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General Manuscripts



Box 69 Abzug, Bella. Printed items: ""The Nation""; WEDO ""News and Views""



Box 1 Adamic, Louis to Leonard Lyons, New York, 1941 October 8, 1941

(a.l.s., 5p. Gift of Mrs James H. Durgin, 1964)


Box 1 Adams, C. F. to Mrs. Palfry, Quincy, New York, n.y. June 19

(a.l.s., 2p.)


Box 1 Adams, Charles Francis, 2nd to H. C. Ernst, Boston, 1902 January 29, 1902

(t.l.s., 1p.)


Box 1 Adams, Henry C. to Henry B. Adams, v.p., 1880-1883

(a.l.s., 8p. (Photostats))


Box 1 Adams, Henry C. to President Gilman, Berlin, 1878 December 15, 1878

(a.l.s, 4p. (Photostats))


Box 1 Adams, Henry C. to Henry B. Adams, v.p., 1887-1901

(a.l.s., 15p. (Photostats))


Box 1 Adams, John Quincy to the Morning Star (poem) n.p., 1839 October 16, 1839

(a.m.s., 1p.)


Box 1 Adams, Leonard (Troy) to Henry w. Wells, New York, 1941 October 8, 1941

(a.l.s., 2p. Gift of Henry W. Wells, 1961)


Box 1 Addeman, J. M. Letters addressed to J. M. Addeman Secretary of Rhode Island Soldiers and Sailors Historical Society. Andrews, E. Benj., 1886 October 30 Banks, N. P., 1879 February8 Bigelow, John Jr., 1898 January 13 Badlam, William H., 1893 June 14, 1894 April 12 Brigham, Edwin, 1887 July 27 Burrage, H. S., 1892 April 7 and photo Chase, E. E., 1893 July 22 Clapp, A. H., 1862 September 16, 1886, 1879, 1898, 1893, June 14, 1894, 1887, 1892, 1893, 1862

(a.l.s., 10p.)


Box 1 Addeman, J. M. Letters addressed to J.M. Addeman Secretary of the Rhode Island Soldiers and Sailors Historical Society. Gardiner, William, 1900 June 22, 1895 October 25 Gregg, D. M., 1894 April 21 Hopkins, C. A., 1906 April 24 Hutchinson, W. F., 1883 May 11, 1890 June 24, undated Johnson, R. N., 1887 March24 Lapham, O., 1892 April 15 and photo, 1900, June 22, 1895, 1894, 1906, 1883, May 11, 1890, undated, 1887, 1892

(a.l.s., 10p.)


Box 1 Addeman, J. M. Letters addressed to J.M. Addeman Secretary of the Rhode Island Soldiers and Sailors Historical Society. Tafft, Henry S., 1899 May 10 Welch, William L., 1890 March29, 1891 January 15 Williams, Alonzo, 1887 March7 Woodbury, A., 1883 April 27 Slocum, D. W. 1885 September 6 Greene, Andy, 1893 October 3, 1899, 1890, March29, 1891, 1887, 1883, 1885, 1893


Box 1 Addington, Henry, First Viscount Sidmouth (1757-1844) to Hatchard, Wincanton, England, 1827 September 13, 1827

(autograph (franked envelope) Gift of Jean Macalister)


Box 1 Ady, Endre, 1877-1919 Elinduilt egy leauy n.p. [c.a. 1910], 1877-1919

(a.ms.s., 2p. (poem) 293 -- 1986 November 13)



Box 69 Agnew, Cornelius Rea. letter from F.N. Otis to Agnew, ca. 1870-1886



Box 1 Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873 to Richard Owen, Neuchatel, Switzerland, 1845 February 17, 1807-1873, 1845

(a.l.s., 1p. (Part of text and part of signature missing; letter had been repaired) Removed from: Agassiz, Louis. Notices sur les dents et les rayons des placoides, 1884. (Book in Biological Sciences Library))


Box 1 Ainsworth, W. Harrison, to John Macrone, n.p., undated

(a.l.s., 1p. (last page only))


Box 1 Ainsworth, William Harrison, Reigate, 1874 February 16, 1874

(a.l.s., 1p. (with portrait))


Box 1 Ainsworth, W. Harrison, Brighton, 1851 November 4, 1851

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 1 Ainsworth, W. Harrison, n.p. 1836 June, 1836

(ms. Doc., 2p. (agreement for the purchase of two works entitledCrichtonandClaude Du Val))



Box 2 Alburtis, Samuel from illegible, 1844 November 2, 1844

(a.l.s., 1p. (re. the Pa. election) Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence J. Crockett)


Box 2 Alburtis, William, New York, 1795 June 15, 1795

(p.d.s., 1p. appointment of Alburtis to New York Fire Department, signed by him and Robert Benson.)


Box 2 Aldrich, Nelson W. to the Secretary of the Kingston Library, Washington D.C., 1881 December 12, 1881

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 2 Aldrich, Thomas Bailey "An Untold Story", n.p., 1900 June 25, 1900

(a.ms., 25p. Bancroft 17305F)


Box 2 Alexander, W. F., to Ashley, Toynbee, n.y. August 15

(a.l.s., 8.)


Box 2 Alison, Archibald to Margaret, Popil House, 1853 May 22, 1853

(a.l.s., 4p. 837E)


Box 2 Alixe, Dannie to Mr. Hancox, London, 1955 March20, 1955

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 2 Allen, Adele to President Seymour, Holyoke, Massachusetts, 1939 November 9, 1939

(a.l.s., 2p.)


Box 2 Allen, Elizabeth Akers to Mr. Kaines, Woodbridge, New Jersey, 1884 May 28, 1884

(a.l.s., 1p. Bancroft 57877F)


Box 2 Allen, Elizabeth Akers to Mrs. Dyer, Tuckahoe, New York, 1854 June 9, 1854

(a.l.s., 1p. Bancroft 57877F)


Box 2 Allen, Elizabeth Akers to Mr. Shannon, Tuckahoe, New York, 1899 ? July 28, 1899

(a.l.s., 4p. Bancroft 57877F)


Box 2 Allen, Elizabeth Akers to Mr. Shannon, Tuckahoe, New York, 1900 February5, 1900

(a.l.s., 4p. Bancroft 57877F)


Box 2 Allen, Elizabeth Akers to Mr. Shannon, Tuckahoe, New York, 1908 November, 1908

(l.s., 4p. Bancroft 57877F)


Box 2 Allen, Nathaniel to Thomas Allen, Providence, 1790 July 19, 1790

(a.l.s., 1p. Bancroft 37423F)


Box 2 Alliluyeva, Svetlana to Steven Roday, Princeton, New Jersey, 1969 August 23, 1969

(t.l.s., 1p. Gift of Steven Roday, 1972.)


Box 2 Allot, Kenneth, "The Ventriloquist's Doll," n.p., n.d.

(t.ms., 19p. Poems Additions to volume only. 24861P)


Box 2 Altschul, C. to James T. Shotwell, New York, 1927 April 10, 1927

(t.l.s., 5p. (regarding the newspaper editorials gathered for the period of July 29-August 6, 1914. These editorials are bound in five volumes and classified as "X"))


Box 2 Amherst, Sir Jeffrey to Lt. Col. Bibbies (?), London, 1779 December 12, 1779

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 2 Anderson, Sherwood to Editor Sunday Herald, Macon, Georgia, 1930 January 16, 1930

(a.l.s., 1p. order no. 17504F Bancroft)


Box 2 Andreini, Joseph Manuel, La Guardia, Spain, Alcaldia constitucional, La Guardia, Spain, 1898 September 5, 1898

(a.d.s., 2p. (Citation by the La Guardia governing body to J. Andreini for his aid to Spanish navy prisoners of war; signed by the body's President, Manuel Rivas; Included is a covering letter from Rivas.) Note: Removed from: Concas y Palau, Victor Maria,La escuadra del almirante Cevera,undated Gift of Casa Hispanica, 1965)


Andros, Edmund


Box 2 Documents relating to the part of Ipswich in the rebellion against the Andros government, 1687-89


Box 2 Photostats from the Massachusetts Archives

(volume 35, pp. 138-40, 168 volume 127, pp. 158a)

(Gift of George A. Cook)


Box 2 Anson, Archibald E. H. to Miss Louisa Anson, East Sheen, 1836 September 26, Woolwich, Kent, 1838 February 19, 1836, 1838

(a.l.s., 2p. 837E)


Box 2 Argyll, George Douglas Campbell, 8th Duke of Campbelltown, U.K., 1868 August 12, 1868

(a.l.s., 2p. Gift of Jean Macalister, 1951)


Box 2 Arlen, Michael, "Our Lady of Platinum," n.p., n.d.

(a.ms.s., 15p. (short story, with many revisions in his hand) Three pen and ink drawing included. 529108)


Box 2 Armisted, Francis, Ms. Collection of Verse, Bridgewater, New York, 1845

(a.ms., 61p. (notebook, written in two hands; later poems signed "Emma") 25221P)



Box 75 Arnold, A.Z., Economic Doctrines. Notebook of Arthuir Z. Arnold, 1927



Box 2 Arnold, Benedict to Wells, On board the Enterprise, undated

(a.l.s., 1p. (facsimile))


Arrietelecea, Domingo de


Box 2 Affidavits certifying that Arrietelecea was named an officer of the Inquisition for Cuena y Siguenza in 1581 Cuena, Spain, 1696, 1581, 1696

(ms.d., 12p)


Box 2 Document contains covering statement explaining the 2 affidavits which follow. The affidavits were given by Pedro Perez de Ullibarri and Belasco Velazquez

(p. 5-7 are blank. In vellum wrapper Gift of Mrs. Rudolph Schroeder, 1973)


Box 2 Ashbourne, Edward Gibon to Rev. Moderator of the General Assembly, 1892 July 27, 1892

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 2 Asimov, Isaac to Albert Lester Lehninger, New York, 1982 January 12, 1982

(t.l.s., 1p. (with carbon copy, including signature with related letter) removed from: Lehninger,Biochemistry, 2 ed, New York, Worth, 1978 Gift (via Gifts and Exchange), 1996)


Box 2 Astor, John Jacob and Son to Mary G. Ogden, New York, 1823 September 11, 1823

(a.l.s., 1p. 24137F-1957)



Box 66 Astuto, Philip

(CD containing mss of volume two of ""Francisco Javier Eugenio de Santa Cruz y Espejo (1747-1795)"" Obra economica, medica y teologica."" Edicion critica y anotada por Philip L. Astudo.)



Box 2 Atherton, Gertrude to Juliana Haskell (Mrs. Henry S.), New York, undated

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 2 Atherton, Gertrude to Juliana Haskell (Mrs. Henry S.), New York, n.y. January 2

(a.l.s., 2p.)


Box 2 Atherton, Gertrude to Juliana Haskell (Mrs. Henry S.), New York, n.y. January 10

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 2 Atherton, Gertrude to Juliana Haskell (Mrs. Henry S.), San Francisco, n.y. July 8

(t.l.s., 1p.)


Box 2 Atherton, Gertrude to Juliana Haskell (Mrs. Henry S.), New York, 1925 November 27, 1925

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 2 Atherton, Gertrude to Juliana Haskell (Mrs. Henry S.), New York, 1939 January 10, 1939

(a.l.s., 2p.)


Box 2 Atherton, Gertrude to Juliana Haskell (Mrs. Henry S.), New York, 1939 June 17, 1939

(a.l.s., 2p. Gift of Mrs. Haskell)


Audio Vision Appliance Co. to Lewis Warrington Chubb, Camden, New Jersey, 1929 March-November, 1929

(21 t.l.)


Box 2 1 telegram (with 23 related memos, etc., from E. K. MacEwan et al., re. the Board of Directors, minutes, and incorporating papers)

(Audio Vision Appliance Co. was the successor to the Victor Talking Machine Company gift of the Estate of Richard B. Morris, 1991 December )


Box 2 Aumale, Henri Eugene Philoppe Louie d'Orleans, duc d' (1822-1897) to Dr. Batterhall

(a.l.s., 1p. 52094C)


Box 2 Auslander, Joseph to Henry G. Leach, Monticello, New York, 1934 August 30, 1934

(a.l.s., 2p. Bancroft -- 50195E)


Box 2 Auslander, Joseph to Henry G. Leach, Washington, D. C., 1938 February22, 1938

(l.s., 1p. Bancroft 50195E)


Box 2 Auslander, Joseph, "Woman's Club," New York, 1946 May 21, 1946

(t.ms., 14p. (mimeograph; script of radio program with Joseph Auslander, guest; 2 copies))


Box 2 Auslander, Joseph to Henry G. Leach, New York, 1951 January 9, 1951

(a.l.s., 1p. encl. poem Bancroft-50195E)


Box 2 Auslander, Joseph, Amundsen, December 14

(ms. Poem, 2 p. Bancroft -- 50195E)


Box 2 Austen, David to Thomas Graham, Glascoe, 1914 January, 1914

(a.ms.s., 9p.)


Box 2 Austen, Jane, n.p., n.d.

(a.ms., 1p. (fragment) (with note authenticating it by J. Edward. Austen Leigh)



Box 3 Bache, Anna, "The Album of the Beau" (poem of 30 lines), Ohio, 1830-1835

(a.ms.s., 1p. 46449G)


Box 3 Bache, Theophylact, New York, 1796 February 13, 1796

(a.d.s. (re Dr. Richard Kissam) Bancroft -- 48152D (medical))


Box 3 Bacheller, Irving to Munson, Winter Park, Florida, 1935 April 6, 1935

(a.l.s., 3p.)


Box 3 Bacheller, Irving to Munson, Winter Park, Florida, 1935 April 15, 1935

(a.l.s., 2p.)


Box 3 Bacheller, Irving, Riverside, Connecticut, 1917 March9, 1917

(a.l.s., 2p. Bancroft -- 1947E)


Box 3 Bacon, Martha (Mrs. Robert) to Aaron Ward (Admiral), New York, (ca. 1918) November 26

(a.l.s., 3p. Removed from: With the American Ambulance Field Service in France Bequest of Hilda Ward)


Box 3 Baglan Ms.

(Welsh document copied from the Baglan Ms. In the Welsh Library at Cardiff by Ifano Jones, 1914 March 14)


Box 3 Bailey, J. C. to G. Benedict, Utica, New York, 1869 December 15, 1869

(a.n.s., 1p.)


Baker, Polly, Speech before a Court of Justice in Connecticut, n.p., c.a. 1740-50

(ms., 3p.)


Box 3 "The speech of Miss Polly Baker before a Court of Judicature at Connecticut near Boston in New England, where she was prosecuted the 5th time for having a bastard child." The speech was published inGentleman's Magazine, London, 1747 and in The Writings of Benjamin Franklin, ed. A. H. Smythe, 1905-1910 reprint 1970., 1905-1910


Box 3 Ball, James. L., Placerville, California, 1851 April 13, 1851

(a.l.s., 46p. (written in manuscript book) 40605P)


Box 3 Ball, Sir Robert Stawell to Mrs. [Isaac?] Roberts, Cambridge, England, 1893 October 15, 1893

(a.l.s., 2p. Gift of the Vanderlip Family, 1968)


Bancroft, Elizabeth Bliss (Mrs. George), Philadelphia, 1845 October 18, 1845

(ms.d., 1p. 5285B--(NYState)--1994 October 1)


Box 3 Receipted bill for $128.50 from J. & B. Orne for carpeting, signed by George Hill for J. & B. Orne


Box 3 Bancroft, George, London, undated

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 3 Bancroft, George to Emanuel Mai, n.p., undated

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 3 Bancroft, George to John Young Mason, London, 1847 February3, 1847

(a.l.s., 4p. 5285B--(NYState)--1994 October 1)


Box 3 Bancroft, George to John Young Mason, London, 1847 April 19, 1847

(a.l.s., 3p. 5285B--(NYState)--1994 October 1)


Box 3 Bancroft, George to John Young Mason, London, 1847 November 6, 1847

(a.l.s., 4p. 5285B--(NYState)--1994 October 1)


Box 3 Bancroft, George to John Young Mason, London, 1848 June 2, 1848

(a.l.s., 1p. 5285B--(NYState)--1994 October 1)


Box 3 Bancroft, George to John Young Mason, London, 1848 September 13, 1848

(a.l.s., 2p. 5285B--(NYState)--1994 October 1)


Box 3 Bancroft, George to John Young Mason, London, 1847 November 6, 1847

(a.l.s., 4p. 5285B--(NYState)--1994 October 1)


Box 3 Bancroft, George to John Young Mason, London, 1848 December 29, 1848

(a.l.s., 4p. 5285B--(NYState)--1994 October 1)


Box 3 Bancroft, George to Waddy Thompson, Flat Rock, 1855 September 30, 1855

(a.l.s., 2p. (with portrait))


Box 3 Bancroft, George, New York, 1862 November 5, 1862

(a.l.s., 3p.)


Box 3 Bancroft, George to Mrs. M. Parmenter, Boston, 1890 May 15, 1890

(a.l.s., 1p. Bancroft -- 1947E)


Bancroft, George History of the United States, [Northampton, Massachusetts,? Ca. 1830]

(a.ms., 1p. (with corrections in author's hand) Gift of Stuart B. Schimmel, 1976 September 16)


Box 3 Page from the draft of his History of the United States, relating the Patrick Henry episode in the House of Burgesses.


Bancroft, George, n.p., 1845 September 19, 1845

(ms.d., 1p. 5285B--(NYState)--1994 October 1)


Box 3 Receipted bill from James Paul and Co. for curtains, signed by E. L. Paul in October, 1845


Bancroft, George, Boston, 1845 September 19, 1845

(ms.d., 1p. 5285B--(NYState)--1994 October 1)


Box 3 Receipted bill for $47.68 from John Parsons for wine, signed by Parsons


Bancroft, George, Washington, 1846 September 18, 1846

(ms.d.s., 1p. 5285B--(NYState)--1994 October 1)


Box 3 Receipted bill for $482.13 to John Y. Mason for household goods, signed by Bancroft, 1847 January 1, 1847


Box 3 Banes, Charles

(a.l.s., 17p. to Charles H. Banes from friends and former military comrades chiefly in regard to his bookThe History of the Philadelphia Brigade,Philadelphia, 1876. Also newspaper clippings, a photograph, and a silk badge. Removed from: Banes, Charles H., History of the Philadelphia Brigade, 1876)


Bangs, John Kendrick to Isidore Witmark, New York, 1905 April 12, 1905

(typewritten 1.s., 1p. laid in BW Bangs, the idiot at home CB227)


Box 3 From the Isidore Witmark Collection of Autographed Books and Musical Scores.


Bangs, John Kendrick to Isidore Witmark, New York, 1905 July 13, 1905

(a.l.s., 2 letters, laid in BW Bangs, Mrs. Raffles CB2283)


Box 3 From the Isidore Witmark Collection of Autographed Books and Musical Scores.


Bangs, John Kendrick to Isidore Witmark, New York, 1906 January 15, 1906

(a.l.s., 1p., laid in BW Bangs, the dreamers CB224)


Box 3 From the Isidore Witmark Collection of Autographed Books and Musical Scores.


Bangs, John Kendrick to Isidore Witmark, New York, 1906 December 19, 1906

(a.l.s., 2 letters, laid in BW Bangs, The pursuit of the house-boat CB2285)


Box 3 From the Isidore Witmark Collection of Autographed Books and Musical Scores.


Bangs, John Kendrick to Isidore Witmark, Cape Neddick, Maine, 1908 October 13, 1908

(typewritten l.s., 1 p. laid in volume BW Bangs, A house-boat on the Styx CB226)


Box 3 From the Isidore Witmark Collection of Autographed Books and Musical Scores.


Bangs, John Kendrick to Isidore Witmark, n.p., n.d.

(a.l.s., 1 letter, laid in BW Bangs, People at people CB2284)


Box 3 From the Isidore Witmark Collection of Autographed Books and Musical Scores.


Box 3 Bangs, John Kendrick to Stewart, New York, 1918 September 19, 1918

(a.l.s., 3p. 43-50584)


Box 3 Bangs, John Kendrick, "transplanted roses" (poem), n.p., n.d.

(a.ms.s., 3p. 1245H)


Box 3 Banks, M., n.p., n.d.

(a.l.s., 2p.)


Box 3 Banks, Nathaniel Prentiss to David Glasgow Farragut, Opelousas, Louisiana, 1863 May 3, 1863

(a.l.s., 2p. Gift of Mrs. Noel J. King, 1962)


Box 3 Banks, Nathaniel Prentiss to David Glasgow Farragut, Alexandria, Louisiana, 1863 May 13, 1863

(a.l.s., 2p. Gift of Mrs. Noel J. King, 1962)


Box 3 Banks, Nathaniel Prentiss to David Glasgow Farragut, Alexandria, Louisiana, n.y. May 10

(a.l.s., 2p. Gift of Mrs. Noel. J. King, 1962)


Box 3 Barber, Samuel to Esther Rodgers, New York, 1942 October 14, 1942

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 3 Barclay, Edgar to Charterhouse School, London, 1900 May 26, 1900

(a.l.s., 1p. Gift of Coleman O. Parsons, 1974)


Box 3 Barnes, J. C. to F. Leypoldt, New York, 1871 July 7, 1871

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Barnett, H.C. to various people, New York, 1898-1900

(a.l.s., 6p.)


Box 3 Facsimiles; with 5 envelopes and a "Diagnosis Blank" from the Marston Remedy Co. filled out by Barnett; concerning genital diseases and dysfunctions



Box 72 Barnouw, Eric. 1 publication ""Nederlandse Dorpen in de 16e EEUW""



Box 3 Barnum, Phineas T. to Mr. J. A. Woodward, New York, 1868 February22, 1868

(a.l.s., 4p.)


Barrow, Sir John, London?, ca. 1840

(a.d.s., 1p.)


Box 3 Petition on behalf of Captain Henry Rowland Brandreth proposing his election to the Royal Society of London. Signed by the following members: Francis Beaufort, John Edye, Leonard Horner, Sir William Edward Parry, Sir [Samuel] John Brooke Pechell, George Rennie, And Sir William Symonds.



Box 81 Folder 18 Barzun, Jacques To Richard Woods, January 19, 1989



Box 3 Dreiler, Katherine S. to Maud W. and Agnes W. Bartlett, New York, 1920 October 22, 1920

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 3 Dreiler, Katherine S. to Agnes W. Bartlett, New York, 1925 January 29, 1925

(a.l.s., 4p.)


Bartlett, Wendell

(Removed from: G.H. Hillard,A First Class Reader…,Boston, Hickling, Swan, and Brown, 1856. (Plimpton Library))


Box 3 Exercise on the Dash, Norfolk, Massachusetts, ca. 1856

(a.ms.s., 2p., rhetoric exercises, with corrections)


Box 3 Formation of Language, Norfolk, Massachusetts, ca. 1856

(a.ms.s., 2p., rhetoric exercise, with corrections)


Box 3 Barton, Clara to Elizabeth K. Churchill, Washington, D. C., 1878 November 21, 1878

(p.c. Gift of James T. Kemp, 1956)


Box 3 Barton, Clara to Mrs. Garrigues, Sherborn, Massachusetts, 1883 August 20, 1883

(a.l.s., 1p. Gift of Peter Grimm, 1977)


Box 3 Barton, Hull, Writ for the apprehension of Hull Barton, 1824 January 21, 1824


Box 3 Bartow, N. to N. M. Vermilye, Albany, New York, 1831 March31, 1831

(a.l.s., 1p.)



Box 81 Folder 1 Barzun, Jacques. Interview with Christian Bauer.



Box 3 Bascom, Charles W. to Charles C. Dame, Boston, 1900 November 22, 1900

(a.l.s., 2p.)


Box 3 Batchelder, John to "Friend William", North Hampton, New Hampshire, 1849 February7, 1849

(a.l.s., 3p. Order no. 1387F -- Bancroft)


Bayard, Samuel, New York, 1759 April 25, 1759

(ms.d.s., 1p. taken from B978, N4851)


Box 3 John Wood v. Samuel Bayard, legal decree, signed by Whitehead Hicks, William Livingston, and William Smith, Jr.


Box 3 Baylies, Francis to the Rev. Andrew Bigelow, Taunton, 1942 June, 1942

(a.l.s., 8p.)


Box 3 Bayly, Ada Ellen to "Sir", Eastbourne, England, 1885 September 16, 1885

(a.l.s., 1p., s. "Edna Lyall" Gift of the Vanderlip Family, 1968)



Box 4 Beach, Abraham to Andrew Adams, New Brunswick, 1770 February22, 1770

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 4 Beaton, Cecil Walter Hardy [Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother], n.p., n.d.,

(photograph, 8x6 in., signed on mat. Trans. from Columbiana, 1983)


Beauchamps, Rochelle, 1773 May 6, 1773

(ms.d.s., 1p.)


Box 4 Bill of landing: accounts and net proceeds of indigo, from the ship La Reine Esther, Captain Chevron, from Port au Prince, to the account of M. Balmet.


Beauharnais, Eugene de to le Duc de Castiglione, Francfort surl' Oder, Germany, 1813 February20, 1813

(a.l.s., 1p., signed Eugene Napoleon Gift of Kenneth W. Randell, 1973)


Box 4 Letter from the stepson of Napoleon I to the Duke of Castiglione [delle Stiviere] regarding the moving of the former's headquarters from Furstenwalde to Kopenick, Germany.


Box 4 Beauregard, Piere Gustave T. to Roman, New Orleans, 1881 November 5, 1881

(a.l.s., 2p., in French)


Box 4 Beckford, William to Thomas Woodward, Hertford, 1776 September 27, 1776

(l.s., 7p. Bancroft -- 56405E)


Box 4 Beecher, Henry Ward, n.p., 1871 February3, 1871

(signature on card)


Box 4 Beechy, Frederick William

(two orders and a pursers record signed by Captain Beechy)


Box 4 Beethoven, Ludwig van

(ms. Music score in Beethoven's hand. I leaf. Shelved in Vault. Gift of Miss Alberta M. Welch, 1953)


Behr, Charles H to various people, v.p., 1947-1956

(25 letters Gift of Biology Department)


Box 4 Correspondence to and from various individuals, mostly Mexican, about Behr's study of Mexican mineral deposits


Box 4 Bell, Mary Gridley to Dr. and Mrs. John Wesley Hall, Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, 1936 June 19, 1936

(a.l.s, 8p. Gift of John Warren Hill, 2011)


Box 4 Bell, William J. to Professor I. S. Blackie, Glasgow, 1879 December 22, 1879

(a.l.s., 4p.)


Box 4 Benét, Rosemary (Mrs. Stephen Vincent) to Sophie L. Goldsmith, New York, n.y. March27

(a.l.s., 1p. Gift of the Estate of Sophie Goldsmith, 1963)


Box 4 Benét, Stephen Vincent to Juliana Haskell (Mrs. Henry S.), Paris, 1828 October 31, 1828

(a.l.s., 1p. Gift of Mrs. Haskell)


Box 4 Benét, Stephen Vincent to W. Cabell Greet, New York, undated

(a.l.s., 1p. Gift of Henry W. Wells, 1961)


Box 4 Benét, William Rose to Mrs. Bartlett, Cape Ann., Massachusetts, 1947 September 1, 1947

(l.s., 1p.)


Box 4 Benedict, Clare to Charles Feleky, New York, n.y. January 16

(a.l.s., 3p. From the Hungarian Reference Library)


Box 4 Benedict, Clare to Charles Feleky, Lakewood, N.J., n.y. March30

(a.l.s., 3p. From the Hungarian Reference Library)


Box 4 Bentham, Jeremy to Benjamin Franklin, n.p., c., 1780

(a.l., 1p. (Photostat) From the Bentham Collection, vol. 169, sheet 118, in the Library of University College, London)


Box 4 Benton, Thomas H. Envelope addressed to Brantz May er of Baltimore, containing frank of Thomas H. Benton


Box 4 Berg, Selma to Elizabeth K. Churchill, New York, 1878 November 12, 1878

(a.l.s., 2p. Gift of Hames T. Kemp, 1956)


Box 4 Bergson, Henri, Paris, 1973 September 15, 1973

(quotation signed, 1p. Gift of the estate of Albert Wechsler)


Box 4 Bergson, Henri to Constant Bourquin, Paris, 1922 December 17, 1922

(a.l.s., 2p. Gift of Fernand R. Molina, 1992 April 13)


Box 4 Berl, Emmanuel to Steven Roday, Paris, ca. 1969 December 10

(a.l.s., 4p. (with envelope) Gift of Steven Roday, 1972)


Bernard, Kenneth

(Gift of Kenneth Bernard, 1983-1984)


Box 4 To Columbia University Libraries, New York, 1984 February27

(a.n.s., 1p. signed with initials on photocopy of playbill for his play "La Fin du Cirque")


Box 4 Hughes, Ted to Kenneth Bernard, North Tawton, U.K., ca. 1980

(a.l.s., 1p. (photocopy) With 7 photocopies of biographical and critical articles on Bernard and his work)


Box 4 Berors, Sims to Editor of the "Irish Times", n.p., 1877 May 16, 1877

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Box 4 Bianchi, Martha Dickinson to Juliana Haskell (Mrs. Henry S.), Amhurst, Massachusetts, 1930 August 2, 1930

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Box 4 Biddle, Francis to Henry G. Leach, Washington, D.C., 1945 June 12, 1945

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Billy the Kid, Five letters relating to the shooting of Bell and Ollinger by Billy the Kid.

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Box 4 Foor, C. W., 1931-1935

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Box 4 Gallegos, G., 1936

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Box 4 Binney, A. to J. W. Mighels, n.p., 1846 April 23, 1846

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Box 70 Bird and Bull Press. letters, 1968-1982.



Box 4 Birrell, August ine, Res Judicata: p. 6 with the author's corrections, together with the corrected page.

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Box 4 Biscoe, Walter s. to Earl W. Browning, Albany, 1932 February23, 1932

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Bismark, Otto von


Box 4 Berlin, 1868 February3, 1868

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Box 4 Fredericksberg, 1892 April 5, 1892

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Box 4 Black, Frank S. to George W. Daw, Albany, New York, 1897 March24, 1897

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Blackmur, Richard R. to Elliot

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Box 4 Farrington, Maine, 1927 July 8, 1927


Box 4 Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1927 June 23, 1927


Blackstock, Eleanor to Mrs. Nancy Bennett


Box 4 New York, 1829 July 10, 1829

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Box 4 New York, 1828 January 11, 1828

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Box 4 Blackstone, William, genealogical notes, n.p., n.d.

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Box 4 Taylor, Thomas to Mrs. Cornish, Perwith, 1916 October 2, 1916

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Box 4 Tietling, William C. to Mrs. Cornish, Oxford, n.y. August 29

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Box 4 Blackwood, Frederick Temple Hamilton-Temple, Marquis of Dufferin and Ava, Clandeboye, Ireland, 1861 October 14, 1861

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Box 4 Blaine, James Gillespie to Benjamin B. Odell, August a, Maine, 1884 July 3, 1884

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Box 4 Blind, Karl to John T. Fields, London, 1869 February3, 1869

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Bliss, Major George N., Letters to Major Bliss

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Box 4 From Chamberlain, S. E., 1898 January 17, 1898


Box 4 From Munford, T. T., 1897 May 7, 1897


Box 4 Blumenthal, Walter Hart, The Red Shadow: A Tale of the Devil Frustrated, Philadelphia,, 1965

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Box 70 Blunden, Edmund. 1 folder of photgraph, letter and poem.



Box 5 Boas, Franz to Hans N. Wormann, New York, 1939 November 14, 1939

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Box 5 Bobbé, Dorothie to Adelaide Rudolph, New York, 1934 March25, 1934

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Box 5 Bogardus, Robert to Peter McCartee, New York, 1821 November 10, 1821

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Box 5 Bogart, A. L. to A. P. Sawyer, New York, 1892 February3, 1892

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Box 5 Bogart, A. L. to A. P. Sawyer, New York, 1892 May 4, 1892

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Box 5 Bogota, Manuel, Archbishop of, to Pedro A. Heman, Bogota, 1827 October 8, 1827

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Box 5 Bok, Edward to Henry G. Leach, Philadelphia, 1924 December 15 and 1926 November 26, 1924, 1926

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Box 5 Boker, George Henry, "I stand beside the sea once more", Philadelphia, 1882 February 1, 1882

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Box 5 Boker, George Henry, "close his eyes, his work is done", Philadelphia, 1882 March16, 1882

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Box 5 Benar, Heratius, Edinburgh, 1868 October 16, 1868

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Box 5 Bonney, Thomas George to Thomas McKenny Hughes, Cambridge, 1910 October 2, 1910

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Box 5 Booth, Robert Russell to John Ward Stimson, New York, 1888 February24, 1888

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Box 5 Borah, William to Henry G. Leach, Washington D.C., 1919-1925

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Box 5 Borah, William to W. Cabell Greet, Washington D.C., 1934 November 14, 1934

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Box 5 Borglum, Gutzon to Mrs. Henry G. Leach, Stamfod, Connecticut, 1922 May 27, 1922

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Box 5 Bori, Lecrezia to Madame George Pons, New York 1933 May 2, 1933

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Box 5 Boston Mining Co., Records, 1846


Botkin, Benjamin Albert, Applied folklore: A semantic-dynamic approach, n.p.,, 1965

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Box 5 Essay, hectograph, copy with graph changes and additions in his hand; with mimeograph copies of his "Manual for folklore studies" and "Manual for social-ethnic studies", and a reprint of his " WPA and folklore research" signed and inscribed to Monty Penkower


Box 5 Botta, Anne Charlotte (Lynch) to Charles Lorimer Graham, New York, undated

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Box 5 Botta, Anne Charlotte (Lynch) to Charles Lorimer Graham, Hart's Corners, New York, 1855 July 17, 1855

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Boudinot, Elias, Philadelphia, 1795 December 3, 1795

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Box 5 The first report of the Director of the U.S. Mint after gold coinage was commenced.


Box 5 Bourne, Francis Cardinal, Autograph



Box 70 Bourne, Randolph. Cassettes-""Bourne's America"" 1, 2, 3



Box 5 Boutin, John, Petition regarding the sloop Jupiter, London, 1756 February 19, 1756

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Box 5 Boutin, John, appeal relating to the seizure of the sloop Jupiter, London, 1758 July 4, 1758

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Bowles, L.Q.C. to Messers West and Richardson, Montpelier, Vermont, 1813 December 17, 1813

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Box 5 Printer's estimate of a Testament with specimen page. With covering letter from Charles E. Tuttle.


Box 5 Bowring, John to Colburn and Bentley, London, 1830 April 26, 1830

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Box 5 Boyd, Elizabeth from Sylvia W, Amenia, New York, 1845 September 4, 1845

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Box 5 Boyle, Robert, St. Petersburg, 1903 January 26, 1903

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Box 6 Bradbury, Ernest to Mrs. Bernard Van Dieren, Leeds, 1953 April 16, 1953

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Box 6 Bradbury, Ernest to Mrs. Bernard Van Dieren, Leeds, 1953 April 17, 1953

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Box 6 Brande, Dorothea to Sophie L. Goldsmith, New York, 1935 January 7, 1935

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Box 6 Brande, Dorothea to Sophie L. Goldsmith, New York, 1937 January 15, 1937

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Box 80 Brander MatthewsDramatic Museum. John Gielgud Letters (5 ALS); TMS of Introduction to the Letters of Ruth Draper by Dorothy Warren.



Box 81 Folder 10 Brander Matthews Dramatic Museum. Brighton Aquarium. Contract engaging Prof. Whatman at the Aquarium.



Box 6 Brandeis, Louis Dembitz to Benjamin S. Kirsh, Washington D.C., 1922 April 5, 1922

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Box 6 Brecht, Bertolt, Schweyk (drama), n.p., n.d.

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Box 6 Bredius, Abraham, n.p., undated

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Box 6 Brewster, Benjamin Harris to H.S. Huidekoper, Washinton, 1883 July 5, 1883

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Box 6 Brewster, D. to T. Cadell Esq., Allery, 1879 April 11, 1879

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Box 6 Bright, Marshal Huntington to John Ward Stimson, Tarrytown-on-Hudson, 1883 September 19, 1883

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Box 6 Brimer, M. to William D. Lehier, Paris, 1853 September 1, 1853

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Box 6 Brittain, Harry to John. W. Davis, London, 1942 March26, 1942

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Box 6 Britton, J. to F. Crace, Esq., Burton Crest, England?, 1849 October 13, 1849

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Box 6 Britton, John to W. T. Tiffin, London, 1854 May 31, 1854

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Box 70 Britton, R.S., Flight Log Book.



Box 6 Brockett, Paul to F. N. Cole, Washington, 1919 September 25, 1919

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Box 6 Brockhaus, F. A. to F. J. Soldan, Leipzig, 1882 July 22, 1882

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Box 6 Brodle, Thomas to F. Brooke, Esq., Huddersfield, 1891 November 25, 1891

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Box 6 Broglie, Duc de, London, 1871 August 4, 1871

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Box 67 Bronk. William. Bronk to Samuel French Morse, 1950s through 1990s, 1950s, 1990s



Box 70 Bronk, William.


