bentley, J.C. Squire, Maurice Baring, Christopher Hollis, Duff Cooper, A.P. Herbert, and others. Gift of Maurice Adelman.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

BELLOC, HILAIRE - SIGNATURE (1930): Other Types

CHESTERTON, G.K. - SIGNATURE (1930): Other Types

KNOX, RONALD - PRINTED CARD FOR HIS BIRTHDAY (1930): Printed Item

BENTLEY, E.C. - SIGNATURE (1930): Other Types

SQUIRE, J.C. - SIGNATURE (1930): Other Types

BARING, MAURICE - SIGNATURE (1930): Other Types

HOLLIS, CHRISTOPHER - SIGNATURE (1930): Other Types

COOPER, DUFF - SIGNATURE (1930): Other Types

HERBERT, A.P. - SIGNATURE (1930): Other Types

10 17

 97108 Kollek, Theodore. 10/06/1954-10/06/1954   Kollek, Theodore. Typed Letter Signed, 1 page. Dated 10/6/1954. From Kollek in the Prime Minister's Office of Israel to Owen Jones, of the U.S. Embassy in Ankara, Turkey, regarding the recent publication of the Statistical Abstract of Israel.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

KOLLEK, THEODORE - CORRESP. TO JONES, OWEN (1954): Typed Letter Signed

JONES, OWEN - CORRESP. FROM KOLLEK, THEODORE (1954): Typed Letter Signed

10 18

 97109 LaFarge, John, S.J. 08/09/1931-01/22/1932   LaFarge, John, S.J. 2 Typed Letters Signed to Rev. Richard M. McKeon. First letter: dated 8/9/1931, 3 pages, regarding a proposed article on African American higher education. Second letter: dated 1/22/1932, 2 pages, regarding interracial relations and the need for new leaders. Donated by McKeon 3/27/1978.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

LAFARGE, JOHN, S.J. - CORRESP. TO MCKEON, RICHARD M., S.J. (1931-1932): Typed Letter Signed

MCKEON, RICHARD M., S.J. - CORRESP. FROM LAFARGE, JOHN, S.J. 1931-1932: Typed Letter Signed

10 19

 96965 Lambton, John George. 12/09/1830-12/31/1840   Lambton, John George. Earl of Durham. Autograph Letter Signed to "Sir," 2 pages. Dated 12/9/1830. Regarding an engraving. Also, 1 engraving of Durham dated 1846 (Painted by Sir Thomas Lawrence, Engraved by J. Cochran).

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

LAMBTON, JOHN GEORGE - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1830): Autographed Letter

LAMBTON, JOHN GEORGE - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1830): Autographed Letter

LAMBTON, JOHN GEORGE - ENGRAVING OF HIM (1846): Graphic Image

LAMBTON, JOHN GEORGE - ENGRAVING OF HIM (1846): Graphic Image

10 20

 97113 Lang, Andrew. 01/01/1897-12/31/1897   Lang, Andrew. Autograph Manuscript Signed: "Some Spies," 46 pages. Dated 1897. Purchased from James Cummins Bookseller.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

LANG, ANDREW - AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT SIGNED: "SOME SPIES" (1897): Other Types

10 21

 97114 Lang, Andrew. 01/01/1900-12/31/1900   Lang, Andrew. Autograph Letter Signed to William Henry Rideing, 2 pages. Undated. Regarding "Youth's Companion" and Walter Scott's granddaughter, Mrs. Maria M. Maxwell Scott. Purchased from Leonard Roberts, Vancouver, B.C., 7/27/2003.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

LNG, ANDREW - CORRESP. TO RIDEING, WILLIAM HENRY (UNDATED): Autographed Letter

SCOTT, MARIA M. MAXWELL - REFERENCE (UNDATED): Autographed Letter

RIDEING, WILLIAM HENRY - CORRESP. FROM LANG, ANDREW (UNDATED): Autographed Letter

10 22

 97115 Lang, Andrew. 01/01/1900-12/31/1900   Lang, Andrew. Autograph Letter Signed to Sir Frederick Pollock, 1 page. Stating that he is at the club house, St. Andrews. Undated. Purchased from Leonard Roberts, Vancouver, B.C., 7/27/2003.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

LANG, ANDREW - CORRESP. TO POLLOCK, FREDERICK (UNDATED): Autographed Letter

POLLOCK, FREDERICK - CORRESP. FROM LANG, ANDREW (UNDATED): Autographed Letter

10 23

 97116 Lang, Andrew. 07/21/1900-07/21/1900   Lang, Andrew. Autograph Letter Signed to "Gentlemen," 1 page. Undated. Regarding sending his introduction to Charles Lever. Purchased from Leonard Roberts, Vancouver, B.C., 7/27/2003.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

LANG, ANDREW - CORRESP. (UNDATED): Autographed Letter

LEVER, CHARLES - REFERENCE (UNDATED): Autographed Letter

10 24

 97222 Lang, Johann. 01/01/1890-12/31/1890   Oberammergau. 3 Autograph Letters Signed, 2 by Johann Lang, relating to the Passion Play at Oberammergau in 1890. The letters are dated 3/5/1890, 4/8/1890, and 1890. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

OBERAMMERGAU - AUTOGRAPH LETTERS BY LANG, JOHANN (1890): Autographed Letter

LANG, JOHANN - AUTOGRAPH LETTERS SIGNED RE: PASSION PLAY (1890): Autographed Letter

OBERAMMERGAU - AUTOGRAPH LETTERS RE: PASSION PLAY (1890): Autographed Letter

10 25

 97110 Lathrop, George Parsons. 04/14/1891-03/16/1892   Lathrop, George Parsons. 2 Autograph Letters Signed dated 4/14/1891 (to Charles Burr Todd) and 3/16/1892 (to "Dear Malone"). Regarding his conversion, Mrs. Lathrop's (Rose Hawthorne, later Mother Alphonsa Lathrop) conversion, and the Society of American Authors. Also, undated Autograph Manuscript Signed by George Parsons Lathrop: "The First Word." Gift of Mary A. Benjamin.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

LATHROP, GEORGE PARSONS - CORRESP. (1891-1892): Autographed Letter

LATHROP, GEORGE PARSONS - AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT SIGNED (UNDATED): Other Types

TODD, CHARLES BURR - CORRESP. FROM LATHROP, GEORGE PARSONS (1891): Autographed Letter

LATHROP, ALPHONSA, MOTHER - REFERENCE TO HER CONVERSION (1891): Autographed Letter

HAWTHORNE, ROSE - REFERENCE TO HER CONVERSION (1891): Autographed Letter

LATHROP, ROSE HAWTHORNE - REFERENCE TO HER CONVERSION (1891): Autographed Letter

10 26

 97111 Law, Thomas. 01/01/1800-12/31/1800   Law, Thomas. Signature of Thomas Law, a prominent financier in the early days of the city of Washington, D.C.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

LAW, THOMAS - SIGNATURE (UNDATED): Other Types

10 27

 97112 Lawrence, D.H. 02/01/1916-02/01/1916   Lawrence, D.H. Autograph Letter Signed to Lady Ottoline Morrell, 3 pages. Dated 2/1/1916. References to sending some manuscript poems, the poem "Snapdragon," his agent J.B. Pinker, Petronius, Fyodor Dostoievsky, and conscription. Gift of Virginia Moore.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

LAWRENCE, D.H. - CORRESP. TO MORRELL, OTTOLINE (1916): Autographed Letter

MORRELL, OTTOLINE - CORRESP. FROM LAWRENCE, D.H. (1916): Autographed Letter

PINKER, J.B. - REFERENCE (1916): Autographed Letter

DOSTOYEVSKY, FYODOR - REFERENCE (1916): Autographed Letter

10 28

 97117 Lee, Robert E. 02/14/1866-06/14/1867   Lee, Robert E. Autograph Letter Signed, 1 page, dated 2/14/1866, to Samuel H. Anderson, thanking him for Lee's honorary election into the Philodemic Society of Georgetown College; sent from Lexington, Virginia. Also, Autograph Letter Signed dated 6/14/1867 from Lee to James Clark, S.J., President of the Georgetown College Philodemic Society, indicating that he will not be able to attend the Reunion of the Philodemic Society; sent from Lexington, Virginia. All items in this folder have been relocated to the Georgetown University Archives. Please see Archivist for access.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

LEE, ROBERT E. - CORRESP. TO ANDERSON, SAMUEL (1866): Autographed Letter

GEORGETOWN COLLEGE - PHILODEMIC SOCIETY - CORRESP. (1866-1867): Autographed Letter

ANDERSON, SAMUEL - CORRESP. FROM LEE, ROBERT E. (1866): Autographed Letter

LEE, ROBERT E. - CORRESP. TO CLARK, JAMES, S.J. (1867): Autographed Letter

CLARK, JAMES, S.J. - CORRESP. FROM LEE, ROBERT E. (1867): Autographed Letter

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 97118 Lee, Robert E. 04/09/1865-04/09/1865   Autograph Document (copy): General Orders No. 9 from Robert E. Lee, surrendering to the Union army. Sent from Headquarters of the Army of the Republic.

General Physical Description note

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

LEE, ROBERT E. - GENERAL ORDERS NO. 9 (COPY) (1865): Manuscript

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 97119 Lee, Robert E. 01/01/1861-12/31/1870   Lee, Robert E. Printed and facsimile materials by and about Robert E. Lee. Includes 2 cartes de visite, 1 engraving, General Ely S. Parker's Narrative (printed item), and facsimile letters (dated 4/9/1865) between Lee and Ulysses S. Grant. Also, Photographic Print (copy) dated 1863 of Lee (with stamp of Arthur C. Saunders on back).

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

LEE, ROBERT E. - CARTES DE VISITE (UNDATED): Photograph

LEE, ROBERT E. - ENGRAVING (UNDATED): Graphic Image

PARKER, ELY S. - PRINTED ITEM (1860S?): Printed Item

LEE, ROBERT E. - CORRESP. W/ GRANT, ULYSSES S. (1865): Manuscript

GRANT, ULYSSES S. - CORRESP. W/ LEE, ROBERT E. (1865): Manuscript

LEE, ROBERT E. - PHOTOGRAPH (COPY) (1863): Photograph

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 97120 Leningrad, U.S.S.R. 01/01/1940-12/31/1945   Photographic scrapbook of Leningrad "Electrosila" plant, 1940s. Also, 1 undated business card of Vladimir Georgevich Kivilov, Director of National Comissariat of International Trade of U.S.S.R.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

LENINGRAD - SCRAPBOOK - "ELECTROSILA" PLANT (1940S): Photograph

KIVILOV, VLADIMIR GEORGEVICH - BUSINESS CARD (UNDATED): Printed Item

10 32

 97121 Leo XIII (Pope). 05/15/1900-06/04/1918   Leo XIII (Pope). Document Signed, 2 pages. Dated 5/15/1900. Appointing William P. O'Connor his attorney in the case of the estate of Louise C. T. Glover. Also, 1 Typed Letter Signed from O'Connor to Rev. Richard H. Tierney, S.J., enclosing the previous document, the first power of attorney granted by a Pope to a layman in America.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

LEO XIII (POPE) - POWER OF ATTORNEY (1900): Other Types

O'CONNOR, WILLIAM P. - POWER OF ATTORNEY FROM POPE LEO XIII (1900): Other Types

TIERNEY, RICHARD H. - CORRESP. FROM O'CONNOR, WILLIAM P. (1918): Typed Letter Signed

O'CONNOR, WILLIAM P. - CORRESP. TO TIERNEY, RICHARD H. (1918): Typed Letter Signed

GLOVER, LOUISE C. T. - DOCUMENT RE: HER ESTATE (1900): Other Types

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 97122 [Leonardtown, Maryland]. 08/27/1816-08/27/1816   [Leonardtown, Maryland]. Autograph Letter Signed, 2 pages. Dated 8/27/1816. Regarding plans for a naval depot on St. Mary's River and requesting that Georgetown College mathematician Rev. James Wallace, S.J. to delineate the shores and surroundings.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

LEONARDTOWN - MARYLAND - LETTER RE: NAVAL DEPOT (1816): Autographed Letter

WALLACE, JAMES - REFERENCE (1816): Autographed Letter

11 2

 97124 Leslie, Shane. 11/30/1920-11/30/1920   Leslie, Shane. Autograph Letter Signed to "My dear Bourke," 2 pages. Dated 11/30/1920. Regarding an English Prayer Book. Purchased from Waverly Auctions, 2001.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

LESLIE, SHANE - CORRESP. (1920) RE: ENGLISH PRAYER BOOK: Autographed Letter

11 3

 97126 Levertov, Denise. 07/23/1973-08/22/1977   Levertov, Denise. 2 Autograph Cards Signed to William Gormley. First card dated 7/23/1973, mentioning some traits of a poet. Second card dated 8/22/1977 giving thanks in a time of bereavement.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

LEVERTOV, DENISE - CORRESP. TO GORMLEY, W.J. (1973-1977): Other Types

GORMLEY, W.J. - CORRESP. FROM LEVERTOV, DENISE (1973-1977): Other Types

11 4

 97127 Levertov, Denise. 01/29/1973-06/30/1973   Levertov, Denise. Correspondence to Arnold Sklare. First letter (Typed Letter Signed): dated 1/29/1973 accepting an invitation to teach a poetry workshop Long Island University. Second letter (Typed Letter Signed): postmarked 6/1/1973 requesting that someone meet her at the airport. Third letter (Autograph Letter Signed) postmarked 6/1973 regarding her travel arrangements.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

LEVERTOV, DENISE - CORRESP. TO SKLARE, ARNOLD (1973): Typed Letter Signed

SKLARE, ARNOLD - CORRESP. FROM LEVERTOV, DENISE (1973): Typed Letter Signed

11 5

 97128 Day Lewis, Cecil. 01/01/1953-12/31/1953   Day Lewis, Cecil. Autograph Letter Signed to Thomas Higham, 1 page. Dated 9/19/1953. Sending along a magazine [retained in this folder], "Chance 4th," Autumn 1953 edition, which includes a piece by Day Lewis entitled "On Translating Poetry." Also, tipped in to the periodical: 1 Typed Letter Signed dated 9/23/1953 from Higham to Day Lewis, regarding poetry translations; sent from Oxford.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

DAY LEWIS, CECIL - CORRESP. TO HIGHAM, THOMAS (1953): Autographed Letter

DAY LEWIS, CECIL - PRINTED ARTICLE BY HIM (1953): Printed Item

HIGHAM, THOMAS - CORRESP. FROM DAY LEWIS, CECIL (1953): Autographed Letter

DAY LEWIS, CECIL - CORRESP. FROM HIGHAM, THOMAS (1953): Typed Letter Signed

HIGHAM, THOMAS - CORRESP. TO DAY LEWIS, CECIL (1953): Typed Letter Signed

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 97129 L'Hereux, John, S.J. 01/01/1964-12/31/1964   L'Hereux, John, S.J. Printed poems found in his book "Quick as Dandelions," Garden City, 1964, 1st edition, presentation copy to John Caryl.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

L'HEREUX, JOHN - PRINTED POEMS (1964): Printed Item

11 6

 97130 Liguori, St. Alphonsus. 01/01/1817-12/31/1817   Liguori, Alphonsus, Saint. Document regarding canonization, 1 page. Dated 12/1817.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

LIGUORI, ALPHONSUS (SAINT) - DOCUMENT RE: CANONIZATION (1817): Manuscript

11 7

 97131 Lincoln, Abraham. 01/20/1862-01/20/1862   1 Autograph Letter Signed dated 1/20/1862 from President Abraham Lincoln to General George B. McClellan, regarding George Patten, who said he was a loyal South Carolinian. McClellan's reply is written on the bottom part of the same letter, and he presumes Patten will make a good officer. Gift of Mrs. Morton Feary.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

LINCOLN, ABRAHAM - CORRESP. TO MCCLELLAN, GEORGE B. (1862): Autographed Letter

MCCLELLAN, GEORGE B. - CORRESP. FROM LINCOLN, ABRAHAM (1862): Autographed Letter

MCCLELLAN, GEORGE B. - CORRESP. TO LINCOLN, ABRAHAM (1862): Autographed Letter

LINCOLN, ABRAHAM - CORRESP. FROM MCCLELLAN, GEORGE B. (1862): Autographed Letter

PATTEN, GEORGE - REFERENCE (1862): Autographed Letter

11 8

 97132 Lincoln, Abraham. 01/01/1862-12/31/1864   Photograph (print) of President Abraham Lincoln, Allan Pinkerton, and Maj. Gen. John A. McClernand, Antietam, MD. Oct. 3, 1862. Brady Coll. Also, Photograph (print) of Gen. U.S. Grant examining map held by Gen. George Meade, Massaponax Church, VA. May 21, 1864. And, Photograph (print) on deck of USS Monitor, James River, VA. July 9, 1862.All of the prints bear the stamp "Arthur C. Saunders" on the back.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

LINCOLN, ABRAHAM - PHOTOGRAPH (1862): Photograph

PINKERTON, ALLAN - PHOTOGRAPH (1862): Photograph

MCCLERNAND, JOHN A. - PHOTOGRAPH (1862): Photograph

ANTIETAM - PHOTOGRAPH (1862): Photograph

GRANT, ULYSSES S. - PHOTOGRAPH (1864): Photograph

MEADE, GEORGE - PHOTOGRAPH (1864): Photograph

MASSAPONAX CHURCH - VIRGINIA - PHOTOGRAPH (1864): Photograph

MONITOR (U.S.S.) - PHOTOGRAPH (1862): Photograph

11 9

 97133 Lincoln, Abraham. 04/01/1865-04/30/1865   Lincoln, Abraham. Printed muslin strip. United States of America, 1865. A "mourning badge" issued by the Pension Bureau of the Interior Department, one of a large number of similar items created to show respect for the late President Abraham Lincoln.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

LINCOLN, ABRAHAM - MOURNING BADGE (1865): Other Types

11 10

 97134 Lincoln, Abraham. 10/17/1861-10/17/1861   Lincoln, Abraham. Autograph Letter Signed (facsimile) to Major Ramsey, 1 page. Dated 10/17/1861. Regarding two men who want to work.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

LINCOLN, ABRAHAM - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (FACSIMILE) (1861): Autographed Letter

11 11

 97135 Logan, Rayford W. 04/11/1972-04/11/1972   Logan, Rayford W. Autograph Letter Signed to Robert D. Heinl, Jr., 1 page. Dated 4/11/1972. Thanking him for a luncheon. Gift of Robert D. Heinl, Jr.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

