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Wright family papers,
Wright family.; William W Collier; Samuel Pettibone; Fannie E Pettibone Wright; Philo Elizar Wright; Philo Sherman Wright 1825-1938 English Archival Material 3 linear ft. Personal correspondence of Fannie Wright with her husband Philo, her brother Sherman Pettibone, her daughters Virginia, Maude, and Evelyn, her son Philo S., and other members of the family, concerning family affairs and the genealogy of the Wright and Pettibone families; also fifty-seven volumes of Fannie E. Wright's diaries, 1863-1925, recording family news, social events, and home activities in Detroit, Michigan; account books of the Sherman Pettibone farm of Tallmadge, Ohio, and account books of.... "Virginia is his Mom, put." GET THIS ITEM Availability: Check the catalogs in your library. • Libraries worldwide that own item: 1 Connect to the catalog at Multnomah County Library • External • Resources: • Request an INTERLIBRARY LOAN Cite This Item

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Author(s): Wright family. Collier, William W. Pettibone, Samuel. Wright, Fannie E. Pettibone,; 1836-1925. Wright, Philo Elizar,; 1828-1876. Wright, Philo Sherman,; 1862Year: 1825-1938 Description: 3 linear ft. Language: English Abstract: Personal correspondence of Fannie Wright with her husband Philo, her brother Sherman Pettibone, her daughters Virginia, Maude, and Evelyn, her son Philo S., and other members of the family, concerning family affairs and

the genealogy of the Wright and Pettibone families; also fifty-seven volumes of Fannie E. Wright's diaries, 1863-1925, recording family news, social events, and home activities in Detroit, Michigan; account books of the Sherman Pettibone farm of Tallmadge, Ohio, and account books of. Philo S. Wright, 1893-1913; also photographs. Correspondents include: William W. Collier and Samuel B. Pettibone. SUBJECT(S) Descriptor: Agriculture. Ships. Women -- History. Named Collier, Victory P. Person: Collier family. Pettibone family. Stanley, David Sloane, 1828-1902. Wright family. Genre/Form: Account books. Diaries. Photoprints. Geographic: Detroit (Mich.) Great Lakes (North America) Ohio. Tallmadge (Ohio) United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865. Note(s): Donor: 1771./ Photographs described in Visual Materials File./ Bio/History: Philo E. and Fannie E. Pettibone Wright family of Detroit, Michigan. General Finding aid in the library. Info: Entry: 19860212 Update: 20080603 Document Archival Material Type: Accession OCLC: 34420010 No: Database: WorldCat

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Health institutions "Photographic images of mental health patients, staff, and facilities" (bulk 1958-1985) Mohawk Valley Psychiatric Center New York (State). Office of Mental Health. New York (State). Dept. of Mental Hygiene. 1900-1990 Archival Material B1560-97: 9 cu. ft. (ca. 7,000 photographs, 4,000 negatives, 750 slides, and 5 CD-ROMs) B1560-98: .75 cu. ft. (ca. 1,000 photographs)

Location Library US,NY NEW YORK STATE ARCH

Code AO#

Abstract: Images include scenes of recreation activities (such as parties, sporting events, and field trips for patients and staff); committees; officials; classes; staff and patients in groups and individually; meetings; dining; ceremonies; patient therapy and rehabilitation groups; patient medical treatment; staff training; receptions; holiday celebrations; entertainment; and visitors. Also documented are interiors and exteriors of buildings, grounds, and facilities, including maintenance, construction, and equipment. This subseries consists of ca. 2,000 black-andwhite photographs (most are 8 x 10 inches) dating primarily from ca. 1960-1980, although some are much earlier. Although many of the prints are not fully identified, most are stamped and dated on verso; some are captioned on verso or have handwritten or typewritten captions attached. Approximately half of these photographs depict Marcy State Hospital (later Marcy Psychiatric Center). Better identification of individual photographs can sometimes be obtained by referring to captioning information associated with the negatives in subseries 2. This subseries consists of black-and-white negatives. Almost all date from 1960-1980 and appear to correspond to the photographs in subseries 1. The negatives are housed in glassine envelopes and identifying information is almost always provided. Most negatives are 4 x 5 inches in format. Many smaller format negatives (2 1/4 x 3 1/4 inches) are also present. Also included are seven 8 x 10 inch negatives (four glass plates) which appear to correspond to prints in series B1559, Utica State Hospital School of Nursing records. This subseries consists of photo albums produced by individual wards of the hospital, showing ward activities, staff, and patients (ca. 1983-1990). Most photos are color snapshots with a few black-and-white prints, instant camera photographs, and newspaper clippings. Wards are sometimes not identified. Staff and patients are sometimes identified. Images depict therapy and recreational activities, birthday parties, outings, and other occasions. This subseries consists of ca. 750 slides (35 mm); 1,000 color snapshots; and 5 photo CD-ROMs. Although most slides appear to be typical snapshot subjects of staff, patients, facilities, and activities, some appear to be reproductions used for lectures or instruction. Some slides are from Marcy State Hospital. Snapshots are seldom identified. A few 35 mm negatives and 126 color negatives are also present. The photo CD-ROMs contain 434 historical images including nursing school classes; past directors; hospital equipment;, patient art work; views of buildings; and patient treatment and activities. SUBJECT(S) Descriptor: Psychiatric hospital patients -- New York (State) Psychiatric hospital care -- New York (State) Psychiatric hospitals -- New York (State) -- Employees. Mental health facilities -- New York (State) -- Employees. Mentally ill -- Care -- New York (State) Mentally ill -- Housing -- New York (State) Named Corp: New York (State). State Lunatic Asylum. Utica State Hospital (N.Y.) Marcy State Hospital (N.Y.) Marcy Psychiatric Center (N.Y.) Utica Psychiatric Center (N.Y.) Genre/Form: Black-and-white prints (photographs). Color slides. Instant camera photographs.

Negatives. Photograph albums. Photographic prints. Photographs. Slides. Snapshots. CD-ROMs. Geographic: New York (State) Oneida County (N.Y.) Utica (N.Y.) General Info: Patient and staff identification photographs in the series are restricted under provisions of the Personal Privacy Protection Law./ Use under supervision of archivist./ Agency record NYSV86-a380 describes the history and functions of the Dept. of Mental Hygiene resulting in creation of the records series./ Organization: B1560-97:/ Arranged in four subseries: Subseries 1, Black-andWhite Photographs, bulk ca. 1958-1980, 3 cu. ft. (ca. 6,000 items); Subseries 2, Black-and-White Negatives, ca. 1958-1975, 1 cu. ft. (ca. 3,500-4,000 items); Subseries 3, Ward Activity Photograph Albums, ca. 1983-1990, 4 cu. ft. (ca. 20 albums); and Subseries 4, Color Slides, Snapshots, and CD-ROMs, ca. 19651985, 1 cu. ft. (ca. 1,750 items)./ Subseries 1, Black-and-White Photographs, is arranged roughly by subject. Subseries 2, Black-and-White Negatives, is roughly alphabetical by subject. Subseries 3, Ward Activity Photograph Albums, is arranged by ward. Subseries 4, Color Slides, Snapshots, and CD-ROMs, is arranged by type of medium./ B1560-98:/ Arranged roughly by state hospital./ B1560-97: Container list./ B1560-97: Many of the photographs in Subseries 1 were collected by Lyle Engell, hospital archivist. Records in this series were transferred to the State Archives on May 7, 1997 from Mohawk Valley Psychiatric Center under RDA 19266./ B1560-98: The photographs in this accretion were created at Utica State Hospital and Marcy State Hospital (later Utica Psychiatric Center and Marcy Psychiatric Center) before their consolidation as Mohawk Valley Psychiatric Center. The photos were combined at an unknown date and maintained by Mohawk Valley Psychiatric Center as part of a photography archives of predecessor facilities./ Function: Documenting mentally ill./ Documenting psychiatric hospitals. OCLC: 83877481

"Photographs of facilities, staff, and patients at mental health institutions" New York (State). Office of Mental Health. Public Affairs Office. 1954-1975 Location Library US,NY NEW YORK STATE ARCH Code AO#

Action Note: Materials: 19131-95, 1954-1975, 32 cubic feet Actions: Accessioned Date: 5/12/95 Abstract: The series consists of photographic prints, negatives, and a small number of slides depicting staff and facilities of the Office of Mental Health and the people it serves. They document a wide range of activities of the office and were apparently used by its Public Affairs Office to illustrate buildings and operations, and the shared projects and work environments of staff and patients. The photographic prints are black and white and most measure 8 x 10 inches. A very few photographs and slides are color. Included are images of various state hospitals

(interiors and exteriors), staff at work (budget preparation, admission procedure) individual and group portraits of officials, staff, and clients in various work (remedial reading, group psychotherapy) and recreational (state fair, Special Olympics) settings and representations of exhibits and other special projects or events (centennial observances, employee recognition day, laying of cornerstones, patient discharge). Two distinct indexes to the prints follow the main photographic sequence. Negatives forming one of the indexes typically measure 4.5 x 5.5 inches. The bulk are single negatives, each in an envelope on which the picture number, date, location, and subject is provided. Often, but not always, the name of the photographer is also given. Copies of pictures forming a second index typically measure 4 x 5 inches. These are placed randomly within topical categories (e.g. nutrition services, shock therapy, inactive schools and hospitals). Categories were apparently established as the pictures were used by staff; topical headings are broad and do not follow standard alphabetical or numeric order. Many are filed chronologically by year, often within sub-categories. Also present is a one-volume register of negatives. Negatives are listed in manuscript by consecutive number, along with date, location, and description of the image.

Descriptor: Mental health personnel and patient -- New York (State) Mental health facilities -- New York (State) Mentally ill -- Care. Genre/Form: Slides. Photographic prints. Negatives. Geographic: New York (State) General Info: Agency record NYSV86-a380 describes the history and functions of the Dept. of Mental Hygiene resulting in creation of the records series./ Organization: Numerical./ Both a numerical index of negatives, and a subject index of photographs are available./ Rough container list./ A one-volume register of negatives is available./ Function: Promoting mental health./ Managing mental health facilities OCLC: 77593487

"Willard documentary images" (bulk 1930-1993) Willard Psychiatric Center (N.Y.) New York (State). Office of Mental Health New York (State). Dept. of Mental Hygiene. 1880-1993 Archival Material 18.25 cu. ft. (ca. 4,500 photographs, ca. 9,000 negatives, ca. 1,900 slides, ca. 275 lantern slides, and 2 motion pictures) Location Library US,NY NEW YORK STATE ARCH Code AO#

Action Note: Materials: B1442-96, 1880-1993, 16 cubic feet Actions: Accessioned Date: 6/20/96 Materials: B1442-96A, 1886-1983, 2 cubic feet Actions: Accessioned Date: 9/20/96 Abstract: This series consists of ca. 4,500 photographs (black-and-white and color), ca.

9,000 negatives, ca. 1,900 slides, and ca. 275 lantern slides maintained at Willard Psychiatric Center. The images span the institution's evolution from the Willard Asylum, to the Willard State Hospital, to the Willard Psychiatric Center, and provide extensive visual documentation of almost every aspect of staff and patient daily activities, as well as special occasions. In addition to identification photographs, the records include scenes of recreation activities (such as parties, sporting events, and field days for patients and staff); committees; officials; classes; staff and patients in groups and individually; meetings; dining; ceremonies; patient therapy and rehabilitation training; treatments; staff training; receptions; holiday celebrations; entertainment; and visitors. Also documented are interiors and exteriors of buildings, grounds, and facilities, including maintenance, construction, and equipment. Some prints are captioned on the verso or have handwritten, stamped, or typewritten captions attached. Many of the 35mm black-and-white negatives have contact sheets. Earlier black-and-white negatives are larger in format. These earlier negatives are usually grouped with a single brief caption attached and date from the 1930s to the 1950s. Subseries 1 consists of about 700 images from the nineteenth and early twentieth century in the form of lantern slides, albumen prints, silver gelatin prints, picture postcards and photographic postcards. The approximately 275 lantern slides were apparently retained by the Nursing School at Willard State Hospital. Although almost all slides are numbered, there is no index. The bulk of the slides are related to the history of medicine. They consist of a wide variety of images reproduced from old master paintings, prints, sculptures, stained glass, and other illustrations. Most depict medical themes including hospitals, early treatments, and nurses attending the sick and suffering. One group of 39 slides is devoted to the life and work of Florence Nightingale. Later scenes are taken from photographs of clinics, nursing schools, operating rooms, and hospital wards in the United States and abroad. One distinct group depicts the programs and activities of nurses of the American Red Cross (ca. 1920s) in foreign countries such as Haiti, the Philippine Islands, and Poland. A distinct group of 34 slides (ca. 1943) is a set of 35 mm glass slides entitled "The Human Eye is Anatomical Transparencies." These slides are accompanied by a printed guide which gives an extended caption for each slide. Also included in the first subseries are 24 stereoscopic views and ca. 450 silver gelatin and albumen prints mounted on board in small photograph albums. These earlier photographs typically depict staff members and their families, scenes on the grounds, interiors, and buildings. Many are captioned. Some duplicates are present. Subseries 2 consists primarily of 4 x 5" black-and-white negatives. Some black-and-white negatives measuring 2 1/4 x 3 l/4, 5 x 7", and 8 x 10" are also present, as well as a few black-andwhite photo prints. Some of the negatives are unidentified, but most are grouped in their original film boxes and labeled with subject and date. Included are patient and staff identification photographs and depictions of groups of patients and staff; buildings; grounds; student nurse training; occupational therapy activities; ceremonies; and field days. Local area scenes as well as photos of local school groups (such as sports teams and cheerleaders) and other unidentified subjects are also represented. Subseries 3 includes blackand-white photographs, negatives, and contact sheets; a history of Willard Psychiatric Center; memorandums of policy concerning privacy rights of patients; subject consent forms; requests and instructions for photographic reproductions; color snapshots and negatives; and 35 mm slides. Some of these images were published in "The Window," the Willard periodical, and some issues are present. Many of the photographs are captioned on the verso; some show a stamp identifying the photographer, one of whom was Richard Mearns. Some of the photographs are labeled as the property of the Willard

Psychiatric Center. Part of the duties of the staff photographer was to photograph new staff and arriving patients for identifications purposes and some of these identification photographs are present. Subseries 4 contains a wide variety of images showing medical treatments, grounds, patient workshop activities, and staff on duty, but most typically depict patients and staff in informal recreational situations such as picnics, field days, or holiday celebrations. Many of the approximately 1,500 snapshots are housed in original commercial envelopes with negatives. Some envelopes are labeled with date and subject. Many of the slides are housed in original commercial boxes labeled by subject and date. Approximately 450 slides are present; some slides are stamped with the photographer's name and are captioned. Some 200 instant camera photographs ("Polaroids") and some black-and-white snapshots are also present in this subseries. Subseries 5 consists of eleven oversize photographic portraits of each of the eleven successive directors of the Willard Asylum for the Insane, Willard State Hospital, and Willard Psychiatric Center. An accretion to Subseries 4, Color Slides and Snapshots, consists of color slides (1963-1983) depicting a variety of units and activities at Willard State Hospital (later Willard Psychiatric Center) including recreation, occupational therapy, field days, parties, and food services. One group of slides depicts an alleged patient in a complete sequence (apparently staged?) from admission through discharge. Approximately one-half of the slides are labeled or otherwise identified. This accretion also contains material which comprises an entirely new subseries, Subseries 6, Motion Pictures. These records consist of two color motion pictures labeled "Camping" and "Golf Course 1971," respectively. SUBJECT(S) Descriptor: Nursing -- Study and teaching. Mentally ill -- New York (State) -- Care. Psychiatric hospital patients. Nursing students -- New York (State) Nurses -- New York (State) Eye -- Anatomy. Medicine -- History. Mental health facilities -- New York (State) -- Employees. Psychiatric hospitals -- New York (State) -- Employees. Named Person: Nightingale, Florence. Named Corp: Willard Asylum for the Insane. Willard State Hospital (N.Y.) Genre/Form: Albumen prints. Black-and-white prints (photographs.) Boudoir. Color photographs. Color prints (photographs). Color slides. Dye diffusion transfer prints. Gelatin silver prints. Instant camera photographs. Lantern slides. Negatives. Photograph albums. Photographic postcards. Photographic prints. Photographs.

Picture postcards. Slides. Snapshots. Stereoscopic photographs. Motion pictures. Geographic: New York (State) Willard (N.Y.) Seneca County (N.Y.) General Info: Patient and staff identification photographs in the series are restricted under provisions of the Freedom of Information Law and the Personal Privacy Protection Law./ Use under supervision of archivist./ Agency record NYSV86a380 describes the history and functions of the Dept. of Mental Hygiene resulting in creation of the records series./ Organization: Arranged in five subseries: Subseries 1, Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century Photographs, ca. 1880-1910, 1.5 c.f. (ca. 700 items); Subseries 2, Negatives, ca. 1948-1968, 4 c.f. (ca. 8,000 negatives); Subseries 3, Staff Photographer's Photograph, Negative, and Subject Files, 1950-1982 (bulk 1968-1978), 3.5 c.f.; Subseries 4, Color Slides and Snapshots, ca. 1978-1993, 2 c.f. (ca. 2,000 snapshots and slides); Subseries 5, Portraits of Directors, 1869-1993, .25 c.f. (11 photographs), and Subseries 6, Motion Pictures, ca. 1971, .3 c.f. (2 motion pictures)./ Subseries 1, Photographs, is arranged by photographic format. Subseries 3, Staff Photographer's Files, is arranged in rough alphabetical order by subject. Subseries 4, Color Slides and Snapshots, is arranged roughly by media. Subseries 5, Portraits of Directors, is arranged chronologically by tenure of director. Subseries 6, Motion Pictures, is arranged by film./ Associated materials: Series B1445, Willard State Hospital School of Nursing Records, contains additional photographs of similar subjects./ Container list./ An item list is available for Subseries 1, 19th Century Photographs./ These records were transferred to the State Archives by authorization 19069 when the facility closed in April, 1995./ Function: Documenting asylums./ Treating mental disorders./ Administrating psychiatric hospitals. OCLC: 80197170 booklist part 1aa "Correspondence: Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. Director's Office." 1933-1977 122481767 you might search WorldCat with keyword correspondence virginia museum of fine arts Named Corp: Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Director's Office Location Library Code

US,VA LIBRARY OF VIRGINIA, THE VIC http://www.worldcat.org/wcpa/servlet/OUFrame?url=%3D%3FUTF8%3FB%3FaHR0cDovL2ZpcnN0c2VhcmNoLm9jbGMub3JnL1dlYlovRlNPcGVuVVJMP2R hdGFiYXNlPTMmZGJuYW1lPVdvcmxkQ2F0JmF1dGhvPTEwMDE0NjIwOSZ0aW1lc3Rhb XA9MjQmZW5jcnlwdGlvbj0yNzNkZWVhNjA1NzQwMjFjMDc3MTBkNTRjMmEwNmZkZS ZvY2xjbnVtPWV0dG9rZWhmaCZkYXRlPTE5MzMmc2Vzc2lvbmlkPTA%3D%3F%3D&titl e=FSOpenURL&linktype=FSOpenURL&detail=ORX%3Anoframes

Action Note: Actions: Transferred Date: 19901030 Authorization: GS 101-16A Agent: W. Lange Materials: Director's Correspondence, 1933-1977 General Info: Forms part of the records of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. Agency history VASV89-A366 describes the agency./ RM-17 box contents listings. "Papers, (bulk 1809-1876)." Wright family. 1785-1902 Location US,DE Library HAGLEY MUS & LIBR Code DEH

Abstract: The papers of Samuel G. Wright document his activities as a New Jersey gentleman farmer, a Philadelphia merchant, an ironmaster and a member of the New Jersey Legislature as well as his private investments in land and securities. As such it is a valuable source on the details of the early nineteenth century iron industry and its allied activities, including coastwise shipping, on the impact of economic fluctuations during the Jacksonian Era, on the linkages between eastern merchants and the developing West, and on everyday life in rural New Jersey and Delaware. The core of the papers consists of bound and loose accounting materials and inbound correspondence. The accounts appear to be incomplete and several volumes were used for writing practice and as scrapbooks by later generations. The largest portion covers the iron operations at Delaware and Dover Furnaces, with greater detail available on the former. Letters from the field describe all phases of ironmaking and its ancillary activities, including technical and labor problems, fluctuating market conditions, sales and shipping. There is extensive correspondence with the Howells concerning the financial and legal difficulties surrounding the resale of the Dover Furnace Tract to the Monmouth Purchase Company. Wright's western and southwestern trade is documented in accounts with David Brearley for the Arkansas fur trading venture and by letters from Wright's clerk/agent William Potter during a long tour to Arkansas describing market conditions and prospects along the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers. There are also letters from merchants in Cincinnati, St. Louis and Natchez who traded with Wright. Other letters describe Wright's early ventures in cordwood and salt manufacture, as well as speculative purchases of land in Otsego County, New York, Missouri and Illinois, and purchases with his brother Joseph and nephew Hendrick of anthracite coal lands in the Wyoming Valley of Pennsylvania. Merino Hill Farm is represented by accounts, including those for its construction in 1809-10, farm payrolls and accounts with agent (?) Caleb Malsbury, while other books give some coverage of Wright's Philadelphia mercantile business between 1817 and 1842. There are fewer letters on these phases of his operations. Wright's role as a local leader of the Whig Party is represented by correspondence with other politicians and campaign ephemera. There is also a chart giving a phrenological analysis of Samuel G. Wright and the manumission papers of a young slave that he apparently bought and liberated. There is also a collection of printed bills, reports and petitions from Wright's 1830-31 term in the state legislature. Wright's father Caleb is represented by a small collection of papers, primarily related to the anti-slavery and charitable activities of the Quakers and to the Hicksite Schism. The papers of Wright's wife and three sons are primarily concerned with family matters, although Gardiner in particular writes about the family's business activities. They also deal with settling Samuel G. Wright's estate and with the operation of Merino Hill Farm after his death. Descriptor: Agriculture -- New Jersey.

Anthracite coal. Charcoal burners -- Delaware. Charcoal burners -- New Jersey. Coastwise shipping -- Delaware. Coastwise shipping -- New Jersey. Forges -- New Jersey. Fur trade -- Arkansas Territory. Hicksite Schism. Hicksites. Horse breeders -- New Jersey. Horse breeders -- Virginia. Indians of North America -- Trading posts. Iron industry and trade -- Delaware. Iron industry and trade -- New Jersey. Iron mines and mining -- Delaware. Iron mines and mining -- New Jersey. Iron-works -- Delaware. Iron-works -- New Jersey. Land companies -- Illinois. Land companies -- Missouri. Logging -- Delaware. Logging -- New Jersey. Lotteries -- Maryland. Merchants -- Delaware. Merchants -- New England. Merchants -- New Jersey. Merchants -- New York. Merchants -- Ohio. Merchants -- Pennsylvania. Merino sheep. Phrenology. Quakers. Salt industry and trade -- Delaware. Salt industry and trade -- New Jersey. Slavery -- Emancipation. Society of Friends. Stove industry and trade. Stoves -- Cast-iron. Toll roads -- Pennsylvania. Turnpike roads -- Pennsylvania. Named Person: Crawford, William Harris, 1772-1834. Douglas, Edwin A., 1805-1859. Du Pont, Alfred Victor, 1798-1856. Frelinghuysen, Frederick T. (Frederick Theodore), 1817-1885. Frelinghuysen, Theodore, 1787-1862. Fulton, Robert, 1765-1815. Gouverneur, Samuel L. (Samuel Lawrence), 1799-1867. Haviland, John, 1792-1852. Henry, William, 1794-1878. Higbee, Charles d. ca. 1843. Hollenback, George M. (George Matson), 1791-1866. Howell, Benjamin Betterton, 1786-1841. Jenks, Alfred, b. ca. 1794. Kemble, William, 1795?-1881. McCall, Archibald, 1767-1843.

Nott, Eliphalet, 1773-1866. Richards, Mark, 1785?-1843. Richards, Thomas S. (Thomas Smith), 1803-1839. Rodgers, John, 1812-1882. Wall, Garret D. (Garret Dorset), 1783-1850. Walter, Thomas Ustick, 1804-1887. Waples, William D. (William Dagworthy), d. 1841. Wilson, James, fl. 1820-1845. Wood, David C. (David Cooper), 1780-1859. Wright, Hendrick B. (Hendrick Bradley), 1808-1881. Wright, Joseph, 1785-1855. Wurts, John, 1792-1861. Wright, Caleb, 1754-1841. Wright, Gardiner H. (Gardiner Harrison), 1806- . Wright, Harrison G. (Harrison Gardiner), 1810-1885. Wright, Samuel G. (Samuel Gardiner), 1781-1845. Wright, Samuel G. (Samuel Gardiner), 1819- . Wright, Sarah, 1787-1885. Named Corp: A. C. Cazenove & Company. Baltimore Coal Company. Batsto Furnace (Batsto, N.J.). Board of Proprietors of the Eastern Division of New Jersey. Boston Gas Light Company. Cadwalader & Oliver Evans (Firm). Camden and Amboy Rail Road and Transportation Company. Casswell & Murdock. Commercial Bank of Pennsylvania. Cumberland Furnace (Cumberland, N.J.). Delaware and Hudson Canal Company. Delaware and Raritan Canal Company (N.J.). Delaware Furnace (Millsboro, Del.). Dover Forge (Lacey, N.J.). Dover Furnace (Lakehurst, N.J.). Elizabethtown and Somerville Railroad Company. Etna Furnace and Forge (Estell Manor, N.J.). Friends' Asylum for the Insane (Philadelphia, Pa.). Hibernia Mine (Hibernia, N.J.). Howell Iron Works (Howell, N.J.). Insurance Company of North America. Joseph Jackson & Sons. Josiah L. James & Company. Lake Champlain Steam Boat Company. Lehigh Coal and Navigation Company. Milford and Owego Turnpike Company. Millville Furnace (Millville, N.J.). Monmouth Purchase Company. Morris Canal and Banking Company. Mount Hope Mining Company (N.J.). Nassawango Furnace (Worcester County, Md.). New Brunswick Steam Boat and Canal Transportation Company. New Castle and Frenchtown Turnpike and Rail Road Company. New Jersey Atlantick Railroad Company. New Jersey. Legislative Council. Newark Aqueduct Company (N.J.). Paterson and Hudson River Rail Road Company.