Box 70 Letters removed from various volumes


Box 70 Poem: ""Beethoven : The Late Sonatas""



Box 6 Brontë, Charlotte, Poems written after the death of her sisters Emily and Anne, Haworth,, 1848-1849

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Box 6 Brooks, Cleanth to W. Cabell Greet, Baton Rouge, 1939 February24, 1939

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Box 6 Brooks, Fannie F. to Fannie Brooks Gardner (Mrs. J. H.), Los Angeles, 1925 January 21, 1925

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Box 6 Brooks, Fannie F. to Fannie Brooks Gardner (Mrs. J. H.), Los Angeles, 1924

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Box 6 Brooks, Fannie F. to Fannie Brooks Gardner (Mrs. J. H.), Los Angeles, 1923 December 27, 1923

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Box 6 Brooks, Fannie F. to Fannie Brooks Gardner (Mrs. J. H.), Fairport, New York, 1922 February 15, 1922

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Box 6 Brooks, Fannie F. to Fannie Brooks Gardner (Mrs. J. H.), Fairport, New York, 1922 January 3, 1922

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Box 6 Brougham, Henry Peter, Baron of Brougham and Vaux to Mrs. Brace, Cannes?, 1863 March31, 1863

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Box 6 Brougham, Lord Henry to Mrs. S., n.p., 1863 April 10, 1863

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Box 6 Brougham, Lord Henry to C. J., n.p., 1855 June 10, 1855

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Box 6 Brougham, Lord Henry to Lord D., n.p., undated

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Box 6 Brougham, Lord Henry to M. le Maire de Cannes, n.p., n.d.

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Box 6 Broughton, Rhoda to Frederick Locker, Colwyn Bay, U.K., n.y. April 10

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Box 6 Brouillette, Michel to Francois Bosseron, Vincennes, 1801 December 1, 1801

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Box 6 Broun, Heywood to Lorna Birtwell, New York City, 1923 April 18, 1923

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Box 6 Brown, Helen Elinor (Mrs. William Adams) to Miss Randolph, New York, 1928 April 15, 1928

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Box 6 Brown, John Mason, n.p., undated

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Box 6 Brown, Richard, Sergeant, Diary, Georgia, 1864 June 16-July 24, 1864

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Box 6 Browne, Charles Farrar to C. F. Smith, New York, 1862 November 5, 1862

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Browning, Elizabeth Barrett to Helena Saville Faucit, London, 1855 October 16, 1855

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Box 6 Helen Faucit was Mrs. Theodore Martin. Originally bound in: D.G. Rossetti. [Tennyson Reading Maud], Catalogued for the Art Collection. Published: LEEB, II, 212-213 (in part).


Box 6 Browning, Robert, inscription added to engraved portrait by Sartain, n.p.,, undated

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Box 6 Browning, Robert, Tennyson readingMaud, London, 1874 March6, 1874

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Box 6 Brundage, Avery to Walter Heil, Chicago, 1959 January 19, 1959

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Box 6 Bryan, Henry L. to John Bassett Moore, Washington, 1898 March9, 1898

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Box 6 Bryan, Henry L. to John Bassett Moore, Washington, 1898 November 16, 1898

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Box 6 Bryan, William Jennings to Ira E. Bennett, Washington, 1913 November 4, 1913

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Box 6 Bryant, William Cullen to J. W. Francis, n.p., undated

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Box 6 Bryant, William Cullen to Messrs. C. W. Laurence, New York, 1836 April 2, 1836

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Box 6 Bryant, William Cullen to A. Davazac, New York, 1844 January 11, 1844

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Box 6 Bryant, William Cullen to E. French, New York, 1867 November 14, 1867

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Box 6 Bryant, William Cullen to F. A. Cheney, New York, 1871 December 19, 1871

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Box 6 Bryant, William Cullen to Lathers, New York, 1873 May 22, 1873

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Box 6 Bryant, William Cullen to George W. Childs, New York, 1875 April 12, 1875

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Box 6 Bryant, William Cullen, "See, on the mountain's distant head" (poem), New York, 1875 April 12, 1875

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Box 6 Bryant, William Cullen to Thomas S. Holman, Roslyn, 1876 October 5, 1876

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Box 6 Bryant, William Cullen, Biographical Material, n.p., undated

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Box 6 Bryant, William Cullen, "men hearkened to her words…", n.p., 1864 May 5, 1864

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Box 6 Bryce, James to Mr. Renshaw, Isle of Skye, 1915 June 18, 1915

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Box 7 Buber, Martin to Hoseph L. Blau, Talbiyeh, Jerusalem, 1949 March15, 1949

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The Buccaneers Club, Inc., Records of the club, New York, 1923-1927

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Box 7 Contents: Certificate of Incorporation, p. i-vii; Constitution and By-laws, p.1-11; Minutes of regular and special meetings, p.12-42; High spots in…Minutes, 2p.; Certificate of Incorporation (copy filed with New York State)


Buchanan, James, Washington, D.C., 1859 July 1, 1859

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Box 7 Land grants to 3 residents of Harvard Co., Ia.,George D. Grant, Noah N. Jones and Alexander Ramsey; signed by proxy J. B. Leonard.


Buchanan, James, Washington, D.C., 1860 February 1, 1860

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Box 7 Land grant to Charity Vance, widow of William Vance, fifer and private in the Revolution; signed by proxy J.B. Leonard.


Box 7 Buckley, Joseph to Samuel Ruggles, New York, 1832 May 15, 1832

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Box 7 Bulwer-Lytton, Edward George Earl, Baron Lytton, n.p., 1837 May 25, 1837

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Box 7 Bulwer-Lytton, Edward Robert, Earl of Lytton, Paris, 1874 February 19, 1874

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Box 7 Bunche, Ralph Johnson to Randol F. Fawkes, Lake Success, NY, 1947 December 19, 1947

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Box 7 Bunner, Henry Cuyler to Dewitt Miller, Nutley, N.J., 1893 March1, 1893

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Box 7 Bunner, Henry Cuyler to Dewitt Miller, Nutley, N.J., 1893 March25, 1893

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Box 7 Bunner, Henry Cuyler to Dewitt Miller, Nutley, N.J., 1893 November 7, 1893

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Box 7 Bunner, Henry Cuyler to Dewitt Miller, Nutley, N.J., 1893 November 14, 1893

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Box 7 Bunner, Henry Cuyler to Dewitt Miller, Nutley, N.J., 1893 November 21, 1893

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Box 7 Burdett, George, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1919 October 9, 1919

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Box 7 Burger, Warren Earl to Alexander Holtzoff, Washington, D.C., undated

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Box 7 Burgess, Gelett, The Maxims of Methuselah

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Box 70 Burgess, John W. letter from John W. Burgess to Benjamin Vestal Hubbard, June 12, 1927.



Box 7 Burnah, Welton and Co., Manchester, Massachusetts, 1850 September 6, 1850

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Box 7 Burns, Robert to James Clarke, Dumfries, Scot., 1796 June 26, 1796

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Box 7 Burroughs, John to Mr. Wilcox, West Park, N.Y., 1900 May 16, 1900

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Box 7 Burroughs, John to Adoph c. Babenroth, West Park, N.Y., 1913 January 26, 1913

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Box 7 Burroughs, John, Untaught Wisdom (essay), n.p., n.d.

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Box 7 Burroughs, John, "Waiting" (poem), n.p., 1919 January 18, 1919

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Box 7 Burroughs, John, Hit and Miss Methods of Nature, n.p., undated

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Box 7 Burton, Henri, Paris, 1854 February22, 1854

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Box 7 Burton, Richard Francis, letter to Burton, Southampton, Eng., 1881 January 21, 1881

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Butler, Nicholas Murray

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Box 7 To Charles C. Burlingham, New York, 1946 December 31, 1946

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Box 7 To Nicholas Murray Butler, New York, 1946 December 26, 1946

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Box 70 Butler, Nicholas Murray


Box 70 Album of photographs of members of the Murray and Butler families, including Nicholas Murray Butler. From the library of N.M. Butler, with his binding, initialled on the spine.


Box 70 Photographs of N.M. Butler, press clippings



Box 7 Butts, Mary to Oswell Blakeston, Sarah' Well, U.K., undated

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Box 7 Butts, Mary to Oswell Blakeston, Sennen, U.K., undated

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Box 7 Butts, Mary to Oswell Blakeston, Sennen, U.K., 1934 January 11, 1934

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Box 7 Butts, Mary to Oswell Blakeston, Sennen, U.K., 1934 February6, 1934

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Box 7 Butts, Mary to Oswell Blakeston, Sennen, U.K., 1936 February25, 1936

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Box 7 Byrne, John to his brother, New York 1858 October 1, 1858

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Box 7 Byrne, John to his borther, New York 1858 November 13, 1858

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Box 7 Byrne, Muriel St. Clare to Elizabeth Reynard, London, ca. 1937

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Byron, Anne Isabella Noël (Milbanke) to August a Leigh, Ravensgate, 1835 June 1, 1835

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Box 7 From the library of Prof. Elizabeth Reynard, A.B. Barnard 1922. Presented in 1962 by Virginia Gildersleeve, A.B. Barnard 1899 Dean Emeritus, Barnard College, 1962, 1899


Byron, George Gordon Noël Byron, 6th Baron to M. Galignani, Venice, 1819 April 27, 1819

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Box 7 From the library of Prof. Elizabeth Reynard, A.B. Barnard 1922. Presented in 1962 by Virginia Gildersleeve, A.B. Barnard 1899 Dean Emeritus, Barnard College, 1962, 1899


Box 7 Byron, George Gordon, Documents relating to George Gordon Byron, especially a trip to Egypt and the Near East, 1861-62

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Box 8 Cable, David, New York, 1773 April 1, 1773

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Box 8 Cabot, Hugh to Mrs. Codman, Boston?, 1905 July 11, 1905

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Box 8 Cahier, C., n.p., 1848 March10, 1848

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Caine, (Sir) Hall to Frederick James Shields, n.p., 1881 November 28, 1881

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Box 8 Discusses the final illness of D. G. Rossetti


Box 8 Caleraft, G. to Hitchen Holland, London, 1759 March10, 1759

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Box 8 Calhoun, John Caldwell to c. Hughes, Washington, 1828 May 16, 1828

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Box 8 Callaph, Thomas W. to his brother, Workington, 1866 December 10, 1866

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Box 8 Calvert, Hnery Murray to Willard H. Platt, Brooklyn, NY, 1920 May 14, 1920

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Box 8 Cameron, Simon to William L. Marcy, n.p., 1857 January 30, 1857

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Cames, Martin, Warwick, 1657 August 12, 1657

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Box 8 Will and testament, making John Barryman his executor, witnessed by Edward Cames, James Kelley, /010/21 and John Barryman /010/21 (on verso).


Box 8 Campbell, Thomas to Robert Hannay, n.p., 1832 September 8, 1832

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Box 8 Campbell, Thomas, London, 1833 May 3, 1833

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Box 8 Campbell, Thomas to Miss Alison, London, 1837 October 6, 1837

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Box 8 Campina, Joaquin to Don Antonio Jose en Vallenilla, Washington, 1828 ? March11, 1828

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Canning, Charles John

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Box 8 To Colonel Jenkins, Calcutta, 1860 July 14, 1860

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Box 8 To Sir Mordaunt Wells, Calcutta?, 1860 August 25, 1860

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Box 8 Canning, George, n.p., 2, March1826

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Box 81 Folder 8 Cantor, Eli. "The Golden Goblet" mimeographed playscript.



Box 8 Carlisle, Nicholas to Thomas Amoyt, London, 1828 February 16, 1828

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Box 8 Carducci, Giosue to J. E. Spingarn, Madesimo su lo Spluga, 1899 August 30, 1899

(a.l.s. 2p. Gift of Mrs. J. E. Spingarn, 1951)


Carlyle, Thomas, What a Lie Is, n.p., n.d.

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Box 8 Reader must use Xerox copy of ms; original not to be used without the permission of the Librarian for Rare Books and Manuscripts.


Box 8 Carman, Bliss to Ward, New York, 1904 February6, 1904

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Box 8 Carnegie, Andrew to John A. Stewart, New York, 1912 January 29, 1912

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Box 8 Carpenter, Edward to Eva Martin, Guildford, U.K., undated

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Box 8 Carpenter, Edward to John Ward Stimson, Holmerfield, England, 1901 August 5, 1901

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Box 8 Carpenter, Edward to Ralph Straus, Millthorpe, Holmesfield, U.K., 1905 March1, 1905

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Box 8 Carpenter, Edward to Ralph Straus, London, 1908 February2, 1908

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Box 8 Carpenter, Edward, Millthorpe, Holmesfield, U.K., 1905 ? May 8, 1905

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Box 8 Carpenter, Edward to Mrs. Frith, Sheffield, U.K., 1905 May 28, 1905

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Carpenter, Edward to James Burnet, Holmesfield, U.K., 1909 January 13, 1909

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Box 8 Removed from his: The intermediate sex. London, Sonnenschein, 1908. Incsribed to Dr. James Burnet.


Carpenter, Edward to James Burnet, Holmesfield, U.K., 1909 January 26, 1909

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Box 8 Removed from his: The intermediate sex. London, Sonnenschein, 1908. Incsribed to Dr. James Burnet.


Box 8 Carpenter, Edward, Holmesfield, U.K., 1909 August 5, 1909

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Box 8 Carpenter, Edward to Wilding, Holmesfield, U.K., 1917 December 2, 1917

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Box 8 Carpenter, Edward to Wolf?, Holmesfield, U.K., 1917 December 20, 1917

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Box 8 Carpenter, Edward, The downs by the sea, Beachy Head, U. K., 1912 November, 1912

(a.ms., 1p. poem, draft with many corrections in his hand 293 -- 1980 June 24)


Box 8 Carpenter, Edward, That fellow, n.p., n.d.

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Box 8 Carrrington, Henry B. to Clarence D. Birdseye, Hyde Park, Massachusetts, 1909 May 14, 1909

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Box 8 Caruso, Enrico to whom it May concern, re: Betty Callish, Florence, 1913 August 11, 1913

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Flaubert, Gustave, Three Tales, tr. By Francis J. A. Carway, Brooklyn, New York,, undated

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Box 8 Contents: A Simple Soul, The Legend of St. Julian the Hospitaler (pt. 1 only), Herodias, photograph of translator included



Box 9 Cass, Lewis to H. Dwight, Washington, D.C., 1835 April 28, 1835

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Box 9 Cather, Willa to Lorna Birtwell, New York City, 1923 March12, 1923

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Box 9 Cather, Willa to Lorna Birtwell, New York City, 1922 November 10, 1922

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Box 9 Cather, Willa, n.p., n.d.

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Box 9 Cather, Willa to Lorna Birtwell, New York City, 1922 November 27, 1922

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Box 9 Cavendish, Spencer Compton, 8th Duke of Devonshire, London, 1892 June 29, 1892

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Box 9 Cavendish, William George Spencer, 6th Duke of Devonshire, n.p., ca. 1820 June 2, ca. 1820

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Box 9 Cervera y Topete, Pascual to Lawrence Turnure Company, Annapolis, 1898 July 20, 1898

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Box 9 Chamberlain, Austen to Robert McCheyne Edgar, London, 1893 March28, 1893

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Box 9 Chamberlain, Joseph to Robert McChayne Edgar, Birmingham, 1892 June 28, 1892

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Chambers, Robert William, An airline, n.p., 1904 ?, 1904

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Box 9 Chapter VI of his Civil War novel Special Messenger . New York, D. Appleton and Company, 1909. p.151-191


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Box 9 Chamboz, Felix, Gannat, 1905 October 2, 1905

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Box 9 Channing, William Ellery, Boston, 1832 March29, 1832

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Box 9 Chapin, Howard M. to Mr. P. Stammer, Providence, RI, 1920 August 12-September 10, 1920

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Box 9 Chateaubriand, Francois Rene to Monsieur le President du Conseil

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Box 9 Chever, John to Steven Roday, Ossining, New York, 1970 August 24, 1970

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Box 9 Chesterton, Gilbert Keith, Proof sheets for an article on George Frederick Watts, n.p.,, undated

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Chiappe, Andrew, Shakespeare's The Tempest, n.p., undated

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Box 9 Lecture, transcribed from tape in 1969. Two copies. Transferred from Oral History Research Office, Columbia University, 1978.


Box 9 Chilqott, George Miles, His biography, n.p., 1883

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Box 9 Childers, Myers to McKewan, London, 1875 February 11, 1875

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Box 9 Choate, Rufus, London, 1828 September 3, 1828

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Box 75 Christodora House. Photographs (10); Printed Matter (2)



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Box 9 Clark, Edward Gregory, Wooton-Underedge, 1731 January 20, 1731

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Clark, Jonas, Revolutionary War Diary, 1175 April 2 -- 1776 February2, 1175, 1776

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Box 9 Jonas Clark was the Great, great grandfather of Prof. Donald L. Clark


Box 9 Clark, James Beauchamp to Ira S. Bennett, Washington, 1914 April 2, 1914

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Box 9 Clark, Thomas M. to John M. Taylor, Narragansett Pier, 1868 August 31, 1868

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Box 9 Clarke, Thomas Cottrell to Benjamin Moran, Camden, 1859 November 11, 1859

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Box 9 Clarke, Thomas Cottrell, Poe: What those say who knew him best, n.p., ca. 1858

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Box 9 Clay, Henry to Richard H. Wilde, Ashland, 1847 June 2, 1847

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Box 9 Clement, Peter to Messrs. Andrew Clow and Co., London, 1790 October 21, 1790

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Box 9 Cleveland, Grover to Alton B. Parker?, New York, 1890 February 19, 1890

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Box 9 Cleveland, Grover to Richard Harding Davis, New York, 1891 February5, 1891

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Box 9 Cleveland, Grover to George C. D. Odell, Westland, Princeton, NJ, 1897 November 13, 1897

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Box 75 Clinton, De Witt. 1 framed portrait, engraved by J. Rogers, and 1 autograph document,, November 17, 1820



Box 9 Clinton, Charles, Little Britain, 1754 December 9, 1754

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Box 9 Clinton, George to Gabriel W. Ludlow, Albany, 1802 October 2, 1802

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Box 9 Clinton, George to Gabriel W. Ludlow, Albany, 1802 October 20, 1802

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Box 9 Clossy, Samuel, v.p., 1764 August 1 -- 1780 July 9, 1764, 1780

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Box 10 Cobb, Charles M., Battle of the Kegs, Reading, Vermont, undated

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Box 10 Cobbett, Willaim to Mathew Cary, London, 1825 April 4, 1825

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Box 10 Cobden, Richard to W. Bird, Paris, 1860 May 1, 1860

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Box 10 Cobden-Sanderson, Thomas James

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Box 10 Coctean, Jean, Toulon, ca. 1933

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Box 10 Code, Grant to Miss Boult and Miss Stevens (Beatrice), Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1925 May 19, 1925

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Box 10 Coffin, Robert P. Tristram to W. Cabell Greet, Brunswick, Me., 1937 October 22, 1937

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Box 10 Coffin, Robert P. Tristram to W. Cabell Greet, Brunswick, Me., 1937 October 27, 1937

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Box 10 Colbren, W. T. to Charles F. Chandler, New York, 1889 March9, 1889

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Box 10 Coleman, William to Timothy Green, Greenfield, 1788 January 5, 1788

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Box 10 Coleman, William to Timothy Green, Greenfield, 1788 November 3, 1788

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Box 10 Coleman, William to Timothy Green, Greenfield, 1788 December 19, 1788

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Box 10 Coleman, William to Timothy Green, Greenfield, 1789 March3, 1789

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Box 10 Coleman, William to Timothy Green, Greenfield, 1789 May 3, 1789

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Box 10 Coleman, William to Timothy Green, Greenfield, 1789 July 28, 1789

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Box 10 Coleman, William to Timothy Green, Greenfield, 1789 August 5, 1789

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Box 10 Coleman, William to Timothy Green, Greenfield, 1793 April 20, 1793

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Box 10 Coleman, William to Timothy Green, Greenfield, 1788 January 5, 1788

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Box 10 Coleman, William to Timothy Green, Greenfield, 1793 July 10, 1793

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Box 10 Coleman, William to Timothy Green, New Fane, 1794 March10, 1794

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Box 10 Coleman, William to Timothy Green, Greenfield, 1794 March27, 1794

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Box 10 Coleman, William to Timothy Green, Greenfield, 1794 May 20, 1794

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Box 10 Coleman, William to Timothy Green, Greenfield, 1794 June 17, 1794

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Box 10 Coleman, William to Timothy Green, Greenfield, 1794 July 10, 1794

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Box 10 Coleman, William to Timothy Green, Greenfield, 1794 August 30, 1794

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Box 10 Coleman, William to Timothy Green, Greenfield, 1795 November 26, 1795

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Box 10 Coleman, William to Timothy Green, Philadelphia, 1796 January 4, 1796

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Box 10 Coleridge, Samuel Taylor to C. Aders, n.p., 1823 August 4, 1823

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Box 10 Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, Youth and Age (poem), n.p., undated

(a.ms.s., 2p. (Photostat) Gift of Herman Ausubel, 1956)



Box 66 Colles, William M., 2006-2007--MB

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Box 67 Colles, 2006-2007--M61

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Box 72 Colles, William Morris Collection--Letters with Arnold Bennett and Michael Rossetti



Box 81 Folder 2 Colles, William Morris. Correspondence.



Box 75 Colles, William Morris. Donovan Dick (J.E. Muddock) Letters


Box 75 Columbia Theater Associates. 1 folder of programmes



Box 10 Columbus, Christopher to the Doges of Genoa, Seville, 1502 April 2, 1502

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Box 10 Colvin, Sydney to "Dear Sir", London, 1921 January 25, 1921

(a.l.s., 1p. (with carbon reply) Removed from: Covin, Sydney.Keats, London, Macmillan, 1887 (Rare Book Collection) Gift of James Weil, 1990)


Box 10 Colvin, W. E. to John Bakeless, Charlo, Montana, 1956 March4, 1956

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Box 68 Committee of Concerned Scientists. Power Point CD of photos taken during refusenik conference, 1977-1980 by Professor James Langer, 1977-1980



Box 10 Comstock, D.A. to Seth Comstock, New York, 1849 November 9, 1849

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Box 10 Congdon, Charles T. to Mr. Ingraham, New York, 1864 January 6, 1864

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Box 10 Congdon, Charles T., Dear Childe

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Box 10 Congdon, Charles T., The Garret, 1882 October 8, 1882

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Box 10 Conger, Sarah Pike to Capt. Bellairs, Pekin, China, 1900 ?, 1900

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Box 10 Conkling, Roscoe to Mrs. F. Hollister, Utica, undated

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Box 10 Connolly, Cyril Vernon to John Hayward, n.p., undated

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Box 10 Connolly, Cyril Vernon to Mona?, London, n.y. September 9

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Box 10 Connolly, Cyril Vernon to John Hayward, London, 1945 September 11, 1945

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Box 10 Connolly, Cyril Vernon to John Hayward, London, 1945 October 15, 1945

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Box 10 Connolly, Cyril Vernon to John Hayward, London, 1961 June 9, 1961

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Box 10 Connolly, Cyril Vernon to John Hayward, Lewes, Sussex, England, 1961 September 11, 1961

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Box 10 Connolly, Deirdre (Mrs. Cyril) and Cyril, n.p., undated

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Box 10 Connolly, James B. to Grace Morse, Boston, 1925 September 16, 1925

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Box 10 Connolly, James B. to Grace Morse, Chestnut Hill, Mass., 1928 April 14, 1928

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Connor, Ginny, Secret Years of Chiang Kai-Shek, n.p., 1969

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Box 10 Excepts and summaries from diary of Jennie Che-ju Chen; with marginal notes in Connor's hand and copies of related items.


Box 10 Chen was Chiang's first wife. Connor prepared this t.ms., many pages of which are photocopies, from the ms. of the diary. Copies of related correspondence and other documents included to explain the origin of Chen's diary, her attempt to publish it, and it's suppression by Nationalist Chinese agents.


Box 10 Photocopy must be used by readers. (The original manuscript from which this photocopy was made is stored in the vault and May not be consulted without the permission of the Librarian for Rare Books and Manuscripts)


Box 10 Conybeare, Frederick to Carline Runtz-Rees, Folkstone, 1923 November 22, 1923

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Box 11 Cook, Thomas, Lt. Royal Navy to Captain Symons, n.p., undated

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Box 11 Contains the upper half of a letter written to T. cook, dated 25 May 1832 and related printed material regarding Cook's inventions: a life boat, a life preserver, a night life buoy, and protection reins, May 1832


Box 11 Cookbook (anonymous), Receipts for cooking &c., n.p., 1875

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Box 11 Cook, Josiah P., Leghorn, 1849 May 15, 1849

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Box 11 Coolbaugh, Samuel to R. I. Arundel, Bradford, PA, 1831 June 4, 1831

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Box 11 Cooper, James Fenimore to D. Lord, Jr., Albany, 1842 February 12, 1842

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Box 11 Cooper, James Fenimore to John Lorimer Graham, Cooperstown, NY, 1843 December 10, 1843

(a.l.s., 1p. (with a t.l. transcript) 2293B (Rare Book)-3/9/94)


Box 11 Cooper, James Fenimore, Lease of " the small red house, Cooperstown, NY, 1843 November 27, 1843

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Box 69 Coover, Chris.



Box 11 Copland, Aaron to Mary Elizabeth Taylor (Mrs. Davidson), Peekskill, NY, 1976 March24, 1976

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Box 11 Copley, John Singleton, Baron Lyndhurst, Turville, England, 1846 December 18, 1846

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Coppee, Francois, Le printemps, n.p., undated

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Box 11 Le Printemps (d'apres le tableau de A. Cot.)


Box 11 Cornell, Katherine to J. Bennett Nolan, Neew York, 1941 September 10, 1941

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Box 11 Corcoran, William W. to John Ward Stimson, Washington, 1882 November 25, 1882

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Box 11 Cornish, Harry to various people, New York, 1898-1899

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Box 11 Cornwallis, Charles, First Marquess Cornwallis to George Washington, n.p., 1777 January 7, 1777

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Box 11 Cornwallis, Charles, First Marquess of Cornwallis, Yorktown, VA, 1781 October 19, 1781

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Box 11 Cornwallis, Charles, First Marquess of Cornwallis to Macleod, Phoenix Park, Dublin, 1800 January 1, 1800

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Box 11 Cornwallis, Wykeham Stanley to J. Nolan, Maidstone, Eng., 1934 July 20 and 30, 1934

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Box 11 Correa de Serra, Jose Francisco to David Hosack, New York, n.y. October 2

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Box 11 Corson, Juliet to Elizabeth K. Churchill, New York, 1878 September 20, 1878

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Courtauld, Samuel August ine to Mrs. Bradhurst, Bocking, Braintree, Eng., 1911 December 9, 1911

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Box 11 Removed from: Horatius Flaccus, Quintus. The odes. London, Bickers, 1908. Metrical translated by various authors. Selected by S.A. Courtauld. Inscribed by the editor to Mrs. Bradhurst.


Box 11 Couve, Pierre to Cher poet, n.p., 1867

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Box 11 Cox, Mrs. Aletha B., Lecture on Edgar Allen Poe, New York, 1905

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Box 11 Cox, Palmer, Illustration for The Brownies through the Union and negative

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Box 12 Crabbe, George to John Murray, Trewbridge, U.K., 1819 March30, 1819

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Box 12 Crackenthorpe, Hubert Montague to Sydney Pawling, Sault-de-Navailles, France, 1895 April 30, 1895

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Box 12 Crane, Bruce to John Ward Stimson, Seine-et-Marne, undated

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Box 12 Crane, Maj. Gen. Elisha to John Brooks, Canton, 1822 February20, 1822

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Box 12 Crane, Walter to John Ward Stimson, Nantucket, 1892 June 24, 1892

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Box 12 Crawford, Cheryl to Luther Adler, New York 193-, June 30

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Box 12 Crawford, Samuel Wylie

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Box 12 Creblut, George to Mr. Hatchard, Mutton, 1812 May 28, 1812

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Box 12 Creekmore, Hubert, "An Evening to Honor the Memory of Hubert Creekmore", New York, 1967 February 10, 1967

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Box 12 Croly, George to the Rev. W. Valentine, n.p., 1849 November 10, 1849

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Box 12 Croly, Jennie Cunningham to Elizabeth K. Churchill, New York, 1878 October 5, 1878

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Box 12 Croly, Jennie Cunningham to Elizabeth K. Churchill, New York, 1878 December 3, 1878

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Crompton, Anna Perry to Mr. Hatmo, New York, 1938 December 25, 1938

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Box 12 Inscription on fly leaf removed from Narrative of the expedition of an American squadron to the china Seas and Japan, by Francis L. Hawkes


Box 12 Crosse, Richard, London, 1763 December 15, 1763

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Box 12 Cruger, Cornelia to Mrs. Howood, Cruger's Island, NY, 1889 February, 1889

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Box 12 Cuba. Superior Tribunal de Justicia. San Agustin, Cuba, 1819 September 2, 1819

(ms.d., 2p., decree expelling from Cuba Carlos Bulow, a U.S. citizen Transferred from Columbiana, 1978)


Box 12 Culbertson, Ely to W. Cabell Greet, New York, 1934 August 4, 1934

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Box 12 Cummin, John W. to Thomas Lamont, Washington, D.C., n.y. March30

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Box 12 Cummings, E. E. to Henry W. Wells, New York, 1941 November 10, 1941

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Box 12 Cummings, E. E. to Henry W. Wells, New York, 1942 January 31, 1942

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Box 12 Cunningham, Allan, London, 1822 January 19, 1822

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Cunningham, Richard (Plaintiff), v. the Orphan Asylum of the City of New York (Defendant)

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Box 12 Declaration: Statement of the costs of the Court action of the Defendant


Box 12 Curry, David A. to George M. Herrick, Ogden, Utah, 1893 December 11, 1893

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Box 12 Curie, Marie, n.p., n.d.

(Christmas Card with note Gift of Mrs. Henry L. Moses, 1962)


Box 12 Curie, Marie to Mrs. Henry Moses, Paris, 1929 September 25, 1929

(t.l.s., 1p. with photograph and clippings Gift of Mrs. Henry L. Moses, 1962)


Box 12 Curle, Richard Henry Parnell to John Mavrogordato, London, 1912 June 25, 1912

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Cust, Henry John Cockayne from the Staff of the Pall Mall Gazette, London, 1896 February8, 1896

(ms.l., 2p., hand-illuminated on vellum Gift of Stephen E. Koss, 1980)


Box 12 "To Henry J.C. Cust, Esq., from the compositors and readers on the Pall Mall Gazette." Signed by Richard W. Lee and Edwin Hyatt. In leather portfolio.


Box 12 Astor, William Waldorf to Henry John Cockayne Cust, London, 1893 December 16, 1893

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Box 12 Astor, William Waldorf to Henry John Cockayne Cust, Taplow, Bucks., 1894 March18, 1894

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Box 12 Astor, William Waldorf to Henry John Cockayne Cust, Brighton, 1895 February9, 1895

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Box 12 Astor, William Waldorf to Henry John Cockayne Cust, London, 1895 March23, 1895

(ms.l., 3p., signed by John Couch Adams Gift of Stephen E. Koss, 1980)


Box 12 Astor, William Waldorf to Henry John Cockayne Cust, London, 1896 February3, 1896

(ms.l., 2p., with typescript copies of 7 related letters; proxy signature by secretary Gift of Stephen E. Koss, 1980)


Box 12 Cutter, Charles A. to F.J. Soldan, Boston, 1879 October 17, 1879

(a.l.s., 2p.)



Box 13 D, W. T. to Cummings (Editor of the Christian Mirror), v.p., 1847 June --July, 1847

(3 a.l.s.)


Box 13 Daiches, David, "Sir Walter Scott Today", n.p., ca. 1971

(a.ms.s., 9p., with note: "written for a French newspaper for Scott's 200th anniversary" Gift of Barry Scott, 1973)


Box 13 Daiches, David, "Scott and Scotland", Edinburgh, ca. 1971 August, ca. 1971

(a.ms., 13p., with autograph corrections; with note: "Delivered at Edinburgh at the celebration for the bicentenary of Scott's birth. August 1971 Gift of Barry Scott, 1973)


Box 13 Dales, John to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Chrystie, Newburgh, NY, 1871 April 4, 1871

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 13 Daly, August in to Joseph Keppler, New York, 1892 August 16, 1892

(a.l.s., 1p. Gift of Mrs. W.O.C. Kiene, 445 Riverside Dr.)


Box 13 Dalzell, J.N. Graham to James Maidmont, London?, 1858 March31, 1858

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 13 Daniel, Charles Henry Olive to Mr. Kitchen, Oxford, England, n.y. September 13

(a.l.s., 3p.)



Box 66 Dannay, F.

(Group of letters from Ida Cohen Selavan to F. Dannay and Eleanor Sulivan.)



Box 13 Da Ponte, Lorenzo, Un Doloroso addio

(ms poem, 2p., Photocopy of the original 45758F)


Box 13 Da Ponte, Lorenzo to William Harris, New York, 1819 November 2, 1819

(a.l.s., 1p., photocopy of the original)


Box 13 Da Ponte, Lorenzo to William Alexander Duer, New York, 1830 November 1, 1830

(a.l.s., 1p., photocopy)


Box 13 Da Ponte, Lorenzo to Clement Clarke, 1825 New York October 8, 1825

(a.l.s., 1p., photocopy of the original)


Da Ponte, Lorenzo


Box 13 Da Ponte, L.L., and Co., New York, 1828 December 3, 1828

(ms.d., 1p. receipt for supplies for Library, accounting to $218.53, $100 of which was pain in cash)


Box 13 Anderson, Henry James, New York, 1828 December 3, 1828

(a.d.s., 1p. Note that bill mentioned above was examined and found correct, i.e., that sum of $118.53 is still due L.L. da Ponte; on verso of above; note that bill was approved and ordered to be paid 1828 December 12, signed by William Harris; note that sum of $118.53 was received from William Johnson, signed by L.L. DaPonte, 1828 December 12)


Da Ponte, Lorenzo


Box 13 Columbia College, Trustee, Committee on Books, 1826 January 6, 1826

(ms.d., 2p., report on books offered for sale to the College by Lorenzo da Ponte, Photostat of the original)


Box 13 Da Ponte, Lorenzo to William Harris, New York 1825 November 11, 1825

(ms.l.s., 1p., photocopy of the original)


Da Ponte, Lorenzo


Box 13 Columbia College, Trustees, Standing Committee, New York, 1825 September 5, 1825

(ms.d., 2p., appointment of Lorenzo da Ponte, photocopy)


Box 13 Da Ponte, Lorenzo to S. Jarvis, New York, 1809 September 12, 1809

(a.l.s., 2p., photocopy of original 45758F)


Box 13 Da Ponte, Lorenzo to S. Jarvis, New York, ca. 1809 November 7, ca. 1809

(a.l.s., 1p., photostat of original 45758F)


Box 13 Da Ponte, Lorenzo to S. Jarvis, New York, 1809 November 28, 1809

(a.l.s., 1p., Photostat of original 45758F)


Box 13 Da Ponte, Lorenzo to Nathaniel F. Moore, Philadelphia, 1818 October 2, 1818

(a.l.s., 1p., Photostat of original 02803T)


Da Ponte, Lorenzo to Nathaniel F. Moore, Philadelphia, 1819 March27, 1819

(a.l.s., 1p., photocopy of original 02803T)


Box 13 Text of letter printed in the May 1958 issue of the Columns, May 1958


Box 13 Jarvis, Samuel to Lorenzo da Ponte, New Haven, undated

(a.l. (draft) 2p., photocopy of original 45758F)


Box 13 Da Ponte, Lorenzo, New York, 1830-1831

(3 doc.s. (receipts for tuition), photocopy of original 293 -- 57615F 11/6/58)


Box 13 Darling, Jay N. to Roger Howson, Des Moines, Iowa, 1937 December 17, 1937

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Darwin, Charles

(293 -- 1991 July 17)


Box 13 to Asa Gray, n.p., 1874 June 3, 1874

(ms.l., 2p., copy, in the hand of Gray)


Box 13 Gray, Asa to Rood, Cambridge, 1874 June, 1874

(a.n.s., added to copy above)


Box 13 Dati, Carle to John Milton, Florence, 1647 November, 1647

(a.l.s., 10p., Photostat Original in New York Public Library Gift of Donald L. Clark)


Box 13 Daudet, Alphonso, n.p., undated

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 13 Davis, Andrew Jackson, Portland, n.y., January 13

(a.l.s., 4p.)


Box 13 Davis, John W. to Nettie L. Waddell, New York, 1924 November 14, 1924

(t.l.s., 1p. Gift of John N. Waddell, 1962)


Box 13 Davis, Rebecca Harding to F. M. Hopkins, Marion, Massachusetts, n.y., September 6

(a.l.s., 2p.)


Box 13 Davis, Richard Harding to Vincent Starrett, Mount Kisco, NY, n.y., March10

(a.l.s., 1p., Bequest of Hilda Ward)


Box 13 Davis, Richard Harding to E. O. Roessle, Marion, Massachusetts, 1903 November 10, 1903

(a.l.s., 2p., with envelope Gift of Mrs. Robert P. Hamilton, 1977)


Box 13 Davis, Robert Gorham to Steven Roday, New York, 1970 October 8, 1970

(t.l.s., 1p. Gift of Stephen Roday, 1972)


Box 13 Davis, W. W. to Lemmel Nash, Alton, MO, 1850 March3, 1850

(a.l.s., 4p.)