LOGAN, RAYFORD W. - CORRESP. TO HEINL, ROBERT D., JR. (1972): Autographed Letter

HEINL, ROBERT D., JR. - CORRESP. FROM LOGAN, RAYFORD W. (1972): Autographed Letter

11 12

 97136 Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth. 01/01/1875-12/14/1880   Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth. Clipped Signature. Dated 1875, from the Smolinski Collection. Also, 1 Autograph Letter Signed dated 12/14/1880 from Longfellow to "Gentlemen," acknowledging receipt of Father Ryan's poems.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

LONGFELLOW, HENRY WADSWORTH - SIGNATURE (1875): Other Types

LONGFELLOW, HENRY WADSWORTH - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1880): Autographed Letter

11 13

 97137 Longfellow, Samuel. 11/11/1887-11/11/1887   Longfellow, Samuel. Autograph Letter Signed to Mrs. James L. Holden, 4 pages. Dated 11/11/[no year]. Mentioning that her son read "The Life of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow" and suggesting the life lessons to be learned from that work. Reference to Samuel Longfellow's "Final Memorials," a follow-up publication to "The Life." Sent from Germantown, Pennsylvania.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

LONGFELLOW, SAMUEL - CORRESP. TO HOLDEN, JAMES L., MRS. (1887?): Autographed Letter

HOLDEN, JAMES L., MRS. - CORRESP. FROM LONGFELLOW, SAMUEL (1887?): Autographed Letter

LONGFELLOW, HENRY WADSWORTH - REFERENCE:"LIFE OF ... LONGFELLOW" 1887?: Autographed Letter

11 14

 97138 Longstreet, James. 01/01/1861-12/31/1865   Longstreet, James. Signed photograph. Circa 1861-1865. Taken by E. & H.T. Anthony, New York City.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

LONGSTREET, JAMES - SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH (UNDATED): Photograph

11 15

 97139 Madison, Dolley. 01/01/1838-12/31/1838   Madison, Dolley. Autograph Note, 1 page. Dated 1838. Lamenting that she cannot visit Mrs. Woolbrery because she will be visiting Mrs. Forsyth.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MADISON, DOLLEY - NOTE (1838): Other Types

11 16

 97140 Magrath, Edward J., S.J. 07/04/1914-07/04/1914   Magrath, Edward J. Typed Card Signed: "Holy Name Society of Holy Trinity Church," 1 page. Postmarked 7/4/1914.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MAGRATH, EDWARD J. - TYPED CARD SIGNED (1914): Other Types

HOLY TRINITY CHURCH - WASHINGTON, D.C. - TYPED CARD SIGNED (1914): Other Types

11 17

 97141 Mahan, Alfred Thayer. 03/13/1900-03/13/1900   Mahan, Alfred Thayer. Autograph Letter Signed to "My dear Mr. Holt," 3 pages. Dated 3/13/1900. Enclosing an article by Mahan [not retained in this folder], mentioning the possibility of American mediation in the dispute between Britain and the Transvaal, making reference to the Monroe Doctrine, and alluding to the Hague Conference. Sent from New York City.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MAHAN, ALFRED THAYER - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1900): Autographed Letter

TRANSVAAL - DISPUTE WITH GREAT BRITAIN - REFERENCE (1900): Autographed Letter

MONROE DOCTRINE - REFERENCE (1900): Autographed Letter

HAGUE CONFERENCE - REFERENCE (1900): Autographed Letter

11 18

 97143 Manning, Henry Edward. 06/07/1847-06/07/1847   Manning, Henry Edward. Cardinal, Archbishop of Westminster. Autograph Letter Signed (as Archdeacon of Chichester), to Rev. Charles Marriott, 3 pages. Dated 6/7/1847. Rev. Marriott was a prominent member of the Oxford Movement. This letter states that Manning's doctor suggests that he go abroad at once, and he expects to be in Italy by October. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MANNING, HENRY EDWARD - CORRESP. TO MARRIOTT, CHARLES (1847): Autographed Letter

MARRIOTT, CHARLES - CORRESP. FROM MANNING, HENRY EDWARD (1847): Autographed Letter

11 19

 97144 Manning, Henry Edward. 07/28/1848-07/28/1848   Manning, Henry Edward. Cardinal, Archbishop of Westminster. Autograph Letter Signed (as Archdeacon of Chichester) to "My dear Sir," 1 page. Dated 7/28/1848. Accepting a reflection from a cloister. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MANNING, HENRY EDWARD - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1848): Autographed Letter

11 20

 97145 Manning, Henry Edward. 02/26/1867-02/26/1867   Manning, Henry Edward. Cardinal, Archbishop of Westminster. Autograph Letter Signed (with envelope) to the Earl of Denbigh, 2 pages. Dated 2/26/1867. Agreeing to accept the office of Sponsor. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MANNING, HENRY EDWARD - CORRESP. TO DENBIGH, EARL OF (1867): Autographed Letter

DENBIGH, EARL OF - CORRESP. FROM MANNING, HENRY EDWARD (1867): Autographed Letter

11 21

 97146 Manning, Henry Edward. 01/01/1870-12/31/1870   Manning, Henry Edward. Cardinal, Archbishop of Westminster. Carte-de-Visite Photograph by London Stereoscopic Co., c. 1870. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MANNING, HENRY EDWARD - PHOTOGRAPH (1870?): Photograph

11 22

 97147 Manning, Henry Edward. 11/19/1872-11/19/1872   Manning Henry Edward. Cardinal, Archbishop of Westminster. Autograph Letter Signed to poet Sir Francis Doyle, 3 pages. Dated 11/19/1872. Concerning the illness of Stripe Scott. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MANNING, HENRY EDWARD - CORRESP. TO DOYLE, FRANCIS (1872): Autographed Letter

DOYLE, FRANCIS - CORRESP. FROM MANNING, HENRY EDWARD (1872): Autographed Letter

SCOTT, STRIPE - CORRESP. ABOUT HIM (1872): Autographed Letter

11 23

 97148 Manning, Henry Edward. 12/26/1875-12/26/1875   Manning, Henry Edward. Cardinal, Archbishop of Westminster. Autograph Letter Signed, to Cannon C. Cholmondele, 2 pages. Dated 12/26/1875. Regretting his slowness in writing because of overwork and his inability to come for the opening of the new church. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MANNING, HENRY EDWARD - CORRESP. TO CHOLMONDELE, CANON C. (1875): Autographed Letter

CHOLMONDELE, CANON C. - CORRESP. FROM MANNING, HENRY EDWARD (1875): Autographed Letter

11 24

 97149 Manning, Henry Edward. 10/04/1876-10/04/1876   Manning, Henry Edward. Cardinal, Archbishop of Westminster. Very brief Autograph Letter Signed to "My dear Mr. Bentley," 1 page. Dated 10/4/1876. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MANNING, HENRY EDWARD - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1876): Autographed Letter

11 25

 97150 Manning, Henry Edward. 05/18/1886-05/18/1886   Manning, Henry Edward. Cardinal, Archbishop of Westminster. Autograph Letter Signed to "My dear Mr. Molloy," 1 page. Dated 5/18/1886. Regarding a resolution at St. James Hall. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MANNING, HENRY EDWARD - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1886): Autographed Letter

11 26

 97151 Manning, Henry Edward. 05/24/1889-05/24/1889   Manning, Henry Edward. Cardinal, Archbishop of Westminster. Autograph Letter Signed to "My dear Mr. Allen," 1 page. Dated 5/24/1889. Indicating that Manning will not take a trip. The letter is framed. Gift of Maurice Adelman, Jr.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MANNING, HENRY EDWARD - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1889): Autographed Letter

11 27

 97152 Mannock, Robert. 03/22/1720-03/22/1720   Mannock Robert. Autograph Letter Signed to "Madam," 2 pages. Dated 3/22/1720. Mannock was a student at St. Omer. This letter refers to the death of William Darrell, the principal of St. Omer, and expresses hope that his brother, John Mannock, a prominent Benedictine, might succeed Darrell. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MANNOCK, ROBERT - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1720): Autographed Letter

MANNOCK, JOHN - REFERENCE (1720): Autographed Letter

11 28

 97154 Maury, Mathew F. 07/16/1845-10/18/1848   Maury, Mathew F. Autograph Letter Signed (photocopy) to Rev. James Curley, S.J. 2 pages. Dated 7/16/1845. Regarding telescopic measurements. Sent from Hydrographical Office, Washington, D.C. Also, Autograph Letter Signed (photocopy) dated 10/18/1848 from Maury to "Dear Sir," regarding three books obtained in Mexico by Major Bosland, a U.S. Senator from Arkansas, being presented to Georgetown College.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MAURY, MATHEW F. - CORRESP. TO CURLEY, JAMES (1845): Autographed Letter

CURLEY, JAMES, S.J. - CORRESP. FROM MAURY, MATHEW F. (1845): Autographed Letter

BOSLAND, MAJOR - REFERENCE (1848): Autographed Letter

11 29

 97155 Maguire, Bernard A., S.J. 06/22/1853-06/22/1853   Maguire, Bernard A., S.J. Document (deed) Signed, 2 pages. Dated 6/22/1853. Witnessed by Lewis Carberry. Maguire, as President of Georgetown University, sells to Daniel Genan for $206.25 a piece of property in downtown Washington, DC: Lot 6 Square 785. Maguire, a Georgetown alumnus, was twice President of Georgetown University from 1853-1858 and 1866-1870. Gift of Nicholas B. Scheetz.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MAGUIRE, BERNARD A., S.J. - DEED SIGNED (1853): Other Types

CARBERRY, LEWIS - DEED SIGNED (1853): Other Types

GENAN, DANIEL - DEED SIGNED (1853): Other Types

11 30

 97156 Mansfield, Katherine. 11/01/1917-11/30/1917   Mansfield, Katherine. Autograph Letter Signed to "My dearest Ottoline," 3 pages. Circa 11/1917. Mentioning that she has not been feeling well and expressing hope of visiting her.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MANSFIELD, KATHERINE - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1917): Autographed Letter

11 31

 97159 Martineau, Claude. 01/01/1797-12/31/1797   Legal document dated 1797 issued by two notaries public of a certain city in France, testifying that citizen Claude Martineau makes citizen Michel Hellyer his official representative in securing a record of the birth of Martineau's granddaughter, whose father is an official at the French Consulate in New York City.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MARTINEAU, CLAUDE - LEGAL DOCUMENT (1797): Other Types

HELLYER, MICHEL - LEGAL DOCUMENT (1797): Other Types

11 32

 97160 Martineau, Harriet. 01/01/1802-12/31/1876   Martineau, Harriet. Autograph Letter Signed to "Dear Sir," 2 pages. Undated. Regarding a dinner invitation. Reference to William Wordsworth.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MARTINEAU, HARRIET - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (UNDATED): Autographed Letter

WORDSWORTH, WILLIAM - REFERENCE (UNDATED): Autographed Letter

11 33

 97161 Masefield, John. 10/12/1925-10/12/1925   Masefield, John. Autograph Letter Signed to "Dear Sir Herbert," 1 page. Dated 10/12/[no year]. Expressing pleasure that a he enjoyed his book "Gallipoli." Gift of Mrs. Ruth Baer.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MASEFIELD, JOHN - AUTOGRAPH LETTERS SIGNED (UNDATED): Autographed Letter

11 34

 97433 Masefield, John. 01/01/1900-12/31/1967   Masefield, John. Typed Letter Signed to "Miss Janson," 2 pages. Undated. Regarding William Julius Mickle. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MASEFIELD, JOHN - TYPED LETTER SIGNED (UNDATED): Typed Letter Signed

MICKLE, WILLIAM JULIUS - REFERENCE (UNDATED): Typed Letter Signed

11 35

 97163 Masters, Edgar Lee. 07/18/1929-07/18/1929   Masters, Edgar Lee. Typed Manuscript: "Manila," 60 pages. Dated 7/18/1929. With a presentation note to George C. Stokes and a note by the latter transmitting the manuscript to Edwin P. Reese.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MASTERS, EDGAR LEE - TYPED MANUSCRIPT: "MANILA" (1929): Other Types

"MANILA" - TYPED MANUSCRIPT BY MASTERS, EDGAR LEE (1929): Other Types

11 36

 97164 Masters, Edgar Lee. 05/22/1931-05/22/1931   Masters, Edgar Lee. Typed Letter to Edwin P. Reese, 1 page. Dated 5/22/1931. Typed Manuscript Poem by Masters "To-----," 1 page. Typed Manuscript Poem Signed by Masters "Away in a Crib Not Even a Manger," 1 page. Typed Manuscript "Aimee Semple McPherson," 2 pages. Purchased from George S. MacManus Company, 1979.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MASTERS, EDGAR LEE - TYPED MANUSCRIPTS (1930S?): Other Types

MASTERS, EDGAR LEE - CORRESP. TO REESE, EDWIN P. (1931): Other Types

REESE, EDWIN P. - CORRESP. FROM MASTERS, EDGAR LEE (1931): Other Types

11 37

 97167 Masters, Edgar Lee. 07/22/1941-07/22/1941   Masters, Edgar Lee. Autograph Note Signed (with envelope) to Thomas A. Larremore, 1 page. Dated 7/22/1941. Expressing pleasure that Larremore received Masters' "Book of Verses." Removed from a copy of Masters' "Book of Verses."

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MASTERS, EDGAR LEE - CORRESP. TO LARREMORE, THOMAS A. (1941): Other Types

LARREMORE, THOMAS A. - CORRESP. FROM MASTERS, EDGAR LEE (1941): Other Types

12 1

 97168 Masters, Edgar Lee. 12/25/1937-12/25/1937   Masters, Edgar Lee. Typed Manuscript Signed: "The Visionary Gleam," 2 pages. Comprises a poem with some manuscript corrections by the author, a presentation inscription, Christmas 1937.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MASTERS, EDGAR LEE - TYPED MSS SIGNED: "VISIONARY GLEAM" (1937): Other Types

"VISIONARY GLEAM" - TYPED MSS SIGNED BY MASTERS, EDGAR LEE (1937): Other Types

12 2

 97169 Masters, Edgar Lee. 01/01/1869-12/31/1950   Masters, Edgar Lee. Typed Manuscript Signed: "American Literature," 6 pages. Undated. Purchased from David J. Holmes Autographs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MASTERS, EDGAR LEE - TYPED MSS SIGNED: "AMERICAN LITERATURE" (UNDATED): Other Types

"AMERICAN LITERATURE" - TYPED MSS SIGNED BY MASTERS, EDGAR LEE UNDATED: Other Types

12 3

 97170 Masters, Edgar Lee. 01/01/1929-01/03/1929   Masters, Edgar Lee. Typed Manuscript Signed: "Gettysburg," 30 pages. With a Typed Letter Signed by George C. Stokes dated 1/3/1929 transmitting the manuscript to Edwin P. Reese.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MASTERS, EDGAR LEE - TYPED MSS SIGNED: "GETTYSBURG" (1929): Other Types

"GETTYSBURG" - TYPED MSS SIGNED BY MASTERS, EDGAR LEE (1929?): Other Types

12 4

 97157 Mavrogordato, John. 02/26/1919-02/26/1919   Mavrogordato, John Autograph Letter Signed (in French) to Ernest Babelion, 2 pages. Dated 2/26/1919. Removed from main stacks book "A Chronological Arrangement of the Coins of Chios" (Oxford: Hall, 1918) with call number CJ607 .C5 M46.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MAVROGORDATO, JOHN - CORRESP. TO BABELON, ERNEST (1919): Autographed Letter

BABELON, ERNEST - CORRESP. FROM MAVROGORDATO, JOHN (1919): Autographed Letter

CHIOS ISLAND - REFERENCE (1919): Autographed Letter

12 5

 97174 McCarthy, Joseph R. 05/04/1950-05/04/1950   McCarthy, Joseph R.. Typed Letter Signed to Georgetown University Director of Athletics John L. Hagerty, 1 page. Dated 5/4/1950. From McCarthy as U.S. Senator on the Committee on Expenditures in the Executive Departments. Acknowledging receipt of Hagerty's views on a piece of legislation.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MCCARTHY, JOSEPH R. - CORRESP. TO HAGERTY, JOHN L. (1950): Typed Letter Signed

HAGERTY, JOHN L. - CORRESP. FROM MCCARTHY, JOSEPH R. (1950): Typed Letter Signed

12 6

 97175 McCarthy, Justin. 07/14/1893-07/14/1893   McCarthy, Justin. Autograph Letter Signed to the editors of "the Youth's Companion," 1 page. Dated 7/14/1893. Regarding a payment to McCarthy for his final paper in the series "Personal Recollections."

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MCCARTHY, JUSTIN - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1893): Autographed Letter

12 7

 97176 McGovern, George. 04/09/1968-04/09/1968   McGovern, George. Typed Letter Signed to Joyce Harrell, 1 page. Dated 4/9/1968. Acknowledging her letter.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MCGOVERN, GEORGE - CORRESP. TO HARRELL, JOYCE (1968): Typed Letter Signed

HARRELL, JOYCE - CORRESP. FROM MCGOVERN, GEORGE (1968): Typed Letter Signed

12 8

 97434 McGovern, George. 04/16/1968-04/16/1968   McGovern, George. Typed Letter Signed to Douglas A. Wiken, 1 page. Dated 4/16/1968. Enclosing an editorial [not retained].

