(navigation image)
Home American Libraries | Canadian Libraries | Universal Library | Community Texts | Project Gutenberg | Children's Library | Biodiversity Heritage Library | Additional Collections
Search: Advanced Search
Anonymous User (login or join us)
Upload
See other formats

Full text of "www.lamaktabah.net-fahess makhotat"

The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS65-1 
Brown, John, 1800-1859. 

Papers, 1814-1932, 87 items. 

In Atlanta University, Trevor Arnett library. 

Abolitionist. Chiefly correspondence, together with bonds 
written and signed by Brown, a sketch of the Haymaker 
Plot drawn by him, an order signed by Gen. Robert E. Lee, 
who imprisoned Brown, and two diaries and papers in a 
wallet of Judge Richard Parker, who sentenced him to 
death. Over half of the collection consists of Brown's let- 
ters (1826-49) to his business partner, Seth Thompson; a 
second large group of letters (1857-58) is from Franklin 
Benjamin Sanborn, friend and biographer, to Brown. In- 
cludes letters from Brown to his second wife, Mary Anne 
(Day) Brown, to his cousin, the Rev. Luther Humphrey, 
and to David Hudson land Mrs. George L. Stearns; and 
letters from Brown's sons, Jason, John, and Oliver Brown, 
his father, Owen Brown, and his uncle, Abiel Brown. 

Gift of Dr. John Hope. 



MS 65-2 
Jones, Arthur Gray, 1868-1929. 

Papers, 1890-1952. 10 ft. 

In Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary Library. 

Presbyterian minister. Correspondence relating to pas- 
toral duties at the First Presbyterian Church, San Antonio, 
Tex., and to personal business affairs. Includes information 
on the history of Presbyterian educational institutions in 
Texas. 

Gift of Mrs. Jones. 



MS 65-3 
Penick, Daniel Allen, 1869-1964. 
Papers, 1920-28. 2 ft. 

In Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary Library. 
Educator. Correspondence, diary, and printed matter 
concerning the Texas Presbyterian educational movement 
and the Synod of Texas' Committee on Schools and Colleges. 



MS 65-4 
General Assembly. 



Presbyterian Church in the U. S 

Committee on Dupensationalism. 

Records, 1942-49. 2 v. 

In Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary Library. 

Correspondence and exhibits dealing with dispensation 
alism. 



„_ v MS 65^5 

Presbyterian Church in the U. S. Presbyteries. Texas- 
Mesncan. 
Records, 1909-54. ca. 10 ft 

In Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary Library. 
Correspondence, minute books, account books, printed mat- 
ter, photos., photographic slides, and movie film relating to 
the Texas-Mexican Presbytery, particularly, 1950-54. 



MS 65-6 
Barflett, Truman Howe, 1835-1923. 
Correspondence, 1863-83. 55 items. 
In Boston Public Library. 

Forms part of the library's Mellen Chamberlain autograph 
collection. 

Sculptor and teacher of modeling in Boston, Mass. Let- 
ters to Bartlett from friends and contemporary American 
.artists, largely concerning art 
Index available in tie library. 
Gift of Mellen Chamberlain, 1893. 



MS65-7 
Cockerell, Sir Sydney Cariyle, 1867-1962. 

Correspondence, 1904-56. 112 items. 

In Boston Public library. 

Museum director at Cambridge, Eng. Letters to 
Cockerell, who was an authority on illuminated mss., re- 
lating to historical, artistic, and calligraphic matters. Cor- 
respondents include Bernhard Berenson, George Gordon 
Coulton, Georg Vitzthum von Eckstadt, Sir Herbert Grier- 
son, Richard Jennings, and Dam David Knowles. 

Index in the library. 

Purchased from Miss W. A. Myers, 1964. 

MS 65-8 
Curtis, Sir Roger, 1746-1816. 

Letters, 1809-15. 114 items. 

In Boston Public library. 

British naval officer and author. Letters from Curtis to 
John Wilson Croker (1780-1857), Secretary of the British 
Admiralty, essayist, and political leader, concerning naval 
matters. 

Index in the library. 

Purchased from Maggs Bros., 1948. 

MS65-9 
Dearborn, Henry Alexander ScammeD, 1783-1851. 

Correspondence, 1806-50. ca. 120 items. 

In Boston Public Library. 

Forms part of the library's Mellen Chamberlain autograph 
collection. ^~ ■■ 

Lawyer, political leader, and collector of the port of Bos- 
ton, Mass. Correspondence relating to family matters, poli- 
tics, engineering, and literary matters. Includes letters from 
Loammi Baldwin, civil engineer; Gen. Henry Dearborn ; and 
others. 

Index in the library. 

Gift of Mellen Chamberlain, 1893. 

MS 65-10 
RMeing, William Henry, 1853^1918. 

Letters, 1894-1918. 259 items. 

In Boston Public Library. 

Author, and editor of "Youth's companion." Letters from 
Rideing to William Morris Colles (1855-1926), English edi- 
tor and literary agent, concerning the marketing of literary 
properties on each other's behalf in their respective countries. 

Formerly part of the papers of William Morris Colles. 

Purchased from E. E. HalL 1964. 

MS 65-11 
Siuiman, Benjamin, 1779-1864. 

Correspondence, 1807-58. 78 items. 

In Boston Public Library. 

Forms part of the library's Mellen Chamberlain autograph 
collection. 

Naturalist, editor, and teacher, of New Haven, Conn. 
Correspondence pertaining to scientific and literary matters 
from American and European scientists and authors. 

Index in the library. 

Gift of Mellen Chamberlain, 1893. 

MS 65-12 
Townshend, George Townshend, 1st marquis, 1724-1807. 
Correspondence, 1767-93. 51 items. 
In Boston Public Library. 

British Army officer and Lord-lieutenant of Ireland. 
Correspondence relating to Townshend's position as Lord- 
lieutenant of Ireland and family affairs. Includes letters to 
Townshend from his sons while at school- 
List in the library and in the National Library of Ireland. 
Purchased from B. Quaritch, 1964. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 66-18 
Ward, Aaron, 1790-1867. 

Correspondence, 1813-52. 736 items. 

In Boston Public library. 

U. S. Representative from New York. Letters to Ward 
from friends, constituents, and contemporary political lead- 
ers, relating largely to State and national politics; and occa- 
sional drafts of replies. 

Type-written list and index in the library and carbon cop- 
ies of them in the Manuscript Divisions of the library of 
Congress and the New York Public Library. 

Gift of J. Gilbert Swift, Jr., 1964. 

MS 66-14 
De Casseres, Benjamin, 1873-1945. 

Papers, 1900-1945. 521 items. 

In Brooklyn Public library. 

Author, critic, and literary editor. 138 letters (1933-42) 
from Henry Louis Mencken, to De Casseres; and 383 let- 
ters and miscellaneous papers of late 19th and 20th century 
British and American authors. 

List of items in the library. 

Gift, ca. 1945. 

MS 65-15 
Bryher, Winifred, 1894- 

Letters, 1944-59. 64 items. 

In Bryn Mawr College library. 

British author. Letters to Mary E. Herr of Lancaster, 
Pa., chiefly relating to life in England and Switzerland 
during World War n and including many references to 
Hilda Doolittle. Several letters contain xb. notes by Hilda 
Doolittle. 

Gift of Mary E. Herr, 196L 

MS 65-16 
Nollet, Jean Antoine, 1700-1770. 

Correspondence with Etienne Dutour, 1742-70. 148 items. 
In Burndy Library (Norwalk, Conn.) 
Correspondence between Nollet, French abbe and physicist, 
and Etienne Francois Dutour (1711-1784) theologian and 
natural philosopher, relating to discoveries and scientific 
quarrels of the period. 
Pnrchase,ca. 1948. 

MS65-17 
Harrison, Wffliam Henry, Pret. V. &, 1778-184L 
Papers, 1794-1860. 1 box. 
In Cincinnati Historical Society collections. 
In part, photocopies (negative) of originals in the Henry 
E. Huntington library and the Library of Congress. 

Correspondence and miscellaneous documents relating til 
the Hamilton Co., Ohio, court system; Miami and Erie 
Canal; Harrison and Symmes families; and the War of 
1812 in the Northwest Territory, with emphasis on supply- 
ing the Army. 37 letters (1794-1839) are originals written 
by Harrison relating to personal and business affairs, Army 
requisitions, Indians, Ohio and national politics, and other 
topics of the times. Correspondents include Anna 
(Symmes) Harrison, John Cleves Short, and Micajah T. 
Williams. 
Indexed in card catalog in the repository. 
Gift and purchase. 

MS 65-18 
Powers, Hiram, 1805-1873. 

Correspondence, 1827-73. 773 items. 
In Cincinnati Historical Society collections. 
Transcripts (typewritten) made in 1937 of 51 original 
letters from Powers to Longworth owned by Clara Long- 
worth, Countess de Chambrun. 

Sculptor, of Ohio and Florence, Italy. Correspondence 
with residents of 19th century Cincinnati on such topics as 
art, artists, and IT. S. politics. Includes 51 letters (1829- 



61) from Powers to Nicholas Longworth. Other corre- 
spondents include Salmon Portland Chase, Miner Kilbourne 
Kellogg, and Thomas Buchanan Bead. 

Index and unpublished calendar in the repository. 

Purchased from Clara Louise Dentler, 1954. Formerly 
owned by Powers' descendants. 

MS66-19 
Colombia County (Pa.) Historical Society. 

Papers relating to Columbia Co., Pa^ 1900-64, ca. 2 ft 
(ca. 200 items) 

In Columbia County Historical Society collections 
(Bloomsburg, Pa.) 

Correspondence; diaries; account books of the Meyer 
Manufacturing Company (a drug firm) and of the Blooms- 
burg Railroad and Iron Company; unpublished papers of 
local regional historical writers; genealogical data; family 
histories; and records accumulated in 1936 by the local unit 
of the Federal Writers' Project, including recorded news- 
paper interviews relating to canals and lumbering. 

Gifts from various sources. 



MS65-20 
Huntington, William Reed, 1838-1909. 

Papers, 1862-1909. 34 v. and 18 boxes. 

In Episcopal Theological School library (Cambridge, 
Mass.) 

Episcopal clergyman, of New York City. Correspondence, 
sermons, addresses, lecture notes, and papers relating to 
prayer book revision, to Grace Church, New York City, of 
which Huntington was rector, and to the Cathedral of St 
John, New York City. Correspondents include Morgan 
Dix, E. W. Donald, and Bishops Charles Henry Brent, 
Phillips Brooks, William Hobart Hare, William Thomas 
Manning, Edward Lambe Parsons, and Henry Codman 
Potter. 

Gift of Charles G. Thompson, 1964. Previously owned 
by the Huntington family. 



MS 65-21 
Allison, Young Ewing, 1853-1932. 

Papers, 1878-1943. 21ft 

In Filson Club collections (Louisville, Ky.) 

Photocopies of some of Allison's letters. 

Author and insurance editor, of Louisville, Ky. Cor- 
respondence, legal documents, copies and bibliographies of 
Allison's works, pictures, and other papers relating to Alli- 
son, together with separate correspondence files of Young E. 
Allison, Jr., and of Otto Arthur Rothert (who collected 
much of this material). Allison's letters (1887-1932) in- 
clude two letter books (1892-95 and 1899-1902) and letters 
to Madison Cawein, James Whiteomb Riley, Otto A 
Rothert, John Wilson Townsend and others. The us. and 
printed copies of his works include song lyrics, opera scores, 
editorials and news stories, historical treatises, essays on 
insurance topics, speeches, humorous sketches, biographical 
sketches, and writings on miscellaneous topics. Material 
concerning Allison includes biographical sketches, tributes, 
announcements, and records of the Allison Memorial Meet- 
ing (June 1933) and the unveiling of a bronze tablet dedi- 
cated to Allison in Henderson, Ky. (Nov. 1934). Includes 
two unbound copies of the "Select works of Young E. Alli- 
son" (1985), with material pertaining to its publication 
(correspondence, proofsheets, prints of pictures, subscrip- 
tions, mailing lists, bills, and receipts). 

Typewritten chronology pf Allison's life and works in the 
repository. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Gift of Otto A Rothert, 1938- 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 68-22 
Clay, Cassias Marcellus, 1810-1903. 
Papers, 1844-1907. ea.3ft. 
In Filson Club collections (Louisville, Ky.) 
U. S. Minister to Russia, lawyer, and abolitionist, of Ken- 
tucky. Letters, including those written by Clay to his wife 
and children while he served as Minister to Russia (1862- 
69) ; newspaper clippings containing his letters (1852-85) 
and speeches (1853-95) about anti-slavery and U. S. poli- 
tics; a typewritten copy of his speech at Moscow (1866) ; a 
ks. of an article, "Labor and capital" (1886) ; and clippings 
of his magazine articles (183*2-66). Includes some corre- 
spondence of Clay's wife, Mary Jane (Warfield) Clay, and 
his daughter, Mary Barr Clay, with some letters to Mary 
Barr Clay from Susan B. Anthony, Alice Stone BlackwelL 
Lucy Stone, and other suffragists. A scrapbook made by 
Mary Barr Clay contains newspaper dippings about the 
Civil War, poems, and cooking recipes. 
Purchased from John Wilson Townsend, 1939. 



™ MS 65-23 

Fflson Club, LouuvtUe, K y. 

Diaries and journals, 1770-1920. 76 v., 23 items, and 5 
microfilm reproductions. 

In Filson Club collections (Louisville, Ky.) 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) and photocopies (nega- 
tive and positive) 

Includes many military diaries concerning service in the 
Lidian wars, the American Revolution, the War of 1812, the 
War with Mexico, and the Civil War, and diaries about 
pioneer travel, especially from Virginia to Kentucky and on 
the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers. Contains information 
about pioneer life in Kentucky, surveying, farming, explor- 
ing, Indians, religious and social life, slavery, government 
service, botanical and geological excursions, health and epi- 
demics, States' rights, the Know-Nothing Party, life in 
California during the gold rush, and student life and travel 
in Europe and the Orient The diarists are J. D. Allison, 
Leonard Amon, Richard Clough Anderson, Jr., David 
Barrow, William Kennedy Beall, Melville (Otter) Bririey, 
John Mason Brown, William Brown, J. Edward Bryan, 
William Calk, Arthur Lee Campbell, Jonathan Clark, Wil- 
liam Clark, Thomas Horace Cleland, William B. Collins, 
Frederick H. Cook, F. Cravens, William Croghan, Henry 
N. Daily, William H Daniel, William Dells, Frank S. 
Dravo, Thomas N. Eastin, Thomas Brooks Fairleigh, John 
Williams Green, John Halley, Henry Hamilton, Nathaniel 
Hart, Richard Henderson, James C. Hogah, Joseph Howe, 
Cora Owens Hume, Andrew Hynes, Eliza John, Josiah 
Stoddard Johnston, Martha Buford Jones, Increase Allen 
Lapham, Robert Breckinridge McAfee, John M'Coy, Wil- 
liam Thomas McElroy, Howard Miller, Madison Mills, John 
D. Otter, Meliie (Carter) Otter, William Leigh Pierce, 
Lemuel C. Porter, William D. Rhea, William Richardson, 
Charles Scott, Robert W. Scott, John Sharkey, Charles Wil- 
kins Shorty Mary Henry (Churchill) Short, Peyton Short, 
William Homer Smith, J. D. Sprake, Henry Lane Stone, 
Anne (Rudd) Taylor, Francis Taylor, Marion Cartwright 
Tavlor. Maurice Thomas, Lewis Nathan Thompson, Rogers 
Clark Ballard Thurston, Walter Alwes Towles, Thomas 
Taylor Underwood, Henry Waller, and Maria Toncray 
Watkins. 
Cataloged separately in the repository. 
Gifts and purchases. 



MS 65-84 
Jefferson, John F 1833-1910. 

Papers, 1849-1925. ca. 7 ft 
In Filson Club collections (Louisville, Ky.) 
Merchant of Louisville, Ky. Chiefly diaries (1857-73, 
1875-92, 1894-95, 1898, 1900, 1902-03, 1905-06), together 
with correspondence, invitations, notes, newspaper clippings, 
and other papers. Includes "Account book for Brook Street 
ME Church and Brook Street Sabbath School" (1857-«4) ; 
"Memorandum of all the names of persons I am acquainted 
with in the U. States" (Jam, 1850) ; "Inventory book" (1884- 
88) ; "Chicken book" (July 19, 1849) ; and a journal (1857) 
and expense account (1861-71) of Henry T. Jefferson (1840- 
1928). The diaries mention family and social news, prices, 
politics, and events in Louisville and elsewhere. Parts of 
three of the diaries (1878-79) have a detailed account of a 
six-months journey through Europe. 
Gift of Carlyle Jefferson, 1963. 

MS 65-25 
Political Club, Danville, Ky. 

Records, 1786-90. ca. 1 ft. 

In Filson Club collections (Louisville, Ky.) 

.Correspondence, constitution, rules, minutes of meetings, 
attendance rosters, treasurers' reports, resolutions, and ques- 
tions discussed, together with a handwritten copy of the 
U. S. Constitution with amendments suggested by the club; 
an incomplete history of the club by Thomas Speed, grand- 
son of one of the members; an account (1786) of mention 
made of the club by Major Beatty; and ballots of election 
(1787-88) held by the Kentucky Society for Promoting 
Useful Knowledge. Members of the club were Thomas 
Allin, Joshua Barbee, John Belli, James Brown, John 
Brown, Abraham Buford, Robert Craddock, Robert Dough- 
erty, Baker Ewing, Willis Green, Christopher Greenup, 
Harry Innes, Gabriel Jones Johnston, William Kennedy, 
William MeClung, Samuel McDowell. William McDowell, 
George Muter, James Nourse, Stephen Ormsby, James 
Overton, John Overton, Jr., Benjamin Sebastian, Peyton 
Short, James Speed, Thomas Speed, Peter Tardeveau, 
Thomas Todd, David Walker, and Matthew Walton. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Gift of the estate of Mary Whitney Speed, 196L For- 
merly owned by Thomas Speed. 