Box 13 Dawson, Warrington to J. Bennett Nolan, Versailles, France, 1931 October 12, 1931

(a.l.s., 2p.)


Box 13 Decken, Bonn, 1829 July 17, 1829

(a.l.s., 1p.)


deFord, Miriam Allen to Gustav Davidson, San Francisco, 1957-1967

(2 t.l.s., 3 t.p.c.s. (with 5 related items))


Box 13 Removed from: Miriam Allen deFord. Pemultimates: poems by Miriam Allen deFord.New York, The Fine Editions Press, 1962. (Butlstax/PS/3507/.E338/P4)


Box 13 Lade, De La, Paul, Paris, 1907 December 9, 1907

(a.l.s., 4p.)


Box 13 De La Mare, Walter to Miss Lorna Birtwell, Garrison, Maryland, 1924 October 20, 1924

(a.l.s., 4p. 34946G)


Box 13 Delancy, Stephen to Ann Van Horne, Scarsdale, 1785 November 26, 1785

(a.l.s., 1p. Gift of Mrs. Russell V. Cruikshank, 1962)


Box 13 Delancy, Stephen, London, 1796 September 23, 1796

(a.d., 3p., draft affidavit regarding the debt of James Fozard)


Box 13 Deland, Margaret to Mr. Saunders, Boston, 1920 May 25, 1920

(t.l.s., 1p.)


Box 13 Deland, Margaret to Mr. Saunders, Boston, 1916 March18, 1916

(a.n.s., 1p.)


Box 13 Deland, Margaret to Mr. Clark, Kennebunkport, Me., 1928 February 10, 1928

(t.l.s., 1p. Bancroft -- 1947E)


Box 13 Delisle, Leopold Victor, Paris, 1891 November 14, 1891

(a.l.s., 3p.)


de Meo, Diomedes, In tribunali St. Laurentis, 1786 March8, 1786

(ms. on paper with seal Gift of Harry G. Friedman, 1955)


Box 13 Document signed by Hieronymous Vaxalius


Box 13 Ferdinand IV, King of Naples, Letter patent granted to Diomedo de Meo, 1786 March4, 1786

(ms. on vellum, 4 11 Gift of Harry L. Friedman, 1955)


Box 13 Denison, Charles W. to Martin Van Buren, Norwich, Conn., 1841 November 16, 1841

(a.ls., 3p., Photostat)


DePeyster, Frederic, Washington, D.C., 1829 March5, 1829

(p.d.s., 1p. Trans. from Columbiana, 1985)


Box 13 Certificate admitting Depeyster to plead before the U.S. Supreme Court; signed by the Court's clerk William Thomas Carroll


Box 13 dePeyster, John Watts to the Librarian, Columbia University, Tiveli, N.Y., 1899 May 10, 1899

(a.l.s., 2p.)


Box 13 de Sarde to Mr. Bradley, Philadelphia, n.y., September 5

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 13 De Soto Freire, Casa Editorial Tipografica to J.M. Andreini, Lugo, Spain, 1868 December 10, 1868

(a.l.s., 2p. Letter from: Murguia, Manuel.Historia de Galicia.Gift of Casa Hispanica, 1964)


Box 13 Detaille, Edouard, n.p., 1902 April 25, 1902

(a.l.s., 1p. Gift of Prof. Ray Trautman, 1976 April )


Box 13 Diaz, Abby Morton to Philadelphia Press Co., Belmont, Mass., 1901 April 14, 1901

(a.l.s., 3p.)


Box 13 Dibdin, Charles to Mr. Honeyman, n.p., 1829 September 29, 1829

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 13 Dilke, Charles Wentworth to "The Editor", "The Press", Phila., London, 1891 April 23, 1891

(a.l.s, 3p.)


Box 13 Dillingham, W. H. to _. D. Townsend, Philadelphia, 1849 January 5, 1849

(a.l.s., 2p.)


Box 13 Dilworth, Hiram Powers On the Boards (poem), n.p.,, undated

(a.ms., 27p.)


Box 13 Dix, Dorthea Lynde, Washington, undated

(a.l.s., 4p. Bancroft -- 39221D (medical))


Box 13 Dix, Dorthea Lynde, n.p., undated

(a.l.s., 3p. Bancroft -- 39221D (medical))


Box 13 Dix, Dorthea Lynde, Washington, n.y. March22

(a.l.s., 4p. Bancroft -- 39221D (medical))


Dixon, Sir Pierson John, Oxford, 1925

(t.d., 3p.; mimeo copy, 2p. Gift of the author)


Box 13 Corcyra, a poem which obtained the Montagu Butler Prize 1925



Box 14 Dmitriev, Ivan Ivanovich, n.p., undated

(calling card, with coat of arms Removed from: Kpnstantin Batiushkov.Sochineniia prozie I stikhakh.1934. (B891/7B32/I))


Box 14 Dobbie, Elliot Van Kirk, Notes on Beowulf, New York, 1951

(t.ms., 77p., with autograph and editorial corrections; with typed related note by Mary K. Dobbie; incomplete Gift of Mary K. Dobbie)


Box 14 Dobbs, M. Hope, Gateshead, 1915 December, 1915

(a.l.s., 2p.)


Box 14 Dods, Marcus, Edinburgh, n.y. June 19

(a.l.s., 2p. Gift of Jean Macalister)


Box 14 Dole, Nathan Haskell to Foley, Boston, 1901 July 27, 1901

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 14 Dole, Nathan Haskell, Boston, 1902 March26, 1902

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 14 Dole, Nathan Haskell, Boston, 1907 February27, 1907

(a.l.s, 1p.)


Box 14 Dole, Richard, Boston, 1700 October 17, 1700

(deposition of Richard Dole, signed by Jeremiah Dummer)


Box 14 Dominguez, G. to Willard, New York, 1865 February 15, 1865

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 14 Dönitz, Karl, Germany, undated

(2 photographs, 6x4in., 2 signed copies of portrait of Admiral Dönitz, who had been designated Hitler's successor; photocopies Original in vault Gift of Stanley Wertheim, 1984)


Dongan, Thomas, Ft. James, N.Y., 1687 May 24, 1687

(ms.d.s., 2p., text in another hand Gift of Herbert H. Lehman Removed from Herbert H. Lehman suite and Papers, 1985)


Box 14 Deed granting Henry Cuytor the right to purchase one-hundred-and-fifty acres of Indian land; renewed by Dongan in, March1697


Box 14 Doré, Gustave to Monsiuer Bonnod, n.p., 1867 February 15, 1867

(a.l.s, 1p.)


Box 14 Dorr, C.A. to C. B. Currier, St. August ine, FL, 1862 March22, 1862

(a.l.s., 4p.)


Box 14 Dos Passos, John to Henry Hazlitt, Provincetown, Mass., n.y. November 24

(a.l.s., 1p. Order no. 17504F -- Bancroft)


Box 14 Dos Passos, John to Mrs. Angott, n.p., undated

(a.l.s., 1p. Order no. 17504F -- Bancroft)


Box 14 Douglas, David to W. Winter, Edinburgh, 1891 December 1, 1891

(a.l.s., 4p.)


Box 14 Douglass, Lloyd C. to Mr. Alexander P. Moore, Los Angeles, 1944 February3, 1944

(t.l.s., 1p.)


Box 14 Douglas, Norman, Thuringen, Australia, 1923 August 31, 1923

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 14 Dow, George Francis to Charles Henry Hart, Salem, Mass., 1904 October 5, 1904

(l.s., 1p. and envelope)


Box 14 Dow, George Francis to Charles Henry Hart, Salem, Mass., 1905 March11, 1905

(l.s., 2p.)


Box 14 Drake, Francis Henry, Barnstaple, U.K., 1771 May 6, 1771

(a.d.s., 2p. (arrest warrant for Richard Jones) Gift of Adolf Placzek, 1978)


Box 14 Drinkwater, John to J.R. Wells, London, 1927 March4, 1927

(t.l.s., 1p., with photograph 51689G)


Box 14 Duffie, James, New York, 1808 June 1, 1808

(ms.doc.s., 3p., contract; also signed by Daniel O. Tooker)


Box 14 Dumas, Alexandre, pére, Le cure

(a.ms.s., 1p.)


Box 14 Dumas, Alexandre, pére to Ferdinand, n.p., 1864 February27, 1864

(a.l.s., 2p.)


Box 14 Dumas, Alexandre, fils, n.p., undated

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 14 Dumas, Alexandre, the younger, Paris, ca. 1880

(a.l.s., 3p., with two related items Gift of Prof. Ray Trautman, 1976 April )


Box 14 Dumas, Jean Baptiste André, n.p., undated

(a.l.s., 1p. Gift of Dr. Reginald Auchincloss (from the Chemistry Library))


Box 14 DuMaurier, George Louis Palmella Busson to Osgood McIlvaine & Co., London, 1893 February23, 1893

(a.l.s., 2p. 297 -- 1982)


Box 14 DuMaurier, George Louis Palmella Busson to Osgood McIlvaine & Co., London, 1893 October 17, 1893

(a.l.s., 2p., signature cut away 297 -- 1982)


Box 14 DuMaurier, George Louis Palmella Busson to Harper and Brothers, London, 1895 April 22, 1895

(a.l.s., 3p. 297 -- 1982)


Box 14 DuMaurier, George Louis Palmella Busson to Henry Mills Alden, London, 1895 January 11, 1895

(ms.l.s., 4p. 297 -- 1982)


Box 14 DuMaurier, George Louis Palmella Busson to Harper and Bros., London, 1896 July 26, 1896

(ms.l.s., 4p. 297 -- 1982)


Box 14 Duncan, William C. to Lyman Cobb, New York, 1843-1845

(4 a.l.s. 59-18082G)


Box 14 Dunne, Finley Peter, Mr. Dooley, n.p., undated

(pen and ink drawing, 15x13cm Identity of artist not known)


Box 14 Duryee, Stephen, Dutchess Co., NY, 1779 April 13, 1779

(a.d.s, 2p. (summons to Zekariah Bush and John Sneditor))


Box 14 Dutilh, E. and Wachsmuth, v.p., 1791-1798

(5 a.d., bills, receipts, etc.)


Box 14 Dutilh, Stephen, Philadelphia, 1799-1805

(2 a.d.s., receipts)


Box 14 Duykinck, Evert A. to Benson J. Lossing, New York, 1857-1875

(9 a.l.s. 59-18082G)


Dynces, Wayne, Scenography, London, 1966 March, 1966

(t.ms., 126p., article for McGraw-Hill'sEncyclopedia of World Art; photocopy Gift of Ruth Eisenstein, 1979)


Box 14 With handwritten additions and corrections; additional corrections on slips taped to t.ms.; with a.l.s. from dynes to Ruth Eisenstein and related memo from her concerning additional corrections.



Box 15 Eaton, William to Messrs Chapelie, Neveau et Moulton, Tunis, 1801 April 20, 1801

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 15 Eaton, William to Jonathon William, Richmond, Va., 1807 August 11, 1807

(a.l.s., 1p. gift of Ben Grauer)


Edel, Leon to Rosalind Baker Wilson, Honolulu & n.p., 1976-1995

(18 a.l.s., 2 a.p.c.s., 11 t.l.s., 2 t.l. (Xerox copies), 1 t.p.c.s. (with 8 related items) Gift of Rosalind Baker Wilson, 1998 August 5)


Box 15 Re. editing and publishing the letters of Edmund Wilson


Edward VII, King of England, London, 1910

(photograph Gift of Mrs. Fernanda Munn Kellogg, 1972)


Box 15 Photograph with Queen Alexandra; inscribed in Edward VII's hand?: "Edward VII, 1910 Alexandra. Last Opening of Parliament."; in silver frame with royal coat of arms at top, 1910


Box 15 Allen, Frederick D. to James Egbert, Cambridge, Mass., 189_ April 21

(a/;/s/. 1p. Gift of James C. Egbert, 1942)


Box 15 Bayard, T.F. to James Egbert, Wilmington, Del., 1890 November 14, 1890

(a.l.s., 2p. Gift of James C. Egbert, 1942)


Box 15 Bayard, T.F. to James Egbert, Wilmington, Del., 1892 February8, 1892

(a.l.s., 4p.)


Box 15 Bayard, T.F. to James Egbert, Wilmington, Del., 1892 February 18, 1892

(a.l.s., 2p. Gift of James C. Egbert, 1942)


Box 15 Brooks, Phillips to James C. Egbert, Boston, 1891 January 21, 1891

(a.l.s., 2p. Gift of James C. Egbert, 1942)


Box 15 Crosby, Howard to James C. Egbert, New York, 1896 June 19, 1896

(a.l.s., 1p. Gift of James C. Egbert, 1942)


Box 15 Curtis, George William to James C. Egbert, Staten Island, 1889 January 27, 1889

(a.l.s., 2p. Gift of James C. Egbert)


Box 15 Edison, Thomas A.

(autograph Gift of James C. Egbert)


Box 15 Everett, William to James C. Egbert, Washington, D.C., 1895 February20, 1895

(a.l.s, 1p. Gift of James C. Egbert)


Box 15 Fiske, John to James C. Egbert, Cambridge, Mass., 1889 October 23, 1889

(a.l.s., 1p. Gift of James C. Egbert, 1942)


Box 15 Fiske, John to James C. Egbert, Cambridge, Mass., 1889 October 31, 1889

(a.l.s., 2p. Gift of James C. Egbert, 1942)


Box 15 Gough, John B. to James C. Egbert, Philadelphia, 1886 February6, 1886

(a.l.s., 1p Gift of James C. Egbert, 1942)


Box 15 Griggs, John W. to James C. Egbert, Trenton, 1896 November 19, 1896

(a.l.s., 1p. Gift of James C. Egbert, 1942)


Box 15 Harper, Joseph W., Jr. to James C. Egbert, New York, 1885 June 9, 1885

(a.l.s., 1p. Gift of James C. Egbert, 1942)


Box 15 Patten, Francis to James C. Egbert, Princeton, 189_ January 12

(a.l.s., 1p. Gift of James C. Egbert, 1942)


Box 15 Phelps, Edward John to James C. Egbert, Washington, 1889 February20, 1889

(a.l.s., 2p. Gift of James C. Egbert, 1942)


Box 15 Potter, Henry C. to James C. Egbert, New York, 1889 May 24, 1889

(a.l.s., 1p. Gift of James C. Egbert, 1942)


Box 15 White, Horace to James C. Egbert, New York, 1902 March9, 1902

(a.l.s., 3p. Gift of James C. Egbert, 1942)


Box 15 Egginton, Hershey to John W. David, New York, n.y. September 4

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 15 Eggleston, Edward, n.p., 1891

(a.ms.s., 2p., aphorism and autograph Gift of Morris Saffron, 1984)


Eicke, Theodor, Berlin, 1936

(p.d.s., 2p. Gift of Stanley Wertheim, 1984 Photocopy, original shelved in Vault)


Box 15 Nazi party identification card of Johannes Otto, with his photo and signature; also contains stamped signature of Heinrich Himmler, and actual signature of Theodor Eicke, SS-Gruppenfuehrer of the Concentration Camps; photocopy


Box 15 Einstein, Albert to Cyril Clemens, n.p., 1937 April 20, 1937

(t.l.s., 1p. (Photostat) Gift of Cyril Clemens, 1957 April 4)


Box 15 Einstein, Albert to Cyril Clemens, n.p., 1937 December 27, 1937

(t.l.s., 1p. (Photostat) Gift of Cyril Clemens, 1957 April 4)


Box 15 Einstein, Albert to Alfred Sides, Princeton, 1938 January 5, 1938

(t.l., 1p., mimeograph copy; comments on the painter, Stanislas Stuckgold)


Box 15 Einstein, Albert to Cyril Clemens, Nassau, Point, N.Y., 1938 September 3, 1938

(t.l.s., 1p. (Photostat) Gift of Cyril Clemens, 1957 April 4)


Box 15 Einstein, Albert to Cyril Clemens, n.p., 1939 March25, 1939

(t.l.s., 1p. (Photostat) Gift of Cyril Clemens, 1957 April 4)


Box 15 Einstein, Albert to Cyril Clemens, n.p., 1940 March5, 1940

(t.l.s., 1p. (Photostat) Gift of Cyril Clemens, 1957 April 4)


Box 15 Einstein, Albert to Cyril Clemens, Princeton, 1941 November 25, 1941

(t.l.s., 1p. (Photostat) Gift of Cycril Clemens, 1957 April 4)


Box 15 Einstein, Albert to Cyril Clemens, Princeton, 1951 April 11, 1951

(t.l.s., 1p. (Photostat) Gift of Cyril Clemens, 1957 April 4)


Box 15 Einstein, Albert, Princeton, 1947 February 10, 1947

(t.l.s., 1p., with prospectus)


Box 15 Einstein, Lewis David to Joel Elias Spingarn, Constantinople, 1906 May 17, 1906

(a.p.c., 1p. Gift of Mrs. Joel Elias Spingarn, 1973)


Box 15 Einstein, Lewis David to Amy Spingarn (Mrs. Joel Elias), Florence, Italy, 1916 November 12, 1916

(a.l.s., 4p. Gift of Mrs. Joel Elias Spingarn, 1973)


Box 15 Einstein, Lewis David to Amy Spingarn (Mrs. Joel Elias), Florence, 1917 February25, 1917

(a.l.s., 4p. Gift of Mrs. Joel Elias Spingarn, 1973)


Box 15 Einstein, Lewis David to Amy Spingarn (Mrs. Joel Elias), Edinburgh, 1917 August 12, 1917

(a.l., 2p (incomplete) Gift of Mrs. Joel Elias Spingarn, 1973)


Box 15 Einstein, Lewis David to Joel Elias Spingarn, London, 1917 October 28, 1917

(a.l.s., 4p. Gift of Mrs. Joel Elias Spingarn, 1973)


Box 15 Einstein, Lewis David to Amy Spingarn (Mrs. Joel Elias), Edinburgh, 1918 May 26, 1918

(a.l.s., 2p. Gift of Mrs. Joel Elias Spingarn, 1973)


Box 15 Einstein, Lewis David to Amy Spingarn (Mrs. Joel Elias), Florence, 1918 September 1, 1918

(a.l.s., 4p. (with envelope) Gift of Mrs. Joel Elias Spingarn, 1973)


Box 15 Einstein, Lewis David to Amy Spingarn (Mrs. Joel Elias), Florence, 1920 February29, 1920

(a.l.s., 4p. Gift of Mrs. Joel Elias Spingarn, 1973)


Box 15 Einstein, Lewis David to Amy Spingarn (Mrs. Joel Elias), Prauge, 1923 January 19, 1923

(a.l.s., 2p. (with envelope and 1 related item with envelop) Gift of Mrs. Joel Elias Spingarn, 1973)


Box 15 Einstein, Lewis David to Amy Spingarn (Mrs. Joel Elias), Prauge, 1923 February27, 1923

(a.l.s., 4p. (with envelope) Gift of Mrs. Joel Elias Spingarn, 1973)


Box 15 Eisenhauer, Sally, n.p., 1844 October 12, 1844

(doc.s., confirmation certificate)


Box 15 Eisenhower, John

(ms. map of a survey of a plot in Bucks Co., Pa. containing the name of John Eisenhower, ancestor of President Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1814 July 21)


Box 15 Eisenhower, Dwight D. to Thomas J. Seedoroff, New York, 1949 December 19, 1949

(t.l.s., 1p. Gift of Rev. J. Burne, O.S.B., 1917)


Box 15 Eisenhower, Dwight D. to Dr. Morris Harold Saffron, New York, 1950 June 14, 1950

(t.l.s., 1p. (with envelope) Gift of Dr. Morris Saffron, 1971)


Box 15 Eisenhower, Dwight D., n.p., undated

(signed photograph Gift of Rev. Martin J. Burne, O.S.B., 1971)



Box 16 Eldon, John Scott, Earl of to W. H. I. Scott, n.p., 1830 May, 1830

(a.l.s., 1p. 837E)


Box 16 Elgin Botanic Garden, catalogue of seeds presented by Dr. Hosack to Botanic Garden, 1811 July, 1811


Elgin Botanical Garden


Box 16 Crane, T.B., one receipt, 1811 June 22 one receipt, 1811


Elgin Botanical Garden


Box 16 Dennison, Michael, 3 receipts, 1811


Elgin Botanical Garden


Box 16 Dennison, Michael, three receipts (fragments) from J.E. Fich, 1811


Elgin Botanical Garden


Box 16 Dennison, Michael to Elgin Botanical Garden, New York, 1811 May 30, 1811

(a.l.s., 4p.)


Elgin Botanical Garden


Box 16 Dennison, Michael to Botanical Garden, New York, 1811 June 3, 1811

(a.l.s., 3p.)


Elgin Botanical Garden


Box 16 Dennison, Michael, two receipts, 1811 August 17& 22, 1811


Box 16 Ogden, Stephen, one receipt, 1811 August 1, 1811


Elgin Botanical Garden


Box 16 Dennison, Michael to Board of Physicians and Surgeons of New York, New York, 1812 October 12, 1812

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Elgin Botanical Garden


Box 16 Dennison, Michael to College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, 1813 September 8, 1813

(a.l.s., 4p.)


Elgin Botanical Garden


Box 16 Dennison, Michael to College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, 1813 July 13, 1813

(a.l.s., 4p.)


Elgin Botanical Garden


Francis, J.W., New York,1812 October 16

(extract from the minutes of the proceedings of the College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1p.)


Box 16 Enc: Note from J.W. Francis to Dr. J.D. Jaques dated 1812 October 28, 1812


Elgin Botanical Garden


Box 16 Francis, J.W. to College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, 1813 July 21, 1813

(extract from the proceedings of the Board of Trustees, 1p.)


Elgin Botanical Garden


Box 16 Harriman & Roff, two receipts, 1811 August 30 & October 12, 1811


Box 16 McQueen, Robert, one receipt, 1811 July 29, 1811


Elgin Botanical Garden


Box 16 Hosack, David and Mott, Valentine, New York, 1815 August 5, 1815

(Report of Comm. Visit to Botanic Garden, 2p.)


Elgin Botanical Garden


Box 16 Tough, William to College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, 1811 June 3, 1811

(a.l.s., 3p.)


Box 16 Eliot, Thomas Stearns to W. Cabell Greet, Cambridge, Mass., 1933 April 11, 1933

(t.l.s., 1p. Gift of Henry W. Wells, 1961)


Box 16 Eliot, Thomas Stearns to W. Cabell Greet, London, 1939 December 22, 1939

(t.l.s., 1p. Gift of Henry W. Wells, 1961)


Box 16 Eliot, Thomas Stearns to Donald E. Brace, London, 1951 January 10, 1951

(t.l.s., 1p. Gift of Melville Cane, 1962)


Box 16 Eliot, Thomas Stearns to Donald E. Brace, London, 1954 May 12, 1954

(t.l.s., 1p. Gift of Melville Cane, 1962)


Box 16 Eliot, Thomas Stearns to Donald E. Brace, London, 1954 October 22, 1954

(t.l.s., 1p. Gift of Melville Cane, 1962)


Box 16 Eliot, Thomas Stearns to Donald E. Brace, London, 1955 April 28, 1955

(t.l.s., 1p. Gift of Melville Cane, 1962)


Box 16 Eliot, Thomas Stearns, "pollicle dogs and Jellicle cats" (poem), New York,, undated

(t.ms. (emended in ms.), 2p. Gift of Henry W. Wells, 1961)


Box 16 Eliott, General G.A. to Colonel Richard Fitzpatrick, Gibralter, 1783 August 21, 1783

(l.s., 2p.)


Elizabeth of England, consort of Friedrich VI, landgrave of Hesse-Homburg to Mrs. C. Moore, n.p.,, undated

(a.l.s., 2p. Gift of Barnard College, 1975)


Box 16 Autographed engraved portrait. Removed from: Joseph Addison, Works…, London, John Baskerville for J. and R. Tonson, 1761.


Elizabeth, Queen of England, n.p., undated

(l.s., 1p. (dictated by Elizabeth, or possibly in her own hand; the manuscript is mutilated and portions are missing))


Box 16 From the library of Professor Elizabeth Reynard, A.B. Barnard 1922 Presented in 1962 by Virginia Gildersleeve, A.B. Barnard 1899 Dean Emeritus, Barnard College, 1922, 1962, 1899


Elliot, John to Josiah Cooke, Keene, 1810 August 6, 1810

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Box 16 Elliot, John to Josiah Cooke, Keene, 1810 May 21, 1810

(a.l.s., 1p)


Box 16 Ellms Family, letters to and from various members of the Ellms family of Scituate, Mass.,, 1816-1863

(17 items Gift of William E. Benjamin)



Box 81 Folder 19 Elman, Richard. Poem: "A Winter Letter from New Hampshire", (typescript), undated

Removed from his "The man who ate New York", New Rivers Press, 1975



Box 16 Emerson, Ralph Waldo to Walter Whitman, Concord, Mass., 1855 July 21, 1855

(a.l.s., 5p. (facsimile)


Box 16 Emerson, Ralph Waldo, Concord, 1854

(photograph with signature on the verso Gift of Andreas Brown, 1871 July 9)


Box 16 Emma, Queen of Hawaii to Mr. Ibbotson, "On Board the Java", 1866 August 4, 1866

(a.l.s., 3p.)



Box 78 Encoded message on vellum [n.d.]



Box 16 Eprémesnil, Jean-Jacques Duval d' to Le Garde de Sceaux, Paris, 1789 September 1, 1789

(ms.l., 2p. (copy) Taken from: Seligman, 1766F, M5195)


Box 16 Ericsson, John, Three letters relating to John Ericsson, 1879-1895


Box 16 Erskine, John to W. Cabell Greet, New York, 1933 April 21, 1933

(t.l.s., 1p. Gift of Henry W. Wells, 1961)


Box 16 Erskine, John to W. Cabell Greet, New York, 1933 May 9, 1933

(t.l., signed by Margaret Miller, 1p. Gift of Henry W. Wells, 1961)


Box 16 Erskine, John to W. Cabell Greet, New York, 1933 October 26, 1933

(t.l.s., 1p. Gift of Henry W. Wells, 1961)


Box 16 Erskine, John to Henry G. Leach, New York, 1936 March13, 1936

(l.s., 1p. Bancroft -- 50195R)


Box 16 Evans, Charles, Entries for Evans' American Bibliography, n.p., 1934

(a.ms., 3 entry slips)


Box 16 Evans, Luther H., United Nations Conference for an Educational and Cultural Organization, United States Delegation: Working Book, v.p.,, 1945

(mimeographed, 100p. (with Evans' notes in ink) Gift of Luther H. Evans, 1967)


Box 16 Evarts, William M. to A. Lott, Washington, 1878 August 5, 1878

(a.l.s., 1p. Gift of Mrs. Russell V. Cruikshank, 1962)


Evelyn, John, Out of Mons Grelots Relation d'un voyage de Constantinople &c. p:33 &c., n.p., 1681 November, 1681

(a.ms.s., 1p. (extract) Gift of David Bendel Hertz, 1994)


Box 16 Removed from: John Evelyn. Memoirs, illustrative of the life and writings of John Evelyn… Ed. By William Bray. London, Printed for Henry Colburn & sold by John & Arthur Arch, 1818.


Box 16 Everett, Edward to Joseph Story, Boston, 1838 November 3, 1838

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Box 16 Everett, Edward to B.F. Butler, Boston, 1839 July 22, 1839

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Box 16 Everett, Edward to Rev. Dr. Pierce, Cambridge, 1848 September 19, 1848

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Box 16 Everett, Edward to Frederick Hudson, Boston, 1853 October 4, 1853

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Box 16 Everett, Edward to Joseph B. Varnum, Jr., Boston, 1857 April 4, 1857

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Box 16 Eyre & Spottiswoode to Edwin J. Horton, London, 1896 January 20, 1896

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Box 17 Faber, F.W., London, 1862 December 2, 1862

(a.l.s., 1p. 837E)


Faber, Nikolaus to and from various people, v.p., 1870-1890

(20 mss.)


Box 17 Contents: correspondence between N. Faber and his son John Faber, M.D. (Jersey City); miscellaneous family and related correspondence; ms. Notes in the hand of N. Faber; clippings


Box 17 Faesch, Richard et al to Theodore F. Talbot, Morris Co., NJ, 1813 May 24, 1813

(ms.doc.s., 4p. (power of attorney))


Box 17 Faillet, Georges, n.p., 1922 November 3, 1922

(a.l.s., 4p., signed: Fagus, his pen name)


Fairfax, Thomas (Sixth Baron Fairfax of Cameron), 1736-1751

(Gift of Marguerite B. Block, 1963)


Box 17 Three 18th century documents relating to Baron Fairfax: two deeds to Virginia lands, dated 1741 and 1751 an accounting of quit rents and merchandise rendered to Lord Fairfax by one John Taylor, 1736 September 30, 1741, 1751, 1736


Box 17 Fallou, Henrique H. to J.M. Larraflaga, Boston, 1851 March28, 1851

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Box 17 Farrar, John to George Hibbitt, New York, 1923 August 2, 1923

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Box 17 Faraday, Michael to André Ampère, London, 1823 July 1, 1823

(a.l.s., 3p. Gift of Dr. Reginald Auchincloss (from the Chemistry Library))


Box 17 Farragut, David Glasgow to Virginia Loyall Farragut, Norfolk, 1843 November 24, 1843

(a.l.s., 1p. Gift of Mrs. Noel J. King, 1962)


Box 17 Farragut, David Glasgow

(signature, dated 1846 Gift of Mrs. Noel J. King, 1962)


Box 17 Farragut, David G. to Com. John Rodgers, Mare Island, 1856 January 2, 1856

(l.s. 1p. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred C. Berol, 1958)


Box 17 Farragut, David Glasgow to Francis Robolsky, New Orleans, 1862 August 11, 1862

(l.s., 1p. Gift of Mrs. Noel J. King. 1962)


Box 17 Farragut, David Glasgow, n.p., 1862 October 29, 1862

(d.s., 1p. (parole of Nathaniel Clifton) Gift of Mrs. Noel J, King, 1962)


Box 17 Farragut, David Glasgow, n.p., 1864 September 26, 1864

(a.n.s., 1p. gift of Mrs. Noel J. King, 1962)


Box 17 Farragut, David Glasgow, Diary account of a voyage to Europe with Admiral Farragut, 1868 June 6 -- 1868 September 14, 1868, 1868

(a.ms., 2p. Gift of Mrs. Noel J. King, 1962)


Box 17 Farragut, Loyall, My Record, n.p., 1869-1871

(a.ms., 2p., biographical account of early career of Farragut's son Gift of Mrs. Noel J. King, 1962)


Box 17 Farrell, James T. to Charles W. Mixer, New York 1965 December 15, 1965

(t.l.s., 1p., signed by his wife)


Box 17 Farrell, James T., manuscript copybook containing drafts of 15 poems, New York,, 1962-1963

(a.ms.s., 33p. Gift of Lionel Trilling, 1964)


Box 17 Faulkner, William to Mechken, Oxford, Miss., 1930 October 17, 1930

(a.l.s., 1p. Order no. 17504F -- Bancroft)


Box 17 Faulkner, William to the American Mercury, n.p., 1930 December 30, 1930

(a.l.s., 1p. order no. 17504F -- Bancroft)


Box 17 Faulkner, William, The Sound and the Fury, Hollywood, 1958 July 1, 1958

(t.ms., screenplay, 135p. (written by Irving Ravetch and Harriet Frank, Jr. Gift of Mrs. Yul Brynner, 1972)


Box 17 Faultin I, Emperor of Haiti to Messrs Avignon et Touya, Port au Prince, 1857 Arch 28, 1857

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Box 17 Fawcett, Edgar, Union Club, October 9

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Box 17 Fay, Jonathan, New York, 1819 June 21, 1819

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Fay, Theodore Sedgwick, The Death of Ulric; a fragment, n.p., undated

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Box 17 "From the last canto of the ms. Of "Ulric; of the Voices" [published in New York in 1851]; with an engraved portrait of Fay



Box 18 Fell, John, Bishop of Oxford to Henry Thynne, Oxford, n.y., July 4

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Box 18 Fell, John, Bishop of Oxford, Oxford, 1684 September 22, 1684

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Box 18 Ferber, Edna to Schuler, Baden-Baden, 1931 July 15, 1931

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Box 18 Ferber, Edna to Sophie L. Goldsmith, New York, 1945 February 19, 1945

(t.l.s., 1p. Gift of Estate of Sophie Goldsmith, 1963)


Box 18 Ferdinand, Duke of Brunswick to Etienne Francois, duc de Choiseul-Stainville, n.p., 1762 May 1, 1762

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Box 18 Ferguson, Elizabeth, copy of an indenture between Elizabeth Ferguson and William Smith, 1791 April 30, 1791

(removed from: Reed, Joseph --Remarks of Governor Johnstone's Speech…Philadelphia, 1779)



Box 67 Ferrero. Guglielmo. Envelope; clipping; letters; and pamphlet (""Crisi e Rinnovamento"") re. Luigi Sturzo



Box 18 Ferrier, Lewis, St. Sebastien, 1800 May 12, 1800

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Box 18 Document attesting to the delivery of a certain cargo (herein detailed) from the Brig Amiable Creole to the docks in St. Sebastien in the period 1800 April 26-May 2, certified by Phineas Eldredge, Master, et al., 1800


Box 18 Ferris, John Alexander to John H. Hunt, San Francisco, 1867 March7, 1867

(a.l.s., 2p. Gift of Arthur C. Holden, 1978)


Box 18 Fessenden, Laura Dayton, n.p., 1922 December 25, 1922

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Box 18 Ffreiligrath, London, 1847 November 12, 1847

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Box 18 Field, Cyrus W. to Jesse W. West, New York, 1786 September 23, 1786

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Box 18 Field, Eugene II, 1935 April 10, 1935

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Box 18 Field, Kate to Elizabeth K. Churchill, New York, 1880 March28, 1880

(a.l.s., 3p. Gift of James T. Kemp, 1956)


Field, Michael (pseud.) to Elkin Mathews, n.p., n.d.

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Box 18 Katherine Harris Bradley, 1846-1914 and Emma Edith Cooper, 1862-1913 collaborated under the pseudonym "Michael Field." Portraits enclosed., 1846-1914, 1862-1913


Field, Michael (pseud.) to Elkin Mathews, n.p., n.d.

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Box 18 Katherine Harris Bradley, 1846-1914 and Emma Edith Cooper, 1862-1913 collaborated under the pseudonym "Michael Field.", 1846-1914, 1862-1913


Field, Michael (pseud.) to Elkin Mathews, n.p., n.d.

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Box 18 Katherine Harris Bradley, 1846-1914 and Emma Edith Cooper, 1862-1913 collaborated under the pseudonym "Michael Field.", 1846-1914, 1862-1913


Field, Michael (pseud.) to Elkin Mathews, n.p., n.d.

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Box 18 Katherine Harris Bradley, 1846-1914 and Emma Edith Cooper, 1862-1913 collaborated under the pseudonym "Michael Field.", 1846-1914, 1862-1913


Field, Michael (pseud.) to Elkin Mathews, Richmond, UK, n.d.

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Box 18 Katherine Harris Bradley, 1846-1914 and Emma Edith Cooper, 1862-1913 collaborated under the pseudonym "Michael Field.", 1846-1914, 1862-1913


Field, Michael (pseud.) to Elkin Mathews, n.p., n.d.

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Box 18 Katherine Harris Bradley, 1846-1914 and Emma Edith Cooper, 1862-1913 collaborated under the pseudonym "Michael Field.", 1846-1914, 1862-1913


Field, Michael (pseud.) to Elkin Mathews, Ben Rhydding, UK, n.y. August 24

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Box 18 Katherine Harris Bradley, 1846-1914 and Emma Edith Cooper, 1862-1913 collaborated under the pseudonym "Michael Field.", 1846-1914, 1862-1913


Field, Michael (pseud.) to Elkin Mathews, Ben Rhydding, UK, 1894 August 24, 1894

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Box 18 Katherine Harris Bradley, 1846-1914 and Emma Edith Cooper, 1862-1913 collaborated under the pseudonym "Michael Field.", 1846-1914, 1862-1913


Field, Michael (pseud.) to Elkin Mathews, Reigate, UK, 1895 July 22, 1895

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Box 18 Katherine Harris Bradley, 1846-1914 and Emma Edith Cooper, 1862-1913 collaborated under the pseudonym "Michael Field.", 1846-1914, 1862-1913


Field, Michael (pseud.) to Elkin Mathews, n.p., 1895 July, 1895

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Mathews, Elkin to Katherine Harris Bradley, London, 1895 July 9, 1895

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Box 18 Katherine Harris Bradley, 1846-1914 and Emma Edith Cooper, 1862-1913 collaborated under the pseudonym "Michael Field.", 1846-1914, 1862-1913


Box 18 Field, James T., Boston, 1873 January 25, 1873

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Box 18 Figgis, Darrell to Edmund Gosse, London, 1909 June 7, 1909

(a.l.s., 1p. Removed from: Figgis, D. --A Vision of life)


Box 18 Fillmore, Millard, Address to the Lyceum on the history of science in America, n.p.,, 1855

(a.ms., 23p. 00918H)


Box 18 Fillmore, Millard, Washington, D.C., 1851 June 10, 1851

(p.d.s., 1p., land grant to Noah N. Jones, McLean Co., Ill.; signed ny proxy Alexander McCormick; on parchment Shelved in flat box)


Box 18 Finck, Henry Theophilus to Miss Ewing, New York, 1893 December 5, 1893

(a.l.s., 1p. Gift of Dr. Morris Saffron, 1983)


Finley, John Huston, Cadmus, 189-

(pen-and-ink drawing, 42x33 cm., signed Transferred from the School of Library Service, 1992 see Oversize)


Box 18 Bookplate design for a literary society connected with the "Saints and Sinners" of the A.C. McClurg and Co. bookshop in Chicago.