Phoenix Forge (Manchester, N.J.). Ulster Iron Company. West Point Foundry Association. Weymouth Furnace (Weymouth, N.J.). Geographic: Delaware -- Iron industry and trade. Delaware -- Politics and government -- 19th century. Illinois -- Land companies. Illinois -- Maps -- 19th century. Lakehurst (N.J.) -- Iron-works. Millsboro (Del.) -- Iron-works. Millville (N.J.) -- Iron-works. Missouri -- Land companies. Missouri -- Iron mines and mining. Missouri -- Maps -- 19th century. Morris County (N.J.) -- Iron mines and mining. New Jersey -- Iron industry and trade. New Jersey -- Politics and government -- 1775-1865. New Jersey -- Social life and customs. Ocean County (N.J.) -- Iron industry and trade. South Carolina -- Description and travel. Sussex County (Del.) -- Iron industry and trade. United States -- Social life and customs -- 19th century. Note(s): Also available on microfilm. Six linear feet of material were received as an addendum and are not part of the microfilm edition./ Reproduction: Microfilm./ Greenville, Del. :/ Hagley Museum and Library,/ 1980./ Bio/History: Samuel Gardiner Wright, a Philadelphia merchant and ironmaster, was born on November 18, 1781, the great-great-grandson of Joshua Wright, one of three brothers who emigrated to the Burlington, New Jersey, area in 1677-79. Samuel's father Caleb was a storekeeper in Juliustown. A brother Joseph migrated to Plymouth Township in the Wyoming Valley. General Info: Organization: Part I. Samuel G. Wright papers (1809-1845); Part II. Caleb Wright papers (1785-1840); Part III. Sarah Wright papers (1815-1881); Part IV. Gardiner H. Wright papers (1826-1852); Part V. Harrison G. Wright papers (1826-1880); Part VI. Samuel Wright, Jr., papers (1839-1860)./ Original or duplicate materials: Duplicate microfilm available in: New Jersey State Archives,/ 185 West State Street, CN307, Trenton, N.J. 08625./ Unpublished finding aid available at the repository. OCLC: 122503422

"Annual report" "Joseph and Margaret Muscarelle Museum of Art." 1900sUS,AZ HEARD MUS LIBR, THE US,CA LOS ANGELES CNTY MUS OF ART US,VA COLLEGE OF WILLIAM & MARY Descriptor: Art museums -- Virginia -- Williamsburg -- Periodicals. Named Corp: Joseph and Margaret Muscarelle Museum of Art. -- Periodicals OCLC: 50445472 ZP2 CAM VWM

"Papers" bulk: 1821-1876. 1634-1967 John Henry Clifford Location Library US,MA MASSACHUSETTS HIST SOC Code MAH

Author(s): Clifford, John Henry, 1809-1876. Agassiz, Louis,; 1807-1873. Clifford, Charles W.,; 1861-1916. Clifford, John H.; 1809-1876. ; (John Henry), Curtis, Benjamin Robbins,; 1809-1874. Cushing, Caleb,; 1800-1879. Dana, Richard Henry,; 1787-1879. Dana, Richard Henry,; 1815-1882. Emerson, Ralph Waldo,; 1803-1882. Everett, Edward,; 1794-1865. Fish, Hamilton,; 1808-1893. Forbes, John Murray,; 1813-1898. Gardner, Henry J.,; 1818-1892. Hillard, George Stillman,; 1808-1879. Holmes, Oliver Wendell,; 1809-1894. Hooper, Samuel,; 1808-1875. Lawrence, Amos Adams,; 1814-1886. Lodge, Henry Cabot,; 1850-1924. Lowell, James Russell,; 1819-1891. Quincy, Josiah,; 1802-1882. Roosevelt, Theodore,; 1858-1919. Root, Elihu,; 1845-1937. Stanton, Edwin McMasters,; 1814-1869. Sumner, Charles,; 1811-1874. Webster, Daniel,; 1782-1852. Winthrop, Robert C.; 1809-1894. ; (Robert Charles), Beard family. Bourn family. Clifford family. Sturtevant family. Standard No: LCCN: ms 69-1640 Abstract: Lawyer, attorney general and Governor of Massachusetts, and president of the Boston and Providence Railroad, of New Bedford, Mass. Correspondence, diaries, account books, commissions, speeches, official records, documents, and legal papers, concerning Clifford's terms as attorney general and Governor, his experiences during the Civil War, his advisory role in the proceedings against Jefferson Davis (1865-66), and the Webster-Parkman murder trial (1849-51). (Con't) Includes family and personal correspondence of Clifford's son, Charles W. Clifford, pertaining to his law practice; papers of John Henry Clifford II, concerning his school days at Groton and Harvard and his military service (191719); together with Beard, Bourn, and Sturtevant family papers. Correspondents include J.L.R. Agassiz, Benjamin R. Curtis, Caleb Cushing, Richard Henry Dana, Richard Henry Dana, Jr., Ralph Waldo Emerson, Edward Everett, Hamilton Fish, John Murray Forbes, Henry J. Gardner, George Hillard, Oliver Wendell Holmes,

Samuel Hooper, A.A. Lawrence, Henry Cabot Lodge (1850-1924), James Russell Lowell, Josiah Quincy, Theodore Roosevelt, Elihu Root, Edwin M. Stanton, Charles Sumner, Daniel Webster, and Robert C. Winthrop. Named Person: Davis, Jefferson, 1808-1889. Webster, John White, 1793-1850. Named Corp: Massachusetts. Governor (1853-1854 : Clifford) General Info: Unpublished guide in the library./ Some items are individually described in the MHS manuscript catalog OCLC: 16755227

"Records of the American Colonization Society" (bulk 1823-1912). American Colonization Society. 1792-1964 Location United Kingdom Library UNIV OF OXFORD Description: 190, 198 items. 717 containers. 331 microfilm reels. Language: English Standard No: LCCN: mm 78-10660 Abstract: Correspondence, financial and business papers, reports, and miscellaneous material relating to administrative and financial matters, membership, slavery and status of slaves in the pre-Civil War period, and emigration, colonization, and education in Liberia. Includes William McLain's personal papers (1831-1850) and letter books (1856-1875) of the Massachusetts Colonization Society. Correspondents include Jehudi Ashmun, one of the society's early colonial agents, Stephen Benson, Thomas Buchanan, Elliott Cresson, Thomas R. Hazard, John H. B. Latrobe, J. W. Lugenbeel, Joseph Jenkins Roberts, and Gerrit Smith. Descriptor: African Americans -- Colonization -- Africa. Education -- Liberia. Freedmen -- Colonization -- Africa, West. Slavery -- United States. Named Person: Ashmun, J. (Jehudi), 1794-1828. Benson, Stephen Allen, b. 1816. Buchanan, Thomas, d. 1841. Cresson, Elliott, 1796-1854. Hazard, Thomas R. (Thomas Robinson), 1797-1886. Latrobe, John H. B. (John Hazlehurst Boneval), 1803-1891. Lugenbeel, J. W. (James Washington), 1819?-1857. McLain, William. Roberts, Joseph J. (Joseph Jenkins), 1809-1876. Smith, Gerrit, 1797-1874. Named Corp: Massachusetts Colonization Society. Geographic: Liberia -- Colonization. Note(s): Reproduction: Microfilm produced from originals in the Manuscript Division./ Code EQO

Washington, D.C. :/ Library of Congress Photoduplication Service,/ 1970-1977. General Info: Finding aid available in the Library of Congress Manuscript Reading Room. OCLC: 156800734 "Papers" (bulk 1795-1899) Sharpless family.; Abigail Greaves; James R Greaves; Mary Kite; Thomas Kite; Mary Passmore; Aaron Sharpless; Joshua Sharpless; Susanna Sharpless; Edward G Smedley 1748-1917 Location US,PA Library HAVERFORD COL Author(s): Sharpless family. Greaves, Abigail,; 1807-1837. Greaves, James R.,; d. 1870. Kite, Mary,; 1793?-1861. Kite, Thomas,; 1785-1845. Passmore, Mary. Sharpless, Aaron,; 1809-1876. Sharpless, Joshua,; 1779-1860. Sharpless, Susanna,; 1809-1844. Smedley, Edward G.; 1835-1908. ; (Edward Garrett), Abstract: Correspondence, diaries, biographical sketches, testimonies, poetry, genealogy, legal documents, map, photographs and other papers chiefly of Sharpless, Kite and related Quaker families of Philadelphia and East Bradford Township, Chester County, Pa.; correspondence (1786-1899) includes letters (1795-1809) of Joshua Sharpless (17791860) to his brother Isaac discussing his work as a carpenter and an epidemic in Philadelphia; approx. 240 letters (1824-1861) of Mary Kite chiefly to members of the Kite, Walton and Sharpless families discuss family news, religious reflections and travels; letters (1801-1829) to Edith (Sharpless) Kite from members of the Cope, Kite, Nicholls, Poole, Sharpless, Walton, Wood, Yarnall and other families; letters (18231873) of Aaron Sharpless with family and friends; letters (1824-1848) of Abigail (Sharpless) Greaves (1807-1837) and James R. Greaves (d.1870) to members of Sharpless family. Diaries of Thomas Kite (1814-1827), Mary Passmore (1851-1852), Aaron Sharpless (1831-1845), Susanna (Kite) Sharpless (1828) and Mary Kite (18271861) discuss spiritual reflections, travel as Friends' ministers, state of the Society of Friends, Native Americans; Concord Monthly Meeting memorial concerning Edith Sharples (1743-1787); also biographical sketches of Edith Sharples (1743-1787), Joshua Sharples (1747-1826), Mary Kite (1792-1861); papers of Edward G. Smedley (1835-1908) chiefly related to his and brother William's detention as conscripts in 1863 in Philadelphia, includes letters written to them from family and friends, a diary kept by Edward G. Smedley while detained and documents related to Civil War bounty taxes (1865-1866). Descriptor: Conscientious objectors. Epidemics -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia. Named Person: Cope family. Kite family. Nicholls family. Poole family. Sharples family. Walton family. Code HVC

Wood family. Yarnall family. Kite, Edith, 1777-1861. Sharples, Edith, 1743-1787. Sharples, Joshua, 1747-1826. Smedley, William. Genre/Form: Diaries. Geographic: United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Conscientious objectors. Note(s): Related to library's Kite family papers, ms. coll. 1111.5./ Bio/History: Joshua Sharples (1747-1826) m. Edith Yarnall (1743-1787). Their children included Joshua Sharpless (1779-1860) and Edith Sharpless (1777-1861) who m. Thomas Kite (1785-1845). Thomas Kite was the son of Benjamin and Rebecca Kite. Thomas Kite m. first Elizabeth Barnard (d.1810), their children included Susanna Kite (1809-1844) who m. Aaron Sharpless (1809-1876). Mary Kite (1792-1861), Friends' minister, was the sister of Thomas Kite. OCLC: 27385279 "Papers of Andrew H. Foote" (bulk 1847-1857) Andrew H Foote; Madison Rush http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.mss/eadmss.ms005013 Author(s): Foote, Andrew H. 1806-1863. (Andrew Hull), Rush, Madison,; fl. 1845-1847. ; Journal of Madison Rush; (1845-1847) Description: 1,000 items. 11 containers. 5 microfilm reels. 4.4 linear feet. Standard No: LCCN: mm 81-20933 Abstract: Correspondence, letterbooks, manuscript of "Africa and the American Flag" (1854), journals, logbooks, ships' records, and other papers relating principally to Foote's naval career and to trade with Japan, Americans living in or engaged in commerce in China, Civil War naval actions, and Foote's personal life. Documents his cruise aboard the ship John Adams involved in a dispute among missionaries in Hawaii, his command (1842-1843) of the U.S. Naval Asylum, his command (1849-1851) of the U.S. brig Perry, U.S. Navy African Squadron, off the west coast of Africa in a joint effort with Great Britain to suppress the slave trade, and his command (1856-1858) of the sloop-of-war Portsmouth, U.S. East India Squadron, including material relating to the Battle of the Barrier Forts (1856) near Canton (Guangzhou), China. Also includes a journal (1845-1847) kept by Madison Rush on a cruise from New York to China and South America. Correspondents include James Armstrong, Thomas Biddle, Edward A. Blundell, James C. Dobbin, Samuel F. Du Pont, William A. Graham, Francis H. Gregory, George F. Hastings, Duncan N. Ingraham, John Lenthall, William L. Marcy, Levin M. Powell, William Ballard Preston, George C. Read, Joseph J. Roberts, Joseph Smith, Isaac Toucey, John Tudor, and Daniel Webster. Descriptor: Americans -- China. Barrier Forts, Battle of the, China, 1856. Missionaries -- Hawaii. Ship's papers -- 19th century. Slave trade -- Africa, West. Named Person: Armstrong, James, 1794-1868 -- Correspondence. Biddle, Thomas, 1776-1857 -- Correspondence. Blundell, Edward A. -- Correspondence.

Dobbin, James C. (James Cochran), 1814-1857 -- Correspondence. Du Pont, Samuel Francis, 1803-1865 -- Correspondence. Graham, William A. (William Alexander), 1804-1875 -- Correspondence. Gregory, Francis H., 1789-1866 -- Correspondence. Hastings, George F. -- Correspondence. Ingraham, Duncan N. (Duncan Nathaniel), 1802-1891 -- Correspondence. Lenthall, John, 1807-1882 -- Correspondence. Marcy, William L. (William Learned), 1786-1857 -- Correspondence. Powell, Levin M., 1800-1885 -- Correspondence. Preston, William Ballard, 1805-1862 -- Correspondence. Read, George C. (George Campbell), 1787-1862 -- Correspondence. Roberts, Joseph J. (Joseph Jenkins), 1809-1876 -- Correspondence. Smith, Joseph, 1790-1877 -- Correspondence. Toucey, Isaac, 1796-1869 -- Correspondence. Tudor, John, fl. 1840-1850 -- Correspondence. Named Corp: Great Britain. Royal Navy. United States. Naval Asylum. United States. Navy -- Foreign service -- China. United States. Navy -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865. United States. Navy. African Squadron. United States. Navy. East India Squadron. John Adams (Ship) Perry (Brig) Portsmouth (Sloop of war) Geographic: Africa, West -- Description and travel. Guangzhou (China) Fort Donelson, Battle of, Tenn., 1862. China -- Commerce -- United States. Japan -- Commerce -- United States. South America -- Description and travel. Tennessee -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865. United States -- Commerce -- History -- 19th century. United States -- Commerce -- China. United States -- Commerce -- Japan. United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Naval operations. Note(s): Microfilm edition available,/ no. 18,988./ Bio/History: Naval officer./ Reproduction: Microfilm produced from originals in the Manuscript Division./ Washington, D.C. :/ Library of Congress Photoduplication Service,/ 1984. General Info: Finding aid available in the Library of Congress Manuscript Reading Room and on Internet. Associated materials: Photograph/ transferred to/ Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division. Occupation: Naval officers. OCLC: 70981830

"James Johnson Sweeney correspondence" Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Office of the Director. 1961-1967 Location Library US,TX MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS, HOUSTON HIRSCH LIBR Code FNE

In: Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Office of the Director. Records, 1924-[ongoing] Language: English; In English, French, Italian, German, and Spanish.

Abstract: The correspondence files of James Johnson Sweeney contain the Director's communications with Trustees (including John de Menil), artists, art critics and journalists, collectors, art gallery owners, and museum and university professionals. Mostly dealing with possible acquisitions and exhibitions for the MFA,H, the correspondence includes requests for consultations on the value and identification of art works and arrangements for Sweeney's participation as curator or judge for exhibitions and competitions held outside the MFA,H. The papers include correspondence with artists (such as Ida Kohlmeyer, Dorothy Hood, and Laszlo Moskovits) who encouraged Sweeney to visit their studios and wrote to him about the evolution and meaning of their work. The papers illustrate Sweeney's wide circle of contacts in the international art scene and demonstrate his commitment to the broadening of the public's exposure to and understanding of twentieth-century art. A substantial portion of Sweeney's correspondence concerns ongoing research into the image of the Black in art, a project sponsored jointly by the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston and John and Dominique de Menil. Ranging in date from June 1963 to April 1964, this correspondence reflects a widespread and intensive effort to locate all relevant material (from any period, in any medium) in both European and American collections. Within the papers the project is termed "Exploration of Negro Subject Matter in the Fine Arts" and "de Menil Negro Art Project"; ultimately it provided the material for the publication, begun in 1976, of the Menil Foundation's multi-volume work, The Black Image in Western Art. Descriptor: Blacks in art. African American art. African Americans in art. Art patronage. Named Person: Ashton, Dore, 1928Barnstone, Howard. Barr, Alfred Hamilton, 1902-1981. Bess, Forrest. Byrnes, James B. Calder, Alexander, 1898-1976. Chillida, Eduardo, 1924-2002. Coke, Van Deren, 1921Corita, Sister, 1918Geeslin, Campbell. Griffiths, Higford. Hamilton, George Heard. Hartung, Hans, 1904-1989. Hayes, Bartlett H., 1904Hayes, David V. Hobby, William P., Jr. Hobby, Oveta Culp, 1905Hogg, Ima, 1882-1975. Holmes, Ann (Ann Hitchcock) Hood, Dorothy, 1919John, Grace Spaulding. Kohlmeyer, Ida, 1912-1997. Lassus, Bernard. Leeper, John Palmer. Lissim, Simon, 1900Lowry, W. McNeil, 1913Mathieu, Georges, 1921Menil, John de. Menil, Dominique de. Mladek, Meda.

Mocsanyi, Paul. Morot-Sir, Edouard. Myers, Bernard Samuel, 1908Nabokov, Nicolas, 1903-1978. Penrose, Roland, Sir. Roth, Jack, 1927Sandberg, Willem Jacob Henri Berend, 1897-1984. Selz, Peter Howard, 1919Sert, José Luis, 1902-1983. Soulages, Pierre, 1919Trier, Eduard. Wilke, Ulfert. Sweeney, James Johnson, 1900-1986. Named Corp: Addison Gallery of American Art. Staempfli Gallery. Wildenstein and Co. Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Note(s): All photographs were removed from the Correspondence and placed in the Archives Photograph Collection./ Many of the events of Sweeney's tenure were controversial and highly publicized in the local and national press. Refer to Records of the Office of Public Relations (RG 8), Series 1: Newsclippings./ Also available on 35mm microfilm/ rolls 1579-1594/ for use in repository only at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Archives, P. O. Box 6826, Houston, Texas 77265, or on interlibrary loan from the Archives of American Art, 5200 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, Michigan 48202./ Bio/History: Art museum director, educator, and patron of the arts, James Johnson Sweeney was born in Brooklyn, New York, on May 30, 1900 and educated at Jesus College, Cambridge, and at the Sorbonne. He was Director of the Department of Painting and Sculpture at the Museum of Modern Art (1945-1946) and subsequently Director of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (1952-1960) prior to the commencement of his tenure as Director of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, in 1961. A determined advocate of modern art, Sweeney organized major exhibitions and authored books, essays, reviews, and articles which fostered greater interest in twentieth-century art among the American public. He died on April 14, 1986. General Info: Together with Sweeney's Subject Files the Correspondence forms the James Johnson Sweeney Papers, a subgroup of the collective records of the Office of the Director (RG 2), Archives, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston./ Organization: Arranged alphabetically by individual correspondent and chronologically for each correspondent./ Preferred citation: Records of the Office of the Director (RG 2), Subgroup 3 Series 1: The James Johnson Sweeney Correspondence. Archives, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston./ Unpublished finding aid available in repository./ Occupation: Art museum directors./ Art critics./ Art patrons./ Art dealers. OCLC: 122319012

Semi-annual financial reports Illinois. Office of the Commissioner of Savings and Loan Associations. 1965-1974 Location Library US,IL ILLINOIS STATE ARCH Code I7A

Corp Author(s): Illinois. Office of the Commissioner of Savings and Loan Associations.

Abstract: Reports contain data on savings and loan associations' financial conditions which were filed with Federal Home Loan Bank Board. Included are statements of conditions and operations; reconcilements of individed profits or surpluses, general reserves, contingent reserves and special bad debt reserves; extent of compliance with insurance regulations; analyses of mortgage loans, securities, specific reserves, deferred credits, additional assets, members' and investors' accounts; and lists of officers, directors and attorneys with their addresses, titles and rates of compensation. After 1972 reports contain statements of expenses, supplemental data giving amount of loan activity, net worth reconciliation, savings account balances with interest rates and copies of change of location requests. Descriptor: Banks and banking -- Illinois. Mortgages -- Illinois. Housing -- Illinois. Savings and loan associations -- Location -- Illinois. Loans -- Illinois. Named Corp: Illinois. Office of the Commissioner of Savings and Loan Associations -Records and correspondence. United States. Federal Home Loan Bank Board. Genre/Form: Reports. Note(s): Bio/History: The position of Commissioner of Savings and Loan Associations was created in 1965 (l. 1965, p. 2077). Appointed by Governor, Commissioner licenses, examines and regulates state-chartered savings and loan associations. These duries formerly were exercised by Supervisor of Savings and Loan Associations who operated within Department of Financial Institutions. Before creation of Department of Financial Institutions in 1957, Auditor of Public Accounts was responsible for regulation of savings and loan associations./ The Savings and Loan Board also was created by 1965 act to conduct hearings on appeals of Commissioner's decisions, to advise Governor on proposed legislation and to advise Governor and Commissioner on personnel needs of office. General Info: Organization: Financial reports ;/ Chronological arrangement./ Preferred citation: Record Series 410.006, Commissioner of Savings and Loan Associations, Semi-annual financial reports, Illinois State Archives./ No index available. Other Titles: Series title :; Commissioner of Savings and Loan Associations, Semi-annual financial reports Entry: 19970715 Update: 20040401 Document Type: Archival Material Accession No: OCLC: 37295867 Database: WorldCat

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"Papers" Borland family Thomas Tudor Tucker Euclid Borland

1806-1867 Location US,NC Library DUKE UNIV LIBR Code NDD

Abstract: This collection contains papers for three generations of the Borland family. Thomas Borland was a doctor at Fort Johnson near Charleston, South Carolina, at least from 1806 to 1808. He also served as a surgeon's mate in the U.S. Army from 6 March-1 April 1808. The four letters written to Thomas in the collection include one from a personal friend; one from Thomas T. Tucker, the Treasurer of the U.S.; and two written in 1832 by Euclid Borland, Thomas' son. Euclid served as a doctor in the U.S. Navy's ship JOHN ADAMS. His letters discuss cholera, Italy, the ship MARSEILLES, and his desire to return home. Other items in the collection include a handwritten record of the Confedrate Army career of Euclid Borland, Jr., who served in the 6th Virginia Infantry Regiment, as well as his passport, dated 1867. Descriptor: Cholera. Passports. Named Person: Borland, Thomas. Borland, Euclid. Borland, Euclid, Jr. Tucker, Thomas Tudor, 1745-1828. Borland family. Named Corp: Confederate States of America. Army. Virginia Infantry Regiment, 6th. John Adams (Ship) Marseilles (Ship) Geographic: Italy -- Description and travel -- 19th century. United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865. OCLC: 46719275 "Papers" Simon Fraser Blunt 1833-1921 "JAG, put."

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Abstract: Correspondence and other papers of and about Simon Fraser Blunt while serving on numerous ships including the U.S.S. "John Adams," U.S.S. "Mississippi," U.S.S. "Truxtun," and U.S.S. "Vincennes." Topics covered include the U.S. War with Mexico, 1845-1848, and yellow fever suffered at that time; the U.S. Exploring Expedition of 1838-1842; the wreck of the ship "Winfield Scott" off of the coast of California in 1853; the cabinet of President James Knox Polk; cannibalism on the Fiji Islands; dueling while serving in the Mediterranean Sea at Mahan, Minorca; and the Liberian colony of freed slaves and the African slave-trade. Principal family correspondents include Ellen Lloyd Key Blunt, Mary Donald Fraser Randolph Weldon Blunt, and Rosa McDonald Blunt Peete. Other key correspondents are William Henry Aspinwall, Ogden Hoffman, John Young Mason, and Charles Wilkes Named Person: Aspinwall, William Henry, 1807-1875. Blunt, Ellen Lloyd Key, 1821-1884. Blunt, Mary Donald Fraser Randolph Weldon, d. 1835. Hoffman, Ogden, 1822-1891.

Mason, John Y. (John Young), 1799-1859. Peete, Rosa McDonald Blunt. Polk, James K. (James Knox), 1795-1849. Wilkes, Charles, 1798-1877. Named Corp: John Adams (Ship) Mississippi (Ship) United States. Navy -- Sea life -- 19th century. Truxtun (Ship) Vincennes (Ship) Winfield Scott (Ship) "Charles Bartles" 1791-1905 Location US,DC US,DC Library LIBRARY OF CONGRESS/NUCMC NATIONAL UNION CAT/MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION Standard No: LCCN: 95-797824 Abstract: Personal and business correspondence, financial records, maps, surveys, legal documents, Civil War affidavits, stock certificates, printed materials, and other papers, reflecting Bartles's law practice, business affairs, and position as community leader; papers of his father, Andrew Bartles, hatter of Tewksbury Township, brother, Frederick Bartles, William H. Bartles, and other family members; and papers of business associates Martin Coryell, Nathaniel Saxton, Alexander Wurts, and others. Subjects include his law practice with Nathaniel Saxton, including cases tried in various Hunterdon, Sussex, and Warren county courts; partnership in Bartles & Vansyckel, a land company; activities with Reading, Fisher & Co. and coal mining in Pennsylvania and Missouri; and affiliation with Flemington Railroad Company, Flemington Water Company, Hunterdon County National Bank, Flemington Presbyterian Church, and Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church, Oldwick, N.J. Persons and corporations represented include Charles Bonnell, James and Thomas Capner, Neal Hart, George Holcombe, William Maxwell, James Parker, Charles Reading, and William H. Sloan; and Delaware and Raritan Canal Company, Flemington Copper Company, Flemington Gas Works, Lehigh Coal and Navigation Company, Philadelphia and New Jersey Copper Company, New Hope and Delaware Bridge Company, and Warrior Run Mining Co. Named Person: Bonnell, Charles. Capner, Thomas, d. 1832. Capner, James. Hart, Neal, d. 1838. Holcombe, George, 1786-1828. Maxwell, William, d. 1828. Parker, James, 1776-1868. Sloan, William H., fl. 1821-1833. Reading, Charles. Named Corp: Delaware and Raritan Canal Company (N.J.) Lehigh Coal and Navigation Company. Flemington Gas Works. Flemington Copper Company. Code NUCMC MS6

Philadelphia and New Jersey Copper Company. General Info: Card file in the repository./ Donated by the estate of Mrs. Elizabeth Bartles Hawke; Mrs. Elizabeth Hawke Tuttle, Oyster Bay, N.Y., executrix./ Occupation: Lawyers/ New Jersey/ Flemington./ Businessmen/ New Jersey/ Flemington./ Hatters/ New Jersey/ Tewksbury. OCLC: 32819506 "Account Book" Etienne Dutilh 1785-1803 1804 Location US,DE Library WINTERTHUR MUS, GARDEN & LIBR Action Note: Actions: Accessioned Date: 04/--/81 Abstract: As well, the colleciton contains an account book with entries having to do with the import-export business, particularly insurance covering goods shipped to and from Jamaica. Duties, notes receivable and payable, payments for portages and pilotages, and the purchase of stock in the Union Insurance Co. are also noted. A number of the entries pertain to house hold expenses and resulting transactions with the Bank of the United States. Checks recorded often mention Mrs. Dutilh. The paper is watermarked with a sheaf of wheat within a circle, representing the firm of John Matthews. A collection of bills, sight drafts, legal documents, shipping documents, and an account book relating to Etienne Dutilh. Most of the papers are business related, but some of the bills are for personal expenses. Included in the collection is a set of documents filing a claim for damages caused by a French privateer which had captured a ship carrying cargo for Dutilh. Items purchased include textile fabrics, trunks, Venetian carpeting, a floor cloth, lamp oil, sugar, napkins, candlesticks, and knife cases. He also paid for such services as having wallpaper hung, having towels and table cloths bleached, and having a silver socket seal made. A bill from Thomas Watson contained charges for tutoring Henry Stevens and for ink, pens, maps, and a copying book. One bill was for carving work done on a brig, including a female figurehead, brackets, taffrail, trailboards, and other parts. Shipping documents include lists of cargo. Note(s): Name and occupation index to the account book is available at this repository./ Account book bound with marbled paper; ink charring. Some items are laminated. One item is mounted./ Bio/History: Etienne Dutilh was a merchant. He came to Philadelphia, Pa. in 1783 after having been a merchant in Rotterdam and London. By 1784, the firm E. Dutilh & Co. was established and active in trade with the West Indies and ports throughout Europe. In 1790, the firm became Dutilh & Wachsmith, with John Godfried Wachsmuth as the partner. Dutilh seems also to have been in business with a Mr. Soulrer. Near the end of the century, Dutilh anglicized his name to Stephen, perhaps when he became an American citizen. Dutilh remained active as a merchant until his death in 1810. His widow married Wachsmuth and raised three sons in Germantown, Pa. General Info: Associated materials: Additional Etienne Dutilh materials may be found in the Aubrey C. Land collection at the University of Maryland./ Additional documents relating to both Dutihl and Wachsmuth are located in Col. 69 in this repository. A finding aid to that collection is available./ Occupation: Merchants. Code DLH

Named Person: Matthews, John, papermaker. Wachsmuth, John Godfried. Named Corp: Delaware Insurance Company. Union Insurance Company. Eliza (Schooner) Young Charles (Schooner) Dutilh & Wachsmuth Geographic: Jamaica -- Commerce -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia. Philadelphia (Pa.) -- Commerce -- Jamaica. OCLC: 123478256 "Miss Aretha, put." [Account Book] Dorcas Montgomery Van Dyke Du Pont 1825-1838 "Its Miss Aretha." "Miss Alice, put." "Your Mom." Perhaps Alice Du Pont. Descriptor: Home economics -- Accounting Abstract: Handwritten recording of household accounts, particularly salaries of those employed by the family. Location US,PA Library WEST CHESTER UNIV Code QWC

Named Person: Du Pont, Dorcas Montgomery Van Dyke. Du Pont, Charles I. (Charles Irénée), 1797-1869 -- Wives. Du Pont family. Note(s): Bio/History: Madian name was Dorcas Montgomery Van Dyke, daughter of Nicholas Van Dyke. She married Charles Irénée du Pont in 1824 OCLC: 85784272

"Papers: Subseries A-E" Grace A Johnson 1840-1952 In: (CStRLIN)MHVW93-A41 Action Note: Materials: Papers. Actions: Reprocessed (FI) Date: 01/--/91 Agent: Kraft, Katherine Materials: Papers. Actions: Microfilmed Date: 1991 Agent: University Publications of America Abstract: Subseries A-E (Personal and biographical; Courses taught, lectures, writings, and speeches; Correspondence; Suffrage and women's political participation; and Prohibition) of the Grace Johnson Papers in the Woman's Rights Collection include reminiscences; lectures with accompanying notes and outlines for classes; speeches; correspondence; and notes, reports, publications, etc. concerning her work for suffrage, women's rights, and prohibition. Named Person: Abrams, Kate Trenholm. Adams, Marian Stanwood. Addams, Jane, 1860-1935. Allen, Mary Ware. Ames, Blanche.

Ames, Herbert Brown, Sir, 1863-1954. Andrews, Fannie Fern, 1867-1950. Armstrong, Irene. Baker, Newton Diehl, 1871-1937. Bates, Katharine Lee, 1859-1929. Beach, Liselotte. Beale, Joseph Henry, 1861-1943. Belden, Charles Francis Dorr, 1870-1931. Bénézet, Louis Paul, 1878-1961. Biggerstaff, Knight, 1906Bird, Anna Child, 1856-1942. Birdsall, Clara E. Birtwell, Mary L. Blackwell, Alice Stone, 1857-1950. Blakeslee, George Hubbard, 1871-1954. Brandeis, Louis Dembitz, 1856-1941. Brewer, John M. (John Marks), 1877-1950. Capper, Arthur, 1865-1951. Carpenter, Alice, 1875Catt, Carrie Chapman, 1859-1947. Choate, Robert Burnett, 1898-1963. Clinchy, Everett R. (Everett Ross), 1896Comstock, Ada Louise. Comstock, Alexander Barr, 1886-1956. Cox, Floyd B. Crocker, Courtenay. Cronkhite, Bernice Brown, 1893Curtis, Francis G. De Mille, William C. (William Churchill), 1878-1955. Dennett, Mary Ware, 1872-1947. Dewson, Molly, 1874-1962. Duncan, Robert F. du Pont, Zara. Eichelberger, Clark M. (Clark Mell), 1986-1980. Eliot, Charles William, 1834-1926. Eliot, Samuel Atkins, 1862-1950. Elliott, Martha Helen. Fassett, Edith. Fenn, Roger C. Fisher, Dorothy Canfield, 1879-1958. Fisher, Irving, 1867-1947. Fisk, Amelia Worthington, 1890-1975. Forbes, Rose Dabney, 1864-1947. Fuller, Alvan Tufts, 1878-1958. Garrity, Helen B. Gorham, Kate Foster, 1860Gurney, Claire Hubbard, 1861Haertlein, Albert, 1895-1960. Halladay, Ethel Lorenz. Hansl, Eva Elise vom Baur, 1889-1978. Hauser, Elizabeth J., 1873Hearne, Julian G., 1904Hearne, Lydia. Henderson, Christine L. Hobbs, Conrad.