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MCGOVERN, GEORGE - CORRESP. TO WIKEN, DOUGLAS A. (1968): Typed Letter Signed

WIKEN, DOUGLAS A. - CORRESP. FROM MCGOVERN, GEORGE (1968): Typed Letter Signed

12 9

 97435 McGovern, George. 09/09/1968-09/09/1968   McGovern, George. Typed Letter Signed to Cecilia Belanger, 1 page. Dated 9/9/1968. Mentioning changes to the method in which presidential candidates are chosen.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MCGOVERN, GEORGE - CORRESP. TO BELANGER, CECILIA (1968): Typed Letter Signed

BELANGER, CECILIA - CORRESP. FROM MCGOVERN, GEORGE (1968): Typed Letter Signed

12 10

 97177 McNaspy, Clement J., S.J. 10/29/1977-10/29/1977   McNaspy, Clement J., S.J. Typed Letter Signed (with envelope) to Marie M. Price, 1 page. Dated 10/29/1977. Mentioning recent projects, including working on a script for a documentary on the Jesuit Reductions. Sent from Loyola University, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MCNASPY, CLEMENT J., S.J. - CORRESP. TO PRICE, MARIE M. (1977): Typed Letter Signed

PRICE, MARIE M. - CORRESP. FROM MCNASPY, CLEMENT J. (1977): Typed Letter Signed

12 11

 97178 McSherry, William, S.J. 10/26/1828-10/26/1828   McSherry, William, S.J. Autograph Letter Signed to James Ryder, 4 pages. Dated 10/26/1828. Reporting their arrival at Georgetown. References to spending time with Bishop John DuBois in New York, a stop-over in Philadelphia, passing a short time in Baltimore, the Jenkins family of Baltimore, the state of affairs at Georgetown College, and Thomas Appleton. Autograph Notes Signed by George Fenwick and Thomas Mulledy seem to be included. Sent from Goergetown College.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MCSHERRY, WILLIAM, S.J. - CORRESP. TO RYDER, JAMES, S.J. (1828): Autographed Letter

RYDER, JAMES, S.J. - CORRESP. FROM MCSHERRY, WILLIAM (1828): Autographed Letter

GEORGETOWN COLLEGE - CORRESP. ABOUT IT (1828): Autographed Letter

DUBOIS, JOHN - REFERENCE (1828): Autographed Letter

JENKINS FAMILY OF BALTIMORE - REFERENCE (1828): Autographed Letter

APPLETON, THOMAS - REFERENCE (1828): Autographed Letter

FENWICK, GEORGE - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED (1828): Other Types

MULLEDY, THOMAS - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED (1828): Autographed Letter

12 12

 97179 Meany, George. 07/24/1975-07/24/1975   Meany, George. Typed Letter Signed to Rev. Gerald F. Yates, S.J. Dated 7/24/1975. Regarding a dinner for Mr. Solzhenitsyn.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MEANY, GEORGE - CORRESP. TO YATES, GERARD F. (1975): Typed Letter Signed

YATES, GERARD F. - CORRESP. FROM MEANY, GEORGE (1975): Typed Letter Signed

12 13

 97180 Mencken, H.L. 01/10/1926-01/10/1926   Mencken, H.L. Typed Letter Signed to Franklin B. Williams, 1 page. Dated 10/1/1926. Reference to the president of the United States. Gift of Franklin B. Williams 1/4/1975.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MENCKEN, H.L. - CORRESP. TO WILLIAMS, FRANKLIN B. (1926): Typed Letter Signed

WILLIAMS, FRANKLIN B. - CORRESP. FROM MENCKEN, H.L. (1926): Autographed Letter

12 14

 97181 Mencken, H.L. 02/26/1934-02/26/1934   Mencken, H.L. Typed Letter Signed (photocopy) to NAACP Secretary Walter White, 1 page. Dated 2/6/1934. Regarding anti-lynching legislation.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MENCKEN, H.L. - CORRESP. TO WHITE, WALTER (1934): Typed Letter Signed

WHITE, WALTER - CORRESP. FROM MENCKEN, H.L. (1934): Typed Letter Signed

12 15

 97182 Mencken, H.L. 02/26/1934-02/26/1934   Mencken, H.L. Typed Letter Signed to "Dear Henry," 3 pages. Dated 2/26/1934. Regarding anti-lynching legislation. References to the Costiga-Wagner bill, W. Preston Lane, and NAACP Secretary Walter White. From the Robert F. Wagner Papers.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MENCKEN, H.L. - CORRESP. (1934): Typed Letter Signed

12 16

 97183 Mencken, H.L. 11/26/1937-11/26/1937   Mencken, H.L. Typed Letter Signed to Lawrence Spivak, 1 page. Dated 11/26/1937. Apologizing for troubling Spivak with an unidentified issue..

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MENCKEN, H.L. - CORRESP. TO SPIVAK, LAWRENCE (1937): Typed Letter Signed

SPIVAK, LAWRENCE - CORRESP. FROM MENCKEN, H.L. (1937): Typed Letter Signed

12 17

 97184 Mencken, H.L. 04/14/1939-04/14/1939   Mencken, H.L. Typed Letter Signed to Lawrence Spivak, 1 page. Dated 4/14/1939. Saying he criticizes Harold Ickes in the "Sun" from time to time.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MENCKEN, H.L. - CORRESP. TO SPIVAK, LAWRENCE (1939): Typed Letter Signed

ICKES, HAROLD - REFERENCE (1939): Typed Letter Signed

SPIVAK, LAWRENCE - CORRESP. FROM MENCKEN, H.L. (1939): Typed Letter Signed

12 18

 97185 Mencken, H.L. 07/27/1948-07/27/1948   Mencken, H.L. Typed Letter Signed to Lawrence Spivak, 1 page. Dated 7/27/1948. Mentioning his busy schedule.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MENCKEN, H.L. - CORRESP. TO SPIVAK, LAWRENCE (1948): Typed Letter Signed

SPIVAK, LAWRENCE - CORRESP. FROM MENCKEN, H.L. (1948): Typed Letter Signed

12 19

 97186 Mercier, Desire J. 01/22/1915-01/22/1915   Mercier, Desire J. Cardinal. Pamphlet: "Pastoral Letter of His Eminence Cardinal Mercier, Archbishop of Malines, Belgium," reprinted from the "New York Times," 1/22/1915. Also, 1 Signed Photograph of Mercier.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MERCIER, DESIRE J. (CARDINAL) - PAMPHLET (1915): Printed Item

MERCIER, DESIRE J. (CARDINAL) - PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED (UNDATED): Photograph

12 20

 97187 Merton, Thomas. 04/02/1968-05/22/1968   Merton, Thomas. Typed Letter Signed to A. Reza Arasteh, 1 page. Dated 4/2/1968. Planning a visit by Arasteh to the monastery and referring to the paperback edition of "Final Integration." Also, Typed Letter Signed dated 5/22/1968 from Merton to Arasteh, making reference to Arasteh's book "Final Integration." And, printed article by Arasteh: "Global Ethics for a Changing World: Lessons from Practical Wisdom of the Mystics" from ICIS Forum 10/1990. Bicentennial Gift of A. Reza Arasteh, 1989.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MERTON, THOMAS - CORRESP. TO ARASTEH, A. REZA (1968): Typed Letter Signed

ARASTEH, A. REZA - CORRESP. FROM MERTON, THOMAS (1968): Typed Letter Signed

ARASTEH, A. REZA - PRINTED ARTICLE (1990): Printed Item

12 21

 97188 Metternich, Clementine. 07/12/1922-07/12/1922   Metternich, Clementine. Autograph Letter Signed to "Reverend father," 3 pages. Dated 7/12/1922. regretting that he missed his visit, mentioning the selling of linen, and imploring Catholics around the world to unite together. Sent from Vienna, Austria.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

METTERNICH, CLEMENTINE - CORRESP. (1922): Autographed Letter

12 22

 97189 Michelangelo. 03/06/1475-02/18/1564   Michelangelo. Autograph Letter Signed (copy) received. Dated 1519. From Sebastiano, a painter in Rome, to Michelangelo, sculptor.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MICHELANGELO - CORRESP. RECEIVED (1519): Autographed Letter

12 23

 97190 Michelet, M. 06/01/1839-06/30/1839   Michelet, M. 2 Autograph Letters Signed (in French). One letter is dated 6/1839.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MICHELET, M. - AUTOGRAPH LETTERS SIGNED (1839): Autographed Letter

12 24

 97191 Mill, James. 09/01/1823-09/01/1823   Mill, James. Autograph Letter Signed to John Bowring[?]. Dated 9/1/1823. Lamenting that he missed seeing him recently. Sent from E.J. House.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

HILL, JAMES - CORRESP. (1823): Autographed Letter

12 25

 97192 Mill, John Stuart. 02/26/1868-02/26/1868   Mill, John Stuart. Autograph Letter Signed (photocopy) to "Dear Sir," 1 page. Dated 2/26/1868. Requesting that notices not be sent for he has already seen the ones previously sent to him. Original is found laid-in a copy of John Stuart Mill's "Autobiography" (London, 1873).

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

HILL, JOHN STUART - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1868): Autographed Letter

12 26

 97193 Millais, John Everett. 03/12/1893-03/12/1893   Millais, John Everett. Autograph Letter Signed to William Spooner, 1 page. Dated 3/12/1893. Offering thanks and mentioning the view of Avalon at the Kensington Museum. Purchased from Leonard Roberts, Vancouver, BC 7/27/2003.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MILLAIS, JOHN EVERETT - CORRESP. TO SPOONER, WILLIAM (1893): Autographed Letter

SPOONER, WILLIAM - CORRESP. FROM MILLAIS, JOHN EVERETT (1893): Autographed Letter

12 27

 97194 Millay, Edna St. Vincent. 11/09/1927-02/29/1928   Typed Manuscript (Carbon) "The Outlook, November 9, 1927, FEAR, Edna St. Vincent Millay says "You put two men to death because you were afraid but you will not sleep easy on your pillow," 6 pages. With the manuscript notation at the end "True Copy GD [George Dillon], Canton, February 29, 1928." Provenance: From the John Ihlder Papers.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MILLAY, EDNA ST. VINCENT - TYPED MANUSCRIPT (1928): Other Types

12 28

 97195 Miller, Jason. 01/01/1972-12/31/1972   "Playbill Magazine," from Booth Theatre, featuring "That Championship Season," 1972, by Louis Botto. Playbill signed by Jason Miller.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MILLER, JASON - SIGNED PLAYBILL (1972): Printed Item

"THAT CHAMPIONSHIP SEASON" - PLAYBILL (1972): Printed Item

12 29

 97196 Miller, Henry. 03/14/1979-03/14/1979   Miller, Henry. Autograph Letter Signed to Irving Stettner, 1 page. Dated 3/14/1979. Acknowledging receipt of a bill and informing him that he does not know the location of a certain book. Sent from Pacific Palisades, California. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MILLER, HENRY - CORRESP. TO STETTNER, IRVING (1979): Autographed Letter

STETTNER, IRVING - CORRESP. FROM MILLER, HENRY (1979): Autographed Letter

12 30

 97197 Monahan, Michael. 01/01/1909-12/31/1914   Monahan, Michael. 6 Autograph Letters Signed dated 1909-1914 from Michael Monahan, an Irish born American author and editor. He wrote poetry, essays, and biographies. He was also the editor of the "Papyrus" and the "Phoenix." The letters are addressed to a woman whom Monahan calls Lady Bountiful, Madonna, and the Lady of Mill Valley (California). In one of the letters Monahan tells his friend that he has dedicated a section of his book "At the Sign of the Van" (1914) to her, "the Lady of Mill Valley." Monahan's correspondent is probably the author Kathleen Norris. In these letters, Monahan talks mostly about books that he is working on and also about editing the "Papyrus" and the "Phoenix." He also discusses mutual friends.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MONAHAN, MICHAEL - AUTOGRAPH LETTERS SIGNED (1909-1914): Autographed Letter

12 31

 97198 Monroe, James. 11/29/1805-11/29/1805   Monroe, James. Autograph Letter Signed from George Ewing to Monroe, U.S. Minister to England, 1 page. Dated 11/29/1805. Regarding recent news from Madrid. Sent from Madrid. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

EWING, GEORGE - CORRESP. TO MONROE, JAMES (1805): Autographed Letter

MONROE, JAMES - CORRESP. FROM EWING, GEORGE (1805): Autographed Letter

12 32

 97199 Moore, Merrill. 01/01/1949-12/31/1949   Moore, Merrill. Typed Press Release: "Merrill Moore and Clinical Sonnets: A Book about Proper and Improper Bostonians." Also, 1 caricature of Moore, dated 1949 and signed by Moore. And, 1 undated Photograph of Moore.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MOORE, MERRILL - PRESS RELEASE RE: "CLINICAL SONNETS" (UNDATED): Printed Item

MOORE, MERRILL - CARICATURE SIGNED (1949): Graphic Image

MOORE, MERRILL - PHOTOGRAPH (UNDATED): Photograph

12 33

 97200 Moore, Thomas. 01/01/1779-12/31/1852   Moore, Thomas (Irish Poet). Autograph Letter Signed to Mrs. Beliker, 1 page. Undated. Regarding the refusal of an invitation.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MOORE, THOMAS - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (UNDATED): Autographed Letter

12 34

 97201 Morgan Family. 01/01/1800-12/31/1950   Morgan family genealogical material.

12 35

 97202 Morris, William. 12/10/1881-12/10/1881   Morris, William. Autograph Letter Signed, 1 page. Dated 12/10/1881. William Morris, English artist and poet, to T.J. Wise [?] on embossed Kelmscott House stationery, concerning a forthcoming meeting at which the club's annual subscription is to be altered, as well as discussion of the Ashburton House matter. Purchased from Leonard Roberts, Vancouver, BC 1/2004.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MORRIS, WILLIAM - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1881): Autographed Letter

12 36

 97204 Mulligan, William E. 08/08/1985-08/08/1985   Mulligan, William E. Typed Letter Signed to Virginia Tech history professor William Ochsenwald, 1 page. Dated 8/8/1985. Enclosing information on the Saudi [Arabian] Government Railroad [retained in this folder].

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MULLIGAN, WILLIAM E. - CORRESP. TO OCHSENWALD, WILLIAM (1985): Typed Letter Signed

OCHSENWALD, WILLIAM - CORRESP. FROM MULLIGAN, WILLIAM E. (1985): Typed Letter Signed

SAUDI ARABIAN GOVERNMENT RAILROAD - TYPED MANUSCRIPT ABOUT IT (1985): Other Types

12 37

 97205 Mumford, Lewis. 06/14/1968-06/14/1968   Mumford, Lewis. Autograph Letter Signed to "Dear Mr. McDonnell," 1 page. Dated 6/14/1968. Granting him permission to quote from a typed manuscript by Mumford. The Typed Manuscript Signed--retained in the folder--promotes Eugene McCarthy as a U.S. presidential candidate.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MUMFORD, LEWIS - TYPED MANUSCRIPT RE: MCCARTHY, EUGENE (1968): Other Types

MCCARTHY, EUGENE J. - TYPED MANUSCRIPT ABOUT HIM (1968): Other Types

MUMFORD, LEWIS - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1968): Autographed Letter

12 38

 97206 Murdoch, Iris. 01/01/1960-12/31/1999   Murdoch, Iris. Autograph Note Signed, 1 page. Undated. Regarding a quotation about difficulty in life.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MURDOCH, IRIS - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED (UNDATED): Other Types

12 39

 97207 Murphy, Donn B. 01/01/1961-12/31/1961   Murphy, Donn B. Handwritten translation above the text of Jean-Louis Barrault's book, "Journal de Bord: Japon, Israel, Grece, Yogoslavie" (Paris: Julliard, 1961).

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MURPHY, DONN B. - HANDWRITTEN NOTES: TRANSLATION (1961): Other Types

BARRAULT, JEAN-LOUIS - BOOK: "JOURNAL DU BORD" (1961): Printed Item

12 40

 97208 Muskie, Edmund. 06/25/1968-06/25/1968   Muskie, Edmund. Typed Letter Signed (with envelope) to Cecilia Belanger, 1 page. Dated 6/25/1968. Thanking her for sending him a poem "Shall It Be War or Peace?" [not retained].

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MUSKIE, EDMUND S. - CORRESP. TO BELANGER, CECILIA (1968): Typed Letter Signed

BELANGER, CECILIA - CORRESP. FROM MUSKIE, EDMUND S. (1968): Typed Letter Signed

12 41

 97209 Mussolini, Benito. 01/01/1930-12/31/1945   Mussolini, Benito. Photograph Signed. Undated.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MUSSOLINI, BENITO - PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED (UNDATED): Photograph

12 42

 97210 Nasser, Gamal Abdel. 01/01/1950-12/31/1970   Nasser, Gamal Abdel. 7 Photographs. Undated.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

NASSER, GAMAL ABDEL - PHOTOGRAPHS (UNDATED): Photograph

12 43

 97212 Newman, John Henry Cardinal. 03/09/1840-03/09/1840   Newman, John Henry Cardinal. Autograph Letter Signed to W.C. Cotton, writer on bees and friend of Newman, 1 page. Dated 3/9/1840. Thanking him for "your interesting paper" which he has sent to press. Cotton will receive the proof. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

NEWMAN, JOHN HENRY - CORRESP. TO COTTON, W.C. (1840): Autographed Letter

COTTON, W.C. - CORRESP. FROM NEWMAN, JOHN HENRY (1840): Autographed Letter

12 44

 97213 Newman, John Henry Cardinal. 01/08/1845-01/08/1845   Newman, John Henry Cardinal. Autograph Letter Signed, 4 pages. Dated 1/8/1845. Describing a young man who has been staying with Newman for two years but is shortly to leave him to go to Stanley Grove. Sent from Oxford. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

NEWMAN, JOHN HENRY - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1845): Autographed Letter

12 45

 97214 Newman, John Henry Cardinal. 10/05/1845-10/05/1845   Newman, John Henry Cardinal. Autograph Letter Signed (with envelope) to Rev. Edward Coleridge, 1 page. Dated 10/5/1845. Apologizing that he had not written sooner and stating that he is no longer a Fellow at Oriel College, Oxford. Sent from Littlemore. Purchased March 1995.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

NEWMAN, JOHN HENRY - CORRESP. TO COLERIDGE, EDWARD (1845): Autographed Letter

COLERIDGE, EDWARD - CORRESP. FROM NEWMAN, JOHN HENRY (1845): Autographed Letter

12 46

 97215 Newman, John Henry Cardinal. 04/10/1867-04/10/1867   1 Autograph Letter Signed 4/10/1867 from John Henry Newman to Sir John.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

NEWMAN, JOHN HENRY - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1867): Autographed Letter

12 47

 97216 Newman, John Henry Cardinal. 09/10/1869-09/10/1869   Newman, John Henry Cardinal. Autograph Letter Signed to Sir William H.Cope. Dated 9/10/1869. Answering a set of 10 questions about translations and writings. Refrence to Charles Marriott. Sent from the Oratory. Purchased, in part, on funds donated by Frederick B. Scheetz. Purchased from Sotheby's, 1980.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

NEWMAN, JOHN HENRY - CORRESP. TO COPE, WILLIAM H. (1869): Autographed Letter

COPE, WILLIAM H. - CORRESP. FROM NEWMAN, JOHN HENRY (1869): Autographed Letter

MARRIOTT, CHARLES - REFERENCE (1869): Autographed Letter

12 48

 97217 Newman, John Henry Cardinal. 11/25/1871-11/25/1871   Newman, John Henry Cardinal. Autograph Letter Signed (w/ envelope) to "My dear Dr. Noble," 4 pages. Dated 11/25/1871. Regarding the recognition of Russian and Oriental orders. Reference to the Council of Nice. Sent from the Oratory.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

NEWMAN, JOHN HENRY - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1871): Autographed Letter