Finley, John Huston, the Other "Saints and Sinners' Corner", n.p., 1899

(a.ms.s., 1p. facsimile? Of poem Transferred from the School of Library Service, 1992)


Box 18 Poem on the occasion of the fire which destroyed the A.C. McClurg and Co. bookshop where the "Saints and Sinners' Corner" was located; with three related photographs.


Box 18 Firailo to Mr. Speer, n.p., n.d.

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Box 18 Fischer, Emil, Berlin, 1897 February 18, 1897

(a.l.s., 1p. Gift of Dr. Reginald Auchincloss (from the Chemistry Library))


Box 18 Fishenden, R. B. to Edward Epstean, London, 1944 September 22, 1944

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Box 18 Fisher, Dorothy Canfield to Sophie L. Goldsmith, Arlington, Vt., 1915 December 14, 1915

(t.l.s., 2p. Gift of the Estate of Sophie Goldsmith, 1963)


Box 18 Fisher, Dorothy Canfield to Mr. Pezet, Arlington, Vermont, 1925 July 22, 1925

(l.s., 1p. Bancroft -- 50195E)


Box 18 Fiske, John to Weld, Cambridge, 1894 September 5, 1894

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Box 18 Fitts, Norman to Marshall Don Beuick, Northampton, Mass., 1923 undated, 1923, undated

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Box 18 Flaccus, Bella to Mr. Hurd, Pittsburg, undated

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Box 18 Flaccus, Kimball to Henry W. Wells, New York 1942 April 23, 1942

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Box 18 Flaisher, James to Robert Hunt, London, 1853 January 27, 1853

(a.l.s., 3p. 45-39847)


Box 18 Flanner, Hildegarde, To Suzanne (poem), Pasedena, 1926 January 3, 1926

(t.ms.s., 2p. Laid in herA Tree in Bloom and Other Verses)


Box 18 Fletcher, Kyrle to A. Addams-Williams, Newport, 1910 August 22, 1910

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Box 18 Fletcher, William Isaac to F. J. Soldan, Amherst, 1891 February9, 1891

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Box 18 Flexner, Anne Crawford All Souls Eve, New York,, undated

(t.ms.s, 3 notebooks Gift of Abraham Flexner)


Box 18 Flexner, Anne Crawfod Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch (by Alice Hegan Rice)

(ms.s. of plot outlines, etc., of the dramatization of the original novel by Mrs. Rice Gift of Abraham Flexnor)


Box 18 Flexner, Mary teacher and social worker, Biography and bibliography

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Box 18 Flower, Roswell, New York, 1891 September 24, 1891

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Box 19 Focornal, Joaquim to the Encargade de Negocios of Chilie in No. America, Santiago, 1835 February 10, 1835

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Box 19 Foley, P.K. to William J.Campbell, Boston, 1915 March26, 1915

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Box 19 Foley, P.K. to William J.Campbell, Boston, 1920 April 26, 1920

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Box 19 Foley, P.K. to William J.Campbell, Boston, 1930 March8, 1930

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Box 19 Foley, Patrick Kevin to Arthur Swann, Boston, 1931 November 24, 1931

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Box 19 Fonblanque, Albany to Richard Bentley, London, 1838 July 30, 1838

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Box 19 Fontaine, Robert to Sophie Goldsmith, Springfield, Mass., 1950 February 16, 1950

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Box 19 Foote, J.B. to E.W. Virgin, Syracuse, N.Y., 1859 February22, 1859

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Box 19 Foreman, Stephen to Rev. William S. Plumer, New Echota, Ga., 1833 October 21, 1833

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Box 19 Forman, H. Buxton to Mr. Dobell, London, 1902 December 23, 1902

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Box 19 Forsyth, James W. to Elizabeth Dennison Forsyth, London, 1870 August 8, 1870

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Box 19 Forsyth, James W. to Elizabeth Dennison Forsyth, Berlin, 1870 August 12, 1870

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Box 19 Forsyth, James W. to Elizabeth Dennison Forsyth, Bar la Duc, 1870 August 28, 1870

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Box 19 Forsyth, James W. to Elizabeth Dennison Forsyth, Versailles, 1870 September, 1870

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Box 19 Forsyth, James W. to Elizabeth Dennison Forsyth, Vandress, France, 1870 September 3, 1870

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Box 19 Forsyth, James W. to Elizabeth Dennison Forsyth, Meaux, 1870 September 17, 1870

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Box 19 Forsyth, James W. to Elizabeth Dennison Forsyth, Versailles, 1870 September 26, 1870

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Box 19 Forsyth, James W. to Elizabeth Dennison Forsyth, Versailles, 1870 October 5, 1870

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Box 19 Forsyth, James W. to Elizabeth Dennison Forsyth, Brussells, 1870 October 23, 1870

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Box 19 Forsyth, James W. to Elizabeth Dennison Forsyth, Versailles, 1870 October 12, 1870

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Box 19 Forsyth, James W. to Elizabeth Dennison Forsyth, Brussells, 1870 October 28, 1870

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Box 19 Forsyth, James W. to Elizabeth Dennison Forsyth, Vevey, 1870 November 5, 1870

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Box 19 Forsyth, James W. to Elizabeth Dennison Forsyth, Munich, 1870 November 8, 1870

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Box 19 Forsyth, James W. to Elizabeth Dennison Forsyth, Vienna, 1870 November 14, 1870

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Box 19 Forsyth, James W. to Elizabeth Dennison Forsyth, Constantinople, 1870 November 26, 1870

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Box 19 Forsyth, James W. to Elizabeth Dennison Forsyth, Constantinople, 1870 November 30, 1870

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Box 19 Forsyth, James W. to Elizabeth Dennison Forsyth, Naples, 1870 December 23, 1870

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Box 19 Forsyth, James W. to Elizabeth Dennison Forsyth, Rome, 1870 December 26, 1870

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Box 19 Forsyth, James W. to Elizabeth Dennison Forsyth, Rome, 1871 January 3, 1871

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Box 19 Forsyth, James W. to Elizabeth Dennison Forsyth, Florence, 1871 January 17, 1871

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Box 19 Forsyth, James W. to Elizabeth Dennison Forsyth, Florence, 1871 January 27, 1871

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Box 19 Forsyth, James W. to Elizabeth Dennison Forsyth, Venice, 1871 January, 1871

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Box 19 Forsyth, James W. to Elizabeth Dennison Forsyth, Nice, 1871 February, 1871

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Box 19 Forsyth, James W. to Elizabeth Dennison Forsyth, Marseilles, 1871 February22, 1871

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Box 19 Forsyth, James W. to Elizabeth Dennison Forsyth, Paris, 1871 March5, 1871

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Box 19 Forsyth, James W. to Elizabeth Dennison Forsyth, London, 1871 March25, 1871

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Box 19 Forsyth, James W. to Elizabeth Dennison Forsyth, London, 1871 April 12, 1871

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Box 19 Forsyth, James W., fragments of letters, envelopes, and a letter to Gen. Forsyth

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Box 19 Foster, John Watson to Myer S. Isaacs, Washington D.C., 1892 July 1, 1892

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Foster, William Eaton

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Box 19 To James Hulme Canfield, Providence, RI, 1905 January 9, 1905

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Box 19 Bibliographic memoranda on horatian portraiture, Providence, RI, 1904

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Box 19 Horation Portraiture. Grouping by types, Providence, RI, 1904

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Box 19 Fowler, Gene to Walter Winchell, Los Angeles, 1957 April 22, 1957

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Box 19 Fowler, Gene to Walter Winchell, Los Angeles, 1957 May 22, 1957

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Box 19 Fowler, Gene to Walter Winchell, Los Angeles, 1957 June 4, 1957

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Box 19 Fowler, Gene to Walter Winchell, Los Angeles, 1957 July 1, 1957

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Box 19 Fowler, Gene to Walter Winchell, Los Angeles, 1957 July 12, 1957

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Box 19 Fox, Charles James, London, 1773 July 27, 1773

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Box 20 Fraley, Frederick to George N. Tatham, Philadelphia, 1873 March25, 1873

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Box 20 Francis, Samuel W. to William L. Andrews, New York, 1833 March21, 1833

(a.l.s., 2p. Gift of James F. Drake)


Box 20 Francis, John W. to James Thacher, New York, 1838 June 26, 1838

(a.l.s., 2p. Gift of the Medical Library, 1957)



Box 67 Frankel, Aaron. 3 folders containing manuscripts, letters, and printed material



Box 76 Fankel, Aaron. "A Letter To Sam From Bella"



Box 20 Langsam, Gertrude, The Educational Implication of the Philosophy of Charles Frankel, Malvern, NY, 1965 June, 1965

(t.ms., iv, 198p. (Masters thesis, Adelphi University; photocopy; with photocopies of 2 related letters) Gift of Timothy W. Costello, 1979)


Franklin, Benjamin, Passy, France, 1781 February 15-August 13, 1781

(2. P.d.s. filed out in ms. Filed in Vault)


Box 20 Promissory notes in favor of France, signed by Franklin. Printed on Passy Press.


Franklin, William, Perth Amboy, NJ, 1772 September 24-26, 1772

(ms.d.s., 3p. Gift of Bernard L. Pacella, 1978 See oversize)


Box 20 "An Act to Regulate the Practice of Physick and Surgery within the Colony of New Jersey." Legislation of the Twenty-Second Assembly, the last colonial assembly of New Jersey, relating to the licensing of doctors and other matters. Also signed by Jonathon Deare; Charles Pettit; David Ogden; and Courtlant Skinner


Box 20 Franz, Robert, Halle, 1864 December 24, 1864

(a.l.s., 2p. Gift of Miss Alberta M. Welch, 1953)


Box 20 Frederick II "The Great" to Lieutenant von Kleist, Reinsberg, 1736 October 19, 1736

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Box 20 Freeman, Samuel to William D. Williamson, n.p., 1821 March14, 1821

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Box 20 French, Amos Tuck to Thomas W. Lamont, Chester, NH, 1934 November 1, 1934

(a.l.s., 1p Lamont bequest)


French language exercises. Copies of letters and dictation in an unknown hand, n.p.,, undated

(ms., 26 p. (the dictation has been corrected in red ink) Gift of John and Susan Hazard, 8/15/96)


Box 20 Removed from: Dillman, A. Die Anschuung in Bilde in ihrer Anwendung auf den fremdsprachlichen Unterricht…Wiesbaden, Gebrüder Petmecky, ca. 1900. (Catalogued for HCCL)


French Spoliation Claims


Box 20 Torrey, William Turner, Letters received from: Thomas Rogers, Jacob Willetts, W.J. Cutter, Williard Wheeler, David Torrey;, 1827-1829

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French Spoliation Claims


Box 20 Causten, James H. to William Turner Torrey, v.p., 1828-1829

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French Spoliation Claims


Box 20 Causten, James H. to William Turner Torrey, v.p., 1830-1832

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Box 20 Fretwell, John Jr. to Mr. Loew, New York, 1877 March24, 1877

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Box 20 Frizzell, John, Transcript of the diary of John Frizzelm, 1757-1784

(typescript, 6p. Gift of Jane Morey, 1955)


Frost, Robert, n.p., 1945 December, 1945

(both manuscripts are in "Om Making Certain Anything Has Happened" From the library of Florence Corliss Lamont presented by her children)


Box 20 "One Step Backward Taken"

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Box 20 To Florence Corliss Lamont

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Box 20 Frost, William, n.p., n.d.

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Box 20 Froude, J.A. to John Ruskin, n.p., n.d.

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Fry, Marjorie Canan


Box 20 The Return of Aeneas (play), Oakmont, PA, 1930 November 24, 1930

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Box 20 To Nelson G. McCrea, Oakmont, PA, 1930 November 24, 1930

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Fry, Thomas Charles


Box 20 to Walter L. Bogert, New York, 1922 November 24, 1922

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Box 20 New York, 1922 November 24, 1922

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Box 66 Fry, Varian. Biography of Walter Lentschener, 8 pages (photocopy) by his wife.



Box 20 Fuller, Henry Blake to Messrs. Stone and Kimball, The Chap Book, Chicago, 1895 June 3, 1895

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Box 21 G., W. S., Criticism of essay entitled "Public Spirit," 1816 February26, 1816


Box 21 Gage, Lyman, New York, undated

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Box 21 Galbraith, John Kenneth to Arthur Cort Holden, Cambridge, Mass., 1977 July 5, 1977

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Box 21 Gale, Zona to Mr. Pezet, Albany, NY, undated

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Box 21 Gale, Zona to Henry G. Leach, Portage, Wisconsin, 1928 April 12, 1928

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Box 21 Gale, Zona to Henry G. Leach, Portage, Wisconsin, 1925 July 24, 1925

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Box 21 Gale, Zona to Henry G. Leach, New York, 1928 February21, 1928

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Box 21 Gale, Zona to W. Cabell Greet, New York, 1933 July 14, 1933

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Box 21 Gale, Zona to Mr. Hazlitt, New York, 1934 January 27, 1934

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Box 21 Galesworthy, John, London, 1926 April 21, 1926

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Box 21 Gambier, James, 1st Lord Gambier to Hatchard & Son, Exbridge, 1823 January 12, 1823

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Box 21 Gamble, Charles W. to Henry Greenwood & Co., London, 1933 September 26, 1933

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Box 21 Gardiner, Marguerite Power Farmer, Countess of Blessington to James Faser, n.p.,, undated

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Box 21 Gardner, Theo Y. to George M. Herrick, Cleveland, Ohio, 1893 October, 1893

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Box 21 Gardner, Theo Y. to Miss Torine, Cleveland, Ohio, 1893 October 5, 1893

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Box 21 Garfield, Lucretia R. to Adelaide Rudolph, Williamstown, Mass., 1914 October 3, 1914

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Box 21 Garfield, Lucretia R. to Adelaide Rudolph, Mentor, Ohio, 1915 May 28, 1915

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Box 21 Coleman, R.M. to Jeremiah Garland, Nahant, 1829 July 24, 1829

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Box 21 Garland, Franklin to Nathaniel Garland, Dorchester, 1834 June 8, 1834

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Box 21 Garland, Frankin to Nathaniel Garland, Roxbury, 1832 July 1, 1832

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Box 21 Garland, Hamlin to John Ward Stimson, Chicago, undated

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Box 21 Garland, Hamlin to John Ward Stimson, Chicago, 1894 May 15, 1894

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Box 21 Garland, J. F. to Mres. Mary Garland, Boston, 1866 May 6, 1866

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Box 21 Garland, Jeremiah to Franklin Garland, Exeter, 1839 September 16, 1839

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Box 21 Garland, Jeremiah to Nathanial Garland, Lynn, 1837 November 9, 1837

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Box 21 Garland, Josiah to Franklin Garland, Wakefield, 1837 July 9, 1837

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Box 21 Garland, Nathanial to Franklin Garland, Chelsea, 1844 June 2, 1844

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Box 21 Garland, Nathaniel, Hull, 1861 July 29, 1861

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Box 21 Garland, Sally, Boston, 1832 November 11, 1832

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Box 21 Kimball, Ward W. to Franklin Garland, Wakefield, 1838 November 22, 1838

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Box 21 Skinner, Sarah to Mrs. Garland, n.p., undated

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Box 21 Garland, miscellaneous documents relating to the Garland family of Wakefield, N.H.

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Box 21 Garrison, William Lloyd to Dr. H. I. Bowditch, Boston, 1854 July 13, 1854

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Box 21 Gascoyne, David to Morris Weisenthal, London, 1949 March22, 1949

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Box 21 Gascoyne, David to Morris Weisenthal, London, 1949 February 1, 1949

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Gascoyne, David, Clinical Material, n.p., 1964

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Box 21 Notes of verso read: "Clinical Material; work in Progress. Notes, etc. General Title: 'My Own Personal Apocalypse. 1964. Before, During & After the Final Easter,'; for the New 2 Worlds Press, Oxford"


Box 21 Gascoyne, David, De Profundis, n.p., undated

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Box 21 Gascoyne, David, Elsewhere, n.p., undated

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Box 21 Gascoyne, David, Ex Nihilo, n.p., undated

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Box 21 Gascoyne, David, Lachrymae, n.p., undated

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Box 21 Gascoyne, David, The Last Hour, n.p., undated

(t.ms.s., 1p. (poem) 287166)


Box 21 Gascoyne, David, Palisades, n.p., 1963

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Box 21 Gascoyne, David, The Post-War Night, n.p., 1947 Autumn, 1947

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Box 21 Gascoyne, David, The Postawr Night, n.p., 1947 Autumn, 1947

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Box 21 Gascoyne, David, Rex Mundi, Absconded Eros, Rondel for the Fourth Decade

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Box 21 Gates, Horatio to Benedict Arnold, n.p., 1775 August 25, 1775

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Box 21 Gaskell, Elizabeth Cleghorn to "My dear Sir," Bath, England, 185-

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Box 21 Gaskell, Elizabeth Cleghorn, Manchester, 1860 November 1, 1860

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Box 21 Gatty, Margaret to Miss Woodall, Ecclesfield, undated

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Box 21 Gawsworth, John, Transcript for Miss Irene Potter, n.p., 1936 April 30, 1936

(a.ms.s., 1p. (poem; note at end says: "on the night of A.E. Housman's death, 1936") 289324)


Box 21 Guy-Lussac, Joseph Louis to the Museum of Natural History, Paris, 1841 April 6, 1841

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Box 21 Gaylord, Raymond, Boston, 1847 September 3, 1847

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Box 22 George, Henry to John Swinton, San Francisco, 1880 March11, 1880

(a.l.s., 1p. Re. reviews for George'sProgress and Poverty2293B (Rare Book) -- 3/9/94)


George, Henry to Tudor S. Jenks, New York, 1887 September 2, 1887

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Box 22 With Jenks' copy of one of George's books Progress and Poverty: an Inquiry into the cause of industrial depressions…, New York, Henry George & Co., 1887.


George II, King of Great Britain, Herrenhausen, Germany, 1741 August 8, 1741

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Box 22 Decree appointing Rudolph Heinrich de Spörchen, his Envoy-Extraordinary and Chamberlain, to the States General of Holland



Box 74 Goerge III. Document appointing Mungo Campbell Ensign, October 1760.



Box 22 Georg, Ludwig to Ernst Ludwig of Hesse-Darmstadt, Graffenhaag, 1714 September 14, 1714

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Box 75 German Military Documents and Correspondence, 1938-1945



Box 22 Getz, John to John Ward Stimson, New York, 1889 March22, 1889

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Box 23 Gibson, John, London, 1863 July 28, 1863

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Box 23 Giddings, Joshua to C. S. Ogden, Esq., Montreal, 1862 April 1, 1862

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Box 23 Gide, André, Dans la plaine, n.p., ca. 1900

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Box 23 Gilbert, Charlotte J. Gilder (Mrs. Prentiss B.) to Samuel Martin, Washington,, 1973

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Box 23 Gilder, Rosamond to Samuel Martin, New York 1969 December 22, 1969

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Box 23 Palmer, Francesca Gilder (Mrs. Walter W.) to Samuel Martin, Tyringham, Mass., 1969 June 22, 1969

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Box 23 Gill, Brander to Harold M. Turner, New York, 1964 February26, 1964

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Box 23 Brashears, S. to John Gill, Philadelphia, 1839 October -- December, 1839

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Box 23 Furguson, A. to John Gill, Philadelphia, 1832 November 23, 1832

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Box 23 Gill, John Jr. to James Crawford, Philadelphia, 1929 March5, 1929

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Box 23 Lehman, Peter to John Gill, Philadelphia, 1840 November 13, 1840

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Box 23 Sawtell, Henry to John Gill, Philadelphia, 1838 November 17, 1838

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Box 23 Toland, Henry to John Gill, Philadelphia, 1838 September 22, 1838

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Box 23 Gillman, William C. to Mrs. Theodore F. McCurdy, Norwich, Conn., 1901 January 20, 1901

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Gilpin, Edwin Jr.


Box 23 to H.L. Hiney, Halifax, N.S., 1881 June 20, 1881

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Box 23 Retention of Heat by the Earth, Halifax, N.S., 1881 June 18, 1881

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Box 23 Gilpin, Edwin Jr., The Stellarton Explosion, Halifax, N.S., 1880 December 20, 1880

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Box 76 Ginsberg, Louis. 12 unpublished poems, 1960s



Box 23 Ginzberg, Eli, C54 -- Peiping, Washington, D.C., 1946 January, 1946

(t.ms., 109p., mimeograph copy; diary of trip to China, /010/-December 1945 transcribed and edited from author's original shorthand notes)


Box 23 Ginzberg, Ralph to Richard H. Logsdon, New York, 1966 March3, 1966

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Box 23 Giusse, V. to Monsieur de Lenjollyni, Paris, 1804 August 11, 1804

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Guistiniani, Agostino, A Sketch of the Life of Christopher Columbus, n.p., 1805

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Box 23 Ms. dated from the watermark: see article by Joseph L. Blau in the Columbia Library Columns, May 1964 p. 9-20. This ms. was formerly tipped-in: B893.1BI/B16 (Psalterium. Genuaw, 1516), May 1964


Box 23 Gladstone, William Ewart to W. A. Richards, London, 1862 July 29, 1862

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Box 23 Gladstone, William Ewart to Miss Swan, London, 1883 April 16, 1883

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Box 23 Glasgow, M. to Mary [Richards?], London 1870 May, 1870

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Box 23 Gleason, Arthur, n.p., undated

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Box 23 Godot, Frederic, Neuchatel, n.y. January -- October

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Godolphin, Francis, 2md Earl of, London, 1722 November 24, 1722

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Box 23 Pelham, James, London, 1722 Novemner 29, 1722

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Box 23 Godwin, Parke, New York, 1882 February 13, 1882

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Box 23 Goethals, George Washington to Ira E. Bennett, Washington, 1912 March30, 1912

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Box 23 Gold, Thomas Ruggles to Benjamin W. Crowninshied, Washington, 1816 February3, 1816

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Box 23 Golding, Louis to F.E. Murray, Winchester, England, 1918 March7, 1918

(a.l.s., 2p. Removed from: Louis Golding.Sorrow of War; Poems. London, 1919. First Edition.)



Box 72 Goldman, William. Memoirs of an Invisible Man (screenplay).



Box 23 Goldsmith, Sophie, Letters written to Sophie Goldsmith

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Box 23 Gomez, Francisco to N.H. Emmons, Parral, Mexico, 1899 February27, 1899

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Box 23 Goodale, Dora R., The Hidden Spark (poem), Northampton, Mass., c., 1875-1880

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Box 23 Goodale, Dora E., Siesta (poem), Northampton, Mass., c., 1875-1880

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Box 74 Gooding, Judson. One folder of manuscripts and letters, 1966-1969



Box 23 Goodman, Nelson to Steven Roday, Cambridge, Mass., 1970 June 26, 1970

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Goodrich, Samuel G., Letters to Milton Flower, Columbia University, concerning the whereabouts of Goodrich materials


Box 23 From Inglis Stuart

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Box 23 From Mrs. James H. Ropes

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Box 23 From mrs. Guy Lowell

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Goodrich, William W., New York, 1885

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Box 23 Preliminary page with ms notes outline of speech on Constitutions, possibly in his hand


Box 23 Gorham, S. to Silvanus Bourne, Boston, 1792 August 6, 1792

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Box 23 Gosling, Cline and Gosling to John Michie, London, 1778 September 15, 1778

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Box 23 Gosnell, Harold F., interviews relating to the career of Senator Thomas Collier Platt, v.p.,, 1921-1922

(22 t.m.s. Gift of Harold F. Gosnell)


Box 23 Gosse, Edmund William to " Uncle William", Tenby, 1856 September 18, 1856

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Box 23 Gottschalk, A.B., Guenesia, ou Critique Malthusienne de Socialisme, Paris, 1918

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Box 23 Gounod, Charles to Mr. Chappell, Paris, 1876 September 4, 1876

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Box 24 Graffam, Caleb to James Sullivan, Portland, 1780 May 26, 1780

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Box 24 Graham, William, Shawangunk, NY, Indenture, 1785 November 16, 1785


Box 24 Graie, James E. to Thomas Webster, n.p., 1794 August 1, 1794

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Box 24 Grand, John to Jonathan Williams, Paris, 1783 July 2, 1783

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Box 24 Gray, Thomas, notes of Plato: Excerpts in Greek from Plato's Republic, books VI-X, n.p.,, ca. 1748-1751

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Box 24 Greacen, Robert to Geoffrey Grigson, Dublin, 1848 April 15, 1848

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Box 24 Great Britain. Admiralty., Clearance paper for the Brigantine "Falmouth" sailing from New England to Cadiz, 1754 April 10, 1754

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Box 24 Great Britain. America. Colonies., Committee of council for hearing appeals…real estate appeal of Daniel Stanton v. Elias Thompson of Rhode Island, London, 1756 February 12, 1756

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Box 24 Great Britain. Colonies. America., Committee of council for hearing appeals…real estate appeal of Abraham Francis v. John and Hannah Jones of Boston, 1742-22

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Box 24 Great Britain. Colonies. America., Committee of council for hearing appeals…real estate appeal of Walter King v. Carter Braxton and Lewis Burwell of Virginia, London, 1753 August 7, 1753

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Box 24 Greeley, Horace to Judge Ira Harris, New York, 1747 November 26, 1747

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Box 24 Greeley, Horace to Daniel Dyer Leach, New York, 1856 September 4, 1856

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Box 24 Greeley, Horace to John S. Richards, New York, 1860 August 26, 1860

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Box 24 Greeley, Horace to E.W. Ensley, New York, 1864 November 4, 1864

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Greeley, Horace to S.L. Baum, n.p., 1867 October, 1867

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Box 24 Written on the bottom of a letter from Baum to Greeley, dated 1867 October 4, 1867


Box 24 Green, Anna Katherine, statement of the qualities necessary to make a good lawyer, n.p.,, undated

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Box 24 Green, Paul to Juliana Haskell, Chapel Hill, NC, 1927 July 30, 1927

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Box 24 Greene, C.G. to Hon. William P. Fessenden, Boston, 1868 January 4, 1868

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Greene, William, Providence, 1744 May 10, 1744

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Box 24 Appointment of Thomas Arnold as a Lieutenant in the Company of Smithfield, with the seal of the Colony


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Box 24 Appointment of Thomas Arnold as a Lieutenant in the Company of Smithfield, with the seal of the Colony


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Box 24 Appointment of Thomas Arnold as Justice of the Peace, with the seal of the Colony


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Box 24 Appointment of Thomas Arnold as Justice of the Peace, with the seal of the Colony


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Box 24 Appointment of Thomas Arnold to judgeship in the Court of Common Pleas, with the seal of the Colony


Box 24 Greenwood, Grace, New Brighton, 1851 November 16, 1851

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Box 76 Greet, W. Cable. "Manual of English Sounds"



Box 24 Gregg, April H Hsin Hsin Yin, Hearts Touch Hearts: Reminiscences about China and Missioner Alice H. Gregg, Florence, SC, 1978

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Box 24 Compiled and edited by Archibald J. Sampson for the author. "…an unpublished manuscript in a limited number of copies for personal distribution by the family of Alice H. Gregg; not for sale."


Box 24 Gregory XVI, Pope, n.p., 1838 May 31, 1838

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Box 24 Grenoble, May or, Paris, 1814-1816

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Box 24 Gridley, Eleanor to John Wesley Hill, Chicago, 1936 June 30, 1936

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Box 24 Griffith, Regusfeld to Dr. J.W. Mighels, Philadelphia, 1846 April 21, 1846

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Box 24 Griffith, William to George A. Townsend, Kansas City, 1899 May 19, 1899

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Box 24 Grigson, Geoffrey, No Pleasure in the Wet, Wet Lay: Recollections of New Verse, n.p.,, undated

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Box 24 Grimm, Wilhelm Carl to Friedrich Heinrich von der Hagen, Kassel, c. 1809-11

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Box 24 Griswold, Alexander P. to G.H. Lassine, Bristol, 1818 October 20, 1818

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Box 24 Griswold, Rufus Wilmott to Benjamin Perley Poore, New York, 1852 May 31, 1852

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Box 24 Griswold, Rufus Wilmott to Hon. Ed. D. Lynch, New York, 1852 July 17, 1852

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Box 81 Folder 14 Grover, Allen. 1 file of letters from Laura Hobsen to Allen Grover, and 1 file related to Simon and Schuster



Box 24 Akhmatoav, F. to Roman Nikolaevich Grynberg, London, 1964 February4, 1964

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Box 24 Gudmundsson, Kristmann to Miss Dorothy Brewster, Hveragerdi, 1944 August 1, 1944

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Box 24 Guérand, O. to William L. Westerman, Le caire, 1934 Novembre 15, 1934

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Box 24 Guiterman, Arthur to Miss Dunbar, New York, 1916 February2, 1916

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Box 24 Guizot, Prancois Pierre Guillaume to Lady August a, Val Richer, 1863 May 7, 1863

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Box 24 Gurman, James to Prof. G.H. Howard, undated



Box 76 Gutmann, James. Correspondence between Marion E. Jemmott and James Gutmann,, 1954-1988



Box 81 Folder 22 Haber, Robert A. To [?], March or April 1962 July 25, March or April 1962

Extremely early, foundational document of the SDS, announcing the group's first National Convention at Port Huron, Michigan in June of 1962. Undated, but circa March or April, 1962. The recipient is unknown, but SDS Chairman Robert Alan ("Al") Haber presumably sent such invitations to university students around the country who had been previously active in leftist political causes. The prospectus, titled What is the S.D.S.?,lays out a 5-part platform -- Civil Rights, Peace, Higher Education, Student Organization, and National Politics -- which would be reflected in the group's formal manifesto, The Port Huron Statement, some months later. The text of the prospectus is unsigned, but smacks strongly of the declarative, cadenced prose used by Tom Hayden in his final draft of the Statement. The convention Program provides an outline of daily sessions, concluding with "debate, amemdments, and voting" on the Manifesto, then states: "The manifesto draft will be mailed after June 1 to registrants and those requesting it. Copies of other convention papers will be mailed out or available at Port Huron." This is possibly the earliest printed reference to The Port Huron Statement, the definitive political manifesto of the post-War era; it is also a tantalizing bit of evidence that early, unrecorded pre-publication drafts of the Statement may have been issued in some quantity prior to the convention. Neither letter, nor Program, nor Prospectus located in OCLC. Mimeographed form letter, extending an invitation to the first SDS National Convention, June 11-15, 1962. Signed in blue ink by SDS Chairman Robert A. Haber. Together with a one-page Convention Program, and a 5-pp prospectus titled "What is the S.D.S.?" (both mimeographed).



Box 25 Hadley, Arthur Twining to John Ward Stimson, New Haven, 1901 July 25, 1901

(t.l.s., 1p. 17460P)



Box 71 Haffenden Papers on John Berryman. File of letters from various prominent auothrs to John Haffenden re. John Berryman.



Box 25 Hagemeyer, Dora to Louis Untermeyer, Carmel, California, 1941 January 28, 1941

(t.l.s., 1p.)


Box 25 Hake, Thomas Gordon to Henry Buxton Forman, London, 1891 February 16, 1891

(a.l.s., 1p., with envelope)


Box 25 Hake, Thomas Gordon to Henry Buxton Forman, London, 1891 February 18, 1891

(a.l.s., 1p., with envelope)


Box 25 Hale, Edward to Leon A. Harvery, Cambridge, Mass., 1905 January 12, 1905

(a.l.s., 3p. Bancroft-17244F)


Box 25 Hale, Edward Everett, Roxbury, Mass., 1882 March2, 1882

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 25 Hale, Edward Everett to Werner, Roxbury, Mass., 1890 October 22, 1890

(a.l.s., 1p. Gift of James C. Egbert, 1942)


Box 25 Hale, Edward Everett to James C. Egbert, Roxbury, Mass., 1890 December 27, 1890

(a.l.s., 1p. Gift of James C. Egbert, 1942)


Box 25 Hale, Edward Everett to James C. Egbert, Roxbury, Mass., 1892 April 23, 1892

(a.l.s., 1p. Gift of James C. Egbert, 1942)


Box 25 Hale, Edward Everett to Mr. Harvey, Roxbury, Mass., 1902 October 24, 1902

(a.l.s., 1p. Bancroft-17244F)


Box 25 Hale, Edward Everett to Harvey, Roxbury, Mass., 1902 November 14, 1902

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Box 25 Hale, Edward Everett to Mr. Harvey, Roxbury, Mass., 1902 November 25, 1902

(a.l.s., 1 1/3p. Bancroft-17244F)


Box 25 Hale, Edward Everett to Mr. Harvey, Roxbury, Mass., 1904 September 13, 1904

(a.l.s., 1p. Bancroft-17244F)


Hale, Edward White


Box 25 From Bates, Albert C., Hartford, Conn., 1932 November 30, 1932

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Box 25 Some account of early printing in America. Extracts from Thomas, Isiah The History of Printing in America especially concerning Timothy Green.


Box 25 Hale, Salma to Josiah Cooke, Walpole, 1810 June 4, 1810

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Box 25 Hales, John Wesley to H. Baxton Forman, London, 1905 March24, 1905

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Box 25 Hales, John Wesley to H. Baxton Forman, London, 1905 March26, 1905

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Box 25 Halévy, Ludvic to Mme Lafontaine, n.p., 1848 February28, 1848

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Box 25 Hall, Arthur H. to Urania Locke Bailey, Bradford, 1894 October 6, 1894

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Box 25 Hall, Florence Howe to John Ward Stimson, n.p., n.y. January 23

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Box 25 Hall, Mary Ann, "To Miss Mary Ann Hall" (poem), n.p., 1848 October 22, 1848

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Box 25 Hall, I., New York, 1869 June 9, 1869

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Box 25 Halleck, Henry Wagner to George Washington Cullum, San Francisco, 1858 January 14, 1858

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Box 25 Halliwell-Phillipps, J.O. to Bernard Quaritch, Brighton, 1881 March22, 1881

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Box 75 Hallock, William. Cleveland Abbee letter to William Hallock; Photograph of Abbee.



Box 76 Halsband, Robert Papers. Montague, Lady Mary Wortley autograph letter to Anne Justice [early 1711]



Box 25 Hamilton, Alexander II to Jeremiah Lott, New York, 1820 August 18, 1820

(a.l..s, 1p. Gift of Mrs. Russell V. Cruikshank, 1962)


Hamilton, Harlan Bernhardt, The Hamitons of South Berwick, Maine, 1651-1963 A Geneology, 1651-1963

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Box 25 Supplementary material

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Box 25 Hamilton, Harlan Bernhardt, Eadweard James Muybridge's Contribution to the Motion Picture "Les Allures du Cheval," New York, 1966 September 6, 1966

(t.ms.s., 25p., Xerox copy, inscribed by the author Gift of Harlan B. Hamilton, 1966)


Box 25 Hamilton, R.M.L. to Hellen Lossing, Poughkeepsie, 1887 April 3, 1887

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Box 25 Hamilton, R.M.L. to Miriam Lossing, Poughkeepsie, n.y. May 9

(a.l.s., 4p., with envelope Gift of Seven Gables Bookshop, 1971)


Box 25 Hamilton, R.M.L. to Miriam Lossing, Poughkeepsie, 1885 February24, 1885

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Box 25 Hamlin, B. Nason to Elizabeth Reynard, Dedham, 1937 October, 1937

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Box 25 Hamlin, Sarah to Ellen Emery Hamlin, Washington, 1865 April 15, 1865

(a.l.s., 8p. (Xerox copy), original retained by Louise Hamlin see Columbia Library Columns, May 1963)


Box 25 Hamner, T. to James [Robbins?], Washington, D.C., 1849 December 20, 1849

(a.l.s., 3p. Gift of Florence Finelli, 1975 October )


Box 25 Hampson, Alfred Leete to Juliana Haskell (Mrs. Henry S.), New York, 1946 September 3, 1946

(t.l.s., 1p. Gift of Juliana Haskell)


Box 25 Hampson, Alfred Leete to Miss Watson, Ocean City, N.J., 1947 March7, 1947

(a.l.s., 1p. Gift of Juliana Haskell)


Box 25 Hampson, Alfred Leete to Juliana Haskell (Mrs. Henry S.), Amhurst, Mass., 1947 July 26, 1947

(t.l.s., 1p. Gift of Juliana Haskell)


Box 25 Hamsun, Knut to Kenamore, Grimstad, 1926 January 20, 1926

(a.l.s., 1p. 45-27031)


Box 25 Handy, George M., Troy, Vermont, 1863 December, 1863

(a.ms., 2p. (power of attorney to Edmond Handy) Gift of Harry G. Friedman, 1962)



Box 26 Hare, Raymond Arthur, Diary [of Trip to South Asia], v.p., 1974 April -July, 1974

(a.ms.s., 194p. (loose leaf binder; partially and irregularly paginated' some blank pages throughout; ca. 250p.; signed "Ray" on first leaf) Gift of Raymond A. Hare, 1983)


Box 26 Interviews by a U.S. foreign service officer with British colonial and local officials in India, Burma, Ceylon and Afghanistan. Index of persons interviewed precedes entry for each country.