Hodder, Jessie Donaldson, 1867-1931. Holmes, Alice Marion. Holt, Hamilton, 1972-1951. Hoover, Herbert, 1874-1964. Hopkins, Marguerite S. Hsieh, Tehyi. Hudson, Manley Ottmer, 1886Hulbert, Winifred. Johnson, Alice Williams, 1870Johnson, Grace A., 1871-1952. Johnson, Lewis Jerome, 1867Kalijarvi, Thorsten V. (Thorsten Valentine), 1897Kallen, Horace Meyer, 1882-1974. Kitchelt, Florence Ledyard Cross, 1974-1961. Lape, Esther Everett. Lawrence, David. Leonard, Gertrude Halladay, 1868-1919. Lewis, David J. (David John), 1869-1952. Lippmann, Walter, 1889-1974. Lodge, Henry Cabot, 1902-1985. Lodge, Henry Cabot, 1850-1924. Lowell, Lucy. Named Corp: American Association for International Conciliation. American Woman's Republic. Anti-Mosquito Association of Massachusetts. Boston Equal Suffrage Association for Good Government. Boston University. Cambridge Political Equality Association. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. College Equal Suffrage League of Boston (Mass.) Committee on Militarism in Education (U.S.) Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage (U.S.) Foreign Policy Association. Framingham (Mass.) Equal Suffrage League. Garland School of Homemaking (Boston, Mass.) Harvard University. Dept. of Engineering Sciences and Applied Physics -Faculty. International Council of Women. Jessie Woodrow Sayre Scholarship Foundation. League of Nations Association (U.S.) League of Nations. League of Nations Association. Massachusetts. League of Nations Society in Canada. League of Nations Union. League of Women Voters of Boston. League of Women Voters of Massachusetts. League of Women Voters of Cambridge. Note(s): Collection has been published on microfilm/ by University Publications of America, Bethesda, Md./ Collection is available on microfilm (M-133, reels D920, 35 mm.)/ at the Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe College./ Bio/History: Educator, suffragist, civic reformer, and internationalist, Johnson lectured and wrote on a wide range of issues including suffrage, the status of women, prohibition, aspects of democracy and government structure, international cooperation, and public speaking techniques.

General Info: Originals closed; use microfilm./ Unpublished finding aid;/ most Schlesinger Library finding aids are also available in the National Inventory of Documentary Sources in the United States (Chadwyck-Healey, 1984- )./ Published guide to microfilm edition available at the Schlesinger Library and from University Publications of America, Bethesda, Md./ Gift of Maud Wood Park et al., 1943./ Forms part of the Grace Allen Johnson Papers (Woman's Rights Collection). Preferred citation: Grace Allen Johnson Papers (Woman's Rights Collection). Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe College. OCLC: 232008722 P.S. du Pont photograph collection. E Bucher; Arthur Garrett; John Singer Sargent; Sorine 1653-1953 Visual Material : Picture 38 photographic prints : b&w ; ca. 16 x 20 in. 210 photographic prints : b&w ; 11 x 14 in. or smaller. 1 photographic print : b&w ; 16 x 75 cm. 1 photographic print : b&w ; 20 x 66.5 cm. 84 prints : engravings ; 37 x 27.5 cm. and smaller. 1 print : lithograph ; 31.5 x 44.5 cm Location Library US,DE HAGLEY MUS & LIBR Code DEH

Author(s): Bucher, E., ; photographer. Garrett, Arthur, ; artist. Sargent, John Singer, ; artist. Sorine, ; artist. Corp Author(s): Brooks Studio. ; Ellis Studio. Abstract: The photographic collections of P.S. du Pont are divided into two accessions. The larger collection, Pictorial Collections Accession 69.2, contains materials which were processed from Pierre du Pont's possessions from the du Pont home at Longwood Gardens. Several years later five smaller collections were accessioned from additional Longwood manuscript materials. These are numbered 72.362-72.366 and are divided as follows: .362 portraits of P.S. du Pont and du Pont family members; .363 portraits of P.S. du Pont's friends, colleagues and a group of engravings of famous 17th, 18th and 19th century individuals; .364 views of Longwood Gardens, Kennett Square, Pa.; .365 E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company photographs of management, offices and buildings, and the 1909 Du Pont baseball team; .366 miscellaneous domestic and foreign subjects including Chateau d'Andelot in France. Named Person: Ahuja, Elias, 1863-1951. Albertus, Magnus, Saint, 1193?-1280. Bauduy, Peter, 1769-1833. Beck, Paul, 1760?-1844. Belin, Henry Hedrick, 1804-1891. Belin, Margaretta Lammot, 1846-1927. Berthollet, Claude-Louis, 1748-1822. Berzelius, Jöns Jakob, friherre, 1779-1848. Bidermann, Gabrielle Camille Bègue, 1824-1905. Bissell, Josephine. Boyle, Robert, 1627-1691. Brown, H. Fletcher (Harry Fletcher), 1867-1944. Bunsen, R. (Robert), 1811-1899.

Carpenter, R. R. M. (Robert Ruliph Morgan), 1877-1949. Carpenter, W. Samuel (Walter Samuel), 1915-1973. Chaptal, Jean-Antoine-Claude, comte de Chanteloup, 1756-1832. Clay, Henry, 1777-1852. Coyne, William, 1866-1933. Coligny family. Coligny, Gaspard de, seigneur de Châtillon, 1519-1572. Coligny, Gaspard de, comte de Châtillon, 1584-1646. Connable, Frank L. (Frank Lee), 1871-1947 -- Homes and haunts. Coolidge, Calvin, 1872-1933. Arcet, Jean d', 1725-1801. Davy, Humphry, Sir, 1778-1829. Du Pont de Nemours, Pierre Samuel, 1739-1817. Du Pont family. Du Pont, Alice Belin, 1872-1944. Du Pont, B. G. (Bessie Gardner), 1864-1949 -- Homes and haunts. Du Pont, Henry Francis, 1880-1969. Du Pont, Irénée, 1876-1963. Du Pont, Pierre S. (Pierre Samuel), 1870-1954. Du Pont, Pierre S. (Pierre Samuel), 1870-1954 -- Friends and associates. Du Pont, Pierre S. (Pierre Samuel), 1870-1954 -- Homes and haunts. Du Pont, Pierre S. (Pierre Samuel), 1870-1954 -- Portraits. Du Pont, Samuel Francis, 1803-1865. Du Pont, T. Coleman (Thomas Coleman), 1863-1930 -- Homes and haunts. Du Pont, Victor, 1852-1911. Faraday, Michael, 1791-1867. Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790. Greenewalt, Crawford H., 1902-1993. Haskell, Harry G. (Harry Garner), 1870-1951. Lavoisier, Antoine Laurent, 1743-1794. Liebig, Justus, Freiherr von, 1803-1873. Mason, Lewes. Newton, Isaac, Sir, 1642-1727. Nollet, abbé (Jean Antoine), 1700-1770. Penn, William, 1644-1718. Pickard, Frederick W. (Frederick William), 1871-1952. Priestley, Joseph, 1733-1804. Proust, Louis, 1754-1826. Raskob, John J. (John Jakob), 1879-1950. Revere, Paul, 1735-1818. Rumford, Benjamin Thompson, Sir, Count, 1753-1814. Rush, Benjamin, 1745-1813. Sloan, Alfred P. (Alfred Pritchard), 1875-1966. Smith, Alfred Emanuel, 1873-1944. Taylor, Bayard, 1825-1878. Turgot, Anne-Robert-Jacques, baron de l'Aulne, 1727-1781. Named Corp: Chevannes (Greenville, Del. : Dwelling) Christ Church Christiana Hundred (Greenville, Del.) E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company -- Buildings. E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company -- Management. Empire State Building (New York, N.Y.) Goodstay (Wilmington, Del. : Dwelling) Hahnemann Hospital (Scranton, Pa.) Harrison Works. Nemours (Greenville, Del. : Dwelling)

P.S. du Pont School (Wilmington, Del.) -- 1920-1930. Pennsylvania Railroad. -- Management -- 1950-1960. Red Cross (Wilmington, Del) -- Management -- 1910-1920. General Info: No restrictions on access./ Reproduction permitted. Organization: Collection is organized in five different accession numbers: 72.362-72.266. Each accession has its own box list. Associated materials: Hagley Museum and Library, Pictorial Collections Dept./ Pictorial Accession 69.2, P.S. du Pont collection./ Box list in Pictorial Collections. OCLC: 84457383 [Photograph of women in various national costumes.] 1898 No Linguistic Content Visual Material : Picture 1 photographic print : b&w ; visible image 12 x 16 in., in frame 17.5 x 22 in. The photograph is a studio portrait of a group of 15 women in various national costumes. The names of the women are written on the mat below the photograph. They are Julia Maull, Natalie Wilson, Ellen Lammotte, Isabel Wales, Virginia Cooper, Marguerite Garland, Mary du Pont, Ebbie Smith, Elsie Swift, Emma Swift, Irene du Pont, Helen Massey, Louisa du Pont, Alice Lea, and Ethel Gause. Location Library US,DE HAGLEY MUS & LIBR Code DEH

Named Person: Crowninshield, Louise du Pont, 1877-1958. Du Pont, Irene S. (Irene Sophie), 1877-1961. Laird, Mary A. B. du Pont (Mary Alletta Belin du Pont), 1878-1938. Du Pont, Natalie Wilson, 1877-1918. Note(s): Bio/History: This photograph was probably taken on October 25, 1898 and presumably shows a group of performers from "The Temple of Fame," a show produced at the Grand Opera House in Wilmington, Delaware for the benefit of the Delaware Hospital. See issues of The Every Evening, Wilmington, Delaware from October 25 and 26, 1898 for descriptions of the event. (Copies available in PC Department case file for ACC 2005.277.) OCLC: 123468122

P.S. du Pont Longwood photograph collection.
A P Beecher; Mathew B Brady; William H Curry; A N Sanborn; J E Torbert; E Webb "Mr. Rob, put." 1861-1954 No Linguistic Content Visual Material : Picture ca. 2,000 items (photographic prints, negatives, and albums) : b&w and col. ; various sizes predominately 8 x 10 in. or smaller. 372 glass plates negatives : b&w ; 4 x 5 in. 52 glass plates negatives : b&w ; 5 x 7 in. 62 glass plates negatives : b&w ; 8 x 10 in. 43 transparencies : autochromes ; 5 x 7 in. 5 albums (329 photographic prints) Abstract: The collection is divided as follows: a) individual people's photographs which include du Pont, his family and friends, associates b) group photos of du Pont family groups and others c) photographs of places which include travel views, Delaware scenes, gardens and du Pont Company plants d) the creation and expansion of Longwood Gardens and its community musical theater troup, the Brandywiners. Photographs of individuals and family groups are alphabetically arranged. Photographs of individual

places are also alphabetically arranged (beginning with Angelica, New York, an early home of Victor du Pont, and ending with stereographs of Yellowstone National Park). Photographs of Longwood Gardens are arranged chronologically. They start with a few 19th views of the property when it was the property of the Peirce family who owned it through the legacy of a William Penn land grant and continue through its intensive development under the direction of du Pont who gave personal attention to building fountains, conservatories, and a popular outdoor theater. The Longwood pictures start with the a few 19th views of the property when it was the property of the Peirce family who owned it through the legacy of a William Penn land grant and continue through its intensive growth under the direction of du Pont who gave personal attention to building fountains, conservatories, and a popular outdoor theater. There are 4x5 glass and film negatives taken by Pierre du Pont himself. Many of these are from his youth, for example, the 65 negatives taken at Phillips Academy where his brother was a student. These boxes of negatives contain many unlabeled or vaguely labeled items. There are boxes of 5x7 inch glass negatives which include 43 autochromes. Most of the subjects are Longwood Gardens. There are boxes of 8x10 inch glass negatives documenting the construction of the Du Pont Building in Wilmington, Delaware, between 1905 and 1906. There are twelve rolls of motion picture films for the Edison Home Kinetoscope. The next group of photographs are of identified individual people and groups (many are du Pont family members) which are arranged alphabetically. There are mounted prints of Great Britain and Continental Europe, the World's Columbian Exposition, and Mission San Juan Bautista. There are more negatives: glass negatives of Longwood Gardens and unprinted nitrate negatives taken by Pierre du Pont at the World's Columbian Exposition. There are albums of cartes de visite of which many of the subjects are identified and also an album once in the possession of Henry Algernon du Pont containing Civil War-era military officers (predominantly physicians) and military scenes. Oversize items include a humorous cartoon parodying du Pont family ownership of businesses in Wilmington, Del.; Italian scenic photographs by Ediz. Bosetti; some panoramas including the Third Conference of the Women's Organization for National Prohibition Reform in Washington, the Longwood Fire Company, and the Pennsylvania State Highway Patrol at Longwood Gardens. Location Library US,DE HAGLEY MUS & LIBR Code DEH

Author(s): Beecher, A. P., ; photographer. Brady, Mathew B.,; 1823 (ca.)-1896, ; photographer. Curry, William H., ; photographer. Sanborn, A. N., ; photographer. Torbert, J. E., ; photographer. Webb, E., ; photographer. Corp Author(s): E. & M. Garrett, ; photographer.; M. & W. Garrett, ; photographer. Named Person: Belin family. Carpenter family. D'Andelot family -- Homes and haunts. Du Pont family. Lammot family. Peirce family. Sharp family. Broom, Jacob, 1752-1810 -- Homes and haunts. Chandler, Theophilus P. (Theophilus Parsons), 1845-1928. Chénier, André, 1762-1794.

Du Pont, Alexis I. (Alexis Irénée), 1816-1857 -- Homes and haunts. Du Pont, Alice Belin, 1872-1944. Du Pont, Lammot, 1831-1884 -- Homes and haunts. Du Pont de Nemours, Pierre Samuel, 1739-1817. Du Pont, Pierre S. (Pierre Samuel), 1870-1954. Du Pont, Pierre S. (Pierre Samuel), 1870-1954 -- Friends and associates. Du Pont, Pierre S. (Pierre Samuel), 1870-1954 -- Homes and haunts. Du Pont, Pierre S. (Pierre Samuel), 1870-1954 -- Journeys. Du Pont, Samuel Francis, 1803-1865. Du Pont, Samuel Hallock, 1901-1974 -- Homes and haunts. Du Pont, Victor, 1767-1827 -- Homes and haunts. Foster, Antoine Lentilhon, 1847-1928 -- Homes and haunts. Gentieu, Pierre, 1842-1930. Hudson, Maxim, 1853-1927. Lavoisier, Antoine Laurent, 1743-1794. Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865 -- Portraits. Raskob, John J. (John Jakob), 1879-1950. Raskob, John J. (John Jakob), 1879-1950 -- Homes and haunts. Roberts, Percival -- Homes and haunts. Sharp, H. Rodney (Hugh Rodney), 1880-1968 -- Homes and haunts. Smith, Alfred Emanuel, 1873-1944. Sousa, John Philip, 1854-1932. Sunday, Billy, 1862-1935. Taylor, Bayard, 1825-1878. Taylor, Bayard, 1825-1878 -- Homes and haunts. Named Corp: Anvil Tavern. Red Lion Inn. American Red Cross. Bon Sejour (Bayonne, N.J. : Dwelling) Nemours (Greenville, Del. : Dwelling) Pelleport (Wilmington, Del. : Dwelling) Du Pont Building (Wilmington, Del.) E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company -- Anniversaries, etc. E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company -- Buildings. E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company. Carney's Point Works. E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company -- Employees. E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company. Hagley Yard. E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company. Lower Yard. E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company. Upper Yard. General Motors Corporation -- Management. Goshen Iron Company. Hazard Powder Company. Jessup & Moore. Lewis & Valentine Company. Longwood Farm (Kennett Square, Pa.) Longwood Gardens, Inc. Moosic Powder Company. New Jersey Lime Products Corp. Goodstay (Wilmington, Del. : Dwelling) Hagley (Greenville, Del. : Dwelling) St. Amour (Wilmington, Del. : Dwelling) Sulgrave Manor (Sulgrave, England) Upper Louviers (Rockland, Del. : Dwelling) Winterthur (Winterthur, Del. : Dwelling) Delaware. Liquor Commission.

Delaware State University (Dover, Del.) Bryn Mawr College. Lincoln University. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Phillips Academy. Saint Paul's School (Concord, N.H.) Wilmington High School (Wilmington, Del.) Christ Church Christiana Hundred (Greenville, Del.) Friends Meeting House -- Pennsylvania -- Kennett Square. Friends Meeting House -- Pennsylvania -- London Grove. Friends Meeting House -- Pennsylvania -- Longwood. Chester County Hospital (West Chester, Pa.) Union Volunteer Refreshment Saloon and Hospital (Philadelphia, Pa.) -- 1861. Tancopanican Orchestra. United States Marine Band -- 1920-1930. Walker's Mill (Newbridge, Del.) H.A. Weldy & Company. Women's Organization for National Prohibition Reform. Named Conf: World's Columbian Exposition (1893 : Chicago, Ill.) Abstract: The personal correspondence relates to both personal and business matters. Prior to E. I. du Pont's arrival in America in 1800 it includes letters concerning the career of his father and brother. After 1800, much of it concerns the founding and operation of the powder mills on the Brandywine. There are references to French and American politics, as well as to Thomas Jefferson's criticism of Napoleon in 1812, and the visit of Lafayette to the United States in 1824. The personal papers contain household accounts, bills and receipts, and promissory notes. Also included are writings and memoirs (1771-1830). E. I. du Pont's writings include: 1) Botanical notes (1804); 2) Memorandum of E.I. du Pont entitled, "Etat des citoyens employés à l'imprimerie du C. du Pont pour les assignats de 10 sous" (1792?) listing names and addresses of employees; 3) Memorandum concerning crops and livestock; 4) Copy made by E. I. du Pont while a student of Jean Joseph Rousseau, "Lettres élémentaries sur la botanique à Madame de Luxembourg" (c.1785). The papers of Madame du Pont consist for the most part of family correspondence. The papers relating to E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company (1802-1850) contain correspondence with customers, including representatives of the U.S. Navy, the Bureau of Ordnance, and the Frankford, Washington and Harpers Ferry arsenals. These letters discuss experiments with saltpeter and other raw materials, formulas for gunpowder manufacture, and safety concerns. Other files document company finances, efforts to raise capital, relationships with foreign producers, and experiments with turbines by Alfred V. du Pont and Ellwood Morris. "Papers" Eleuthere Irenee Du Pont 1771-1922 Location Library US,DE HAGLEY MUS & LIBR Code DEH

In: Winterthur Manuscripts Named Person: Adams, John Quincy, 1767-1848. Bauduy, Peter, 1769-1833. Benét, S. V. (Stephen Vincent), 1827-1895. Bidermann, James Antoine, 1790-1865.

Bomford, George, 1782-1848. Brongniart, Alexandre, 1770-1847. Broom, Jacob, 1752-1810. Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839. Cazenove, Anthony Charles, 1775-1852. Cazenove, Louis A. (Louis Albert), 1807-1852. Chauncey, Isaac, 1772-1840. Clay, Henry, 1777-1852. Condorcet, Jean-Antoine-Nicolas de Caritat, marquis de, 1743-1794. Du Planty, Raphael Defrédot, 1776-1854. Du Pont, Alfred Victor, 1798-1856. Du Pont, Charles I. (Charles Irénée), 1797-1869. Du Pont, Eleuthère Irénée, 1771-1834. Du Pont, Henry, 1812-1889. Du Pont, Lammot, 1831-1884. Du Pont, Sophie (Dalmas), 1775-1828. Du Pont, Victor, 1767-1827. Du Pont de Nemours, Pierre Samuel, 1739-1817. Gallatin, Albert, 1761-1849. Girard, Anthony. Gratiot, Charles, 1786-1855. Harmand, Philippe Nicolas. Irvine, Callender, 1775-1841. Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826. Lafayette, Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert Du Motier, marquis de, 17571834. Lavoisier, Antoine Laurent, 1743-1794. Livingston, Edward, 1764-1836. McCall, Archibald, 1727-1799. McLane, Louis, 1786-1857. Mordecai, Alfred, 1804-1887. Morris, Ellwood, 1813?-1872. Peale, Rembrandt, 1778-1860. Poussin, Guillaume Tell, 1794-1876. Rodgers, John, 1812-1882. Talleyrand-Périgord, Charles Maurice de, prince de Bénévent, 1754-1838. Thayer, Sylvanus, 1785-1872. Tousard, Louis de, 1749-1817. Young, William, 1755-1829. Named Corp: A. Cardon & Company. California Powder Works. Du Pont de Nemours, Père et Fils & Cie. E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company. United States. Army. Ordnance Dept. United States. Navy. Geographic: Delaware -- Powder mills. France -- History -- Consulate and First Empire, 1799-1815. Frankford Arsenal (Pa.). Harpers Ferry Arsenal (W. Va.). Note(s): Bio/History: Eleuthère Irénée du Pont (1771-1834), son of Pierre Samuel du Pont de Nemours, was born in Paris. He was educated at the Collège Royal and in 1789 began an apprenticeship in the manufacture of black powder. He worked in the government powder mills at Essonnes under the supervision of Antoine Lavoisier. In 1800 he emigrated to the United States, where he, his

father and brother, Victor du Pont, established the commission house Du Pont de Nemours, Père et Fils & Cie. In 1802 he established a black powder manufactory on the banks of the Brandywine River, just north of Wilmington, Del., and dissolved the New York commission house, which was only marginally profitable. General Info: Forms part of: The Winterthur Manuscripts./ Organization: Series A. Correspondence of E. I. du Pont; Series B. Personal papers of E. I. du Pont; Series C. Papers of Sophie Madeleine Dalmas (Mrs. E. I. du Pont); Series D. Papers of E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company./ Associated materials: Related materials in: Hagley Museum & Library,/ The Longwood Manuscripts, Groups 3 and 5./ Described in, John Beverley Riggs, A GUIDE TO MANUSCRIPTS IN THE ELEUTHERIAN MILLS HISTORICAL LIBRARY, ACCESSIONS THROUGH THE YEAR 1965 (Greenville, Del.: Eleutherian Mills Historical Library, 1970).

booklist part 1b-Investment analysis
"Investment analysis files ("D-H"), (bulk 1931-1954)" Wilmington Trust Company. Trust Dept 1909-1958 OCLC: 122503473 Named Corp: Dallas (Tex.) -- Bonds. Dayton Power and Light Company. Deep Rock Oil Corporation. Deere & Co. Delane Brown, Inc. Delaware -- Bonds. Delaware County National Bank (Chester, Pa.). Delaware Electric Power Company. Delaware Floor Products Company. Delaware Mortgage Company. Delaware Power & Light Company. Delaware Rayon Company. Delaware River Port Authority. Delaware Steeplechase and Race Association. Delmarva Brewing Company. Deltex Royalty Company, Inc. Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad Company. Detroit, Caro and Sandusky Railroad Company. Detroit City Gas Company. Detroit Edison Company. Detroit Trust Company. Diamond Ice & Coal Company. Diamond Match Company. Diamond State Brewery, Inc. Diamond T Motor Car Company. Discount & Credit Corporation. Distillers Corporation-Seagrams Limited. Douglas Aircraft Company, Inc. Dow Chemical Company. Duke Power Company. Dun & Bradstreet, inc. Duquesne Light Company.

Dutch Village, Inc. E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company. East Liberty Properties Corporation. Eastern Air Lines, Inc. Eastern Industries, Incorporated. Eastman Kodak Company. Eaton Manufacturing Company. Edge Moor Iron Company. El Paso Electric Company. El Paso Natural Gas Company. Electric Auto-Lite Company. Electric Bond and Share Company. Electric Hose & Rubber Company. Electric Storage Battery Company. Elizabeth City Cotton Mills. Endicott Johnson Corporation. Equitable Office Building Corporation. Equitable Security Trust Company (Wilmington, Del.). Erie Railroad Company. Everett Improvement Company. F.W. Woolworth Company. Fairchild Camera and Instrument Corporation. Farmers and Mechanics National Bank (Red Lion, Pa.). Fast Baking Company. Federal Water Services Corporation. Federated Department Stores. Fibre Can Machinery Corporation. Fidelity Assurance Association (Wheelling, W. Va.). Fidelity-Phenix Fire Insurance Company. Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Company. Fifth Avenue & 28th Street Realty Company, Inc. (New York, N.Y.). Firestone Tire and Rubber Company. First Federal Savings & Loan Association (Burlington, N.C.). First National Bank of Atlanta. First National Bank (Scranton, Pa.). First National Stores, Inc. Florida Power & Light Company. Florsheim Shoe Company. Food Fair Stores, Inc. Food Machinery and Chemical Corporation. Fort Dodge, Des Moines & Southern Railway Company. Fort Worth (Tex.) -- Bonds. Forty Exchange Place Corporation (New York, N.Y.). Forty Wall Street Building, Inc. (New York, N.Y.). Forty-Two Broadway Building (New York, N.Y.). Four Hundred Madison Avenue Corporation (New York, N.Y.). Franklin Fire Insurance Company of Philadelphia. Frozen Food Lockers, Inc. Fruehauf Trailer Company. G.C. Murphy Company. G.O. Carlson, Inc. Garden Court Plaza (Philadelphia, Pa.). Gardner-Denver Company. Garrett, Miller & Company. General American Oil Company of Texas.

General American Transportation Corporation. General Cigar Company (Philadelphia, Pa.). General Electric Company. General Foods Corporation. General Motors Acceptance Corporation. General Motors Corporation. General Motors Securities Company. General Public Utilities Company. General Railway Signal Company. General Realty & Utilities Corporation. General Refractories Company. General Steel Casting Corporation. General Telephone Corporation. Georgia Power Company. Germany (West) -- Bonds. Girard Trust Corn Exchange Bank, Philadelphia. Glenn L. Martin Company. GM Shares, Inc. Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company. Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company Building. Great Northern Railway Company (U.S.). Greenville (Miss.) -- Bonds. Greyhound Corporation. Guaranty Trust Company of New York. Gulf Oil Corporation. Gulf States Utilities Company. Gulf Stream Bath & Tennis Company, Inc. Gustin-Bacon Manufacturing Company. H.C. Wainwright & Co. H.M. Byllesby and Company. Hadley Falls Trust Company (Holyoke, Mass.). Hammermill Paper Company. Harper & Brothers. Hartford Electric Light Company. Harvey Kenyon, Inc. Hazel-Atlas Glass Company. Hershey Chocolate Corporation. Hialeah Race Course, Inc. Holland Furnace Company. Houdaille-Hershey Corporation. Household Finance Corporation. Houston Lighting & Power Company. Hudson and Manhattan Railroad Company. Humble Oil and Refining Company (Incorporated in Tex.). Huntsville Ice and Coal Company. "They are forced to call them bad, yes." "The named corp. list." I got to Here

"Investment analysis files ("A"), (bulk 1931-1954)." Wilmington Trust Company. Trust Dept. OCLC: 86134237 US,DE HAGLEY MUS & LIBR DEH

Named Corp: A.M. Byers Company. Abbott Laboratories. Adams Express Company. Adams-Millis Corporation. Addressograph-Multigraph Corporation. Aetna Life Insurance Company (Hartford , Conn.). Air Reduction Company. Akron, Canton & Youngstown Railroad Company. Alabama Power Company. Alan Wood Steel Company. Alexander Smith, Inc. All American Aviation, Inc. Alleghany Corporation. Allegheny County (Pa.) -- Bonds. Allen Industries, Inc. Allerton Properties Corporation. Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation. Allied Mills, Inc. Allied Stores Corporation. Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. Aluminium Limited. Aluminum Company of America. Amerex Holding Corporation. American Airlines, inc. American and Foreign Power Company, Inc. American Automobile Insurance Company. American Bakeries Company. American Box Board Company. American Brake Shoe Company. American Broadcasting--Paramount Theatres, Inc. American Business Shares. American Can Company. American Car and Foundry Company. American Cyanamid Company. American Fuel & Power Company. American Furniture Mart Building Corporation. American General Corporation. American Gas and Electric Company. American Hardware Corporation. American-Hawaiian Steamship Company. American International Corporation. American Light & Traction Company. American Locomotive Company. American Manganese Bronze Company. American-Marietta Company. American Meter Company. American Natural Gas Company. American Paper Exports, Inc. American Piano Corporation. American Power & Light Company. American Radiator and Standard Sanitary Corporation. American Reinsurance Group. American Smelting and Refining Company. American Snuff Company. American Steel Foundries.