MS 65-26 
Joyes family. 

Papers, 1780-1928. 6 ft. 
In Filson Club collections (Louisville, Ky. ) 
Papers-of a Louisville, Ky., family including Patrick 
Joyes (1750-1806), merchant and landowner; his son, 
Thomas Joyes (1789-1866), an officer in the War of 1812, 
surveyor, and landowner; his grandson, Patrick Joyes (b. 
1826) ; Chapman Coleman (d. 1850), commission merchant 
and marshal of the U S. Kentucky district; together with 
genealogical material and miscellaneous notes about the 
Joyes family written and collected by Mary Verhoeff. In- 
cludes correspondence (1783-1868) relating in large part to 
Thomas Joyes' land transactions, the litigation arising 
therefrom, and the management of his landed property; 
legal papers (1784-1862) including those regarding the 
estate of Henry Reed (<L 1793) of Fort Pitt and Louisville* 
Ky.; bills, receipts, promissory notes, and orders to pay 
(1783-1870) ; land papers (1780-1871), many of which con- 
cern Thomas Joyes' property in Kentucky, Indiana, Kan- 
sas, and Missouri; shipping papers; and wills (1806-1928). 
The War of 1812 material includes an orderly book, account 
of service, description of conduct of Kentucky troops at the 
Battle of New Orleans, a plan of the battlefield, and rosters 
of Capt Thomas Joyes' company of militia. The papers of 
Chapman Coleman include correspondence (1823), fee bills 
(1831-43), statements of account (1839-49), bills of sale for 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



Joyes family. Papers, 1780-1928. (Continued) 

slaves (1823-37), land papers concerning land in Bath and 
Mason Counties, Ky., Frankfort and Louisville, Ky., Louisi- 
ana, and Mississippi. Papers of Patrick Joyes consist of 
correspondence containing family news, financial discus- 
sions, political comments, and descriptions of his school life 
at Danville, Ky.,and Cambridge, Mass. 

Unpublished index to correspondence in the repository. 

Gift of Preston Pope Joyes, 1953, 1955, 1964. 

«_■/',. MS65-27 

Carmody, John M 1881- 

Papers, 1900-58. 70 ft 

In Franklin D. Roosevelt Library (Hyde Park, N. Y.) 

Engineer, industrial executive, and Government official 
Correspondence, memoranda, cablegrams, telegrams, files of 
speeches and articles, production surveys, subject files, per- 
sonal chronological data, and newspaper and periodical 
clippings relating to Cannody's work with the Davis Coal 
and Coke Company, as editor of "Coal age" and "Factory 
and industrial management,'' and to his trip to Russia to 
survey industrial developments, 193L The records also 
document Carmody's work as Chairman of the Bituminous 
Coal Labor Board, 1933; as Chief Engineer, Civil Works 
Administration, 1933-35 ; as a member of the National Labor 
Relations Board; as Administrator, Rural Electrification 
Administration, 1936-39; as a member of the Maritime Com- 
mission, 1941-46, War Assets Administration, 1947-48, and 
the President's Water Resources Commission, 1950-51. Cor- 
respondents include Francis Biddle, Morris L. Cooke, 
Mordecai EzeJriel, Leon Henderson, Herbert Hoover, Harry 
L Hopkins, Lyndon B. Johnson, William Leiserson, Charl- 
ton Ogburn, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Hilda Smith. 

Unpublished shelf list in the library. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library 

Gift of Mr. Carmody. 

MS 65-28 
Colvin, Fred Herbert, 1867- 

Papers, 1917-18. 60 items. 

In Franklin D. Roosevelt Library (Hyde Park, N. Y.) 

Journalist. Correspondence and other papers relating to 
Colvin's work during World War i as special advisor to U. S. 
Secretary of War Newton D. Baker. Includes a report on 
production methods at the Springfield Arsenal in Massachu- 
setts with Colvin's recommendations for more efficient and 
increased ordnance production. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Colvin, 1958. 

MS 65-29 
Cooke, Morris Llewellyn, 1872-1960. 

Papers, 1910-54. 102 ft 

In Franklin D. Roosevelt Library (Hyde Park, N. Y.) 

Scientist, consulting engineer, Government official, and 
author. Correspondence, memoranda, reports, legal briefs, 
book drafts, speech files, and newspaper files relating to 
Cooke's work as director of the Dept. of Public Works, 
Philadelphia, Pa.; trustee of the New York State Power 
Authority; Chairman of the Mississippi Valley Committee 
of the Public Works Administration; first administrator of 
the Rural Electrification Administration; Chairman of the 
U. S. Great Plains Committee; Head, U. S. Technical Mis- 
sion to Brazil; and Chairman, President's Water Resources 
Policy Commission. Includes materials documenting his in- 
terest in electrification, power, labor, and scientific manage- 
ment and material relating to the 3d World Power Con- 
ference, Washington, D. O, 1936. Correspondents include 
Bernard M. Baruch, Hugh Bennett Francis Biddle, Louis 
D. Brandeis, John M Carmody, James Cougens, Paul H 
Douglas, Stephen Early, Glenn Frank, Sidney Hillman, 



Harold Ickes, Hiram Johnson, Hugh Johnson, David 
Lilienthal, Frank R. McNinch, George W. Norris, Leland 
Olds, GifFord Pinchot Donald Richberg, Franklin D. 
Roosevelt, Henry A Wallace. Frank P. Walsh, and Claude 
R. Wickard. 

Unpublished shelf list in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift- of Mr. Cooke. 

MS65-30 
Coy, Wayne, 1903-1957. 

Papers, 1934-57. 10 ft. 

In Franklin D. Roosevelt Library (Hyde Park, N. Y.) 

Government official, editor, and radio and television execu- 
tive. Correspondence, memoranda, reports, telephone tran- 
scripts, article file, photos., and newspaper clippings per- 
taining to Coy's service as State (Indiana) and regional 
Administrator, Works Progress Administration; assistant 
to U. S. High Commissioner to the Philippine Islands, As- 
sistant Administrator, Federal Security Agency; special 
assistant to President Franklin D. Roosevelt; Assistant Di- 
rector, Bureau of the Budget; and Chairman, Federal Com- 
munications Commission. Includes information on national 
defense, war mobilization, lend lease, and conscientious and 
religious objectors. Correspondents include Paul H. 
Appleby, Harry L Hopkins, Marvin H. Mclntyre, Gardi- 
ner Jackson. Lyndon B. Johnson, Philip Murray, Milo 
Perkins, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Samuel I. Rosenman, Adlai 
E. Stevenson, Harry S. Truman, Grace Tully, Henry A 
Wallace, Edwin M Watson and Harlan Wood. 

Unpublished shelf list in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Coy, 1958. 

MS65-S1 
Delano family. 

Papers, 1535-1932. 25 ft. 

In Franklin D. Roosevelt Library (Hyde Park, N. Y.) 

Correspondence, diaries, journals, ledgers, account books, 
and scrapbooks relating to the Delano family. Includes 
papers of Frederic A Delano ( 1863-1953 ) , uncle of Franklin 
D. Roosevelt, concerning his service in World War t, his 
work as receiver in the Red River boundary case and as 
chairman of the League of Nations Commission in quiring 
into the production of narcotics in Persia, 1925-26; a journal 
(1862) of a sea voyage to China kept by Delano's mother; 
diaries and account books of Edward Delano (1818-1881), 
uncle of Sara (Delano) Roosevelt, dealing with his export- 
ing and importing business to China, the East Indies, and 
the Mediterranean area, 1838-82. Other family members 
represented include Warren Delano I (1779-1866), Joseph C. 
Delano (1796-1883), and Warren Delano n (1809^1898). 

Open in part under restrictions accepted by the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of the Franklin D. Roosevelt Estate, 1947 and Mrs. 
Lawrence Houghteling, 1953. 

MS65-32 
Democratic Party; National Committee. 
Records, 1928-48. 275 ft 

In Franklin D. Roosevelt Library (Hyde Park, N. Y.) 
Correspondence, memoranda, special reports, publicity 
releases, campaign materials, card files, statistical data, fore- 
casts, newspaper clippings, and scrapbooks relating to the 
committee's conduct of presidential elections and party 
affairs, national and State politics, campaign strategy, 
patronage, election forecasts, and campaign issues. In- 
cludes material concerning national issues, platforms, 
requests for appointments, contributions, and the policy and 
strategy of the Republican Party; and correspondence main- 
tained by the office of the chairman of the Democratic 
National Committee. Persons named to the chairmanship of 
the committee include John J. Raskob (1928-29), Jouett 
Shouse (1929-32), James A Farley (1932-40), Edward J. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Colli 



Sections 



Democratic Party. National Committee. Records, 1928- 
48. (Continued) 

Fiynn (1940-43), Frank C. Walker (1943-44), Bobert E. 
Hannegan (1944-47), and J. Howard McGrath (1947-49). 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of the committee. 



„ „_ MS 65-33 

Democratic Party. National Committee. Women's Divi- 
sion. 

Becords, 1933-44. 80 ft 

In Franklin D. Boosevelt library (Hyde Park, N. T.) 

Correspondence, memoranda, telegrams, campaign and 
other printed materials, and newspaper clippings concerning 
the political activities of the Women's Division of the 
Democratic National Committee. Includes information on 
the role of women in politics, the dissemination of campaign 
propaganda, patronage, campaign techniques, issues, and 
legisla ti on. Persons named as head of the Women's Division 
of the party include Mary Williams Dewson, 1932-34, Mrs. 
James H. Wolfe, 1935-36, Mrs. Thomas F. McAllister, 1987- 
40, and Mrs. Charles W. Tillett, 1940-46. Correspondents 
include Florence Allen, Helen Gahagan Douglas, James 
Farley, Cordell Hull, Emil R Hurja, Frances Perkins, 
Joseph T. Robinson, Daniel Boper, Eleanor Boosevelt and 
Henry A. Wallace. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of the Democratic National Committee. 



MS65-34 
Dewson, Mary Williams, 1874-1962. 

Papers, 1925-51. 7 ft 

In Franklin D. Boosevelt Library (Hyde Park, N. Y.) 

Political leader and Government official. Correspondence, 
memoranda, photos., notebooks, radio transcriptions, and 
periodical and newspaper clippings relating to Miss Dew- 
son's activities as a regional committeewoman, Democratic 
National Committee; director of Women's Division, Demo- 
cratic National Committee; Democratic National Commit- 
tee vice-chairman; and a member of the Social Security 
Board. The papers document the role of women in politics, 
political patronage, presidential campaign strategy, patty 
financial matters, and public issues. Correspondents include 
Arthur Altmeyer, James A Farley, Harry Hopkins. Louis 
McHenry Howe, Cordell Hull, Florence Kelley, Herbert 
Lehman, Isador Lubin, Frank Murphy, Frances Perkins, 
Stanley Beed, Eleanor Boosevelt, Franklin D. Roosevelt. 
Samuel I. Bosenman, Harry S. Truman, Sumner Welles and 
Florence Whitney. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 



_ ■ ■ MS65-S5 

EKoi, Thomas Hopkinson, 1907- 

Papers, 1942. 115 items. 

In Franklin D. Boosevelt Library (Hyde Park, N. Y.) 

U. S. Representative from Massachusetts. Correspondence, 
statements, press releases, and newspaper clippings dealing 
with Eliot's efforts to dissolve the House Un-American Ac- 
tivities Committee in 1942. Correspondents include Francis 
Biddle, Henry L Stimson, and Sumner Welles. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Eliot, 1952. 



MS65-36 
Field, Henry, 1902- 

Papers, 1920-60. 57 ft 

InFranldin D. Boosevelt Library (Hyde Park, N. T.) 
Anthropologist, museum curator, author, and Director of 
"M Project," a Government financed group that studied and 
published reports on migration and settlement. Correspond- 
ence, memoranda, dictionary xs., article and book drafts, 
lecture notes, field notes of expeditions, bound typescripts of 
anthropological studies, and publicity material relating to 
Field's career as an anthropologist, author, and special ad- 
visor to President Franklin D. Boosevelt on the question of 
settling the millions of Europeans displaced by World War 
n. Includes material documenting Field's work as a leader 
of the Marshall Field Archaeological Expeditions to Europe, 
the North Arabian Desert, and Iraq; and material on ex- 
peditions to Bahrain,. Iran, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, 
Sinai Peninsula, and Syria. 
Open to investigators under library restrictions. 
Information on literary rights available in the library. 
Gift of Dr. Field, 1963-64. 

MS65-87 
Franklin D. Roosevelt Library, inc. 

Becords, 1938-47. 17 ft 

In Franklin D. Boosevelt Library (Hyde Park, N. Y.) 

Correspondence, memoranda, publicity material, card files, 
and newspaper clippings concerning the fundraising activi- 
ties of the Franklin D. Boosevelt Library, inc. Includes 
material relating to congressional authorization of the 
library, contributions, office matters, financial affairs, and the 
history and construction of the library. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of the library. 

__ MS65-38 

Franklin D. Roosevelt Memorial Foundation, New Tori. 
Reminiscences, statements, and diaries by contemporaries 
of Franklin D. Boosevelt, 1889-1945. 6 ft 
In Franklin D. Boosevelt Library (Hyde Park, N. Y.) 
Becords of the foundation on its "Historical Data Proj- 
ect" consisting of recollections, statements, and interviews 
of nearly 250 former associates of President Franklin D. 
Boosevelt regarding their association with him. Includes 
contributions from Will W. Alexander speaking of Presi- 
dent Roosevelt's views on housing and the CCC; Charles E. 
Bohlen arguing that Yalta was a Soviet defeat; John M 
Carmody and Oscar Chapman describing New Deal person- 
alities; Leon Henderson describing the President's views 
on economic matters; Emory S. Land on President 
Roosevelt's relation with ranking naval officers ; and John L. 
McCrea's reminiscences on the voyage to Teheran. Other 
contributing associates include Vincent Astor, Adolf A 
Berle, Jr., Nelson Brown, Elmer Davis, Mary Williams Dew- 
son, Philip B. Fleming, Dudley W. Knox, Arthur Bliss 
Lane, Lowell Mellet, Edward A. O'Neal, Edward L. Bod- 
dan, Gerard Swope, and Eexford Guy TugwelL 
Information on literary rights available in the library. 
Gift of the foundation. 



MS65-39 
Good Neighbor League. 

Becords, 1936-39. 10 ft. 

In Franklin D. Boosevelt Library (Hyde Park, N. Y.) 
Correspondence, memoranda, press releases, ledgers, scrap- 
books, and mailing lists relating to the activities of the Good 
Neighbor League, which assisted in the re-election of Presi- 
dent Franklin D. Boosevelt by emphasizing the social and 
economic achievements of his first administration. Corre- 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



Good Neighbor League. Records, 1936-39. (Continued) 

spondents include Charles Edison, Edward Flynn, George 
M. Harrison, James Houghteling, Fanny Hurst, George 
Fort Milton, George Foster Peabody, and Sol AJRosenblatt 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of the National Committee of Independent Voters. 

MS65-40 
Hackett, Henry T \ 

Henry T. and John Hackett's papers, 1921-50. IT ft. N 

In Franklin D. Boosevelt library (Hyde Park, N. T.) 

Correspondence, financial statements, deeds, leases, wills, 
petitions, insurance policies, and other legal papers of Henry 
T. and John Hackett, lawyers of Poughkeepsie, If. T., who 
handled the legal matters of many members of the Boosevelt 
family. The papers concern the legal affairs of Sara Delano 
Boosevelt, Franklin Delano Boosevelt, James Boosevelt 
Boosevelt (half brother of Franklin Delano Boosevelt), and 
Frederic A. Delano (uncle of Franklin Delano Boosevelt) 

Unpublished shelf list in the library. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Corbally and Gartland, 1962. 

MS65-41 
Hall family. 

Papers, 1848-88. ca. 100 items. 

In Franklin D. Boosevelt Library (Hyde Park, If. Y.) 

Accounts, deeds, contracts, bills, leases, court judgments, 
blueprints, and maps, of Valentine Hall and his wife, Mary 
HalL of Tiyoli, N. T., grandparents of Eleanor Boosevelt. 

Information on library rights available in the library. 

Gift of Eleanor Boosevelt, 1946. 

r MS65-42 

Henderson, Leon, 1895- 

Papers, 1933-49. IT ft. 

In Franklin D. Boosevelt Library (Hyde Park, N. T.) 

Economist and Government official. Correspondence, 
diary (1938-40), memoranda, statistical data, reports, spe- 
cial studies, radio transcriptions, transcripts of hearings and 
committee meetings, scrapbooks, and newspaper dippings 
relating to Henderson's career as Director of Research and 
Planning, National Industrial Becovery Administration; 
economist in the Works Progress Administration; Commis- 
sioner, Security and Exchange Commission; and Adminis- 
trator, Office of Price Administration. 

Unpublished shelf list in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Henderson. 

_ MS65-43 

Hopkins, Harry Lloyd, 1890-1946. 
Papers, 1928-46. 140 ft 

In Franklin D. Boosevelt Library (Hyde Park, N. Y.) 
Government official Correspondence, memoranda, field 
reports, directives, file of speeches and articles, transcripts 
of conferences, statistical data, press releases, and newspaper 
clippings relating to Hopkins' service with the New York 
Temporary Belief Admini'jtration; as Administrator, Works 
Progress Administration, Secretary of Commerce; Lend 
Lease Administrator; and advisor and assistant to President 
Franklin D. Boosevelt. The papers include information 
about Democratic Party affairs, political campaigns, depres- 
sion conditions, fiscal policy, and the national defense pro- 
gram. Correspondents include Alben Barkley, Bernard M 
Baruch, Lord Beaverbrook, Brendan Bracken, Winston S. 
Churchill, Joseph E. Davies, William E. Dodd. Stephen 
Early, James A Farley, Charles De Gaulle, Averell Harri- 
man, Lorena Hickok, Howard O. Hunter, Harold Ickes, 
Fiorello L» Guardia, George C. Marshall, Henry Morgen- 



thau, Jr., David K. Niles, Drew Pearson, Eleanor Boosevelt, 
Franklin D. Boosevelt, Samuel L Rosenman, Bobert Sher- 
wood, Herbert B. Swqpe, Pierce Williams, and John Win- 
ant. 