Box 26 Hardy, Charles to Robert Hunter Morris, Port George, N.Y., 1756 July 9, 1756

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Box 26 Hardy, Thomas to Ernest Brennecke, Jr., Dorchester, Eng., 1924 June 21, 1924

(t.l.s., 2p., envelope and enclosure, Gift of Ernest Brennecke, Jr.)


Box 26 Harl, Johann Paul, ritter von, Vollstandiges Handbuch der Staatswirthschafts und finanz…1811

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Harrington, George, Reminiscences, n.p., c., 1878

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Box 26 Harrington was the Assistant Secretary of the Treasury under Lincoln.


Box 26 Harris, Joel Chandler, proof sheet with directions in Harris' hand

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Box 26 Harris Joel Chandler to Clark, Atlanta, 1907 May 25, 1907

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Box 26 Harrison, Barbara, Paris, 1932 October --December, 1932

(1 a.l.s., 1 a.p.c.s. (signed by V.M. Jennings, secretary) Gift of Ronald Dzierbicki, 1988)


Box 26 Harrison Benjamin to J.M. Addeman, Indianapolis, 1885 September 9, 1885

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Box 26 Hart, Miller & Co. [London]. Affidavit from the United States Loan Office of the sun of $5268.95 owed to Miller Hart & Co., 1974 January 20, 1974

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Box 26 Harte, Bret to Osgood, Morrisotwn, NJ, 1875 April 18, 1875

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Box 26 Harte, Bret to Wiliam Brachvogel, New York, 1876 December 31, 1876

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Box 26 Harte, Bret to Editor of De Heimat, Glasgow, 1882 June 6, 1882

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Box 26 Hase, P. von, Leipzig, 1893 January 16, 1893

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Box 26 Hastings, Thomas to John Ward Stimson, New York, 1894 May 10, 1894

(t.l.s., 1p. 17460P)


Box 26 Hawkshurst, William, New York, 1764-1766

(3 p.d.s. (shipping invoices and insurance document, complete in ms.) Gift of Mrs. Russell V. Cruikshank, 1962)


Box 26 Hawley, Gideon to Dr. John Ward Francois, Albany, 1822 February 11, 1822

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Box 26 Hawthorne, Julian to Charles Heny Hart, Los Angeles, 1905 April 5, 1905

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Box 26 Hawthorne, Nathanial to Stephen Pleasonton, Liverpool, 1854 June 16, 1854

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Box 26 Hay, John to Johnson, Washington, 1891 December 3, 1891

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Box 26 Hay, John to George Alfred Townsend, Washington, 1899 May 13, 1899

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Box 26 Hay, John to George Alfred Townsend, Washington, 1899 May 16, 1899

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Box 26 Hay, John to Richard Harding Davis, Washington, 1901 November 9, 1901

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Box 26 Hay, John to Richard Harding Davis, Washington, 1901 December 26, 1901

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Box 26 Rutherford B. Hayes to J.M. Addeman, Fremont, Ohio, 1884

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Hazard, Paul, Discours de P.H. reception Acad. Fr., Paris, 1941 January 9, 1941

(t.ms.s., 2p. (inaugural speech to Academie Francaise; with handwritten correction; prefatory handwritten note signed with initials) Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Sam Schaefler, 1978)


Box 26 Unpublished, uncut; prefatory not requests p.1 and 16 be cut from the final version because of statements apparently offensive to Germans.


Box 26 Hazard, Paul, Le Drame de la science, Brooklyn, NY, 194?

(t.ms.s., 8p. [i.e. 10p.] (essay; with corrections; includes t.ms. [11p.] version with handwritten corrections) Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Sam Schaefler, 1978)


Box 26 Hazard, Paul, Le Probĺ́éme de mal dansla pensée européen du dix-huitieme siècle, n.p.,n.d.

(a.ms.s.,1, 28, 15p. (essay; with numerous corrections; apparently unpublished; signed on p.28) Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Schaefler, 1978)


Box 26 Hazard, Paul, le profedduer de francais, n.p., undated

(a.ms., 5p. (speech; with corrections; includes t.ms. [7p.] version with corrections) Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Sam Schsefler, 1978)


Box 26 Hazeltine, A. to Guy Irwin, Jamestown, NY, 1896 January 22, 1896

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Box 26 Hazeltine, A. to Guy Irvine, Jamestown, NY, 1896 February 17, 1896

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Box 26 Hazeltine, A. to Guy Irvine, Jamestown, NY, 1896 February20, 1896

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Box 26 Hazeltine, A. to Guy Irvine, Jamestown, NY, 1896 October 9, 1896

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Box 26 Heath, Spencer, A Hypothetical Distribution of National Income, New York, 195?

(t.ms., 23p. (carbon coppy with handwritten corrections; chapter of larger work,Socionomy -- The Science of Society) Gift of Arthur C. Holden, 1978)


Box 26 Heath, Spencer Progress and Poverty Reviewed and its Fallacies Exposed, New York,, ca. 1952

(t.ms., 28p. (essay; with related materials) Gift of Arthur C. Holden, 1978)



Box 27 Heilbrun, Carolyn G. (Mrs. James), Poetic Justice, New York, ca. 1970

(t.ms., 187p. (draft of novel; with autograph corrections) Gift of Carolyn Heilbrun, 1974)


Box 27 Helgeson, Henry J. to John Bakeless, Missoula, Montana, 1956 January 14, 1956

(l.s., 6p., Photostat Bancroft-2624F From the Archibald Anna Coe Collection, Yale)


Box 27 Hellman, Lillian to Jaffrey Cuyler, New York, 1969 December 1, 1969

(t.l.s., 1p. Gift of Steven Roday, 1972)


Box 27 Hemans, Felicia to Mrs. Graves, n.p., undated

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Box 27 Herford, Oliver to Ryan Hild, New York, 1929 October 3, 1929

(a.l.s., 1p., with envelope from the Brander Matthews Papers, 1986)


Box 27 Herran, General to Manuel Carvallo, Domingo, n.y. January 2

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Box 27 Herran, General to Manuel Carvallo, Sabado, n.y. January 22

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Box 27 Hewart, Hugh Vaugn, Caron to Messrs Bickers and Sons, Ltd., Hayling Island, Hants, England, 1935 August 9, 1935

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Box 27 Hewart, Hugh Vaughn, Baron to Messrs. Bickers and Son, Ltd., Hayling Island, Hants, England, 1935 August 17/20, 1935

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Box 27 Hewitt, Erskine to Wolfgang Goetz, New York 1903 March20, 1903

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Box 27 Hewlitt, Maurice to Davry, Innerleithen, N.B., n.y. September 30

(a.l.s., 2p. Laid in hisLittle Novels of Italy)


Box 27 Hibben, John Grier to J. Bennett Nolan, Princeton, NJ, 1926 September 23, 1926

(l.s., 1p.)



Box 72 Hibbitt, George. 23 Christmas Cards.



Box 27 Hicks, Granville, The Great Tradition, Troy, N.Y., 1931 April -- 1932 October, 1931, 1932

(t.ms., 323p. (autograph revisions y the author throughout, with title and dating in his hand and his signature at the head) 400-22 Jan 1985)


Box 27 Hicks-Beach, Michael to Isaac Nutt, Esq.

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Box 27 Higginson, Thomas Wentworth to Theodore Tilton, Newport, RI, 1865 November 19, 1865

(a.l.s., 1p. Gift of Professor Ray Trautman)



Box 81 Folder 14 Hobson, Laura. Correspondence with Simon and Schuster

(Also includes unpublished Hobson manuscript)



Box 27 Higginson, Thomas Wentworth to William Chirchill, Newport, 1875 February4, 1875

(a.l.s., 2p. Gift of James. T. Kemp, 1956)


Box 27 Higginson, Thomas Wentowrth to J.M. Addeman, Cambridge, Mass., 1880 April 30, 1880

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Box 27 Higginson, Thomas W. to Goodsell, Cambridge, 1888 January 10, 1888

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Box 27 Higginson, Thomas Wentworth to Werner, Cambridge, Mass., 1890 October 23, 1890

(a.l.s., 2p. Gift of James C. Egbert)


Box 27 Higginson, Thomas Wentworth to Salem Hyde, Cambridge, 1896 May 8, 1896

(a.l.s., 2p., with envelope From the Salem Hyde Collection)


Box 27 Hillis, William J., 24 letters from various librarians to Wm. J. Hillis in response to the latter's request for reports on holdings in Napoleonic studies

(24 l. Gift of the Phillips Exeter Academy and Rodney Armstrong, 1961)


Box 27 Hiltern, Elli to Linna Alanko, Rasimaiela, 1914 November 14, 1914

(a.l.s., 2pp. and envl.)


Box 27 Hirche, Christian Gottlieb, Amsterdam, 1769 August 25, 1769

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Box 27 Hitchcock, Franklin K. to Adjt. Gen. Boyd, Northampton, 1843 September 18, 1843

(a.l.s., 1p. 37423F -- Bancroft)


Box 27 Hitler, Adolf, Berlin, 1933-1945

(p.d., 1p. (Hitler's bookplate when Chancelor of Germany; photocopy -- original shelved in Vault) Gift of Stanley Wertheim, 1984)


Box 27 Hoapile, William to Rev. W.U. Richards, London, 1865 November 29 & 30, 1865

(a a.l.s.)


Box 27 Hocking, William Ernest to H. Lillibridge, New Haven, Conn., 1912 January 19, 1912

(t.l.s., 1p. Gift of Prof. and Mrs. Joseph L. Blau -- 1960 February 5)


Box 27 Hofer, Philip, Collecting Drawings, New York, 1962

(t.ms., 28p. (lecture; transcript made from tape recording) Gift of Columbia Oral History Office, 1962)



Box 76 Hoffman, Frederick. Rigney Cartoons, drawings and photocopies of F.L. Hoffman letters.



Box 66 Hofstadter, Richard. Additional 1 "Nature of American Extreme Right Wing Groups"



Box 27 Ely, Richard Theodore to Arthur C. Holden, Old Lyme, Conn., ca. 1939

(a.l.s., 1p. Gift of Arthur C. Holden, 1978)


Box 27 Viner, Jacob to Arthur C. Holden, Princeton, NJ, 1969 July 11, 1969

(a.l.s., 1p. Gift of Arthur C. Holden)


Box 27 Viner, Jacob to Arthur C. Holden, Princeton, NJ, 1970 March23, 1970

(t.l.s., 1p Gift of Arthur C. Holden)


Box 27 Holden, Edward S. to Mr. La Farge, West Point, NY, 1901 December 23, 1901

(p.c.)


Box 27 Holme, Constance to James B. Pinker, Milnthrope, Westmorland, U.K., 1915 May 4, 1915

(t.l.s., 2p. (with penciled note not in hand of author) 349025)


Box 27 Holme, Constance to E. A. Osborne, Kirky Lonsdale, Westmorland, U.K., 1937 January 22, 1937

(t.l.s., 1p. (with related items) 349026)



Box 28 Homma, Masaharu

(Gift of Robert L. Pelz, 1976)


Box 28 to Robert L. [Pelz], Manila, 1945 December 25, 1945

(a.l., 2p.)


Box 28 to John H, Skeen, Jr., Robert L. Pelz and other, Manila, 1946 February9, 1946

(a.l.s., 3p. (Photostat with related item)


Box 28 Homma, Masaharu, My Campaign in the Philippines up to the fall of Bataan, Manila, 1945 December, 1945

(a.ms., 14p. (Account prepared for the assistance of Homma's defense counsel. With seven related items) Gift of Robert L. Pelz, 1976)


Box 28 Hook, Theodore Edward, Fulham, U.K., undated

(a.l.s., 1p. Gift of Jean Macalister)


Hoover, Herbert to Robert E, MacAlarney, New York, 1944 January 25, 1944

(t.l.s., 1p. Gift of Edward M. Powell, 1964 Transferred from Journalism Library, 1985)


Box 28 With 4 related items concerning the death of MacAlarney and the acquisition of the letter by Columbia


Box 28 Hopkins, Mark, n.p., undated

(a.n.s. (fragment from letter) Gift of Rosemarie Bletter, 1978)


Box 28 Hopkins, Stephen, Providence, 1763 May 9, 1763

(d.s., 1p. (appointment of Thomas Arnold to a judgeship in the Court of Common Pleas; with the seal of the Colony) 45075m)


Box 28 Hopkins, Stephen, Providence, 1758 May 5, 1758

(d.s., 1p. appointment of Thomas Arnold to a judgeship in the Court of Common Pleas; with the seal of the colony 45075M)


Horkheimer, Max, and Theodore W. Adorno, Pholosophische fragmente, New York, c., 1944

(t.ms., IX and 319p. Published by the Institute of social Research Gift of Chauncey Ollinger)


Box 28 mimeographed copy; May be a preliminary draft of the dialectic of Enlightenment


Box 28 Horsley, Charles Edward, n.p., 1844 October 31, 1844

(a.l..s, 1p. (concert program enclosed) Laid in Sextus Empiricus, B183 Se9 KP)


Box 28 Hortz, Charles to William D. Lewis, London, 1852 July 26, 1852

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Box 28 Hosack, David to Dr. Mecerau, n.p., undated

(a.l.s., incomplete Gift of Medical Library)


Box 28 Hosack, David, New York, 1805 August 8, 1805

(ms.doc. (receipt) Photostat (original in N.Y. Historical Soc.) to the Estate of Alexander Hamilton Gift of Dr. Theodore Russell, 1959 February 18)


Box 28 Hosack, David to The Trustees of the College of Physicians and Surgeons, Report de Botanical Garden, New York,, 1810

(a.ms., 7p. Gift of the Medical Library, 1957)


Box 28 Hosack, David to the Trustees of the Botanic Garden, New York, 1812 May 15, 1812

(a.l.s., 1p. Bancroft -- 295G -- 1959)


Box 28 Hosack, David to Trustees of the College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, 1813 August 30, 1813

(a.l.s., 4p. Gift of the Medical Library)


Box 28 Hosack, David, Names proposed as members by David Hosack, 1811

(a. doc., 1p. Gift of Medical Library, 1957)


Box 28 Hosack, David to Simeon De Witt, New York, 1820 March7, 1820

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Box 28 Hosack, David to Dr. Jaques, New York, 1826 March4, 1826

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Box 28 Hosack, David, new York, 1826 March17, 1826

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Box 28 Hosack, David to Ricahrd Rush, new York, 1827 June 6, 1827

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Box 76 Hough, Henry Beetle. Typescript clippings and miscellaneous materials



Box 28 Household, Geoffrey to Alfred R. McIntyre, Tangier, 1937 April 8, 1937

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Box 28 Household, Geoffrey to Alfred R. McIntyre, London, 1937 August 4, 1937

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Box 28 Household, Geoffrey to Alfred R. McIntyre, London, 1938 June 26, 1938

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Box 28 Household, Geoffrey to Alfred R. McIntyre, London, 1938 June 28, 1938

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Box 28 Household, Geoffrey to Alfred R. McIntyre, London, 1938 November 11, 1938

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Box 28 Household, Geoffrey to Alfred R. McIntyre, London, 1939 April 20, 1939

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Box 28 Household, Geoffrey to Everitt, London, 1939 April 30, 1939

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Box 28 Household, Geoffrey to Alfred R. McIntyre, London, 1939 April 20, 1939

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Box 28 Household, Geoffrey to Alfred R. McIntyre, n.p., 1939 October 22, 1939

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Box 28 Household, Geoffrey to Alfred R. McIntyre, London, 1939 May 27, 1939

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Box 28 Household, Geoffrey to Alfred R. McIntyre, London, 1939 August 19, 1939

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Box 28 Household, Geoffrey to Alfred R. McIntyre, Greece, 1941 January 7, 1941

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Box 28 Household, Geoffrey to Alfred R. McIntyre, London, 1945 May 27, 1945

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Box 28 Household, Geoffrey to Alfred R. McIntyre, Charminster, U.K., 1947 October 5, 1947

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Box 28 Household, Geoffrey to Alfred R. McIntyre, Charminster, U.K., 1947 October 31, 1947

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Box 28 Household, Geoffrey to Alfred R. McIntyre, Charminster, U.K., 1948 March8, 1948

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Box 28 Household, Geoffrey to Alfred R. McIntyre, Charminster, U.K., 1948 March12, 1948

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Box 28 Household, Geoffrey to Feltridge, Adstock, U.K., 1962 November 6, 1962

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Box 28 Howard, George Bronson A Playwright's Protest, Belle Terre, NY, n.y., March

(a.ms.s., 5p., draft of a letter to the Evening Sun)



Box 76 Howard, Jane. Photocopy of Life magazine "Editors' Note" on Jane Howard, May, 24,, 1963



Box 28 Howley, William, Archbishop of Canterbury, London, undated % 1829, undated, 1829

(two autographs, franked envelopes, W. London and W. Canterbury)


Box 28 Hows, Jonathan W.S. to Benjamin Loping, Poughkeepsie, 1862 July, 1862

(a.l.s., 4p. 59-18082G)


Box 28 Hows, Jonathan W.S. to Benjamin Loping, Poughkeepsie, 1862 July 8, 1862

(a.n., 1p., with printed leaflet 59-18082G)


Box 28 Hows, Jonathan W.S. to Benjamin Loping, Poughkeepsie, 1862 July 19, 1862

(a.ls., 3p. 59-18082G)


Box 28 Hoyt, Albert H. to Stephen Whitney Phoenix, Boston, 1874 April 27, 1874

(a.l.s., 2p. Formerly tipped in: The New England Historical and Geneological Register…1874. Volume, 28. Phoenix P974 N445)


Box 28 Hudson, Charles to William Owsley, Westminster, Mass., 1842 October 6, 1842

(a.l.s., 3p.)


Box 28 Hughes, Charles Evans to Timothy L. Woodruff, Albany, 1907 September 18, 1907

(l.s., 2p. Bancroft-295G-1959)


Box 28 Hughes, Charles Evans to Timothy L. Woodruff, Albany, 1908 April 4, 1908

(l.s., 2p. Bancroft-295G-1959)


Box 28 Hughes, Charles Evans to Gurney C. Gue, Albany, NY, 1910 August 10, 1910

(t.l.s., 2p., with envelope; memorandum on the reverse of p.2 concerning the subject of the letter)


Box 28 Hughes, Thomas to William D. Lohier, Boston, 1828 April 5, 1828

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 28 Hughes, Thomas, Blankenberghe, Belgium, 1866 August 14, 1866

(a.l.s., 2p. This was removed from Sydney Selfe,Notes on the characters and incidents…in "Tom Brown's schooldays."Gift of Helen MacLachlan, 1977)


Box 28 Hugo, Victor to Leon Gambetta, n.p., n.y. December 10

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 28 Hugo, Victor to Maxime Lalanne, Hauteville, 1863 November 26, 1863

(a.l.s., 3p. Gift of William W. Appleton, 1975)


Box 28 Hukonin, Herbert to Editor of the Tribune, New York, 1880 December 11, 1880

(a.l.s., 2p.)


Box 28 Huneker, James to Anne Nathan Meyer, New York, 1907 January 13, 1907

(a.l.s., 1p., with typewritten copy)


Box 28 Huneker, James to Gustav Kobbé, New York, 1901 January 17, 1901

(a.l., 1p., with envelope and Photostat Gift of Judah A. Joffee, 1960)


Box 28 Huneker, James to George Sylvester Viereck, New York, 1909 May 31, 1909

(a.l.s., 2p. 297-1982)


Box 28 Huneker, James Gibbons to Theodore Presser, New York, 1912 July 24, 1912

(a.l.s., 2p, with a printed copy 297-1982)


Box 28 Huniam, Jan H. to William Huren, Philadelphia, 1791 March14, 1791

(a.l.s., 2p.)


Hunn, J.S., letters to Hunn

(2 a.l.s.)


Box 28 from Thomas Wiswell, 1822 November 29, 1822


Box 28 from Salomon Royce, 1820 February 16, 1820


Box 28 Hunt, Leigh, "War between England and the United States!" (poem), n.p., undated

(a.ms., 1p., Photostat)


Box 28 Hunt, W. Holoman to William, London, 1857 September 7, 1857

(a.l.s., 3p. 837E)


Box 28 Abott, Lyman to MRs. J.M. Hunter, Cornwall-on-Hudson, NY, 1912 November 14, 1912

(t.l.s., 3p.)


Box 28 Eliot, Charles W. to MRs. J.M. Hunter, Asticou, Me., 1911 July 28, 1911

(t.l.s., 2p)


Box 28 Huntington, Daniel to Carey & Hart, New York, 1845 December 24, 1845

(a.l.s., 1p. (with two portraits and a specimen of his engraving))


Box 28 Huntington, Tuley Francois to Roger Howson, Palo Alto, California, 1931 September 22, 1931

(a.l.s., 2p.)


Box 28 Huntington, Tuley Francois to Roger Howson, Palo Alto, California, 1932 December 2, 1932

(a.l.s., 2p.)


Box 28 Huntly, Jett, "Going West" (poem, London, 1928 January, 1928

(a.ms.s., 2p., with envelope addressed to Mrs. Burtt)


Box 28 Hurst, Fannie to Mrs. Palmer, New York, 1929 September 19, 1929

(a.l.s., 1p. Order no. 17504F-Bancroft)


Box 28 Huskisson, William, London, 1922 July 6, 1922

(autograph, franked envelope) Gift of Jean Macalister)


Box 28 Hutchinson, Arthur Stuart-Meneth to Clement K. Shorter, London, 1923 October 14, 1923

(t.l.s., 1p. 09485F)


Box 28 Hutchinson, Arthur Stuart-Meneth, A Magdalen of the soil, London, 1923 March, 1923

(a.ms.s., 27p., in board portfolio, with bookplate of Clement K. Shorter 09485F)


Box 28 Hutchinson, Thomas to John M. O'Connor, New York, 1822 August 28, 1822

(a.l.s., 3p. 34060F-1957)


Box 28 Huxley, Aldous to Betty Wendell, Los Angeles, undated

(a.p.c.s., 2p. Gift of Ronals Dzierbicki, 1988)



Box 29 Image, Selwyn to Stewart Duckworth Headlam, London, 1922 Octiber 2, 1922

(a.l.s., 2p., re. Matthew Arnold'sCromwell. Removed from: Matthew Arnold.Cromwell: a prize poem…Oxford, J. Vincent, 1843)


Independence Day, 1826 July 4, 1826

(5 am.ms. by various authors)


Box 29 Poems celebrating the 50th anniversary of American Independence


Box 29 Industrial Workers of the World, Local 67, Minute book, 1905 March7 -- 1906 April 18, Jersey City, 1905-1906, 1905, 1906, 1905-1906

(notebook, in the hands of William F. Burke and Thomas J. Holmes, recording secretaries 34749S)


Box 29 Ingelow, Jean

(autograph 837E)


Box 29 Inglis, Sir Robert H., n.p., 1829 April 1, 1829

(autograph, franked envelope Gift of Jean Macalister)


Findlay, M December, Christiania, Norway, undated

(a.l.s., 1p. Gift of Herman Cohen, 1976)


Box 29 Letter from the British ambassador to Norway concerning a reward for the capture of Sir Roger Casement


McCartan, Patrick to "Your Excellency," n.p., 1918 December 28, 1918

(t.l.s., 1p., carbon copy Gift of Herman Cohen, 1976)


Box 29 Letter from the Envoy of the Provisional Government of Ireland announcing the official independence of Ireland from the United Kingdom



Box 77 Institute of Pacific Relations.


Box 77 The Eye of the Earth: A Pacific Survey by John B. Condliffe


Box 77 Letters, manuscripts, and printed material relation to IPR and W.L. Holland



Box 29 Irving, Henry to "Dear Madam," London, 1892 December 28, 1892

(a.l.s., 1p. Gift of Peter Grimm, 1977)


Box 29 Irving, Pierre M., "The Chronicle of the Ommiades" (preface to Abderahman), n.p.,, undated

(a.ms., 4p. 34950G)


Box 29 Irving, Pierre M., Notes for the preface to Abderahman, n.p., undated

(a.ms., 2p. 34950G)


Box 29 Iowa Grange, 1872-1874

(24 items, miscellaneous materials)


Irving, Washington to Col. John P. Van Ness, Liverpool, 1816 May 7, 1816

(a.l.s., (Photostat), 1p. 3 pieces)


Box 29 Original in possession of Robert F. Loeb, Bard Professor of Medicine, Columbia University


Box 29 Irving, Washington to E.R. Billings, Greenburg, NY, 1863 October 3, 1863

(a.l.s., 2p.)


Box 29 Irving, Washington to Sir George Naylor, London, 1837 September 6, 1837

(a.l. (third person), 1p.)


Box 29 Irving, Washington, Sunnyside, 1856 October 16, 1856

(a.l.s., 1p. Bancroft-1952E)


Box 29 Irving, Washington to Joseph Burton Wakeley, Tarrytown, NY, 1858 December 22, 1858

(a.l.s., 3p., with an engraved portrait of Irving 293-7/1/91)


Box 29 Irving, Washington, "The Chronicle of the Ommiades" p.62 and p.63, n.p., n.d

(a.ms., 2p., pages missed from the Columbia calatloged copy 34950G)


Box 29 Irving, Washington, "Evening gossip:" Chapter 3 (fragment of an unpublished Spanish tale), n.p.,, undated

(a.ms., 2p. 34950G)


Irving, Washington, Four quotations from Roger Ascham's Toxophilus, n.p., undated

(a.ms., 2p. 34950G)


Box 29 probably noted down during Irving's readings of English renaissance authors in the Sketh Book Bracebridge Hall period


Box 29 Irving, Washington, fragment of an unpublished Spanish take involving "Ruy Velazquez", n.p.,, undated

(a.ms., 3p., numbered 5.6, and 8 34950G)


Box 29 Irving, Washington, Historical notes on 11th century Spanish history, n.p., n.d

(a.ms., 2p. 34950g)


Box 29 Isabey, Jean Baptiste to Mr. Sainsbury, Paris, 1840 July 20, 1840

(a.l.s., 1p., with envelope 52094C)



Box 30 Jackson, Andrew


Box 30 To Hardy M. Cryer, Washington, 1829

(a.l.s., 4p., Photostat)


Box 30 To Robert M. Burton, Washington, 1834 April 27, 1834

(a.l.s., 3p., Photostat)


Box 30 Jackson, Andrew to Joel Poinsett, Washington, 1832 December 9, 1832

(a.l.s., 3p., Photostat)


Box 30 Jackson, Andrew to Rev. Andrew J. Crawford, Washington, 1833 May 1, 1833

(a.l.s., 3p., Photostat)


Box 30 Jackson, Andrew, The Tennessee Militia and General Jackson

(ms., 3p.)


Box 30 Jackson, Francois to May, Boston, 1861 July 30, 1861

(a.l.s., 1p. Bancroft-1947E)


Box 30 Jackson, Helen Hunt, ?Bot as I will (poem), n.p., undated

(a.ms.s., 1p, (with portrait) 43-50593)


Box 30 Jackson, Matthew to Thomas Astley, Abington, PA, 1833 April 22, 1833

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 30 Jackson, James F., Boston Elevated Railway Strike, 1936 November 13, 1936

(typescript carbon, 3p.)


Box 30 Jackson, James F., for a mock session of Congress at Leyden Church

(typescript carbon, 4p.)


Box 30 Jackson, Sir Robert to Phillip Sporn, Washington, D.C. and Accra, Ghana, 1956-7

(1 a.l.s, 4 t.l.s.)


Box 30 Jacob, Max to Walter, St. Benoit-sur-Loire, France, 1927 April 21, 1927

(a.l.s., 1p. 09855F)


Box 30 Jacob, Max to Marcel, Tréboul, France, 1930 September 4, 1930

(a.l.s., 2p. 09855F)


Box 30 Jacob, Max to Paul Fort, Paris, 1831 January 31, 1831

(a.l.s., 1p. 09855F)


Box 30 Jacob, Max, Bénéfices de Dieu (meditations on God), n.p., undated

(a.ms., 2p. 09855F)


Box 30 Jacob, Max, But de la vie (meditation), n.p., undated

(a.ms., 2p. 09855F)


Box 30 Jacob, Max, Le ciel est ouvert pour moi! (meditation), n.p., undated

(a.ms., 1p. 09855F)


Box 30 Jacob, Max, la creature n'est pas parfait… (meditation on the human body), n.p.,, undated

(a.ms., 4p. 09855F)


Box 30 Jacob, Max, Entends tu ronfler la flame? (meditation on hell), n.p., undated

(a.ms., 2p. 09855f)


Box 30 Jacob, Max, Mon Seigneur (meditation on heaven), n.p., undated

(a.ms., 4p. 09855F)


Box 30 Jacob, Max, Je suis capable de me faire… (meditation on heaven), n.p., undated

(a.ms., 1p. 09855f)


Box 30 James I, of England, message from the King to his counselors and to the House of Commons, Royston, 1621 December 16, 1621

(a.ms., 3p.)


Box 30 James, Alice Howe Gibbens (Mrs. Williams) to Howard V. Knox, Cambridge, Mass., 1910 November 7, 1910

(a.l.s., 3p., with envelope 41578P)


James, William to Howard V. Knox, Cambridge, Mass., 1909 January 22, 1909

(t.l.s., 4p., last 2p. in James' hand; with envelope 41578P)


Box 30 Also contains copy of part of Knox's reply to James, dated 1909 February7, 4p., 1909


Box 30 James, William to John Dewey, Cambridge, 1903 December 3, 1903

(a.l.s., 8p. Gift of Joseph L. Blau, 1962)


Box 30 James, William to Howard V. Knox, Cambridge, Mass., 1909 February21, 1909

(a.l.s., 2p., with envelope 41578P)


Box 30 James, William to Howard V. Knox, Cambridge, Mass., 1909 May 11, 1909

(p.c.s. 41578P)


Box 30 James, William to Howard V. Knox, Salisbury, Conn., 1909 May 28, 1909

(a.l.s., 4p., with envelope 41578P)


Box 30 James, William to Howard V. Knox, Cambridge, 1910 March11, 1910

(p.c.s. 41578P)


Box 30 James, William, William James's letters to a young pragmatist, by Marjorie R. Kaufman

(reprinted fromJournal of the History of Ideas, Vol. XXIV, No. 3, July -September 1963 p. 413-421 41578P)


Box 30 Jarrold, William I to T. Irving Crowell, Norwich, U.K., 1930 August 19-September 27, 1930

(2 t.l.s. Gift of Crouse Library, City University of New York)



Box 81 Folder 13 Sir James Jay. "Last Will and Testament", 10 July 1811 (3 pages)



Box 30 Jeffers, Robinson to Mr. Griffith, Carmel, California, 1930 January, 1930

(a.l.s., 1p. Bancroft -- 7488F)


Box 30 Jeffers, Robinson to Henry W. Wells, Carmel, California, 1941 December 14, 1941

(a.l.s., 2p. Gift of Henry W, Wells, 1961)


Box 30 Jefferson, Thomas, Monticello, 1825 February22, 1825

(2 a.l.s., Photostat, 1p. original in possession of Dr. Robert F. Loeb, Bard Professor of Medicine, Columbia University)


Box 30 Jefferson, Thomas to Barnes, Monticello, 1821 September 25, 1821

(a.l.s., 1p., Photostat, 2p. Gift of Misses Dollie and Amy Hepburn)


Box 30 Jefferson, Thomas, On French Wine, n.p., 1780

(a.ms., 3p., Photostat Gift of Spencer Smith 44-2-8M1)


Box 30 Jenkinson, Robert Banks, 2nd Earl of Liverpool, Kingston, England, 1827 October 14, 1827

(autograph, franked envelope Gift of Jean Macalister)


Box 30 Jenks, Tudor to Arthur Vance, Bronxville, NY, 1907 March18, 1907

(a.l.s., 1p. 00917H)


Box 30 Jennett, Seán to Mr. Morris, New Haw, Surrey, 1951 September 15, 1951

(t.l.s., 1p. 293-1982)


Box 30 Jerrold, Walter, Henley-on-Thames, 1915 August 18, 1915

(a.l.s., 3p.)


Box 30 Jerrold, Walter, Hampton-on-Thames, 1915 September 29, 1915

(a.l.s., 2p.)


Box 30 Jesus, Society of Mexico Consulta sobre la División de Provincias en esta de la Nueva España, Mexico, 16--

(a.ms., 2p.)


Jesus, Society of Mexico, Mexico, 1742 September 12, 1742

(a.d.s., 2p.)


Box 30 Authorization to appoint two experts to expurgate heretical books; signed by the secretary of the Inquisition, Alexandro Alvarez Carranza


Box 30 Jewett, Sarah Orne, n.p., undated

(autograph and portrait)


Box 30 John, William Stiles Browne, New York, 1794 March8, 1794

(p.d.s., 1p., power of attorney, completed in ms. Gift of Mrs. Russell V. Cruikshank, 1962)


Box 30 Johnson, Alvin, Letter to Johnson relating to the "University in Exile", New York, 1933 May 21-October 11, 1933

(3 a.l.s., 5 t.l.s., Gift of Mrs. Agnes de Lima 6-10-67)


Box 30 Johnson, Edward to Elizabeth Lord Wood, New York, 1942 November 13, 1942

(a.l.s., 2p., with envelope Gift of June Lord-Wood, 1975)


Box 30 Johnson, Edward to Elizabeth Lord Wood, New York, 1939 December 6, 1939

(t.l.s., 1p. Gift of June Lord Wood, 1975)



Box 81 Folder 21 Johnson, Gerald W. A Little Night Music, 1945. Published by the Council on Books in Wartime, Inc. Size: 5 1/2" x 4", 1945

Gift of Kenneth Seiff. Accn: 2016.2017.M061



Box 30 Johnson, Hewlett to S.A. Russell, Esq., Canterbury, 1949 September 12, 1949

(t.l.s., 1p. Gift of Joseph B. Russell, 1991)


Box 30 Johnson, James, New York, 1819 November 23, 1819

(ms.doc., 1p., inventory; signed by Maltby Pelletreu and William H. Sparks)


Box 30 Johnson, Samuel, n.p., 1776 February, 1776

(a.d., 1p., address leaf, "To Dr. John Calder" 297-7/11/88)


Box 30 Johnson, Rossiter to William H, Samson, London, 1907 September 25, 1907

(a.l.s., 2p)


Joline, Adrian H.

(ms., 29p. gift of Adrian H. Larkin)


Box 30 Ms. Of an essay on unjust charges of Albert B. Paine against John Hoffman, Gov. and May or of New York in his Life of Thomas Nast


Box 30 Joline, Adrian H., "Hawthorne and Pierce" (essay)

(a.ms., 17p. Gift of Adrian H. Larkin)


Box 30 Joline, Adrian H., essay about John Thompson Hoffman, May or of New York

(ms., 17p. Gift of Adrian H. Larkin)


Box 30 Jones, A.S., criticism of an essay entitled "Public Spirit,", 1815


Box 30 Jones, William Alfred to Miss Gilman, Norwich, Conn., 1896 January 27 and February3, 1896

(2 a.l.s.)



Box 72 Jong, Erica. DVD ""Love Comes First"" (2 copies)



Box 30 Jusserand, Jean Adrien Antoine Jules to Richard Harding Davis, Washington, 1915 June 28, 1915

(t.l.s., 2p. Gift of Jerome Eisner, 1961)



Box 31 Kauffman, Ulrich, Agreement for colonizing Canada by grant of land, etc., 1806 June 1, 1806


Box 31 Kaye-Smith, Sheila, Men & Marvels by Halpert Boyd, n.p., ca. 1921

(a.ms.s., 1p. (book review) 265882)


Box 31 Kearney, John, London, 1782 February 24, 1782

(doc. commission issued to John Kearney as lieutenant in the 104th Regiment of Foot by George III, signed by Lord Shelbourne.)


Box 31 Kearney, Thomas to James Nathan Branson Hill, New York, 1928 December 6, 1928

(a.l.s., 3p.)


Box 31 Keble, John to Richard, Horsley, 1864 September 26, 1864

(a.l.s., 3p. and photograph 837E)



Box 76 Kees, Weldon. Negatives.



Box 31 Kekule, Frederick August to Victor Meyer, Bonn, 1885 January 28, 1885

(a.l.s., 2p. Gift of Dr. Reginald Auchincloss (from the Chemistry Library))


Box 31 Kelley, M.L., Akron, Ohio, 1921 January 16, 1921

(a.l.s., 2p.)