American Stores Company. American Sugar Refining Company. American Surety Company of New York. American Telephone and Telegraph Company. American Tobacco Company. American Viscose Corporation. American Water Works and Electric Company, Inc. Amesite Corporation. Anaconda Copper Mining Company. Andale Company. Anderson, Clayton & Company. Angus Park Woolen Company, Inc. A-NY & B-NY Realizing Corporation. Appalachian Electric Power Company. Aquaterra Company. Argentina Bonds. Argus Corporation Limited. Arizona Edison Company. Arkansas -- Bonds. Arkansas Natural Gas Corporation. Arkansas River Oil & Gas Company. Arlington Mills. Armour and Company. Armstrong Cork Company. Artesian Water Company. Asheville (N.C.) -- Bonds. Associated Development & Research Corporation. Associated Electric Company. Associated Gas and Electric Company. Associated Gas and Electric Corporation. Associates Investment Company. Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Company. Atlanta Trust Company. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Atlantic Refining Company. Atlas Corporation. Atlas Powder Company. Autocar Company. Automatic Nut Company. Auxilliary Training Base, Inc. "Bad, put." Note(s): Bio/History: The Wilmington Trust Company was incorporated on March 2, 1901, as the Delaware Guarantee & Trust Company. It assumed its current name upon formal organization on March 6, 1903, and opened for business in the first unit of the Du Pont Building on July 8, 1903. The company was organized in the interest of T. Coleman and Pierre S. du Pont, who were the first president and vice preident respectively. One of the primary functions of the company was to manage trusts for those branches of the du Pont family, as well as for the Bancrofts and other Wilmington industrialists. After 1946, the company absorbed a number of local banks, giving it a state-wide network of branches, and it became a full-service commercial bank. "Investment analysis files ("C"), (bulk 1931-1954)." Wilmington Trust Company. Trust Dept. 1909-1958 Named Corp: C.I.T. Financial Corporation.

Cario Bridge Company. Calgary & Edmonton Corporation Limited. California -- Bonds. California. Toll Bridge Administration. Campbell Soup Company. Canada -- Bonds. Canada Cement Company, Ltd. Canada Southern Oils, Ltd. Canadian Industries Limited. Canadian National Railways. Canadian Pacific Railway Company. Canal Bank & Trust Company (New Orleans, La.) Cappeau's Inc. Carborundum Company (Niagara Falls, N.Y.) Carnaco Equipment Company. Carnation Company. Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railway Company. Carolina Power and Light Company. Carrier Corporation. Cass County Iron Company. Catalin Corporation of America. Caterpillar Tractor Company. Celanese Corporation of America. Central Gas & Electric Company. Central Illinois Light Company (East Peoria, Ill.) Central Illinois Public Service Company. Central Louisiana Electric Company, Inc. Charles D. Briddel, Inc. Charlotte (N.C.) -- Bonds. Chas. Pfizer & Co. Chase National Bank of the City of New York. Chattanooga (Tenn.) -- Bonds. Chemical Bank and Trust Company (New York, N.Y.) Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Company. Chicago (Ill.) -- Bonds. Chicago and North Western Railway Company. Chicago and Western Indiana Railroad Company. Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Company. Chicago Corporation. Chicago Daily News, Inc. Chicago Great Western Railway Company (1940-1968) Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad Company. Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company. Chicago Postal Building Corporation. Chicago Railways Company. Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad Company (1948-1984) Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway Company. Chicago Union Station Company. Childs Company. Christiana Oil Corporation. Christiana Securities Company. Chrysler Corporation. Cincinnati (Ohio) -- Bonds. Cincinnati & Lake Erie Railroad Company. Cincinnati Gas and Electric Company.

Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Railway Company. Cincinnati Union Terminal Company. Cities Service Company. Citizens Housing Corporation. Citizens Savvings Bank (Wilmington, Del.) Citizens Utilities Company. City Bowling Alleys, Inc. City National Bank & Trust Company of Chicago. Cleveland Electric Illuminating Company. Clifton Oil & Gas Company. Cluett, Peabody & Co. Coastal Caribbean Oils, Inc. Coburn-Hardy Realty Corporation (Norfolk, Va.) Coca-Cola Bottling Plants, Inc. Coca-Cola Company. Colgate Manufacturing Corporation. Colgate-Palmolive-Peet Company. Collins & Aikman Corporation. Colorado and Southern Railway Company. Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc. Columbia Gas & Electric Corporation. Columbia Gas System, inc. Columbia Metal Mines Company. Columbia Oil & Gasoline Corporation. Columbian Carbon Company. Columbian Enameling & Stamping Company, Inc. Columbus and Southern Ohio Electric Company. Columbus Venetian Stevens Buildings. Combustion Engineering, inc. Commercial Chemical Company. Commercial Credit Company. Commonwealth & Southern Corporation. Commonwealth Edison Company. Commonwealth Power Corporation. Community Public Service Company. Compañia Chileana de Tobacos. Compañia Swift Internacional Sociedad Anónima Comercial. Connecticut Light & Power Company. Consolidated Cigar Corporation. Consolidated Edison Company of New York, inc. Consolidated Gas, Electric Light, and Power Company of Baltimore. Consolidated Natural Gas Company. Consolidated Oil Corporation. Consolidation Coal Company. Consumers Power Company. Container Corporation of America. Continental Baking Corporation. Continental Can Company. Continental-Diamond Fibre Company. Continental Foundry & Machine Company. Continental Life Insurance Company. Continental Oil Company. Corn Products Refining Company. Corning Glass Works. Creameries of America, Inc.

Crown Cork & Seal Company. Crown Zellerbach Corporation. Cudahy Packing Company. Cumberland Company. Cup Machine Service Corporation. Curtis Publishing Company. Curtiss-Wright Corporation. Cutler-Hammer Manufacturing Company. "Bad, put." OCLC: 122355362 "Records, (bulk 1931-1954)." Wilmington Trust Company. Trust Dept. 1909-1958 Named Corp: Value Line Investment Survey. Van Raalte Company, Inc. Vassar Company. Vick Chemical Company. Vicksburg Bridge Company. Victor Chemical Works. Virginia-Carolina Chemical Corporation. Virginia Electric and Power Company. Vlchek Tool Company. W.M. Ritter Lumber Company. Wacker-Wabash Corporation (Chicago, Ill.). Waite Amulet Mines, Ltd. Warner Bros. Pictures. Warner Company. Waterbury Buckle Company. Wayne Knitting Mills. Wesson Oil & Snowdrift Company, Inc. West Indies Sugar Corporation. West Kentucky Coal Company. West Penn Electric Company. West Penn Power Company. West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company. Western Maryland Railway Company. Western Pacific Railroad Company. Westinghouse Air Brake Company. Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Westinghouse Electric Corporation. Weyerhaeuser Timber Company. Weatsheaf Lane Corporation. Wheeling Steel Corporation. White Motor Company. Whitehall, Inc. Wilcox Investment Company. William Sellers & Company, Incorporated. Wilmington and Philadelphia Traction Company. Wilmington Medical Arts Building, Inc. Wilmington Paper Box Company. Wilmington Park, Inc. Wilmington Trust Company. Wilmington Suburban Water Company. Wilson & Company, Inc. (New York, N.Y.). Wilson Line Incorporated.

Wisconsin Electric Power Company. Woodmont Corporation. Worthington Pump and Machinery Corporation. Wright-Hargreaves Mines, Limited. Wm. Wrigley Jr. Company. Wyndham, Inc. Yellow Truck and Coach Manufacturing Company. York Railways Company. York Trust Company. Youngstown Sheet and Tube Company. "Bad, put." OCLC: 122370789 "Investment analysis files ("Q-S"), (bulk 1931-1954)." Wilmington Trust Company. Trust Dept. 1909-1958 Named Corp: Quaker Oats Company. Queen Dyeing Company. Quincy Mining Company. R.H. Macy & Company. R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company. Radio Corporation of America. Ranier National Park Company. Reading Company. Real Estate Associates. Realty Operators, Inc. (New Orleans, La.). Realty Realization Corporation. Rehoboth Beach (Del.) -- Bonds. Rehoboth-by-the-Sea Realty Company. Rehoboth Trust Company. Remington Arms Company. Remington Rand Inc. Rental Housing Corporation (Philadelphia, Pa.). Republic Foil and Metal Mills, Inc. Riggs National Bank. Riverside Drive-82nd Street Corporation (New York, N.Y.). Roan Antelope Copper Mines Limited. Roane County Oil Company. Rohm and Haas Company. Royal McBee Corporation. Safeway Stores, Inc. St. Joseph Lead Company. St. Louis Southwestern Railway Company. St. Louis-San Francisco Railway Company. St. Louis Store Properties, Inc. St. Regis Paper Company. San Diego Consolidated Gas & Electric Company. San Diego Gas and Electric Company. San Juan Oil Company. Schenley Industries, Inc. Schramm, Inc. Scott Paper Company. Scranton Lace Company. Seaboard Air Line Railroad Company. Seaboard Air Line Railway Company. Sears, Roebuck and Company.

Security Research Bureau. Security Trust Company (Wilmington, Del.). Selborne Farms, Inc. Selected Industries Incorporated. Sharp & Dohme. Shell Oil Company. Shell Union Oil Corporation. Sherritt Gordon Mines Limited. Sherwin-Williams Company. Signode Steel Strapping Company. Simplex Valve & Meter Company. Sinclair Oil Corporation. 6th Avenue & 55th Street Corporation (New York, N.Y.). 61 Broadway Building (New York, N.Y.). Skelly Oil Company. Socony-Vacuum Oil Company. Southdown Sugars, Inc. Southeastern Greyhound Lines. Southern California Edison Company. Southern California Gas Company. Southern Company. Southern Natural Gas Company. Southern Pacific Company. Southern Railway Company. Southwestern Bell Telephone Company. Sperry Corporation. Springfield Chain Store Terminals, Inc. Square D Company. Standard and Poor's Corporation. Standard Brands Incorporated. Standard Gas and Electric Company. Standard Oil Company (Incorporated in Kentucky). Standard Oil Company (Indiana). Standard Oil Company (New Jersey). Standard Oil Company (Ohio). Standard Oil Company of California. Standard Oil Development Company. Stanley Warner Corporation. Starrett Corporation. State Street Investment Corporation. State Title & Mortgage Company. Sterling Drug, Inc. Stevens Hotel Company. Stevens Hotel Corporation. Stewart-Warner Corporation. Studebaker Corporation. Summit Land Company. Sun Oil Company. Superheater Company. Swift & Company. "Bad, put." OCLC: 122370795 "Investment analysis files ("I-M"), (bulk 1931-1954)." Wilmington Trust Company. Trust Dept. 1909-1958

Named Corp: Idaho Birthday Mines Company. Idaho Power Company. Illinois Central Railroad Company. Illinois Power & Light Corporation. Imperial Chemical Industries, ltd. Imperial Oil Limited. Imperial Tobacco Company of Canada, Ltd. Indianapolis Power & Light Company. Industrial Office Building Company (Newark, N.J.). Industrial Rayon Corporation. Industrial Trust Company (Wilmington, Del.). Inland Steel Company. Insurance Company of North America. Interborough Rapid Transit Company. International Business Machines Corporation. International Harvester Company. International Hydro-Electric System. International Nickel Company of Canada. International Paper Company. International Power Securities Corporation. International Securities Corporation of America. International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation. Irvington Ice & Coal Company. J.C. Penney Co. J.D. Adams Manufacturing Company, Inc. J.I. Case Company. J.T. & L.E. Eliason, Inc. Jacksonville Gas Corporation. Jas. T. Mullin & Sons, Inc. Jefferson Realty & Building Company. John T. Feeney, Inc. Johns-Manville Corporation. Joseph Bancroft & Sons Company. Kansas Power and Light Company. Kelley Island Lime and Transport Company. Kenrock Coal Company. Koninklijke Nederlandsche Petroleum Maatschappij. L.D. Caulk Company. Lerner Stores Corporation. Libby-Owens-Ford Glass Company. Liggett & Myers Tobacco Company. Lima Locomotive Works, Incorporated. Lincoln Building Corporation (New York, N.Y.). Lincoln Drive & Johnson Street Corporation (Philadelphia, Pa.). Lincoln Forty-Second Street Corporation (New York, N.Y.). Liquid Carbonic Corporation. Little River Corporation. Little River Drainage District of Missouri. Lone Star Cement Company. Los Angeles (Calif.) -- Bonds. Louisiana Power & Light Company. Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company. Louisville Gas and Electric Company. Lower Broadway Properties, Inc. (New York, N.Y.). Lower Colorado River Authority.

M.A. Hanna Company. Marvil Package Company. Master Printers Building Operating Corporation. McIntyre Porcupine Mines, Ltd. McKesson and Robbins, Inc. Mead Corporation. Memphis (Tenn.) -- Bonds. Memphis Power and Light Company. Mercantile Properties, Inc. Merck & Co. Mergenthaler Linotype Company. Merritt-Chapman & Scott Corporation. Metropolitan Edison Company. Metropolitan Water District of Southern California. Miami (Fla.) -- Bonds. Michigan -- Bonds. Michigan Consolidated Gas Company. Mid-Continent Petroleum Corporation. Middle South Utilities, Inc. Midland Valley Railroad Company. Milwaukee Electric Railway & Light Company. Minneapolis (Minn.) -- Bonds. Minneapolis-Honeywell Regulator Company. Minneapolis, St. Paul & Saulte Ste. Marie Railway Company. Minnesota -- Bonds. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company. Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad Company. Missouri Pacific Railroad Company. Monsanto Chemical Company. Montana Power Company. Montgomery Ward & Company, Incorporated. Moody's Investors Service. Mortgage Security Corporation of America. Mount Hope Bridge Corporation. Mullin Building Corporation. Municipal Improvement Company. Munsingwear, Inc. (U.S.). "Bad, put." OCLC: 122457632 "Investment analysis files ("N-P"), (bulk 1931-1954)." Wilmington Trust Company. Trust Dept. 1909-1958 Abstract: The records contain some information on the workings of the Trust Dept., but are more useful for the information they contain on the individual companies in which the department invested. The bulk of the records consist of investment analysis files maintained by trust officers J. Sellers Bancroft and his successor Joseph Y. Jeanes. The files are arranged alphabetically for each company or government body whose securities were held by the individual trusts managed by the department. The files are primarily composed of broker's reports from organizations such as Moody's Investment Service or Brown Brothers, Harriman & Co. analysing corporate performance and relative investment risk, with periodic assessments from the Trust Dept. as to whether the security should be held or sold. The files also contain runs of corporate annual reports, meeting notices, prospectuses, and other literature typically sent to stockholders. In addition to individual company files there are also files on specific industries as a whole, such as chemicals, rails, utilities, tobacco, chain stores,

television, etc. While most large American and some foreign companies are represented, coverage is not uniform. Investments were usually conservative, meaning in the period before 1945 a preponderance of railroad bonds and utilities. The files trace various shifts of investment to petroleum, consumer goods, retailing, and entertainment after 1945 and contain useful analysis of the collapse of older industries like textiles, and particularly rails, during the same period. They also cover the bankruptcy and liquidation of investments in 1920s office buildings during the Depression. Because of its clientele, many of the trusts' holdings are local Delaware companies, ranging from DuPont and Hercules through the Bancroft textile firms to small businesses and downstate banks and manufacturing firms, clubs, and vacation communities. The Sharples family had large investments in apartments, including "negro housing," in Wilmington and Greater Philadelphia. The corporate annual reports contain information and images from a wide range of businesses during World War II, postwar reconversion, and the beginnings of 1950s prosperity. Those from consumer goods, retailing and entertainment companies are particularly interesting for their images of women in corporate publicity. Named Corp: Nashville Gas and Heating Company. National Bank of Detroit. National Biscuit Company. National City Bank of New York. National Dairy Products Corporation. National Distillers Products Corporation. National Distributing Properties, Inc. Neiman-Marcus Company. Neptune Gold Mining Company. New Bedford Rayon Company. New Castle (Del.) -- Bonds. New Castle County (Del.) -- Bonds. New Castle Mutual Insurance Company (Del.). New England Gas & Electric Association. New England Public Service Company. New Jersey Power & Light Company. New Jersey Zinc Company. New Orleans, Texas and Mexico Railway Company. New York Air Brake Company. New York Central Railroad Company. New York, Chicago, and St. Louis Railway Company. New York City Housing Authority. New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad Company. New York, Ontario, and Western Railway Co. New York Power & Light Corporation. New York State Railways. New York Trust Company. Newmont Mining Corporation. Niagara Falls Power Company. Niagara Hudson Power Corporation. Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation. Noranda Mines Limited. Norfolk and Western Railway Company. North American Aviation, inc. North American Company. North American Refractories Company. North Union Realty Company. Northern Natural Gas Company.

Northern Pacific Railway Company. Northern States Power Company (Delaware). O. Ames Company. Oberly Brick Company. Ohio Edison Company. Ohio Oil Company. Ohio Power Company. Ohio Public Service Company. Ohio Valley Electric Railway Company. Oklahoma Gas and Electric Company. 165 Broadway Building, Inc. (New York, N.Y.). Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corporation. Owens-Illinois Glass Company. P.C. Kamm Company. P. Lorillard Company. Pacific Finance Corporation. Pacific Gas and Electric Company. Pacific Lighting Corporation. Pan American Airways Corporation. Pancoastal Petroleum Company, C.A. Panhandle Eastern Pipe Line Company. Pantepec Oil Company of Venezuela, C.A. Paramount Pictures, inc. Pelham Court, Inc. (Philadelphia, Pa.). Pennroad Corporation. Pennsylvania -- Bonds. Pennsylvania Glass Sand Corporation. Pennsylvania Power & Light Company. Pennsylvania Railroad Company. Peoples Gas Light and Coke Company. Pepsi-Cola Company. Petroleum Investment Company. Phelps Dodge Corporation. Philadelphia (Pa.) -- Bonds. Philadelphia and Reading Coal and Iron Company. Philadelphia and Reading Coal and Iron Corporation. Philadelphia Company. Philadelphia Company for Guaranteeing Mortgages. Philadelphia Electric Company. Philadelphia National League Club. Philadelphia Parking Authority. Philadelphia Rapid Transit Company. Philadelphia Suburban Water Company (Pa.). Philadelphia Transportation Company. Philco Corporation. Philip Morris and Company. Phillips Petroleum Company. Pillsbury Mills, Inc. Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company. Pittsburgh Hotels Corporation. Pittsburgh Hotels, Inc. Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company. Pittsburgh Railways Company. Pocono Manor Association. Port of New York Authority.

Portland Electric Power Company (Ore.). Price Brothers & Company, Ltd. Procter & Gamble Company. Provident Trust Company (Wilmington, Del.). Providential Investors, Inc. Public Service Company of Colorado. Public Service Company of Indiana (1941- ). Public Service Company of New Hampshire. Public Service Corporation of New Jersey. Public Service Electric and Gas Company. Publicker Industries, Inc. Puget Sound Power and Light Company. Pullman Incorporated. Pure Oil Company. "Bad, put." OCLC: 122516104 "Investment analysis files ("B"), (bulk 1931-1954)." Wilmington Trust Company. Trust Dept. 1909-1958 Named Corp: B.F. Goodrich Company. Baldwin-Lima-Hamilton Corporation. Baldwin Locomotive Works. Baltimore (Md.) -- Bonds. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company. Baltimore Gas and Electric Company. Bank of America. Bank of Delaware. Bank of the Manhattan Company. Bankers Trust Company (New York, N.Y.). Barnes-King Development Company. Bates Manufacturing Company. Bayuk Cigars, Inc. Bedford Springs Company. Beech-Nut Packing Company. Bell Telephone Company of Canada. Bell Telephone Company of Pennsylvania. Bellevue-Stratford Company. Bendix Aviation Corporation. Beneficial Loan Corporation. Benguet Consolidated Mining Company. Benj. C. Warnick & Company, Ltd. Berry Motor Car Company. Bessemer and Lake Erie Railroad Company. Best Foods, Inc. Best Lock Company. Bethlehem Steel Corporation. Binns Mortgage Company. Bird-Speakman, Inc. Birmingham Electric Company. Birmingham Gas Company. Birmingham Railway, Light & Power Company. Blue Ridge Corporation. Bond Manufacturing Corporation, Inc.

Book Tower Company (Detroit, Mich.). Boone County Coal Corporation. Borden Company. Borg-Warner Corporation. Boston (Mass.) -- Bonds. Boston and Maine Railroad. Boston Metropolitan Buildings, Inc. Boston Parcel Post Station. Bowater Paper Corporation Limited. Bower Roller Bearing Company. Bralorne Mines Limited. Brandywine Raceway Association, Inc. Brandywine Realty Company. Brazil -- Bonds. Briggs & Stratton Corporation. Briggs Manufacturing Company. Brinton Lake Club (Concordville, Pa.). Bristol-Myers Company. British American Oil Company Limited. British-American Tobacco Company, Limited. Broadway-Exchange Corporation. Broadway Motors Building Corporation. Broadway-New Street Corporation. Broadway-Trinity Place Corporation. Bromo-Mint Company, Inc. Brooklyn Union Gas Company. Brown Brothers, Harriman & Co. Brown Company. Brown-Forman Distillers Corporation. Brownell Company. Buckeye Pipe Line Company. Bucyrus-Erie Company. Buffalo (N.Y.) -- Bonds. Buffalo Ankerite Gold Mines, Ltd. Burlington Industries, Inc. Burlington Mills Corporation. Burroughs Adding Machine Company. Burroughs Corporation. Bush Terminal Buildings Company. Bush Terminal Company. Business Men's Assurance Company of America. Butler Brothers (Firm). "Bad, put." OCLC: 122558642 "Investment analysis files ("T-U"), (bulk 1931-1954)." Wilmington Trust Company. Trust Dept. 1909-1958 Named Corp: Taylor Fibre Company. Taylor Oil and Gas Company. Technicolor, Inc. Teck-Hughes Gold Mines, Limited. Temple Coal Company. Tennessee Gas Transmission Company. Terminal Warehouses Limited.

Texas & Pacific Railway Company. Texas Company. Texas Corporation. Texas Eastern Transmission Corporation. Texas Electric Service Company. Texas Gulf Sulphur Company, inc. Texas Pacific Coal and Oil Company. Texas Pacific Land Trust. Texas Power & Light Company. Textile Properties, Inc. Textile Realty Corporation. 1350 Broadway Realty Corporation (New York, N.Y.). Thompson Products, Inc. Tide Water Associated Oil Company. Tobacco Securities Trust Company, Limited. Tonopah Mining Company of Nevada. Topkis Brothers Company. Trans World Airlines. Transcontinental & Western Air, Inc. Travelers Insurance Company. Trinity Buillding Corporation of New York. Trust Company of Georgia. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation. Union Bag and Paper Corporation. Union Carbide and Carbon Corporation. Union Electric Company of Missouri. Union Instrument Company (Wilmington, Del.). Union Oil Company of California. Union Pacific Railroad Company. United Air Lines, inc. United Aircraft Corporation. United Biscuit Company of America. United Carbon Company. United Corporation. United Drug Company. United Fruit Company. United Funds, Inc. United Gas Corporation. United Gas Improvement Company. United Lands Company, Inc. United Light and Power Company. United Light and Railways Company. United Railways & Electric Company of Baltimore. United Railways Company of St. Louis. United Shoe Machinery Corporation. United States & Foreign Securities Corporation. United States Finishing Company. United States Gypsum Co. United States Industrial Alcohol Company. United States Industrial Chemicals, Inc. United States International Securities Corporation. United States Plywood Corporation. United States Rubber Company. United States Steel Corporation. United States Tobacco Company.

Universal Leaf Tobacco Co. Upressit Metal Cap Corporation. Utah Power & Light Company. "Bad, put."

booklist part 1a
WorldCat (etc) references to write in notes "Albert Duveen collection of artists' letters and ephemera" 1808-1910 Author(s): Duveen, Albert collector. Bierstadt, Albert,; 1830-1902. Blashfield, Edwin Howland,; 1848-1936. Bosworth, Welles,; 1869-1966. Boughton, George Henry,; 1834-1905. Bridgman, Frederick Arthur,; 1847-1928. Buttre, John Chester,; 1821-1893. Champney, James Wells,; 1843-1903. Chapman, J. G.; 1808-1889. ; (John Gadsby), Church, Frederic Edwin,; 1826-1900. Church, Frederick S.; 1842-1924. ; (Frederick Stuart), Cole, Timothy,; 1852-1931. Crane, Bruce,; 1857-1937. Cropsey, Jasper Francis,; 1823-1900. Ezekiel, Moses Jacob,; 1844-1917. Fairman, James,; 1826-1904. Fay, Gaston. Fenn, Harry,; 1838-1911. Fosdick, J. William,; 1858-1937. Fournier, Alexis Jean,; 1865-1948. French, Edwin Davis,; 1851-1906. Gibson, W. Hamilton; 1850-1896. ; (William Hamilton), Gould, Thomas Ridgeway,; 1818-1881. Greatorex, Eliza Pratt,; 1820-1897. Greenough, Horatio,; 1805-1852. Gregory, Frank M.,; b. 1848. Grosvenor, Thelma Cudlipp,; b. 1892. Hartley, Jonathan Scott,; 1845-1912. Hays, William Jacob,; 1830-1875. Heade, Martin Johnson,; 1819-1904. Healy, G. P. A.; 1813-1894. ; (George Peter Alexander), Hennessy, William J.,; 1839-1917. Herrick, Henry Walker,; 1824-1906. Herter, Albert,; 1871Hill, John Henry,; 1839-1922. Hillern, Bertha von. Huntley, Samantha Littlefield,; b. 1865. Kappes, Alfred,; 1850-1894. Kaufmann, Theodor,; 1814-1900. Keith, Dora Wheeler,; 1856-1940. Kitchell, Joseph Gray,; b. 1862. La Farge, John,; 1835-1910.

Lambdin, James Reid,; 1807-1889. Leslie, Charles Robert,; 1794-1859. Leutze, Emanuel,; 1816-1868. Lie, Jonas,; 1880-1940. Linen, George,; 1802-1888. Lippincott, William H.; 1849-1920. ; (William Henry), Lock, Frederick William. Longacre, James Barton,; 1794-1869. Longpré, Paul de,; 1855-1911. Low, Will Hicok,; 1853-1932. Lumley, Arthur,; ca. 1837-1912. Lupton, Thomas Goff,; 1791-1873. MacDonald, James Wilson Alexander,; 1824-1908. MacMonnies, Mary Fairchild,; 1858-1946. Matthews, William,; 1822-1896. Mayer, Constant,; 1829-1911. Mayer, Frank Blackwell,; 1827-1899. McArthur, John,; 1823-1890. McCord, George Herbert,; 1848-1909. McCutcheon, John T.; 1870-1949. ; (John Tinney), McEntee, Jervis,; 1828-1891. McKenzie, R. Tait; 1867-1938. ; (Robert Tait), Middleton, Stanley Grant,; b. 1852. Mignot, L. R.; 1831-1870. ; (Louis Remy), Miller, Alfred Jacob,; 1810-1874. Millet, Francis Davis,; 1846-1912. Moran, Edward,; 1829-1901. Moran, Peter,; 1841-1914. Morgan, Matthew Somerville,; 1839-1890. Mosler, Henry,; 1841-1920. Mowbray, H. Siddons; 1858-1928. ; (Harry Siddons), Muller, Karl,; 1818-1893. Mulvany, John,; 1839-1906. O'Connor, Andrew,; 1847-1924. Oertel, Johannes Adam Simon,; 1823-1909. Olmsted, Frederick Law,; 1822-1903. Opper, Frederick Burr,; 1857-1937. Page, Fred B. Page, William,; 1811-1885. Palmer, Erastus Dow,; 1817-1904. Palmer, John E. Palmer, Walter Launt,; 1854-1932. Paris, Walter,; 1842-1906. Parrish, Randall. Partridge, William Ordway,; 1861-1930. Pease, Joseph Ives,; 1809-1883. Peixotto, Ernest,; b. 1869. Persico, Luigi,; 1791-1860. Pfeiffer, Emily,; 1827-1890. Pike, William. Powell, W. H.; 1823-1879. ; (William Henry), Powers, Hiram,; 1805-1873. Raffaëlli, Jean François,; 1850-1924. Ranger, Henry Ward,; 1858-1916. Reid, Robert,; 1862-1929.

Rhead, Louis,; 1857-1926. Richards, T. Addison; 1820-1900. ; (Thomas Addison), Ripley, Robert Le Roy,; 1893-1949. Robbins, Horace Wolcott,; 1842-1904. Robinson, Anna. Robinson, Theodore,; 1852-1896. Rogers, John,; 1829-1904. Rogers, Randolph,; 1825-1892. Rogers, W. A.; 1854-1931. ; (William Allen), Rosenthal, Albert,; 1863-1939. Rossiter, Thomas Prichard,; 1818-1871. Rothermel, Peter Frederick,; 1812-1895. Ruckstuhl, F. W.; 1853-1942. ; (Fred Wellington), Saint-Gaudens, Augustus,; 1848-1907. Sanderson, Charles Wesley,; 1838-1905. Sarony, Napoleon,; 1821-1896. Satterlee, Walter,; 1844-1908. Schoff, Stephen Alonzo,; 1818-1904. Scott, Emily Maria Spaford,; 1832-1915. Selinger, Jean Paul,; 1850-1909. Shattuck, Aaron Draper,; 1832-1928. Smillie, George H.; 1840-1921. ; (George Henry), Snell, Henry Bayley,; 1858-1943. Sonntag, William Louis,; 1822-1900. Sterner, Albert,; 1863-1946. Stetson, Charles Walter,; 1858-1911. Stewart, Julius L.,; 1855-1919. Stone, Horatio,; 1808-1875. Story, George Henry,; 1835-1923. Story, William Wetmore,; 1819-1895. Stout, James Varick,; 1809-1860. Strother, David Hunter,; 1816-1888. Taft, Lorado,; 1860-1936. Tait, Arthur Fitzwilliam,; 1819-1905. Taylor, Henry Fitch,; 1853-1925. Thompson, Charles A. Thompson, Launt,; 1833-1894. Thulstrup, Thure de,; 1848-1930. Tilton, John Rollin,; 1828-1888. Turcas, Jules,; 1854-1917. Turner, Charles Yardley,; 1850-1918. Turner, Ross,; 1847-1915. Valentine, Edward Virginius,; 1838-1930. Van Boskerck, Robert Ward,; 1855-1932. Van Elten, Kruseman,; 1829-1904. Van Laer, Alexander T.,; 1857-1920. Volk, Douglas,; 1856-1935. Volkmar, Charles,; 1841-1914. Vos, Hubert,; 1855-1935. Walcutt, William,; 1819-1882. Walden, Lionel,; 1861-1933. Walker, James,; 1819-1889. Walter, Thomas Ustick,; 1804-1887. Waterman, Marcus A.,; 1834-1914. Waugh, Ida,; d. 1919.