Unpublished shelf list in the library. 

Open in part to investigators under library restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Louise M. Hopkins Gates, 1949. 



MS 65-44 
Howe, Louis McHenry, 18T1-1936. 

Papers, 1913-36. 48 ft. 

In Franklin D. Boosevelt Library (Hyde Park, N. Y.) 

Assistant and personal secretary to Franklin D. Boose- 
velt Correspondence, memoranda, telegrams, reports, sta- 
tistical data, printed legislative bills, an article file, financial 
journals, and newspaper clippings concerning Howe's work. 
Includes material pertaining to New York governorship 
campaigns in 1928 and 1930 and the presidential campaign 
in 1932; and material (1933-36) dealing with Howe's ad- 
ministrative duties as Presidential Secretary. The papers 
are closely related to President Roosevelt's own papers as 
Assistant Secretary of the Navy, Governor of New York, 
and U. S. President, 1933-36. The records for 1915-18 re- 
late chiefly to naval administration, procurement of naval 
ordnance and personnel, housing, and labor problems. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Franklin D. Boosevelt 



MS 65-45 
Odder, John, 1876-1958. 

Papers, 1897-1958. 37 ft. 

In Franklin D. Boosevelt Library (Hyde Park, N. Y.) 

Housing expert and Government official. Correspondence, 
diaries, memoranda, minutes, legislative bills, reports, and 
press statements relating to Ihlder's work as Director of the 
Alley Dwelling Authority of Washington, D. C. and its 
successor, the National Capitol Housing Authority. The 
materials document Ihlder's long interest in American and 
European housing, housing legislation, planning, social 
work,_and city traffic. Also includes information on the 
organization of housing associations in Boston, Mass., Phila- 
delphia and Pittsburgh, Pa. (1920-33), and Ihlder's work 
with emergency war housing in Washington, D. C. 
(1942-46). 

Unpublished shelf list and inventory in the library. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 
Gift of Mrs. Louise Ihlder, 1959. 



MS65-46 
KOgore, Harley Martin, 1893-1956. 

Papers, 1941-56. 53 ft. 

In Franklin D. Boosevelt Library (Hyde Park, N. Y.) 

U. S. Senator from West Virginia. Correspondence, 
legislative file, political file, reports, printed Senate bills, 
special studies, memoranda, and newspaper clippings con- 
cerning Kilgore's service as a U. S. Senator, 1940-56. The 
records document Kilgore's role as a member of the War 
Investigating Committee and Chairman of the Senate Judi- 
ciary Committee; and reflect his interest in postwar Ger- 
many, political appointments, immigration and naturaliza- 
tion problems, and West Virginia matters. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Kilgore, 1957. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collection: 



T . MS 66-47 

Lehman, Herbert Henry, 1878-1963. 

Papers, 1929-32. 22 ft. 

In JTranklin D. Roosevelt Library (Hyde Park, N. Y ) 

Lientenant Governor, Governor, and TJ. S. Senator from 
New York. Correspondence, memoranda, directives, and 
reports relating to Lehman's position as lieutenant Gover- 
nor and Acting Governor under Franklin D. Roosevelt In- 
cludes information on Lehman's personal and financial 
affairs as well as his philanthropic work. In addition to 
official State business, the papers concern Lehman's interest 
in prison and hospital work, child welfare, education, old 
age assistance, and relief work. Correspondents include 
John J. Bennett, Benjamin N. Cardozo, Emanuel CeUer, 
Calvin Coolidge, James A. Farley, Bernard Gimbel, Patrick 
Cardinal Hayes, Mrs. William Randolph Hearst, Alfred A. 
Xnopf, Fiorello La Guardia, Lewis E. Lawes, Adolph 
Lewisohn, Ernest K. Lindley, Henry Morgenthau, Jr., 
Bobert Moses, Adolph Ochs, John J. Kaskob, Franklin D. 
Boosevelt, Julius Rosenwald, Alfred E. Smith, Arthur Hays 
Sulzberger, Robert F. Wagner, Stephen S. Wise, and WU- 
liam H. Woodin. 

Unpublished shelf list in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

On permanent loan from the State of New York. 

T ,. . . MS65-48 

Lubin, Isador, 1896- 

Papers, 1928-48. 20 ft. 

^ Franklin D. Roosevelt Library (Hyde Park, N. Y.) 
Economist. Correspondence, memoranda, telegrams, 
cablegrams, reports, statistical data, an article and speech 
file, printed reports, special studies, and newspaper clip- 
Pjags "dating *° Lubin's career as a member of the staff 
of Brookings Institution, U. S. CVanmissioner of the Bureau 
of Labor Statistics, Deputy Director, Labor Division, Office 
of Production Management, special assistant to President 
Franklin D. Roosevelt, Associate U. S. Representative to 
the Allied Reparations Commission, and special asssdstant 
to the Secretary of State. Includes information on congres- 
sional legislation, war production, war manpower, the Ber- 
lin Protocol, and German reparations. Correspondents in- 
clude Beulah Amidon, Joseph P. Chamberlain, Paul Doug- 
las, Leon Henderson, Jacob Javits, Robert LaFollette, John 
J. McCloy, David K Niles, George W. Norris, Robert Pat- 
terson, Gifford Pinchot, Eleanor Roosevelt, Franklin D 
Boosevelt, Alfred Smith, Rexford G. Tugwell, Robert F. 
Wagner, and Leo Wolman. 

Unpublished shelf list in the library. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available in the library 

Gift of Mr: Lubin, 1963. 

*r-» "« » -, ■ MS 65-49 

Mdntire, Ross T 1889-1959. 

Papers, 1939-59. 4 ft 

In Franklin D. Roosevelt library (Hyde Park, N. Y.) 

Physician and naval officer. Correspondence and memo- 
randa relating to Mclntire's service as Chief of the U. S. 
Bureau of Medicine, Surgeon General of the U. S. Xavy, and 
personal physician to President Franklin D. Roosevelt 

Information on literary rights available in the librarv 

Gift of Mrs. Mdntire. 

„'_ MS 65-60 

McReynolds, William H 1880-1951 

Papers, 1939-45. 10ft 

In Franklin D. Boosevelt Library (Hyde Park, N. Y.) 
Lawyer and Government officiaL Correspondence, memo- 
randa, telegrams, printed material, and newspaper clippings 
relating to McReynold's service as administrative assistant 
foPresident Franklin D. Roosevelt, as a member of the 
President's Committee on Civil Service Improvement, and 
as Secretary, Council of National Defense. Much of the 



material deals with matters that concern Federal workers, 
such as their recruitment, training, salary, conduct, and 
benefits. 

Unpublished shelf list in the library. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 



MS65-51 
Marks, Herbert S 1907-1960. 

Papers, 1933-47. 23 ft 

In Franklin D. Roosevelt Library (Hyde Park, N. Y.) 

Lawyer and Government officiaL Correspondence, mem- 
oranda, legal briefs, reports, drafts of speeches and articles, 
transcripts of legal motions, opinions, petitions, and con- 
tracts relating to Marks' work as Assistant General Counsel, 
Tennessee Valley Authority; General Counsel, Bonneville 
Power Administration; Assistant General Counsel, Office of 
Production Management and War Production Board; and 
special assistant to the Under Secretary of State. Corre- 
spondents include Benjamin Cohen, Thomas Corcoran, Paul 
Freund, Philip M. Glick, Harold Ickes, James M Landis, 
David Lilienthal, Julian Mack. Richard Neuberger, and 
George Norris. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Anne T. Wilson Marks. 



MS 65-62 
Meflett, Lowell, 1884-1960. 

Papers, 1938-44. 10 ft 

In Franklin D.Roosevelt Library (Hyde Park, N. Y.) 

Journalist and Government officiaL Correspondence and 
memoranda relating to Mellett's work as Director, U. S. 
Office of Government Reports and as administrative assist- 
ant to President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Correspondents in- 
clude Alben Barkley, Bernard M. Baruch, Hugo Black, 
George Bye, Benjamin Cohen, Wayne Coy, Jonathan 
Daniels, Joseph E. Da vies, Stephen Early, Morris Ernst, 
Mark F. Ethridge, Edward Flvnn, Harry Hopkins, Roy 
Howard, Gardiner Jackson, Henry Luce, Richard L Neu- 
berger, Donald Richberg, Herbert Swope, Henry A. Wal- 
lace, Walter White, and Wendell Willkie. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Anne Mellett Eeezer, 1960. 



MS 65-53 
Moore, Robert Walton, 1859-1941. 

Papers, 1933-40. 12 ft. 

In Franklin D. Roosevelt Library (Hyde Park, N. Y.) 

Lawyer, Government official, and U. S. Representative 
from Virginia. Correspondence, memoranda, reports, 
drafts, appointment books, copies of treaties and resolutions 
relating to Moore's service as Assistant Secretary of State, 
and Counselor of the Dept of State; memoranda and re- 
ports on the implications of neutrality, the sale of U. S. 
destroyers to Great Britain, the Spanish Civil War, and 
arms and muntions control. Includes personal correspond- 
ence. Correspondents include Claude Bowers, Josephus 
Daniels, Joseph E. Davies, Frederic A Delano, William E. 
Dodd. Carter Glass, CordeU Hull, Arthur Krock, George 
Peek, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Francis B. Sayre. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Fairfax Shield McCandlish. Sr., 1959. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 65-54 
Morgenthau, Henry, 1891- 

Papers, 1866-1948. 340 ft. 

In Franklin D. Roosevelt library (Hyde Park, N. T.T 

Government official. Correspondence, diaries, memoranda, 
telegrams, cablegrams, reports, statistical data, transcripts 
of press conferences, file of articles and speeches, sound re- 
cordings, photos., press releases, scrapbooks, and newspaper 
clippings relating to Morgenthau's career as New York 
State Conservation Commissioner; Chairman of the Fed- 
eral Farm Board, and Under Secretary and Secretary of the 
Treasury. Includes the "Morgenthau diaries" (833 bound 
vols, containing transcripts of interviews, conversations, con- 
ferences and thoughts, departmental correspondence and 
communications) ; and correspondence (1866-1941) of 
Henry Morgenthau, Sr., with material on his service as 
U. S. Ambassador to Turkey, 1913-16. Correspondents in- 
clude Bernard M. Baruch, Frederic A. Delano, Marriner 
S. Eccles, James A. Farley, Herbert Feis, John N. Garner, 
Carter Glass, William Hassett, Harry Hopkins, Louis Mc- 
Henry Howe, Robert H Jackson, Jesse Jones, Fiorello La 
Guardia, Herbert Lehman, Douglas MacArthur, Marvin 
Mclntyre, William H McReynolds, John Mack, George 
Peek, Frances Perkins, Donald Richberg, Josephine Roche, 
Eleanor Roosevelt, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Samuel I. Rosen- 
man, Nathan Straus, Arthur Sulzberger, Harry S. Truman, 
Frank C. Walker, and Henry A. Wallace. 

Open in part to investigators under restrictions accepted 
by the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Morgenthau, Jr. 



MS 65-55 
National Committee of Independent Voters for Roosevelt 
and Wallace. 

Records, 1940. 10 ft. 

In Franklin D. Roosevelt Library (Hyde Park, N. Y.) 

Correspondence, memoranda, telegrams, card files, mail- 
ing lists, statistical studies, and press releases relating to 
Mayor Fiorello La Guardia 's speaking tour and radio broad- 
casts, voter behavior, newspaper advertising, comments on 
local political conditions, and campaign publicity. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 



MS 65-56 
New York (State) Governor, 19S9-19SS (Franklin D. Roose- 
velt) 

Records, 1929-32. 90 ft. 

In Franklin D. Roosevelt Library (Hyde Park, N. Y.) 

Correspondence, telegrams, statements, reports, statistical 
data, press releases, drafts of speeches and articles, memo- 
randa, and newspaper clippings relating to State affairs 
during Roosevelt's service as Governor of New York. The 
records contain information on the investigation of and hear- 
ing on Mayor James J. Walker, of New York City, the St. 
Lawrence River power development, the New York State 
Crime Commission, patronage, politics, labor problems, and 
banking legislation: Correspondents include Bernard M 
Baruch, Sol Bloom, Royal S. Gopeland, James M Curley, 
George Dern, James A. Farley, Edward Flynn, Herbert 
Hoover, Harry L Hopkins, Louis McHenry Howe, Patrick 
Hurley, Lewis E. Lawes; Herbert H Lehman, Henry Mor- 
genthau, Jr., Robert Moses, Herbert C. Pell, Frances Per- 
kins, Gifford Pinchot, Alfred E. Smith, Henry L. Stimson, 
Norman Thomas, Robert F. Wagner, James J. Walker, 
Stephen S. Wise, and Owen D. Young. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

On permanent loan from the State of New York. 



MS65-57 
Pell, Herbert Claiborne, 1884-1961. 

Papers, 1912-61. 25 ft. 

In Franklin D. Roosevelt Library (Hyde Park, N. Y.) 

Diplomat and U. S. Representative from New York. 
Correspondence, memoranda, reports, cablegrams, tele- 
grams, article file, and newspaper clippings documenting 
Pell's service as Democratic Party leader, U. S. Representa- 
tive, TJ. S. Minister to Portugal and Hungary, and Amer- 
ican member to the United Nations Commission for Investi- 
gation of War Crimes. Includes personal and business 
papers. Correspondents include Adolf A. Berle, Emanuel 
Celler, Edward S. Corwin, Theodore F. Green, James A. 
Farley, Albert B. Hart, Cordell Hull, Robert H Jackson, 
Robert Luce, Marvin Mclntyre, James M Mead, Eleanor 
Roosevelt, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Myron C. Taylor, Nor- 
man Thomas, Grace Tully, Sumner Welles, and John G. 
Winanfc- 

Unpublished shelf list in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. PelL 



MS 65-58 
Republican Party. National Committee. 

Records, 1929-48. 20 ft. 

In Franklin D. Roosevelt Library (Hyde Park, N. Y.) 

Typewritten copies of public statements and copies of 
broadcasts of President Franklin D. Roosevelt and about 
him and his policies, newspaper clippings, and mimeo- 
graphed and printed materials relating chiefly to the period 
1933-45, but also to President Roosevelt while Governor of 
New York and as presidential candidate. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of the Republican National Committee, 1951 and 
1953. 



MS 65-59 
Roosevelt, Franklin Delano, Pres. U. S., 1882-1945, collector. 
Historical manuscripts collection, 1636-1936. 4 ft 
In Franklin D. Roosevelt Library (Hyde Park, N. Y.) 
Correspondence, legal papers, bills of lading, invoices, re- 
ceipts, bonds, land grants, licenses, shipping papers, military 
orders, bills of sale, custom declarations, and military com- 
missions relating to almost every phase of U. S. history, and 
including autographs of many prominent individuals. 
Names of Presidents appearing in the papers include John 
Adams, Chester A. Arthur, James Buchanan, Grover -Cleve- 
land, Millard Fillmore, William Henry Harrison, Ruther- 
ford B. Hayes, Andrew Jackson, Thomas Jefferson, Abra- 
ham Lincoln, James Madison, James Monroe, Theodore 
Roosevelt, Zachary Taylor, and Martin Van Buren. Other 
prominent figures represented include George Bancroft, 
Aaron Burr, John Calhoun, Winston S. Churchill, Oliver 
Cromwell, Jefferson Davis, Marquis de LaFayette, R obert 
E. Lee, Lord Nelson, William Pitt, Benjamin Rush, Wil- 
liam Seward, and William T. Sherman. 
Information on literary rights available in the library. 
Gift of President Roosevelt, 1944. 

MS65-60 
Roosevelt, Franklin Delano, Pres. U. £.,1882-1945, collector. 
Hudson River Valley and Dutchess County (N. Y.) man- 
uscript collection, ca. 1630-1941. 93 ft. 
In Franklin D. Roosevelt Library (Hyde Park, N. Y.) 
Correspondence, diaries, journals, account books, ledgers, 
and genealogical records concerning the Hudson River Val- 
ley, particularly Dutchess Co., N. Y. The papers of the 
colonial period contain information an agriculture, business, 
Indian affairs, the manorial system, and the Revolutionary 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collectu 



ions 



Roosevelt, Franklin Delano, Pres TJ 8 io» ioak -n _. 
Hudson River Valley^d '&&£> ^^"f?"- 
ca. 1630-1941. (Continued) * . ' *'" 

War. The papers for the period after 1789 describe business 
condrtion^ local prominent, politics, property matters, and 

T^^/^, 1 ^. Inclndes 800 ° iten » (1630-1901) of 
Jiobert and Aiida Livingston, their family, and their de- 
scendants; papers (1768-1882) of the Qnackenbnsh family . 
P*P**i}7rZ-W) of Peter Van Gaasbeek; 87 vols, of Van 

ISStSFZ?-*?!? (1771-1888); and Edward Braman's 
notebooks (22 vols.) on the history of Hyde Park, N Y its 
families, and its landmarks. "' 

Liformation on literary rights available in the library. 

Girt of President Roosevelt, 1944, 

vrC gg on 

Roosevelt, Franklin Delano, Pres. V. S n 1882-1945, collector. 

STaval and marine manuscript collection, 1730-1942 31 ft. 