Box 31 Kellogg, Minor K. to William Cullen Bryant, New York, 1874 November 11, 1874

(a.l.s., 2p. (docketed by Bryant, signed W.C.B.) 43-6-15aml 43-50250)


Kemble, Frances Anne to Sir, b.p., undated

(a.l.s., 4p.)(Gift of Winifred A. Myers in honor of the 25th Anniversary of the Librarian for Rare Books and Manuscripts)


Box 31 Kemble, Frances Anne to Mr. Cantley, Rome, undated

(a.l.s., 3p. 22073H)


Box 31 Kemble, Gouvernuer Jr. to Edward Wright, Cold Springs, NY, 1883 October 20, 1883

(a.l.s., 1p)


Box 31 Kennedy, John Fitzgerald to Paul J. Bonom, Washington, D.C., 1959 January 28, 1959

(t.l.s., 1p. Gift of Paul J. Bonom, 1972)


Box 31 Kennedy, John Fitzgerald to Paul J. Bonom, New York, 1960 September 2, 1960

(p.p.c., 1p. (invitation to speech) Gift of Paul J. Bonom, 1972)


Box 31 Kennedy, John F. to Paul J. Bonom, Washington, 1960 December 8, 1960

(t.l.s., 1p. Gift of Paul J. Bonom, 1971)


Box 31 Kennedy, Robert Francis to Paul J. Bonom, New York, 1964 September 23, 1964

(t.l.s., 1p. Gift of Paul J. Bonom, 1972)


Box 31 Kennedy, Robert Francis to Paul J. Bonom, New York, 1964 November 16, 1964

(t.l.s., 1p. Gift of Paul J. Bonom, 1972)


Box 31 Kennedy, Robert Francis to Paul J. Bonom, Washington, 1965 May 1, 1965

(t.l.s., 1p. Gift of Paul J. Bonom, 1971)


Box 31 Kennedy, Robert Francis to Paul J. Bonom, Washington, 1967 April 21, 1967

(t.l.s., 1p. Gift of Pail J. Bonom, 1974)


Box 31 Kennedy, Robert Francis to Paul J. Bonom, Washington, 1967 October 17, 1967

(t.l.s., 1p., with related materials Gift of Paul J. Bonom, 1972)


Box 31 Kennedy, Robert Francis to Paul J. Bonom, Washington, 1968 May 15, 1968

(t.l.s., 1p. Gift of Paul J. Bonom, 1971)



Box 76 Kent, James. John Frederick Schroeder autograph letter to Edwin Clark, September 8, 1853



Box 31 Kepler, Johann to Phillip Muller, Sagan, Germany, 1629 October 17-27, 1629

(a.l.s., 3p. Shelved in vault)


Kiersted, James, New York, 1759 February6, 1759

(a.d.s., 2p. Gift of Mrs. James H. Durgin, 1964)


Box 31 Receipt on a sheet with additional receipts from Joseph Cox, Joseph Howles, Andrew Masfeld, Myndert Schuyler, like Kierstead, and Jeremiah Brower


Kilmer, Joyce, New York, 1907 March3, 1907

(ms.d.s., 1p., Columbia University charge card Transferred from Columbiana, 1976)


Box 31 Charge card for Thomas Holley Chivers Nacooche and related New York Times clipping documenting J. Kilmer's interest in T.H. Chivers


Box 31 Kilmer, Joyce, New York, 1917

(p.d.s., 1p., application for Columbia University Officers' Training Corp Transferred from Columbiana, 1976)


Box 31 King, George A. to Goodspeed, Concord, Mass., n.y. November 6

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 31 Kingsley, Charles, Shrink not from grief, Windsor, 1863 June 27, 1863

(ms. poem, 1p. 837E)


Box 31 Kinsey, Alfred to Walter Stanton Root, Bloomington, Ind., 1948 September 21, 1948

(t.l.s., 1p. Gift of Columbia University College of P&S, 1972)


Box 31 Kinsey, Alfred to Walter Stanton Root, Baltimore, 1948 January 19, 1948

(a.l.s., 1p., signed with initials Gift of Columbia College of P&S, 1972)


Kip, Samuel, New York, 1806 March7, 1806

(ms. doc. s., 1p.)


Box 31 Deed of land to Peter McCartee; also signed by Eliza Kip, Pierre C. Van Wyck and John W. Gibson


Box 31 Kirby, Harriette to Carrie, n.p., n.y. March1

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 31 Kirkpatrick, John F., Memoir of his two years a Fellow of the American Academy in Rome from 1937-1939 San Francisco, 1986, 1937-1939, 1986

(t.ms., 14p. including his covering letter and with a related letter from his wife Gift of Emil Polak, 1997)


Box 31 Kirmse, F., n.p., undated

(a.l.s., 2p)


Box 31 Kissinger, Henry Alfred to Paul J. Bonom, Washington, 1970 June 10, 1970

(t.l.s., 1p. with related correspondence Gift of Paul J. Bonom, 1974)


Box 31 Knight, Jonathan to Abel, Ann, and Nathan Whealdon, Eastbethleham,etc., PA,, 1842-1858

(11 a.l.s., typescript copies Gift of Lewis J. Corey, 1950)


Box 31 Knight, Jonathan to Ann and Nathan Whealdon, Harrisburg, Baltimore, etc., 1837-1841

(11 a.l.s., typescript copies Gift of Lewis J. Corey, 1950)


Box 31 Knight, Jonathan to Ann and Nathan Whealdon, Harrisburg, Baltimore, etc., 1826-1834

(11 a.l.s., typescript copies Gift of Lewis J. Corey, 1950)


Box 31 Knox, Frank to E. Russel Lord-Wood, Chicago, 1940 June 3, 1940

(t.l.s., 1p. Gift of June Lord-Wood, 1978)


Box 31 Knox Co., Ohio, Description of Knox Co.


Box 31 Koch, Kenneth, Angelica, New York, undated

(t.m.s., typescript of unpublished play, 87p. order no. 406741c)



Box 76 Komroff, Manuel. 2 ALS and 3 stamped envelopes



Box 31 Koopman, H.L.


Box 31 to Editor of "Culture" C.A.N., Burlington, VA, 1887 February9 and May 20, 1887

(2 a.l.s. 5 and 3 p.)


Box 31 to Mary, Cele, Rus Ivit, 1886 November 20, 1886

(3 ms. poems)


Box 31 Kopkiles, A., Award of the silver medal of the Greek Navy for excellence to A. Kopkiles, 1844 March17, 1844

(doc.s., signed C. Kanares Gift of Carl Marks, 1954)


Box 31 Kosinski, Jerzy to Steven Roday, New Haven, Conn., 1971 January 13, 1971

(t.l.s., 1p. Gift of Steven Roday, 1971)


Box 31 Kossuth, Louis, n.p., undated

(photograph, 3x2 in., portrait; with signature affixed below with photograph 293-13 Nov 1986)


Kusch, Polykarp, Science and the University, New York, 1966 April 13, 1966

(t.ms., 21p., mimeograph copy)


Box 31 Address at the 1966 Spring Meeting of the Academy of Political Science, 1966



Box 32 Laboulaye, Edouard, René Lefebvre de, Paris, 1866 September 29, 1866

(a.l.s., 4p. 52094C)


Box 32 Labuyan to Major William C. Wilde, Camp Lewis, 1861 October 26, 1861

(a.l.s., 1p)



Box 76 Ladd-Franklin. Christine. 2 T.L.S. from Christiane Ladd-Franklin to Dr. Troland, August 22, 1927 and September 1, 1927. About a Theory of Color Vision, August 22, 1927



Box 32 La Farge, John, n.p., n.s.

(end of a.l.s., 1p)


Box 32 Lafayette, Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert de Motier, Marquis de to Monsieur Barnet, Paris, 1830 April 22, 1830

(a.l.s., 1p. Stored in Lafayette collection vault)


Box 32 Lafayette, Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert de Motier, Marquis de to Monsieur le Comte, Paris, 1815 January 6, 1815

(a.l.s., 1p. Stored in Lafayette collection vault)


Box 32 Lafayette, Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert de Motier, Marquis de, Paris, 1791 September 19, 1791

(ms.d.s., 2p. Stored in Lafayette vault)


Laflamme, H.F. and others, evidence before the Indian Hemp Drugs Commission, Indian, 1894

(5 a.d.s., answers added to questionnaires by Canadian Missionaries Gift of Union Theological Seminary, 1990)


Box 32 Respondents: Laflamme, H.F. of Yellamanchili, Churchill, G. of Bobbili, David, J.E. of Cocanada, Garside, R. of Yussi, Stillwell, J.R. of Samalkat


Laflamme, H.F., Evidence on opium, Yellamanchili, Vizagapatam, India, 1894

(a.ms.s, 33p., answers to a questionnaire and related documents; with printed copy Gift of Union Theological Seminary, 1990)


Box 32 Affidavit of H.F. Laflamme of the Canadian Baptist Telugu Missions for the Royal Commission on Opium, with related resolutions


Box 32 Lafragua, J.M., Durango, Mexico, 1873 July 14, 1873

(p.d.s., 1p., passport for Ramon Simberck, a German resident in Durango Shelved in flat box)


Box 32 Lagarde, Anna de to Richard Schone, G̈öttingen, 1871-1878

(3 a.l.s., 1 p.c.s.)


Box 32 Lagarde, Paul de to Richard Schone, Göttingen, 1871-1890

(26 a.l.s.)


Box 32 Gilfond, Duff to Fiorello H. La Guardia, Washington, 1927 June 8, 1927

(t.l.s., 1p.)


Box 32 La Guardia, Fiorello H. to Duff Gilfond, New York, 1927 August 1, 1927

(t.l.s., 1p)


Box 32 La Guardia, Fiorello H. to Duff Gilfond, Washington, 1928 March18, 1928

(t.l.s., 1p.)


Box 32 La Guardia, Fiorello H. to Duff Gilfond, Washington, 1928 September 21, 1928

(t.l.s., 1p)


Box 32 La Guardia, Fiorello H. to Duff Gilfond, New York, 1929 July 27, 1929

(t.l.s., 2p, with a note added by Marie La Guardia)


Box 32 La Guardia, Fiorello H. to M.E. Gilfond, Washington, 1932 November 16, 1932

(t.l.s., 1p.)


Box 32 La Guardia, Fiorello H. to M.E. Gilfond, New York, 1933 March14, 1933

(t.l.s., 1p., with copy of Gilfond's reply)


Box 32 La Guardia, Fiorello H. to M.E. Gilfond, New York, 1933 March25, 1933

(t.l.s., 1p., with copy of Gilfond's reply)


Box 32 La Guradia, Fiorello H. to M.E. Gilfond, New York, 1933 March28, 1933

(t.l.s., 1p.)


Box 32 La Guardia, Fiorello H. to M.E. Gilfond, NewYork, 1933 April 7, 1933

(t.l.s., 1p.)


Box 32 La Guardia, Fiorello H. to M.E. Gilfond, New York, 1933 April 11, 1933

(t.l.s., 1p.)


Box 32 La Guardia, Fiorello H. to M.E. Gilfond, New York, 1933 April 19, 1933

(t.l.s., 1p.)


Box 32 La Guardia, Fiorello H. to M.E. Gilfond, New York, 1933 May 1, 1933

(t.l.s., 1p., note at bottom in his hand)


Box 32 La Guardia, Fiorello H. to M.E. Gilfond, New York, 1933 May 4, 1933

(t.l.s., 1p.)


Box 32 La Guardia, Fiorello H. to M.E. Gilfond, NewYork, 1933 May 5, 1933

(t.l.s., 1p.)


Box 32 La Guardia, Fiorello H. to M.E. Gilfond, New York, 1933 May 25, 1933

(t.l.s., 1p.)


Box 32 La Guardia, Fiorello H. to M.E. Gilfond, New York, 1933 August 10, 1933

(t.l.s., 1p.)


Box 32 La Guardia, Fiorello H. to M.E. Gilfond, New York, 1934 March19, 1934

(t.l.s., 1p)


Box 32 La Guardia, Fiorello H. to M.E. Gilfond, New York, 1934 May 2, 1934

(t.l.s., 1p., with note in his hand)


Box 32 La Guardia, Fiorello H. to M.E. Gilfond, New York, 1935 October 7, 1935

(t.l.s., 1p.)


Box 32 La Guardia, Fiorello H. to Duff Gilfond, Washington, 1941 November 21, 1941

(t.l.s., 1p)


Box 32 La Guardia, Maris Fisher (Mrs. Fiorello H.) to Duff Gilfond, New York, 1929

(t.l,s., 2p.)


Box 32 Lamartine, Alphonse de to de Lesseps, Macon, n.y. October 19

(a.l.s., 1p)


Box 32 Lamartine, Alphonse de to Editor of the Journal des Debats, Macon, 1822 May 27, 1822

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 32 Lamartine, Alphonse de, v.p., 1841-1869

(9 a.l.s.)


Box 32 Lamartine, Alphonse de to Editor of the Corriero d'Ultra Mar, Paris, 1859 April 18, 1859

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 32 Lamartine, Alphonse de to Barth, Paris, 1863 March30, 1863

(a.l.s., 2p.)


Box 32 Lamartine, Alphonse de to Bellue, Paris, 1867 March12, 1867

(a.l.s., 1p)


Box 32 Lamartine, Alphonse de, Miscellaneous materials

(17 portraits, 3 clippings, 1 p.d. (subscription blank))


Box 32 Lamb, John to Nicholas Low, New York, 1785-1795

(7 a.l.s. and 2 a.d.s. 10787E)


Box 32 Lamont, Thomas W., Delta Phi

(ms. Poem, Photostat, 11p. Gift of Corliss Lamont)


Box 32 Lamont, Thomas W., Signet, 1902 March22, 1902

(ms. Poem, Photostat, working and finished copy Gift of Corliss Lamont)



Box 80 Folder 10 Landon, Laetitia Elizabeth, "L.E.L." ALS to Dr. William] C[ooke] Taylor, 28 Upper Berkeley St West, Connaught Square, March 1, 1837

Landon writes to Taylor, the Irish author and journalist, to canvass support for her brother Whittington Landon, 'a candidate to the situation of secretary to the Literary Fund'. She asks of Taylor, 'May I entreat your favour and vote -1 hope in a few days to obtain an introduction - till then may I rely on your kindness'. She signs the request, 'Very respectfully your obliged L.E. Landon'. Landon canvassed a number of noteworthy figures on her brother's behalf, including Sir Francis Egerton, Robert Peel, Benjamin Disraeli, and through him Lord Ellenborough. Her appeals had the desired effect, as Whittington Landon assumed the position of secretary of the Literary Fund in April 1837. He would remain in the post for two years, at which time he was replaced by the candidate he had earlier defeated, Octavian Blewett. Blewett held the post until 1884.

Gift of Francis J. Sypher, Jr., May 31, 2018



Box 32 Landseer, Edwin H. to Mrs. Bruce, London, 1865 May 25, 1865

(a.l.s., 3p. 837E)


Lang, Serge, Case study in correction, New Haven, 1979

(t.ms., 1000p., unpublished report; photocopy Gift of Serge Lang via Herbert Gans, 1980)


Box 32 Exchange of letter among American scholars on the controversy in the media concerning Everett C. Ladd and Seymour M. Lipset's "The 1977 Survery of the American Professorate" compiled by Lang, 1977


Box 32 Lansig, Robert to Richard Harding Davis, Washington, 1916 March3, 1916

(t.l.s., 1p. Gift of Jerome Eisner, 1961)


Box 32 Larned, Charles William to John Ward Stimson, West Point, NY, 1891 January 11, 1891

(a.l.s., 4p. 17460P)



Box 76 Lasker, Albert. Albert Lasker Fact Sheets, January -February 1949., January -February 1949



Box 32 Lathrop, Dorothy P. to Miss Pritchard, Albany, NY, 1931 March3, 1931

(a.l.s., 2p.)


Box 32 Lathrop, George Parsons, Marthy Virginia's hand (poem), n.p., undated

(t.ms., 1p.)


Box 32 Lathrop, Rose Hawthorne to Charles Henry Hart, Hawthorne, NY, 1905 April 12, 1905

(a.l.s., 1p., with clipping: "An interesting collection of Nathanial Hawthorne")


Box 32 Laurens, D. to Faneuil Dunkin Weisse, Brussels,, 1911 January 11, 1911

(a.l.s., 2p. and reply Gift of the Medical Library)


Box 32 Laurens, Henry to Messrs. Clay and Habersham, Charlestown, 1767 November 29, 1767

(a.l.s., 2p., date from docketing information) 04925P)


Box 32 Laurens, Henry to Mr. Colomb, Philadelphia, 1779 August 14, 1779

(a.l.s., 1p. 24313P)


Box 32 Lawrence, Thomas Edward to Sir Albert Stern, Dorset, England, 1924 March31, 1924

(a.l.s., 3p., original in Vault 24946E)


Box 32 Lawrence, Sir Thomas

(autograph Gift of Jean Macalister)



Box 81 Folder 24 Le Roy Ladurie, Emmanuel. A.N.S. to Charles Tilly (in French), May 2, 1979

Accn: 2018.2019.M083



Box 33 Lea, Henry C. to Charles Eliot Norton, Philadelphia, 1867 July 8, 1867

(a.l.s., 2p. Gift of Lionel S. Reiss, 1978)


Box 33 Leach, A.F. to Hamilton, London, 1913 January 2, 1913

(a.l.s., 8p)


Box 33 Learned, I.E. to John Ward Stimson, New York, 1891 March2, 1891

(a.l.s., 2p. 17460P)


Box 33 Lee, Arthur to Cashier of the Bank, n.p., 1786 August 2, 1786

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Lee, Jennie to William Edward David Allen, London, 1960 February24, 1960

(a.l.s., 2p. Gift of Peter Graham, 1983)


Box 33 Refers to her Indtroduction in the book In Place of Fear, by Aneurin Becan, London, 1961


Lee, Porter Raymond, Autograph Book, New York, 1936 December 24, 1936

(ms.s., 2v. in 1)


Box 33 Signatures for Lee's associates in honor of his 25th year at the New York School of Social Work; Leaf 3: a hand-lettered quotation with historiated initia, surrounded by floral woodcut borders signed D.M.P.


Box 33 Lee, Robert Edward to Brig, General W.H. Stevens, near Appomattox, VA, 1865 April 10, 1865

(a.l.s., 1p., facsimile of General Order No. 9)


Box 33 Lee, Sidney to Caroline Runtz-Rees, London, 1910 December 13, 1910

(a.l.s., 1p)


Box 33 Lefferse, Jacob, Flatlands, NY, 1802 April 14, 1802

(a.d.s., 6p., will, singed by William Livingston Gift of Mrs. Russell V. Cruikshank, 1962)


Box 33 Legge, Robert George to Courtney, London, 1902 November 22, 1902

(a.l..s, 4p.)


Box 33 Lehman, Herbert H. to George McCullough, New York, 1961 April 3, 1961

(t.l.s., 1p. Gift of William Rodger, 1964)


Box 33 Lehman, John, A poet in his times, n.p., 1972

(a.ms., 2p., memorial article on Cecil Day-Lewis 349036)


Box 33 Lehman, John, A poet in his time, n.p., 1972

(proof, 1p., with autograph corrections. Memorial article on Cecil Day-Lewis 349036)



Box 81 Folder 17 Lehman Brothers. Receipt for the purchase of 10 negro slaves, Augusta, Georgia, 1863



Box 33 Lehman-Haupt, Hellmut Emile to Harold H. Kirk, n.p., 1938 October 30, 1938

(a.l.s., 3p., with 2 related letters Transferred from the School of Library Service Library, 1992)


Box 33 Leland, Charles G. to Charles H. Hart, Esq., Philadelphia, 1866 November 24, 1866

(a.l.s., 2p. Letter removed from: Leland--Abraham Lincoln)


Box 33 Leland, Charles G. to Mrs. Botta, London, 1871 March31, 1871

(a.l.s., 1p. Removed from: Leland---Abraham Lincoln)


Box 33 Leland, Charles G. to William A Hovey, Philadelphia, 1880 February 16, 1880

(a.l.s., 2p.)


Box 33 Lenya, Lotte to Ann Fall, New Yorl, 1965 January 16, 1965

(t.l.s., 1p. Gift of James E. Fall, 1984)


Box 33 Lenya, Lotte, new York, 1965 March30, 1965

(photograph, 5.75in x 3.4 in, signed and inscribed to Ann Fall; with envelope; with a.n.s. on the verso Gift of James E. Fall, 1984)


Box 33 Lenya, Lotte to Ann Fall, New City, NY, 1965 September 5, 1965

(a.n.s., on umailed p.c.; with envelope Gift of James E. Fall, 1984)


Box 33 Lenya, Lotte to Ann Fall, New York, 1967 February3, 1967

(a.p.c.s. Gift of James E. Fall, 1984)


Box 33 Lenya, Lotte to Ann Fall, New York, 1967 September 8, 1967

(t.l.s., 1p., with envelope Gift of James E. Fall, 1984)


Box 33 Lenya, Lotte to Ann Fall, New York, 1968 June 24, 1968

(t.l.s., 1p., with envelope Gift of James E. Fall, 1984)


Box 33 Lenya, Lotte to Ann Fall, New York, 1969 April 14, 1969

(t.l.s., 1p., with envelope Gift of James E. Fall, 1984)


Box 33 Lenya, Lotte to Ann Fall, New York, 1970 May 19, 1970

(t.l.s., 2p., with envelope Gift of James E. Fall, 1984)


Box 33 Lenya, Lotte to Ann Fall, New City, NY, 1970 June 3, 1970

(t.l.s., 2p., with envelope Gift of James E. Fall, 1984)


Box 33 Lenya, Lotte to Ann Fall, New York, 1970 July 19, 1970

(t.p.c.s. Gift of James E. Fall, 1984)


Box 33 Lenya, Lotte to Ann Fall, New York, 1970 October 21, 1970

(t.l.s., 2p., with envelope Gift of James E. Fall, 1984)


Box 33 Lenya, Lotte to Ann Fall, Haverstraw, NY, 1970 December 20, 1970

(t.l.s., 1p., with envelope Gift of James E. Fall, 1984)


Box 33 Leon, Antonio, Madrid, 1707 January 23, 1707

(a.l.s., 3p.)


Box 33 Leonard, James F., Political forces on Taiwan, n.p., 1964

(t.ms.s., 131p. (essay; carbon copy; with author's corrections and three related letters), unpublished Gift of J.F. Leonard via East Asian Institute, 1988.


Box 33 LeonOwens, Anna H. to Elizabeth K. Churchill, Halifax, N.S., 1878 September 23, 1878

(a.l.s., 3p. Gift of James T. Kemp)


Lepére, August e

(Gift of Sinclair Hamilton)


Box 33 to A. Lotz Brisonneau, Saint Jean du Mont, 1902 October 6, 1902

(a.n.s., on paper with monogram of Lotz, engraved by Lepére)


Box 33 Lotz, Brisonneau A. to L. Bourdin, Nantes, 1902 October 2, 1902

(a.n.s., written on the above)


Box 33 Bourdin, L. to A. Lotz Brisonneau, n.p., undated

(a.n.s., written on the above)


Box 33 Leslie, Shane, London, 1922 June 15, 1922

(a.l.s., 2p. 582825)


Box 33 Leslie, (Sir) Shane to Humbert Wolfe, Glaslough, Ireland, 1933 August 30, 1933

(a.l.s., 2p. 293-6/24/80)


Box 33 Leslie, T.C., London, n.y. July 14

(a.l.s., 6p.)


Box 33 Lesseps, Ferdinand de

(autograph)



Box 68 Levitt, Arthur. Three printed items.



Box 69 Levitt, Arthur. 1 folders of photographs



Box 33 Lewinson, Benno, Columbia College Law School Moot Court No. 5 notes, New York, 1876 December 8, 1876

(a.d.s., 6p. Gift of his daughter)


Box 33 Lewis, Charles B., Mr. Bouser, Hypnotist, n.p., undated

(a.ms.s., 7p. (with letter from Lewis 25243P)


Box 33 Libra, Ramon to Manuel Carvallo, Washington, 1849 November 7, 1849

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 33 Liddon, Henry Parry to Mrs. Richards, Council, 1868 May 22, 1868

(a.l.s., 3p. 873E)


Box 33 Lieber, Francis to Jonathan May hew Wainwright, Boston, 1831 January 9, 1831

(a.l.s., 3p. 676920)


Box 33 Liebig, Justus V. to Mr. Hofgertner, Much, 1862 March23, 1862

(a.l.s., 1p. Gift of Dr. Reginald Auchincloss (from the Chemistry Library))


Box 33 Liggett, Lt. Gen. H. to J. Bennett Nolan, Hdqts. First Army A.E.F., 1919 February 13, 1919

(l.s., 1p.)


Box 33 Lima, Cerqueira to Manual Carvallo, Santiago de Chile, 1834

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 33 Lincoln, Abraham to T.A. Cheney, Springfield, Ill., 1860 August 14, 1860

(a.l.s., 1p., copy)


Box 33 Lincoln, Abraham, Washington, 1863 December 22, 1863

(ms.d.s., 2p., oversized folder Shelved in Vault)


Box 33 Lindblom, Gerhard to Sir Richmond, Stockholm, 1937 September 14, 1937

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Lindsay, Vachel to W. Cabell Greet, Springfield, Ill., 1930 November 22, 1930

(a.l.s., 4p. Gift of Henry W. Wells, 1961)


Box 33 Enclosed: two newspaper clippings about Lindsay and annotated by him; a carbon transcript of his poem, "The Ezekiel Chant," 2p., all of which are mentioned in the letter.


Box 33 Linton, William James to Harry Buxton Forman, New Haven, 1877 January 14, 1877

(a.l.s., 4p. Gift of William W. Appleton, 1980)


Box 33 Livingston, David to Charles [Livingston], Claremont, Mauretanius, 1856 August 10, 1856

(a.l.s., 4p., with typewritten copy Gift of Carol Aronovici, 1942)



Box 34 Locker-Lampson, Frederick, For Future Edition, n.p., 1890

(a.ms., 3p. Gift of Herbert L. Matthews, 1976)


Box 34 Notes from the preparation of the 1891 edition ofLyra Elegantarium . Also included are Locker-Lampson's drafts of poems by Douglas B.W. Sladen and Julian Sturgis, a related clipping, and notes in the hand of Coulson Kernahan, who assisted in the compilation of the later edition., 1891


Box 34 Lockwood, Frank to Mr. Eyre, London, 1?87 November 4

(a.n.s., 1p. 837E)


Box 34 Lodge, Henry Cabot to Charles Belden, Washington, 1921 June 6, 1921

(t.l.s., 1p. Gift of Charles Haywood, 1985)


Box 34 Logue, Christopher, Patrocleia: Book XVI of Homer's Iliad freely adapted into English verse, London,, 1961

(a.ms.s., 59p. (notebook; partly corrected carbon copies, clippings, etc.) Gift of Rosemarie Bletter, 1978)


Box 34 Loisel, Gustave to "Mon cher Maître, n.p., 1912 December 9, 1912

(a.l.s., 3p.)


Box 34 Loisel, Gustave to Jean Octave Edmond Perrier, Paris, 1912 July 28, 1912

(a.l.s., 2p.)


Box 34 Loisel, Gustave to Jean Octave Edmond Perrier, Paris, 1912 July 21, 1912

(a.l.s., 3p., prospectus for Loisel's book "Histoire de ménageries de l'antiquité a nos jours" enclosed)


Box 34 Loisel, Gustave to Jean Octave Edmond Perrier, Paris, 1912

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 34 Loisel, Gustave to Jean Octave Edmond Perrier, Vernon, France, 1914 November 5, 1914

(a.l.s., 2p.)


Box 34 Loisel, Gustave to Jean Octave Edmond Perrier, Paris, 1916 January 20, 1916

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 34 Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, n.p., undated

(a.n.s.)


Box 34 Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, autograph (endorsement on check), 1856 November 17, 1856

(Gift of Donald L. Clark, June 1939)


Box 34 Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, Cambridge, Mass., 1858 May 25, 1858

(a.l.s., 4p.)


Box 34 Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, Rome, 1868 January 4, 1868

(a.n.s., 1p. From: Benjamin 812.11.H67)


Box 34 Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth to Cora L. D'Arcy, Cambridge, Mass., 1877 April 4, 1877

(a.l.s., 2p., with envelope 45-27040)



Box 81 Folder 9 Longworth, Alice Roosevelt Letters (2) to Robert L. Gale, 1974



Box 34 Lörch, Walter to Hansi Hermann, Munich, 1949 February 10, 1949

(a.l.s., 3p. Transferred from Bibliographical Control, 1984)


Lörch, Walter, Donauraum und Donauschiffahrt, Belgrade, 1948 July 30, 1948

(t.ms.s., [2], 102, IIIp. (carbon; bound; t.n.s. tipped in to front end paper, dedication to Grayson Kirk by the author, Regensburg, Germany, 1953 November ) Transferred from Bibliographical Control, 1984)


Box 34 "Memorandum fur die Donauschiffahrts-konferenz in Belgrad am 30.Juli 1948 von Professor Dr. Walter Lörch.", 1948



Box 68 Lorraine, Emily V. Group of letters, clippings, printed item re. Jews World War I and flax.



Box 34 Lorwin, Lewis, Lecture on Economic Controls, n.p., 1943 February 1, 1943

(t.ms., 38p.)


Box 34 Loscun de Kiscau, Abbé de to Monsieur, Leghorn, Italy, 1783 April 30, 1783

(a.l.s., 2p. Gift of Jacques Barzun, 1965)


Box 34 Lossing, Benson J. to Helen R. M. Lossing, Dover Plains, N.Y., 1886 March6, 1886

(a.l.s., 3p., with envelope Gift of Seven Gables Bookshop, 1971)


Box 34 Lott, Johannis E., Flatbush, N.Y., 1798 May 1, 1798

(p.d.s., 1p. (bond, completed in ms.) Gift of Mrs. Russell V. Cruikshank, 1962)


Box 34 Lott, Johannis E., Flatbush, N.Y., 1798 May 1, 1798

(p.d.s., 1p. (bond, completed in ms.) Gift of Mrs. Russell V. Cruikshank, 1962)


Box 34 Lott, Johannis E., Flatbush, N.Y., 1812 June 22, 1812

(a.d.s., 7p. (will, signed by William Livingston) Gift of Mrs. Russell V. Cruickshank, 1962)


Box 34 Lott, John A., New York, 1831 July 18, 1831

(p.d.s., 2p. (certificate of admission of John Lott as counselor in Chancery of New York, completed in ms.) Gift of Mrs. Russell V. Cruickshank,1962)


Box 34 Louis d'Orleans, Claremont, Esher, 1863 May 17, 1863

(a.l.s., 3p.)


Box 34 Lounsbury, Thomas Raynesford, Bristol, UK, 1906 August 6, 1906

(a.l.s., 2p.)


Box 34 Lover, Samuel to Jarvis Hudson, Esq., London, undated

(a.l.s., 2p.)


Box 34 Low, Isaac to Nicholas Low, London, 1784 July 7, 1784

(a.l.s., 2p. 01586H)


Box 34 Lowell, James Russell to N. Trübner, London, 1884 January 5, 1884

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 34 Lowell, James Russell to H.H. Barrett, M.S. O'Donnell, and C. Gardiner, Boston, 1889 February 19, 1889

(a.l.s., 2p. 2293B(Rare Book)-3/9/94)


Box 34 Lowndes, Arthur to Mr. Hooper, New Yorkm 1901 February 13, 1901

(l.s., 2p.)


Box 34 Lubbock, Sir John, baron Avebury to Harold Cox, London, 1900 March29, 1900

(a.l.s., 2p.; with accompanying picture Gift of the Vanderlip Family, 1968)


Box 34 Lungers, Fran. F. von to Herrn Hart, 1881 March11, 1881

(a.n.s.)


Box 34 Lunsford, Bascom Lamar to Henry W. Wells, Leicester, N.C., 1941 May 1941, 1941, May 1941

(t.l.s., 1p. Gift of Henry W. Wells, 1961)


Box 34 Lunsford, Bascom Lamar to Henry W. Wells, Asheville, NC, 1941 11 August, 1941

(a.l.s., 1p. Gift of Henry W. Wells, 1961)


Box 34 Lunsford, Bascom Lamar to Henrey W. Wells, Leicester, NC, 1942 January 23, 1942

(t.l.s., 1p. Gift of Henry W. Wells, 1961)


Box 34 Lussan, Zelie de to Ferranti, New York, 1881 July 7, 1881

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 34 Lyell, Charles to Joseph Leidy, Burlington, 1853 June 26, 1853

(a.l.s., 3p. Gift of the Medical Library)


Box 34 Lyon, Hastings to Mr. and Mrs. Harry G. Friedman, New York, 1929 December 14, 1929

(a.l.s., 1p. Gift of Harry G. Friedman, 1962)


Box 34 Lytton, Edward George Earle Lytton Bulwar-Lytton, "(After the general reconciliation)Richelieu," n.p., 1839

(a.d., 4p. Gift of the Vanderlip Family, 1968)



Box 35 McAdo, William Gibbs to Ira E. Bennett, Washington, 1914 November 18, 1914

(t.l.s., 1p. 19457P)


Box 35 McAllister, John A. to Rev. James Freeman Clarke, Philada, 1864 February21, 1864

(a.l.s., 2p. Removed from: Tyng, D., our country's troubles, 1856)


Box 35 McArthur, Charles and Hecht, Ben, Twentieth Century, n.p., undated

(movie script, 150p.)


Box 35 Macauley, Thomas Babington to Adolphus, Albany, undated

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 35 Macauley, Thomas Babington, Baron Macauley to J.R. Thompson, London, 1851 May 17, 1851

(a.l.s., 2p.)


Box 35 Macauley, Thomas B., Autograph

(837B)


Box 35 McCartee, Peter, New York, 1818 November 20, 1818

(Doc., 3p., insurance policy)


Box 35 McCartee, Peter, New York, 1826 December 1, 1826

(a.d., 1p., receipt; signed by R.B. Burdick)


Box 35 McCartee, Peter, New York, 1827 November 19, 1827

(doc., 2p., insurance policy)


Box 35 McCartee, Peter et al vs. Pierre and Elizabeth Teller, New York, 1830 September 7, 1830

(ms.doc., 2p., statement of cost of eight suits, signed by Robert Bogardus, Judge)


Box 35 McCarthy, Eugene Joseph to Paul J. Bonom, Washington, DC, 1968 June 17, 1968

(t.l.s., 1p. Gift of Paul J. Bonom, 1972)


Box 35 McCarthy, Eugene Joseph to Paul J. Bonom, Washington, DC, 1968 October 29, 1968

(t.l.s., 1p. Gift of Paul J. Bonom, 1972)


Box 35 McCauley, J.A. to Elliot Woodward, Baltimore, 1866 April 23, 1866

(a.l.s., 1p. Laid in hisCharacter and Services of Abraham Lincoln--1865. B973.701.M128)


McCook, R. Sheldon

(for other McCook material see microfilm of the McCook Papers)


Box 35 to Commander S.C. Rowan, Off Newbern, NC, 1862 March19, 1862

(a.l.s., 4p., Photostat)


Box 35 Outline of the career of R.S. McCook

(typescript carbon, 1p.)


Box 35 McCormick, Anne O'Hare, Speech on the observance of United Nations Day, Boston, 1950 October 24, 1950

(t.m., 16p. Gift of Jacques Barzun)


Box 35 McCoskry, Samuel Allen to L. Loune, Detroit, 1875 December 16, 1875

(a.l.s., 1p. 09523F)


Box 35 MacDonald, George to Mr. Charles, Hammersmith, England, 1868 October 11, 1868

(a.l.s., 4p. 293-46234C)


Box 35 MacDonald, George to Charles Warren Stoddard, Hastings, England, 1870 December 15, 1870

(a.l.s., 3p. 293-46234C)


Box 35 MacDonald, George to Joseph Chamberlain, London, 1872 July 15, 1872

(a.l.s., 1p. 35429E)


Box 35 MacDonald, George to Joseph Chamberlain, London, 1872 July 22, 1872

(a.l.s., 1p. 35429E)


Box 35 MacDonald, George to Joseph Chamberlain, Liverpool, 1872 December 22, 1872

(a.l.s., 3p. 35429E)


Box 35 MacDonald, George, n.p., n.y. November 17

(a.l.s., 1p. 37118E)


Box 35 MacDonald, Greville to Mrs., Haslemere, UK, 1924 May 30, 1924

(t.l.s., 2p. Removed from B825 M14/BM)


Box 35 MacDonald, James Ramsay to Miss Garriques, London, 1931 November 20, 1931

(t.l.s., 1p., with envelope Gift of Peter Grimm, 1977)


McDowell, William Anderson from Board of Missions, General Assembly, Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, 1829 February25-July 29, 1829

(2 p.l. B071/N486 v. 19, 1816)


Box 35 Addressed to Rev. McDowell, Charleston, S.C.; McDowell was the owner of the New York Spectator; these letters were removed from his copy of the newspaper given to Columbia by his granddaughter.