Weeks, Edwin Lord. Weir, Harrison,; 1824-1906. Weir, Robert Walter,; 1803-1889. White, George Harlow,; 1817-1887. Whitman, Sarah. Whitney, Anne,; 1821-1915. Whittemore, William J.,; 1860-1955. Whittredge, Worthington,; 1820-1910. Wiggins, Carleton,; 1848-1932. Wiles, Irving Ramsay,; 1861-1948. Williams, George Alfred,; 1875Wilmarth, Lemuel Everett,; 1835-1918. Winterburn, George T. Worth, Thomas,; 1834-1917. Wurst, Alexander,; 1837-1876. Yewell, George Henry,; 1830-1923. Zilcken, Ph.,; 1857-1930. Zimmerman, Eugene,; 1862-1935. Location US,DC Library SMITHSONIAN ARCHIVES OF AMERICAN ART Code DCAWR

Abstract: Letters, 1808-1910, written by American artists and collected by Duveen. Also included are miscellaneous items such as Bible records, quotations, pictorial reproductions and a few letters written by European artists. Included are 28 letters from Albert Bierstadt, the majority of the letters are to Col. Woodworth; 10 from Frederic E. Church; 14 from Frederick S. Church; 25 by Constant Mayer; 11 by Albert Rosenthal; and a few each by Edwin H. Blashfield, James Champney, Timothy Cole, William Gibson, Eliza Greatorex, D. Ridgway Knight, Charles R. Leslie, Emanuel Leutze, Jervis McEntee, Francis Millet, Henry Mosler, William Page, E. D. Palmer, William Partridge, Hiram Powers, Henry Ranger, Peter Rothermel, Ross Turner, Edwin Weeks, Anne Whitney, Worthington Whittredge and others. Descriptor: Artists -- United States. Collectors and collecting. Artists -- United States -- Autographs. Autographs -- Collections. Note(s): Trumbull, Inman and Rembrandt Peale letters (reels D9 & D10) have been cataloged separately./ 35mm microfilm/ reel DDU1, D9 (Peale) and D10 (Inman & Trumbull)/ available at Archives of American Art offices and through interlibrary loan./ Bio/History: Art dealer, collector; New York, N.Y. General Info: Patrons must use microfilm copy./ A microfilm inventory is available in all AAA offices./ Purchased from Albert Duveen in 1956. Duveen purchased most of the letters from dealers in Americana and estate sales. OCLC: 220149462 http://sirisarchives.si.edu/ipac20/ipac.jsp?&profile=all&source=~!siarchives&uri=full=3100001 ~!209208~!0#focus (the url doesn't work for some) "Director's Office Records" "1955-1977" http://maca.cdmhost.com/u?/p132501coll19,836 Location Library Code

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CLARK ART INST Author(s): Abbott, Stuart. Asher, Martha. Bancroft, Harding F.; 1910- ; (Harding Foster), Banks, Talcott. Bareiss, Walter. Baxter, James Phinney,; 1893-1975. Belluschi, Pietro,; 1899-1994. Birkmeyer, Karl Martin. Block, Huntington T. Bonsal, Dudley B. Brainard, Franklin,; 1920-1976. Brandt, Mortimer. Brooke, David S. Brooks, John H. Bunnell, Peter C. Byer, Abner. Camfield, William A. Carleton, William E. Cass, David B. Cassels, Mrs. J. Donald. Chandler, John W. Chapman, F. Douglas. Chapman, Joseph. Clemens, Paul Lewis,; 1911-1992. Cooper, Douglas,; 1911-1984. Cunningham, Charles Crehore,; 1910-1979. Cunningham, John J. Cutter, R. Ammi; b. 1902. ; (Richard Ammi), Dauterman, Carl Christian,; 1908Davey, Peter. Davis, Mary M. De Rham, Casimir,; 1924Dickson, Harold E.,; 1900Donahue, Kenneth. Ehrmann, Jacques. Eitner, Lorenz. Ellin, Everett. Elsen, Albert Edward,; 1927Fernandez, Rafael,; 1927Fleming, John. Flynt, Henry N. Fowle, James W. Frankfurter, Alfred M. Friedman, Warner. Goggins, W.J. Goodwillie, Eugene W. Grigaut, Paul L. Guille, Peter,; 1911-1970. Hadley, Rollin van N. Hall, Margaret H. Hamilton, George Heard. Haskell, Francis,; 1928Hatch, John Davis. Haverkamp Begemann, Egbert.

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Hiedemann, Vivian. Heineman, Andrew. Hendricks, Gordon. Heydenryk, Henry. Highet, Keith. How. John B. Hoyt, N. Deming. Huisman, Philippe. Ittman, William Mc. Jr. Jacobus, John M. Jaffe, Arthur. Jaff, Michael,; 1923Joachim, Harold,; 1909-1983. Johnson, Lyndon B.; 1908-1973. ; (Lyndon Baines), Juynboll, Willem Rudolf,; 1903Ketteridge, George. Kimball, Robert B. Knox, George,; 1922Kohlmann, Hugo. Kopelman, Bernard. Lanes, Jerrold. Lehmann, Phyllis Williams,; 1912Lenz, Andrew N. Licht, Fred,; 1928Light, Robert M. Lockwood, Dunbar. Lockwood, Josephine D. Mrs. George Loring. Love, Iris. Low, Theodore. Mahoney, Leo E. McKinley, Ernest. McManus, G. Louis; d. 2003. ; (George Louis), Meeks, Carroll L. V.; 1907-1966. ; (Carroll Louis Vanderslice), Miller, Lawrence K. Milliken, William. Montgomery, Charles Franklin,; 1910. Morgan, Fiona. Mulhall, Marion E. Neff, John Hallmark. Neff, Terry Ann R. Norris, Christopher,; 1947Osborn, Mrs. Robert. Osman, William. Otterbourg, Edwin M.; b. 1885. ; (Edwin Max), Parren, Albert J. Peabody, Mrs. Endicott. Perrotta, Joseph J. Perry, Daniel,; d. 2002. Pope-Hennessy, John Wyndham,; Sir,; 1913-1994. Prentice, Spelman. Price, Aime(e Brown,; 1939Rand, Olan Alexander,; 1931. Ray, Jacques. Rinehart, Michael.

Ritchie, Andrew Carnduff. Roberts, Thomas. Robinson, Duncan. Robinson, Franklin Westcott. Rockwell, Thornton. Romano, Francesco. Rosenberg, Jakob,; 1893-1980. Roy, Pat. Sandon, Henry. Sawyer, John E. Simon, Norton,; 1907-1993. Sizer, Theodore. Slatkin, Charles E. (Charles Eli),; 1907-1977. Smith, Datus Clifford,; 1907Sperling, Harry G. Stechow, Wolfgang,; 1896-1974. Stroock, Paul A. Swope, Jeffery. Swartz, Gertrude Doughty. Tenney, Sara T. Thielker, Alan. Vakar, Nicholas P.; 1894-1970. ; (Nicholas Platonovich), Varnedoe, Kirk,; 1946Waterhouse, Ellis Kirkham,; 1905Wees, J. Dustin,; 1944Wikander, E. Marie. Wohl, Hellmut. Sabin, Selma. Collins, William J., d. 1960. Corp Author(s): Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute. ; 1896 House. ; Abercrombie & Fitch. ; Harry N. Abrams, Inc. ; Acoustiguide Corporation. ; Thos. Agnew and Sons Ltd. ; Akron Art Institute. ; Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. ; Albany Institute of History and Art. ; American Association of Museums. ; American Blower Corporation. ; American Federation of Arts. ; American Library Color Slide Company. ; American Mat Co. ; American Moistening Company. ; Architects Collaborative, Inc. ; Art Institute of Chicago. ; Art News. ; Art Quarterly. ; Aaron Ashley, Inc. ; Association of Art Museum Directors. ; Automatic Switch Co. ; Babcock-Davis Associates Inc. ; Baltimore Museum of Art. ; Barber Institute of Fine Arts. ; The Barbara Bernard Show. ; Bass Museum of Art. ; Bay State Film Productions, inc. ; British Broadcasting Corporation. ; Beaulieu & Munroe. ; Bennington College. ; Berkshire Art Association. ; The Berkshire Eagle. ; Berkshire County Historical Society. ; Berkshire Gas Company. ; Berkshire Hills Conference, inc. ; Berkshire Museum. ; Betz Laboratories, Inc. ; Blossom Shop. ; Blue Cross, Blue Shield. ; Sydney N. Blumberg Collection. ; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. ; Breed, C.A., Inc. ; Bucky X-Ray International. ; Cappy's Carpets, Inc. ; Century Electric Co. ; Channel 2 WGBH Boston. ; Chicago Pump Company. ; Chicago Wheel & Mtg. Co. ; Christian Science Publishing Society. ; Christie, Manson & Woods. ; Clement, Albert E. Co. Inc. ; Cleveland Museum of Art. ; Coe Kerr Gallery. ; Cold Cathode Lighting Corp. ; Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts. ; College Art Association of America. ; Congregation Beth Israel. ; Corning Glass Works. ; Council on the Arts & Humanities. ; Couper Gallery. ; Cox, Warren E. Assocs.

Inc. ; CH Cronin Inc. ; Cultural History Research, Inc. ; John F. Curry Agency. ; Cutler-Hammer, inc. ; Dartmouth College. ; Deerfield Academy. ; Detex Watchlock Corp. ; Detroit Institute of Arts. ; Doran Tile Company. ; Drey, M.H. Limited. ; Duveen Brothers. ; Electric Specialty Co. ; Excelsior Printing Co. ; Factory Insurance Association. ; Farjeon, Ballin & Co. ; Fidelity and Casualty Company of New York. ; Filing Equipment Bureau. ; Fire Equipment, Inc. ; Fogg Art Museum. ; Fore Loyalty Group. ; Ford Foundation. ; French & Company (New York, N.Y.) ; Frick Collection. ; Bendix Corporation. ; Allan Frumkin Gallery. ; George A. Fuller Company. ; General Bronze Corporation. ; Gowdy, E.P., Inc. ; Harris Poll. ; Norman Harrower. ; Heliochrome Co. ; Heim Gallery. ; A.H. Hews & Company, Inc. ; HillStead Museum. ; Hirschl & Adler Modern. ; Hispanic Society of America. ; Hixon Electric Company. ; Hoftstater, Theo & Co. ; Hotel Westbury. ; Hoover Company. ; Hunter, J. B., Company. ; Hunter Machine Co. ; International Council of Museums. ; Indiana University. Museum of Art. ; International Exhibitions Foundation. ; International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works. ; Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. ; Kalker Properties, Inc. ; W.R. Keating & Company. ; Ken-More Supply Co. ; Knoedler Contemporary Art (New York, N.Y.) ; Samuel H. Kress Foundation. ; Lenox Garden Club (Lenox, Mass.) ; Los Angeles County Museum of Art. ; Liberty Mutual Insurance Company. ; Liquidometer Corp. ; Lunner Floor Service. ; Magovern Co., Inc. ; Marine Historical Association. ; Massachusetts Electric Co. ; McDonald, ML Company. ; McDonnel & Miller. ; McLauthlin, Geo T. Co. ; McMahon & Son, Co. ; Melanson Supply Co. ; Mendelssohn Glee Club. ; Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.) ; Metzger Brothers. ; Meyer, Strong & Jones Inc. ; Michael Hall Fine Arts. ; Middlebury College. ; Minneapolis-Honeywell Regulator Company. ; Mobeco, Inc. ; Molla Incorporated. ; Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. ; HD Moore. ; Moran, S. Roofing Co. ; Mosler Safe Company. ; Mount Greylock Regional School District. ; Mount Holyoke College. ; Museum of Fine Arts (Saint Petersburg, Fla.) ; Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.) ; National Research Center of the Arts. ; National-Galerie (Germany) ; National Gallery of Art (U.S.) ; New Century Kraftsmen Co. ; New England Art Museum Directors. ; New England Telephone and Telegraph Company. ; New York State Historical Association. ; New York Times Company. ; North Adams State Teachers College. ; North Adams Transcript. ; Northern Berkshire Chamber of Commerce. ; Norton Simon Inc. ; Novelty Scenic Studios. ; Ontario Council on Graduate Studies. ; Packtor, Bernard M. Company. ; Paine Art Center & Arboretum. ; Pasadena Art Museum. ; Palmer, Dodge, Gardner, Bradford. ; Parke-Bernet Galleries. ; Patterson-Kelley Co., Inc. ; Peerless Electric Company. ; Pine Cobble School. ; Pinkerton's National Detective Agency. ; Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company. ; Princeton University. ; R.M. Light & Co. ; Radio Shack. ; Railway Express Agency. ; Remington Rand, Inc. ; Rhode Island School of Design. ; Robert Sterling Clark Foundation. ; Royal Globe Insurance Group. ; Sandak, inc. ; Stephen Sanford & Sons. ; Schaeffer Galleries (New York, N.Y.) ; Schwab Company. ; Schwartz, I., Glass & Mirror Co. ; Shoe String Press, Inc. ; Shorewood Publishers, inc., New York. ; H. Shickman Gallery. ; Smith College. ; Smithsonian Institution. ; Socit des amis du Louvre. ; Socony-Vacuum Oil Company. ; Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. ; Springfield Museum of Art. ; State Glass Company. ; Suhr, William, ;

1896-1984.; Tapley-Rutter Company. ; TIAA-CREF Institute. ; TimeLife Productions. ; Towle Mfg. Company. ; Tri-State Industrial Laundries. ; Triton Museum of Art. ; Turner, Hugh J., Inc. ; University of Connecticut. ; University of Kansas. ; University of Minnesota. ; Vallieres Vogue Studio. ; Vermont Marble Company. ; E. Van Noorden Company. ; Walker & Co. ; Walters Art Gallery (Baltimore, Md.) ; Wheaton College (Norton, Mass.) ; Wildenstein & Co. (London, England) ; Williams College. ; Williams Inn. ; Williamstown National Bank. ; Williamstown Police Dept. ; Williamstown Water Department. ; Williamstown Theatre Festival. ; Emile Wolf Collection. ; Worcester Art Museum. ; Worthington Corporation. ; Yale University. ; York Compressor. ; James F.Drake, Inc. ; Lund Humphries. Abstract: The Director's Office records 1955-1977 are comprised almost entirely of business correspondence between the Director of the museum and other people and institutions though other records, such as receipts and publications, are occasionally present. During this nascent phase of the museum the Director's Office handled almost all aspects of business and consequently these files reflect a wide spectrum of museum concerns including publicity, acquisitions, finances, staff hiring, construction, and expansion of the museum. Some files are devoted to individuals and institutions while others are labelled with subjects such as Inquiries, Acquisitions, and Employment. The subject headings and content of the materials remains quite consistent throughout the years, even through the tenures of different Directors. Descriptor: Art museums. Art museums and community. Art museums -- Educational aspects. Art museums -- Employees. Art museums -- Exhibitions. Art museums -- Public relations. Genre/Form: Business letters. Brochures. Clippings. Correspondence. Ephemera. Letters (Correspondence). Personal correspondence. Telegrams. Geographic: Williamstown (Mass.) Note(s): Bio/History: In 1950 Sterling and Francine Clark chartered the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute as a home for their extensive art collection. Opened to the public in 1955, the Institute has built upon this extraordinary group of works to become a highly respected art museum and one of the few institutions in the United States that combines a public art museum with a complement of research and academic programs, including a major art history library. General Info: Restrictions on Access: This material is currently restricted./ Custodial History: This material was found among the institutional records housed in Storage A. Organization: Arrangement of the Records: The order and file names of the series were preserved from the original organization of the materials. The files are organized chronologically and alphabetically within the year. Some files belonging to this record group were found with other materials after the arrangement and numbering of the series. These items were inserted into the appropriate place in the series and numbered with the

preceding folder's number and a,b,c, etc. Preferred citation: Preferred Citation: [Cite the item (as appropriate)], Records of the Director's Office, 1955-1977, Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute Records, Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, Massachusetts. Associated materials: Related Materials: Related or similar material can be found in the following series in the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute Archives, Williamstown, Massachusetts: Policy Book / Administrative Manual, 1966; Director's Office Early Financial Records; Photographs Separated from the Records of the Director's Office; Curatorial Office Records of the Prints and Drawings Department; Records of John H. Brooks; Records and Papers of David Brooke; and Director's Office Records of Inquiries; Institutional Oral Histories. Class Descriptors: LC: CAI ARC 2007.01 Other Titles: Institutional records of the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute. OCLC: 263174350 http://maca.cdmhost.com/cdm4/document.php?CISOROOT=/p132501coll19&CISOP TR=852&REC=6 with corp authors "Director's Office Records of Receptions, Events, and Lectures" 1957-1989 http://maca.cdmhost.com/u?/p132501coll19,739 http://maca.cdmhost.com/cdm4/document.php?CISOROOT=/p132501coll19&CISOP TR=754&REC=8 Location Library US,MA CLARK ART INST Code CLART

Author(s): Bhumibol Adulyadej,; King of Thailand,; 1927Brooke, David S. Capra, Frank,; 1897-1991. Johnson, Lady Bird,; 1912-2007. Hamilton, George Heard. Pearson, Lester B. Serkin, Rudolf,; 1903-1991. Morgan, Agnes. Jaffe, Michael. de Cass, Jacques. Hegyi, Julius. Lowe, Ian. Rewald, John,; 1912-1994. Boggs, Jean Sutherland. Kubler, George,; 1912Booth, Susan. Flynn, Mildred. Kidson, Peter. Hirst, Michael. Robinson, Duncan. Herbert, Robert L.,; 1929Bialostocki, Jan. Balasaraswati. Pope-Hennessy, John Wyndham, Sir,; 1913-1994. Waetzoldt, Stephan,; 1920-

Seymour, Charles. McVay, Scott. Vries, A. B. de; 1905- ; (Ary Bob), Boatwright, Helen. Licht, Fred,; 1928Rosenblum, Robert. Sayre, Eleanor A. Parkhurst, Charles. Hill, Victor E. Fernandez, Rafael,; 1927Hays, John. Roethlisberger, Marcel,; 1929Hain, Sherry. Robbins, Baron. Webb, Pat. Avery, Charles. Jellicoe, Ann. White, Donald. Roeper, Susan,; 1957McManus, G. Louis; d. 2003. ; (George Louis), Quitslund, Toby,; 1939Lewitzky, Bella. Corp Author(s): Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute. ; Boston Symphony Orchestra. ; Yale University. Associates in Fine Arts. ; Art Gallery of Toronto. ; American College Publicity Association. ; American Federation of Arts. ; Bay State Historical League. ; Williams College. ; Societe des amis du Louvre. ; Association of Colleges in New England. ; Fogg Art Museum. ; Center for Development Economics. ; Massachusetts Art Education Association. ; Day School Headmasters Association. ; St. Louis Symphony Society. ; William Rockhill Nelson Gallery of Art and Mary Atkins Museum of Fine Arts. ; Marlboro Music School and Festival. ; Gallery Association of the Bavarian State Museums. ; English-Speaking Union. ; Massachusetts Library Association. ; Detroit Symphony Orchestra. ; Massachusetts Art Teachers' Association. ; Williamstown Theatre Festival. ; Williamstown Historical Committee. ; Lenox Garden Club (Lenox, Mass.) ; Berkshire Chamber Ensemble. ; Northern Berkshire Council of the Arts. ; Dorian Wind Quintet. ; Edith and Herbert Lehman Foundation. ; Currier Gallery of Art. Abstract: This record group contains the Director's Office records of receptions, lectures, parties, and other events held at the Clark Art Institute between 1957 and 1989. These files contain copies of invitations to the events; press releases and newspaper clippings about the events; menu planning and order forms from the catering companies; guest lists; responses from invitees; seating charts for the events; and other related material. The events range from small receptions with cookies and coffee to full dinner parties. The reasons for the events include celebration of the opening of new exhibitions, staff parties, guest lectures, Williams College graduations and reunions, and visits to the museum by celebrities and dignitaries. There was a recital by Rudolf Serkin in 1973 in honor of the opening of the museum's auditorium. Events were held for visitors such as King Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand, Prime Minister Pearson of Canada, Frank Capra, and Lady Bird Johnson. There are no records for 1981-1982 or 1958-1960. Descriptor: Art museums. Art museums and community.

Art museums -- Exhibitions. Art museums -- Public relations. Genre/Form: Attendance lists. Clippings. Invitations. Menus. Press releases. Geographic: Williamstown (Mass.) Note(s): Bio/History: In 1950 Sterling and Francine Clark chartered the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute as a home for their extensive art collection. Opened to the public in 1955, the Institute has built upon this extraordinary group of works to become a highly respected art museum and one of the few institutions in the United States that combines a public art museum with a complement of research and academic programs, including a major art history library. General Info: Restrictions on Access: This material is currently restricted./ Custodial History: These records were moved to Storage A sometime after 1989. Organization: Arrangement of the Records: The original organization of the material was preserved. The arrangement is roughly chronological with each event receiving its own folder. Preferred citation: Preferred Citation: [Cite the item (as appropriate)], Director's Office Records of Receptions, Events, Lectures, 1957-1989, Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute Records, Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, Massachusetts. Associated materials: Related Materials: Related or similar material can be found in the following series in the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute Records, Williamstown, Massachusetts: Ephemera from the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute; Press Releases from the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute; Public Relations Event Records; Photographs Separated from the Records of the Director's Office; Office of Public Relations Photograph Files; and Office of Public Relations Records of Mary Jo Carpenter. Class Descriptors: LC: CAI ARC 2007.04 OCLC: 263178130

"Photographic images of mental health patients, staff, and facilities" (bulk 1958-1985) Mohawk Valley Psychiatric Center New York (State). Office of Mental Health. New York (State). Dept. of Mental Hygiene. 1900-1990 Archival Material B1560-97: 9 cu. ft. (ca. 7,000 photographs, 4,000 negatives, 750 slides, and 5 CD-ROMs) B1560-98: .75 cu. ft. (ca. 1,000 photographs) Location Library US,NY NEW YORK STATE ARCH Code AO#

Abstract: Images include scenes of recreation activities (such as parties, sporting events, and field trips for patients and staff); committees; officials; classes; staff and patients in groups and individually; meetings; dining; ceremonies; patient therapy and rehabilitation groups; patient medical treatment; staff training; receptions;

holiday celebrations; entertainment; and visitors. Also documented are interiors and exteriors of buildings, grounds, and facilities, including maintenance, construction, and equipment. This subseries consists of ca. 2,000 black-andwhite photographs (most are 8 x 10 inches) dating primarily from ca. 1960-1980, although some are much earlier. Although many of the prints are not fully identified, most are stamped and dated on verso; some are captioned on verso or have handwritten or typewritten captions attached. Approximately half of these photographs depict Marcy State Hospital (later Marcy Psychiatric Center). Better identification of individual photographs can sometimes be obtained by referring to captioning information associated with the negatives in subseries 2. This subseries consists of black-and-white negatives. Almost all date from 1960-1980 and appear to correspond to the photographs in subseries 1. The negatives are housed in glassine envelopes and identifying information is almost always provided. Most negatives are 4 x 5 inches in format. Many smaller format negatives (2 1/4 x 3 1/4 inches) are also present. Also included are seven 8 x 10 inch negatives (four glass plates) which appear to correspond to prints in series B1559, Utica State Hospital School of Nursing records. This subseries consists of photo albums produced by individual wards of the hospital, showing ward activities, staff, and patients (ca. 1983-1990). Most photos are color snapshots with a few black-and-white prints, instant camera photographs, and newspaper clippings. Wards are sometimes not identified. Staff and patients are sometimes identified. Images depict therapy and recreational activities, birthday parties, outings, and other occasions. This subseries consists of ca. 750 slides (35 mm); 1,000 color snapshots; and 5 photo CD-ROMs. Although most slides appear to be typical snapshot subjects of staff, patients, facilities, and activities, some appear to be reproductions used for lectures or instruction. Some slides are from Marcy State Hospital. Snapshots are seldom identified. A few 35 mm negatives and 126 color negatives are also present. The photo CD-ROMs contain 434 historical images including nursing school classes; past directors; hospital equipment;, patient art work; views of buildings; and patient treatment and activities. SUBJECT(S) Descriptor: Psychiatric hospital patients -- New York (State) Psychiatric hospital care -- New York (State) Psychiatric hospitals -- New York (State) -- Employees. Mental health facilities -- New York (State) -- Employees. Mentally ill -- Care -- New York (State) Mentally ill -- Housing -- New York (State) Named Corp: New York (State). State Lunatic Asylum. Utica State Hospital (N.Y.) Marcy State Hospital (N.Y.) Marcy Psychiatric Center (N.Y.) Utica Psychiatric Center (N.Y.) Genre/Form: Black-and-white prints (photographs). Color slides. Instant camera photographs. Negatives. Photograph albums. Photographic prints. Photographs. Slides. Snapshots. CD-ROMs.

Geographic: New York (State) Oneida County (N.Y.) Utica (N.Y.) General Info: Patient and staff identification photographs in the series are restricted under provisions of the Personal Privacy Protection Law./ Use under supervision of archivist./ Agency record NYSV86-a380 describes the history and functions of the Dept. of Mental Hygiene resulting in creation of the records series./ Organization: B1560-97:/ Arranged in four subseries: Subseries 1, Black-andWhite Photographs, bulk ca. 1958-1980, 3 cu. ft. (ca. 6,000 items); Subseries 2, Black-and-White Negatives, ca. 1958-1975, 1 cu. ft. (ca. 3,500-4,000 items); Subseries 3, Ward Activity Photograph Albums, ca. 1983-1990, 4 cu. ft. (ca. 20 albums); and Subseries 4, Color Slides, Snapshots, and CD-ROMs, ca. 19651985, 1 cu. ft. (ca. 1,750 items)./ Subseries 1, Black-and-White Photographs, is arranged roughly by subject. Subseries 2, Black-and-White Negatives, is roughly alphabetical by subject. Subseries 3, Ward Activity Photograph Albums, is arranged by ward. Subseries 4, Color Slides, Snapshots, and CD-ROMs, is arranged by type of medium./ B1560-98:/ Arranged roughly by state hospital./ B1560-97: Container list./ B1560-97: Many of the photographs in Subseries 1 were collected by Lyle Engell, hospital archivist. Records in this series were transferred to the State Archives on May 7, 1997 from Mohawk Valley Psychiatric Center under RDA 19266./ B1560-98: The photographs in this accretion were created at Utica State Hospital and Marcy State Hospital (later Utica Psychiatric Center and Marcy Psychiatric Center) before their consolidation as Mohawk Valley Psychiatric Center. The photos were combined at an unknown date and maintained by Mohawk Valley Psychiatric Center as part of a photography archives of predecessor facilities./ Function: Documenting mentally ill./ Documenting psychiatric hospitals. OCLC: 83877481

"Photographs of facilities, staff, and patients at mental health institutions" New York (State). Office of Mental Health. Public Affairs Office. 1954-1975 Location Library US,NY NEW YORK STATE ARCH Code AO#

Action Note: Materials: 19131-95, 1954-1975, 32 cubic feet Actions: Accessioned Date: 5/12/95 Abstract: The series consists of photographic prints, negatives, and a small number of slides depicting staff and facilities of the Office of Mental Health and the people it serves. They document a wide range of activities of the office and were apparently used by its Public Affairs Office to illustrate buildings and operations, and the shared projects and work environments of staff and patients. The photographic prints are black and white and most measure 8 x 10 inches. A very few photographs and slides are color. Included are images of various state hospitals (interiors and exteriors), staff at work (budget preparation, admission procedure) individual and group portraits of officials, staff, and clients in various work (remedial reading, group psychotherapy) and recreational (state fair, Special Olympics) settings and representations of exhibits and other special projects or events (centennial observances, employee recognition day, laying of cornerstones, patient discharge). Two distinct indexes to the prints follow the main photographic sequence. Negatives forming one of the indexes typically measure 4.5 x 5.5 inches. The bulk are single negatives, each in an envelope on which the

picture number, date, location, and subject is provided. Often, but not always, the name of the photographer is also given. Copies of pictures forming a second index typically measure 4 x 5 inches. These are placed randomly within topical categories (e.g. nutrition services, shock therapy, inactive schools and hospitals). Categories were apparently established as the pictures were used by staff; topical headings are broad and do not follow standard alphabetical or numeric order. Many are filed chronologically by year, often within sub-categories. Also present is a one-volume register of negatives. Negatives are listed in manuscript by consecutive number, along with date, location, and description of the image.

