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papers, 1875-1942

Leonard Wood

papers, 1875-1942

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  Sarah Miner dies in and John in and are buried there. There is evi­dence but not proof that the Davis and Miner families were related by marriage before moving to Illinois. The Miner's eldest son, Elijah born in , married Elizabeth, the daughter of Dr. James (died ) and Isabel Young (‑). Swarthmore College Peace Collection Creator Stöcker, Helene () Title Helene Stöcker Papers Inclusive Dates Call Number DG Language of Materials Materials in English and German Extent linear feet [papers only] Abstract Dr. Helene Stöcker () was one of the first woman students to enter a German University.   Over the course of the past few months, many of the incredible women memorialized at Woodlawn were in the news. There were stories including Elizabeth Cady Stanton () during the election, articles focusing on the future of the Irvington mansion built by Madam C. J. Walker () on the internet, and a television documentary on the life of the Queen of Salsa, Celia Cruz ().


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papers, 1875-1942 by Leonard Wood Download PDF EPUB FB2

Please succinctly provide us with any information pertinent to your inquiry. If you are writing to us about a research request, provide as much detail as possible about the collections in which you are interested (including collection numbers, box numbers, and folder titles).Author: Donald F.

MacDonald, Thomas Wayland Vaughan. Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney papers,bulk Dinner book, vol. II, November 9 through March 5 Whitney, Gertrude Vanderbilt, Online Pennsylvania Death Certificates, Death Indexes and Obituaries.

Pennsylvania Death Certificates, (indexed) (at Ancestry/requires payment); includes scanned copies of the death certificates Pennsylvania Death Records Indexes, (index only; free) PDF files; you must search each year separately; for some years surnames are listed by Soundex code; from the Pennsylvania.

Frederick Morgan Padleford (–) was an American professor and author. He worked at the University of Washington in Seattle for 41 years. He chaired the English Department and served as dean of the graduate school.

The Orbis Cascade Alliance has a collection of his papers. Padelford graduated with a B.A. from Colby College () and a PhD from Yale ().Authority control: BNE: XX, BNF:. Artist and art-patron Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney () had the good taste—in both senses of the phrase—not to publish this amateurish novel during her lifetime.

Nonetheless, here it is, fished out of her posthumous papers, and offered as a ""revealing autobiographical"" tale even though Gertrude papers ish in the s, the period of the big secret love-affair here.

New York art patron and sculptor, Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney (), was the eldest daughter of Cornelius Vanderbilt II and Alice Gwynne Vanderbilt, and founder of the Whitney Museum of American Art. Provenance.

The Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney papers were donated in and by Whitney's granddaughter, Flora Miller Irving. Related. Legal Papers, Financial Papers, Writings and Speeches, and undated Genealogy, (bulk undated) Miscellaneous, and undated Clippings, s and s and undated Printed Material, and undated Pictures, s to s.

Oversize Materials. Frank Grant Menke (Octo – ) was an American newspaper reporter, author, and sports historian. He wrote for the Hearst Newspapers from to and his articles appeared daily in newspapers across the country.

He was billed by the Hearst syndicate as "America's Foremost Sport Writer". He later devoted much of his effort to his work as an author of books on Born: OctoCleveland, Ohio.

Jensen (J. Marinus) History of Brigham Young University papers, Jensen (J.M.) biography, Jensen (Mary Bee) scrapbook on the International Folk Dance Ensemble, Purnell (Lydia Susanna Goaslind) papers, Pusey (Merlo J.) papers, bulk approximately Putnam (Gustave Edwin) papers, approximately Theophilus Russell Countryman papers, [ca.

Theoretician, advocate and candidate in California State government oral history transcript / and related material. Records of the Tallahassee Division, including book records, ; case files, ; and general records, Minutes and bankruptcy case files for the Apalachicola Division, Records of the U.S.

Circuit Court for the Northern District. Textual Records (in Atlanta): Book records, New-York Historical Society Central Park West at Richard Gilder Way (77th Street) New York, NY Phone () TTY () September II.