Box 35 Mace, Frances L. to Elizabeth K. Churchill, Bangor, 1878 December 29, 1878

(a.l.s., 4p. Gift of James T. Kemp)


Box 35 MacGournery, J. The Mount, 1867 September 7, 1867

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 35 McGregore, Rebecca, Account book of the Bedford Cent Society, Bedford, Mass.,, 1819-1825

(a.ms., 12p. Gift of Prof. Joseph L. Blau, 1960)


Box 35 Machen, Arthur to Frank Hollings, London, 1929 January 3, 1929

(a.p.c.s. Gift of George M. Jaffin, 1975)


Box 35 McHenry, James, How to avoid war with France, War Office, 1797 April 29, 1797

(a.ms., 19p. Bancroft 50132E)


Box 35 MacKaye, Percy to Richard Wightman, Cambridge, 1923 January 8, 1923

(a.l.s., 1p., with envelope 03094P)


Box 35 Mackey, Harry A. to J. Bennett Nolan, Philadelphia, 1931 September 2, 1931

(l.s., 1p.)


Box 35 Mackie, John Milton to Messrs. Dix and Edwards, Warm Springs, Va., 1855 August 18, 1855

(a.l.s., 1p. 46454G)


Box 35 Mackie, John Milton to Messrs. Dix and Edwards, Wareham, Mass., 1855 October 8, 1855

(a.l.s., 2p. 46454G)


Box 35 Mackie, John Milton to Messrs. Dix and Edwards, Wareham, Mass., 1855 October 11, 1855

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Box 35 Mackie, John Milton to Messrs. Dix and Edwards, Wareham, Mass., 1855 December 3, 1855

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Box 35 Mackie, John Milton to Messrs. Dix and Edwards, Wareham, Mass., 1856 October 6, 1856

(a.l.s., 1p. 46454G)


Box 35 Mackie, John Milton to Messrs. Dix and Edwards, Wareham, Mass., 1856 October 17, 1856

(a.l.s., 1p. 46454G)


Box 35 Mackie, John Milton to Messrs. Dix and Edwards, Brattleboro, Vt., n.y. August 8

(a.l.s., 1p. 46454G)


Box 35 Mackie, John Milton to Messrs. Dix and Edwards, Brattleboro, Vt., n.y. August 18

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Box 35 Mackie, John Milton to Messrs. Dix and Edwards, Brattleboro, Vt., n.y. August 28

(a.l.s., 1p. 46454G)


Box 35 Mackie, John Milton to Messrs. Dix and Edwards, Wareham, Mass., undated

(a.l.s., 1p. 46454G)


Box 35 Mackie, John Milton to Messrs. Dix and Edwards, Wareham, Mass., n.y. October 6

(a.l.s., 1p. 46454G)


McLean, S.B.W.


Box 35 Hamilton Co., Ohio, 1870 December 14, 1870

(a.d.s. Warrenty deed)


Box 35 Hollingsworth, E.T. to Rufus King, Cincinnati, 1879 July 14, 1879

(a.l.s., 2p. (related to above deed))


Box 35 MacLeish, Archibald to W. Cabell Greet, New York, 1935 April 27, 1935

(t.l.s., 1p. Gift of Henry W. Wells, 1961)


Box 35 MacLeish, Archibald to W. Cabell Greet, New York, 1935 August 20, 1935

(t.l.s., 1p. Gift of Henry W. Wells, 1961)


Box 35 MacLeish, Archibald to W. Cabell Greet, Washington, 1939 October 9, 1939

(t.l.s., 1p. Gift of Henry W. Wells, 1961)


Box 35 MacLeish, Archibald to W. Cabell Greet, Washington, 1940 January 16, 1940

(t.l.s., 1p. Gift of Henry W. Wells, 1961)


Box 35 MacLeish, Archibald to W. Cabell Greet, n.p., 1940 February 13, 1940

(t.l., 1p. Gift of Henry W. Wells, 1961)


Box 35 MacLeish, Archibald to Henry W. Wells, Washington, 1941 July 12, 1941

(t.l.s., 1p. Gift of Henry W. Wells, 1961)


Box 35 MacLeish, Archibald to Henry W. Wells, Washington, 1942 May 19, 1942

(t.l.s., 1p. Gift of Henry W. Wells, 1961)


Box 35 MacLeish, Archibald, Kenneth Murdock, n.p., undated

(t.ms.s., 3p., with autograph corrections; photocopy)


Box 35 McMahon, John, Cork, Ireland, 1771 November 4, 1771

(p.d.s., 1p., indenture, singed by McMahon, John Webb, May or, etc.)


Box 35 Macready, William Charles to I, London, n.y. February9

(a.l.s., 1p. Gift of Jean Macalister)


Box 35 Macy, George to Arthur, New York, 1945 February26, 1945

(t.l.s., 1p.)



Box 36 Maginn, William to Fraser, n.p., undated

(a.l.s., 1p. Gift of Jean Macalister)


Box 36 Mahan, Alfred Thayer to D. Appleton & Co., New York, 1892 June 8, 1892

(a.l.s., 2p. Gift of Mrs. Noel J. King, 1962)


Box 36 Mahan, Alfred Thayer, Partial genealogy of Rear Admiral Alfred Thayer Mahan…by Robert Seager II, Baltimore, 1977 June, 1977

(t.ms., 8p., Xerox copy Gift of Robert Seager II, 1977)


Box 36 Mailer, Norman to Louis R. Rowan, Brooklyn, NY, 1963 November 5, 1963

(t.l.s., 1p. Gift of Louis R. Rowan, 1968)


Box 36 Malahide, Talbot de to Robert Edgar, Ireland, 1888 July 20, 1888

(a.l.s., 2p. Gift of Jean Macalister)


Box 36 Malasherbes, Chrétien Guillaume de Lamoignon to Monsieur, Paris, 1752 December 31, 1752

(a.l.s., 1p. 32065C)


Box 36 Maltby, Edward, Bishop of Durham, London, 1837 November 21, 1837

(autograph, franked envelope Gift of Jean Macalister)


Box 36 Manby, George William to Dawson Turner, Yarmouth, 1822 November 16, 1822

(a.l.s., 1p. Removed from: Manby, George W., Essai pratique et démonstrative sur les moyens de prévenir les naufrages…, Paris, 1827)


Box 36 Mann, H.E. to Mr. Parker, n.p., 1902 December 25, 1902

(a.l.s., 2p.)


Box 36 Mann, Thomas to Dorothy Brewster, Princeton, 1939 November 15, 1939

(t.l.s., 1p. Gift of Dorothy Brewster, 1954)


Manning, Henry Edward

(837E)


Box 36 To Mrs. Bishop, London 1881 February6, 1881

(a.l.s., 2p.)


Box 36 To, London, 1889 July 13, 1889

(t.l.s., 2p.)


Box 36 Manning, Henry Cardinal, Rome, 1864 March3, 1864

(a.l.s, 1p.)


Box 36 Manno, Gian Guiseppe, n.p., 1714 March23, 1714

(ms.doc., 1p.)


Mansfield, Michael J. to Francis Keally, Washington, DC, 1963 December 7, 1963

(t.l.s., 1p. Gift of Francis Keally, 1963)


Box 36 Includes a copy of Mansfield's eulogy on the death of President Kennedy)


Box 36 Marat, Jean-Paul

(autograph, facsimile, and Engraving)


Box 36 Marat, Jean-Paul, clippings and portraits of Marat and Charlotte Corday


Box 36 Marat, Jean-Paul, Clippings from newspapers and periodicals concerning Marat


Box 36 Marín, Guadalupe, Papers connected with the action for libel by Guadalupe Marin (former wife of Diego Rivera) against Knopf and Co.,, 1941

(Gift of Emilio R. Pineda, 1954)


Box 36 Markham, Edwin to Charles Warren Stoddard, Ballena, CA, 1889 April 12, 1889

(a.l.s., 5p. 43-50807)


Box 36 Markham, Edwin to John Ward Stimson, Brooklyn, 1900 December 25, 1900

(a.l.s., 2p. 17460P)


Box 36 Markham, Edwin to George C.D. Odell, Landing, NJ, 1906 August 17, 1906

(a.l.s., 2p.)


Box 36 Markham, Edwin to the Hon. John A. Stewart, West New Brighton, NY, 1911 September 17, 1911

(a.l.s., 1p. 04234H)


Box 36 Markham, Edwin to William Eleazar Barton, West New Brighton, NY, 1925 August 29, 1925

(t.l.s., 1p. Gift of Fernand R. Molina, 1992)


Box 36 Markham, Edwin to Czara Lash, New York, 1928 June 11, 1928

(t.l.s., 1p., (with envelope; postscript in author's hand; fragment of an a.l.s. possibly from Markham to Lash Gift of Czara Lash)


Box 36 Markham, Edwin to Henry G. Leach, West New Brighton, SI, 1935 January 3, 1935

(a.l.s., 1p. Bancroft 50195E)


Box 36 Markham, Edwin, Outwitted, Coblenz, undated

(a.ms.s., 1p., (poem) Gift of Robert Wilbur, 1962)


Box 36 Marquand, Allan to John Ward Stimson, Princeton, 1882 November 25, 1882

(a.l.s., 1p. 17460P)


Box 36 Marshall, Gertrude Weeks, Poems, Groveton, NH, 1925

(a.ms., 1v. (bound in blue cloth) Gift of Nicholas Murray Butler, 1935)


Box 36 Marshall, John to Samuel Greenhow, Richmond, 1809 October 17, 1809

(a.l.s., 2p., Photostat original in Mass. Historical Society Bancroft 30699E)


Box 36 Marshall, John to Charles F. Mercer, Richmond, 1827 April 7, 1827

(a.l.s., 3p., Photostat original in Boston Public Library Bancroft 30698E)


Box 36 Martin, S., 1829 July 7, 1829

(a.l.s., 3p.)


Box 36 Martinez de la Rosa, F, to Pascual Gallango, n.p., 1842 June 29, 1842

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 36 Martinique, Extrait d'un ecrit…, 1789 Februrary, 1789

(2p.)


Box 36 Martyn, Carlos to Mr. Hinton, Newark, NJ, 1892 February3 & May 18, 1892

(2 a.l.s., 2/2p.)


Box 36 Marx, Karl to Mr. Lewinston, London, 1886 June 2, 1886

(a.l.s., 1p., Photostat original letter at the New York Public Library From the Carman Papers)



Box 37 Mason, Gordon F. to Henry M. Walker, Monroeton, 1840 April 10, 1840

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 37 Mason, Gordon F. to Henry M. Walker, Monroeton, 1847 June 30, 1847

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Massingham, J.W., sketches of the Range Towns: a collection of papers by pioneers of the iron region

(Photostats Originals in the Minnesota Historical Society)


Box 37 1: McInnis, Neil, Early days on the Messaba Range


Massingham, J.W., sketches of the Range Towns: a collection of papers by pioneers of the iron region

(Photostats Originals in the Minnesota Historical Society)


Box 37 2: Tower, Minn. and Soudan


Massingham, J.W., sketches of the Range Towns: a collection of papers by pioneers of the iron region

(Photostats Originals in the Minnesota Historical Society)


Box 37 3: Tower, Minn.


Box 37 Masten, Cornelius, Miscellaneous documents (receipts, mortgages, etc.), 1815-1840

(43 pieces)


Box 37 Masten, Peter, Miscellaneous documents (receipts, mortgages, etc.), 1836-1852

(42 items)


Box 37 Masters, Edgar Lee, hip hung in free speech, n.p., 1924 November 17, 1924

(a.ms., 1p., ( poem; Xerox copy) original is pasted in the wilderness, New York, Sheldon Dick, 1933)



Box 72 Materialien: Gesetze, Verordnungen usw. zum Reich der Beschlagnahme des Privateigentum, 1915-1919

(Materials: Laws, Regulations etc. of the Reich for the Confiscation of Private Property, 1915-1919)



Box 37 Mather, Cotton to Thomas Hinkley, Boston, 1690 November 26, 1690

(a.l.s., 1p., facsimile)


Box 37 Mather, Increase

(autograph, facsimile of a receipt)


Box 37 Mather, Richard and others, to the Church at Roxbury, Boston, 1660 February24, 1660

(a.l.s., 1p., facsimile)



Box 77 Matthews. Brander. 3 ALS, 1 ANS, 1885-1903.



Box 37 Maugham, W. Somerset to Dorothy Brewster, Cap Ferrat, 1936

(a.l.s., 1p. Gift of Dorothy Brewster, 1966)


Box 37 Maugham, William Somerset to Albert Lewin, Yemasee, SC, 194? February9

(a.l.s., 1p. (Photostats; includes printed copy of Maugham's script for "The Moon and Sixpence"))


Box 37 Maurois, André to Mr. and Mrs. Jean Hallaure, New York, undated

(a.l.s., 1p. Gift of Audrey A. Boughton, 1996)


Box 37 Maurois, André to Mr. and Mrs. Jean Hallaure, New York, 1944 July 16, 1944

(t.l.s., 1p. Gift of Audrey A. Boughton, 1996)


Box 37 Maurois, André, La philosophie de Marcel Proust, n.p., undated

(a.ms., 1p. (essay) Gift of Audrey A. Boughton, 1996)


Box 37 Maurois, André, New York, 1944 April, 1944

(photograph, 9.5 x 7.5 in., signed inscribed to Alice and Jean Hallaure Gift of Audrey A. Boughton, 1996)


Box 37 Maurois, Simone de Caillavet (Mme André) to Alice Hallaure, New York, 1943 Februrary 25, 1943

(a.l.s., 2p., with envelope Gift of Audrey A. Boughton, 1996)


Box 37 Maurois, Simone de Caillavet (Mme André) to Alice Hallaure, Neuilly-sur-Seine, France, 1958 June 17, 1958

(t.l.s., 2p., with envelope Gift of Audrey A. Boughton, 1996)


Box 37 Max Miller, Friedrich to Liddon, Oxford, n.y. May 16

(a.l.s., 1p. 837E)


Box 37 May, Abby W. to Mrs. Hammond, Boston, n.y. October 3

(a.l.s., 2p. Gift of James T. Kemp)


Box 37 Howard, Simeon to Betsy May hew, Boston, 1791 August 2, 1791

(a.l.s., 5p.)


Box 37 Palmer, Polly to Betsy May hew, n.p., 1780 September 15, 1780

(a.l.s., 4p.)


Box 37 May ne, Robert Sawyer, On the declaration of war (poem), London, 1756 December 8, 1756

(a.ms.s., 1p., written onlarge sheet engraved with scenes of the war See: Flat)


Box 37 May o, Katherine to Albert Deitch, Bedford Hills, NY, 1934 March17, 1934

(a.l.s., 2p. Gift of Morris H. Saffron, 1978)


Box 37 Mazarine, Jules, Cardinal to Monsieur, Narbonne, 1642 April 15, 1642

(l.s., 2p. Removed from book of pamphlets on Mazarin in Special Collections Gift of S.P. Avery)


Box 37 Mazzei, Filippo to Scipione Piattoli, Pisa, 1803 July 3, 1803

(a.l.s., 2p., with typescript transcription Gift of Howard R. Marraro, 1966)


Box 37 Mazzei, Filippo to Thomas Jefferson, Pisa, 1811 February 13, 1811

(a.l.s., 4p., with typescript transcription Gift of Howard R. Marraro, 1966)


Box 37 Mazzini, Giuseppe to E. Felice Foresti, n.p., 1847 May 17, 1847

(a.l.s., 1p., on printed circular 09523F)


Box 37 Meagher, General Thomas F. to Col. John Mahoney, New York, 1865 July 17, 1865

(a.l.s., 4p)


Medill, John

(from Typographic Library)


Box 37 To "Friend" Briggs, Chicago, 1870 July 26, 1870

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 37 To A.A. Hill, Chicago, n.y. April 26

(a.l.s., 3.5p.)


Box 37 Meigs, Jane T. to Mrs. Mary C. Peet, Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, NY, 1839 January 24, 1839

(a.l.s., 4p. 24137F-1957)



Box 71 Meloney, Marie Mattingly. Scrapbook of condolence letters on the death of her husband.



Box 37 Menard, Edmond to Mrs. P. Menard, Asylum, 1827 May 4, 1827

(a.l.s., 1p. Gift of George G. Raddin, Jr., 1954)


Box 37 Menard, Pierre to Madame Menard, v.p., 1807-1809

(3 a.l.s. Gift of George G. Raddin, Jr., 1954)


Box 37 Mencken, H.L. to Sherwood Anderson, n.p., undated

(a.l.s., 1p. 17504F-Bancroft)


Box 37 Mencken, Henry L., What the people of American towns call themselves, Baltimore,, 1947

(t.ms., 47p., with corrections in the author's and editor's hands Published inAmerican Speech, October 1948 p. 161-84 Gift of Allen Walker Read)


Box 37 Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Felix, Leipzig, 1840 January 11, 1840

(a.l.s., 1p. Gift of Miss Alberta M. Welch, 1953)


Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Felix, Leipzig, 1841 March24, 1841

(a.l.s., 1p. Gift of Miss Alberta M. Welch, 1953)


Box 37 Petitioning aid for an ill and needy musician


Box 37 Mentelle, Edme, Paris, 1781

(a.l.s., 3p.)


Mercier, Vivian H.S. from various

(10 a.l.s. Gift of Vivian Mercier, 1951)


Box 37 From: Barrington, Mararet, 1941 April 25 & 29; Connolly, Cyril, 1945 Corkery, Daniel, 1943 June 11, 1946 April 6; Laughton, Freda, 1946 May 20; Marcus, David, 1946 October 7; O'Brien, Kate, 1943 January 18, 1945 September 3; O'Duffy, Cathleen, 1941 September 8, 1941, 1945, 1943, June 11, 1946, 1946, 1946, 1943, January 18, 1945, 1941


Meredith, George, London, before, 1895

(photograph, with signature on the verso Gift of Andreas Brown, 1971)


Box 37 An a.n. on the verso reads: "Taken with Oscar Wilde and torn by G.M. after Wilde Scandal, picked out of waste basket by secretary"


Box 37 Merrick, Leonard to Grant Richards, Eastbourne, England, 1903 March9, 1903

(a.l.s., 2p. Removed from Leonard Merrick, Conrad in quest of his youth, London, Grant Richards, 1903 Gift of Barnard College, 1975)



Box 75 Merton, Robert K. 1 folder of photocopies of letters and manuscripts, 1974-2003



Box 74 Merton. Thomas. 6 mimeographed typescripts by Merton and 2 letters from the poet Will Inman.



Box 37 Jansen, Jan to Frederick Albert Mettler, Oslo, 1969 March17, 1969

(t.l.s., 1p. Gift of Columbia University College of P&S, 1972)


Box 37 Meyer, George Axel to C.W. Folsom, New York, 1864 September 13, 1864

(a.l.s., 1p.)



Box 38 Mill, John Stuart to William Tait, London, 1834 July 7, 1834

(a.l.s., 3p. Gift of Harry G. Friedman, 1958)


Box 38 Mill, John Stuart to George Cornewall, London, 1837 November 24, 1837

(a.l.s., 4p. Gift of Emery E. Neff, 1841)


Box 38 Mill, John Stuart to George Henry Lewis, London, 1840

(a.l.s., 8p. Published in: Kitchell, Anna Theresa. George Lewes and George Eliot, a review of records. New York, John Day, 1933. P28-9. Gift if Emery E. Neff, 1941)


Box 38 Mill, John Stuart to George Henry Lewis, London, 1841 August, 1841

(a.l.s., 4p. Published in: Kitchell, Anna Theresa. George Lewes and George Eliot, a review of records. New York, John Day, 1933. P37. Gift if Emery E. Neff, 1941)


Mill, John Stuart, footnote for An Examination of Sir William Hamilton's Philosophy, n.p., 1867

(a.ms., 1p. (draft for bottom half of footnote, p. 90, 3 ed., 1867 verso contains some financial accounts))


Box 38 Originally laid in J.S. Mill. Autobiography (a.ms.) (x192M59/BM20)


Box 38 Middleton, Stanley to John Ward Stimson, Paris, 1887 March17, 1887

(a.l.s., 3p. 17460P)


Box 38 Largissiereux to J.W. Mighels, Rouen, 1846

(2 a.l.s.)


Box 38 Millais, Sir John Everett to Rossetti, Brownworth, 1857 August 17, 1857

(a.l.s., 2p. 837E)


Box 38 Miller, Helen L. to Mr. Mosher

(2 a.l.s.)


Box 38 Miller, Henry to Roland Baughman, n.p., undated

(a.n.s., (installed) written on a promotional circular)


Box 38 Miller, Henry to George Reavey, Paris, 1937 November 7, 1937

(t.l.s., 1p. 03938E)


Box 38 Miller, Henry to George Reavey, Paris, 1937 December 1, 1937

(a.l.s., 1p. 03938E)


Box 38 Miller, Henry to George Reavey, Paris, 1938 November 10, 1938

(t.l.s., 1p. 03938E)


Box 38 Miller, Henry to George Reavey, Paris, 1938 November 13, 1938

(t.l.s., 1p. 03938E)


Box 38 Miller, Henry to Roland Baughman, Big Sur, California, 1952 May 17, 1952

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 38 Perlès, Alfred to George Reavey, Paris, 1937 November 19, 1937

(t.l.s., 1p. 03938E)


Box 38 Miller, Joaquin to Mr. Niles (Robert Bros.), Cleveland, Ohio, 1872 October 22, 1872

(a.l.s., 1p. Bancroft-7494F)


Box 38 Miller, Joaquin to Mrs. Fry, n.p., 1882 January 1, 1882

(a.l.s., 1p. Bancroft-45077F)


Box 38 Miller, Joaquin to Mr. Niles (Robert Bros.), New Orleans, 1884 December 20, 1884

(a.l.s., 1p. Bancroft-7494F)


Mills, C.W., Listen Again, Yankee, n.p., 1961

(t.ms., 45p. Gift of John Riddell, 1992)


Box 38 Interview with Mills conducted in 1961 on behalf of a predecessor of Pathfinder Press; It was intended as a sequel to Mills' Listen, Yankee, published in 1960., 1961


Box 38 Mills, Isaac to Samuel B. Ruggles, Colchester, 1824 July 1, 1824

(a.l.s., 1p. 59-18082G)


Box 38 Milton, John, Songs Set for a Mask presented at Ludlo Castle, before the Earl of Bridgewater Lord President of the Marches by Henry Lawes, 1634 October, 1634

(a.ms., 4p. (Photostats from the British Museum) Note: Songs from Comus)


Box 38 Milton, John, Carolo Dato Patricio Florentino, London, 1647 April 21, 1647

(a.ms., 7p. (Photostat, 8p.) Gift of Donald L. Clark, 1944)


Box 38 Milton, John, Ad liveras suas nobillissime Hermanne…, London, 1657 January 2, 1657

(a.ms.s., 1p. (Photostat, 2 copies) Gift of Donald L. Clark, 1944)


Box 38 Milton, John, Carolo Dato Patrico Florentino, London, 1647

(a.ms., 2p. (Photostat) Gift of Donald L. Clark, 1944)


Box 38 Miramon, Miguel to Juan Manuel Jauregui, Querétaro, 1858 August 29, 1858

(a.l.s., 4p)


Box 38 Mistral, Frédéric to Mr. Lucy de Montigny, Maillane, Fr., 1862 November 1, 1862

(a.l.s., 3p. 52094C)


Box 38 Mistral, Gabriela from Pierrot, Draguignan, France, & n.p., 1915-1918

(1 a.p.c.s. & 2 a.l.s., with three related items and envelope)


Mitchell, Donald Grant

(Gift of Trautman)


Box 38 Edgewood, 1878 January, 1878

(a.n.s.)


Box 38 n.p., 1902 May, 1902

(a.n.s.)


Box 38 Mitchell, Donald Grant to William Vaughan Moody, n.p., 1904 August 12, 1904

(a.l.s., 2p. Gift of Trautman)


Box 38 Mitchell, J.D. to C.B. Currier, Ralston, PA, 1866

(6 a.l.s.)


Box 38 Mitchell, Grant to Adeline Moffatt, n.p., undated

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 38 Mitchell, Landon Elwyn to Richard Henry Stoddard, New York, 1894 May 10, 1894

(a.l.s., 3p. Gift of Lionel S. Reiss, 1978)


Box 38 Mitchell, Landon Elwyn to Richard Henry Stoddard, New York, 1894 May 22, 1894

(a.l.s., 2p. Gift of Lionel S. Reiss, 1978)


Box 38 Mitchell, Silas Weir to Judge Read, Philadelphia, 1869 July 1, 1869

(a.d.s., receipt)


Box 38 Mitchell, Silas Weir to Susan, n.p., undated

(a.n.s., 1p., on card)


Box 38 Mitchill, Samuel Latham to Smith Thompson, Secretary of Navy, n.p., undated

(a.l.s., 1p. Bancroft-48153D (Medical))


Box 38 Mitchill, Samuel Latham to Robert Livingston, Washington, 1806 January 30, 1806

(a.l.s., 4p., with two typewritten transcription Sevengables-38195B, 1947)


Box 38 Moeller, Philip, Diary of travels abroad: excerpt, Kilkee, 1907 September 7, 1907

(t.ms., 4p., carbon copy Gift of MRs. Hannah Moeller, 1960 FebruaryOriginal in the New York Public Library)


Mohrhardt, Foster Edward to Gerald McDonald, Ann Arbor, Mich., 1936 May 22 & July 1, 1936

(2 t.l.s., with a.n.s. appended to each letter Gift of Robert W. Evans, 1980)


Box 38 Re: William Warner Bishop and titles for inclusion in A List of books for junior college libraries, 1937


Box 38 Momaday, Navarre Scott to "Miss Moonan," Berkeley, CA, 1969 July 30, 1969

(a.l.s., 1p. Gift of Steve Roday, 1972)


Box 38 Monroe, Harriet to Henry Van Brunt, Chicago, 1891 February 17, 1891

(a.l.s., 4p., with envelope Laid in her Valeria B812 M75 Y)


Box 38 Monroe, Harriet to Henry Van Brunt, Chicago, 1897 February3, 1897

(a.l.s., 3p. Laid in her Valeria B812 M75 Y)


Box 38 Monroe, Harriet, From the Dark (poem), n.p., 1891 February2, 1891

(a.ms.s., 3p. Laid in her Valeria B812 M75 Y)


Box 38 Monroe, Harriet, A Dancing Song (poem), n.p., undated

(a.ms.s., 1p. Laid in her Valeria B812 M75 Y)


Box 38 Montfort, Manuel de to Juan Facundo Cavallero, Valencia, 1797 April 29, 1797

(a.l.s., 6p.)


Box 38 Montgomery, Robert, London, undated

(a.l.s., 2p. 41-11-21M7)


Box 38 Mookerji, Radha Kumud, The Problems of Minorities and Its International Solution, n.p.,, undated

(t.ms., 8p.)


Box 38 Moore, Clement and Hay, John, New York, 1830 September 23, 1830

(p.a.d., 2p., mortgage Gift of Frank T. Warburton, 1940)


Box 38 Moore, George H. to Mr. Fords, Lenox Library, New York, 1890 May 2, 1890

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 38 Moore, Henry, London, 1869 May, 1869

(p.l.s., 1p., signature printed; Moore writing as Resident Secretary of the British Horological Institute Gift of Mr. Myron Pleasure, 1971)


Box 38 Moore, Marianne to Louis Zukofsky, New York, 1928 March17, 1928

(t.l.s., 1p. 34947G)


Box 38 Moore, Marianne to Louis Zukofsky, New York, 1928 December 4, 1928

(t.l.s., 1p. 34947G)


Box 38 Moore, Marianne to Henry W. Wells, Brooklyn, 1941 December 25, 1941

(t.l.s., 1p. Gift of Henry W. Wells, 1961)


Moore, Merrill, Citation to Accompany the Award of the Bronze Star Medal, Hollandia, New Guinea, 1944 November 16, 1944

(p.d., 2p. Gift of Ralph Thompson, 1963)


Box 38 Mimeographed order from the Headquarters XIV Corps, United States Army; inscribed by Merrill Moore, "Hollandia New Guinea" on first page


Box 38 Moore, Merrill, Riposte, n.p., 1949

(t.m. (poem), 1p., carbon)


Box 38 Moore, Nicholas to James Kirkup, London, 1945 April 10, 1945

(t.l.s., 1p. 34947G)


Box 38 Moore, T. to Thomas Davison, n.p., 1829 March26, 1829

(a.l.s., 1p. Gift of Jean Macalister)


Box 38 Moore, William, New York, 1806 Ovtober, 1806

(2 a.d.s., bills made out to Timothy Green 59-18082G)


Box 38 Moore, William to Irwin Edman, Gloucester, England, 1946 December 18, 1946

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 38 Moore Family, letters from Mrs. Charles Halsey Moore and Gertrude Tredwell Sackett regarding the Moore family genealogy

(3 pieces)


Box 38 More, Hannah to Miss Anne (Mrs. Hare, Berleywood, 1817 April 8, 1817

(a.l.s., 4p.)


Box 38 More, Hannah to Mr. Cadell, Esq., n.p., 1778 February26, 1778

(a.d.s., receipt)


Box 38 More, Hannah, n.p., n.y. November 10

(a.l.s., 2p. Gift of Jean Macalister)


Box 38 Moritt, Pedro to J.C. Green, New York, 1892 April 15, 1892

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 38 Morley, John, and Viscount Morley of Blackburn to Mr. Beal, Putney, England, 1880 April 1, 1880

(a.l.s., 3p. Gift of the Vanderlip Family, 1968)


Box 38 Morris, George Pope to Fitz-Greene Halleck, New York, n.y. May 18

(a.l.s., 1p. 2293B (Rare Book)-3/9/94)


Box 38 Morris, George Pope, Boat Song, n.p., undated

(a.ms., 1p. (poem; with cut-out signature pasted at end: "Geo. P. Morris, Jany 18.54" . 2293B (Rare Book)-3/9/94)


Morris, George Pope, New York, 1837 September, 1837

(a.d.s., 1p. 2293B (Rare Book)-3/9/94)


Box 38 Draft contract between Morris and Nathaniel Parker Willis agreeing to pay Willis $1,000 for his journalistic work for one year; draft is in the hand of G.P. Morris


Box 38 John Johnson's Son to James Morrison, New York, 1841-1842

(6 a.l.s.)


Box 38 Lamb, James L. to James Morrison, Alton, 1842 March25, 1842

(a.l.s., 1p., with draft of the reply on the reverse)


Box 38 Morrison, James, Belfast, 1842 October 29, 1842

(a.d.s., 1p., bill)


Box 38 Morse, Grace to Donald Adams, New York, 1939 June 15, 1939

(typescript carbon, 1p.)


Box 38 Morse, Grace from Cape Jonathan Ltd., London, 1939 June 16, 1939

(t.l.s., 1p)


Box 38 Morse, Jedidiah, Boston, 1819 March13, 1819

(a.d.s., 3p., contract with West, Richardson, and Lord, Publishers, for publication of Morse's Abridged Geography 00919G)


Box 38 Morse, Jedidiah, Washington City, 1820 December 18, 1820

(a.l.s., 1p. Gift of Miss Rosemary Ames, 1969)


Box 38 Moses, Alfred Joseph to George Frederick Kunz, New York, 1885 June 17-November 23, 1885

(7 a.l.s., 02765M)


Box 38 Moulton, Louise Chandler to Editor of The Writer, Boston, 1902 March20, 1902

(a.l.s., 1p. Bancroft-1947E)


Box 38 Moylan, Jasper to Arthur Jones, n.p., 1797 January 22, 1797

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 38 Mozley, John R. to Charles Feleky, Leeds, 1911 June 24, 1911

(a.l.s., 4p.)


Box 38 Mumford, Lewis to George Whicher, Long Island City, 1929 March31, 1929

(a.l.s., 2p. Gift of Mrs. George F. Whicher, 1965)


Box 38 Mumford, Samuel to Captain Curry, n.p., 1823 November 21, 1823

(a.l.s., 2p. 37423F-Bancroft)


Box 38 Muquardt, Charles to Moneeur H. Bossage, Bruxelles, 1852 Janvier 26, 1852

(a.l.s., 2p. Removed from: Muquardt-De la Propiete Litteraire international…Brussels, 1851)


Box 38 Murphy, Henry C. to Benson J. Lossing, Brooklyn, 1868 March30, 1868

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 38 Murphy, Henry Cruse to A.W. Griswold, Brooklyn, 1862 June 2, 1862

(a.l.s., 4p. 23637H)


Box 38 Murray, George Welwood to Allan Nevins, New York, 1940 February5, 1940

(t.l., 5p., copy)



Box 39 Napoleon I to Guillaume Thomas Francois Raynal, Ajaccio, Cors., 1793 June 6, 1793

(a.l.s., 2p., signed Buonaparte; with six related items; in leather slip-case)


Box 39 Napoleon I, Emperor of France to le Sieur de Beneveut, St. Cloud, 1806 August 10, 1806

(ms.n.s., 1p. (initialed note; with envelope) Gift of Herbert H. Lehman Transferred from Herbert Lehman Suite and Papers, 1984)


Box 39 Napier, Henry Edward to Sir Mordaunt Wells, n.p., undated

(a.l.s., 3p. 837E)


Box 39 Napoleon III, London, undated

(a.l., 1p.)


Napoleon III to Charles Beebe Stuart, Paris, 1854 April 1, 1854

(ms.l., 1p., signature in the hand of the writer; with envelope)


Box 39 Referring to the navel and mail steamers of the United States, 1853 by General Stuart, a copy of which he had presented to Napoleon., 1853


Box 39 Nason, Edna Selover, Metropolitan Museum (poem), New York, undated

(t.ms.s., 1p., inscribed to Mrs. Fausler Gift of Ray Trautman, 1975)


Box 39 Nast, Thomas A. from Lea Brothers and Co., Philadelphia, 1895 September 26, 1895

(1p.)


Neally, Mrs. Jane and D.H. Neally

(Bancroft-1388F)


Box 39 Louisa Ken., to "Dear Aunt", 1849 May 18, 1849

(a.l.s., 3p.)


Box 39 Neckar, Jacques, Le pariotisme, n.p., 1988

(a.ms.s., 1p, facsimile Gift of Mrs. Carlton J.H. Hayes, 1966)


Box 39 Neilson, George to D. McNaught, Glasgow, 1914 November 5, 1914

(a.l.s., 4p.)


Box 39 Nelson, Horatio, Viscount Nelson to William Anna Villettes, on board the Victory, off Toulon, 1803 August 31, 1803

(a.l.s., 2p. Gift of Jean Macalister, 1951)


Box 39 Nelson, Horatio, page from the log book of H.M.S. Euryalus with the famous words "England expects every man to do his duty"

(facsimile, 1p.)


Box 39 Neville, phoebe S. Gilmore (Mrs. Morgan La Fayette to William Neville, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1850 December 14, 1850

(ms.l.s. (copy, including signature, in the hand of Phoebe L. Oliver; with 3 related manuscripts in P. Oliver's hand, 2 printed items and a portrait of Phoebe Neville From the library of Dr. Frederick Hollick, 1900)


Newman, John Henry, Cardinal


Box 39 n.p., 1886 December 21, 1886

(a.n.s., 1p.)


Box 39 to Rev. I.F. Richards, Oxford, 1836

(a.l.s., 1p & photograph 837E)


Box 39 New Orleans, LA May or, New Orleans, LA, 1834-1842

(4 p.d.s., licenses)


Box 39 New York Society Library, Memoranda of Antiquities…, New York, 1834

(m.s., 2p., brief notes on significant events in the history of the library Transferred from Columbiana, 1978)


Box 39 Newman, John Henry Cardinal to Walford, Birmingham, 1856 August 12, 1856

(a.l.s., 2p.)


Box 39 Newton, A. Edward to Frederick Kirkland, London and Williamsburg, VA, 1935 April 21 and September 11, 1935

(2 p.c.s. 29451H)


Box 39 Nexö, Martin Andersen to Dorothy Brewster, Stenlöse, Denmark, 1940 April 30, 1940

(t.l.s., 1p. Gift of Dorothy Brewster, 1954)


Box 39 Nicholas of Russia

(specimen of handwriting and autograph, 837E)


Box 39 Nicholas, M. to "Dear Ed", Thompson, 1857 January 5, 1857

(a.l.s., 4p)


Box 39 Nichols, Robert to Mr. Newton, Cambridge, England, 1944 February4, 1944

(a.l.s., 8p., with t. transcript Removed from: Robert Nichols. Twenty Below. London, 1927 297-1/18/86)


Box 39 Nicholson, John, Philadelphia, 1789

(p.d.s., 1p, protest of non-payment of bond, completed ms. Gift of Mrs. Russell V. Cruikshank, 1962)


Box 39 Nicolson, Marjorie Hope to Elizabeth I. Horton, New York, n.d., t.l.s., 2p.