Descriptor: Mental health personnel and patient -- New York (State) Mental health facilities -- New York (State) Mentally ill -- Care. Genre/Form: Slides. Photographic prints. Negatives. Geographic: New York (State) General Info: Agency record NYSV86-a380 describes the history and functions of the Dept. of Mental Hygiene resulting in creation of the records series./ Organization: Numerical./ Both a numerical index of negatives, and a subject index of photographs are available./ Rough container list./ A one-volume register of negatives is available./ Function: Promoting mental health./ Managing mental health facilities OCLC: 77593487

"Willard documentary images" (bulk 1930-1993) Willard Psychiatric Center (N.Y.) New York (State). Office of Mental Health New York (State). Dept. of Mental Hygiene. 1880-1993 Archival Material 18.25 cu. ft. (ca. 4,500 photographs, ca. 9,000 negatives, ca. 1,900 slides, ca. 275 lantern slides, and 2 motion pictures) Location Library US,NY NEW YORK STATE ARCH Code AO#

Action Note: Materials: B1442-96, 1880-1993, 16 cubic feet Actions: Accessioned Date: 6/20/96 Materials: B1442-96A, 1886-1983, 2 cubic feet Actions: Accessioned Date: 9/20/96 Abstract: This series consists of ca. 4,500 photographs (black-and-white and color), ca. 9,000 negatives, ca. 1,900 slides, and ca. 275 lantern slides maintained at Willard Psychiatric Center. The images span the institution's evolution from the Willard Asylum, to the Willard State Hospital, to the Willard Psychiatric Center, and provide extensive visual documentation of almost every aspect of staff and patient daily activities, as well as special occasions. In addition to identification photographs, the records include scenes of recreation activities (such as parties, sporting events, and field days for patients and staff); committees; officials; classes; staff and patients in groups and individually; meetings; dining;

ceremonies; patient therapy and rehabilitation training; treatments; staff training; receptions; holiday celebrations; entertainment; and visitors. Also documented are interiors and exteriors of buildings, grounds, and facilities, including maintenance, construction, and equipment. Some prints are captioned on the verso or have handwritten, stamped, or typewritten captions attached. Many of the 35mm black-and-white negatives have contact sheets. Earlier black-and-white negatives are larger in format. These earlier negatives are usually grouped with a single brief caption attached and date from the 1930s to the 1950s. Subseries 1 consists of about 700 images from the nineteenth and early twentieth century in the form of lantern slides, albumen prints, silver gelatin prints, picture postcards and photographic postcards. The approximately 275 lantern slides were apparently retained by the Nursing School at Willard State Hospital. Although almost all slides are numbered, there is no index. The bulk of the slides are related to the history of medicine. They consist of a wide variety of images reproduced from old master paintings, prints, sculptures, stained glass, and other illustrations. Most depict medical themes including hospitals, early treatments, and nurses attending the sick and suffering. One group of 39 slides is devoted to the life and work of Florence Nightingale. Later scenes are taken from photographs of clinics, nursing schools, operating rooms, and hospital wards in the United States and abroad. One distinct group depicts the programs and activities of nurses of the American Red Cross (ca. 1920s) in foreign countries such as Haiti, the Philippine Islands, and Poland. A distinct group of 34 slides (ca. 1943) is a set of 35 mm glass slides entitled "The Human Eye is Anatomical Transparencies." These slides are accompanied by a printed guide which gives an extended caption for each slide. Also included in the first subseries are 24 stereoscopic views and ca. 450 silver gelatin and albumen prints mounted on board in small photograph albums. These earlier photographs typically depict staff members and their families, scenes on the grounds, interiors, and buildings. Many are captioned. Some duplicates are present. Subseries 2 consists primarily of 4 x 5" black-and-white negatives. Some black-and-white negatives measuring 2 1/4 x 3 l/4, 5 x 7", and 8 x 10" are also present, as well as a few black-andwhite photo prints. Some of the negatives are unidentified, but most are grouped in their original film boxes and labeled with subject and date. Included are patient and staff identification photographs and depictions of groups of patients and staff; buildings; grounds; student nurse training; occupational therapy activities; ceremonies; and field days. Local area scenes as well as photos of local school groups (such as sports teams and cheerleaders) and other unidentified subjects are also represented. Subseries 3 includes blackand-white photographs, negatives, and contact sheets; a history of Willard Psychiatric Center; memorandums of policy concerning privacy rights of patients; subject consent forms; requests and instructions for photographic reproductions; color snapshots and negatives; and 35 mm slides. Some of these images were published in "The Window," the Willard periodical, and some issues are present. Many of the photographs are captioned on the verso; some show a stamp identifying the photographer, one of whom was Richard Mearns. Some of the photographs are labeled as the property of the Willard Psychiatric Center. Part of the duties of the staff photographer was to photograph new staff and arriving patients for identifications purposes and some of these identification photographs are present. Subseries 4 contains a wide variety of images showing medical treatments, grounds, patient workshop activities, and staff on duty, but most typically depict patients and staff in informal recreational situations such as picnics, field days, or holiday celebrations. Many of the approximately 1,500 snapshots are housed in original commercial envelopes with negatives. Some envelopes are labeled

with date and subject. Many of the slides are housed in original commercial boxes labeled by subject and date. Approximately 450 slides are present; some slides are stamped with the photographer's name and are captioned. Some 200 instant camera photographs ("Polaroids") and some black-and-white snapshots are also present in this subseries. Subseries 5 consists of eleven oversize photographic portraits of each of the eleven successive directors of the Willard Asylum for the Insane, Willard State Hospital, and Willard Psychiatric Center. An accretion to Subseries 4, Color Slides and Snapshots, consists of color slides (1963-1983) depicting a variety of units and activities at Willard State Hospital (later Willard Psychiatric Center) including recreation, occupational therapy, field days, parties, and food services. One group of slides depicts an alleged patient in a complete sequence (apparently staged?) from admission through discharge. Approximately one-half of the slides are labeled or otherwise identified. This accretion also contains material which comprises an entirely new subseries, Subseries 6, Motion Pictures. These records consist of two color motion pictures labeled "Camping" and "Golf Course 1971," respectively. SUBJECT(S) Descriptor: Nursing -- Study and teaching. Mentally ill -- New York (State) -- Care. Psychiatric hospital patients. Nursing students -- New York (State) Nurses -- New York (State) Eye -- Anatomy. Medicine -- History. Mental health facilities -- New York (State) -- Employees. Psychiatric hospitals -- New York (State) -- Employees. Named Person: Nightingale, Florence. Named Corp: Willard Asylum for the Insane. Willard State Hospital (N.Y.) Genre/Form: Albumen prints. Black-and-white prints (photographs.) Boudoir. Color photographs. Color prints (photographs). Color slides. Dye diffusion transfer prints. Gelatin silver prints. Instant camera photographs. Lantern slides. Negatives. Photograph albums. Photographic postcards. Photographic prints. Photographs. Picture postcards. Slides. Snapshots. Stereoscopic photographs. Motion pictures. Geographic: New York (State) Willard (N.Y.) Seneca County (N.Y.)

General Info: Patient and staff identification photographs in the series are restricted under provisions of the Freedom of Information Law and the Personal Privacy Protection Law./ Use under supervision of archivist./ Agency record NYSV86a380 describes the history and functions of the Dept. of Mental Hygiene resulting in creation of the records series./ Organization: Arranged in five subseries: Subseries 1, Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century Photographs, ca. 1880-1910, 1.5 c.f. (ca. 700 items); Subseries 2, Negatives, ca. 1948-1968, 4 c.f. (ca. 8,000 negatives); Subseries 3, Staff Photographer's Photograph, Negative, and Subject Files, 1950-1982 (bulk 1968-1978), 3.5 c.f.; Subseries 4, Color Slides and Snapshots, ca. 1978-1993, 2 c.f. (ca. 2,000 snapshots and slides); Subseries 5, Portraits of Directors, 1869-1993, .25 c.f. (11 photographs), and Subseries 6, Motion Pictures, ca. 1971, .3 c.f. (2 motion pictures)./ Subseries 1, Photographs, is arranged by photographic format. Subseries 3, Staff Photographer's Files, is arranged in rough alphabetical order by subject. Subseries 4, Color Slides and Snapshots, is arranged roughly by media. Subseries 5, Portraits of Directors, is arranged chronologically by tenure of director. Subseries 6, Motion Pictures, is arranged by film./ Associated materials: Series B1445, Willard State Hospital School of Nursing Records, contains additional photographs of similar subjects./ Container list./ An item list is available for Subseries 1, 19th Century Photographs./ These records were transferred to the State Archives by authorization 19069 when the facility closed in April, 1995./ Function: Documenting asylums./ Treating mental disorders./ Administrating psychiatric hospitals. OCLC: 80197170 "Director's Office Records of Trustees' Meetings" David S Brooke; George Heard Hamilton; Talcott Banks 1966-1989 http://maca.cdmhost.com/u?/p132501coll19,95 Location US,MA Library CLARK ART INST Author(s): Brooke, David S. Hamilton, George Heard. Banks, Talcott. Corp Author(s): Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute Abstract: These records appear to be from the Director's Office and span the tenures of David Brooke and George Heard Hamilton. The files are related to Trustees' meetings. There is one file for each meeting, containing the Director's report, minutes, handwritten notes, annotated reports, agendas, reports from committees, and / or reports from other departments to the Director. The information contained in these records ranges from financial planning and staffing decisions to loan requests and purchases of artwork. There is also a run of files spanning 1979 - 1988 pertaining to planning for meals and accommodations for the Trustees' meetings. Descriptor: Art museums. Art museums and community. Art museums -- Educational aspects. Art museums -- Employees. Art museums -- Exhibitions. Art museums -- Public relations. Genre/Form: Administrative reports. Code CLART

Agendas (Administrative reports). Annotations. Menus. Minutes. Official reports. Geographic: Williamstown (Mass.) Note(s): Bio/History: In 1950 Sterling and Francine Clark chartered the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute as a home for their extensive art collection. Opened to the public in 1955, the Institute has built upon this extraordinary group of works to become a highly respected art museum and one of the few institutions in the United States that combines a public art museum with a complement of research and academic programs, including a major art history library. General Info: Restrictions on Access: This material is restricted./ Custodial History: These records were moved to Storage A sometime after 1988. Organization: Arrangement of the Records: This collection is arranged by date, with one file corresponding to each Trustees' meeting. The series of files pertaining to planning for the meetings follows the records of the meetings themselves. Preferred citation: Preferred Citation: [Cite the item (as appropriate)], Director's Office Records of Trustees' Meetings, 1966-1989, Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute Records, Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, Massachusetts. Associated materials: Related Materials: These are not the official copies of the Trustees' meetings, which can be found in the Director's vault.Related or similar material can be found in the Photographs Separated from the Records of the Director's Office series and the Board of Trustees Meeting Records, 1950-present in the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute Records, Williamstown, Massachusetts. Class Descriptors: LC: CAI ARC 2007.03 Other Titles: Institutional records of the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute OCLC: 263030772 "Records and Papers of David Brooke, Director" 1975-1996 http://maca.cdmhost.com/u?/p132501coll19,960 Location Library US,MA CLARK ART INST Code CLART

Author(s): Brooke, David S. Brooke, David S. Hunter, Sam,; 1923Roeper, Susan,; 1957Clemens, Paul Lewis,; 1911-1992. Sawyer, John Edward,; 1954Banks, Talcott. Perry, Daniel,; d. 2002. Corut, Louise Hardouin. Allen, Herbert. Buckley, Charles E. Gerdts, William H. Lunde, Asbjorn,; 1927-

Ross, Frederick. Ross, Sherry. Soling, Chester P.,; 1931Swain, Phoebe. Tully, Alice,; 1902-1993. Wilson, Mathew. Wilson, Janet. Cutter, R. Ammi; b. 1902. ; (Richard Ammi), Kershaw, Joseph A. Haverkamp Begemann, Egbert. Shay, Barbara. Cunningham, Charles Crehore,; 1910-1979. Mochi, Ugo,; 1889-1977. McManus, G. Louis; d. 2003. ; (George Louis), Lauzon, June. Chapman, F. Douglas. Guille, Peter,; 1911-1970. Jordan, Robert Furneaux. Partenope, Venice C.; 1902-2004. ; (Venice Cecelia), Baxter, James Phinney,; 1893-1975. Cahill, Tim. Faison, S. Lane; 1907-2006. ; (Samson Lane), Hill, Claudia. Edwards, Juliana Cheney. Fitzgerald, Desmond. Ryerson, Martin A. Spaulding, John. Wertheim, Maurice,; 1886Collins, William J., d. 1960. Rinehart, Michael. Hellman, Geoffrey T. Holston, William. Robinson, Frank. Hlopoff, Rostislav, d. 1989. Hultberg, Eric. Weir, Mary Hayward. Brindley, Roy. Ittmann, William M. LaFarge, Louise Bancel. LaFarge, John. LaFarge, Benjamin. Greenough, Frances. Symington, Cecily. Reynolds, John S. Corp Author(s): Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute. ; Robert Sterling Clark Foundation. ; Chambers Furniture. ; Musée Gauguin. ; Knoedler Gallery (London, England) ; Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.) ; Metropolitan Club (New York, N.Y.) ; Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art. ; New Hoffman House (Hotel) ; Berry Bros. & Rudd. ; P. & D. Colnaghi & Co. ; Durand-Ruel Galleries (New York, N.Y.) ; Duveen Brothers. ; Hirschl & Adler Galleries. ; Wildenstein & Co. (London, England) ; Carson, Lundin & Thorson. Abstract: David S. Brooke, Director of the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute from 1977-1994, was born in Walton-on-Thames, England in 1931. He received his Bachelor's and Master's degrees from Harvard University.

Before joining the Clark, he served as assistant curator at the Fogg Art Museum in Cambridge, MA from 1960-1961, as assistant to the director at the Smith College Museum in Northampton, MA from 1963-1965, as chief curator at the Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto from 1965-1968, and as the director of the Currier Gallery of Art in Manchester, NH from 1968-1977. The majority of these records came from David Brooke's office but a smaller group was found at a later date in the Director's Vault. The records retrieved from Brooke's office are divided into categories of professional records and personal research. The professional records span a wide variety of museum concerns including research and planning for exhibitions, grant applications, the museum s acquisitions policy, budgets, annual reports, inventories, lists of artworks, correspondence, and speeches Brooke gave to students and staff. There are particularly extensive files of research on William Bouguereau and Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema. The Bouguereau research pertains to Brooke's 1983 publication "A Biography of Bouguereau's Nymphs and Satyr" and a 1985 exhibit "Bouguereau's Nymphs and Satyr: A Biography of a Painting." The files on Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema concern the acquisition of the Alma-Tadema painting, "The Women of Amphissa," in 1978, which was the first major acquisition during Brooke's tenure. The correspondence in this series contains exchanges with Clark staff, researchers, donors and lenders, and staff at other museums and foundations. The professional records also contain eulogies for John Edward Sawyer, George Heard Hamilton, and Talcott Banks, and poetry by Daniel Perry, architect of the 1955 building. There is an outline and bibliography of materials in the Clark Archives detailing the papers and articles left by RSC and listing articles written about the Clark family. There are daily planners for the years 1977-1992. There are several audiotapes of interviews with David Brooke and a videotape labeled "Portrait by Clemens." Brooke s research on RSC and the Clark family is divided into the categories of RSC Interests, Clark Family Research, Diary Photocopies, RSC Letters, Collectors, and Dealers. RSC Interests contains copies of excerpts from RSC's diaries, Brooke's notes, articles, and other research on topics that particularly interested RSC, such as horses, books, military history, and food and wine. The Clark Family Research includes articles, genealogical records, and folders of Brooke s notes on RSC and his family members. The Diary Photocopies section includes photocopies, transcripts, and indices of RSC' s diaries. RSC's letters includes both photocopies of letters to and from RSC, and Brooke s correspondence with people who knew RSC and other researchers about his research. The autobiography of Paul Clemens is also found in this section. The Collectors and Dealers sections contain Brooke's research about and correspondence with other prominent art collectors of Clark's time and art and book dealers with whom Clark dealt. Finally, this series includes an index of books on military history once owned by Robert Sterling Clark and currently in the collection of the Beinecke Library. The records from the Director's Vault contain planning materials and drafts of the 25th anniversary report, copies of director's reports, research about and correspondence with art dealers, photocopies of early institutional records such as the articles of incorporation and trustee meeting minutes from the 1950s, and photocopies of catalogue information for the RSC military library. Descriptor: Art museums. Art museum directors. Art collectors and collecting. Named Person: Bouguereau, William Adolphe, 1825-1905. Clark, Robert Sterling, 1877-1956.

Alma-Tadema, Lawrence, Sir, 1836-1912. Ray, Francoise, 1933Sowerby, Arthur de Carle, 1885-1954. Clark, Frederick Ambrose, 1881-1964. Clark, Edward, 1811-1882. Clark, Edward Severin, 1870-1933. Clark, Francine, d. 1960. Clark, Stephen Carlton, 1882-1960. Dyer, Davis. Grayson, Cary T. (Cary Travers), 1878-1938. Tefft, Ethel. Tefft, Erastus. Barnes, Albert C. (Albert Coombs), 1872-1951 Dale, Chester, b. 1883. Lewison, Adolph. Mellon, Paul. Pope, Alfred Atmore, 1844-1913. Ringling, John, 1866-1936. Durand-Ruel, Charles. Orpen, William Sir, 1878-1931. Genre/Form: Business letters. Clippings. Correspondence. Personal correspondence. Geographic: Williamstown (Mass.) Note(s): Bio/History: In 1950 Sterling and Francine Clark chartered the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute as a home for their extensive art collection. Opened to the public in 1955, the Institute has built upon this extraordinary group of works to become a highly respected art museum and one of the few institutions in the United States that combines a public art museum with a complement of research and academic programs, including a major art history library. General Info: Restrictions on Access: This material is currently restricted./ Custodial History: When David Brooke retired as director of the Clark in 1994, he was given an office in the area above the auditorium balcony (rooms 1973-U-503 and 501). The majority of these papers were stored in filing cabinets and boxes in these two rooms. Organization: Arrangement of the Papers: This collection is separated into Brooke's professional records and his personal research on the Clark family. There was little internal organization to the materials when they were received and, beyond grouping similar materials within records relating to the administration of the Institute and papers relating to Brooke's research into the Clark family, no further schema was imposed on the files. Preferred citation: Preferred Citation: [Cite the item (as appropriate)], Records and Papers of David Brooke, Director, 19771996, Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute Records, Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, Massachusetts. Associated materials: Related Materials: Related or similar material can be found in the following series in the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute Archives, Williamstown, Massachusetts: Sterling and Francine Clark Papers; Photographs Separated from the Records of the Director's Office; Curatorial Office Records of the Prints and Drawings Department; Director's Office Records of Exhibitions; Director's Office 1955-1977; Records of the Curator of Paintings; and Records of John H. Brooks; Institutional Oral Histories. Constituent Item: null.

Class Descriptors: LC: CAI ARC 2007.06 Other Titles: Institutional records of the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute. OCLC: 263131260 "Director's Office Records of Loan Requests" David S Brooke Michael Conforti 1980-1998 http://maca.cdmhost.com/u?/p132501coll19,710 Location Library US,MA CLARK ART INST Code CLART

Abstract: The Director's Office Records of Loan Requests include correspondence about accepted and rejected loan requests from other institutions for CAI artworks. The files primarily contain correspondence between the Director of the Clark and the Directors of the institutions requesting the loans. Several of the folders include reports on the value and condition of the artwork in question, interdepartmental memos between Clark staff members, and facility reports on the institution making the request. Author(s): Brooke, David S. Conforti, Michael. Corp Author(s): Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute. Year: 1980-1998 Descriptor: Art museums. Art museums -- Exhibitions. Genre/Form: Correspondence. Appraisals. Geographic: Williamstown (Mass.) Note(s): Bio/History: In 1950 Sterling and Francine Clark chartered the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute as a home for their extensive art collection. Opened to the public in 1955, the Institute has built upon this extraordinary group of works to become a highly respected art museum and one of the few institutions in the United States that combines a public art museum with a complement of research and academic programs, including a major art history library. General Info: Restrictions on Access: This material is currently restricted./ Custodial History: These records were moved to Storage A sometime after 1989. Organization: Arrangement of the Records: This collection is arranged chronologically by year and by loans accepted and loans rejected within each year. Preferred citation: Preferred Citation: [Cite the item (as appropriate)], Director's Office Records of Loan Requests 1980-1998, Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute Records, Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, Massachusetts. Associated materials: Related Materials: Related or similar material can be found in the Registrar's Office Records of Reproduction Rights in the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute Records, Williamstown, Massachusetts. Constituent Item: null.

Class Descriptors: LC: CAI ARC 2007.07 OCLC: 263176040

"Photographs Separated from the Director's Office Records" "1955-1998" Francine d 1960 Clark; Robert Sterling Clark; George Heard Hamilton; Francoise Ray http://maca.cdmhost.com/u?/p132501coll19,269 Location US,MA Library CLARK ART INST Code CLART

Abstract: These photographic materials were removed from the following series: CAI ARC 2007.01 The Records of the Director's Office 1955-1977; CAI ARC 2007.03 Director's Office Records of Trustees' Meetings; CAI ARC 2007.04 The Director's Office Records of Receptions, Events, Lectures; CAI ARC 2007.06 The Records of David Brooke; and CAI ARC 2007.07 The Director's Office Records of Loan Requests. The subjects of the photographs, negatives and slides is diverse and includes artwork, objects, events, the Clark campus, and much miscellaneous material. See the Archivist for a detailed listing of individual photos. Author(s): Clark, Francine, d. 1960. Clark, Robert Sterling,; 1877-1956. Hamilton, George Heard. Ray, Francoise,; 1933Corp Author(s): Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute. http://maca.cdmhost.com/cdm4/document.php?CISOROOT=/p132501coll19&CISOP TR=284&REC=2 Descriptor: Art museums. Art museums -- Educational aspects. Art museums and community. Art museums -- Employees. Art museums -- Exhibitions. Art museums -- Public relations. Genre/Form: Aerial photographs. Black-and-white photographs. Color photographs. Geographic: Williamstown (Mass.) Note(s): Bio/History: In 1950 Sterling and Francine Clark chartered the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute as a home for their extensive art collection. Opened to the public in 1955, the Institute has built upon this extraordinary group of works to become a highly respected art museum and one of the few institutions in the United States that combines a public art museum with a complement of research and academic programs, including a major art history library. General Info: Restrictions on Access: This material is currently restricted./ Custodial History: These materials resided in records stored in Storage A. They were removed from various series between March and May 2007. Organization: Arrangement of the Records: As each photo was removed, it was assigned an individual number and housed by size in archival photo boxes. Each photo resides in its own sleeve and the series, box and folder numbers, and

title of the folder from which the photo was removed are written on the sleeve. Identification of the subject matter is also written on the sleeve, to the extent it could be determined, either from the folder contents, reference in the records to the picture, or annotations on the photo itself. Preferred citation: Preferred Citation: [Cite the item (as appropriate)], Photographs Separated from the Records of the Director's Office, 1955-1998, Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute Records, Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, Massachusetts. Associated materials: Related Materials: Related or similar material can be found in the following series in the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute Records, Williamstown, Massachusetts: The Records of the Director's Office 1955-1977; Director's Office Records of Trustees' Meetings; The Director's Office Records of Receptions, Events, Lectures; The Records of David Brooke; and The Director's Office Records of Loan Requests. Class Descriptors: LC: CAI ARC 2007.08 Other Titles: Institutional records of the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute. OCLC: 263070720 "Last Will and Testament of Rev. Charles Avery" 1858 Publisher: Pittsburgh : W. S. Haven, 1858 LC: CT275.A95223 http://digital.library.pitt.edu/cgi-bin/t/text/textidx?c=pitttext;view=toc;idno=31735056290590 Descriptor: Wills -- Pennsylvania -- Pittsburgh. Named Person: Avery, Charles, 1784-1858 -- Will. Geographic: Pennsylvania -- History -- 1775-1865 -- Sources. http://firstsearch.oclc.org/WebZ/FSQUERY?dbname=WorldCat:searchtype=idblink:fo rmat=BI:next=html/records.html:bad=html/records.html:numrecs=10:index1=no% 3A:term1=214054178:sessionid=fsapp3-37863-fqpj72kacm96ml:searchtype=advanced http://firstsearch.oclc.org/WebZ/FSPage?pagetype=return_frameset:sessionid=fsap p7-49153-fqifm9lafgrx5p:entitypagenum=2:0:entityframedurl=http%3A%2F%2Fdigital.library.pitt.edu %2Fcgi-bin%2Ft%2Ftext%2Ftextidx%3Fc%3Dpitttext%3Bview%3Dtoc%3Bidno%3D31735056290590:entityframedtit le=WorldCat:entityframedtimeout=7:entityopenTitle=:entityopenAuthor=:entityopen Number=: Location Library US,PA UNIV OF PITTSBURGH OCLC: 214054178 "Anne Sexton Papers, (bulk 1953-1974)" 1912-1996 http://research.hrc.utexas.edu:8080/hrcxtf/view?docId=ead/00120.xml http://www.hrc.utexas.edu/research/fa/sexton.hp.html Location US,TX Library UNIV OF TEXAS, AUSTIN, HARRY RANSOM Author(s): Sexton, Anne, 1928-1974. Ames, Lois. Code HRH Code PIT

Amichai, Yehuda. Bearpark, Michael. Bellow, Saul. Benedikt, Michael,; 1935Bishop, Elizabeth,; 1911-1979. Bly, Robert. Brinnin, John Malcolm,; 1916Conant, Louise. Courier, Morton. Davison, Peter. Dickey, James. Eberhart, Richard,; 1904-2005. Fitts, Dudley,; 1903-1968. Goetz, Dorianne. Hall, Donald,; 1928Hazo, Samuel John. Hecht, Anthony. Hughes, Olwyn. Hughes, Ted,; 1930-1998. Hugo, Richard. Humphries, Rolf. Jong, Erica. Kennedy, X. J. Kevles, Barbara L. Kinnell, Galway,; 1927Kizer, Carolyn. Kumin, Maxine,; 1925Kunitz, Stanley,; 1905-2006. Legler, Philip,; 1928Levertov, Denise,; 1923-1997. Lowell, Robert,; 1917-1977. MacBeth, George. McCarthy, Jack. McClatchy, J. D. McGinley, Phyllis,; 1905-1978. Meredith, William. Merriam, Eve,; 1916-1992. Mood, John J. L. Moore, Marianne,; 1887-1972. Nims, John Frederick,; 1913-1999. Oates, Joyce Carol,; 1938O'Brien, Dennis,; 1931Olson, Tillie. Pack, Robert. Plath, Sylvia. Poulin, Al. Rich, Adrienne Cecile. Rukeyser, Muriel,; 1913-1980. Sarton, May,; 1912-1995. Seldes, Marian. Sexton, Alfred Muller, II. Sexton, Joyce Ladd. Sexton, Linda Gray. Shapiro, Karl Jay,; 1913-2000. Sherwood, Dick.