Clarke family papers, Clarke family papers consist of the sermons and writings of Rev. Pitt Clarke; the correspondence and papers of his son, lawyer John Jones Clarke; the correspondence, notebook, and recipe book of John Jones Clarke's wife, Rebecca Cordis Haswell Clarke; the correspondence, diary, and scrapbook of John and Rebecca's daughter, Mary Lemist.

Over the course of 10 years, between andfour of New York City’s most iconic museums emerged in Manhattan: the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney, The Frick Collection, and the Solomon R. Guggenheim institutions are now world-famous. Alley, John: Papers feet University professor.

A letter () to Alley from Victor M. Locke, Jr., principal chief of the Choctaws, listing present and former principal chiefs of the Five Civilized Tribes, and discussing the status of the Choctaw government; a four-page manuscript (n.d.) entitled "For the First Time: The True Story of the Last Oklahoma Indian Uprising as Told.

Marinus Jensen History of Brigham Young University papers, L. Tom Perry Special CollectionsUniversity Archives: creatorOf: Harrington, Daniel, Daniel Harrington papers, Harold B. Lee Library: referencedIn: Brigham Young Academy. Domestic Department.

Whitney, Gertrude Vanderbilt Overview. The Crowninshield-Stevens-Brinley-Vanderbilt-Whitney copy of the Bay Psalm book: Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney papers by Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney () in English and held by.

Role Title Holding Repository; creatorOf: Wood, Leonard, Papers of Leonard Wood, Library of Congress. Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney () was a sculptor, art patron, writer, and the founder of the Whitney Museum of Art. She began keeping diaries as a child, and maintained the habit into her adulthood.

Whitney wrote this diary from The Whitney Museum of American Art, known informally as the "Whitney", is an art museum in was founded in by Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney (–), a wealthy and prominent American socialite and art patron after whom it is on: 99 Gansevoort Street, Lower Manhattan.

Diploma in Public Health ; Fellowship Examination: registers and regulations - Dental Examinations (Licentiate in Dental Surgery & Higher Dental Diploma) - Miscellaneous Papers ; Fellowship Examination Papers ; Fellowship Results Sheets - Petitions for Fellowship after examination.

Creator: Whitney, Gertrude Vanderbilt, Search this Names: American Ambulance Field Hospital (Juilly, France) Search this Greenwich House (New York, N.Y.) Search this Whitney Museum of American Art Search this Whitney Studio Club Search this Cushing, Howard Gardiner, Search this De Meyer, Adolf, Baron, Search this Miller, Flora Whitney Search this.

Search historic newspaper articles about more than million different people in all 50 US states and 28 countries: to   Cristina Devereaux Ramírez's goals in Occupying Our Space are to fill a gap in feminist rhetorical history by going beyond Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz and Gloria Anzaldúa in the mestiza rhetorical canon and to recover Mexican women's voices during the debates about cultural and national identity.

From the perspectives of rhetorical theory, Chicana feminism, Mexican women's history, and Author: Fernández Aceves, María Teresa. Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney (January 9, – Ap ) was an American sculptor, art patron and collector, and founder in of the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City.

She was a prominent social figure and hostess, who was born into the Born: Gertrude Vanderbilt, January 9. Theophilus Russell Countryman papers, [ca.

Theoretician, advocate and candidate in California State government oral history transcript / and related material, Theresa Loeb Cone papers, approximately Overview: The papers are made up almost entirely of diaries and account books that record Bannihr's business career, both as the owner of a trimming business in New York, and as an engraver and die sinker.

Bannihr's early diaries () describe his life as a young working man in Cheshire, Connecticut, where he was active in Democratic politics and the district school committee. Buckeystown Methodist Church members & volume MD Family History Library.

Buckeystown United Methodist Church baptismsFrederick County, Maryland: N.S.D.A.R. Library Family History Library.