COUNCIL OF NICE - REFERENCE (1871): Autographed Letter

12 49

 97218 Newman, John Henry Cardinal. 01/05/1875-01/05/1875   Newman, John Henry Cardinal. Autograph Letter Signed to "My dear Lord [Nelson]," 4 pages. Dated 1/5/1875. Thanking him for giving him a pamphlet.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

NEWMAN, JOHN HENRY - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1875): Autographed Letter

12 50

 97219 Newman, John Henry Cardinal. 12/07/1886-12/07/1886   Newman, John Henry Cardinal. Autograph Note Signed, 1 page. Dated 12/7/1886. The document grants a blessing.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

NEWMAN, JOHN HENRY - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED (1886): Other Types

12 51

 97220 Newton, John, S.J. 08/06/1760-06/10/1761   Newton, John, S.J. Autograph Letter transcribed by Fr. Newton on 6/10/1761 from an original dated 8/6/1760 addressed to Mr. Campion at Sawston Hall. Contains a detailed account of the expulsion of the Jesuits from Portuguese possessions. Acquired 7/2002.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

NEWTON, JOHN, S.J. - AUTOGRAPH LETTER (1761): Other Types

JESUITS - EXPULSION FROM PORTUGUESE POSSESSIONS (1760): Other Types

PORTUGAL - EXPULSION OF JESUITS FROM PORT. POSSESSIONS - LETTER (1760): Other Types

12 52

 97221 Norton, Charles Eliot. 06/07/1853-06/07/1853   Norton, Charles Eliot. Autograph Letter Signed, 14 pages. Dated 6/7/1853. From famous professor of art history, Charles Eliot Norton to Manning Ferguson Force, here a young lawyer, later a Civil War general. He is answering a request for the form of oath taken by an Archbishop on assuming the pallium and by a Jesuit on entering his order. He provides details of his search for the information and philosophical summary of the history of the Jesuits which he discovered in the search. He fully quotes the oath of secrecy for Jesuits. Sent from Newport, Rhode Island. Acquired 1997 from Cohasco Auction.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

NORTON, CHARLES ELIOT - CORRESP. TO FORCE, MANNING FERGUSON (1853): Autographed Letter

FORCE, MANNING FERGUSON - CORRESP. FROM NORTON, CHARLES ELIOT (1853): Autographed Letter

12 53

 97223 O'Brien, Richard J., S.J. 04/01/1985-04/01/1985   O'Brien, Richard J., S.J. Audio tape: Linguistics field recording - American Indian. Gift of Robert Emmett Curran, 4/1/1985.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

O'BRIEN, RICHARD, S.J. - LINGUISTICS RECORDING - AMERICAN INDIAN, 1985: Audio Tape

12 54

 97224 O'Connor, John J. 01/01/1996-12/31/1996   O'Connor, John J. Typed Manuscript: "A Cave Dwellar on Holy Hill," 11 pages. Dated 1996. John J. O'Connor was a member of the Georgetown class of 1936.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

O'CONNOR, JOHN J. - TYPED MANUSCRIPT:"CAVE DWELLER ON HOLY HILL"(1996): Other Types

GEORGETOWN - NEIGHBORHOOD - TYPED MANUSCRIPT ABOUT IT (1996): Other Types

13 1

 97226 O'Keefe, Daniel. 12/31/1845-12/31/1845   O'Keefe, Daniel. Autograph Letter Signed to his brother Patrick O'Keefe, 2 pages. Dated 12/31/1845. Mentioning that he will join his brother in America and discussing family and mutual acquaintances. Sent from Ireland to Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

O'KEEFE, DANIEL - CORRESP. TO O'KEEFE, PATRICK (1845): Autographed Letter

O'KEEFE, PATRICK - CORRESP. FROM O'KEEFE, DANIEL (1845): Autographed Letter

13 2

 97227 Palmerston, Lord. 01/01/1832-04/06/1854   Palmerston, Lord (Temple, Henry John). Engraving of him. Dated 1832. Also, Autograph Letter Signed dated 4/6/1854 from Lord Palmerston to the Earl Fortescue, informing him that Queen Victoria approves of the promotion of Corent Newman to lieutenant in the Royal 1st Devon Yeomanry Cavalry; sent from Whitehall.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

PALMERSTON, LORD - ENGRAVING (1832): Graphic Image

TEMPLE, JOHN HENRY - ENGRAVING (1832): Graphic Image

PALMERSTON, LORD - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1854): Graphic Image

TEMPLE, JOHN HENRY - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1854): Graphic Image

NEWMAN, CORNET - REFERENCE (1854): Autographed Letter

13 3

 97229 Panama Hat Company. 01/01/1920-12/31/1929   3 undated Photographs of Ecuadorian Panama Hat Company operations. Photos taken in Cuenca, Ecuador.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

ECUADORIAN PANAMA HAT COMPANY - PHOTOGRAPHS (UNDATED): Photograph

PANAMA HATS - PHOTOS OF ECUADORAN PANAMA HAT CO. (UNDATED): Photograph

CUENCA - ECUADOR - PHOTOGRAPHS OF PANAMA HAT CO. (UNDATED): Photograph

ECUADOR - CUENCA - PHOTOGRAPHS OF PANAMA HAT CO. (UNDATED): Photograph

13 4

 97230 [Panama]. 01/01/1855-12/31/1929   [Panama]. Autograph Letter to "Dear D.," 13 pages Undated. The writer has traveled from New York to Panama for his health, and he is awaiting the return of the vessel homeward. Discussion of time ashore on the isthmus of Panama.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

PANAMA - AUTOGRAPH LETTER RE: BEING ASHORE ON THE ISTHMUS (UNDATED): Other Types

13 5

 97231 Parker, Gilbert. 09/18/1914-09/18/1914   Parker, Gilbert. Typed Letter Signed to "My Dear Sir," 2 pages. Dated 9/18/1914. Regarding German attempts to gain sympathy in America at the outset of World War I. Sent from London.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

PARKER, GILBERT - TYPED LETTER SIGNED (1914): Typed Letter Signed

13 6

 97232 Pater, Walter Horatio. 04/23/1839-04/23/1894   Pater, Walter Horatio. Autograph Letter Signed to "Dear Lucas," possibly E.V. Lucas [or one of his brothers] 1 page. Dated 4/23/18?? requesting that he have dinner with him next Tuesday. Purchased from Leonard Roberts, Vancouver, B.C., 7/27/2003.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

PATER, WALTER HORATIO - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (UNDATED): Autographed Letter

13 7

 97233 Patmore, Coventry. 07/28/1890-07/28/1890   Patmore, Coventry. Autograph Letter Signed (photocopy) to writer W.E. Henley, 1 page. Dated 7/28/1890. Expressing pleasure in a note from Henley and offering a volume of essays to him. In Detroit Collection - PN45 .P35.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

PATMORE, COVENTRY - CORRESP. TO HENLEY, W.E. (1890): Autographed Letter

HENLEY, W.E. - CORRESP. FROM PATMORE, COVENTRY (1890): Autographed Letter

13 8

 97234 Patmore, Derek. 01/01/1947-12/31/1947   Patmore, Derek. Typed Manuscript: "Aspects of Contemporary British Culture," 24 pages. Dated 1947. This manuscript is a lecture delivered by Patmore to the British Council in France.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

PATMORE, DEREK - TYPED MANUSCRIPT RE:CONTEMPORARY BRITISH CULTURE 1947: Other Types

13 9

 97235 Patmore, Derek. 01/01/1951-12/31/1951   Patmore, Derek. Typed Manuscripts by Derek Patmore: "Coventry Patmore and His Circle," 1 page, undated; and "Three Poets Discuss New Verse Forms: The Correspondence of Gerard Manley Hopkins, Robert Bridges, and Coventry Patmore," 13 pages, dated 1951. Gift of Nicholas B. Scheetz 12/27/2002.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

PATMORE, DEREK - TYPED MANUSCRIPTS (1951): Other Types

13 10

 97236 Patmore, Derek. 01/01/1967-12/31/1970   Patmore, Derek. Autograph Manuscript Signed: "Italo Svevo: A Great but Neglected Jewish-Italian Writer, An Appreciation by Derek Patmore," undated. Gift of Nicholas B. Scheetz.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

PATMORE, DEREK - AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT RE: SVEVO, ITALO (UNDATED): Other Types

SVEVO, ITALO - MANUSCRIPT ABOUT HIM (UNDATED): Other Types

13 11

 97237 Patmore, Derek. 01/01/1950-12/31/1970   Patmore, Derek. Typed Manuscript Signed, 6 pages. Undated. Consisting of part of the manuscript regarding Norman Douglas for Patmore's autobiography "Private History." Gift of Nicholas B. Scheetz.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

PATMORE, DEREK - TYPED MANUSCRIPT RE: DOUGLAS, NORMAN (UNDATED): Other Types

DOUGLAS, NORMAN - MANUSCRIPT ABOUT HIM BY PATMORE, DEREK (UNDATED): Other Types

13 12

 97238 Patmore, Derek. 01/01/1950-12/31/1970   Patmore, Derek. Typed Manuscript: "Is There a Return Towards Romanticism in the English Novel?" 10 pages. Undated. Consisting of a book talk for the BBC by Patmore regarding Richard Church and Angus Wilson. Gift of Nicholas B. Scheetz.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

PATMORE, DEREK - TYPED MANUSCRIPT (UNDATED): Other Types

CHURCH, RICHARD - MANUSCRIPT ABOUT HIM (UNDATED): Other Types

WILSON, ANGUS - MANUSCRIPT ABOUT HIM (UNDATED): Other Types

13 13

 97240 Paul, A.H. 09/23/1849-09/23/1849   Paul, A.H. Autograph Letter Signed addressed to him from his brother, 4 pages. Dated 9/23/1849. Describing a harrowing trip from Fort Carney to Sacramento and discussing the California gold rush. Sent from Cold Spring Wever Creek, California to Georgetown, D.C.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

PAUL, A.H. - CORRESP. RECEIVED (1849): Autographed Letter

CALIFORNIA - GOLD RUSH - CORRESP. ABOUT IT (1849): Autographed Letter

COLD SPRING WEVER CREEK - CALIFORNIA - CORRESP. FROM (1849): Autographed Letter

13 14

 97241 Pavesce, Angelus, S.J. 04/13/1868-04/13/1868   Pavesce, Angelus, S.J. Typed Letter Signed (in Latin) to P.I. Ward, S.J., 1 page. Dated 4/13/1868. Regarding a provincial congregation.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

PAVESCE, ANGELUS, S.J. - CORRESP. TO WARD, P.I. (1868): Typed Letter Signed

WARD, P.I., S.J. - CORRESP. FROM PAVESCE, ANGELUS (1868): Typed Letter Signed

13 15

 97243 Pelletier, Marie Euphrasia (Saint). 01/01/1838-12/31/1838   Pelletier, Marie Euphrasia (Saint). Autograph Letter Signed (in French) to "Monseigneur," 3 pages. Dated 1838?

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

PELLETIER, MARIE EUPHRASIA - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1838?): Autographed Letter

13 16

 97244 Pennington, Arthur R. 05/21/1891-05/21/1891   Pennington, Arthur R. Autograph Letter Signed to "Dear Sir," 4 pages. Dated 5/21/1891. Forwarding a copy of his "The Life and Character of Erasmus" and mentioning that he is a candidate for a professorship of Ecclesiastical History at Cambridge. From Shandelle 1874 .P4.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

PENNINGTON, ARTHUR R. - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1891): Autographed Letter

13 17

 97245 [Pennsylvania - University of]. 01/01/1850-12/31/1950   Diploma of J. Crawford Spear, Jr. from the University of Pennsylvania. Dated 3/14/1871.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

SPEAR, J. CRAWFORD, JR. - DIPLOMA FROM U. OF PENNSYLVANIA (1871): Manuscript

13 18

 97246 Perry, Bliss. 10/16/1941-01/30/1942   Perry, Bliss. Autograph Letter Signed (with envelope) to Judge Wendell P. Stafford, 2 pages. Dated 10/16/1941. Regarding a trip to Vermont. Sent from Cambridge, Massachusetts. Also, Typed Letter Signed, 2 pages, dated 1/30/1942 from Walter Husband to Stafford, describing a cold Vermont morning, mentioning a book by Elmer Ellis entitled "Mr. Dooley's America," and discussing mutual acquaintances. And, Autograph Letter Signed, 1 page, on the back of the letter dated 1/30/1942, from "Agnes B. H[usband]." to "Dear friends," referring to a paper about Vermont poets, including Stafford.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

PERRY, BLISS - CORRESP. TO STAFFORD, WENDELL P. (1941): Autographed Letter

STAFFORD, WENDELL P. - CORRESP. FROM PERRY, BLISS (1941): Autographed Letter

HUSBAND, WALTER - CORRESP. TO STAFFORD, WENDELL P. (1942): Autographed Letter

STAFFORD, WENDELL P. - CORRESP. FROM HUSBAND, WALTER (1942): Autographed Letter

HUSBAND, AGNES B. - CORRESP. TO STAFFORD, WENDELL P. (1942): Autographed Letter

STAFFORD, WENDELL P. - CORRESP. FROM HUSBAND, AGNES B. (1942): Autographed Letter

13 19

 97247 Perry, Matthew C. 04/21/1850-04/21/1850   Perry, Matthew C. Autograph Letter Signed to Henry Evelyn Pierrepont, 2 pages. Dated 4/21/1850. References to the court of investigation being in session and the Alvarado affair. Sent from Annapolis, Maryland to Brooklyn, Long Island. Gift of Jay Pierrepont Moffat.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

PERRY, MATTHEW C. - CORRESP. TO PIERREPONT, HENRY EVELYN (1850): Autographed Letter

PIERREPONT, HENRY EVELYN - CORRESP. FROM PERRY, MATTHEW C. (1850): Autographed Letter

13 20

 97248 Phillpotts, Eden. 10/08/1899-10/11/1899   Phillpotts, Eden. Autograph Note Signed to Phillpotts from A.M.S. Mathuen, 1 page. Dated 10/8/1899. Informing him that a third edition is being printed and wondering whether an American edition will be produced. Also, 1 Autograph Letter Signed dated 10/11/1899 from Phillpotts to "My dear Colles [probably a publisher]," 3 pages, expressing his hope that proofs will be sent soon and expressing satisfaction with "Folly and Fresh Air." From his "Children of the Mist," 1898. Gift of Roger H. West.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

PHILLPOTTS, EDEN - CORRESP. FROM MATHUEN, A.M.S. (1899): Autographed Letter

MATHUEN, A.M.S - CORRESP. TO PHILLPOTTS, EDEN (1899): Other Types

13 21

 97250 Pierrepont, Philip Sydney. 03/20/1854-03/20/1854   Pierrepont, Philip Sydney. Autograph Manuscript. Dated 3/20/1854. Consisting of a lease of farm and lands between Philip Sydney Pierrepont and Lord Charles Wellesley in the parishes of Chute, Chute Forrest, and Tangley in the County of Wilts.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

PIERREPONT, PHILIP SYDNEY - LEASE (1854): Manuscript

WELLESLEY, CHARLES (LORD) - LEASE (1854): Manuscript

13 22

 97251 Pipett, Gabriel. 06/03/1962-06/03/1962   Pipett, Gabriel. Autograph Letter Signed to "Dear Bob," 2 pages. Dated 6/3/1962. References to Michelangelo's "Pieta," Pipett's article on mosaic decoration, and various churches. Sent from Bath, England.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

PIPETT, GABRIEL - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1962): Autographed Letter

13 23

 97252 Pius X (Pope). 06/11/1911-06/11/1911   Pius X (Pope). Document Signed, 3 pages. Regarding a pact for peace. Dated 6/11/1911.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

PIUS X (POPE) - DOCUMENT SIGNED (1911): Other Types

13 24

 97253 Plowden, Charles. 07/23/1778-07/23/1778   Plowden, Charles. Autograph Letter Signed to William H. Maxwell Constable, 3 pages. Dated 7/23/1778. Interesting letter regarding Constable's two sons who are pupils of Plowden at the English Academy, Liege.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

PLOWDEN, CHARLES - CORRESP. TO CONSTABLE, WILLIAM H. MAXWELL (1778): Autographed Letter

CONSTABLE, WILLIAM H. MAXWELL - CORRESP. FROM PLOWDEN, CHARLES (1778): Autographed Letter

13 25

 97254 Pollock, Frederick. 01/06/1893-01/06/1893   Pollock, Frederick. Autograph Letter Signed (with envelope) to "Mr. Weeks," 2 pages. Dated 1/6/1893. References to Oliver Wendell Holmes being a mutual friend, Louis Brandeis, Benjamin Cardozo.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

POLLOCK, FREDERICK - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1893): Autographed Letter

HOLMES, OLIVER WENDELL - REFERENCE (1936): Autographed Letter

BRANDEIS, LOUIS - REFERENCE (1936): Autographed Letter

CARDOZO, BENJAMIN - REFERENCE (1936): Autographed Letter

13 26

 97255 Porter, James. 07/31/1820-07/31/1820   Porter, James. Autograph Letter Signed to Spencer Stafford & Co., 1 page. Dated 7/31/1820. Regarding a transaction. Sent from Skaneateler, New York to Albany, New York. Spencer Stafford & Co. were merchants in Albany.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

PORTER, JAMES - CORRESP. TO SPENCER STAFFORD & CO. (1820): Autographed Letter

SPENCER STAFFORD & CO. - CORRESP. FROM PORTER, JAMES (1820): Autographed Letter

13 27

 97258 Powers, Reed. 02/11/1981-02/11/1981   Powers, Reed. 2 signed sketches. Dated 2/11/1981. Also includes typed material about Powers: press release "Reed Powers' Calligraphy" exhibit at Copiague Memorial Public Library and resume.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

POWERS, REED - SIGNED SKETCHES (1981): Graphic Image

POWERS, REED - PRESS RELEASE RE: EXHIBIT (1981): Printed Item

POWERS, REED - RESUME (1981): Printed Item

13 28

 97259 Pratt, Charles Hyde. 01/01/1953-12/31/1953   Pratt, Charles Hyde. Printed Item about him: issue of "Florida Magazine of Verse: A Memorial for Charles Hyde Pratt," vol. 14, Autumn 1953.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

PRATT, CHARLES HYDE - MEMORIAL JOURNAL: FLORIDA MAG OF VERSE (1953): Printed Item

13 29

 97260 Prebble, John. 09/29/1978-09/29/1978   Prebble, John. Typed Letter Signed to Tina May Walter, 1 page. Dated 9/29/1978. Enclosing a list [retained] of work he has done over the years and discussing his concept of art. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

PREBBLE, JOHN - CORRESP. TO WALTER, TINA MAY (1978): Typed Letter Signed

WALTER, TINA MAY - CORRESP. FROM PREBBLE, JOHN (1978): Typed Letter Signed

13 30

 97261 [Princess Anne, Maryland]. 01/01/1843-12/31/1844   [Princess Anne, Maryland]. Diary of a journey from Princess Anne, Maryland to Peoria, Illinois, and expenses, 1843-1844.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

PEORIA - ILLINOIS - DIARY OF JOURNEY TO (1843-1844): Manuscript

PRINCESS ANNE - MARYLAND - DIARY OF JOURNEY FROM (1843-1844): Manuscript

13 31

 97262 [Promissory Notes]. 01/01/1800-12/31/1850   [Promissory Notes]. Dated early 1800s. Possibly from the old house of mayor Richard Crawford of Georgetown.