In Franklin D. Roosevelt Library (Hyde Park, N. T.) 
^Correspondence, diaries, journals, naval orders, and log- 
books containing material on the history of sailing ships and 
steamships, naval actions, explorations, privateering, whal- 
ing, sea trading, and descriptions of foreign lands. Includes 
kgs from the ships U. S. S. Adams, Constitution, Essex, 
Philadelphia, and St Louis; papers of Rear Admirals John 
Almy and David Conner, and Admiral David Dixon Por- 
ter: ks of the memoirs (1846-98) of Admiral Robley D. 
Evans; letter book (1837) of Commodore Matthew Cal- 
brath Perry; and the ms. of an autobiographical sketch of 
Rear Admiral Wmfield Scott Schley. 

Unpublished shelf list in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of President Roosevelt, 1944. 

Roosevelt, James, 1907- MS 65 ~ 62 

Papers, 1937-44. 17ft 

In Franklin D. Roosevelt Library (Hyde Park, N. Y.) 
^S^. ir0Bl California; Correspondence, 
S£ ll^ e ° h ?' ^° b ^«^ tamscripte^memo^ 
randa, rdating to Roosevelt's work as secretary to Ids 
^.President Franklin D. Roosevelt^SeTcor! 
respondent durmg Roosevelt's service as an officer nX 
Sr?VS rPS ^"^"V* Correspondenteindu^ 
F^Jn^Tf D T W S? Jose P h R G^ey, Harry Hopkins, 
Cordell Hull, Lyndon B. Johnson, David Lilienthal Isador 
Luton, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Nathan Straus. 

Unpublished shelf list in the library. 

Liformation on literary rights available in the library 

Gift of Mr. Roosevelt, 1959. 

Roosevelt family. MS65-63 

Papers, 1706-1925. 21 vr 

In Franklin D. Roosevelt Library (Hyde Park, N Y ) 
Correspondence, account books, daybooks, ledgers, jour- 
nals, legal papers, logs, printed material, scrapboohs, and 
newspaper dippings concerning real estate transactions in 
New York City (ca. 1726-1863), trading activities in Ber- 
muda and the West Indies (ca. 1753-74), and the sugar 
refinery business in New York City (1750-90), conducted 
byJacobus Roosevelt (1692-1776), Isaac Rooseveiti (1726- 
1794), and James Roosevelt n (1828-1900) ; correspondence, 
account books, and notebooks of James Roosevelt n, father 
of Franklin D. Roosevelt, relating to his activities as busi- 
nessman and landowner; correspondence, diaries legal 
papers, newspaper clippings, and scrapbooks of John A 
Roosevelt (1840-1909), uncle of Franklin D. Roosevelt re- 
lating-to Rosedale, his estate near Poughkeepsie, N Y to 
his work as commissioner of highways, and as commodore 
of the Poughkeepsie Ice Yacht Club; and papers of James 



Roosevelt Roosevelt (1854-1927), half brother of Franklin 
D. Roosevelt, consisting of correspondence while he was 
serving as secretary to the U. S. Legations at Vienna and 
London (1888-97), account books (1894-96), and some cor- 
respondence (1924-25) with Franklin D. Roosevelt. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1942. 



•> r. .. MS65-64 

Rosenman, Samuel Irving, 1896- 

Papcrs. 1928-48. 36 ft. 

In Franklin D. Roosevelt Library (Hyde Park. N. Y.) 

Lawyer, editor, judge, and special counsel to the Presi- 
dent of the United States. Correspondence, memoranda, 
conference notes, research material, press releases, and scrap- 
books pertaining to Rosenman's service as special counsel 
to President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Includes drafts of 
speeches, messages, and addresses of President Roosevelt as 
well as many corrections made by him; information on 
Rosenman's mission to Europe in 1945 in connection with 
the Yalta Conference, his preparation of "The public papers 
and addresses of Franklin D. Roosevelt" (1938-50), his in- 
terest in cartels and antitrust legislation, the 1944 presiden- 
tial convention, and international communications. Cor- 
respondents include Bernard M. Baruch, David Ben-Gurion, 
Francis Biddle, Omar Bradley, James Byrnes, Benjamin 
Cohen, Thomas Corcoran, Wayne Coy, Jonathan Daniels, 
James Forrestal, Milton Handler, William Hassett, Robert 
Hannegan, Harry Hopkins, Harold Ickes, David Lilienthal, 
Isador Lubin, Archibald MacLeish, John McCloy, Livings- 
ton Merchant, Henry Morgenthau, Jr., Donald Nelson, Don- 
ald Richberg, Eleanor Roosevelt, Franklin D. Roosevelt, 
Robert Sherwood, and John Winant 

Open in part to investigators under library restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Rosenman, 1959-63. 



%tQ fir fig 

Straus, Nathan, 1889-1961. 
Papers, 1920-61. 24 ft 

In Franklin D. Roosevelt Library (Hyde Park, N. Y) 
Businessman and Government official. Correspondence, 
reports, a speech and research file, and 59 bound scrapbooks 
containing newspaper clippings, mementos, and photos, re- 
lating to Straus' work as Administrator of the U. S. Hous- 
ing Authority and president of Straus Broadcasting Enter- 
prises. Correspondents include Hubert H. Humphrey, 
Estes Kefauver, Eleanor Roosevelt, Franklin D. Roosevelt, 
Anna Rosenberg, Adlai E. Stevenson, Harry S. Truman, 
and Woodrow Wilson. 
Information on literary rights available in the library. 
Gift of Mrs. Straus, 1942. 



_ . „ MS 65-66 

Taussig, Charles William, 1896-1948. 
Papers, 1928-48. 80 ft 

In Franklin D. Roosevelt Library (Hyde Park, N. Y.) 
Businessman and Government advisor and official. Cor- 
respondence, minutes of conferences and committee meet- 
ings, reports, statistical data, memoranda (induding that of 
conversations), file of speeches and articles, outlines, printed 
congressional bills and other material, and newspaper dip- 
pings relating to Taussig's career as chairman of the Board 
and president of the American Molasses Company and the 
Sucrest Corporation. The papers also document Taussig's 
work as a member of President Franklin D. Roosevelt's 



mr 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



Taussig, Charles William, 1896-1948. Papers, 1928-48 
(Continued) 

"brain trust"; as technical advisor to the World Economic 
Conference; as Chairman, National Advisory Committee of 
the National Youth Administration; as U. S. Chairman, 
Anglo-American Caribbean Commission; as advisor to TJ. S. 
Delegation, U. N. Conference, 1945; and as advisor to the 
Secretary of State, Includes information on world trade, 
especially the sugar market, economic, social, and political 
conditions in the Caribbean area and the U. S. policy of 
trusteeship for dependent areas. Correspondents include 
Adolf A. Berle, Spruille Braden, Lawrence Cramer, Jerome 
Frank, Cordell Hull, Harold Ickes, Charles Judd, Fiorello 
La Guardia, Raymond Moley, Eleanor Roosevelt, Franklin 
D. Roosevelt. Sir Frank Stockdale, Rezford Guy Tugwell, 
Sumner Welles, and Aubrey Williams. 

Unpublished shelf list in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Ruth Adler Taussig, 1951. 



— .' MS 65-67 

Thomas, Elbert Duncan, 1883-1953. 

Papers, 1907-50. 137 ft. 

In Franklin D. Roosevelt Library (Hvde Park, N. Y.) 

Missionary, professor, author, Orientalist, and U. S. Sena- 
tor from Utah. Correspondence, memoranda, telegrams, 
reports, transcripts of radio talks, speech file, photos., and 
periodical and newspaper clippings relating to Thomas' 
service as a U. S. Senator, his interest in labor, civil liberties, 
Federal participation in education, his service on the Senate 
Committee on Military Affairs and the Mexican Claims 
Commission, his relations with Democratic Party leaders, 
his work as U. S. Delegate to the Interparliamentary Union 
Conferences, and to International Labor Conferences. In- 
cludes material on the Mormon Church, mining, and Ori- 
ental history; and five letter books (1907-12) describing 
Thomas' routine as a missionary in Japan as well as obser- 
vations on the climate, geography, culture, and economic 
lite of the Japanese. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Senator Thomas, 1950. 



m_ „ - MS .65-68 

Tugwell, Rexford Guy, 1891- 

Papers, 1927-58. 28 ft. 

In Franklin D. Roosevelt Library (Hyde Park, N. Y.) 

Teacher, economist, and Government official. Corre- 
spondence, diary, journal notes, drafts of books and speeches, 
research notes, memoranda, newspaper clippings and press 
releases relating to Tugwell's career as a professor at Co- 
lumbia University and the University of Chicago, advisor to 
President Franklin D. Roosevelt, Assistant Secretary and 
Under Secretary of Agriculture, Director of the Resettle- 
ment Administration, executive of the American Molasses 
Company, chairman of the New York City Planning Com- 
mission, chancellor of the University of Puerto Rico, and 
Governor of Puerto Rico. Includes correspondence and 
writings on political, economic, and social conditions in 
Puerto Rico; papers pertaining to Tugwell's role in the 
Henry A Wallace presidential campaign of 1948 and the 
postwar world government movement; and material on 
Tugwell's numerous publications. 

Unpublished descriptive guide in the library. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Tugwell, 1963. 



MS65-69 
U. S. Council of National Defense. Advisory Commission. 

Records, 1940-41. 9 ft. 

In Franklin D. Roosevelt Library (Hyde Park, N. Y.) 

Correspondence, memoranda, press releases, minutes of 
conferences, progress reports, special reports, processed ma- 
terials, publications, and newspaper clippings relating to 
the work of the Advisory Commission. Persons appointed 
on May 28, 1940, by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in- 
clude Ralph Budd, Chester C. Davis, Harriet Elliott, Leon 
Henderson, Sidney Hillman, William S. Knudsen, William 
H. McReynolds, and Edward R. Stettinius, Jr., chairman. 

Unpublished inventory in the library. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

MS 65-70 
U. S. Executive Office of the President. 

Records of the Office of the Chief of Social Entertain- 
ments, 1933-45. 63 ft. 

In Franklin D. Roosevelt Library (Hyde Park, N. Y.) 

Correspondence, memoranda, invitations, programs, seat- 
ing charts and card files relating to social functions held at 
the White House during the administration of Franklin D. 
Roosevelt. Includes records of requests by individuals to 
visit the White House, to interview Mrs. Roosevelt, or to 
visit or interview dignitaries staying at the White House; 
records of the White House usher who maintained a daily 
memoranda of visitors to the President; and correspond- 
ence of Edith Helm, Mrs. Roosevelt's social secretary. 

Information on literary rights available at the library. 

MS 65-71 
U. S. Advisory Committee on Education, 

Records, 1936-39. 13 ft 

In Franklin D. Roosevelt Library (Hyde Park, N. Y.) 

Correspondence, memoranda, abstracts and transcripts of 
conferences, notes, statements, reports, and special studies 
relating to the work' of the committee. The 17 staff studies 
produced relate to such topics as vocational guidance, Fed- 
eral participation in education, administration, land grant 
colleges, vocational rehabilitation, rural education, Negro 
education, and school finance. 

Unpublished check list in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

MS65-72 
U* S. President's Committee on Administrative Manage- 
ment. 

Records, 1936-37. 13 ft 

In Franklin D. Roosevelt Library (Hyde Park, N. Y.) 

Correspondence, memoranda, research material, speech 
drafts, printed legislative bills, statistical data, press releases, 
progress reports, and a final report relating to the origin, 
procedures, and activities of the committee. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

. MS65-7S 

U. S. President's Committee on an Inquiry on Cooperative 
Enterprise in Europe. 
Records, 1936-37. 5 ft 

In Franklin D. Roosevelt Library (Hyde Park, N. Y.) 
Correspondence, memoranda, reports of field activities in 
Europe, transcripts of interviews, press releases, and a final 
report relating to the work of a committee charged with the 
responsibility of making a broad survey that would indicate 
the status and extent of cooperative enterprise and its effects 
on the economy and welfare of Europe. The committee 
spent 10 weeks in Europe observing the operation of con- 



10 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



U. S. President's Committee on an Inquiry on Cooperative 
Enterprise in Europe. Records, 1936-37. (Continued) 

sumer cooperatives and interviewing cooperative employees 
and executives in Czechoslovakia, Denmark, England, 
France, Ireland, Norway, Scotland, Sweden, and Switzer- 
land. Members of the inquiry include Jacob Baker, Emily 
C. Bates, Clifford V. Gregory, Bobin Hood, Leland Olds, 
and Charles Stuart. 
Information on literary rights available in the library. 



-, _ _ .. MS65-74 

U. ». President's Committee on Civil Service Improvement. 
Records, 1939-41. 27 ft. 

In Franklin D. Roosevelt library (Hyde Park, N. Y.) 
Correspondence, memoranda, reports of proceedings, 
minutes of executive sessions, statistical studies, reports from 
advisory committees, transcripts of hearings and conferences, 
press releases, progress reports, and a final report of the 
work of the committee. 
Information on literary rights available in the library. 



tt o , MS 66-75 

U. S. President's Committee on Portal to Portal Travel 
Time. 
Records, 1943-44. 5 ft 

In Franklin D. Roosevelt library (Hyde Park, N. Y.) 
Correspondence with mining companies, statistical studies, 
progress reports, and a final report which set portal to portal 
travel time in bituminous coal mines at 59 minutes. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 
Information on literary rights available in the library. 



tt o r MS65-76 

U. S. Interdepartmental Committee to Coordi- 
nate Jlealth and Welfare Activities. 

Becords, 1935-41. 21ft. 

In Franklin D. Roosevelt library (Hyde Park, N. Y.) 

Correspondence, memoranda, minutes of committee meet- 
ings, special studies, and reports concerning public health 
problems, Federal health care, and the location and con- 
struction of clinics and hospitals. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 



tt o ■ ~ MS 65-77 

U. S. Special Committee to Study the Rubber Situation. 

Becords, 1942. 8 ft. 

In Franklin D. Roosevelt library (Hyde Park, N. Y.) 

Correspondence, stenographic notes and verbatim tran- 
scripts of committee hearings and proceedings, reports on 
rubber production, technical studies on synthetic processes, 
and copies of congressional hearings. The committee, in its 
final report; recommended continued and increased use of 
tiiB Polish and butylene glycol processes for rubber pro- 
duction. Members of the committee are Bernard Baruch, 
Karl Comptoh, Samuel Lubell, and James B. Conant, chair- 
man. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 



MS65-78 
Wallace, Henry Agard, 1888-1965. 

Papers, 1941-45. 40 ft. 

In Franklin D. Roosevelt Library (Hyde Park, N. Y.) 

U. S. Vice President and Secretary of Agriculture. Cor- 
respondence, memoranda, reports, resolutions, petitions, and 
newspaper clippings concerning Wallace's service as U. S. 
Vice President and Chairman of the Board of Economic 
Warfare. Includes information on Democratic Party acti- 
vities, patronage, Axis activities in Latin America, the 
Standard Oil Company controversy, agriculture, trade re- 
lations with Canada and Sweden, education, labor, appro- 
priation bills, world affairs, and postwar problems. Cor- 
respondents include John H. Bankhead, Chester Bowles, 
James F. Byrnes, John Carmody, CoL William J. Donovan, 
Morris Ernst, William Herridge, Harold Ickes, Jesse Jones, 
David Lilienthal, Henry J. Morgenthau, Jr., Francis 
Castillo Najera, Donald Nelson, Robert Patterson, James G. 
Patton, Frances Perkins, Milo Perkins, Nelson Rockefeller, 
Eleanor Roosevelt, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harold D. Smith, 
Henry Stimson, Mark Sullivan, Sumner Welles, Walter 
White, and Claude Wickard. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Wallace. 



MS«5-7» 
Wehle, Louis Brandos. 1880-1959. 

Papers, 1877-1958. 42 ft 

In Franklin D. Roosevelt Library (Hyde Park, N. Y^) 

Lawyer and Government official Correspondence, ap- 
pointment diaries, memoranda, reports, legal briefs, re- 
search notes, and drafts of articles relating to Wehle's 
career, as a private lawyer in Louisville, Ky. and New York 
City, special -assistant to the Secretary of War; Counsel, 
War Industries Board; Counsel, U. S. Shipping Board 
Emergency Fleet Corporation; member of the White House 
Conference on Power Pooling; Head of the U. S. Foreign 
Economic Mission to the Netherlands; and U. S. Ambassa- 
dor to the Netherlands, serving in England. Includes per- 
sonal correspondence (1877-1958) of the Wehle family. 
Correspondents include Louis D. Brandeis, Christian Herter, 
James M Landis, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Alexander 
Sachs. 

Unpublished shelf list in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Wehle, 1960. 



MS 65-80 
Williams, Aubrey Willis, 1890-1965. 

Papers, 1930-59. 21ft 

In Franklin D. Roosevelt Library (Hyde Park, N. Y.) 

Social worker, editor, publisher, and Government official 
Correspondence, memoranda, reports, speech and article 
drafts, and newspaper clippings concerning Williams' work 
as executive director, Wisconsin Conference of Social Work; 
field representative for the Federal Emergency Relief Ad- 
ministration; Deputy Administrator, Works Progress Ad- 
ministration ; and director of organization, National Farmers 
Union. Includes material relating to Williams' role in the 
War Relocation Authority, civil rights, and the Alabama 
Farmers Union. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Williams, 1960. 



11 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



W , MS 65-81 

Winant, John Gilbert, 1889-1947. 

Papers. 1916-47. 117 ft. 

In Franklin D. Roosevelt library (Hyde Park, N. Y.) 

Governor of New Hampshire, Government official, and 
diplomat. Correspondence, memoranda, reports, appoint- 
ment books, book draft, file of speeches and articles, legisla- 
tive bills and resolutions, and newspaper clippings relating 
to Winant's career as Governor; Assistant Director and Di- 
rector of the International Labor Office, Geneva, Switzer- 
land; Chairman of the Social Security Board; U. S. Am- 
bassador to Great Britain and U. S. Representative on the 
European Advisory Commission. The papers also docu- 
ment Winant's interest in labor, child welfare, civic organi- 
zations, and New Hampshire politics. Correspondents in- 
clude Arthur J. Altmeyer, Carter Goodrich, Herschel John- 
son, Ester Lape, Harold Laski, Isador Lubin. Archibald 
MacLeish, Henry Morgenthau, Jr., Edward R Morrow, 
Eleanor Roosevelt, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Samuel L 
Rosenman. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of the Winant family. 