Church records, [Buckeystown, Maryland] (St. John's (Fourth) Reformed Church (Buckeystown, Maryland)) Family History Library. Scope and Contents. 4" Videotapes, correspondence, written works, business/legal records, and a daybook make up this collection. The papers can be separated into 3 series groups: The Bob Green series contains 4" videotapes, written works, subject files, and business/legal records produced by Green or relating to the Green Ranch.

The Tilley family and the Melyen family were related by marriage, but the precise identity of “D[ominus (i.e. Mister)]. Tilley” is not yet known. Dickinson apparently owned another book in which he inscribed “Jonathan Dickinson’s Book Ex dono D.

Tilley.” It is a copy of Samuel Cradock, The Harmony of the Four Evangelists (London, Hardback book, size: 14" x 10", p, plus colophon, illustrated with many facsimiles tipped-in, mostly letterpress printed. A wide variety of archival papers have been used for the samples and tip-ins (mostly Zerkall and Hahnemule Bütten).

Additionally there are photographic reproductions; includes double-page. Scope and Content of the Records. The Auchincloss and Schnell Family Papers, span - ca, with bulk dates from - The materials consist of personal and business correspondence, handwritten family histories, newspaper clippings, records related to service on a New Jersey town council, materials depicting early trade journalism in New York City, ephemera, and documentation of.

Alfred Daguet () repousse brass vanity box with jeweled glass cabochons and silk interior. 4 1/2in., top: 7" x 7". Whitney, Gertrude Vanderbilt (–)American sculptor, patron of the arts, and philanthropist who founded the Whitney Museum of American Art. Name variations: Mrs.

Henry Payne Whitney; Mrs. Harry Payne Whitney; Mrs. H.P. Whitney. Source for information on Whitney, Gertrude Vanderbilt (–): Women in World History: A Biographical Encyclopedia dictionary. The John Pope-Hennessy papers were initially rehoused by the Registrar's Office upon receipt of the archive in with a preliminary box list.

FromSheila Prospero further processed the papers with a new arrangement under the supervision of Andra Darlington. Separated Materials 15 monographs and 8 serials were transferred to the File Size: KB.

The second account book appears to have been kept by Orlando Porter () of Waterbury, Connecticut, from to (), a genealogical notebook and letter concerning genealogy of Sophy M[akepeace?] Andros, and an address book of unidentified ownership.

Makepeace Family Papers (MS ). Manuscripts and Archives, Yale. Book of Kells AD) (four gospels)celtic art forum and written in iron ball ink. on display Trinity, Dublin The Lindau Gospel Book Cover.

The book was made in – AD near Salzburg. Book cover made in gold, silver, enamel, and decorated with jewels maybe not reading, but at least looking of Kells The Lindau Gospel Book Cover.

"A Fair Field" Special material, original secretary's book "Farmers' Club,Parson's College Alumni Directory, Also contains "The Homes of Fairfield", by Oscar H. Herring, Palimpset January - "The Fairfield Daily Ledger and "The Beginning of Jefferson Lodge, No. 4 (original by incomplete copy of Iowa Sentinel, Fairfield.

Frieda Auerbach () was born on J in Vienna, Austria. She was the only child of Ignatz () and Rosine (Regina) Auerbach (née Loewy, ). Ignatz was born Ap in Szenice, Czechoslovakia. Regine was born on Novem in Pressburg, Czechoslovakia (aslo know as Bratislava or Pozsony).

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Whitman, Roger B. (Roger Bradbury), First aid for the ailing house. New York, London, Whittlesey House, McGraw-Hill Book Company, Incorporated [].Personal papers and miscellany document Goldsmith's childhood, education, and family from her childhood in the s to the s.

These files show us Barbara Goldsmith the individual, but also provide insight into the social milieu in which Goldsmith grew up and lived: wealthy New York during the s, s, and s.Book Cover with Ivory Figures, before Constantinople, Spanish, MET Felicia of Roucy - Daughter of Hildiun IV Count of Montdidier & Adelaide de Roucy, Daughter of Ebles I Count of Roucy - Wikipedia This is a book cover with ivory figures cared into it.

It was made before CE. It was made in Constantinople but from the Spanish culture.