Simpson, Louis Ashton Marantz,; 1923Sissman, L. E.,; 1928-1976. Skelton, Robin. Smith, Alice,; 1950Snodgrass, W. D.; 1926-2009. ; (William De Witt), Spender, Stephen. Spivak, Kathleen. Starbuck, George,; 1931Strand, Mark,; 1934Summers, Hollis Spurgeon,; 1916Susa, Conrad. Sweeney, Brian. Swenson, May. Tillinghast, Richard. Tureck, Rosalyn. Untermeyer, Louis,; 1895-1977. Updike, John. Vendler, Helen Hennessy. Wakoski, Diane. Whittmore, Reed,; 1919Wilder, Anne. Williams, C. K.; 1936- ; (Charles Kenneth), Williams, Oscar,; 1900-1964. Wright, James Arlington,; 1927-1980. Zucker, Jack. Corp Author(s): Houghton, Mifflin and Company. ; Hudson Review. ; New Yorker. ; Oxford University Press. ; Radcliffe College Institute for Independent Study. ; Sterling Lord Agency. Action Note: Actions: cataloged Date: 19980515 Agent: csj Materials: Papers Abstract: Manuscripts, correspondence, financial records, contracts with her publishers, notes from her presentations, and samples of her students' poetry comprise the bulk of the Anne Sexton Papers, 1912-1996 (bulk 1953-1974). The collection is organized into three series, with materials arranged alphabetically by title or author. The papers thoroughly explore Sexton's writing career from her earliest poems to the materials published after her death. Working copies of all the major collections of verse are included, as are multiple versions of her best known play, Mercy Street. Individual poems demonstrate Sexton's editing methods, as do various published and unpublished short stories. Diaries, interviews, articles, and materials from her many presentations fill out the Works series. Correspondence includes a variety of Sexton's personal and business correspondence. There is a large quantity of correspondence with colleges and institutions requesting readings or Sexton's attendence at various functions, as well as communication between Sexton and magazines, her publishers, fellow poets, students, friends, and family. Of particular note are letters between Sexton and Lois Amos, Michael Bearpark, Saul Bellow, Michael Benedikt, Elizabeth Bishop, Louise Conant, Morton Courier, Dorianne Goetz, Anthony Hecht, Houghton, Mifflin and Company, The Hudson Review, Barbara Kevles, Maxine Kumin, Philip Legler, Robert Lowell, George MacBeth, Jack McCarthy, John Mood, Marianne Moore, The New Yorker, Dennis O'Brien, Tillie Olson, Oxford University Press, Sylvia Plath, Al Poulin, Alfred Sexton, Dick Sherwood, Robin Skelton, Alice Smith, William Snodgrass, George Starbuck, Brian Sweeney, John Updike, Anne Wilder, and James Wright. The remainder of the material is composed of drafts of other authors' works, fan mail sent to Sexton, school memorabilia, photographs of Sexton and others, a notebook of newspaper clippings about Sexton kept by

Alice Smith, a letter from William Wallace Denslow to Arthur Staples in 1912, and a set of page proofs for a German translation of Anne Sexton: A Self-Portrait in Letters, published in 1996. Descriptor: American poetry. Fantasy. Love poetry, American. Poets, American -- 20th century. Genre/Form: Diaries. Journals. Juvenilia. Legal documents. Love letters. Photographs. Post cards. Note(s): Bio/History: American poet. General Info: Limited photocopies can be provided upon receipt of written authorization from the copyright holder./ An unpublished finding aid with folder level control is available in the repository and at the URL below. Organization: Organized in three series: I. Works, 1958-1978 (16 boxes), II. Correspondence, 1939-1974 (13 boxes), and III. Miscellaneous, 1912-1996 (11 boxes) OCLC: 122492286 "Papers of Charles Wright" 1951-2003 http://www.lib.iastate.edu/arch/rgrp/11-6-54.html "Vincent van Gogh: with and introd. and notes selected from the letters of the artist" http://www.worldcat.org/wcpa/servlet/OUFrame?url=%3D%3FUTF8%3FB%3FaHR0cDovL2ZpcnN0c2VhcmNoLm9jbGMub3JnL1dlYlovRlNPcGVuVVJMP2R hdGFiYXNlPTMmZGJuYW1lPVdvcmxkQ2F0JmF1dGhvPTEwMDE0NjIwOSZ0aW1lc3Rhb XA9MjQmZW5jcnlwdGlvbj1hZjc3ZTUzMmIyOGQwMWVmZDcxZmNlZWNkOGFjNWI2O SZvY2xjbnVtPXR0ZWVrZWhzcSZ0aXRsZT1WaW5jZW50K3ZhbitHb2doKyUzQSt3aXRo K2FuK2ludHJvZC4rYW5kK25vdGVzK3NlbGVjdGVkK2Zyb20rdGhlK2xldHRlcnMrb2YrdG hlK2FydGlzdCslM0ErYW5kK2ErYmlibGlvZ3JhcGh5JTJDK2NvbXByaXNpbmcrYStjYXRhb G9ndWUrb2YrdGhlK2xpdGVyYXR1cmUrcHVibGlzaGVkK2Zyb20rMTg5MCt0aHJvdWdoK zE5NDAmYXVsYXN0PUdvZ2gmZGF0ZT0xOTY2JnNlc3Npb25pZD0w%3F%3D&title=FS OpenURL&linktype=FSOpenURL&detail=ORX%3Anoframes and https://www.alibris.com/search/books/qwork/7049197/used/Vincent%20van%20Go gh;%20with%20an%20introduction%20and%20notes%20selected%20from%20the %20letters%20of%20the%20artist "Address book: the Metropolitan Museum of Art" 1978 78123849 http://www.worldcat.org/wcpa/servlet/OUFrame?url=%3D%3FUTF8%3FB%3FaHR0cDovL2ZpcnN0c2VhcmNoLm9jbGMub3JnL1dlYlovRlNPcGVuVVJMP2R hdGFiYXNlPTMmZGJuYW1lPVdvcmxkQ2F0JmF1dGhvPTEwMDE0NjIwOSZ0aW1lc3Rhb XA9MjQmZW5jcnlwdGlvbj05ODk0ZTNlZTNlNjg2ZWNhZWI4MTQ4Yjg3ZGUxMjI4YSZv Y2xjbnVtPWhrZXR1a294JnRpdGxlPUFkZHJlc3MrYm9vayslM0ErdGhlK01ldHJvcG9saXR hbitNdXNldW0rb2YrQXJ0LiZkYXRlPTE5Nzgmc2Vzc2lvbmlkPTA%3D%3F%3D&title=FS OpenURL&linktype=FSOpenURL&detail=ORX%3Anoframes "Records, (bulk 1807-1900) Farmers Bank of the State of Delaware"

1785-1900 Named Person: Bayard, James A. (James Asheton), 1799-1880. Blackiston, Ebenezer, d. 1829. Cardon de Sandrans, Alexandre, b. 1787. Caverly, Peter, fl. 1805-1830. Chauncey, Elihu, 1779-1847. Comegys, Cornelius P. (Cornelius Parsons), 1780-1851. Cooch, Francis L., fl. 1805. Couper, James, Sr., fl. 1810-1835. Crawford, William Harris, 1772-1834. Dallas, Alexander James, 1759-1817. Du Pont, Charles I. (Charles Irénée), 1797-1869. Du Pont, Eleuthère Irénée, 1771-1834. Gilpin, Thomas, 1776-1853. Harper, James, d. 1820. Johns, Kensey, 1759-1848. McLane, Louis, 1786-1857. Read, George, 1765-1836. Richardson, Joseph, d. 1833. Ridgely, Henry M. (Henry Moore), 1779-1847. Rumsey, John, fl. 1810-1825. Waples, William D. (William Dagworthy), d. 1841. Named Corp: Bank of the United States (1816-1836). Farmers Bank of the State of Delaware. "Delaware banking records" Bank of Delaware Bank of the United States Bank of Wilmington and Brandywine Comercial Bank of Delaware Union Bank of Delaware 1797-1946 Chiefly bank notes, checks, and stock certificates from various Delaware banks including Bank of Delaware (1797-1929; 4 folders), Bank of the United States (18161840; 1 folder), Bank of Wilmington and Brandywine (1810-1878; 1 folder), Commercial Bank of Delaware (1812-1819; 1 folder), Farmers' Bank (1815-1946; 2 folders), Union Bank of Delaware (1860-1869; 1 folder); together with records from other banks Corp Author(s): Bank of Delaware. ; Bank of the United States (1791-1811) ; Bank of Wilmington and Brandywine. ; Commercial Bank of Delaware. ; Farmers' Bank of the State of Delaware. ; Union Bank of Delaware. (firstsearch.oclc.org) "Papers" Pierre S Du Pont 1880-1954 Named Person: Ahuja, Elias, b. 1908. Belin, Charles A., 1877-1931. Belin, Henry, 1843-1917. Bryan, William Jennings, 1860-1925. Butler, Nicholas Murray, 1862-1947. Carpenter, R. R. M. (Robert Ruliph Morgan), 1877-1949. Crowninshield, Louise du Pont, 1877-1958. Donaldson, William A. Du Pont, Alexis I. (Alexis Irénée), 1843-1904.

Du Pont, Alfred I. (Alfred Irénée), 1864-1935. Du Pont, Alice Belin, 1872-1944. Du Pont, B. G. (Bessie Gardner), 1864-1949. Du Pont, Eleuthère Irénée, 1771-1834. Du Pont, Francis Gurney, 1850-1904. Du Pont, H. A. (Henry Algernon), 1838-1926. Du Pont, Lammot, 1831-1884. Du Pont, Pierre S. (Pierre Samuel), 1870-1954. Du Pont, T. Coleman (Thomas Coleman), 1863-1930. Eastman, Joseph B. (Joseph Bartlett), 1882-1944. Greenewalt, Crawford H., 1902-1993. Hoover, J. Edgar (John Edgar), 1895-1972. Kettering, Charles Franklin, 1876-1958. Knudsen, William S., 1879-1948. Maxim, Hudson, 1853-1927. Prosser, Seward, 1871-1942. Raskob, John J. (John Jakob), 1879-1950. Ripley, William Zebina, 1867-1941. Sargent, John Singer, 1856-1925. Sloan, Alfred P. (Alfred Pritchard), 1875-1966. Young, Robert R., 1897-1958. Named Corp: American Church Institute for Negroes. American Taxpayers League. Atlas Powder Company. Bankers Trust Company (New York, N.Y.). Bellanca Aircraft Corporation. Brooklyn Ferry Company. Business Advisory and Planning Council for the Dept. of Commerce (U.S.) Carnegie Steel Company. Cayadutta Chemical Company. Chamber of Commerce (Wilmington, Del.). Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America. Chester County Hospital (West Chester, Pa.). Christiana Securities Company. Consumers League of Delaware. Delaware. Liquor Commission. Dunlop Tire and Rubber Corporation. E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company. Empire State Club (New York, N.Y.). Farmers Bank of the State of Delaware. General Reduction Corporation. General Silk Corporation. Giant Powder Company. Hercules Powder Company. Klots Throwing Company. Laflin and Rand Powder Company. Lehigh Valley Traction Company. Longwood Foundation. Lorain Gas Company. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. National Bureau of Economic Research. National Child Labor Committee (U.S.). National City Bank of New York. National Civic Federation. National Industrial Conference Board.

Philadelphia, Baltimore & Washington Railroad Company. Regional Planning Federation of the Philadelphia Tri-State District. Society of Chemical Industry (Great Britain). Standard Arms Manufacturing Company. Submarine Boat Corporation. University of Delaware. Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. William Penn Charter School. Wilmington and Kennett Turnpike Company. Wilmington and Philadelphia Traction Company. Wilmington Institute Free Library (Del.). Wilmington Trust Company. Wistar Association.

book list part 2 Diaries,
Deborah Norris Logan 1815-1839 Location US,DE Library WINTERTHUR MUS, GARDEN & LIBR Code DLH

Abstract: These diaries reflect the political, religious, and cultural developments of the 1820s and 1830s in America and abroad. There are biographical notes on George Washington, Joseph and Napoleon Bonaparte, Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, William Penn, Lafayette and many others. Deborah Logan counted among her many friends Charles Willson Peale, and members of the Wistar, Rotch, Dickinson, and Latimer families. Other topics of interest include slavery, financial conditions, epidemics and deaths, the weather, astronomical events, household and social activities, Deborah's greenhouse and her children and relatives. Descriptor: Portrait painters -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia. Epidemics -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia. Funeral rites and ceremonies -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia. Slavery -- United States. Religion. Poetry. Politicians. Political science. Quakers -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia. Manners and customs. Astronomy -- Observations -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia. Home economics -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia. Finance, Personal -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia. Medical care -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia. Voyages and travels. Cookery -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia. Women -- Diaries. Upper classes -- Social life and customs. Yellow fever -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia. Named Person: Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790. Washington, George, 1732-1799. Joseph Bonaparte, King of Spain, 1768-1844. Napoleon I, Emperor of the French, 1769-1821. Penn, William, 1644-1718.

Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826. Peale, Charles Willson, 1741-1827. Logan, James, 1674-1751. Logan, George, 1753-1821. Logan, William, 1718-1776. Norris, Issac, 1701-1776. Lafayette, Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert du Motier, marquis de, 17571834. Butler family. Wistar family. Dickinson family. Rotch family. Latimer family. Logan family. Accession No: OCLC: 122459431 "Papers (part 2) " 1925-1983 Hugh Scott "You know him." Douglas Borgstedt "You know him." Jimmy Hatlo "You know him." Fred D Seibel "You know him." Standard No: LCCN: 89-798475 Abstract: Cartoonists include Douglas Borgstedt, Jimmy Hatlo, and Fred Seibel. Correspondents include Ralph Abernathy, Spiro Agnew, George D. Aiken, Carl Bert Albert, James B. Allen, Gordon Allot, James Bayard Anderson, Walter H. Annenberg, Les AuCoin, Howard H. Baker, Milton G. Baker, Dewey F. Bartlett, Birch Bayh, J. Glenn Beall, Henry Bellmon, David-Ben Gurion, Wallace F. Bennett, J. Caleb Boggs, Willy Brandt, Ralph O. Brewster, William Emerson Brock, Raymond J. Broderick, Edward William Brooke, Clarence J. Brown, James Lane Buckley, Dean Burch, Quentin N. Burdick, George Bush, Harry Flood Byrd, Robert C. Byrd, Gordon Canfield, Howard W. Cannon, Clifford P. Case, Francis H. Case, Frank Church, Joseph S. Clark, Tom C. Clark, Lucius D. Clay, Marion Scott Concannon, John Bowden Connally, Marlow W. Cook, John Sherman Cooper, Robert J. Corbett, Norris Cotton, Lawrence Coughlin, Carl T. Curtis, John N. Dalton, Thomas E. Dewey, Richardson Dilworth, Everett McKinley Dirksen, Robert J. Dole, Pete Domenici, Peter H. Dominick, Roscoe Drummond, Pierre S. Du Pont, James H. Duff, John Foster Dulles, James O. Eastland, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Mamie Doud Eisenhower, Sam J. Ervin, Rowland Evans, Paul J. Fannin, Hiram Fong, Gerald R. Ford, Abe Fortas, J. William Fulbright, John William Gardner, Jake Garn, Mills E. Godwin, Barry M. Goldwater, Charles E. Goodell, William J. Green, Charles D. Griffin, Robert P. Griffin, Joseph R. Grundy, and Edward J. Gurney. Additional correspondents include Armand Hammer, Clifford P. Hansen, Philip A. Hart, Orrin Hatch, Mark O. Hatfield, Carl Trumball Hayden, John Heinz, Jesse Helms, Christian Archibald Herter, Bourke B. Hickenlooper, A. Linwood Holton, J. Edgar Hoover, Roman L. Hruska, Walter D. Huddleston, Hubert H. Humphrey, Henry M. Jackson, Jacob K. Javits, Leon Jaworski, Lady Bird Johnson, Lyndon B. Johnson, and Len B. Jordan

Named Person: Albert, Carl Bert, 1908-2000. -- Correspondence. Anderson, James Bayard, 1922- -- Correspondence. Baker, Milton G. (Milton Grafly), 1899-1976 -- Correspondence. Ben-Gurion, David, 1886-1973 -- Correspondence. Brandt, Willy, 1913-1992 -- Correspondence. Brewster, Ralph O. (Ralph Owen), 1888-1961 -- Correspondence. Abernathy, Ralph, 1926-1990 -- Correspondence. Aiken, George D. (George David), 1892-1984 -- Correspondence. Allen, James B. (James Browning), 1912-1978 -- Correspondence. Allott, Gordon, 1907-1989 -- Correspondence. Annenberg, Walter H., 1908-2002. -- Correspondence. AuCoin, Les -- Correspondence. Baker, Howard H. (Howard Henry), 1925- -- Correspondence. Bartlett, Dewey F. -- Correspondence. Bayh, Birch, 1928- -- Correspondence. Beall, J. Glenn (John Glenn), 1927-2006 -- Correspondence. Bellmon, Henry -- Correspondence. Bennett, Wallace F. (Wallace Foster), 1898- -- Correspondence. Boggs, J. Caleb (James Caleb), 1909- -- Correspondence. Brock, William Emerson, 1930- -- Correspondence. Brooke, Edward William, 1919- -- Correspondence. Buckley, James Lane, 1923- -- Correspondence. Burdick, Quentin N. (Quentin Northrup), 1908- -- Correspondence. Bush, George, 1924- -- Correspondence. Byrd, Robert C. -- Correspondence. Case, Clifford P. (Clifford Philip), 1904-1982 -- Correspondence. Agnew, Spiro T., 1918-1996 -- Correspondence. Brown, Clarence J., 1893-1965 -- Correspondence. Burch, Dean, 1927- -- Correspondence. Byrd, Harry Flood, 1914- -- Correspondence. Connally, John Bowden, 1917-1993. -- Correspondence. Cooper, John Sherman, 1901-1991 -- Correspondence. Cotton, Norris, 1900- -- Correspondence. Coughlin, Lawrence, 1929- -- Correspondence. Curtis, Carl T. (Carl Thomas), 1905- -- Correspondence. Dalton, John N. -- Correspondence. Dewey, Thomas E. (Thomas Edmund), 1902-1971 -- Correspondence. Dole, Robert J., 1923- -- Correspondence. Domenici, Pete -- Correspondence. Dominick, Peter H. (Peter Hoyt), 1915-1981 -- Correspondence. Drummond, Roscoe, 1924- -- Correspondence. Du Pont, Pierre S. -- Correspondence. Eisenhower, Dwight D. (Dwight David), 1890-1969 -- Correspondence. Eisenhower, Mamie Doud, 1896-1979. -- Correspondence. Ervin, Sam J. (Sam James), 1896-1985 -- Correspondence. Fannin, Paul J. (Paul Jones), 1907- -- Correspondence. Fong, Hiram, 1907-2004 -- Correspondence. Ford, Gerald R., 1913-2006 -- Correspondence. Fortas, Abe -- Correspondence. Fulbright, J. William (James William), 1905- -- Correspondence. Gardner, John William, 1912- -- Correspondence. Garn, Jake -- Correspondence. Godwin, Mills E. (Mills Edwin), 1914- -- Correspondence. Goldwater, Barry M. (Barry Morris), 1909- -- Correspondence. Goodell, Charles E. (Charles Ellsworth), 1926-1987 -- Correspondence.

Griffin, Charles D. (Charles Donald), 1906- -- Correspondence. Griffin, Robert P. (Robert Paul), 1923- -- Correspondence. Gurney, Edward J. (Edward John), 1914- -- Correspondence. Hammer, Armand, 1897- -- Correspondence. Hansen, Clifford P. (Clifford Peter), 1912- -- Correspondence. Hart, Philip A. (Philip Aloysius), 1912-1976 -- Correspondence. Hatch, Orrin, 1934- -- Correspondence. Hatfield, Mark O., 1922- -- Correspondence. Hayden, Carl Trumbull, 1877-1972 -- Correspondence. Heinz, John, 1938-1991 -- Correspondence. Helms, Jesse -- Correspondence. Holton, A. Linwood (Abner Linwood), 1923- -- Correspondence. Hruska, Roman L. (Roman Lee), 1904- -- Correspondence. Huddleston, Walter D. (Walter Darlington), 1926- -- Correspondence. Humphrey, Hubert H. (Hubert Horatio), 1911-1978 -- Correspondence. Javits, Jacob K. (Jacob Koppel), 1904-1986 -- Correspondence. Jaworski, Leon -- Correspondence. Johnson, Lady Bird, 1912- -- Correspondence. Johnson, Lyndon B. (Lyndon Baines), 1908-1973 -- Correspondence. Jordan, Len B. (Len Beck), 1899- -- Correspondence. Canfield, Gordon, 1898-1972 -- Correspondence. Church, Frank -- Correspondence. Clark, Tom C. (Tom Campbell), 1899-1977 -- Correspondence. Clark, Joseph S. -- Correspondence. Clay, Lucius D. (Lucius DuBignon), 1897-1978 -- Correspondence. Concannon, Marion Scott -- Correspondence. Cook, Marlow W. (Marlow Webster), 1926- -- Correspondence. Dilworth, Richardson, 1898-1974 -- Correspondence. Dirksen, Everett McKinley -- Correspondence. Duff, James H. (James Henderson), 1883-1969 -- Correspondence. Dulles, John Foster, 1888-1959 -- Correspondence. Eastland, James O. (James Oliver), 1904-1986 -- Correspondence. Evans, Rowland, 1921- -- Correspondence. Green, William J. (William Joseph), 1938- -- Correspondence. Herter, Christian Archibald, 1895-1966 -- Correspondence. Hickenlooper, Bourke B. (Bourke Blakemore), 1896-1971 -- Correspondence. Hoover, J. Edgar (John Edgar), 1895-1972 -- Correspondence. Jackson, Henry M. (Henry Martin), 1912-1983 -- Correspondence. Cannon, Howard W. -- Correspondence. Case, Francis H. (Francis Higbee), 1896-1962 -- Correspondence. Corbett, Robert J. (Robert James), 1905-1971 -- Correspondence. Grundy, Joseph R. (Joseph Ridgway), 1863-1961 -- Correspondence. OCLC: 28411747 "Papers (part 1)" Hugh Scott "Mr. Dennis, put." 1925-1983 Location Library US,DC US,VA LIBRARY OF CONGRESS/NUCMC UNIV OF VIRGINIA Code NUCMC VA@

Standard No: LCCN: 89-798474 Abstract: Personal, law, political, and congressional files; scrapbooks, cartoons,

memorabilia, photos, audio tapes, movies, phonograph records, and oral history interviews. Personal papers (1940-1976) contain family and professional (legal) correspondence, and papers relating to Scott's service in U.S. Naval Reserve (1940-1963) and lectureship at Balliol College, Oxford (1964-1968). Political papers contain material on Pennsylvania and U.S. politics, Republican Party, Republican National Committee, state and national campaigns, press relations, copies of speeches and articles, and drafts of Scott's book, Come to the Party (1968). Congressional papers cover primarily senatorial years and contain casework files on topics of interest to constituents, minority leader files, legislative files on specific bills as well as broad topics, files on bills sponsored by Scott, his voting record, Congressional Record remarks, form letters for constituent mail, guest and appointment books, and invitations and announcements. Topics include aeronautics, affirmative action programs, aging, agriculture, broadcasting, U.S. budget, campaign fund raising and management, child abuse, civil rights, coal mines and mining, copyright, trademark and patent laws, crime prevention, draft, drug abuse, education, foreign diplomatic and commercial relations, immigration and naturalization, energy conservation, environmental policy, firearms regulation, and internal security. Topics include law enforcement, foreign military assistance, military bases, national parks, public welfare, railroad regulations, SALT talks, small business, senatorial committees, taxes, unemployment, U.S. Armed Forces, postal service, Watergate affair, & Young Republicans. Papers contain files on resignation of Richard Nixon & the accession of Gerald Ford, including Scott's meetings with Mike Mansfield to plan organization & procedure for an impeachment trial; Scott's 1972 & 1976 China trips; normalization of relations with People's Republic of China; Panama Canal treaties; lectures at English universities; other trips abroad. Additional topics include trip to U.S.-U.S.S.R. parliamentary conference; Spiro Agnew's resignation; leadership meetings at the White House; Supreme Court confirmations; Scott's 1964 and 1970 Senate campaigns & his races for minority leader & minority whip; campaigns of other senators; confirmation of Nelson Rockefeller as vice-president; investigation of Henry Kissinger for wire tapping; Oriental art; fund raising for Randolph-Macon College (Ashland, Va.); University of Virginia Board of Visitors; Board of Foreign Scholarships; Commission on Critical Choices for Americans; Asia Society; Youth for Understanding; & Smithsonian Institution's Board of Regents General Info: Finding aid published in: National Inventory of Documentary Sources in the United States, microfiche 4.19.324./ Gifts, 1976-1983. OCLC: 28411736 Papers, Pew family. 1817-1965 Location Library US,DE HAGLEY MUS & LIBR Code DEH

Abstract: The personal papers of the Pew family were originally part of the Sun Company records but were separated for administrative reasons in 1984. This collection documents family matters, political activities, and charitable contributions. Of particular interest are files of J. Newton Pew, Jr., relating to his role with the Republican National Committee, which describe conservative

Republican opposition to Franklin Roosevelt and the New Deal. Correspondents include Herbert Hoover, Thomas Dewey, Hugh Scott, Dwight Eisenhower, Barry Goldwater, and Richard Nixon. J. Newton Pew Jr.'s purchase of the "THE FARM JOURNAL" and "THE FARMER'S WIFE" and the role that these journals came to play in Republican politics in the Middle West is also described. Also of interest are files documenting the establishment of Grove City College, The Pew Memorial Trust, and Glenmede Trust Company. The papers of J. Howard Pew are in three series. The first consists of personal files (1939-1971) dealing with his political, religious and charitable activities, including his work with the Presbyterian Church, his friendship with Billy Graham and his support of CHRISTIAN ECONOMICS and CHRISTIANITY TODAY. The second is a parallel series of files (1924-1933) segregated from his official executive files in the Sun Oil Company records. The third series consists of speeches and articles (1931-1960) reflecting Pew's strong religious, political and business philosophy. The papers of J. Edgar Pew are few in number, many of them relating to property and charitable contributions. His son John G. Pew is represented only by a few files and newsclippings, particularly concerning his involvement with the Glenmede Trust Company. The papers of Arthur E. Pew, Jr. date from 1927-1938 and consist of records of charitable contributions, family finances and the Family Society of Philadelphia, of which he was a director. SUBJECT(S) Descriptor: Anti-communist movements. Business and politics. Charities. Charity organization. Conservatism. Corporations -- Political activity. Endowments. Industry and state. New Deal, 1933-1939. Petroleum industry and trade. Named Person: Andrews, Roy Chapman, 1884-1960. DeMille, Cecil B. (Cecil Blount), 1881-1959. Dewey, Thomas E. (Thomas Edmund), 1902-1971. Eisenhower, Dwight D. (Dwight David), 1890-1969. Gannett, Frank E. (Frank Ernest), 1876-1957. Goldwater, Barry M. (Barry Morris), 1909-1998. Graham, Billy, 1918-. Hewes, Thomas, d.1957. Hoover, Herbert, 1874-1964. Johnson, Robert L. (Robert Livingston), 1894-1966. Leisenring, E. B. (Edward Barnes), 1895-1952. Morley, Felix, 1894-1982. Nixon, Richard M. (Richard Milhous), 1913-1994. Pew, Arthur E., 1875-1916. Pew, Arthur E., 1898-1965. Pew, J. Edgar (James Edgar), 1870-1946. Pew, J. Howard (John Howard), 1882-1971. Pew, John, 1800-1884. Pew, John G., 1902-1982. Pew, Joseph N. (Joseph Newton), 1848-1912. Pew, Joseph N. (Joseph Newton), 1886-1963. Pew family.

Scott, Hugh, 1900-1994. Thomas, Lowell, 1892-1981. Vandenberg, Arthur H. (Arthur Hendrick), 1884-1951. Named Corp: American Petroleum Institute. Beaver Valley Railroad Company. Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church (Pa.) Cecil B. DeMille Foundation. Farm Journal, Inc. Foundation for Vision, Inc. Glenmede Trust Company. Grove City College. Linden Oil Company. Merion Cricket Club. National Association of Manufacturers (U.S.) O'Connell Oil Company. Pew Memorial Foundation. Pew Memorial Trust. Powhatan Coal Company. Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Radnor Hunt Club (Pa.) Republican National Committee (U.S.) Sun Oil Company. Sun Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company. Union League of Philadelphia. Title Subject: The Farm Journal. The Farmer's Wife. Pathfinder Magazine. Note(s): Bio/History: John Pew emigrated to the United States from Scotland in 1796 and settled in Mercer, Pennsylvania, where he became active in the Presbyterian Church. His grandson, Joseph Newton Pew, established a series of oil and natural gas companies in Titusville, Pennsylvania, and Ohio during the late 19th century which eventually grew into the Sun Oil Company. After Sun was established in 1890, Joseph Newton Pew began grooming his sons and nephews to take over the business. Pew's personal interests included the Presbyterian Church and Grove City College, where he was Chairman of the Board of Trustees from 1895 until his death in 1912. His heirs continued to support both the Church and the College until the late 20th century. General Info: Literary rights retained by depositor./ Organization: Group I. Collected family documents; Group II. Papers of J.N. Pew, Sr.; Group III. Papers of Arthur E. Pew; Group IV. Papers of J. Howard Pew; Group V. Papers of J.N. Pew, Jr.; Group VI. Papers of J. Edgar Pew; Group VII. Papers of Arthur E. Pew, Jr.; Group VIII. Papers of John G. Pew./ Associated materials: Related material in: Hagley Museum and Library,/ Sun Oil Company Records, Accession 1317./ Related material in: Hagley Museum and Library,/ J. Howard Pew papers, Accession 1634./ Unpublished finding aid available at the repository./ Occupation: Philanthropists. OCLC: 122396829 "You know John Pew." "Andrew C. Lawson papers" (bulk 1890-1951). Andrew C Lawson 1890-1951 http://www.oac.cdlib.org/findaid/ark:/13030/tf400003j0

Location Library US,CA UNIV OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY

Code CUY

Abstract: The Andrew C. Lawson papers, 1880-1954, consist of personal and professional papers related to Lawson's career in geology an as a professor at the University of California, Berkeley during the first half of the twentieth Century. Of particular note are Lawson's records documenting his work as chairman of the California Earthquake Investigation Commission. Included in the collection are project files, field notebooks, correspondence, writings, maps, and subject files, as well as, some biographical material and property files. Descriptor: Geology. San Francisco Earthquake and Fire, Calif., 1906. Named Corp: University of California, Berkeley. Dept. of Geology and Geophysics. Geological Survey of Canada. Geological Survey (U.S.) Geological Society of America. California. State Earthquake Investigation Commission.