MS 65-82 
Botsford, Edmund, 1745-1819. 

Letters, 1785-1819. 105 items. 

In Furman University Library, South Carolina Baptist 
Historical Collection (Greenville, S. C.) 

Baptist clergyman, of Georgetown, S. C. Letters from 
Botsford, mostly addressed to Richard Furman (1755- 
1825), pertaining to affairs in Botsford's churches and other 
Baptist churches in the low country of South Carolina, giv- 
ing his opinions on current events, Baptist work, and men- 
tioning the names of many of the Baptist leaders of the 
time. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of the Furman family. 

MS65-83 
Cook, Harvey Toliver, 1848-1943. 

Papers, 1882-1930. ca. 250 items. 

In Furman University Library, South Carolina Baptist 
Historical Collection (Greenville, S. C.) 

Author and educator at Furman University. Corre- 
spondence, both personal and pertaining to Cook's interest 
in history, education, and religion; and miscellaneous writ- 
ings. 

Gift of Dr. Cook. 

MS 65—84 
Davis, Jonathan, 1785-1855. 

Papers, 1821-51. 66 items. 

In Furman University Library, South Carolina Baptist 
Historical Collection (Greenville, S. C.) 

Clergyman and planter, of Fairfield Co., S. C. Chiefly 
correspondence together with a few bills dealing with per- 
sonal affairs. Includes 20 letters mainly from Baptist 
clergymen, concerning denominational affairs, especially 
Furman Institution (later Furman University). 

Gift of the Furman family through Mrs. Furman Norris, 
1964. 

MS65-85 
Furman, James Clement, 1809-1891. 

Papers, 1827-90. 1300 items. 

In Furman University Library, South Carolina Baptist 
Historical Collection (Greenville, S. C.) 

Baptist clergyman and educator, of Greenville, S. C. Cor- 
respondence chiefly concerning the Baptist denomination in 
South Carolina and Furman's work as a teacher and presi- 
dent of Furman University; and 800 sermons and addresses. 

Gift of the Furman family, ca. 1900 and 1962. 



12 



__ MS65-68 

Furman, Richard, 1755-1825. 

Ck)rrespondence7l777=1825r~4644tems. 

In Furman University Library, South Carolina Baptist 
Historical Collection (Greenville, S. C.) 
_ Revolutionary patriot, Baptist clergyman, and denomina- 
tional leader. Correspondence of Furman,' primarily with 
well-known Baptist clergymen, chiefly concerning affairs 
relating to the Baptist denomination. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of the Furman family. 

MS 65-87 
Furman family. 

Correspondence, 1782-1960. 4 ft (1800 items) 

In Furman University Library, South Carolina Baptist 
Historical Collection (Greenville, S. C.) 

Correspondence of the family of Richard Furman (1755- 
1825), Baptist minister of Charleston, S. C, beginning with 
his mother, Rachel (Brodhead) Furman (d. 1794). The 
bulk of the letters are from Furman's children but letters 
from his grandchildren and great-grandchildren are in- 
cluded. 

Gifts, at various times, from different branches of the 
Furman family. 

x * ^ MS 65-88 

Jodson, Charles HaBette, 1820-1907. 
Papers, 1851-1902. ca. 500 items. 

In Furman University Library, South Carolina Baptist 
Historical Collection (Greenville, S.C.) 

Professor and treasurer at Furman University. Corre- 
spondence and business papers, chiefly relating to Judson's 
work at Furman University. 
Gift of the Judson family, ca. 1907. 

MS 65-89 
Manly, Basil, 1798-1868. 

Papers, 1828-68. ca. 60 items. 

In Furman University Library, South Carolina Baptist 
Historical Collection (Greenville, S. C.) 

Baptist clergyman, of Charleston and Greenville, S. C. 
and president of the University of Alabama. Correspond- 
ence relating to Manly's works in Charleston Baptist 
churches, theological education, Furman University, contro- 
versies, discipline, ordinances, the Triennial Baptist Con- 
vention, and the Southern Baptist Convention, slavery, and 
the editing of the "Southern Baptist and general intelli- 
gence," the University of Alabama; themes of Basil Manly, 
Jr. while a student at the University of Alabama, and a 
diary of his life while a graduate student at Princeton Uni- 
versity, 1844-47. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Some of the letters were formerly part of the library's 
James C. Furman collection. 

Gifts of the Furman family ; and Mrs. T. T. Goldsmith. 

MS 65-90 
Manly family. 

Correspondence, 1829-92. 2 ft 

In Furman University Library, South Carolina Baptist 
Historical Collection (Greenville, S. C.) 

Family correspondence (beginning with Elizabeth 
(Maultsby) Manly, the mother of Basil Manly (1798-1868)) 
chiefly between the Manly children and their parents, par- 
ticularly Basil Manly (1825-1892) a theologian. Members 
of the Manly family include Charles Manly, educator, 
Charles Matthews Manly, aeronautical engineer, and John 
Matthews Manly, educator and author. 

Gift of Mrs. T.T. Goldsmith, 196L 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 65-91 
Manning, William Thomas, Bp~, 1866-1949. 
Papers, 1890-1950. 30 feet (15,000 items) 
In General Theological Seminary library (New York) 
Episcopal bishop. Correspondence, diary (1904-49), ser- 
mons and addresses, magazine articles, notebooks, photos., 
program bulletins, and newspaper clippings chiefly centered 
around Manning's service as head of the Diocese of New 
York (1921-46) and as rector of Trinity Parish in New 
York (1908-21). Includes material concerning the build- 
ing of the Cathedral of St John the Divine, New York 
City (1924-49), Christian unity including the world Faith 
and Order movement and the proposed Presbyterian- 
Protestant Episcopal merger of 1940, the Bertrand Russell 
cases (1929 and 1940), marriage and divorce, Percy Grant 
case (1923), William Norman Guthrie (1933), Trinity tene- 
ments (1908-09), and the closing of St. John's Chapel of 
the Trinity Parish. Correspondents include Morgan Dix, 
William DuBose, Thomas Gailor, Howard Chandler Rob- 
bins, Boyd Vincent, and Edward L. Parsons. 

Calendar (in progress) available in the library. Also 
described in Bulletin of the General Theological Seminary, 
v. 50, no. 5 (Nov. 1964) pp. 6-9. 
Information on literary rights available in the repository. 
Gift of the Manning family, 1963. 

MS 65-92 
Seabury, Samuel, 1801-1872. 

Papers, 1830-73. 519 items. 

In General Theological Seminary Library (New York) 

Episcopal clergyman, editor, and professor at the General 
Theological Seminary, New York. Principally letters to 
Seabury as editor of "The Churchman" and other papers 
dealing with the affairs of the Protestant Episcopal Church. 
Correspondents include Thomas Winthrop Coit, Arthur 
Cleveland Coxe, George Washington Doane, Samuel Farmar 
Jarvis, William Augustus Muhlenberg, Benjamin Tredwell 
Onderdonk, Henry TJstick Onderdonk, William Rollinson 
Whitfinghajn, and John Williams. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Gift of Andrew Oliver. 

MS 65-93 
McConaughy, David, 1823-1902. 

Papers, 1863-86. ca. 100 items. 

In Gettysburg College Library, Civil War Institute. 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) and photocopies. 

Founder and secretary of the Battlefield Memorial Asso- 
ciation, Gettysburg, Pa. Correspondence, battle dispatch 
book, maps, documents, a citation by Gen. George Gordon 
Meade to McConaughy, newspapers, memorabilia of the 
Battle of Gettysburg, and other papers relating to the pre- 
servation of the Battlefield at Gettysburg, Pa. Includes 
letters from Northern Civil War leaders, material on mili- 
tary reunions, and a painting, "The charge up east Cemetery 
Hill," by P. F. Rothermel together with his original com- 
mission from the Pennsylvania Legislature to paint the 
series, "The Battle of Gettysburg." 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Gift of the McConaughy family, 1932. 

MS 65-94 
Anderson, Clinton Presba, 1895- 
Papers, 1945-48. 6 ft. 

In Harry S. Truman Library (Independence, Mo.) 
Businessman, Secretary of Agriculture, and U. S. Senator 
from New Mexico. Official and personal correspondence, 
memoranda, reports, and other papers relating to Ander- 
son's service as Secretary of Agriculture during President 
Harry S. Truman's administration. 



Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 
Information on literary rights available in the library. 
Gift of Mr. Anderson, 1962. 



MS 65-95 
Andrews, Stanley, 1895- 

Papers, 1949-53. 1 ft 

In Harry S. Truman library (Independence, Mo.) 

Editor and Government official. Correspondence, memo- 
randa, speeches, reports, press releases and other papers re- 
lating principally to Andrews' career as Director, Office of 
Foreign Agricultural Relations; special consultant, Dept 
of State; and Administrator, Technical Cooperation Ad- 
ministration. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Andrews, 196L 



MS 65-96 
AnsHnger, Harry Jacob, 1892- 

Papers, 1934-64. 134 items. 

In Harry S. Truman library (Independence, Mo.) 

U. S. Commissioner of Narcotics. Reports, articles, news- 
paper clippings, publications, and other papers relating to 
Anslinger's career as Commissioner of Narcotics. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Anslinger, 1963. 



MS 65-97 
Boyd, James, 1904- 

Papers, 1941-59. 5 ft 

In Harry S. Truman Library (Independence, Mo.) 

Educator, Army officer, Government official, and "min- 
ing corporation executive. Correspondence, memoranda, 
speeches, reports, orders, news releases, and other papers re- 
lating to Boyd's activities as an Army officer during World 
War n, Director of the U. S. Bureau of Mines, Adminis- 
trator of the Defense Minerals Administration, and Chair- 
man of the National Science Foundation Advisory Commis- 
sion on Mineral Research. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 

Information available on literary rights in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Boyd, 1961. 



MS65-98 
Campbell, Wallace J 1910- 

Papers, 1948-59. 19 ft. 

In Harry S. Truman Library (Independence, Mo.) 

Cooperative organization executive. Correspondence,- 
memoranda, notes, minutes, reports, clippings, and other 
papers documenting Campbell's service as director of the 
Washington, D. C, office of the Cooperative League of the 
U. S. A; editor of the magazine, CO-OP; chairman of the 
Executive Committee of CARE ; and member of the TJ. S. 
National Commission for UNESCO. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of the Cooperative League of the U. S. A I960. 



13 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 65-09 
Chapman, Oscar Littleton, 1896- 

Papers, 1931-52. 52 ft. 

In Harry S. Truman Library (Independence, Mo.) 

Lawyer and Secretary of the Interior. Correspondence, 
memoranda, speeches, reports, statements, and other papers 
relating to Chapman's work as Assistant Secretary and 
Secretary of the Interior. Includes materials documenting 
his activities in Colorado and national politics. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. . 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 
Gift of Oscar L. Chapman, 1960. 

nu>^ t v «. -a MS65-100 

Clark, John Davidson, 1884- 

Papers, 1946-52. 1 ft 

In Harry S. Truman Library (Independence, Mo.) 

Economist, educator, and Government official Corre- 
spondence, memoranda, reports, and other papers relating 
to dark s career as a member of the President's Councilof' 
Economic Advisors. Includes an unpublished ms. concern- 
ing the history of the Council of Economic Advisors during 
the Truman _ administration's first term, 1946-48. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted bv the 
library. J 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 
Gift of Mr. Clark, I960. 

Committee for the Marshall Plan. .«>m»-u»i 

Records, 1947-51. 409 items. 
In Harry S. Truman Library (Independence, Mo.) 
Uuefly financial records of the committee, a private or- 
ganization, formed in 1947 for the purpose of winning over 
American public opinion to acceptance of the European Re- 
covery Program; and minutes and agenda of its executive 
committee (1947-48). 
Open to investigators under library restrictions 
Jiiformation on literary rights available in the library 
Gift of Hugh Moore and Clark M Eichelberger, 1963.' 

^u~ *. , MS 65-102 

Cooperative League of the U. S. A. 

Records of the Washington Office, 1936-49. 70 ft 
In Harry S. Truman Library (Independence, Mo ) 
Correspondence to and from officials of the league Gov- 
ernment officials, officials and members of cooperatives, and 
other persons and organizations,- mimeographed minutes, 
releases, and promotional and educational materials prepared 
by or for the league, a federation of national and regional 
consumer, service, and supply cooperatives. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. J 

Information on literary rights available in the library 
Gift of the league, 1960. 



Davis, Michael Marks, 1879- MS 65-103 

Papers, 1939-55. ca. 10,000 items on 11 reels of microfilm 
(positive) 

In Harry S. Truman Library (Independence, Mo.) 
_M^rofilmcopies made from the originals in the library of 
Dr. Davis, Chevy Chase, Md. 

Medical administrator. Correspondence, speech files, 
minutes, legislative files, publications, and other papers re- 
lating to the health programs advocated by the Truman ad- 
ministration. Includes records of the Committee for the 
Nation's Health; files of President Truman's principal 



14 



speeches and messages concerning his health program with 
related correspondence and press releases; texts of bills re- 
lating to health insurance; and material relating to the 
activities of the American Medical Association and the Na- 
tional Physicians Committee in regard to the Truman health 
program. 

Information on literary rights available in the library 

Gift of Dr. Davis, 1962. 

..„„.,„. MS 65-104 

Davis, Nathaniel Penistone, 1895- 
Papers, 1916-57. 1 box. 

In Harry S. Truman Library (Independence, Mo.) 
Foreign^ Service officer. Correspondence, diaries, speech 
files, clippings, and other papers documenting Davis' career 
in the Foreign Service, including his service as Minister- 
Counselor in the Philippines, Minister to Costa Rica, and 
Minister to Hungary. Includes documents pertaining to his 
experiences as a prisoner of the Japanese during World 
Warn. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library 
Gift of Mr. Davis, 196L 

Donaldson, Jesse M 1885- MS 66-105 

Papers, 1948-52. 1 ft. 

In Harry S. Truman Library (Independence, Mo.) 

U. S. Postmaster General. Letters of congratulation re- 
ceived upon Donaldson's appointment as Postmaster Gen- 
eral, speeches and statements made by him while in that 
office, and newspaper clippings concerning his public career 

Information on literary rights available in the library 

Gift of Mr. Donaldson, 1960. 

_ . „ ,. MS65-106 

Foley, Raymond M 1890- 

Papers, 1946-53. 2ft 

In Harry S. Truman Library (Independence, Mo.) 

Government official. Correspondence, memoranda, 
speeches, press releases, pamphlets, and other papers relat- 
ing principally to Foley's career as Commissioner of the 
Federal Housing Administration and Administrator of the 
Housing and Home Finance Agency. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library 

Gift of Mr. Foley, 1962. 

« . ~ , „ MS 65-107 

Foskett, James H 1898-1961, 

Papers, 1919-54. 1ft. 

In Harry S. Truman Library (Independence, Mo.) 
Naval officer and naval aide to President Harry S. Tru- 
man. Correspondence, diaries, speeches, reports, orders, and 
other materials relating to Foskett's naval career. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library 
Gift of Mrs. Foskett, 1962. 

MS 65-108 
Freer, Robert Elliot, 1896-1962. 
Papers, 1933-62. 23 ft. 

In Harry S. Truman Library (Independence, Mo.) 
Lawyer and Government official. Correspondence, 
speeches, reports, legal files, press releases, and other papers. 
Includes personal correspondence and materials relating to 
Freer's private legal practice in Washington, D. C,and his 
service as a member of the Federal Trade Commission. 
_Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 

Information on literary rights available in the library 
Gift of Mrs. Freer, 1963. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 65-109 
Galvin, Michael J 1907-1963. 

Papers, 1933-63. 10 ft. 

In Harry S. Truman Library (Independence, Mo.) 
Lawyer, Government official, and Army officer. Corre- 
spondence, memoranda, reports, maps, newspaper clippings, 
publications, and other materials chiefly relating to Galvin's 
activities as an Army officer during and after World War 
n and his service as a State senator in the Massachusetts 
Legislature with some material relating to his service as 
Under Secretary of Labor. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 
Gift of Mrs. Eleanor H. Galvin, 1961 

. . MS 66-110 

Gardner, Warner Winslow, 1909- 

Papers, 1934-47. 2 ft. 

In Harry S. Truman Library (Independence, Mo.) 

Lawyer and Government official Correspondence, 
memoranda, reports, newspaper clippings, and other mate- 
rials documenting Gardner's career as U. S. Supreme Court 
law clerk, special assistant to the Attorney General, Solicitor 
of the Dept of Labor, and Solicitor of the Dept. of the 
Interior. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 
Information on literary rights available in the library. 
Gift of Mr. Gardner, 1962. 



MS 65-111 
Gibson, John W 1910- 

Papers, 1935-54. 20 ft 

In Harry S. Truman Library (Independence, Mo.) 

Labor union and Government official. Correspondence, 
memoranda, speech files, reports, charts, and other materials 
documenting Gibson's career as an official of the United 
Dairy Workers Union, vice president and president of the 
Michigan CIO Council, chairman of the Dept of Labor and 
Industry of the State of Michigan, Assistant Secretary of 
Labor, Chairman of the U. S. Displaced Persons Commis- 
sion, consultant to the Association of Launderers, and presi- 
dent of the Premium Distributing Company. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 
Gift of Mr. Gibson, 1961. 



MS65-112 
Herzog, Paul M 1906- 

Papers, 1931-62. 5 ft 

In Harry S. Truman Library (Independence, Mo.) 