13 32

 97263 [Punjab Book]. 01/01/1800-12/31/1850   [Punjab Book]. Includes color drawings of life in Punjab. Undated. Gift of Kermit Roosevelt.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

PUNJAB BOOK - BOOK OF DRAWINGS OF LIFE IN PUNJAB (UNDATED): Manuscript

INDIA - PUNJAB - BOOK OF DRAWINGS OF LIFE IN PUBJAB (UNDATED): Manuscript

13 33

 97264 [74th Punjabis]. 01/01/1950-12/31/1990   Autograph Manuscript Card: 74th Punjabis, listing major, captains, and lieutenants.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

PUNJABIS - 74TH - AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT CARD (UNDATED): Other Types

14 1

 97265 Pusey, Edward B. 01/01/1800-12/31/1882   Pusey, Edward. Autograph Letter Signed to "My dear Sir," 7 pages. Undated. Regarding writings about the Popes.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

PUSEY, EDWARD B. - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (UNDATED): Autographed Letter

14 2

 97266 Ramaz, C.F. 01/01/1950-12/31/1980   Ramaz, C.F. Autograph Manuscript (in French), 1 page. Undated. #2 of 10 on Japan of Labeanre.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

RAMAZ, C.F. - AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT: 1 PAGE ONLY (UNDATED): Manuscript

14 3

 97267 Ransome, Arthur. 11/01/1951-11/03/1951   Ransome, Arthur. Autograph Letter Signed to Sir Ralph Wedgewood, 2 pages. Dated 11/1/1951. Inquiring about his youthful canoeing exploits, asking him whether he had known the great Victorian canoeist Rob Roy MacGregor, and making reference to E.F. Knight. Also, an Autograph Letter Signed from Ransome to Wedgewood, 2 pages, dated 11/3/1951, thanking him for replying to him and mentioning a book about the Danube.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

RANSOME, ARTHUR - CORRESP. TO WEDGWOOD, RALPH (SIR) (1951): Autographed Letter

WEDGWOOD, RALPH (SIR) - CORRESP. FROM RANSOME, ARTHUR (1951): Autographed Letter

MACGREGOR, ROB ROY - REFERENCE (1951): Autographed Letter

KNIGHT, E.F. - REFERENCE (1951): Autographed Letter

14 4

 97269 Richards, J. Havens, S.J. 07/03/1894-08/25/1894   Richards, J. Havens, S.J. Typed Letter Signed as Georgetown University President to U.S. Treasurer Daniel N. Morgan, 1 page. Dated 7/3/1894. Inquiring about an undisclosed matter. Also, Autograph Letter Signed from Fr. Richards to Morgan, 1 page, dated 8/25/1894, requesting that a tour of the Treasury Department be given to several scholastics from Woodstock College. Gift of Charles Apfelbaum.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

RICHARDS, J. HAVENS, S.J. - CORRESP. TO MORGAN, DANIEL N. (1894): Autographed Letter

MORGAN, DANIEL N. - CORRESP. FROM RICHARDS, J. HAVENS (1894): Autographed Letter

14 5

 97270 Richards, William. 03/20/1887-03/20/1887   Richards, William. Autograph Manuscript: "On the Road to Rome, and How Two Brothers Got There," 71 pages. Dated 3/20/1887.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

RICHARDS, WILLIAM - AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT (1887): Other Types

14 6

 97271 Riggs, Elisha, Jr. 01/01/1846-12/31/1846   Riggs, Elisha, Jr. Poems, 4 pages. Dated 7/1/1846. Found in Der Nibelungen Noth.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

RIGGS, ELISHA, JR. - POEMS (1846): Manuscript

14 7

 97272 Robbins, Harold. 01/10/1950-01/10/1950   Robbins, Harold. Typed Letter Signed to Terry Ramsaye, 1 page. Dated 1/10/1950. From Robbins of Universal Pictures Company Inc., to Ramsaye, of Quigley Publications, enclosing a copy of Robbin's book "The Dream Merchants."

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

ROBBINS, HAROLD - CORRESP. TO RAMSAYE, TERRY (1950): Other Types

RAMSAYE, TERRY - CORRESP. FROM ROBBINS, HAROLD (1950): Typed Letter Signed

14 8

 97273 Rockwell, George Lincoln. 08/24/1963-08/24/1963   Rockwell, George Lincoln. Typed Letter Signed to the editor of the "Northern Virginia Sun," 2 pages. Dated 8/24/1963. From Rockwell as head of the American Nazi Party, regarding a demonstration in Washington that month.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

ROCKWELL, GEORGE LINCOLN - TYPED LETTER SIGNED (1963): Typed Letter Signed

14 9

 97277 Roosevelt, Archibald. 04/17/1943-05/11/1943   Roosevelt, Archibald, Jr. Autograph Letter Signed (photostat) received from his father A.D. Roosevelt, 1 page. Dated 4/17/1943. Concerning the son's job in the Psychological Warfare department. Sent from San Francisco. Also, Autograph Letter (photostat) received by Archibald Roosevelt, Jr. from K.T. Roosevelt, 1 page, dated 5/11/1943, mentioning getting caught in an air raid; sent from New York City.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

ROOSEVELT, ARCHIBALD, JR. - CORRESP. FROM ROOSEVELT, A.D. (1943): Autographed Letter

ROOSEVELT, A.D. - CORRESP. TO ROOSEVELT, ARCHIBALD, JR. (1943): Autographed Letter

ROOSEVELT, ARCHIBALD, JR. - CORRESP. FROM ROOSEVELT, J.T. (1943): Autographed Letter

ROOSEVELT, J.T. - CORRESP. TO ROOSEVELT, ARCHIBALD, JR. (1943): Autographed Letter

14 10

 97278 Roosevelt, Franklin D. 12/13/1943-12/13/1943   Roosevelt, Franklin D. Photograph of Roosevelt seated at the Cairo Conference. Also pictured seated are Chiang Kai-shek, Madam Chiang Kai- shek, and Winston Churchill. Dated 12/13/1943.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D. - PHOTOGRAPH AT CAIRO CONFERENCE (1943): Photograph

CHIANG KAI-SHEK - PHOTOGRAPH AT CAIRO CONFERENCE (1943): Photograph

CHIANG KAI-SHEK, MADAME - PHOTOGRAPH AT CAIRO CONFERENCE (1943): Photograph

CHURCHILL, WINSTON (SIR) - PHOTOGRAPH AT CAIRO CONFERENCE (1943): Photograph

CAIRO CONFERENCE - PHOTOGRAPH (1943): Photograph

14 11

 97279 Roothaan, Jean, S.J. 07/20/1847-07/20/1847   Roothaan, Jean, S.J. Autograph Letter Signed (in French) to the editor-in-chief of the "Journal des Debats," 3 pages. Protesting an article denouncing a voyage of the General of the Jesuits to replace the minister of war of Sardinia. From Fr. Roothaan as General of the Jesuits. Dated 7/20/1847.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

ROOTHAAN, JEAN, S.J. - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1847): Autographed Letter

14 12

 97280 Roseberry, Lord. 01/01/1800-12/31/1900   Roseberry, Lord. Bookplate. Undated.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

ROSEBERRY, LORD - BOOKPLATE (UNDATED): Printed Item

14 13

 97281 Rosetti, Christina Georgina. 01/01/1830-12/31/1864   Rossetti, Christina Georgina. Autograph Letter Signed to Miss Crowe. Dated merely "Monday" (prior to 1865, when the Albany Street number changed to 166). Asking on behalf of a friend if "ladies visiting the Victoria Press must divest themselves of crinnoline." Sent from 45 Upper Albany Street. Purchased from Leonard Roberts, Vancouver, BC, 1/2004.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

ROSSETTI, CHRISTINA GEORGINA - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (PRE-1865): Autographed Letter

14 14

 97282 Rosetti, Christina Georgina. 01/01/1830-12/31/1894   Rossetti, Christina Georgina. Autograph Note Signed (fragment), 1 page. Undated. Stating that a photograph is not on sale. Purchased from Leonard Roberts, Vancouver, BC 7/27/2003.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

ROSSETTI, CHRISTINA GEORGINA - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED (UNDATED): Other Types

14 15

 97283 Rosetti, Christina Georgina. 01/01/1830-12/31/1894   Rossetti, Christina Georgina. Autograph Letter Signed to "Dear Sir," 1 page. Undated. Thanking him for providing an editor's name. Purchased from Leonard Roberts, Vancouver, BC 7/27/2003.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

ROSSETTI, CHRISTINA GEORGINA - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (UNDATED): Autographed Letter

14 16

 97284 Rosetti, Dante Gabriel. 01/01/1856-12/25/1919   Rossetti, Dante Gabriel. Annotations in a printed copy (bound in parchment) of "The Burden of Nineveh," 6 pages. Dated 1856. Also includes tipped in Autograph Letter Signed from Rossetti to Edmund William Gosse, 1 page, dated 11/12/1879, thanking him for the new poems sent. Also, tipped in Autograph Letter Signed from F.S. Oliver to Gosse, 3 pages, undated, wishing him well on an anniversary and lamenting that they have not seen each other in a while. And, book plate of Gosse. Gift of Mrs. David A. Baer.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

ROSSETTI, DANTE GABRIEL - ANNOTATIONS IN "BURDEN OF NINEVEH" (1856): Other Types

ROSSETTI, DANTE GABRIEL - CORRESP. TO GOSSE, EDMUND WILLIAM (1879): Autographed Letter

"BURDEN OF NINEVEH" - ANNOTATIONS BY ROSSETTI, DANTE GABRIEL (1856): Manuscript

GOSSE, EDMUND WILLIAM - CORRESP. FROM ROSSETTI, EDMUND WILLIAM (1879): Autographed Letter

OLIVER, F.S. - CORRESP. TO GOSSE, EDMUND WILLIAM (UNDATED): Autographed Letter

GOSSE, EDMUND WILLIAM - CORRESP. FROM OLIVER, F.S. (UNDATED): Autographed Letter

GOSSE, EDMUND WILLIAM - BOOK PLATE (1919?): Printed Item

14 17

 97285 Rosetti, Dante Gabriel. 01/30/1866-01/30/1866   Rossetti, Dante Gabriel. Autograph Letter Signed to an unidentified correspondent, 2 pages. Dated 1/30/1866. Regarding a work by the correspondent. Purchased from Len Roberts, Vancouver, B.C., 7/27/2003.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

ROSSETTI, DANTE GABRIEL - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1866): Autographed Letter

14 18

 97286 Rotha, Paul. 06/22/1939-06/22/1939   Rotha, Paul. Typed Letter Signed to Terry Ramsaye of the "Motion Picture Herald," Quigley Publishing Company, 1 page. Dated 6/22/1939. Thanking him for a good review of Rotha's book in the "Motion Picture Herald." Reference to Aubrey Flanagan. Sent from London.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

ROTHA, PAUL - CORRESP. TO RAMSAYE, TERRY (1939): Typed Letter Signed

RAMSAYE, TERRY - CORRESP. FROM ROTHA, PAUL (1939): Typed Letter Signed

FLANAGAN, AUBREY - REFERENCE (1939): Typed Letter Signed

14 19

 97287 Rothenstein, William. 04/20/1931-04/20/1931   Rothenstein, William. Autograph Letter Signed (with envelope) to Harry Salpeter, 1 page. Dated 4/20/1931. Saying he was surprised at the reception of his own book. Sent from Campden Hill, Kensignton, W.S. to New York City. From "Since Fifty" - Zimmerman gift, the Mark Holstein copy.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

ROTHENSTEIN, WILLIAM - CORRESP. TO SALPETER, HARRY (1931): Autographed Letter

SALPETER, HARRY - CORRESP. FROM ROTHENSTEIN, WILLIAM (1931): Autographed Letter

14 20

 97288 Rowse, A.L. 09/18/1975-09/18/1975   Rowse, A.L. Autograph Letter Signed to "Dear Mr. Godward," 1 page. Dated 9/18/1975. Offering best wishes for a collection and a show and stating what a fine county Nottinghamshire is. Sent from All Souls College, Oxford.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

ROWSE, A.L. - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1975): Autographed Letter

14 21

 97289 Rowse, A.L. 03/08/1982-03/08/1982   Rowse, A.L. Autograph Letter Signed to Georgetown University Manuscripts Librarian Nicholas B. Scheetz, 1 page. Postmarked 3/8/1982. Regarding a possible lecture by Rowse at Georgetown University. Sent from Lynchburg, Virginia.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

ROWSE, A.L. - CORRESP. TO SCHEETZ, NICHOLAS B. (1982): Autographed Letter

SCHEETZ, NICHOLAS B. - CORRESP. FROM ROWSE, A.L. (1982): Autographed Letter

14 22

 97290 Roy, P.E. 01/01/1800-12/31/1900   Roy, P.E. Typed Card with Autograph Note of best wishes, 1 page. Undated. Fr. Roy was the Archbishop of Quebec.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

ROY, P.E. - TYPED CARD & AUTOGRAPH NOTE (UNDATED): Other Types

14 23

 97291 Russell, Bertrand. 12/03/1930-12/03/1930   Russell, Bertrand. Typed Letter Signed to Hayden Church, 2 pages. Dated 12/3/1930. Regarding measures of the success of his life, namely work in philosophy and mathematical logic, work on social questions, success of his children, and personal influence on people he has known. Gift of Paul F. Betz, 3/20/2002.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

RUSSELL, BERTRAND - CORRESP. TO CHURCH, HAYDEN (1930): Typed Letter Signed

CHURCH, HAYDEN - CORRESP. FROM RUSSELL, BERTRAND (1930): Typed Letter Signed

14 24

 97293 [Rush, Benjamin]. 01/01/1799-12/31/1800   [Rush, Benjamin]. 2 Notebooks of lectures by Benjamin Rush. One notebook was written by Richard Duckett and is dated 1799-1800. The other notebook seems to be undated.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

RUSH, BENJAMIN - NOTES BY DUCKETT,RICHARD ON RUSH'S LECTURES 1799-1800: Other Types

DUCKETT, RICHARD - NOTES ON BENJAMIN RUSH'S LECTURES (1799-1800): Other Types

14 25

 97294 Rutledge, Archibald. 07/01/1951-07/31/1951   Rutledge, Archibold. Notebook containing Autograph Manuscript poems, 153 pages. Presented to Georgetown University Library, 7/1951.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

RUTLEDGE, ARCHIBALD - AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT POEMS (1951): Other Types

14 26

 97295 Ruskin, John. 07/23/1875-07/23/1875   Ruskin, John. Autograph Letter Signed to "My dear Allen," 3 pages. Dated 7/23/1875. Mentioning intellectual work despite poor health. Also, 1 Engraving of W. Ruskin.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

RUSKIN, JOHN - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1875): Autographed Letter

RUSKIN, W. - ENGRAVING OF HIM (UNDATED): Graphic Image

14 27

 97296 Ryan, Abram J. 11/21/1881-06/26/1917   Ryan, Abram J. Autograph Manuscript Signed: "To-day fifty years at the altar," 9 pages. Dated 11/21/1881. Also, Autograph Letter Signed from Thomas F. O'Rourke to Rev. Peter V. Masterton, S.J., 1 page, dated 6/26/1917, transmitting this manuscript.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

RYAN, ABRAM J. - AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT SIGNED BY HIM (1881): Other Types

O'ROURKE, THOMAS F. - CORRESP. TO MASTERTON, PETER V. (1917): Autographed Letter

MASTERTON, PETER V. - CORRESP. FROM O'ROURKE, THOMAS F. (1917): Autographed Letter

14 28

 97297 Sackville-West, Edward. 01/01/1900-12/31/1900   Sackville-West, Edward. Autograph Card sent to him, 1 page. Undated.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

SACKVILLE-WEST, EDWARD - AUTOGRAPH CARD RECEIVED (UNDATED): Other Types

14 29

 97298 [Salisbury]. 01/01/1800-12/31/1900   [Salisbury]. Bishops of. 19th century. W.K. Hamilton (2 autograph letters signed), George Moberly (autograph note signed), and John Wordsworth (autograph letter signed and autograph fragment). Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

HAMILTON, W.K. - AUTOGRAPH LETTERS SIGNED (19TH CENTURY): Autographed Letter

MOBERLY, GEORGE - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED (19TH CENTURY): Other Types

WORDSWORTH, JOHN - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (19TH CENTURY): Other Types

14 30

 97299 Santayana, George. 09/14/1894-09/14/1894   Santayana, George. Autograph Letter Signed to Pierre de Chaignon la Rose, 1 page. Dated 9/14/1894.Regarding a contribution to the Monthly. Also, 1 Autograph Manuscript Signed poem by Santayana: "Before a Statue of Achiles," 2 pages.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

SANTAYANA, GEORGE - CORRESP. TO CHAIGNON LA ROSE, PIERRE DE (1894): Autographed Letter

CHAIGNON LA ROSE, PIERRE DE - CORRESP. FROM SANTAYANA, GEORGE (1894): Autographed Letter

SANTAYANA, GEORGE - AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT SIGNED POEM (UNDATED): Other Types

14 31

 97300 Santayana, George. 01/01/1894-12/31/1939   Santayana, George. Annotations (photocopies) in the following books: "Nature of the Physical World" (Eddington) (83A144) 1928, Pragmatism (William James) (83A145) 1907, "My Life and Adventures" (Earl Russell) 83A152, Lucretius - Text Vol. 1 (83A148), "Phaedo of Plato" (83A151) 1894, and "Kant's Critique of Pure Reason" (83A146).