General Info: Finding aid/ available in the library and online. Preferred citation: Preferred citation: Andrew C. Lawson Papers, BANC MSS C-B 602, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley. Associated materials: Photographs transferred to the Pictorial Collections of The Bancroft Library (BANC PIC 1957.003-.007) OCLC: 82308052 "Family papers" (bulk 1880-1954) Parsons Family George Parsons Henry Parsons William Usher Parsons Edwin Parsons 1838-1956 http://www.library.umaine.edu/speccoll/FindingAids/ParsonsFamilyPapers.htm Location Library US,ME UNIV OF MAINE AT ORONO Code MEU

Place: United States; Maine; York County; Kennebunk.; United States; Georgia.; United States; Georgia; Chatham County; Savannah.; United States; Alabama.; United States; Alabama; Colbert County; Sheffield.; United States; South Carolina.; United States; New York; New York. Abstract: The Parsons family papers contain the business records and personal papers of members of a family who maintained a home in Kennebunk, Maine, while conducting business in New York City and in the South. The collection centers on the papers of George Parsons and his sons, Henry and William Usher Parsons. They reflect the involvement of the family in the banking, interurban railroad, steel and coal businesses, primarily in Georgia, South Carolina, and Alabama. The papers of Henry Parsons make up the bulk of the collection. His correspondence, a mixture of business, financial and personal, forms the largest section of his papers. He

corresponded regularly with all of his siblings as well as with friends and business associates. The long time span of the letters and their concentration on business give insight into the financial history of a wealthy family and the changing financial history of the country, especially during the Great Depression. Descriptor: Street-railroads -- Georgia. Street-railroads -- South Carolina. Coke industry -- Alabama. Coal trade -- Alabama. Electric utilities -- South Carolina -- Columbia. Electric utilities -- Alabama -- Sheffield. Family trusts. Named Person: Parsons, George, 1826-1907. Parsons, Henry, 1866-1954. Parsons, William Usher, 1873-1933. Parsons, Edwin, 1823-1895. Parsons family. Named Corp: Savannah, Thunderbolt and Isle of Hope Railway (Ga.). South Carolina and Georgia Railroad Company. Sheffield Company. Bank of Middle Georgia (Macon, Ga.). Sloss-Sheffield Steel and Iron Company. Sunny Pecan Orchards Company (Ga.) George Parsons Sons (New York, N.Y.). Note(s): Bio/History: George Parsons was born in 1826 in Alfred, Maine, the son of William and Mary Parsons. Before the Civil War George and his older brother Edwin became cotton merchants. After the war they turned their business interests toward railroads and mining. Edwin Parsons died in 1895. In the 1880's George entered the street railway business in the Savannah, Georgia, area. In 1902 he became interested in the development of Sheffield, Alabama, and in 1903 formed the Sheffield Company which built an interurban railway, a power plant and a waterworks. In 1865 he married Sarah Elizabeth Eddy of Fall River, Massachusetts. They had seven children. George Parsons died on December 4, 1907; Sarah Parsons died on October 28, 1918./ Henry Parsons, the eldest son of George and Sarah, was born in Fall River, Massachusetts in 1866. He was very active in the various business interests of his father. Sometime in the 1920's he seems to have begun to spend longer and longer periods at the family home in Kennebunk, Maine, entering into the life of the town and contributing to its civic and charitable organizations. He never married and died on December 8, 1954./ William Usher Parsons was born in Kennebunk, Maine, in 1873. Known as Usher to his family he studied law at Columbia from 1895-1897, was a clerk at a law firm in New York City, 1897-1900, assistant United States Attorney in New York, 1900-1902, and practiced law independently in New York from 1902 to 1907. He then entered various family businesses. He married Katharine Corbin in 1897 and lived in Ardsley, Irvington, New York. They had three children. Usher died in Birmingham, Alabama, on May 30, 1933. General Info: No restrictions on access/ Information on literary rights available in the repository./ Organization: The papers are arranged in four series: Business records, Personal papers, Records of Parsons family trusts, and Ancillary materials. Each series has several sub-series./ Preferred citation: Cite as: Parsons Family Papers, Special Collections, Raymond H. Fogler Library, the University of Maine at Orono./ Finding aid available in Special Collections Department and on the Web. OCLC: 61322607

"Ellen Coit Brown Elliott and Orrin Leslie Elliott papers" Ellen Coit Brown Elliott 1880-1954 Location Library US,NY CORNELL UNIV Code COO

Abstract: Reminiscences, 1953-1954, of Ellen Coit Brown, who married Orrin Leslie Elliott, include descriptions of Cornell University President Andrew Dickson White and Professor George Lincoln Burr (with whom Miss Brown worked as an assistant in President White's library after graduation), and a description of women students at Cornell, their attitudes and activities (1878-1882). Also, a small book of poems by Ellen Coit Brown Elliott; annotated volume of The Cornell Review, 1880-1881; A.D. White's Outlines of Lectures on History, with shorthand notes by O.L. Elliott; and scrapbook of O.L. Elliott, 1881-1889. Descriptor: Women college students. Named Person: Burr, George Lincoln, 1857-1938. White, Andrew Dickson, 1832-1918. Elliott, Orrin Leslie. Named Corp: Cornell University -- Description. Cornell University -- Libraries. Cornell University -- Presidents. Cornell University -- Students. General Info: Preferred citation: Ellen Coit Brown Elliott and Orrin Leslie Elliott papers, #41\5\2655. Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library. OCLC: 64074779 "Papers" Kalman Marmor "You know it put." "Mr. Jesse, put." "Quigley, you call him." 1880-1954? Yiddish Language: Yiddish; Yivo collections are in Yiddish, Russian, Polish, English, Hebrew, and other European and non-European languages. Abstract: Autobiographical material including manuscript and clippings of his autobiography, and his diaries, 1896-1954; family correspondence; and personal documents. General correspondence consisting of several thousand letters, 1900-1950's, from Jewish literary, political, and cultural figures including Sholem Asch, Baal Makhshoves, Joseph Barondess, Israel Belkind, Yitzhak (Izhak) Ben-Zvi, David Bergelson, Isaac Dov Berkowitz, Ber Borochov, Reuven Brainin, Joseph Chaim Brenner, Abraham Cahan, Solomon Dingol, Itzik Fefer, Moses Gaster, Zvi Gershuni, Jacob Gordin, Isaac Grünbaum, Alexander Harkavy, Theodor Herzl, Peretz Hirschbein, Reuven Iceland, David Ignatov (Ignatow), Shmuel Yaakov Imber, Leon Kobrin, Philip Krantz, Zishe Landau, H. Leivick, Abraham Liessin, Judah Magnes, Raphael Mahler, Itzik Manger, ManiLeib, Samuel Margoshes, Jacob Milch, Shmuel Niger, Joseph Opatoshu, David Pinski, Noah Prylucki, Abraham Reisin, Zalman Reisen, Maurice Schwartz, Nakhum Shtif, Sholem Aleichem, Abraham Sutzkever, Henrietta Szold, Menachem Ussishkin, Chaim Weizmann, and Yehoash. Also biographical

materials, letters, and manuscripts of writers collected by Marmor as editor and author including Joseph Bovshover, David Edelstadt, Jacob Gordin, Aaron Liebermann, David Ignatow, Y.L. Peretz, Zalman Reisen, Yehoash, and Chaim Zhitlowsky. Correspondence, circulars, invitations, and other materials from left-wing, Zionist, social, and political Jewish movements including the Ambidjan (Ambijan) Committee (American Committee for the Settlement of Jews in Birobidzhan), the Communist Party of the United States of America, THE DAILY WORKER, Friends of Soviet Russia, Histrdrut ha-Ivrit, ICOR (American Association for Jewish Colonization in the Soviet Union), YKUF (Ikuf Association), Jewish branch of the Communist Party in Toronto, Manchester Zionist Organization, Poalei Zion, and Zionist organizations in Basel, Edinburgh, Glasgow, and Leeds. Correspondence and circulars from schools and cultural institutions including International Workers Order schools, Children's Schools of the Jewish Peoples' Fraternal Order, and the Sholem Aleichem Folk Institute of New York. Materials on the Yiddish theater including the Yiddish Theater Museum, New York, N.Y.; drama and music societies; Artef; and Workers' Theater. Materials on the Jewish press including MORGN FRAYHAYT, HA-DOAR, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, CANADIAN JEWISH WEEKLY, FRAYE ARBETER SHTIME, ZUKUNFT, and JEWISH DAILY FORWARD. Also photographs of indiduals and groups. Marmor collected papers of Jewish writers which he used as primary sources for his own writings. The Marmor collection include papers of Jacob Milch (Yiddish writer, 1865-1945) and Morris Winchevsky (Yiddish and Hebrew writer and socialist leader, 1856-1932). Descriptor: Labor Zionism. Zionism -- Switzerland -- Basel. Zionism -- Scotland -- Edinburgh. Zionism -- England -- Leeds. Zionism -- Scotland -- Glasgow. Jewish labor-unions. Theater, Yiddish -- New York (State) -- New York. Performing arts -- New York (State) -- New York. Communism -- United States. Communism -- Canada -- Toronto. Jews -- Colonization -- Soviet Union. Jews -- Politics and government. Music -- Societies, etc. Political parties -- Canada. Yiddish newspapers -- New York (State) -- New York. Jewish day schools -- New York (State) -- New York. Jewish authors. Museums -- New York (State) -- New York. Yiddish literature. Drama -- Societies, etc. Politicians. Jewish socialists. Jewish communists. Schools -- New York (State) -- New York. Named Person: Asch, Sholem, 1880-1957. Baal-Makhshoves, 1873-1924. Barondess, Joseph, 1867-1928. Belkind, Israel, 1861-1929. Ben-Zvi, Izhak, 1884-1964. Bergelson, David, 1884-1952. Berkowitz, Yitzhak Dov, 1885-1967.

Borochov, Ber, 1881-1917. Brainin, Reuven, 1862-1939. Brenner, Joseph Hayyim, 1881-1921. Cahan, Abraham, 1860-1961. Dingol, Solomon, 1887Fefer, Itzik, 1900-1952. Gaster, Moses, 1856-1939. Gershuni, Zvi. Gordin, Jacob, 1853-1909. Gruenbaum, Yizhak, 1879-1970. Harkavy, Alexander, 1863-1939. Herzl, Theodor, 1860-1904. Hirschbein, Peretz, 1880-1948. Iceland, Reuven, 1884-1955. Ignatow, David, 1914-1997. Imber, Samuel Jacob, 1889-1942. Kobrin, Leon, 1872-1946. Krantz, Ph. (Philip), 1858-1922. Landau, Zishe, 1883-1937. Leivick, H., 1886-1962. Liessin, Abraham, 1872-1938. Magnes, Judah Leon, 1877-1948. Mahler, Raphael, 1899-1977. Manger, Itzik, 1901-1969. Mani Leib, 1883-1953. Margoshes, Samuel, 1887-1968. Milch, Jacob, 1865-1945. Niger, Samuel, 1883-1955. Opatoshu, Joseph, 1886-1954. Pinski, David, 1872-1959. Prylucki, Noah, 1882-1941. Reisen, Abraham, 1876-1953. Rejzen, Zalman, 1887-1941. Schwartz, Maurice, 1890-1960. Shtif, Nakhum, 1879-1933. Sholem Aleichem, 1859-1916. Sutzkever, Abraham, 1913Szold, Henrietta, 1860-1945. Ussishkin, Abraham Menahem Mendel, 1863-1941. Weizmann, Chaim, 1874-1952. Yehoash, d. 1927. Bovshover, Joseph, 1873-1915. Edelstadt, David, 1866-1892. Peretz, Isaac Leib, 1851 or 2-1915. Zhitlowsky, Chaim, 1865-1943. Winchevsky, Morris, 1856-1932. Named Corp: Ambijan Committee. Icor (Association) Ikuf (Association) Manchester Zionist Organization (Manchester, England) Communist Party of the United States of America. International Workers Order. World Union of Poalei Zion -- Hitachdut. Jewish Peoples' Fraternal Order. Children's Schools. Sholem Aleichem Folk Institute (New York, N.Y.)

Yiddish Theater Museum (New York, N.Y.) Jewish Telegraphic Agency (New York, N.Y.) Artef. Title Subject: Morgn Frayhayt. Ha-Do`ar. Canadian Jewish weekly. Fraye arbeter shtime. Di Tsukunft. Forverts (New York, N.Y.) Note(s): Bio/History: Yiddish writer, literary critic, editor, lecturer, political activist. General Info: Inventory for part of the collection./ Occupation: Critics./ Editors./ Authors, Yiddish. OCLC: 122684692 "Raymond Dexter Havens, 1880-1954 papers" Raymond Dexter Havens 1906-1947 "Mr. Jesse, put." Action Note: Actions: Surveyed Date: 19800101 Materials: Raymond Dexter Havens, 18801954 papers Abstract: Correspondence, including letters Havens wrote as Y.M.C.A. volunteer in France, 1917-1919, and letters from Cecilia Beaux, painter; also class registers from University of Rochester, 1909-25. Note(s): Bio/History: Editor, professor. General Info: Register./ Gift of Raymond D. Havens. OCLC: 122433729 "Papers, 1973-2000 (bulk)." Andrea Dworkin 1914-2007 Location US,MA Library HARVARD UNIV, SCHLESINGER LIBR Code SLR

Author(s): Dworkin, Andrea. Dworkin, Andrea. ; Heartbreak: the political memoir of a feminist militant. Dworkin, Andrea. ; Ice and fire. Dworkin, Andrea. ; In harm's way: the pornography civil rights hearings. Dworkin, Andrea. ; Intercourse. Dworkin, Andrea. ; Letters from a war zone: writings, 1976-1989. Dworkin, Andrea. ; Life and death. Dworkin, Andrea. ; Mercy. Dworkin, Andrea. ; The new womans broken heart. Dworkin, Andrea. ; Our blood: prophesies and discourses on sexual politics. Dworkin, Andrea. ; Pornography: men possessing women. Dworkin, Andrea. ; Scapegoat: the Jews, Israel, and women's liberation. Year: 1914-2007 Action Note: Materials: Papers. Actions: Accessioned/acknowledged Date: 11/07/2001

Agent: Engelhart/Jacob Abstract: Collection includes personal and professional correspondence; photographs; drafts of writings; financial records; speeches and interviews; transcripts, etc., from ordinance hearings; reviews, publicity, and clippings; teaching materials; calendars and address books; publications; audio and videotapes; etc. SUBJECT(S) Descriptor: Abused women. Authors, American. Authors and publishers. Brothers and sisters -- United States. Calendars. Erotic literature. Erotica -- Periodicals. Family violence. Fathers and daughters -- United States. Feminism -- United States. Feminists -- United States. Fetishism (Sexual behavior) Incest. Jewish women -- United States. Lesbians -- United States. Mothers and daughters -- United States. Pornography -- Law and legislation. Pornography -- Law and legislation -- Indiana -- Indianapolis. Pornography -- Law and legislation -- Minnesota -- Minneapolis. Pornography -- Social aspects. Publishers and publishing. Rape. Sex discrimination against women. Sex crimes. Sex role. Wife abuse. Women -- Crimes against. Women -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- United States. Women -- United States -- Social conditions. Women political activists. Women's rights. Named Person: Deming, Barbara, 1917-1984. Kady, 1927Abrams, Marjorie. Alpert, Jane. Becker, Rhea. Butler, Twiss. Chesler, Phyllis. Corea, Gena. Craft, Nikki Murdick. Davis, Hal. Dorfman, Elsa. Dworkin, Andrea. Dworkin, Mark, 1950Dworkin, Harry. Dworkin, Sylvia. Farley, Melissa. Fritz, Leah, 1931-

Gaisner, Rhea. Grussendorf, Chris. Hite, Shere. Hunter, Susan, 1948Itzin, Catherine, 1944Jay, Karla. Johanna, Betty. Johnson, Eleanor. Jong, Erica. King, Florence. Koskoff, Harriet. Lapidus, Jacqueline. Lederer, Laura. Lewis, Kathy. Lovelace, Linda. MacKinnon, Catharine A. Markson, Elaine. McCombs, Annie. Melrose, Julie. Millett, Kate. Moorcock, Linda. Moorcock, Michael, 1939Morgan, Robin. Newhouse, Robyn. Norris, Kathleen, 1947Owen, Sally. Rich, Adrienne Cecile. Russell, Diana E. H. Smith, Mark Ethan, 1940Spiegel, Marcia Cohn. Steinem, Gloria. Stoltenberg, John. Teer, Dorothy. Vadas, Melinda. Vachss, Alice A. Warrior, Betsy. Yankowitz, Susan. Young, Allen, 1941Named Corp: Women Against Pornography. Genre/Form: Interviews. Lectures. Manuscripts for publication. Photographs. Speeches. Geographic: New York (N.Y.) -- Social life and customs -- 20th century. Title Subject: Hustler. Penthouse. Playboy. Note(s): Bio/History: Author, critic, lesbian, and radical feminist, Andrea Dworkin (1946-2005) was born in Camden, N.J., the daughter of Sylvia (Spiegel) and Harry Dworkin. A 1968 graduate of Bennington College, Dworkin was arrested in 1965 in New York City for protesting against the Vietnam war, and spent four days in the Women's House of Detention. She later made headlines,

publicizing her brutal treatment at the hands of staff, which led to a grand jury investigation of the prison. Married in 1969 to Cornelius (Iwan) Dirk de Bruin, a Dutch political activist, Dworkin lived in Amsterdam before fleeing her abusive husband in 1971, and publishing Woman Hating (1974), and Our Blood: Prophecies and Discourses on Sexual Politics (1976). Her 1981 book, Pornography: Men Possessing Women, argued that "male power is the raison d'être of pornography; the degradation of the female is the means of achieving this power."/ In 1983, with lawyer Catharine MacKinnon, Dworkin drafted a controversial civil rights ordinance defining pornography as sex discrimination, which was later overruled in 1986 as a violation of the First Amendment. Other analyses of sexual politics include Right-wing Women (1983), Intercourse (1987), Letters from a War Zone (1988), and Scapegoat: The Jews, Israel, and Women's Liberation (2000). The author of short stories and novels (Ice and Fire, 1987 and Mercy, 1991), Dworkin lectured widely and contributed to numerous periodicals and anthologies. Dworkin workes on behalf of many causes, including abortion rights, rape, battery, pornography, and incest in the United States and abroad. Since 1974 she made her home with author, activist, and feminist John Stoltenberg. Dworkin died April 9, 2005 in Washington, D.C. General Info: The bulk of the collection (#1.1-106.8, 127F+B.1-#127F+B.3, and FD.1)/ requires the written permission of John Stoltenberg until his death./ Preferred citation: Andrea Dworkin Papers. Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe Institute, Harvard University./ Electronic finding aid available/ Unpublished finding aid. http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:RAD.SCHL:sch01051/ Purchased from Andrea Dworkin, 2001-2002./ Additional material/ was a gift of friends of Andrea Dworkin, 2005. OCLC: 232009088 "Records", Encyclopaedia Britannica, inc. Board of Editors. 1949-1961 Abstract: Contains primarily minutes of the Board of Editors (1949-1961) and newspaper clippings and brochures regarding Encyclopaedia Britannica. Also includes a memorandum regarding the acquisition of Encyclopaedia Britannica by the University of Chicago (1961). Descriptor: Encyclopedias and dictionaries. Named Corp: Encyclopaedia Britannica, inc. Board of Editors. University of Chicago -- Administration. University of Chicago -- Finance. Encyclopaedia Britannica, inc. -- History. General Info: Container list available in the Department of Special Collections, University of Chicago Library. Other Titles: Encyclopedia Britannica Board of Editors, records OCLC: 52249753 "Bluetooth application developer's guide: the short range interconnect solution" Jennifer Bray, Brian Senese, Gordon McNutt, Bill Munday, David Kammer 2001 Syngress ISBN-10: 1928994423

ISBN-13: 978-1928994428 "The digital consumer technology handbook: A Comprehensive Guide to Devices, Standards, Future Directions, and Programmable Logic Solutions" Amit Dhir Newnes February 27, 2004 ISBN-10: 0750678151 ISBN-13: 978-0750678155 "Modern receiver front-ends, systems, circuits, and integration" by Joy Laskar, Babak Matinpour, Sudipto Chakraborty February 13, 2004 Wiley-Interscience ISBN-10: 0471225916 ISBN-13: 978-0471225911 "Communications receivers: DSP, software radios, and design" by Ulrich Rohde, Jerry Whitaker 2001 McGraw-Hill Professional; 3 edition (December 6, 2000) ISBN-10: 0071361219 ISBN-13: 978-0071361217 "Multi-standard CMOS wireless receivers: analysis and design" by Xiaopeng Li, Mohammed Ismail The Springer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science April 30, 2002 ISBN-10: 1402070322 ISBN-13: 978-1402070327 "Smart Networks" "VxWorks reference manual 5.4" "It is relatively old." Wind River Systems 1999 It's in my google docs. http://www-cdfonline.fnal.gov/daq/commercial/vxworks.pdf OCLC: 191869508 DOC-12910-ND-00 LC: TK7895 E42 W5634 1999 (FirstSearch) "Software concepts for embedded systems: including examples using Tornado and VxWorks" Addison-Wesley's Professional [S.l.] : Addison-Wesley Longman Standard No: ISBN: 0201708566; 9780201708561 Vendor Info: YBP Library Services (YANK) Location Library US,NH YBP LIBRARY SERVICES OCLC: 228130999 Wind River Systems 2002 "Tornado and VxWorks: what's not in the manual" Code YDX

Christof Wehner 2006 Books on demand GmbH Printing Service ISBN-10: 3833410698 ISBN-13: 978-3833410697 "An embedded software primer" David E Simon Addison-Wesley Professional (August 15, 1999) ISBN-10: 020161569X ISBN-13: 978-0201615692 "Pipelined processor farms: structured design for embedded paralled systems" Martin Fleury Andrew C Downton Wiley-Interscience; 1 edition (March 6, 2001) "Wiley series on parallel and distributed computing" Hardcover: 336 pages Publisher: Wiley-Interscience; 1 edition (March 6, 2001) Language: English ISBN-10: 0471388602 ISBN-13: 978-0471388609 Product Dimensions: 9.5 x 6.2 x 0.8 inches http://books.google.com/books?hl=en&id=vfrDQTI1bj8C&dq=Pipelined+processor+f arms:+structured+design+for+embedded+paralled+systems&printsec=frontcover&s ource=web&ots=XIV78_aGPt&sig=79qkJOaDW2CvhsPk4TQWgypVog&sa=X&oi=book_result&resnum=1&ct=result (preview) and http://www.amazon.com/Pipelined-Processor-Farms-StructuredEmbedded/dp/0471388602 "Building clustered Linux systems" Robert W Lucke 2005 Prentice Hall PTR Paperback: 648 pages Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR; 1 edition (October 1, 2004) Language: English ISBN-10: 0131448536 ISBN-13: 978-0131448537 "3D game engine design: a practical approach to real-time computer graphics" David H Eberly 2001 Morgan Kaufmann Hardcover: 1040 pages Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann; 2 edition (November 17, 2006) Language: English ISBN-10: 0122290631 ISBN-13: 978-0122290633 "Concurrent and real-time programming in Java" Andrew J Wellings "You know it."

Paperback: 446 pages Publisher: Wiley (November 15, 2004) Language: English ISBN-10: 047084437X ISBN-13: 978-0470844373 Product Dimensions: 9.1 x 7.5 x 1.3 inches Title of ebook: Concurrent and Real-Time Programming in Java ISBN: 9780470011270 parent-ISBN: 9780470844373 Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Internet download file size: 11129 kb Pages: 446 Published: 06-2005 Released online for download: 06-10-2005 Author of eBook: Wellings, Andrew John Wiley 2004 "Professional XNA programming: building games for Xbox 360 and Windows with XNA Game Studio 2.0" Benjamin Nitschke 2008 2nd ed. Wiley "Introduces the fundamentals of Microsoft's free Game Studio Express (XNA GSE) for programming games for the "They was sposed to have." Xbox 360 platform and Windows ..." http://books.google.com/books?hl=en&id=ULfp5GcVTukC&dq=building+games+for+ Xbox+360+and+Windows+with+XNA+Game+Studio+2.0&printsec=frontcover&sour ce=web&ots=MWHuGRRLiC&sig=UrPfzZJHVDcQ9FZk4dFXg6gTaqs&sa=X&oi=book_r esult&resnum=1&ct=result (preview) Paperback: 600 pages Publisher: Wrox; 2 edition (February 26, 2008) Language: English ISBN-10: 0470261285 ISBN-13: 978-0470261286 Product Dimensions: 8.9 x 7.4 x 1.5 inches Professional XNA® Programming Building Games for Xbox 360® and Windows®with XNA Game Studio 2.0, 2nd Edition This improved and updated edition of the bestseller will get you up and running quickly with building games for Xbox 360 and the Windows platform. Professional game developer and Microsoft MVP Benjamin Nitschke begins by explaining how to install the free XNA Game Studio 2.0 and then goes on to share essential advice for using it in a productive way. Before you know it, each successive chapter will have you developing small games that increase in difficulty. By using the chapters as building blocks, you'll evolve from 2D programming to 3D, and you'll ultimately create a full-blown graphics engine that can be used for more advanced game projects. Plus, you'll get an inside look at six fully functional games, including the popular Racing Game and the new Dungeon Quest. What you will learn from this book

• Tips for adding music and sound with XACT • Techniques for creating unique visual effects through Shaders • Ways to access keyboard, mouse, and Xbox controllers with XInput • How to write your own XNA graphics engine and create a game engine • How to manage content in XNA • Myriad ways of fine-tuning, debugging, and troubleshooting • How to make sure games run on the Xbox 360 • Ways to generate landscapes and tracks • How to take advantage of XNA's new networking APIs "Learning XNA 3.0: XNA 3.0 Game Development for the PC, Xbox 360, and Zune" Paperback: 506 pages Publisher: O'Reilly Media, Inc.; 1 edition (December 3, 2008) Language: English ISBN-10: 0596521952 ISBN-13: 978-0596521950 Product Dimensions: 9.1 x 7 x 1.2 inches November 2008 Aaron Reed 2008 O'Reilly "Description Do you have what it takes to become a game developer? With this hands-on book, you'll learn how to develop computer games with Microsoft's XNA 3.0 framework -not just for your PC, but for Xbox 360 and the Microsoft Zune as well. Learning XNA 3.0 walks you through the framework in a clear and understandable step-by-step format. Once you finish the book, you'll know how to develop sophisticated games from start to finish. Do you have what it takes to become a game developer? With this hands-on book, you'll learn quickly and easily how to develop computer games with Microsoft's XNA 3.0 framework-not just for your PC, but for Xbox 360 and the Microsoft Zune as well. Written by an experienced university-level game development instructor, Learning XNA 3.0 walks you through the framework in a clear and understandable step-bystep format. Each chapter offers a self-contained lesson with lots of illustrations and annotated examples to help you master key concepts. Once you finish the book, you'll know how to develop sophisticated games from start to finish. • Learn game development concepts from 2D animation to 3D cameras and effects • Delve into high-level shader language (HLSL) and introductory artificial intelligence concepts • Develop three complete and exciting games using 2D,3D and multiplayer concepts • Develop and deploy games to the Xbox 360 and the Microsoft Zune While teaching XNA to beginning game developers, author Aaron Reed noticed that several key concepts were difficult for students to grasp. Learning XNA 3.0 was written specifically to address those issues. With this book, you can test your understanding and practice new skills as you go with unique "Test Your Knowledge" exercises and review questions in each chapter. Why wait? Amaze your family and friends by building your own games for the PC, Xbox 360, and Zune-with Learning XNA 3.0.

"An outstanding book! Teaches you XNA development in a smart way, starting from 2D basics and going into 3D and shader development. What I really like is the 'peeling the onion' approach the author takes, which builds up knowledge from previous chapters." --David "LetsKillDave" Weller, CEO, Cogito Ergonomics, LLC, and former XNA program manager from oreilly.com "Microsoft XNA Game Studio Express in 24 hours" David Franson Joshua B Smith Hardcover: 400 pages Publisher: Sams; 1 edition (February 16, 2009) Language: English ISBN-10: 0672330067 ISBN-13: 978-0672330063 Sams, Pearson "Crisis in teaching: perspectives on current reforms" Lois Weis "They wanted that to be free, put." 1989 State Univ of New York Press (from oclc) Albany : State University of New York Press, ; ISBN: 0887068197 9780887068195 0887068200 (pbk.) 9780887068201 (pbk.) English Book vii, 289 p. ; 24 cm Location US,OR US,OR US,OR US,OR US,OR US,OR US,OR Library CONCORDIA UNIV LEWIS & CLARK COL OREGON STATE UNIV, CORVALLIS PORTLAND STATE UNIV LIBR SOUTHERN OREGON UNIV LIBR UNIV OF OREGON LIBR UNIV OF PORTLAND Series: SUNY series, frontiers in education.; Contents: Cries of crisis, calls for reform and challenges of change / Catherine Cornbleth -- Part I. Teacher education reform -- Those who can explain, teach... /Robert C. Calfee -- A critique of the rationale for extended teacher preparation / Alan R. Tom -- Teacher education, the liberal arts, and extended preparation programs / Hugh G. Petrie -The Holmes Group proposals: critical reactions and prospects / Hendrick D. Gideonse -- Part II: Teaching reform -- Reform and the teaching profession / Albert Shanker -- Merit pay incentives in teaching / Stephen L. Jacobson -- Differentiated staffing as an educational reform response / R. Jerrald Shive and Charles W. Case - Conflict and compatibility in visions of reform / Susan Moore Johnson and Niall C.W. Nelson -- Part III: Critical perspective on current reform -- Exit, voice, and community: Magnet teachers' Code CCD OLP ORE ORZ SOS ORU OUP

responses to standardization / Linda M. McNeil -- Teacher evaluation and empowerment: challenging the taken-for-granted view of teaching / Andrew Gitlin and Robert Bullough Jr. -- Teachers' pride in craft, school subcultures, and societal pressures / Mary Haywood Metz -Teaching and technology: the hidden effects of computers on teachers and students / Michael W. Apple -- Teaching and professionalism: a cautionary perspective / Gary Sykes. Standard No: ISBN: 0887068197; 9780887068195; 0887068200 (pbk.); 9780887068201 (pbk.) LCCN: 87-33634 SUBJECT(S) Descriptor: Teachers -- United States. Teaching. Teachers -- Training of -- United States. Education -- Aims and objectives -- United States. Enseignants -- États-Unis. Enseignants -- Formation -- États-Unis. Enseignement. Éducation -- Finalités -- États-Unis. Vendor Info: Baker & Taylor Baker and Taylor Baker & Taylor YBP Library Services (BKTY BTCP BKTY YANK) 25.50 24.95 Status: active active OCLC: 17326810 http://books.google.com/books?hl=en&id=Si3Hkcykz8cC&dq=Crisis+in+teaching+p erspectives+on+current+reforms&printsec=frontcover&source=web&ots=GaFIq7xU wG&sig=JBzjaGp9p9kkDdqa3IPT5wYflYw&sa=X&oi=book_result&resnum=1&ct=resu lt (preview) Crisis in Teaching Perspectives on Current Reforms Lois Weis - Editor Philip G. Altbach - Editor Gail P. Kelly - Editor Hugh G. Petrie - Editor Sheila Slaughter - Editor Bib ID Format Author Uniform Title Online Access Online Versions Related Online Resources Edition Access Conditions Scale Publisher Printer Description ISBN vii, 289 p. ; 24 cm. 0887068197 0887068200 (pbk.) Albany : State University of New York Press, c1989. 271410 Book

ISSN ISMN Series SUNY series, frontiers in education http://catalogue.nla.gov.au/Record/271410?lookfor=Perspectives on Current Reforms&offset=1&max=145884 "The curriculum: problems, politics, and possibilities" Landon E Beyer Michael W Apple 1998 State Univ of New York Press Paperback: 417 pages Publisher: State University of New York Press; 2 edition (May 1998) Language: English ISBN-10: 0791438104 ISBN-13: 978-0791438107 Product Dimensions: 9 x 5.9 x 1 inches

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