Lawyer, educator, and Government official Correspond- 
ence, speeches, publications, clippings, and other papers. 
Includes personal correspondence files and materials relat- 
ing to Herzog's service as a member and chairman of the 
New York State Labor Relations Board, chairman of the 
National Labor Relations Board, associate dean of the Har- 
vard School of Public Administration, and executive vice 
president and president of the American Arbitration Asso- 
ciation; and items concerning the activities of the Commit- 
tee on Conflict of Interest Statutes of the Association of the 
Bar of the City of New York and the New York State Ad- 
visory Council, Labor and Management Improper Practices 
Act of New York. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Herzog, 1962. 



15 



MS 65-113 
Holland, Loo E 1878-1960. 

Papers, 1916-60. 119 ft 

In Harry S. Truman library (Independence, Mo.) 

Businessman and Government official. Correspondence, 
memoranda, speeches, reports, scrapbooks, clippings, publi- 
cations, and other papers relating to the Holland Engraving 
Company and to Holland's activities as president of the Mid 
Central War Resources Board; chairman of the Smaller 
War Plants Corporation; chairman of the Mayor's Avia- 
tion Advisory Board, Kansas City, Mo.; trustee of the Com- 
mittee for Economic Development; president of the Associ- 
ated Advertising Clubs of the World; president of the 
American Automobile Association; president of the Na- 
tional Better Business Bureau; and president of the Kansas 
City, Mo., Chamber of Commerce. Includes personal cor- 
respondence files. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Lorance M Holland and Mr. L Garratt 
Holland, 1963. 

MS66-114 
Houston, John C 1909- 

Papers, 1945-54. ca. 115 items. 

In Harry S. Truman Library (Independence, Mo.) 

Government official and businessman. Correspondence, 
memoranda, directives, press releases, and other papers relat- 
ing to Houston's service with the War Production Board, 
with the Civilian Production Administration, as special 
assistant in the White House Office, and as Executive Vice 
Chairman and Acting Chairman of the Munitions Board. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Houston, 1962. 



MS 65-115 
Johnson, Herschel Y 1894- 

Papers, 1929-53. 6 ft 

In Harry S. Truman Library (Independence, Mo.) 

Foreign Service officer. Correspondence, speeches, press 
releases, newspaper clippings, and other papers documenting 
Johnson's career in the U. S. Foreign Service, including 
service as Minister to Sweden, 1941-46; Deputy U S. Rep- 
resentative on the U. N. Security Council, 1946-48 ; and U. S. 
Ambassador to Brazil, 1948-53. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by "the 
library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Johnson, 1962. 



MS 65-116 
Jones, James WeMon, 1896- 

Papers, 1929-54. 10 ft 

In Harry S. Truman Library (Independence, Mo.) 

Government official Correspondence, memoranda, 
speeches, personal files, reports, publications, and other 
papers chiefly concerned with Jones' service as Insular Audi- 
tor, Acting High Commissioner, and Financial Advisor to 
the High Commissioner of the Philippines, 1933-40; and as 
Assistant Director of the U. S. Bureau of the Budget The 
greater part of the material relates to Philippine affairs. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Jones, 1962. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



— MS 65-117 

Jones, Joseph Marion, 1908- 

Papers, 1947. ca. 200 items. 

In Harry S. Truman Library (Independence, Mo.) 

Author and Government official Correspondence, memo- 
randa, speeches, notes, press releases, and other papers per- 
taining to the formulation of the Truman Doctrine and the 
Marshall Plan assembled by Jones while serving in the 
Dept of State as special assistant to the Assistant Secretary 
of State for Public Affairs. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Jones, 1961. 



MS 65-118 
Kaiser, Philip M 1913- 

Papers, 1948-54. 2 ft. 

In Harry- S. Truman Library (Independence, Mo.) 

Government official. Correspondence, memoranda, speech 
files, articles, and other papers principally relating to Kai- 
ser's work as Assistant Secretary of Labor for International 
Labor Affairs and as TJ. S. Government member of the gov- 
erning body of the International Labor Office. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Kaiser, 1962. 

MS 65-119 
Kenney, W John, 1904- 

Papers, 1946-49. 1 ft. 

In Harry S. Truman Library (Independence, Mo.) 

Lawyer and Government official. Correspondence file for 
the period of Kenney's service as Under Secretary of the 
Navy and file of speeches delivered and testimony given to 
congressional committees during his tenure as Assistant Sec- 
retary of the Navy and Under Secretary of the Navy. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Kenney, 1964. 

MS 65-120 
Lawton, Frederick J 1900- 

Papers, 1917-63. 5 ft 

In Harry S. Truman Library (Independence, Mo.) 

Government official. Correspondence, memoranda, speech 
files, bulletins, circulars, and other papers documenting 
Lawton's Government career, including his service as ad- 
ministrative assistant to the President, 1948; Assistant Di- 
rector of the Bureau of the Budget, 1949; Director of the 
Bureau of the Budget, 1950-53; and member of the Civil 
Service Commission, 1953-63. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Lawton, 1962-63. 



MS65-121 
Lloyd, David Demarest, 1911-1962. 

Papers, 1949-63. 29 ft. 

In Harry S. Truman Library (Independence, Mo.) 
Lawyer and Government official. Correspondence, memo- 
randa, speech files, reports, press releases, newspaper clip- 
pings, and publications reflecting Lloyd's work as adminis- 
trative assistant to President Harry S. Truman and as execu- 
tive director of the Harry S. Truman Library, inc., and his 
interests in the work of the Americans for Democratic Ac- 
tion, the Democratic National Committee, the National Con- 



16 



ference on International Economic and Social Development, 
and the Salk Institute. Includes personal correspondence 
files. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Lloyd, 1963. 



MS 65-122 
Locke, Edwin Allen, 1910- 

Papers, 1941-53. 2 ft 

In Harry S. Truman Library (Independence, Mo.) 

Corporation executive and Government official Corre- 
spondence, memoranda, reports, notes, clippings, and other 
papers relating to Locke's activities as an official of the War 
Production Board, executive assistant to the President's 
Personal Representative in China, special assistant to the 
President of the United States, special representative of the 
Secretary of State, and Ambassador to the Near East. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Locke, 196L 



MS65-123 
McGrath, Earl James, 1902- 

Papers, 1947-53. 3 reels of microfilm (negative) 

In Harry S. Truman Library (Independence, Mo.) 

Microfilm copies from the originals in the possession of 
Dr. McGrath. 

Educator. Letters, addresses, articles, statements, and 
forewords prepared by McGrath during bis service as U. S. 
Commissioner of Education. 

Research access restricted. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Dr. McGrath, 1958. 



MS 65-124 
McGrath, James Howard, 1903- 

Papers, 1934-52. 93 ft 

In Harry S. Truman Library (Independence, Ma) 

Lawyer, politician, and Government official Correspond- 
ence, memoranda, speeches, legislative files, reports, clip- 
pings, and other papers relating to McGratb's career as 
Governor of Bhode Island, U. S. Solicitor General U. S. 
Senator from Bhode Island, chairman of the Democratic 
National Committee, and U. S. Attorney General 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. McGrath, 1960. 



MS 65-125 
Mitchell Stephen A 1903- 

Papers, 1947-60. 40 ft 

In Harry S. Truman Library (Independence, Mo.) 

Lawyer and chairman of the Democratic National Com- 
mittee. Correspondence, memoranda, speech files, reports, 
press releases, scrapbooks, and newspaper clippings relating 
principally to Mitchell's political activities. Includes per- 
sonal correspondence files. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. MitcheU, 1963. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



. MS65-126 

Murphy, Charles S 1909- 

Papers, 1951-61. 6 ft. 

In Harry S. Truman Library (Independence, Mo.) 

Lawyer and Government official Correspondence, memo- 
randa, notes, speech files, and other materials relating to 
Murphy's career as special counsel to the President of the 
United States, 1951-53, and as personal advisor to former 
President Harry S. Truman, 1953-61. 
_ Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Murphy, 1961. 



MS65-127 
National Aircraft War Production Council. 

Records, 1942-45. 12 ft 

In Harry S. Truman Library (Independence, Mo.) 

Correspondence, reports, memoranda, minutes of meet- 
ings, working schedules, and other papers relating to the 
activities of the council in coordinating and expediting the 
work of the American aircraft manufacturing industry dur- 
ing World War n. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Richard C. Palmer, 196L 



MS 65-128 
National Committee Against limiting the Presidency. 

Records, 1940-51. 149 items. 

In Harry S. Truman Library (Independence, Mo.) 

In part, photocopies made by the library from originals 
in the possession of Daniel F. Clancy, of Gahanna, Ohio. 

Correspondence, clipping files, publications, and other 
materials of a committee founded in 1949 to oppose the rati- 
fication of the 22d Amendment to the U. S. Constitution. 
Includes correspondence (prior to 1949) concerning Daniel 
F. Clancy's opposition to. the limitation of the Presidency to 
two terms. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Gift of Daniel F. Clancy, 1963. 



„ .. ,_ MS 65-129 

National Security Committee. 

Records, 1946-48. 1ft. 

In Harry S. Truman Library (Independence, Mo.) 

Correspondence, administrative records, bulletins, press 
releases, and publications of the committee, a private organi- 
zation formed to support an adequate program of national 
security and particularly to give backing to President Harry 
S. 'Truman's proposed universal military training program. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available in the library 

Gift of Worthington Thompson, 1963. 



«wi_ n , MS 65-130 

CrConnell, Joseph James, 1905- 

Papers, 1944-47. 1ft 

In Harry S. Truman Library (Independence, Mo.) 

Lawyer and Government official Transcripts of official 
telephone calls and lists of visitors during O'Connell's 
service as General Counsel of the Treasury Dept. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library 

GrftofMr.O'Connell,1963. 



MSTO-131 



Pace, Frank C 1912- 

Papers, 1946-53. 10 ft 

In Harry S. Truman library (Independence, Mo.) 

Lawyer, Government official, and corporation executive. 
Correspondence, speeches, calendars, scrapbooks, and other 
papers relating principally to Pace's service as Assistant 
Director and Director of the Bureau of the Budget and as 
Secretary of the Army. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Pace, 1962. 

MS65-132 
Pike, Sumner Tucker, 1891- 

Papers, 1920-6L 7 ft 

In Harry S. Truman Library (Independence, Mo.) 

Government official Correspondence, speeches, reports, 
clippings, and publications chiefly relating to Pike's service 
as Commissioner of the 17. S. Securities and Exchange Com- 
mission, 1940-46, and as a member of the TJ. S. Atomic 
Energy Commission, 1946-51. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Pike, 1962. 



MS65-133 
Redding, John M 1908- 

Papers, 1938-56. lift 

In Harry S. Truman Library (Independence, Mo.) 

Author, Government official, and businessman. Cor- 
respondence, memoranda, rough drafts, reports, press re- 
leases, and other papers relating to Bedding's career as an 
author, Army officer during World War n, publicity director 
of the Democratic National Committee, Assistant Post- 
master General, and consultant to the Advisory Committee 
to the Trucking Industry. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Bedding, 196L 



MS 65-134 
Rigdon, William McKinley, 1904- 

Papers, 1945-53. 1 ft 

In Harry S. Truman Library (Independence, Mo.) 

Naval officer. Correspondence, memoranda, notes, orders, 
clippings, and other papers relating to Rigdon's career as 
assistant naval aide to President Harry S. Truman. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Rigdon, 1964. 



MS 65-135 
Rosenman, Samuel Irving, 1896- 

Papers, 1945-49. 3 ft 

;In Harry S. Truman Library (Independence, Mo.) 

Lawyer and judge. Correspondence, memoranda, reports, 
speeches, and other papers relating principally to Rosenman's 
work as special counsel to President Harry S. Truman. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Rosenman, 1961-62. 



17 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



„ „ MS 65-136 

Ross, Charles Griffith, 1885-1950. 

Papers, 1945-50. 5 ft. 

In Harry S. Truman library (Independence, Mo.) 

Reporter, editor, and press secretary to President Harry 
S. Truman. Correspondence, memoranda, transcripts of 
press and radio conferences, notes, press releases, and other 
papers relating principally to Ross' career as press secretary 
to President Truman. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Florence G. Roberts, 1960. 

... „ A „ , MS-65-137 

Schindler, Alfred, 1894- 

Papers, 1934^-55. 14 ft. 

In Harry S. Truman Library (Independence, Mo.) 
Business executive and Government official Correspond- 
ence, memoranda, reports, bulletins, magazine articles, news- 
paper clippings, and other papers relating principally to 
Schindlert work as special assistant to the Secretary of Com- 
merce and Chief of the Consultant Division, Defense Plant 
Corporation, 1942-43; and Under Secretary of Commerce, 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 
Information on literary rights available in the library 
Gift of Mr. Schindler, 1960. 

MS 65-138 
Simons, Frieda (Hennock) 1904-1960. 

Papers, 1948-55. 8 ft. 

In Harry S. Truman Library (Independence, Mo.) 

Lawyer and Government official. Correspondence, briefs, 
statements, articles, publications, and other papers relating 
to Miss Hemlock's service, prior to her marriage, as a mem- 
ber of the Federal Communications Commission. Much of 
the material pertains to the subject of educational television. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of William H. Simons, 1961. 

MS 65-139 
Smith, Bryee B 1878-1962. 

Papers, 1924-62. 2 ft. 

In Harry S. Truman Library (Independence, Mo.) 

Business executive and public official. Correspondence, 
speeches, statements, newspaper clippings, publications, and 
other papers chiefly pertaining to Smith's career as a public 
official in Kansas City, Mo., including his service as mayor 
and member of the Board of Education. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Betty Northcutt and Mrs. Viola S. Hamilton, 
1963. 

MS 65-140 
Spingarn, Stephen Joel, 1908- 

Papers, 1944-64. 22 ft. 

In Harry S. Truman Library (Independence, Mo.) 

Government official Correspondence files, memoranda, 
reports, press releases, and clipping files relating to 
Spingarn's service with the Treasury Dept. as attorney and 
As s istan t General Counsel, 1940-42 and 1946-49; activities 
in connection with the Counter-intelligence Corps, 1944-53 ; 
his service on the White House staff, 1949-50; and his term 
as a member of the Federal Trade Commission. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Spingarn, 1961-34. 



18 



MS 65-141 
Stowe, David H 1910- 

Papers, 1947-52. 3 ft. 

In Harry S. Truman Library (Independence, Mo.) 

Government official. Correspondence, memoranda, re- 
ports, and other papers relating to Stowe : s career as special 
assistant in the White House Office and as administrative 
assistant to President Harry S. Truman. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Stowe, 1963. 

MS 65-142 
Snyder, John Wesley, 1895- 
Papers, 1945-53. 26 ft. 

In Harry S. Truman Library (Independence, Mo.) 
Banker, corporation executive, and Secretary of the 
Treasury. Correspondence, memoranda, reports, speeches, 
hearings, and other papers relating principally to Snyder's 
career as Secretary of the Treasury during the administra- 
tion of President Harry S. Truman. 

_ Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 
Information on literary rights available in the library. 
Gift of Mr. Snyder, 1961-64. 

MS 65-143 
Tannenwald, Theodore, 1916- 

Papers, 1947-57. 4 ft. 

In Harry S. Truman Library (Independence, Mo.) 

Lawyer and Government official. Correspondence, speech 
files, press releases, newspaper clippings, publications, and 
other papers relating mainly to Tannenwald's work as 
counsel to the special assistant to the President, Averell 
Harriman, 1947-49; Assistant Director for Mutual Security; 
and Chief of Staff to the Director for Mutual Security, 
1951-53. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Tannenwald, 1962. 

_ MS 65-14* 

Vaughan, Harry H 1893- 

Papers, 1916-62. 2 ft. 

In Harry S. Truman Library (Independence, Mo.) 

Microfilm copies (2 reels positive) made at the National 
Archives of the original scrapbooks in the possession of 
General Vaughan. 

Army officer. Correspondence, reports, publications and 
other papers relating principally to Vaughan's service as a 
military aide to President Harry S. Truman; together with 
scrapbooks documenting Vaughan's military career be- 
ginning with World War i. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of General Vaughan, 1964. 

MS 65-145 
Truman, Harry S„ Pres. U. S., 1884- 
Papers, 1935-53. 3245 ft. 

In Harry S. Truman Library (Independence, Mo.) 
Correspondence, memoranda, speech files, notes, press re- 
leases, scrapbooks, clippings, and other papers documenting 
Truman's career as 17. S. Senator from Missouri, Vice Presi- 
dent of the United States, and President of the United 
States. The senatorial papers are chiefly from his second 
term and consist mainly of correspondence with constitu- 
ents and others. The Presidential papers include the 
White House Central Files for the Truman administration 



Truman, Harry S, Pres. U. &, 1884- 
(Continued) 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



Papers, 1935-53. 



and the files of certain members of the White House staff, of 
the White House Official Reporter, of the White House So- 
cial Office, of the White House Telephone Office, and of the 
White House Office of Social Correspondence. 

The senatorial papers (1935-1945) were formerly in the 
University of Missouri library, Western Historical Manu- 
scripts Collection, and had been cataloged on card number 
MS 61-9. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Truman, 1957. 

„ MS 65-146 

Veatch, Nathan Thomas, 1886- 

Papers, 1926-33. 1 box. 

In Harry S. Truman Library (Independence, Mo.) 

Engineer. Correspondence and other papers relating to 
the highway construction program approved by the voters 
of Jackson Co., Mo., in 1928 and 193L Includes reports 
dated 1927 and 1933 prepared by Veatch and E. M. Stayton 
as consulting engineers to the Jackson County Court at the 
request of Harry S. Truman, then presiding judge of that 
court. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 

Information on literarv rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Veatch, 196*1. 

MS 65-147 
Wallgren, Monrad Charles, 1891-1961. 

Papers, 1945-59. 2 ft 

In Harry S. Truman Library (Independence, Ma) 

Government official Correspondence, memoranda, 
speeches, scrapbooks, clippings, and other papers relating 
principally to Wallgren's service as Governor of Washing- 
ton and as Chairman of the Federal Power Commission. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Wallgren, 1962. 

„ . _ MS65-148 

Wanng, Frank A 1901- 

Papers, 1946-51. 2 ft. 