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

SANTAYANA, GEORGE - ANNOTATIONS (1890S?-1930S?): Other Types

15 1

 97301 Scalia, Antonin. 04/12/1978-07/22/1986   Scalia, Antonin. Typed Letter Signed to Rev. James L. Connor, S.J., 2 pages. Dated 4/12/1978. Also, Typed Letter from Connor in reply, 1 page, dated 5/1/1978, In addition, Typed Letter from Connor to Fr. Schoder, introducing Scalia. These letters are about the Catholic Church in the United States. And, Typed Letter Signed from Rev. Tom Widner, S.J. to Georgetown University Archivist Jon Reynolds, 1 page, dated 7/22/1986, sending along these letters to the Georgetown.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

SCALIA, ANTONIN - CORRESP. TO CONNOR, JAMES L., S.J. (1978): Typed Letter Signed

CONNOR, JAMES L., S.J. - CORRESP. FROM SCALIA, ANTONIN (1978): Typed Letter Signed

CONNOR, JAMES L., S.J. - CORRESP. TO SCHODER, RAYMOND V., S.J. (1978): Other Types

SCHODER, RAYMOND V., S.J. - CORRESP. FROM CONNOR, JAMES L. (1978): Other Types

CONNOR, JAMES L., S.J. - CORRESP. TO SCALIA, ANTONIN (1978): Typed Letter Signed

SCALIA, ANTONIN - CORRESP. FROM CONNOR, JAMES L. (1978): Typed Letter Signed

WIDNER, TOM, S.J. - CORRESP. TO REYNOLDS, JON (1986): Typed Letter Signed

REYNOLDS, JON - CORRESP. FROM WIDNER, TOM, S.J. (1986): Typed Letter Signed

15 2

 97304 Serra, Junipero. 12/09/1779-11/21/1853   Serra, Junipero. Autograph Document Signed (in Spanish), 2 pages. Dated 12/9/1779. Also, Autograph Letter Signed from Alexander S. Taylor to George W. Riggs, 4 pages, dated 11/21/1853, requesting a copy of his book and promising to send him a copy of anything he publishes. Taylor explains that he is collecting information about the California missions; sent from Monterey, California to New York. These letters were a gift of Alice Riggs in 1920.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

SERRA, JUNIPERO - AUTOGRAPH DOCUMENT SIGNED (1779): Other Types

RIGGS, GEORGE W. - CORRESP. FROM TAYLOR, ALEXANDER S. (1853): Autographed Letter

TAYLOR, ALEXANDER S. - CORRESP. TO RIGGS, GEORGE W. (1853): Autographed Letter

15 3

 97305 Seton, Ernest Thompson (Mrs.). 01/18/1968-01/18/1968   Seton, Ernest Thompson, Mrs. Typed Letter Signed to Leonard S. Wilson, 1 page. Dated 1/18/1968. Regarding interest in books by Ernest Thompson Seton and enclosing a list of books by Ernest Thompson Seton and Julia M. Seton. Sent from Seton Village, Santa Fe, New Mexico to Alexandria, Virginia.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

SETON, ERNEST THOMPSON (MRS.) - CORRESP. TO WILSON, LEONARD S. (1968): Typed Letter Signed

WILSON, LEONARD S. - CORRESP. FROM SETON, ERNEST THOMPSON (MRS.) 1968: Typed Letter Signed

SETON, ERNEST THOMPSON - LIST OF BOOKS BY HIM (1968): Other Types

SETON, JULIA M. - LIST OF BOOKS BY HER (1968): Other Types

15 4

 97307 Shea, John Gilmary. 01/01/1824-12/31/1892   Shea, John Gilmary. Autograph Letter Signed to Joel Munsell, 2 pages. Undated. Regarding his philosophy on book sales and retention of his publications.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

SHEA, JOHN GILMARY - CORRESP. TO MUNSELL, JOEL (UNDATED): Autographed Letter

MUNSELL, JOEL - CORRESP. FROM SHEA, JOHN GILMARY (UNDATED): Autographed Letter

15 5

 97308 Sheed, Maisie Ward. 01/01/1968-12/31/1968   Sheed, Maisie Ward. Autograph Letter Signed to Rev. John V. O'Connor, S.J., 4 pages. Dated 9/16/1968. Proposing that Sawston Hall be used as a residence for Jesuit students at Cambridge University. Also, Typed Letter from Fr. O'Connor to Sheed, 1 page, dated 10/11/1968, declining the use of Sawston hall for that purpose. In addition, Typed Letter from Fr. O'Connor to Sheed, 1 page, dated 9/24/1968, acknowledging receipt of Sheed's letter of 9/16/1968. Also, Typed manuscript: "Draft of the Preliminary Particulars of: Sawston Hall," 6 pages. Includes color brochure of Sawston Hall.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

SHEED, MAISIE WARD - CORRESP. FROM O'CONNOR, JOHN V. (1968): Typed Letter Signed

O'CONNOR, JOHN V., S.J. - CORRESP. TO SHEED, MAISIE WARD (1968): Other Types

SAWSTON HALL - BROCHURE (1968): Printed Item

15 6

 97309 Shelbourne, Earl of. 01/13/1767-01/13/1767   Shelbourne, Earl of. Autograph Letter Signed to the Deputy Governor of Maryland, 1 page. Dated 1/13/1767. Requesting information about fees for land grants and other activities in the colonies. Sent from Whitehall.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

SHELBOURNE, EARL OF - CORRESP. (1767): Autographed Letter

15 7

 97310 Sheridan, Richard Brinsley. 01/01/1751-12/31/1816   Sheridan, Richard Brinsley. Autograph Letter Signed to Mr. Peake, treasurer of Drury Lane Theatre: "Send me word that all is right....",1 page. Undated.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

SHERIDAN, RICHARD BRINSLEY - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (UNDATED): Autographed Letter

15 8

 97311 Sillitoe, Alan. 06/13/1984-06/13/1984   Sillitoe, Alan. Autograph Letter Signed to Mrs. Goddard, 1 page. Dated 6/13/1984. Enclosing an Autograph Manuscript (1st page only): "Saturday Night and Sunday Morning."

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

SILLITOE, ALAN - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1984): Autographed Letter

SILLITOE, ALAN - AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT SIGNED (1984): Other Types

15 9

 97312 Simpson, Thomas. 12/14/1760-12/14/1760   Simpson, Thomas. Autograph Document Signed: Last will and testament, 2 pages. Dated 12/14/1760. Simpson lived in Charles County, Maryland.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

SIMPSON, THOMAS - LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT (1760): Other Types

15 10

 97313 Sitwell, Sacheverill. 07/25/1978-07/25/1978   Sitwell, Sacheverill. Autograph Manuscript Signed:"Orange tree by night," 1 page. Dated 7/25/1978.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

SITWELL, SACHEVERILL - AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT SIGNED (1978): Other Types

15 11

 97314 Sketchbook. 01/01/1900-12/31/1950   Sketchbook of an unknown artist depicting various sites, including glass doors at Constitution Hall (Washington, DC), Lafayette Monument (Baltimore), Aetna Life Insurance Building, Stone Panels Penn Station, (NY), Architrave Scottish Rite Temple, Lincoln Memorial, Pan-American Building, steps at main entrance of Arlington Cemetery, Freer Art Gallery, fountain at Dupont Circle, Ellipse fountain (Washington, DC), assembly room Chamber of Commerce Building (Washington, DC), lecture room and reading room of Academy if Science (Washington, DC), entrance of Hay-Adams House, McLean Townhouse (15th & I Sts.), Cartouche All Souls Church, details of Octagon House, Fairfax Bank, Truro Parish Falls Church [VA], George Washington University, pedestal to statue at Treasury Building, and wood gates at Meridian Hill Park.

15 12

 97315 Smith, Alfred E. 10/26/1938-10/26/1938   Smith, Alfred E. Autograph Letter Signed to A.R. Pinci, 1 page. Dated 10/26/1938. From Smith as President of the Empire State, Inc., with reference to much being written about Smith's views on prohibition and the religious issue. Smith says his time is taken up by business enterprises that are suffering. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

SMITH, ALFRED E. - CORRESP. TO PINCI, A.R. (1938): Typed Letter Signed

PINCI, A.R. - CORRESP. FROM SMITH, ALFRED E. (1938): Typed Letter Signed

15 13

 97316 Smith, Alfred E. 08/04/1943-08/17/1943   Smith, Alfred E. Typed Letter Signed to Joseph F. Rogers, 1 page. Dated 8/4/1943. From Smith as President of the Empire State, Inc., promising to send him a copy of his campaign speeches from 1928. Also, Typed Letter Signed (w/ envelope) from Smith to Rogers, 1 page, dated 8/17/1943, trying to set up a time to meet for lunch or dinner. Purchased from estate of Joseph F. Rogers in 6/1978.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

SMITH, ALFRED E. - CORRESP. TO ROGERS, JOSEPH F. (1943): Typed Letter Signed

ROGERS, JOSEPH F. - CORRESP. FROM SMITH, ALFRED E. (1943): Typed Letter Signed

15 14

 97317 Smith, J.H. 07/18/1799-07/18/1799   Smith, J.H. Partly Printed Document Signed, 3 pages. Dated 7/18/1799. Regarding damaged merchandise and mentioning Smith, a merchant in New York.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

SMITH, J.H. - DOCUMENT RE: DAMAGED GOODS (1799): Manuscript

15 15

 97318 Smith, Joseph. 08/09/1839-08/09/1839   Smith, Joseph. Document, 1 page. Dated 8/9/1839. Regarding Captain Thomas A. Linton and a detachment of Marines. Joseph Smith commanded the U.S. Ship "Ohio."

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

SMITH, JOSEPH - DOCUMENT RE: U.S. SHIP "OHIO" (1839): Other Types

LINTON, THOMAS A. - DOCUMENT RE: U.S. SHIP "OHIO" (1839): Other Types

"OHIO" - U.S. SHIP - DOCUMENT (1839): Other Types

15 16

 97319 Smith, William Jay. 05/20/1982-05/20/1982   Smith, William Jay. Typed Letter Signed to Georgetown University Librarian Joseph E. Jeffs, 1 page. Dated 5/20/1982. Accepting the honor of speaking at the opening of an exhibit entitled "Katherine Garrison Chapin: Her Work and Her Circle."

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

SMITH, WILLIAM JAY - CORRESP. TO JEFFS, JOSEPH E. (1982): Typed Letter Signed

JEFFS, JOSEPH E. - CORRESP. FROM SMITH, WILLIAM JAY (1982): Typed Letter Signed

15 17

 97321 Southworth, E.D.E.N. 11/27/1893-11/27/1893   Southworth, E.D.E.N. 2 Autograph Letters Signed. Dated 11/21/1893 and 11/18/1894. The first letter, 4 pages, addressed to her grandson, refers to her thoughts about a trip to Egypt and about an accident that hurt her hand. The second letter, 4 pages, addressed to "My Young Dear Friend," mentions her being libeled and her plan to defend herself through writing. Both sent from Prospect Cottage, Georgetown, Washington, D.C. Purchased from David Holmes Autographs, Philadelphia, PA, 9/9/1993.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

SOUTHWORTH, E.D.E.N. - AUTOGRAPH LETTERS SIGNED (1893-1894): Autographed Letter

15 18

 97322 Speede, John. 01/01/1600-12/31/1699   [Speede, John]. Set of notes on Speede's "The Historicall Part of Great Britaine," 157 pages. Manuscript by Sir Thomas Phillipps, Middle Hill manuscript #3956. Phillipps' bookplate is present. Gift of Woodstock Library.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

SPEEDE, JOHN - NOTES ON HIS HISTORY (17TH CENTURY): Manuscript

PHILLIPPS, THOMAS (SIR) - MANUSCRIPT (17TH CENTURY): Manuscript

MIDDLE HILL MANUSCRIPT - MANUSCRIPT #3956: Manuscript

PHILLIPPS, THOMAS (SIR) - BOOK PLATE (17TH CENTURY): Printed Item

15 19

 97323 Stanton, Edwin M. 12/19/1865-12/19/1865   Stanton, Edwin M. Autograph Letter Signed to E.B. Washburn, 1 page. Dated 12/19/1865. Declining to speak at Congressional funeral services honoring President Abraham Lincoln. Gift of Francis C. Brown, Jr.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

STANTON, EDWIN M. - CORRESP. TO WASHBURN, E.B. (1865): Autographed Letter

WASHBURN, E.B. - CORRESP. FROM STANTON, EDWIN M. (1865): Autographed Letter

LINCOLN, ABRAHAM - REFERENCE TO CONGRESSIONAL SERVICE IN HIS HONOR1865: Autographed Letter

15 20

 97324 "States and Union". 12/08/1860-12/08/1860   Newspaper: "The States and Union," Washington, D.C., Saturday, 12/8/1860.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

"STATES AND UNION" - NEWSPAPER (1860): Printed Item

15 21

 97325 Stedman, Edmund C. 01/23/1886-01/23/1886   Stedman, Edmund C. Letter Signed to Maurice Francis Egan, 1 page. Dated 1/13/1886. A form requesting an autograph.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

STEDMAN, EDMUND C. - CORRESP. TO EGAN, MAURICE (1886): Other Types

EGAN, MAURICE - CORRESP. FROM STEDMAN, EDMUND C. (1886): Other Types

15 22

 97326 Stegner, Wallace. 03/09/1984-03/09/1984   Stegner, Wallace. Typed Letter Signed to "Dear Mr. Moody," 1 page. Dated 3/9/1984. Enclosing a photo of himself [retained in this folder]. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

STEGNER, WALLACE - TYPED LETTER SIGNED (1984): Typed Letter Signed

STEGNER, WALLACE - PHOTOGRAPH (1984?): Photograph

15 23

 97327 Stephen, Leslie (Sir). 08/02/1891-08/02/1891   Stephen, Leslie (Sir). Autograph Letter Signed to "Dear Sir," 3 pages. Dated 8/2/1891. Regarding philosophical matters.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

STEPHEN, LESLIE (SIR) - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1891): Autographed Letter

15 24

 97328 Stephen, Leslie (Sir). 01/01/1845-09/23/1920   Stephen, Leslie (Sir). Stephen's copy of John Henry Newman's "An Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrine (London: Toovey, 1845)" containing four pages of autograph notes by Stephen at the end of the volume. Inscribed by Mangum Weeks 9/23/1920. Book plate of Mangum Weeks is present.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

STEPHEN, LESLIE (SIR) - AUTOGRAPH NOTES (UNDATED): Other Types

WEEKS, MANGUM - BOOK PLATE (1920?): Printed Item

NEWMAN, JOHN HENRY - BOOK (1845): Printed Item

15 25

 97329 Stettinius, Edward R. 03/23/1949-11/23/1949   Stettinius, Edward R., Jr. Typed Letter Signed to Mrs. Robert W. Hartley, 1 page. Dated 3/23/1949. Thanking her for work regarding the Yalta manuscript. Sent from Rapidan, Virginia to the Department of State, Washington, D.C Also, Typed Letter Signed, 1 page, dated 11/15/1949, from L.F. Wallace to Robert W. Hartley, letting him know he is sending him a copy of "Roosevelt and the Russians, the Yalta Conference." And, Typed Letter, 1 page, dated 11/23/1949 from Robert W. Hartley to L.F. Wallace, thanking him for the copy of that book.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

STETTINIUS, EDWARD R. - CORRESP. TO HARTLEY, ROBERT W. (MRS.) (1949): Typed Letter Signed

HARTLEY, ROBERT W. (MRS.) - CORRESP. FROM STETTINIUS, EDWARD R. (1949): Typed Letter Signed

WALLACE, L.F. - CORRESP. TO HARTLEY, ROBERT W. (1949): Typed Letter Signed

HARTLEY, ROBERT W. - CORRESP. FROM WALLACE, L.F. (1949): Typed Letter Signed

HARTLEY, ROBERT W. - CORRESP. TO WALLACE, L.F. (1949): Other Types

WALLACE, L.F. - CORRESP. FROM HARTLEY, ROBERT W. (1949): Other Types

16 1

 97330 Stevenson, Robert Louis. 11/28/1891-11/28/1891   Stevenson, Robert Louis. Partly Printed Note Signed, 1 page. Dated 11/28/1891. Regarding a delivery.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

STEVENSON, ROBERT LOUIS - NOTE SIGNED (1891): Manuscript

16 2

 97331 Stillman, William J. 06/01/1860-06/01/1869   Stillman, William J. Autograph Letter Signed to Archibald Lorne [?] (editor of the "Westminster Review"), 1 page. Dated 6/1/186?. Regarding Stillman's article on Italian politics entitled "Italian Forecasts." Sent from Rome. Purchased from Leonard Roberts, Vancouver, BC 1/2004.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

STILLMAN, WILLIAM J. - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1860S?): Autographed Letter

16 3

 97332 Stoddard, Charles Warren. 03/14/1900-03/14/1900   Stoddard, Charles Warren. Autograph Letter Signed to John D. Whitney, S.J., 1 page. Dated 3/14/1900. Thanking him for a copy of Fr. Brosnahan's reply ro President Eliot. From Archives box #138-6.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

STODDARD, CHARLES WARREN - CORRESP. TO WHITNEY, JOHN D., S.J. (1900): Autographed Letter

WHITNEY, JOHN D., S.J. - CORRESP. FROM STODDARD, CHARLES WARREN (1900): Autographed Letter

16 4

 97335 Streeter, Thomas W. 09/20/1950-09/20/1950   Streeter, Thomas W. Typed Letter Signed to John Alden of Georgetown University Library, 1 page. Dated 9/20/1950. Regarding print sources about Texas. Streeter asks when Alden will leave on his Fulbright grant. Sent from Morristown, New Jersey.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

STREETER, THOMAS W. - CORRESP. TO ALDEN, JOHN (1950): Typed Letter Signed

ALDEN, JOHN - CORRESP. FROM STREETER, THOMAS W. (1950): Typed Letter Signed

16 5

 97336 Sulte, Benjamin. 12/29/1906-12/27/1911   Sulte, Benjamin. Autograph Note Signed (in French) to James H. Coyne, 1 page. Dated 12/29/1906. Wishing him well in the new year. Also, Autograph Letter Signed (in French) to Coyne, 1 page, dated 5/2/1907, from Sulte, with reference to the Societe Royale. And, Autograph Note Signed (in French) to Coyne, 1 page, dated 12/27/1911 from Sulte, wishing him and his family a happy Christmas and New Year.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

SULTE, BENJAMIN - CORRESP. TO COYNE, JAMES H. (1906-1911): Autographed Letter

COYNE, JAMES H. - CORRESP. FROM SULTE, BENJAMIN (1906-1911): Autographed Letter

16 6

 97125 Sutherland, Harvey. 01/01/1904-12/31/1904   Sutherland, Harvey. Typed Manuscript: "Voice Culture" lessons. Circa 1904.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