(also a photograph of MHN and Perry Miller taken at Breadloaf, 1938 Gift of E.I. Horton, 1991)


Box 39 Nicolson, Marjorie Hope to Elizabeth I. Horton, New York, n.y. June 16

(a.l.s., 2p. Gift of E.I. Horton, 1991)


Box 39 Nicolson, Marjorie Hope to Elizabeth I. Horton, New York, n.y. June 26

(a.l., 2p. Gift of E.I. Horton, 1991)


Box 39 Nicolson, Marjorie Hope to Elizabeth I. Horton, New York, n.y. July 29

(t.l., 2p. Gift of E.I. Horton, 1991)


Box 39 Nicolson, Marjorie Hope to Elizabeth I. Horton, New York, n.y. August 14

(t.l., 2p. Gift of E.I. Horton, 1991)


Box 39 Nicolson, Marjorie Hope to Elizabeth I. Horton, Princeton, NJ 1966 August 3, 1966

(t.l., 2p. Gift of E.I. Horton, 1991)


Box 39 Nicolson, Marjorie Hope to Elizabeth I. Horton, New York, 1968 August 5, 1968

(t.l., 2p. Gift of E.I. Horton, 1991)


Box 39 Nicolson, Marjorie Hope to Elizabeth I. Horton, New York, 1968 October 28, 1968

(t.l., 2p. Gift of E.I. Horton, 1991)


Box 39 Nicolson, Marjorie Hope to Elizabeth I. Horton, New York, 1968 October 30, 1968

(a.l.s., 2p. Gift of E.I. Horton, 1991)


Box 39 Nicolson, Marjorie Hope to Elizabeth I. Horton, New York, 1969 January 22, 1969

(t.l., 2p. Gift of E.I. Horton, 1991)


Box 39 Nicolson, Marjorie Hope to Elizabeth I. Horton, New York, 1970 July 29, 1970

(t.l., 2p. Gift of E.I. Horton, 1991)


Box 39 Nicolson, Marjorie Hope to Elizabeth I. Horton, New York, 1970 September 19, 1970

(t.l., 2p. Gift of E.I. Horton, 1991)


Box 39 Nicolson, Marjorie Hope to Elizabeth I. Horton, Rialto, CA 1971 February 15, 1971

(t.l.s., 3p. Gift of E.I. Horton, 1991)


Box 39 Nicolson, Marjorie Hope to Elizabeth I. Horton, New York, 1971 June 11, 1971

(t.l., 2p. Gift of E.I. Horton, 1991)


Box 39 Nicolson, Marjorie Hope to Elizabeth I. Horton, New York, 1971 June 23, 1971

(t.l., 2p. Gift of E.I. Horton, 1991)


Box 39 Nicolson, Marjorie Hope to Elizabeth I. Horton, Rialto, CA 1971 December 26, 1971

(a.l.s., 6p. Gift of E.I. Horton, 1991)


Box 39 Nicolson, Marjorie Hope to Elizabeth I. Horton, New York 1972 October 30, 1972

(a.l.s., 6p. Gift of E.I. Horton, 1991)


Box 39 Nightingale, Florence N.p., undated

(A.n.s., 1p., 837E)


Box 39 Nock, Albert Jay to Frederick Betz, Canaan, 1941 June 18, 1941

(a.l.s., 1p., Gift of Pratt Institute, 1967)


Box 39 Nock, Albert Jay to Frederick Betz, Canaan, Conn. 1943 December 14-29, 1943

(3 a.l.s., with 1 envelope, Gift of Rice Estes, 1980)


Box 39 Nolhac, Pierre de, n.d., Versailles

(a.l.s., 1p., 52094C)


Box 39 Nolhac, Pierre de, n.d., Versailles

(2 a.n.s., on calling cards, 52094C)


Box 39 Nolhac, Pierre de, Versailles, 1902 August 19, 1902

(a.l.s., 2p., 52094C)


Box 39 Nolhac, Pierre de, Versailles, 1911 February20, 1911

(a.l.s., 1p., 52094C)


Box 39 Nordhoff, Laura Whitehall (Cope) from Donald E. Sharp, Gift, t.d., California ca 1900 ?, 1900

(44p., memoirs, 2 letters encl., concerning the ms.), Donald E. Sharp 5/29/59)


Box 39 Norris, Frank, McTeague (p.170)

(1p., Autograph Ms., removed from the Argonaut Manuscript Limited Edition of Frank Norris's Works. 1928 Bancroft 4278G)


Box 39 Stubbs, William to HC Norris, Oxford, 1894 April 2, 1894

(a.l.s., 2p., from Plimpton 264.032 1545 STC 16040)


Box 39 Norris, Kathleen to Mrs. Arthur Vance, n.p., undated

(a.l.s., 1p., 00917H)


Box 39 Norlied, Emilia Fogelhlon to Mrs. Lemont Trausil, On board the Drottningholm, n.y., February4

(a.l.s., 6p., with envelope)


Box 39 North, Ernest D. to Dean Sage, New York and Summit, N.J.

(a.l.s., 3, 29449H)


Box 39 Norton, Charles Eliot to A.H. Dooley, Cambridge, Mass., 1883 March14, 1883

(a.l.s., 2p., with envelope)


Box 39 Norton, Charles Eliot to J.W. Chadwick, Cambridge, Mass., 1893 November 1, 1893

(a.l.s., 3p.)


Box 39 Norton, Charles Eliot, "I thank God…", Cambridge, Mass., 1895 February 11, 1895

(a.ms.s., 1p., quotation)


Box 39 Nourse, J.W. to Elizabeth K. Churchill, Newport, 1879 October 27, 1879

(a.l.s., 1p. Gift of James T. Kemp)


Box 39 Novoa, M. to Manual Carvallo, Chile?, 1843 October 20, 1843

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 39 Noyes, Alfred, Marjorie's Battleship (poem), n.p., undated

(a.ms.s., 1p.)


Box 39 Nye, Edgar W. to Mr. Freiberger, New Brighton, N.Y., 1890 November 21, 1890

(a.l.s., 1p.)



Box 68 Oakes, John B. ALS from Arthur Goodhart to John B. Oakes, 28 May 1936.



Box 69 Oakes, John B. TLS 11/6/1974 from J.B. Ozkes to Lenore C. Hauck



Box 40 O'Brien, Máire Mac Entee Cruise (Mrs. Conor Cruise) to R[udolph] Ellenbogen, Dublin, 1973 May 23, 1973

(t.l., 1p., signed by secretary; with envelope)


Box 40 O'Connell, Daniel, autograph Macroom, U.K., 1838 August 29, 1838

(franked envelope, Gift of Jean Macalister)


Box 40 O'Connell, Daniel, autograph, m.p.

(837E)


Box 40 O'Flaherty, Liam to Deirne, Dublin, 1926 November 17, 1926

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 40 Ogden, David B. to Edward King, New York, 1908 November 5, 1908

(a.l.s., 1p., for letter referred to see Gracie, Archibald to Alexander Hamilton March23, 1804)


Box 40 Ogden, Samuel to Mary G. Ogden, New York, 1826 January 2, 1826

(a.l.s., 1p., 24137F -- 1957)


Box 40 Omar Khayyam, Humorous parodies, copied chiefly from magazines and newspapers, n.p.,, undated

(t.ms., 64p.)


Box 40 Benson, Arthur Christopher, Rubaiyat (preface), n.p., undated

(t.ms., 4p.)


Box 40 Coley, Louis B., Rubaiyat of the Bowery (parody), n.p., undated

(t.ms., 8p.)


Box 40 Dooman, Isaac, Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, with notes, n.p., 1909

(t.ms., 37l.)



Box 81 Folder 16 Michelin, H. Cotton. To Francis Hunt, 17 May, 1934. 1 page, 17 May, 1934

This was removed from the book which was cataloged for the BookArt NC242.N528 1929



Box 40 Omar Khayyam, Three articles taken from magazines


Box 40 Onassis, Jacqueline Lee Bouvier Kennedy to Mr.& Mrs. Paul J. Bonom, printed card expressing appreciation for sympathy on death of John Fitzgerald Kennedy, n.p.,, undated

(with envelope, gift of Paul J. Bonom, 1972)


Box 40 Onassis, Jacqueline Lee Bouvier Kennedy to Paul J. Bonom, printed card acknowledging support for John F. Kennedy Library, n.p.,, undated

(Gift of Paul J. Bonom, 1972)


Box 40 Onderdonk, Henry Ustick to William Bull, Brooklyn, N.Y., 1827 June 1, 1827

(a.l.s., 1p., 09523F)


Box 40 O'Neill, Charles to George N. Tatham, Washington, D.C., 1867 February 19, 1867

(a.l.s., 2pp.)


Box 40 O'Neill, Eugene to Philip Moeller, n.d., New York

(a.l.s., 2p., Photostat, Gift of Mrs. Hannah Moeller, February 1960 Original in the New York Public Library)


Box 40 O'Neill, Eugene, Strange Interlude title page with dedication to Philip Moeller, New York, 1928 February 10,, 1928

(a.ms., 1p., Photostat, Gift of Mrs Hannah Moeller, February 1960 Original in the New York Public Library)


Box 40 Opie, Amelia, Hymn after a walk in spring, 1842

(ms., 1p., autograph, 837E)


Box 40 Orpen, William to Carroll Carstairs, London, undated

(a.l.s., 1p., (last page only?), Gift of Lionel S. Reiss, 1978)


Box 40 Orpen, William, "Myself, Hate, and Love", 11 November, n.p., n.y.

(a.ms., 2p., (poem), Gift of Lionel S. Reiss, 1978)


Box 40 Osgood, Herbert Levi, Manuscript page of the preface of the author's "The American Colonies in the Eighteenth Century", n.p.

(a.ms., 1p., 191-?)


Box 40 Osler, Sir William to Dr. Eliot, Baltimore, 1902-1903

(3 t.l.s., 1 a.l.s., (xerox copies; with 3 related letters))



Box 74 Otto Rank Centennial Conference, 1984--CDs



Box 66 Outram, General Sir James to Sir Mordaunt Wells, n.p., 1959 October 3, 1959

(a.l.s., 3pp., 837E)



Box 67 Owens, Rochelle Manuscript Poem "Solitary Workwoman"



Box 41 Paez, José Antonio, Authorization for Juan Purroi to negotiate with the United States or any other country for assistance in restoring civil order to Venezuela, San Tomás, Venezuela, 1848 January 24, 1848

(2 ms.d.s., (decree, 2 copies of the same text in different hands; also signed by Paez's secretary, Angel Quintero), transferred from Columbiana, 1978)


Box 41 Page, Thomas Nelson, "Our dead" (poem), n.p., undated

(a.ms.s, 1p., 04235H)


Box 41 Paget, Henry William, 1st Marquees of Anglesey to Hatchard, Hastings, 1987 November 25, 1987

(part of an envelope, franked)


Box 41 Paine, Albert Bigelow to Guy C. Bixler, New York, ca. 1900 March8, ca. 1900

(a.l.s., 2p.)


Box 41 Paine, John K. to Albert Shaw, Cambridge, Mass., 1899 January 31, 1899

(a.l.s., 2p., (with 1 p. fragment))


Box 41 Paine, John W., Troy, N.Y., 1893 March14, 1893

(a.l.s., 2p.)


Box 41 Palma, Tomas Estrada to J.M. Andreini, New York, 1896 January 26, 1896

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 41 Palma, Tomas Estrada to Joseph Manuel Andreini, New York, 1897 December 17, 1897

(a.l.s., 1p., Removed from: Velasco, Carlos de Estrada Palma, contribución histórica…1911., Gift of Casa Hispanica)


Box 41 Palma, Tomas Estrada to Claudio G. Mendoza, Matanzas, Cuba, 1906 October 10,, 1906

(t.l., 4p., (copy))


Box 41 -----


Box 41 Gelats y Durall, Narcisco to Joseph Manuel Andreini, Havana, 1906 October 10, 1906

(a.l.s., 1p., (cover letter for the Palma letter), Removed from: Velasco, Carlos de Estrada Palma, contribución histórica…1911 Gift of Casa Hispanica)


Box 41 Palmer, Henry to Walter B. Palmer, Brother, 1862 July 30, 1862

(a.l.s., 2pp.)


Box 41 Palmus, J.G. to Manual Carvallo, n.p., 1844 May 24, 1844

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 41 Parisi Family, Genealogical notes 16th & 17th centuries, Calabria, Italy

(Ms on paper, 3 pp., Gift of Harry G. Friedman 1995)


Box 41 Parker, Theodore to James Russell Lowell, Boston, 1848 August 2, 1848

(a.l.s., 2p., 2293B (Rare Book)-3/9/94)


Box 41 Parkman, Mary E. to "My dear Sir", Boston, 1855 January 5, 1855

(a.l.s., 4p.)


Box 41 Parloa, M. to Elizabeth K. Churchill, Boston, 1879 January 7,, 1879

(a.l.s., 1p., with note by Mrs. Churchill, Gift of James T. Kemp 1958)


Box 41 Parr, Samuel to Rev. Dr. Clarke, n.p., 178-? January 17

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 41 Parsons, Thomas W. to Marian Myers, Boston, n.d.

(a.l.s., 3p., 15995M)


Box 41 Pasteur, Louis, Paris, 1893 January 25, 1893

(a.l.s., 1p., Gift of Dr. Reginald Auchincloss (from the Chemistry Library))


Box 41 Paston, George, The Theatre of Life; a play in three acts, New York, 1933

(t.ms., 133p. each act paged separately, "Adapted from La Comedie du Bonheur of Nicholas Evreinoff & Fernand Noziere.")


Box 41 Patten, Stephen, Letters to Stephen Patten from Wilde, Samuel S. April 6, 1809 Cook, Amos J. March10, 1809 Odiome March27, 1796, April 6, 1809, March10, 1809, March27, 1796

(1 receipt, Boston, July 11, 1793 4 pieces -- see also White, William, 37423F -- Bancroft)


Box 41 Patrick, Mary Mills, Nasr-eddin Hodja, the Turkish Humorist, n.p., 192-?

(t.m., 27p., (anecdotes; translated from Turkish), From: Vanderlip)


Box 41 Paulding, James Kirke to Charles Stewart, Washington, 1838 July 31, 1838

(l.s., 1p., 56736G)


Box 41 Paulding, James Kirke to Charles Stewart, Washington, 1838 July 20, 1838

(a.l.s., 1p., 56736G)


Box 41 Paulding, James Kirke to Charles Stewart, Washington, 1838 November 20, 1838

(a.l.s., 1p., 56736G)


Box 41 Paulding, James Kirke to Charles Stewart, Washington, 1838 November 27, 1838

(a.l.s., 1p., 56736G)


Box 41 Paulding, James Kirke to Charles Stewart, Washington, 1838 December 7, 1838

(a.l.s., 1p., 56736G)


Box 41 Paulding, James Kirke to Charles Stewart, Washington, 1838 December 8, 1838

(a.l.s., 1p., 56736G)


Box 41 Paulding, James Kirke to Charles Stewart, Washington, 1838 December 15, 1838

(a.l.s., 1p., 56736G)


Box 41 Paulding, James Kirke to Charles Stewart, Washington, 1838 December 20, 1838

(a.l.s., 1p., 56736G)


Box 41 Paulding, James Kirke to Charles Stewart, Washington, 1839 January 8, 1839

(a.l.s., 1p., 56736G)


Box 41 Paulding, James Kirke to Charles Stewart, Washington, 1839 February4, 1839

(a.l.s., 1 p., 56736G)


Box 41 Paulding, James Kirke to Charles Stewart, Washington, 1839 March18, 1839

(a.l.s., 1p., 56736G)


Box 41 Paulding, James Kirke to Charles Stewart, Washington, 1839 April 29, 1839

(a.l.s., 1p., 56736G)


Box 41 Paulding, James Kirke to Charles Stewart, Washington, 1839 July 20, 1839

(a.l.s., 1p., 56736G)


Box 41 Paulding, James Kirke to Charles Stewart, Washington, 1839 July 16, 1839

(a.l.s., 1p., 56736G)



Box 81 Folder 11 Paz, Octavio To Donald Keene, 1957-1985

(6 t.l.s.; 4 a.l.s.; 1 postcard; 1 photograph)



Box 42 Peachan, Vt. Bachelors Club, Peacham, 1835 April 15, 16, 1835

(2 ms. doc.)


Box 42 Pearson, I.G.D. to David Hosack, New York, 1819 May 10, 1819

(a.l.s., 2pp., (signed also by Henry D. Sedgwich and Henry D. Sewall), Gift of the Medical Library -- 1957)


Box 42 Pearson, I.G. to Trustees of the College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, 1819 May 17, 1819

(a.l.s., 1p., (signed also by Henry D. Sedgwick and Henry D. Sewall), Gift of the Medical Library -- 1957)


Box 42 Peck, Bradford to Rev. C. Powers, Boston, 1907-1908 & undated, 1907-1908, undated

(3 a.l.s., (with 2 related printed items and 1 envelope), Gift of Arthur C. Holden, 1978)


Box 42 Peel, Robert to Lord Auchland, Whitehall, London, 1847 June 2, 1847

(a.l.s., 2pp., 837E)


Box 42 Peel, Robert to Mr. M. Sudin, London, 1862 July 1, 1862

(a.l.s., 3 pp.)


Box 42 Peet, Catherine to Mrs. Mary C. Peet, Albany, 1837 September 2, 1837

(a.l.s., 3pp., 24137F -- 1957)


Box 42 Peet, Catherine to Elizabeth B. Peet, Albany, 1837 September 22, 1837

(a.l.s., 3pp., 24137F -- 1837)


Box 42 Peet, Catherine to Elizabeth B. Peet, Albany, 1837 ? October 23, 1837

(a.l.s., 3pp., 24137F -- 1957)


Box 42 Peet, Catherine to Mrs. Mary C. Peet, Albany, 1837 ? December 11, 1837

(a.l.s., 3pp., 24137F -- 1957)


Box 42 Peet, Catherine to Maria M. Peet, journal kept at the Institution of the Deaf and Dumb, New York, 1842 ? December 19-31, 1842

(a. ms., 4pp., 24137F -- 1957)


Box 42 Peet, Catherine to Mrs. Mary C. Peet, Albany, 1838 January 14, 1838

(a.l.s., 3pp., 24137F -- 1957)


Box 42 Peet, Catherine to Maria M. Peet, Albany, 1838 ? March31, 1838

(a.l.s., 3pp., 24137F -- 1957)


Box 42 Peet, Catherine to Maria M. Peet, Albany, 1838 ? May 17, 1838

(a.l.s., 3pp., 24137F -- 1957)


Box 42 Peet, Catherine to Mrs. Samuel M. Noiton, New York, 1841 December 10, 1841

(a.l.s., 3p., 24137F)


Box 42 Peet, Catherine to Mrs. Mary C. Peet, Albany, 1842 January 15, 1842

(a.l.s., 3pp., 24137F -- 1957)


Box 42 Peet, Edmund C. to Mrs. Mary C. Peet, New York, 1838 November 30, 1838

(a.l.s., 2pp.)


Box 42 Peet, Edmund C. to Mrs. Mary C. Peet, New York, 1842 March23, 1842

(a.l.s., 2pp., 24137F -- 1957)


Box 42 Peet, Mrs. Mary C. to Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Norton, Saratoga, June 10, n.y.

(a.l.s., 3pp., 24137F -- 1957)



Box 77 Pegram, George.


Box 77 Enrico Fermi to Pegram, 1944


Box 77 Telegrams and circulars re. Manhattan Project, 1945


Box 77 Clippings re. atomic energy, 1945-1946.



Box 42 Peirce, Luis L. to Elizabeth K. Churchill, Cambridge, 1878 November 6, 1878

(a.l.s., 4pp., Gift of James T. Kemp)



Box 74 Pekar, Harvey. Collection contains the draft of a comic written by Harvey Pekar (and eventually drawn by Joe Sacco) about novelist Filipe Alfau as well as the comic book, Dark Horse presents Pink Tornado #104, in which the comic was published.



Box 42 Penn, William to the king of the Indians in Pennsylvania, London, 1681 August 18, 1681

(a.l.s., 1p., (facsimile; with printed copy)


Box 42 Penn, William, London, 1702 October 2, 1702

(a.d.s., 1p., (facsimile; declaration of non-interference))


Box 42 Penn, William, His seal and signature to the Penna. Charter

(2 copies, (facsimile))


Box 42 Penn, William, n.p., 1683 October 21, 1683

(a.d.s., 1p., (facsimile of land grant))


Box 42 Pennell, Elizabeth Robins to Mr. Grasberger, Brooklyn, 1926 September 18, 1926

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 42 Penn Yan, N.Y., Mortgages, receipts, notes for loans, etc., 1829-1839

(26 pieces)



Box 77 Penzer, N.M. editor, The Hindu Theater. Printed and manuscript material, including prospectuses, single pages, drafts, the texts of various sections (manuscript and typescript), correspondence, etc.



Box 42 Pepys, (Sir) William Weller, London, 14, February 1804

(a.d.s., 1p., (deposition of bankruptcy of John Phillips, also signed by Phillips), gift of Paul Oskar Kristeller, 1978)



Box 81 Folder 15 Perkins, Samule G. Prayer commemorating gift of Church Psalmody from his mother, Mary Perkins, on "the anniversary of my freedom". Boston, 14 December, 1836. 1 page, 14 December, 1836

This was removed from the book which was cataloged for the Book Collection: BV459.M31833g



Box 42 Perlés, Alfred to George Reavey, Paris, 1937 December 3, 1937

(t.l.s., 1p., 03938E)


Box 42 Perry, Edward Delevan to Nicholas Murray Butler, New York, 1934 October 5, 1934

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 42 Perry, Ralph Barton to Elmer R. Underwood, Cambridge, Mass., 1944 February9, 1944

(t.l.s., 1p., removed from: Book Arts Z232 Ov2 1943 P42 c.2)


Box 42 Peters, Arthur Anderson [i.e. Fritz Peters], Finistére (novel), New York [1948-1950]

(t.ms., 290p., (with corrections in ink in the author's hand), Gift of the author)


Box 42 Petofi, Sándor, Dicsoséges nagyurak [Pest?], 1817

(a.ms.s., 1p., (with a.n. on verso; poem), 293 -- 13 November 1986)


Box 42 Pezuela, Joaquim de la Lima to James Biddle, Peru, 1818 April 27, 1818

(a.l.s., 4p., 44-5182)


Box 42 Phelps, John J. to Mary Ann Phelps, New Haven, 1824 September 8, 1824

(a.l.s., 1p., 44668G)


Box 42 Phelps, William Lyon to A.K. Cook, Grosse Pointe, Mich., 1912 December 25, 1912

(a.l.s., 2p.)


Box 42 Philadelphia, Penna., Miscellaneous documents, 1790-1820

(26 items)


Box 42 Phillpotts, Henry, Bishop of Exeter to the Rev. D. Jenkins, Torquay, 1844 December 30, 1844

(a.l.s., 3pp.)


Box 42 Photography, Discussion of the use of iodine, etc. in developing pictures

(Ms., 3pp., Removed from: Daguerre, Louis -- Full description of the Daguerrotype process, N.Y., 1840)


Box 42 Piaget, Jean to Meyer F. Lieberman, Geneva, 1967 May 22, 1967

(t.l.s., 1p., (with translation & MFL's CV))


Box 42 -----


Box 42 Lieberman, Meyer F., Jean Piaget, Silkscreen portrait 10 x 10cm., signed

(No. 16 of 16 copies, Gift of the artist)



Box 81 Folder 23 Photograph of Horse-Drawn Fire-Fignting Wagon. Oswego, NY. Card



Box 42 Pickering, Timothy to Gorham Parsons, Philadelphia, 1797 June 17, 1797

(a.l.s., 1p., 293 -- 7.30.82)


Box 42 Pickering, Timothy to Henry William De Saussure, Philadelphia, 1799 January 29, 1799

(a.l.s., 1p., 293 -- 7.30.82)


Box 42 Piérola, N. de to T.C. Cretin, New York, 184-, February6

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 42 Pillsbury, Parker, Concord, 1864 March, 1864

(a.n.s., 1p., Bancroft -- 1947E)



Box 69 Pimsleur, Solomon. One service cd of audio files from Pimsleur collection: ""WNYC: Composer's Forum: World's Fair Solemn Prelude""



Box 78 Shakespearean sonnet cycle. Piano-vocal score. Manuscript score, bound.



Box 42 Pinchon, Joseph-Porphyre, photograph, 9 1/5 x 7 in., signed, inscribed to Alice Hallaure, photographed by V. Verdu in Paris, 1851 February, 1851

(Gift of Audrey A, Boughton -- 10/1/96)


Box 42 Pinero, Sir Arthur Wing to George Henry Payne, London, 1913 November 27, 1913

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 42 Theatre Royal, Manuscript Playbill, 1867 February 19, 1867

(Gift of Margaret and Richard Bancroft)


Box 42 Pleasants, George W. to Henry W. Bishop, New York, 1849 April 14, 1849

(Gift of William Rodger, 1964)



Box 77 PM A New Kind of Newspaper: Backknumbers and "The Battle of New York, 1940"



Box 43 Pohl, Josephine Pollett to Juliana Haskell, Brooklyn, N.Y., 1845 February27, 1845

(a.l.s., 4pp., from the library of Juliana Haskell)


Box 43 Pohl, Josephine Pollett to Juliana Haskell, Brooklyn, N.Y., 1945 June 19, 1945

(a.l.s., 4pp., From the library of Juliana Haskell)


Box 43 Pohl, Josephine Pollett to Juliana Haskell, n.p., 1845 June 23, 1845

(a.l.s., 4pp., From the library of Juliana Haskell)


Box 43 Pohl, Josephine Pollett to Juliana Haskell, n.p., 1945 July 29, 1945

(a.l.s., 3pp., From the library of Juliana Haskell)



Box 75 Polak, Emil. Letter from Neil Ker, June 18, 1982.



Box 43 Politas, Agapios, Document awarding the silver cross of the Knights of the Royal Order of Our Saviour to Agapios Politas, teacher and director of a girls school at Syros, Otto I of Greece, 1861 December 13, 1861


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Box 43 Greece, Ministry on Ecclesiastical and Educational Affairs, Letter Addressed to Agapios Politas accompanying the above document, 1862 January 15, 1862

(Gift of Carl Marks, 1954)


Box 43 Polk, James K., Hon. John H. Eaten, House of Rep., 1830 March8, 1830

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 43 Polk, James Knox, Washington, D.C., 1848 April 25, 1848

(p.d.s., 1p., (land grant to William Dodd of Iberville, La.; signed by proxy J.K. Stephens; on parchment))


Box 43 Pomare, Hariata, Queen of New Zealand, Aharana Akuhata, 1864 December 2, 1864

(a.l.s., 2pp.)


Box 43 -----


Box 43 To Queen Victoria, Auckland, 1864 August 27, 1864

(a.l.s., 3pp.)


Box 43 Poole, William Frederick and others, Chicago, 6, May 1896

(a.l.s., 2p., (carbon copy))


Box 43 Poole, William Frederick to F.J. Soldan, Chicago, 1887 July 15, 1887

(a.l.s., 2p.)


Box 43 Pope, Benjamin to Thomas Hess, Providence, 1789 January 11, 1789

(a.l.s., 1p., 37423F -- Bancroft)


Box 43 Pope, Alexander, An Inscription on a Groto of Shells: The Work of nine young Ladys, n.p.,, undated

(a.ms.s., 1p.)


Box 43 Popper, Hans E., I. Gleichstrommaschinen, II. Synchrommaschinen, III. Uniformer [Arynhaummaschinen?] Wahrelstrom Kommentator moteren Grundgleichungen, IV. Transformatoren Wicklungen Verechnung von Heukstrom, n.p.,, April 1914

(a.m.s., 112p.)


Box 43 Porter, Bern, Profile of Henry Miller In Bird Cape With California Mountain, n.p.,, 1944

(Printed broadside; signed by Porter)


Box 43 Porter, David Dixon to Virginia Farragut, Washington, 1881 April 7, 1881

(a.l.s., 4p., Gift of Mrs. Noel J. King, 1962)


Box 43 Porter, Jane to James Fraser, London, undated

(a.l.s., 1p., Gift of Jean Macalister)


Box 43 Porter, Noah to John Ward Stimson, New Haven, 1890 June 26, 1890

(a.l.s., 1p., 17460P)


Box 43 Potter, E.R. to C.S. Bradley, n.p., undated

(a.l.s. & encl., Gift of James T. Kemp)


Box 43 Potter, Henry Codman to John ard Stimson, New York, 1893 February28, 1893

(t.l.s., 1p., 17460P)


Box 43 Powell, Francis F. to George F. Kunz, Egham, England, 1924 January 16, 1924

(a.l.s., 1p., See: Streeter, Edwin for enclosure)


Box 43 Poynton, Arthur Blackburne, Isocrates; a public lecture…, Oxford, 1928 January 25, 1928

(t.ms., 12 l., (body of lecture in Greek, with corrections)


Box 43 -----


Box 43 Sadler, Michael E. to Nicholas Murray Butler, Oxford, 1928 January 30, 1928

(t.l., 1p., (copy))


Box 43 Poynton, Arthur Blackburne, Isocrates; a public lecture…, Oxford, 1928 January 25, 1928

(t.ms. 12p., (English translation))


Box 43 Prentice, Ezra Parmalee to Miss Richards, New York, 1939 March24, 1939

(t.l.s., 2p.)


Box 43 Prentiss, Sophia to Clarissa Prentiss, Portland, 1803 August, 1803

(a.l., 4pp., (end missing), Bancroft)


Box 43 Prentiss, Sophia to Clarissa Prentiss, Portland, 1803 February3, 1803

(a.l.s., 3pp.)


Box 43 Prentiss, Sophia to Clarissa Prentiss, Portland, 1799 October 12, 1799

(a.l.s., 4pp.)



Box 68 Prescott, Peter. Typed letter from Julian Symons to Peter Prescott, 2, December 1988



Box 74 Typed letter from Clifton Fadiman to Peter Prescott, September 4, 1987



Box 43 Prescott, William Hickling to Jona[than] Goodhue, Boston, Mass., 1838 April 21, 1838

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 43 -----


Box 43 Halleck, F[itz]-G[reene], n.p., 1839

(a.d.s., 1p., (receipt on a bond; pasted onto scrapbook page with above item), 09523F)


Box 43 Preston, William, New York, 1761 April 1, 1761

(p.d.s., 1p., (Bond, completed in ms.), Gift of Mrs. Russell V. Cruikshank, 1962)


Box 43 Prévost-Paradol, Lucien Anatone, n.p., undated

(a.l.s., 4p., 52094C)


Box 43 Prideaux, Sarah Treverbian to Avery, London, 1897 November 7, 1897

(a.l.s., 5p., Laid in her Historical Sketch of Bookbinding…London, 1893 Book Arts 017.6En P93 1893P)


Box 43 Prideaux, Sarah Treverbian to Amery, London, 1897 December 3, 1897

(a.l.s., 4p., Laid in her Historical Sketch of Bookbinding…London, 1893 Book Arts 017.6En P93 1893 P)


Box 43 Prideaux, Sarah Treverbian, London, undated

(a.d., 3p., (bill to Amery), (Seven photographs enclosed))


Box 43 Prince, John Dyneley, "Easter. 1938", New York, 1938 [April 17], 1938

(a.ms.s., 1p., (poem; inscribed "To Marion and Arthur" [Prudden Coleman]; signed "Dalebo Jonsson = J D Prince"), Gift of Mrs. Coleman, 1983)


Box 43 The Privateers Case, Ms. Doc. Ca., 1692

(3pp.)


Box 43 Prokosch, Frederic to Hugh Walpole, n.p., n.d.

(a.l.s., 1p. & photograph)


Box 43 Pulszky, Francis to Dr. Doran, London, 1853 May 23, 1853

(a.l.s., 2p.)


Box 43 Pumpelly, Raphael to Prof. Holmes, Dublin, N.H., 1888 June 10, 1888

(a.l.s., 2p., (copy), 47332G)


Box 43 Purnell, C.J. to G. Grigson, Esq., London, 1941 April 10, 1941

(L.s., 1p.)


Box 43 Pusey, Edward Bouverie, Oxford, undated

(a.n.s., 1p., 837E)


Box 43 Putnam, Clifford Winslow to William K. Palmer, New York, 1919 December 28, 1919

(a.l.s., 3p.)


Box 43 Putnam, Clifford Winslow to William K. Palmer, New York, 1920 May 29, 1920

(a.l.s., 1p., (written on the last page of a pamphlet on Archibald Robertson))


Box 43 Putnam, Clifford Winslow to William K. Palmer, Taormina, 1921 February6, 1921

(a.l.s., 3p., (with enclosure))


Box 43 Putnam, Clifford Winslow to William K. Palmer, Taormina, 1921 March5, 1921

(a.l.s., 3p., (with enclosure))


Box 43 Putnam, Clifford Winslow to William K. Palmer, Taormina, 1921 May 8, 1921

(a.l.s., 3p.)


Box 43 Putnam, Clifford Winslow to William K. Palmer, Cadenabbia, Italy, 1921 June 22, 1921

(a.l.s., 3p., (with enclosure))


Box 43 Putnam, Clifford Winslow to William K. Palmer, San Remo, 1921 December 7, 1921

(a.l.s., 4p.)


Box 43 Putnam, Clifford Winslow to William K. Palmer, San Remo, 1922 January 10, 1922

(a.l.s., 3p., (with enclosure))


Box 43 Putnam, Clifford Winslow to William K. Palmer, Cadenabbia, Italy, 1922 July 15, 1922

(a.l.s., 3p.)


Box 43 Putnam, Clifford Winslow to William K. Palmer, St. Moritz, 1922 August 28, 1922

(a.l.s., 3p., (with enclosure))


Box 43 Putnam, Clifford Winslow to William K. Palmer, Lausanne, 1922 September 19, 1922

(a.l.s., 3p.)


Box 43 Putnam, Clifford Winslow to William K. Palmer, Lausanne, 1922 October 24, 1922

(a.l.s., 3p.)


Box 43 Putnam, Clifford Winslow to William K. Palmer, San Remo, 1922 October 24, 1922

(Christmas card and photograph, 2 items)


Box 43 Putnam, Clifford Winslow to William K. Palmer, San Remo, 1922 December 17, 1922

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 43 Putnam, Clifford Winslow to William K. Palmer, San Remo, 1922 December 17, 1922

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 43 Putnam, Israel to George Washington, n.p., 1776 September, 1776

(a.l.s., 1p., (facsimile))


Box 43 Pyle, Howard to Editor of the Century Magazine, Wilmer, Del., 1897 March2, 1897

(a.l.s., 1p., Order no. 14599F, Order no. 14599F, Bancroft)


Box 43 Quaritch, Bernard to Robert Horwood, London, 1889 March6, 1889

(a.l.s., 2p.)


Box 43 Quaritch, Bernard to Robert Horwood, London, 1891 December 2, 1891

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 43 Quaritch, Bernard to Miss Church, London, 1892 September 9, 1892

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 43 Quaritch, Bernard, Miscellaneous materials

(3 items)


Box 43 Quennell, Peter to Deirdre Connolly (Mrs. Cyril Vernon), London, 1936

(a.n.s., 1p., (an IOU note written on Mrs. Connolly's calling card)


Box 43 Quinby, Charles to Lewis B. Woodruff, Orange, N.J., 1847 May 3, 1847

(a.l.s., 1p., 24137F -- 1957)


Box 43 Browning & Bushnell to Messrs. A.J. Mead & Co., Quincey, Illinois, 1850 February 11, 1850

(a.l.s., 3pp.)


Box 43 -----


Box 43 G. & E. Marsh Co. to Messrs. Holmes & Wood, St. Louis, Mo., 1842 September 16, 1842

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 43 -----


Box 43 Stine (?), Ivi B. to William Parsley, 1849 June 18, Memphis, Tenn., 1849

(a.l.s., 2pp.)


Box 43 -----


Box 43 R. Patterson & Co. to James H. Ralston Esq., Phila., 1841 April 29, 1841

(a.l.s., 1p.)


Box 43 Friel, James, Copy of a land grant James Friel in the state of Illinois, 1817 October 6, 1817

(February22, 1853)


Box 43 Quincy, Illinois, Miscellaneous manuscripts relating to, 1865-1880

(3 pieces)


Box 43 Wheat, A., Various documents relating to A. Wheat lawyer of Quincy, Ill.

(12 pieces)


Box 43 Wheat, A., Letters to A Wheat from:


Box 43 Seehora, James M., September 27, 1844


Box 43 Baskenstos, J.B., January 30, 1846


Box 43 Seehorn, James M., March23, 1846


Box 43 Kimball, J.M., September 30, 1846


Box 43 Quincy, E.S. to Professor Silliman, Boston, 1862 March18, 1862

(A.l.s., 4pp.)


Box 43 Quincy, Josiah, Cambridge, 1840 October 2, 1840

(D.s., 1p.)



Box 44 Radcliffe, William, London, undated

(a.l.s., 1p., ms. notes (accounts?) written on verso, from Seligman, 1840E R116)


Box 44 Ralph's Cerubs; a novel by [photograph of 2 women], n.p., 1881 Set in New York City & a rural village, the plot involved a kidnapping. The book's chief interest is in its description of the rustic amusements of American adolescents circa 1880. With nine original and contemporary photographs. Original stiff vellum wrappers., 1881

(a.ms., 167p. (bound volume of 214p.), 2293B (Rare Books)--7/19/94)


Box 44 Remée, Mordaunt Cordon to Professor I S. Blackie, Edinmouth, 1829 December 17, 1829

(A.l.s., 6pp.)


Box 44 Ramsay, William, London, 1910 September 27, 1910

(a.l.s., 2p., From the Chemistry Library, Gift of Dr. Reginald Auchincloss)


Box 44 Ramsden, Frederick