In Harry S. Truman Library (Independence, Mo.) 
Government official. Correspondence, memoranda, notes, 
opinions, dippings, and other papers documenting Waring's 
career as Chairman of the Philippine War Damage Com- 
mission. Includes copies of the official minutes of the com- 
mission. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 
Information on literary rights available in the library. 
Gift of Mr. Waring, 1962. 

MS 65-149 
Webb, James Edwin, 1906- 

Papers, 1928-60. 41ft. 

In Harry S. Truman Library (Independence, Mo.) 
Government official and businessman. Correspondence, 
memoranda, speech files, personal business records, reports, 
press releases, and other papers. Includes personal corre- 
spondence ; materials documenting Webb's career as Director 
of the Bureau of the Budget, Under Secretary of State, and 
Admini strator of the National Aeronautics and Space Ad- 
ministration; and items relating to his work with the Na- 



19 



tional Advisory Cancer Council, the National Aeronautics 
Association, the Committee for Economic Development, the 
Oak Ridge Institute of Nuclear Studies, and the Frontiers of 
Science Foundation of Oklahoma, and to his activities as a 
member of the Board of Trustees of George Washington Uni- 
versity and as a member of the Committee to Study the Mili- 
tary Assistance Program. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Webb, 1962-63. 



-» „ MS65-150 

Wotfsohn, Joel D 1900-196L 

Papers, 1937-52. 5 ft. 

In Harry S. Truman Library (Independence, Mo.) 

Lawyer and Government official Correspondence, memo- 
randa, speeches, reports, clippings, and other papers relat- 
ing to Wolfsohn's career as an official of the Dept. of the 
Interior, including his service as assistant to the Secretary 
of the Interior and as Assistant Secretary of the Interior. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. , 

Information on literary rights available in the library 

Gift of Mrs. Wolfsohn, 1964. 



-..-,.' MS65-151 

Yates, Sidney R 1909- 

Papers, 1949-62. 53 ft. 

In Harry S. Truman Library (Independence, Mo.) 

Lawyer and U. S. Representative from Illinois. Corre- 
spondence, memoranda, reports, newsletters, publications, 
and other papers documenting Yates' service as a member 
of the House of Representatives from the 9th Illinois Dis- 
trict. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by Um 
library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library 
Gift of Mr. Yates, 1962. 



MS 65-152 
Friends, Society of. American Friends Service Committee. 
Archives, 1917-63. 1155 ft. 
In Haverford College Library. 

Correspondence, minutes, reports, personnel data, financial 
papers, publications, mimeographed serials, press releases, 
newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, awards, gifts, recordings, 
photos., glass slides, posters, and other material covering 
work in relief and rehabilitation (especially after World Wars 
i and re), refugee aid, social and technical assistance, inter- 
national affairs, peace education, community relations, and 
youth services. Includes mss. and correspondence of Henry 
J. Cadbury (b. 1883), Rufus M. Jones (1863-1948), and 
Clarence E. Pickett (b. 1884) material on the 1947 Nobel 
Peace Prize; and records of the following organizations: 
American Relief for India, Emergency Peace Campaign, 
Friends Service, inc., and National Japanese- American Stu- 
dent Relocation Council. 
Unpublished guide to the published material in the library. 
Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 
Information on literary rights available at tha library. 
Deposited by the committee, 1941-63. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 65-153 
Friends, Society of. London Yearly Meeting. 

Records, 1673-1860. 16 reels of microfilm. 

In Haverford College Library, Quaker Collection. 

Microfilm copy (15 reels positive, 1 reel negative) of 
originals in the Friends Library, London. 

Correspondence (1757-1815) between Meeting for Suffer- 
ings of London Yearly Meeting and Meeting for Sufferings 
in Philadelphia; correspondence of the London Yearly 
Meeting with governors of different provinces in America; 
minutes (1688-1860) and Morning Meeting records (1673- 
1726). 

Listed in the Union list of microfilms, Supplement, 1949/ 
59, v. 1. 

Purchased from the Friends Library, London, 1950-52. 



This number not used 



MS 65-154 



MS65-155 
Haverford College. Library. 

Journal and diary collection, ca. 1712-1952. ca. 53 ft. 

In Haverford College Library, Quaker Collection. 
_ Journals and diaries containing information on Quaker 
life, religious attitudes, world travel, economics, and politics. 
Includes abstracts from the life of Mary (Proude) Sprin- 
gett Penington (1616-1682) ; journal (1759-1813) of George 
Churchman (1730-1814) describing Friends' hardships dur- 
ing the American Revolution; diaries and memoranda 
(1784-96) of John Parrish (1730-1807) concerning slavery; 
journal (1794-98) of "William Savery (1750-1804) telling of 
his ministry in America and Europe; diaries (1814-70) of 
Jacob R. Elfreth (1789-1870) and diaries (1861-1924) of 
Jacob R. Elfreth (1837-1924) recording daily life in and 
around Philadelphia; journal (1904-37) of William Charles 
Allen (1857-1938) concerning travels in the ministrv to 
Puerto Rico, the Far East, Gt .Brit, Europe, and Africa, 
and his diary of World War i years, discussing the effect of 
propaganda on the American people. 

Indexed in the library's card catalog. Also described in 
Survey of manuscript collections at Haverford College, 
1940-41, bv Paul Bleyden. 

„ _, , MS 65-156 

Haverford College. Library. 

Miscellaneous Quaker manuscripts, 1655-1954. ca. 17 ft 
and 62 reels of microfilm. 

In Haverford College Library, Quaker Collection. 

In part, transcripts (typewritten), photocopies (positive) 
and microfilm (47 reels positive and 15 reels negative) made 
from originals owned by the Boston Public Library; Col- 
chester, Eng., Monthly Meeting; Friends Library, London; 
and private hands. 

_ Correspondence, sermons, dissertations, maps, deeds, mar- 
riage certificates, and other papers. Includes material on 
the founding and development of the William Penn Charter 
School, Philadelphia, and other papers (1824-1911) of Ed- 
ward Bettle (1841-1912); correspondence of Morris Evans 
Leeds (1869-1952) pertaining to the first window envelope, 
invented ca. 1861 by Lewis Walker Leeds (1827-1896) ; let- 
ters (1839-44) to Thomas P. Nichols, concerning the Wil- 
burite separation in New York and Rhode Island, including 
four from John Wilbur (1774-1856) ; correspondence (1756- 
73) of Israel Pemberton (1715-1779) concerning the In- 
dians; the Stephen Crisp collection of Quaker letters (1655- 
91) ; business papers (1772-76) of Owen Biddle, a Philadel- 
phia merchant; card catalog and index of Friends' Library, 
London and selections from four of its manuscript collec- 
tions: the Barclay mss., the correspondence (1655-62) of 
William Dewsbury (d. 1688), the Spence mss., and the 
Swarthmore mss.; 21 notebooks of T. Chalkley Matlack (fl. 
1934) containing histories, photos, and other data about 
. Friends' Meetings in the Middle Atlantic States; records 



20 



(1835-42) of the Friends' Reading Room Association, Phil- 
adelphia; minutes (1838-46) of the American Free Produce 
Association; records (1821-57) of the TnfliMia Society of 
Anti-Slavery Friends; and minutes (1821-56) of the Com- 
mittee on Indian Concerns, TnHimm Yearly Meeting. 

Indexed in card catalog in library. 

Gifts and purchases from many sources. 

Items added periodically. 

MS65-157 
Cannon, Joseph Gnrney, 1836-1926. 

Correspondence, 1883-1926. 62 items. 

In Illinois State Historical Library. 

U. S. Representative from Illinois. Chiefly letters (1883- 
1900) from Cannon to Asa J. Baber, banker and politician 
in Paris, HI., mostly concerning State politics and some 
concerning national politics and legislation. Other corre- 
spondents include Shelby Moore Cvdlom; Alfred M Jones, 
chairman of the Illinois Republican Central Committee; 
Helen LeSeure, Cannon's granddaughter; Frank O. Low- 
den; and Edith Kermit Roosevelt. 

Gift of Mrs. Joseph Barahart, 1963. 

MS 65-158 
Craig, Mary Ann (Poaey) 

Incoming correspondence, 1830-78. 71 items. 

In Illinois State Historical Library. 

Letters written to Mary Ann (Posey) Craig and her hus- 
band Edward Craig, of Jacksonville, EL, from members of 
the Posey and Craig families in Bloomington, Bushnell, 
Chicago, Jacksonville, Peru, RantouL and Urbana, HL, and 
elsewhere including a letter (1862) from John W. Craig 
while a hospital steward for the 10th Illinois Infantry at 
New Madrid, Mo. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Maurice A. Craig, 1963. 

MS 65-159 
Hinch, Benjamin P. 

Correspondence, 1838-56. 102 items. 

In Illinois State Historical Library. 

Postmaster at New Haven, HL, and member of the 19th 
Illinois General Assembly. Letters concerning State and 
local politics in Gallatin Co., HL, received from IT. S. Rep- 
resentatives, members of the Illinois General Assembly, 
political associates, and constituents; together with letters 
(1838-55) from Hindi's brother, H. Hinch in St. Francis- 
ville, La., concerning his term as mayor of St. Francisville 
during the 1830's, flat boatmen, rioting among the Irish, 
fears of Negro insurrections, and economic and social condi- 
tions in West Feliciana Parish. Correspondents include 
U. S. Representatives from Illinois: Willis Allen, John A. 
McClernand, and Samuel S. Marshall; Illinois Assembly- 
men: Thomas S. Hick, George Leviston, Dempsey Odum, 
William H. Stickney, and Edwin Webb; and political asso- 
ciates in Shawneetown, HL ; J. B. Barger, William Edwards. 
andJ.E.Hall. 

Acquired from Richard J. Hooker, 1963. 

MS65-160 
Kennedy, William J d. 1863. 

Correspondence, 1861-63. 170 items. 

In Illinois State Historical Library. 

Soldier in 55th Illinois Infantry, Company G. Chiefly 
letters from Kennedy to his wife, Jane M. Kennedy, con- 
cerning the Battle of Shiloh, the advance on Corinth, the 
Tallahatchie Campaign, the Battles of Chickasaw Bayou and 
A r ka n sas Post, the Siege of Vicksburg, and other move- 
ments of the 55th Illinois Infantry. Includes two letters 
from Gayoso Hospital in Memphis, Tenn., informing Mrs. 
Kennedy of her husband's death, letters to Kennedy, a few 
letters from relatives; and same poetry by Mrs. Kennedy 
concerning the deaths of her husband and small son. 

Acquired from the Abraham Lincoln Book Shop, 1963. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS65-161 
Springfield, I1L First Methodist Church. 

Records, 1836-1927. 4 reels of microfilm (positive) 

In Illinois State Historical Library. 

Microfilm copy of originals in the possession of the First 
Methodist Church, Springfield, HI 

Minutes of meetings of leaders and stewards of the Official 
Board (1841-1901); minutes of trustees meetings (1838- 
1915) ; minutes of the Quarterly Conference (1861-96) ; 
records of membership, classes, births, baptisms, marriages, 
and deaths (1851-1927) ; a published history of the church 
(1947) by William Guthrie Piersel; and a MB. of an unpub- 
lished history of the Women's Foreign Missionary Society 
of the First M. £. Church in Springfield (1895) by Mrs. 
Joseph Wallace. 

Unpublished guide available in the library. 

Gift of the First Methodist Church, 1963. 



MS 65-162 
Trumbull, Lyman, 1813-1896. 

Papers, 1821-1917. ca. 2 ft. (2970 items) 

In Illinois State Historical Library. 

U. S. Senator from Illinois and justice of the Illinois Su- 
preme Court Correspondence, diaries, speeches and ad- 
dresses, financial and legal papers, photos., scrapbooks, and 
clippings. Includes correspondence of Trumbull's first 
wife, Julia (Jayne) Trumbull; correspondence and diary 
(1882-85) of his second wife, Mary (Ingraham) Trumbull; 
letters to Abraham Lincoln from W. F. M. Arney, W. C. 
Flagg, Thomas J. Henderson, Edward O*ho Ord, and 
Richard J. Oglesby; and letters (1821-30) from Alfred 
Cowles of Illinois to Stephen B. Munn in New York City 
concerning Illinois land Correspondents include Lyman 
Abbott, John Quincy Adams, James G. Blaine, William 
Jennings Bryan, William Butler, Zachariah Chandler, 
Grover Cleveland, Schuyler Colfax, Shelby M Cullom, 
Clarence S. Darrow, David Davis, Jesse K. Dubois, Richard 
T. Ely, Hamilton Fish, Melville W. Fuller, Ozias M Hatch, 
William H. Herndon, Virgil Hickox, Gershom Jayne, Wil- 
liam Jayne, Norman B. Judd, Gustav Koerner, John Law, 
Abraham Lincoln, Robert Todd Lincoln, John A. Logan, 
Mrs. John A. Logan, Lawrence E. McCann, William L. 
Marcy, Edwin D. Morgan, Stephen B. Munn, Richard B. 
Oglesby, John M Palmer, Lewis B. Parsons, Ebenezer Peck, 
Charles H. Ray, Whitelaw Reid, Carl Schurz, William R 
Seward, Philip Sheridan, James Speed, John T. Stuart, 
Walter Trumbull, John Wentworth, Horace White, and 
Richard Yates. 
Unpublished guide in the library. 

Acquired from Mrs. William R. Sprague, Mrs. Elizabeth 
Rankin Shepard, 1963, and others, 1920-56. 



This number not used 



MS 65-163 



MS 65-164 
Gregory, John Milton, 1822-1898. 

Papers, 1838^98. 5 ft. 

In University of Illinois, University Archives. 

Baptist clergyman, Michigan Superintendent of Public 
Instruction, president of Kalamazoo College, Regent of the 
University of Illinois, and U. S. Civil Service Commis- 
sioner. Professional and family correspondence; mss. of 
writings, publications, and other papers; together with some 
papers (1867-68) of General Mason L. Brayman, trustee of 
the University of Illinois. Includes diaries; journal of 
European travels (1885-89) ; account books; notebooks of 
Gregory and his wife, Louisa (Allen) Gregory; lecture notes 



for political economy, mental philosophy, and constitutional 
history courses; trustee's committee reports ; library inven- 
tory (1890) : scrapbooks; clippings; publications of the Uni- 
versity of Illinois; includes mss. of lectures, sermons, 
articles, addresses, and a dialectical novel, Table talk; page 
proofs of the revised edition of Gregory's book, Political 
economy (1882) ; research file for the book, John Milton 
Gregory, a biography (1923) by his daughter, Allene Greg- 
ory; articles from the Sunday school teacher (1866-67) : and 
items relating to Union College, Schenectady, Michigan 
State Teacher's Institute, Kalamazoo College, establishing 
Illinois Industrial University (now University of Illinois), 
University of Illinois, censuring of trustee Mathias L Dun- 
lap for anonymous attacks on the University of Illinois, and 
the U. S. Civil Service Commission. Correspondents in- 
clude Dorman B. Eaton, Louisa (Allen) Gregory, Grant 
Gregory (his son) , and Jonathan B. Turner. 

Unpublished description in the archives. 

Information on literary rights available in the archives. 

Transferred from the University Library, 1963. 



MS 65-165 
Peabody, Selim Hobart, 1829-1903. 

Speeches and sermons, 1881-94. 1 ft. 

In University of Illinois, University Archives. 

Educator. Speeches and sermons delivered by Peabody 
at University of Illinois baccalaureate services, University 
celebrations, high school commencements, and meetings of 
the National Education Association, Illinois State Teachers 
Association, and Illinois Farmers Institute. Topics covered 
include the origins and development of the University of 
Illinois, accreditation, matriculation, scholarships, faculty, 
student government, certificates and degrees, buildings and 
equipment, financial and administrative problems, develop- 
ment of American high schools and universities, high school 
curricula, statistics on higher education, State support of 
higher education in Illinois and comparisons with neighbor- 
ing States, purposes and needs of the university, tool work 
education, the education of farm children, higher law, con- 
science, application of Christianity, science and faith, su- 
premacy of law, academic excellence, intellectual stimuli and 
the use of abilities and knowledge. 

Unpublished description in the archives. 

Information on literary rights available in the archives. 

Transferred from the University Library, 1963. 



MS 65-166 
Randall, James Garfield, 1881-1953. 

Papers, 1903-58. 6 ft 

In University of Illinois, University Archives. 

Professor of history at University of Illinois. Corre- 
spondence; mss. of writings; notes; drafts, proofs, and 
finished copies of monographs (1912-50) ; book reviews; 
Epworth League and Sunday school addresses (1905-19) ; 
lectures in history and economics by Randall at Illinois 
College (1907) ; and lecture notes, syllabi, bibliographies, 
assignments, examinations, rosters and other class records 
(1913-50). mss. include a doctoral thesis on Confiscation, 
Randall's books, Constitutional problems under Lincoln 
(1926) and Civil War and Reconstruction (1937); student 
essays at Butler College (1903) ; seminar papers and notes 
from graduate study at the University of Chicago (1904- 
12) ; and lectures by Albion Small, Charles E. Merriam, 
Andrew C. McLaughlin, and others. Includes comments 
(1935-36) of Earl M. Coulter, Roy F. Nichols, James L Sel- 
lers, Fred A. Shannon, Charles S. Sydnor, and others on 



21 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



Papers, 1903-63. 