SUTHERLAND, HARVEY - TYPED MANUSCRIPT: "VOICE CULTURE" (1904?): Other Types

"VOICE CULTURE" LESSONS - TYPED MANUSCRIPT BY SUTHERLAND, HARVEY 1904?: Other Types

16 7

 97337 Swinburne, A.C. 09/29/1891-09/29/1891   Swinburne, A.C. Autograph Letter Signed to artist Ford Madox Brown, 2 pages. Dated 9/29/1891. Thanking him for the volume he just received. Also mentioning Victor Hugo's poem "Dieu." Sent from the Pines.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

SWINBURNE, A.C. - CORRESP. TO BROWN, FORD MADOX (1891): Autographed Letter

BROWN, FORD MADOX - CORRESP. FROM SWINBURNE, A.C. (1891): Autographed Letter

16 8

 97338 Swinburne, A.C. 05/07/1893-05/07/1893   Swinburne, A.C. Autograph Letter Signed to the editor of the "Pall Mall Gazette," 4 pages. Dated 5/7/1893. Regarding his refusal to write a contribution to the gazette. Sent from the Pines.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

SWINBURNE, A.C. - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1893): Autographed Letter

16 9

 97339 Swinburne, A.C. 01/01/1880-12/31/1889   Swinburne, A.C. Autograph Manuscript, 1 page. Undated. From "Babyhood" - Part 2 (p.52) in "A Century of Roundels." Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs, 12/1989.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

SWINBURNE, A.C. - AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT (UNDATED): Other Types

16 10

 97340 Swinburne, A.C. 01/01/1880-12/31/1899   Swinburne, A.C. Autograph Manuscript: "Two Songs of Mary Stuart (Bothwell) [Original manuscript]," 5 pages.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

SWINBURNE, A.C. - AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT: "TWO SONGS..." (UNDATED): Other Types

16 11

 97341 Swinburne, A.C. 11/17/1876-11/17/1876   Swinburne, A.C. Autograph Letter Signed to William Minto, 3 pages. Dated 11/17/1876?. Thanking him for a check and a note. Purchased from David Schulson 12/1997.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

SWINBURNE, A.C. - CORRESP. TO MINTO, WILLIAM (1876?): Autographed Letter

MINTO, WILLIAM - CORRESP. FROM SWINBURNE, A.C. (1876?): Autographed Letter

16 12

 97342 [Taney, Roger B.]. 04/17/1868-04/17/1868   [Taney, Roger B.]. Autograph Letter Signed to Fr. O'Toole at Mount St. Mary's College, 1 page. Dated 4/17/1868. Indicating that one of Roger B. Taney's children, Ann Arnold, was baptized by Fr. Zrechi on 5/30/1809.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

TANEY, ROGER B. - REFERENCE TO HIS DAUGHTER (1868): Autographed Letter

TANEY, ANN ARNOLD - REFERENCE RE: HER BAPTISM (1868): Autographed Letter

16 13

 97344 Tabb, John Banister. 11/14/1897-11/14/1897   Tabb, John Banister. Autograph Letter Signed to "Dear Rev. father," 1 page. Dated 11/14/1897. Regarding an invitation to visit Georgetown University and mentioning a retreat at Woodstock; sent from St. Charles College, Ellicott City, Maryland. Also, 1 Photograph of Fr. Tabb.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

TABB, JOHN BANISTER - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1897): Autographed Letter

16 14

 97345 Tabb, John Banister. 01/01/1911-12/31/1911   Tabb, John Banister. 4 Autograph Poems Signed. Circa 1911. Also, Autograph Letter Signed from Rev. J. Brosnahan, S.J. to "dear Father Himmel," 2 pages, dated 1/8/1911, regarding the poems; sent from Loyola College, Baltimore.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

TABB, JOHN BANISTER - AUTOGRAPH POEMS (1911?): Other Types

16 15

 97347 Tarkington, Booth. 01/01/1869-12/31/1946   Tarkington, Booth. Signature. Undated.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

TARKINGTON, BOOTH - SIGNATURE (UNDATED): Other Types

16 16

 97348 Taylor, Bayard. 12/16/1876-12/16/1876   Taylor, Bayard. Autograph Note Signed, 1 page. Dated 12/16/1876. Regarding leadership.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

TAYLOR, BAYARD - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED (1876): Other Types

16 17

 97349 Teilhard de Chardin, Pierre. 07/16/1929-07/16/1929   1 Autograph Letter Signed (in French) dated 7/16/1929 from Pierre Teilhard de Chardin to "amis." Sent from Pao-te (Shansi) on letterhead of the Musee Hoang Ho Pai Ho. Teilhard described Shansi as a province without bandits or famine. Discussing his travels. Purchased from Thierry Bodin.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

TEILHARD DE CHARDIN, PIERRE - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1929): Autographed Letter

16 18

 97350 Tennyson, Alfred. 01/01/1809-12/31/1892   Tennyson, Alfred. Autograph Manuscript: "Passing of Arthur" (extracts), 1 page. Undated.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

TENNYSON, ALFRED - AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT (UNDATED): Other Types

16 19

 97351 Thomas, R.S. 01/01/1913-12/31/1999   Thomas, R.S. Autograph Manuscript Signed poem: "The View from the Window," 1 page. Undated.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

THOMAS, R.S. - AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT POEM (UNDATED): Other Types

16 20

 97352 Thompson, Francis. 01/01/1900-12/31/1900   Thompson, Francis. Autograph Manuscript: "Purgatory, pardons, Images, etc.," . 13 pages. Undated. Purchased from W. Thomas Taylor.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

THOMPSON, FRANCIS - AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT (UNDATED): Other Types

16 21

 97353 Thompson, George. 07/17/1833-07/17/1833   Thompson, George. Autograph Letter Signed to Arthur West of Bath, England, 3 pages. Dated 7/17/1833. From anti-slavery campaigner Thompson, lamenting the fact that an answer cannot be printed today and holding out the possibility of a meeting. Sent from London. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

THOMPSON, GEORGE - CORRESP. TO WEST, ARTHUR (1833): Autographed Letter

WEST, ARTHUR - CORRESP. FROM THOMPSON, GEORGE (1833): Autographed Letter

16 22

 97354 Thompson, George. 12/04/1836-12/04/1836   Thompson, George. Autograph Letter Signed to "Dear Sir," 1 page. Dated 12/4/1836. From anti-slavery campaigner Thompson, introducing exiles from Poland, Charles and Leopold Muller. Sent from Leeds, Yorkshire. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

THOMPSON, GEORGE - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1836): Autographed Letter

16 23

 97355 Thompson, George. 11/27/1837-11/27/1837   Thompson, George. 2 Autograph Letters Signed to Arthur West of Bath. One dated 11/27/1837 and the other undated. From anti-slavery campaigner Thompson, regarding his travel plans, arrangements for a meeting, and giving news of various anti-slavery matters, with reference to the newspaper entitled "The British Emancipation." Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

THOMPSON, GEORGE - CORRESP. TO WEST, ARTHUR (1837): Autographed Letter

WEST, ARTHUR - CORRESP. FROM THOMPSON, GEORGE (1837): Autographed Letter

"BRITISH EMANCIPATION" - NEWSPAPER - REFERENCE (1837): Autographed Letter

16 24

 97356 Thompson, George. 01/01/1833-12/31/1837   Thompson, George. Autograph Letter Signed to N. Shields Anti-Slavery Society, 2 pages. Undated. From anti-slavery campaigner Thompson, asking that a public meeting concerning universal emancipation be conviened. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

THOMPSON, GEORGE - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (UNDATED): Autographed Letter

16 25

 97357 Thomson, William. 11/07/1865-11/07/1865   Thomson, William. Archbishop of York. Autograph Letter Signed to John Thornton, 3 pages. Dated 11/7/1865. Replying to a proposal to establish a prize essay on the suppression of Papist doctrine in the Church of England. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

THOMSON, WILLIAM - CORRESP. TO THORNTON, JOHN (1865): Autographed Letter

THORNTON, JOHN - CORRESP. FROM THOMSON, WILLIAM (1865): Autographed Letter

16 26

 97358 Thornton, John. 11/05/1865-11/05/1865   Thornton, John. Autograph Letter Signed to Archbishop of York William Thompson, 1 page. Dated 11/5/1865. Proposing the idea of a prize essay on the ways Papal doctrines are affecting by the Church of England. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

THORNTON, JOHN - CORRESP. TO THOMSON, WILLIAM (1865): Autographed Letter

THOMSON, WILLIAM - CORRESP. FROM THORNTON, JOHN (1865): Autographed Letter

16 27

 97359 Thurston, Herbert, S.J. 01/01/1927-12/31/1999   Thurston, Herbert, S.J. Autograph Card sent to Thurston, from E. Holms, 1 page. Undated. Inquiring whether he is free to meet. Gift of John C. Hirsh, 1982.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

THURSTON, HERBERT, S.J. - CORRESP. FROM HOLM, E. (UNDATED): Other Types

HOLMS, E. - CORRESP. TO THURSTON, HERBERT, S.J. (UNDATED): Other Types

16 28

 97360 Tillman, Benjamin R. 01/15/1915-02/04/1915   Tillman, Benjamin R. Typed Letter Signed to William Price of New Orleans, Mississippi, 2 pages. Dated 1/15/1915. From Tillman as U.S. Senator from South Carolina. Regarding a piece of prohibition legislation from the state of Arizona. Also, Typed Letter Signed from Tillman to Georgetown University, 1 page, dated 2/4/1915, declining an invitation to meet the President and Board of Regents of Georgetown due to a busy workload.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

TILLMAN, BENJAMIN R. - CORRESP. TO PRICE, WILLIAM (1915): Typed Letter Signed

PRICE, WILLIAM - CORRESP. FROM TILLMAN, BENJAMIN R. (1915): Typed Letter Signed

TILLMAN, BENJAMIN R. - CORRESP. TO GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY (1915): Typed Letter Signed

16 29

 97361 Tomlinson, H.M. 02/05/1930-02/05/1930   Tomlinson, H.M. Autograph Letter Signed (with envelope) to S.A. Tomlinson, 1 page. Dated 2/5/1930. Indicating that he cannot take time to visit him because of a busy schedule. Sent from Hotel Brevoort, New York City to Cleveland, Ohio. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

TOMLINSON, H.M. - CORRESP. TO TOMLINSON, S.A. (1930): Autographed Letter

TOMLINSON, S.A. - CORRESP. FROM TOMLINSON, H.M. (1930): Autographed Letter

16 30

 97362 Townsend, Peter. 11/19/1986-11/19/1986   Townsend, Peter. Autograph Manuscript Signed: "From 'The Postman of Nagasaki,'" 1 page. Dated 11/19/1986. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

TOWNSEND, PETER - AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT: "POSTMAN OF NAGASAKI" (1986): Other Types

16 31

 97363 Townsend, Sue. 08/01/1984-08/31/1984   Townsend, Sue. Autograph Manuscript Signed, untitled, 1 page. Dated 1984. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

TOWNSEND, SUE - AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT SIGNED (1984): Other Types

16 32

 97364 Toynbee, Arnold. 11/22/1964-08/10/1966   Toynbee, Arnold. Typed Letter Signed to Daniel Brenner, 1 page. Dated 1/22/1964. Regarding Oxford University Press' publishing of his works; sent from London to Washington, DC. Also, Typed Letter from Toynbee to Brenner, 1 page, dated 8/10/1966, reviewing a paper by Brenner and commenting on the struggles in human life; sent from London to Arlington, Virginia.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

TOYNBEE, ARNOLD - CORRESP. TO BRENNER, DANIEL (1964-1966): Typed Letter Signed

BRENNER, DANIEL - CORRESP. FROM TOYNBEE, ARNOLD (1964-1966): Typed Letter Signed

16 33

 97365 Trench, Richard Chenivix. 02/05/1858-02/05/1858   Trench, Richard Chenivix. Autograph Letter Signed to Metcalfe Johnson, 2 pages. Dated 2/5/1858. Thanking him for a list of words in the Lancashire dialect. Trench was Archbishop of Dublin. In this letter, he wrote as Dean of Westminster. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

TRENCH, RICHARD CHENIVIX - CORRESP. TO JOHNSON, METCALFE (1858): Autographed Letter

JOHNSON, METCALFE - CORRESP. FROM TRENCH, R.C. (1858): Autographed Letter

16 34

 97366 Ungaretti, Giuseppe. 01/01/1888-12/31/1970   Ungaretti, Giuseppe. Autograph Manuscript Signed, a poem (in Italian), untitled, 1 page. Undated. Purchased from Lame Duck Books, Catalog 31, 7/1997.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

UNGARETTI, GIUSEPPE - AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT SIGNED (UNDATED): Other Types

16 35

 97367 Vandegrift, A.A. 11/24/1944-11/24/1944   Vandergrift, A.A. Typed Letter Signed to Mrs. Mason Gulick, 1 page. Dated 11/24/1944. From Vandegrift as Commandant of the U.S. Marine Corps. Enclosing a list [not retained] of wives of marine Corps officers who served in China.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

VANDEGRIFT, A.A. - CORRESP. TO GULICK, MASON (MRS.) (1944): Typed Letter Signed

GULICK, MASON (MRS.) - CORRESP. FROM VANDEGRIFT, A.A. (1944): Typed Letter Signed

16 36

 97368 Verney, Frederick W. and Maude S. Verney. 01/01/1889-12/31/1889   Verney, Frederick W. and Maude S. Verney. Bound Letterbook titled, "Maritime Conference, 1889, Letters from Washington, F[rederick]. W. V[erney] and M[aude]. S. Verney." Typed copies of original letters. Forty one letters, three photographs, four newspaper clippings, a meeting notice from the Maryland Historical Society, a dinner menu, and the list of passengers on their ship back to England. Frederick Verney served as a representative to the International Maritime Conference of 1889 in Washington, D.C. The Varneys correspond in this letterbook with their relatives in England about travel to the conference, work at the conference, and everyday life in Washington, D.C. Purchased from Barry Cassidy Rare Books.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

VERNEY, FREDERICK W. - CORRESP. (1889): Other Types

VERNEY, MAUDE S. - CORRESP. (1889): Other Types

MARITIME CONFERENCE OF 1889 - LETTER BOOK (1889): Manuscript

16 37

 97370 Wagoner, Peter. 06/01/1761-07/21/1893   Wagoner, Peter. Document, a writ of summons, signed by Peter Wagoner, 1 page. Dated 6/1/1761. Also, Typed Letter Signed from St. Louis attorney Walter F. McEntire, 1 page, dated 7/21/1893, donating the document to Georgetown University.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

WAGONER, PETER - DOCUMENT SIGNED (1761): Other Types

MCENTIRE, WALTER F. - CORRESP. (1883): Typed Letter Signed

16 38

 97371 Wain, John. 05/28/1978-05/28/1978   Wain, John. Autograph Letter Signed to "Dear Tina May," 2 pages. Dated 5/28/1978. Sharing some of his likes and dislikes. Sent from Oxford. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

WAIN, JOHN - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1978): Autographed Letter

16 39

 97372 Waldemar of Schaumburg-Lippe (Prince). 07/01/1982-07/31/1982   Waldemar of Schaumburg-Lippe (Prince). Typed Letter Signed to Georgetown University Library, 2 pages. Offering glass negatives of Hans Christian Andersen.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

WALDEMAR OF SCHAUMBURG-LIPPE (PRINCE) - CORRESP. (1982): Typed Letter Signed

16 40

 97408 Wangsness, Paul H. 03/08/1965-03/08/1965   Wangsness, Paul H. Typed Letter Signed to Hugh Mields Jr., 1 page. Dated 3/8/1965. From Wangsness as Director of the International Public Administration Center at USC to Mields as Associate Director of the U.S. Conference of Mayors, with mention of the Venezuelan program.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

WANGSNESS, PAUL H. - CORRESP. TO MIELDS, HUGH, JR. (1965): Typed Letter Signed

MIELDS, HUGH, JR. - CORRESP. FROM WANGSNESS, PAUL H. (1965): Typed Letter Signed

16 41

 97373 Warner, Charles Dudley. 04/04/1887-04/04/1887   Warner, Charles Dudley. Brief Autograph Letter Signed, 1 page. Dated 4/4/1887. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

WARNER, CHARLES DUDLEY - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1887): Autographed Letter

16 42

 97411 Warner, Wilder W. 01/01/1850-12/31/1899   Warner, Wilder W. Photo Album, presented to Mrs. Susan G. Lunt. One of the photos was taken by Garnder's Photographic Gallery in Savanah, Georgia, and another was taken by G.W. Pach of New York City. Gift of Mrs. Nicholas Joost.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

WARNER, WILDER W. - PHOTO ALBUM (UNDATED): Photograph

LUNT, SUSAN G. - PHOTO ALBUM (UNDATED): Photograph

16 43

 97375 Washington, Booker T. 04/14/1913-04/14/1913   Washington, Booker T. Letter Signed to Georgetown University President Alphonsus J. Donlon, S.J., 1 page. Dated 4/14/1913. From Washington as Principal of the Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute, asking him to look through a circular [not retained] about Tuskegee Institute and asking him if he can contribute to the scholarship fund for Tuskegee.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

WASHINGTON, BOOKER T. - CORRESP. TO DONLON, ALPHONSUS J., S.J. (1913): Other Types

DONLON, ALPHONSUS J., S.J. - CORRESP. FROM WASHINGTON, BOOKER T, 1913: Other Types

16 44

 97376 Washington, Bushrod. 06/08/1808-06/08/1808   Washington, Bushrod. Autograph Note Signed to Oliver Wolcott, 1 page. Dated 6/8/1808. Regarding a bill. Sent from Mount Vernon to New York.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

WASHINGTON, BUSHROD - CORRESP. TO WOLCOTT, OLIVER (1808): Other Types

WOLCOTT, OLIVER - CORRESP. FROM WASHINGTON, BUSHROD (1808): Other Types

16 45

 97377 Watkins, Vivian. 02/08/1957-12/13/1957   Watkins, Vivian. Typed Letter Signed to "dear Mr. Cronin," 1 page. Dated 2/8/1957. Regarding having a complete poem published. Also, Typed Letter Signed from Watkins to "Dear Sir," 1 page, dated 12/13/1957, regarding the review by Hugh Gordon Porteus of Watkins' book about Dylan Thomas' letters to Watkins and discussing lyric poetry.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

WATKINS, VIVIAN - CORRESP. (1957): Typed Letter Signed

PORTEUS, HUGH GORDON - REFERENCE TO REVIEW OF WATKINS, VIVIAN (1957): Typed Letter Signed

THOMAS, DYLAN - REFERENCE TO LETTERS TO WATKINS, VIVIAN (1957): Typed Letter Signed

16 46

 97378 Waugh, Evelyn. 05/30/1947-05/30/1947   Waugh, Evelyn. Autograph Card Signed to Lester Roberts, 1 page. Postmarked 5/30/1947. Reference to Rosetti published by Duckworth's London 1928 and a privately printed essay. Sent from England to San Francisco. Gift of John C. Hirsh.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

WAUGH, EVELYN - CORRESP. TO ROBERTS, LESTER (1947): Other Types

ROBERTS, LESTER - CORRESP. FROM WAUGH, EVELYN (1947): Other Types

16 47

 97379 Waugh, Evelyn. 06/01/1953-06/30/1953   Waugh, Evelyn. Autograph Card Signed to Edward Parone, of Western Printing Company in New York City, 1 page. Postmarked 6/1953. Expressing excitement about seeing the covers of Western's edition on his books. Purchased from Lion Heart Autographs, 3/26/2001.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

WAUGH, EVELYN - CORRESP. TO PARONE, EDWARD (1953): Autographed Letter

PARONE, EDWARD - CORRESP. FROM WAUGH, EVELYN (1953): Other Types

16 48

 97380 Webster, Daniel. 08/21/1850-08/21/1850   Webster, Daniel. Document Signed, 1 page. Dated 8/21/1850. From Webster as Secretary of State, a commission for Ed. N. Roach of Washington County, D.C. Includes seal of Department of State. Gift of Rev. Walter A. Cook, S.J.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

WEBSTER, DANIEL - DOCUMENT SIGNED (1850): Other Types

ROACH, ED N. - DOCUMENT COMMISSIONING HIM (1850): Other Types

16 49

 97383 Wharton, Samuel. 05/19/1787-05/19/1787   Wharton, Samuel. Document Signed, an indenture. Dated 5/19/1787. Regarding John Young. Also signed by William Rush.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

WHARTON, SAMUEL - DOCUMENT SIGNED (1787): Other Types

RUSH, WILLIAM - DOCUMENT SIGNED (1787): Other Types

YOUNG, JOHN - DOCUMENT REGARDING (1787): Other Types

17 1

 97384 Wheeler, B.F. 04/14/1820-04/14/1820   Wheeler, B.F. Autograph Letter Signed to Lewis Jenkins, 3 pages. Dated 4/14/1820. Regretting that he could not visit him, discussing family news, and mentioning the execution of two pirates: Denney and Ferguson. Sent from Baltimore to Charles County, Maryland.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

WHEELER, B.F. - CORRESP. TO JENKINS, LEWIS (1820): Autographed Letter

JENKINS, LEWIS - CORRESP. FROM WHEELER, B.F. (1820): Autographed Letter

17 2

 97385 Wheelright Family. 01/01/1800-12/31/1850   Wheelright, Abraham. Photograph of his home in Newburyport, Massachusetts. Built in 1805. Also, 1 Autograph Letter Signed to Rev. H. Wheelright, undated.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

WHEELRIGHT, ABRAHAM - PHOTO OF HIS HOME (UNDATED): Photograph

17 3

 97386 Whitman, Walt. 01/01/1887-12/31/1887   Whitman, Walt. Photograph Signed. Dated 1887. Also contains printed material regarding Whitman. Provenance: (1). W.H. Lowdermilk (2). Eric F. Menke, 1979.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

WHITMAN, WALT - SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH (1887): Photograph

17 4

 97387 Whittaker, Bob. 07/27/1979-07/27/1979   Whittaker, Bob. Typed Letter Signed to Joe Lastelic of the "Kansas City Star," 1 page. Dated 7/27/1979. From Whittaker as U.S. Representative from Kansas, regarding a series of publications known as "The Presidential Campaign 1976."

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

WHITTAKER, BOB - CORRESP. TO LASTELIC, JOE (1979): Typed Letter Signed

LASTELIC, JOE - CORRESP. FROM WHITTAKER, BOB (1979): Typed Letter Signed

17 5

 97389 Wilberforce, William. 01/30/1807-01/30/1807   Wilberforce, William. Autograph Letter Signed probably sent to the Marquis of Lansdowne, 1 page. Dated 1/30/1807. Stating his opinion that he thinks the plan is sound. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

WILBERFORCE, WILLIAM - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1807): Autographed Letter

17 6

 97390 Wilberforce, William. 01/23/1813-01/23/1813   Wilberforce, William. Autograph Letter Signed, to "My dear Sir," 2 pages. Dated 1/23/1813. Soliciting votes for the Rev. Wetherall, a candidate for the living of Great Wigston Leicestershire in the gift of the governors of Christ's Hospital. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

WILBERFORCE, WILLIAM - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1813): Autographed Letter

17 7

 97391 Wilberforce, Samuel. 10/04/1851-10/04/1851   Wilberforce, Samuel. Bishop of Oxford. Autograph Letter Signed to Lord Nelson, 3 pages. Dated 10/4/1851. Agreeing to subscribe to a school. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

WILBERFORCE, SAMUEL - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1851): Autographed Letter

17 8

 97392 Wilberforce, Samuel. 11/01/1864-11/30/1864   Wilberforce, Samuel. Bishop of Oxford and subsequently Winchester. Autograph Letter Signed to "Rev. & dear Brother," 4 pages. Dated 11/1864. Appeal on behalf of the Diocesan Church Building Society. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

WILBERFORCE, SAMUEL - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1864): Autographed Letter

17 9

 97393 Wilberforce, Samuel. 09/17/1868-09/17/1868   Wilberforce, Samuel. Bishop of Oxford and subsequently Winchester. Autograph Letter Signed, to "My dear Archdeacon," 3 pages. dated 9/17/1868. Letter of condolence on the death of Francis Fulford, Bishop of Montreal. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

WILBERFORCE, SAMUEL - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1868): Autographed Letter

FULFORD, FRANCIS - REFERENCE TO HIS DEATH (1868): Autographed Letter

17 10

 97394 Wilberforce, E.R. 09/30/1882-09/30/1882   Wilberforce, E.R. First Bishop of New Castle. Autograph Letter Signed, 4 pages. Dated 9/30/1882. Written shortly after his appointment to New Castle. Commending his correspondent's efforts against "the trade." Mention of temperance work. Wilberforce was an ardent temperance advocate and chairman of the Church of England Temperance Society. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

WILBERFORCE, E.R. - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (1882): Autographed Letter

17 11

 97395 Wilberforce family. 01/01/1863-12/31/1881   Wilberforce Family. A small collection of Wilberforce items comprising: (a.) ALS from Samuel Wilberforce, 1 page, dated 4/21/1863, enclosing fragment of letter (4 lines) with signature of William Wilberforce. Laid down on album leaf. (b.) Photograph of Samuel Wilberforce. (c.) ALS from E.R. Wilberforce, Winchester, 10/23/1881, declining an engagement. (d.) Basil Wilberforce, 4 lines of verse with signature. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

WILBERFORCE, SAMUEL - CORRESP. (1863): Autographed Letter

WILBERFORCE, WILLIAM - MANUSCRIPT FRAGMENT (UNDATED): Manuscript

WILBERFORCE, SAMUEL - PHOTOGRAPH (UNDATED): Photograph

WILBERFORCE, E.R. - CORRESP. (1881): Autographed Letter

WILBERFORCE, BASIL - MANUSCRIPT FRAGMENT (UNDATED): Manuscript

17 12

 97396 Wilbur, Richard. 02/08/1960-06/26/1963   Wilbur, Richard. 4 Autograph Cards Signed to Fred B. Millett. dated 2/8/1960, 5/9/1962, 9/21/1962, and 6/26/1963. References to teaching, family, a review, and spending time in Maine.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

WILBUR, RICHARD - CORRESP. TO MILLETT, FRED B. (1960-1963): Other Types

MILLETT, FRED B. - CORRESP. FROM WILBUR, RICHARD (1960-1963): Other Types

17 13

 97398 Williamson, H.R. 01/01/1987-12/31/1988   Williamson, H.R. Printed Booklet: "I'd Rather Be Joseph: Poems," 10 pages. Published 1987, Reprinted 1988, 2 copies, one of which is inscribed. Also, 1 Autograph Note Signed from Williamson to Georgetown University Librarian Joseph E. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

WILLIAMSON, H.R. - BOOKLET: "I'D RATHER BE JOSEPH" (1987-1988): Printed Item

WILLIAMSON, H.R. - CORRESP. TO JEFFS, JOSEPH E. (UNDATED): Other Types

JEFFS, JOSEPH E. - CORRESP. FROM WILLIAMSON, H.R. (UNDATED): Other Types

17 14

 97399 Wilson, Woodrow. 03/04/1913-12/15/1924   Wilson, Woodrow. Printed Item: Carriage Police Pass for inauguration of Woodrow Wilson 3/4/1913. Also, Printed Item (Certificate): Memorial Service of Woodrow Wilson, 12/15/1924.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

WILSON, WOODROW - INAUGURATION - CARRIAGE POLICE PASS (1913): Printed Item

WILSON, WOODROW - MEMORIAL SERVICE - CERTIFICATE (1924): Printed Item

17 15

 97400 Wiseman, Nicholas Patrick. 01/16/1839-01/16/1839   Wiseman, Nicholas Patrick. Cardinal, Archbishop of Westminster. Autograph Letter Signed (in French) to Monsieur l'Abbe de Salines, 1 page. Dated 1/16/1839. Introducing the Rev. Charles Marriott who is much interested in educational establishments. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

WISEMAN, NICHOLAS PATRICK - CORRESP. (1839): Autographed Letter

17 16

 97401 Wiseman, Nicholas Patrick. 01/31/1849-01/31/1849   Wiseman, Nicholas Patrick. Cardinal, Archbishop of Westminster. Autograph Letter Signed to "Rev. dear Sir," 4 pages. Dated 1/31/1849. Stern letter of reproach to a Catholic priest for his neglect of the poor Irish in his parish. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

WISEMAN, NICHOLAS PATRICK - CORRESP. (1849): Autographed Letter

17 17

 97402 Wiseman, Nicholas Patrick. 02/21/1850-02/21/1850   Wiseman, Nicholas Patrick. Cardinal. Archbishop of Westminster. Autograph Letter Signed to "My dear Lord," 4 pages. Dated 2/21/1850. A lengthy letter concerning "Rev. Mr. Jones" who had just died in St. Leonards. Jones was a man of considerable property and wealth which he wished to use in the service of the church but could not get on with the recipients of his bounty. Gift of Joseph E. Jeffs and Jeannine L. Jeffs.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

WISEMAN, NICHOLAS PATRICK - CORRESP. (1850): Autographed Letter

17 18

 97403 Withron, Sarah. 02/09/1806-02/09/1806   Withron, Sarah. Autograph Letter Signed to her sister Mary Lowry, 2 pages. Dated 2/9/1806. Regarding illness in the family.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

WITHRON, SARAH - CORRESP. (1806): Autographed Letter

17 19

 97404 Woodruff, Douglas. 12/14/1968-12/14/1968   Woodruff, Douglas. Autograph Letter Signed to "My dear Archbishop," 2 pages. Dated 12/14/1968. Sending him two volumes.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

WOODRUFF, DOUGLAS - CORRESP. (1968): Autographed Letter

17 20

 97405 Yeats, William B. 01/01/1865-12/31/1939   Yeats, William Butler. Signed Bookplate. Undated. From the James P.J. Murphy Collection.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

YEATS, WILLIAM BUTLER - SIGNED BOOKPLATE (UNDATED): Other Types

17 21

 97406 Yeats, William B. 04/02/1865-04/02/1939   Yeats, William Butler. Brief Autograph Letter Signed to Mr. Cole, 1 page. Dated 4/2/[no year]. Regarding a poem. Sent from Dublin. Removed from Yeats' "Per Amica Silentia Lunae" (1918), Gift of Mrs. David A, Baer, 1980.

17 22

 97407 Album of Chromolithographed Cards. 01/01/1880-12/31/1900   Album of chromolithographed cards. Gift of Henry Heymann of Georgetown, D.C., 5/13/1996.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

CHROMOLITHOGRAPHED CARDS - ALBUM (UNDATED): Album

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 97410 Scrapbook. 01/01/1800-12/31/1899   Scrapbook containing newspaper clippings about a wide variety of topics, including the development of the locomotive, poetry, Abraham Lincoln, and Ulysses S. Grant. Circa 1800s.

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 97412 Unidentified Manuscript. 01/01/1840-12/31/1860   Unidentified Manuscript in with John Carroll material. Possibly by Rev. John Early, S.J.

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 97413 Unidentified Notebook. 01/01/1850-12/31/1899   Unidentified Notebook with list of scholars, an address before the Greenfield Lodge, and an essay on botany.

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 1542 Oversized Miscellaneous Manuscripts 

Series-level Scope and Content Note

Oversized Miscellaneous Manuscripts. Arranged alphabetically by individual.

General Note

Series No. in Collection: 2

Box Folder

 97416 Arno, Peter. 07/01/1926-07/31/1926   Arno, Peter. Original drawing entitled "L'Amour." Published in "Vanity Fair" in 7/1926.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

ARNO, PETER - DRAWING PUBLISHED IN "VANITY FAIR" (1926): Graphic Image

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 97417 Cardinal Gibbons. 01/01/1913-12/31/1915   Gibbons, Cardinal. Portrait Photograph. Taken by Bachrach. Circa 1913-1915.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

GIBBONS, JAMES CARDINAL - PHOTOGRAPH (1913-1915): Photograph

18 2

 97418 Gunton, William. 01/01/1824-07/15/1824   Gunton, William. Ledger Book of William Gunton, apothecary. Dated 1/1/1824-7/15/1824. Delano's 1822 D.C. directory shows him at NW corner of Pennsylvania Avenue and 9th Street, NW. Gift of Dr. Shirley Leva, 8/1997.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

GUNTON, WILLIAM - LEDGER BOOK: APOTHECARY (1824): Manuscript

18 3

 97419 Ibn Sa'ud. 01/01/1900-12/31/1953   Ibn Sa'ud. Photograph of Saudi Arabian King Ibn Sa'ud. Photograph for the Arabian American Oil Company. Photo by Robert Richie. From the Robert Headley Collection.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

IBN SA'UD - PHOTOGRAPH (UNDATED): Photograph

18 4

 97420 Jova, Joseph John. 11/27/1975-11/27/1975   Jova, Joseph John. Photograph of Joseph John Jova and Luis Echeverria, President of Mexico, at the beach. Dated 11/27/1975.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

JOVA, JOSEPH JOHN - PHOTOGRAPH (1975): Photograph

ECHEVERRIA, LUIS - PHOTOGRAPH (1975): Photograph

18 5

 97421 Lincoln, Abraham. 01/01/1850-12/31/1865   Lincoln, Abraham. Engraving of him, portrait-style seated in a chair. Undated. Gift of Robert M. Edmund.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

LINCOLN, ABRAHAM - ENGRAVING (UNDATED): Graphic Image

18 6

 97422 Lincoln, Abraham. 08/01/1864-08/01/1864   Lincoln, Abraham. Document Signed, 1 page. Dated 8/1/1864. Appointing Henry M. Brewster first lieutenant in the veteran reserve corps. Also signed by Secretary of War Edwin M. Stanton.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

LINCOLN, ABRAHAM - DOCUMENT SIGNED:COMMISSION OF BREWSTER,HENRY M.1864: Other Types

BREWSTER, HENRY M. - DOCUMENT: COMMISSION BY LINCOLN, ABRAHAM (1863): Other Types

STANTON, EDWIN M. - DOCUMENT SIGNED:COMMISSION-BREWSTER, HENRY M. 1864: Other Types

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 97423 Nixon, Richard M. 01/01/1972-12/31/1972   Nixon, Richard M. Signed Photograph with Ambassador Joseph John Jova seated at a desk with Nixon along with Colombian economist Carlos Sanz de Santamaria. Dated 1972.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

NIXON, RICHARD - SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH (1972): Photograph

JOVA, JOSEPH JOHN - PHOTOGRAPH (1972): Photograph

SANTAMARIA, CARLOS SANZ DE - PHOTOGRAPH (1972): Photograph

18 8

 97424 Paris. 01/01/1776-12/31/1776   1776 Paris. Concordat of Origin. Parchment. Gift of John C. Hirsh.

18 9

 97425 Plowden, Edmund I. 03/09/1854-03/09/1854   Plowden, Edmund I. Document Signed by U.S. Secretary of State William L. Marcy granting Plowden permission to pass freely and promising to provide him with protection and aid, if necessary. Dated 3/9/1854.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MARCY, WILLIAM L. - DOCUMENT SIGNED (1854): Other Types

PLOWDEN, EDMUND I. - DOCUMENT SIGNED (1854): Other Types

18 10

 97426 Eleanor Roosevelt. 01/01/1941-12/31/1945   Roosevelt, Eleanor. Signed Photograph, seated at a desk in a gown. Also, portrait Photograph of Franklin D. Roosevelt. Both photos are undated. Provenance: Dorothy Dow Butturff.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

ROOSEVELT, ELEANOR - SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH (1940S?): Photograph

ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D.- PHOTOGRAPH (1940S): Photograph

18 11

 97427 State Department Building. 01/01/1860-12/31/1860   1 undated Photograph of the old State Department Building. Presented by Logan Waller Page. Gift of Bruce Crane Fisher.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

STATE DEPARTMENT BUILDING (OLD) - PHOTOGRAPH (UNDATED): Photograph

18 12

 97428 Swinburne, A.C. 01/01/1883-12/31/1883   Swinburne, A.C. Original Manuscript Poem entitled "Seven Years Old," 2 pages. Circa 1883. Purchased from Brick Row Book Shop, San Francisco.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

SWINBURNE, A.C. - MANUSCRIPT POEM: "SEVEN YEARS OLD" (1883?): Other Types

18 13

 97429 Taft, William Howard. 04/12/1909-04/12/1909   Taft, William Howard. Photograph Signed. Dated 4/12/1909. Copyright 1908 by Moffett Studio, Chicago.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

TAFT, WILLIAM HOWARD - SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH (1909): Photograph

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 97430 "Times of Malta". 01/01/1985-12/31/1985   "The Times of Malta" - 50th anniversary edition of the newspaper, 1985.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

MALTA - "TIMES OF MALTA" - NEWSPAPER - 50TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION (1985): Printed Item

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 97431 Truman, Harry S. 01/01/1947-12/31/1947   Truman, Harry S. Reproduction of a painting by Greta Kempton of Harry S Truman, seated in chair with U.S. Capitol in background. Signed by Truman.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

TRUMAN, HARRY S - PAINTING (REPRODUCTION) SIGNED (1947): Graphic Image

KEMPTON, GRETA - REPRODUCTION OF HER PAINTING OF TRUMAN, HARRY S 1947: Graphic Image

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