Randall, James Garfield, 1881-1953. 
(Continued) 

Randall's ms. of Civil Wax and Reconstruction; exchanges 
(1926-27) with Frank M. Anderson, John F. Jameson, and 
Charles R. Ramsdeli on The diary of a public man (1879) ; 
material relating to World War i, the League of Nations, 
politics, and historical subjects, particularly Abraham Lin- 
coln, the Civil War, and Beconstruction; and material relat- 
ing to Randall's activities as a member of the American 
Historical Association's Dunning Prize Committee (1933- 
34) , Nominating Committee (1934-35) , and Beveridge Fund 
Committee (1934-38) ; as a member of the Mississippi Val- 
ley Historical Association's Nominating Committee (1930- 
37) and Executive Committee (1936-39) ; as president of 
the Mississippi Valley Historical Association (1936-40) ; 
and as historian for the U. S. Shipping Board (1918-19). 
Correspondents include William E. Dodd, Evarts B. Greene, 
Laurence M. Larson, Allan Nevins, Louis Pelzer, Charles R. 
Ramsdeli, Louis M. Sears, and Charles H Van Tyne. 

Unpublished description in the archives. 

Information on literary rights available in the archives. 

Transferred from the University Library, 1963. 

„ „ „ „. MS 65-167 

Shelford, Victor Ernest, 1877- 

Papers, 1901-61. 2 ft. 

In University of Illinois, University Archives. 

Zoologist Correspondence, reports, scientific publications 
by Shelford and his students (1906-46), and other papers 
relating to plant, animal, and aquatic ecology, scientific 
meetings, lectures, and papers, field trips and studies, edit- 
ing and securing contributions for publications (1924-56) , 
ttu> organization, development, membership, and functions 
of the Ecological Society of America and its committeea 
(1937-45) , preservation of natural areas as sanctuaries for 
the ecological study of biotic and animal communities, the 
political involvement of ecologists in preserving natural 
areas , grasslands area research (1931-58) , wildlife manage- 
ment research (1934-54) , animal populations and solar radi- 
ation (1947-53), and the history of ecology (1955-61). 

Unpublished description and finding aids in the archives. 

Gift of Professor Shelford, 1963-64. 



. „ MS 65-168 

Dewey, Charles Almon, 1877-1958. 

Papers, 1888-1954. 1419 items. 

In University of Iowa Libraries (Iowa City) 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) 

Lawyer and judge, U. S. District Court, Southern District 
of Iowa. Correspondence, instructions to juries, case his- 
tories, speeches, notes, pamphlets, and newspaper 'clippings. 
Correspondents include Tom C. Clark, Jay N. Darling Guy 
M. Gillette, Bourke B. Hickenlooper, Eugene D. O'Sullivan, 
Harry S. Truman, and Fred M Vinson. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Open to investigators under restrictions of the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Dewey, 1959. 



_ ,_ . . MS 65-169 

Hoegh, Leo Arthur, 1908- 

Papers, 1955-61. 137 items. 

In University of Iowa Libraries (Iowa City) 

In part, photocopies (positive) 

Governor of Iowa and public official. Correspondence, 
notes, press releases, magazine article reprints, programs, 
invitations, pamphlets, newspaper clippings, and photos, 
covering the periods when Hoegh served as Governor of 
Iowa (1955-57) and Director of the Office of Civil and De- 



22 



fense Mobilization, Washington, D. C. (1958-61). Corre- 
spondents include Ezra Taft Benson, Dwight D. Eisen- 
hower, and Lewis B. Hershey. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Open to investigators under restrictions of the library. 

Gift of Mr. Hoegh, 1958-64. 



MS 65-170 
Thomas, Seth, 1873-1962. 

Papers, 1904-62. 292 items. 

In University of Iowa Libraries (Iowa City) 

Judge, U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals, 8th Circuit, Iowa. 
Correspondence, family history, speeches, statements, farm 
records, cancelled checks, pamphlets, and clippings. Some 
material relates to the Iowa Schoolmasters Walt Whitman 
Club and to the Jones County calf case history. Includes 
an autobiographical letter from William F. Riley. Corre- 
spondents include Judges Archibald K. Gardner, Henry N. 
Grauen, and John B. Sanborn. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Open to investigators under restrictions of the library. 

Gift of Reynolds Brown Thomas, 1964. 



MS 65-171 
Billard family. 

Papers, 1872-1959. 3 ft. (ca. 2000 items) 

In Kansas State Historical Society collections. 

In part, microfilm copy of one volume of the AEF diary 
of Louis Phillip Billard made from the original owned by 
Jules B. Billard. 

Correspondence, diaries, and other papers of Jules B. 
Billard (1846-1935) , pioneer businessman and mayor of 
Topeka, Kan., of bis wife, Hennance P. Laurent Billard, 
and of his sons, Louis Phillip Billard (1891-1918), a pioneer 
Kansas aviator and AEF test pilot in France, 1917-18, and 
Robert Tut Billard (1884-1961), president of the Mutual 
Ice and Cold Storage Company in Topeka. Includes many 
papers relating to Jules Billard's unsuccessful campaign in 
1912 to win the nomination for governor on the Democratic 
ticket; correspondence concerning Louis Billard's career as 
an exhibition pilot; flight records (1911-18); diaries and 
letters (1917-18) written in France while Billard was test- 
ing aircraft for the Allied Expeditionary Forces; and cor- 
respondence of Robert Billard concerning personal matters 
and the operation of the Mutual Ice and Cold Storage Com- 
pany. 
Information on literary rights available at the repository 
Gift of the Robert T. Billard Estate, 1916. 



„ . MS65-172 

Bowman, Charles Stuart, d. 1868. 

Papers, 1861-64. 5 ft. (5000 items) 

In Kansas State Historical Society collections. 

U. S. Army officer. Correspondence and military papers 
retained by Bowman while he was serving as disbursing and 
ordnance officer in the voluntary recruiting service for 
Kansas, 1861-64. A large part of the collection consists of 
enlistment papers of soldiers joining Kansas Civil War 
units; includes muster rolls, and records dealing with vari- 
ous aspects of recruitment, equipment, inspections, pay, 
transportation, orders, stores, and other military matters. 

Table of contents in the repository. The enlistment papers 
are correlated with a roster of the Kansas Civil War mili- 
tary units. 

Gift of the Wyoming Historical and Geological Society, 
Wilkes-Barre, Pa. r 1958. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



r . .„ „ MS65-173 

Underwood, Thomas Rust, 1898-1956 

Papers, 1896-1956. 15 ft, (ca. 8000 items) 

In University of Kentucky Library. 

Editor and U. "S. Representative and Senator from Ken- 
tucky. Correspondence, speeches, editorials and editorial 
material, scrapbooks, pamphlets, clippings, and pictures 
relating to Democratic campaigns in Kentucky at various 
levels (1923-1956), horseracing, tobacco, and other subjects. 
Correspondents include Alben W. Barkley, A B. Chandler, 
Virgil M. Chapman, Earle C. Clements, Irvine S. Cobb, 
James M. Cox, Charles Curtis, James A Farley, Lyndon B. 
Johnson, Estes Kefauver, Hugh (Biccardo) Martin, Thrus- 
ton B. Morton, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harry S. Truman, 
Jouett Shouse, A. O. Stanley, Herbert Bayard Swope, and 
Fred M Vinson. 

Unpublished inventory sheet, manuscript catalog, name 
index, and folder title list in the library. 

Deposited by Mrs. Underwood: converted to gift by 
Thomas R. Underwood, Jr., 1961-62. 



„ „ » MS65-174 

Knox, Henry, 1750-1806. 

Papers, ca, 400 items. 

In Knox Memorial Association collections (Thomaston, 
Me.) 

Army officer and U. S. Secretary of War. Correspond- 
ence, documents, and deeds, related mainly to events of the 
American Revolution and to family matters. Some papers 
concern the founding of the Society of the Cincinnati and the 
erection of Knox's home, Montpelier. Includes one letter 
from Lafayette and a few letters from George Washington. 

Acquired from various sources. 



Mallory family. MS6 ^ 176 

Papers, 1808-1958. 11 ft. (ca. 6000 items) 

^In Marine Historical Association collections (Mystic, 
Conn.) ' ^ 

In part, photocopies (positive), transcripts (typewritten), 
and 1 reel of microfilm (negative and positive) 

Correspondence, diaries, genealogical and biographical 
material, logbooks, cashbooks, ledgers, daybooks and other 
business records, newspaper clippings, printed material, and 
other papers reflecting the family's shipping and shipbuild- 
ing activities in Mystic, Conn, and New York City. Re- 
lates chiefly to Charles Mallory (1796-1882), Charles Henry 
Mallory (1818-1890), Henry Rogers Mallory (1848-1919), 
and Clifford Day Mallory (1881-1941). Includes records 
of the New York & Texas Steamship Company, Clyde 
Steamship Company, Mallory Steamship Company, and the 
Charles H. Mallory and Elflm Spicer trust funds; genealo- 
gical notes on the Pynchon family; an unpublished family 
history by Carl C. Cutler; and material on yaehts and yacht- 
ing, on whaling ships, and on the war situation in Gt. Brit, 
(ca. 1939-42). Correspondents include Clara Barton, 
Henry Ward Beecher, Robert R. Campbell, William EL 
Campbell, Carl C. Cutler, Herbert Hoover, Edward N. Hur- 
ley, Frank C. Munson, Franklin D. Roosevelt, William P. 
Stephens, and William U. Swan. 

Described in Inventory of the Mallory family papers, 
1808-1958, compiled by Charles R. Schultz (1964) . 

Access restricted until ca. 1967. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Gift of the Clifford D. Mallory Estate, Clifford D. Mal- 
lory, Jr., and Philip Rogers Mallory, 1945-64. 



23 



MS 65-176 
Abbott, Horace, 1806-1887. 

Papers, 1830-1923. ca. 500 items. 

In Massachusetts Historical Society Library. 

Iron manufacturer, of Baltimore, Md. Correspondence 
and documents (1841-54) concerning Abbott's purchase 
from Peter Cooper of the Canton Iron Works; papers 
(1857-85) relating to H. Abbott and Son Iron Manufac- 
turers; documents concerning Abbott's railroad and land 
holdings; and accounts showing the building and outfitting 
( 1869-71 ) of his estate, "Oak Hill," in Baltimore. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Mary Thomas Jenney, 1964. 

MS 65-177 
Barry, Charles Cashing, 1806-1888. 

Papers, 1834-1906. ca. 50 items. 

In Massachusetts Historical Society Library. 

Bank cashier, of Boston. Treasurer's accounts and a 
notebook of minutes of meetings (1834-38) of the Pine 
Street Anti Slavery Society of Boston of which Barry was 
secretary and treasurer; together with correspondence and 
documents (1855-80) relating to the purchase of the free- 
dom of the slave Anthony Burns with which Barry was 
involved as administrator and personal contributor. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of Elisabeth Bass, I960. 

MS65-178 
Bliss, George, 1793-1873. 

Papers, 1797-1914. 91 items. 

In Massachusetts Historical Society Library. 

Lawyer and Massachusetts State legislator. Correspond- 
ence and other papers relating to the Whig Party in Mas- 
sachusetts (1835) and other matters, especially during the 
1830's. Correspondents inclnde.Bliss' son, George Bliss, Jr., 
and George Ashmun, George Bancroft, Samuel Bowles, 
Anson Burlingame, William B. Calhoun, Schuyler Colfax, 
Boscoe Conkhng, Edward Everett, John 2. Goodrich, Levi 
Lincoln, Oliver B. Morris, Elihu Root, and Daniel Wells. 

Card index in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Ruth Bliss Watidns, 1962. 

MS 65-179 
Colman, Dudley. 

Papers, 1771-1849. 62 items. 

In Massachusetts Historical Society Library. 

Letters (1776-79) from Lt. Col. Colman of the 12th Regt, 
of Foot, Continental Army, to his wife in Newbury, Mass-, 
relating to personal matters of clothing and provisions and 
Army activities and describing encounters with the British 
at Bennington, Vt; Boston, Mass.; Newport and Provi- 
dence, R. L ; New York City, Ticonderoga, and Fort Stan- 
wix, N. Y.; Monmouth Court House, N. J.; Philadelphia 
, and Valley Forge, Pa.; and other places. Material relating 
to Colman's son, the Rev. Henry Colman, includes a sketch 
of his tomb erected in England by Lady Byron and her tes- 
timonial of him (1849). 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gifts of Henry Lee Shattuck, 1963, and Mrs. Frank 
Thurber,1964. 

MS 65-180 
Dabney family. 

Papers, 1716-1904. ca. 75 items. 

In Massachusetts Historical Society Library. 

Correspondence, diaries, and other papers. Copies of cor- 
respondence of John Bass Dabney, first U. S. consul for the 
Azores (1807-26) relate to the attack of a British squadron 
on the American privateer, General Armstrong, in Fayal 
Harbor, the Azores (1814). Correspondence (1856) of 
Charles William Dabney, consul for the Azores (1826-69), 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



Dabney family. Papers, 1716-1904. (Continued) 

concerns the wreck and salvage off Fayal of the ship, 
Ravenswood, of New York. A letter book (1831-34) con- 
tains copies of letters by Osgood Carney, including accounts 
of cargoes, mainly sugar, coffee, fish, and candles, between 
Cuba, St. Petersburg, Russia, and Boston, Mass. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Weston Howknd, 1953. 



MS65-181 
Hutchinson family. 

Papers, 1673-1769. ca. 200 items. 

In Massachusetts Historical Society Library. 

Correspondence, documents, personal notes, bonds, and 
other papers of Edward Hutchinson (1678-1752) of Bos- 
ton, merchant, landowner, and treasurer of Harvard Col- 
lege, and his son, Edward Hutchinson, Jr. of Milton, Mass., 
judge, heir and administrator of the Hutchinson land. 
Correspondence and documents (1719-67) concerning the 
Hutchinsons' Kennebeck River land proprietorship in 
Maine outline the division of lands of Georgetown and Ne- 
gausit Townships and on Arousick Island, and refer to the 
dispute over ownership with the Plymouth Company. 
Some papers relate to the elder Hutchinson's business 
interests in Boston: Indian trade, mills, lumber, naval stores, 
and whaling products. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Purchase, 1958. 



MS 65-182 
Knapp, Frederick Newman, 1821-1889. 

Papers, 1860-89. 3 ft. 

In Massachusetts Historical Society Library. 

Clergyman and teacher, of Plymouth, Mass. and Superin- 
tendent of the Special Relief Dept, U S- Sanitary Com- 
mission. Correspondence, notes, diaries, reports, and other 
papers relating to the Sanitary Commission; together with 
part of the ms. for Knapp's "History of the Sanitary Com- 
mission." Includes correspondence and diaries of H. B. 
Rogers of the commission and letters to Thomas Hill from 
Knapp. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 
Purchase, 1964. 



_ MS 65-183 

Boston. Church of the New Jerusalem. 

Records, 1844-1949. 3 ft 

In Massachusetts Historical Society Library. 

Transcripts (handwritten) of letters (1874-94) kept as 
records by David L Webster. 

Includes the record book (1844) of the Lowell Society 
of New Jerusalem and a list of baptisms (1856) ; accounts 
(1862-67) of the New Church Kindergarten and Training 
School of Boston; correspondence, documents, and other 
papers of David L Webster, treasurer of the New Church 
Theological School (1874-94) concerning the misuse of funds 
by Jonathan Young Scammon; record book (1872-97) of the 
Boston Highlands New Church Society showing the organi- 
zation and bylaws; annual reports (1895-1949) of church 
committees, including the consolidation (1909) of the New 
Church Society (secular body corporate) and the Society 
of the New Jerusalem (a Swedenborgian religious society) ; 
and notices, programs, and clippings concerning church ac- 
tivities (1912-39). 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of Susan Parsons, 1964. 



MS65-184 
Pitman family. 

Papers, ca. 1772-1890. ca. 100 items. 

In Massachusetts Historical Society Library. 

Papers (1825-30) relating to Isaac Pitman (b. 1806), a 
wool merchant of Boston, including correspondence (1861- 
63) concerning Pitman's attempt to advise the U. S. Quarter- 
master Corps to revise upward its specifications for woolen 
cloth for Army uniforms and his disagreements with Lt. 
CoL D. H. Vinton. Includes land deeds and documents 
(1772, 1795) relating to Capt. John Updike of the Colony 
of Rhode Island and land deeds of the Minot family of Pel- 
ham, N. H. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Henry Morse Channing, 1963. 

MS65-185 
Priest family. 

Papers, 1738-1914. ca. 200 items. 

In Massachusetts Historical Society Library. 

Papers of the Davidson, Davis, and Pope families to- 
gether with papers of John Priest for 1738-45, Benjamin 
Priest for 1810-33, Silas Priest for 1828-51, and Gilman 
Priest for 1861. Includes land deeds (1738-1851) of the 
Priest family in Lancaster and Marlborough, Mass.; com- 
missary returns received (Jan.-Feb. 1787) by R Pope of the 
Massachusetts Corps Artillery for provisions at camps at 
Worcester, Pittsfield, and Hadley during Shay's Rebellion; 
and papers (1867-1903) of Major Charles Gilman Davis (b. 
1842) of the 1st Massachusetts Cavalry concerning regiment 
reunions and the activities and celebrations of the Boston 
Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of Eliot Davis, 1964. 

MS 65-186 
Shaw, Lemuel, 1781-1861. 

Papers, 1808-1920. ca. 50 items. 

In Massachusetts Historical Society Library. 

Lawyer, legislator, and chief justice of Massachusetts. 
Correspondence regarding Shaw's study and practice of law ; 
letters from his son, Lemuel Shaw, Jr., constituting a jour- 
nalistic account of a trip to Europe (1852-53) and including 
references to his association with Abbott Laurence, Jr., 
tours of colleges at Oxford, and social gatherings given by 
George Peabody; papers (1839-52) concerning Shaw's pri- 
vate interests; a journal (1859-61) of his activities written 
by a member of his household; a draft of Shaw's- farewell 
address to the Massachusetts Bar, and their testament to 
him upon his retirement in 1860. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of Theodore Chase, 1964. 



MS65-187 
Sherman family. 

Papers, 1800-1903. ca. 250 items. 

In Massachusetts Historical Society Library. 

Correspondence and other papers. Correspondence (1814- 
52) of the family of Caleb Sherman relates to the family's 
successful peddling of tinware, clocks, and shoes in Ken- 
tucky, the Mississippi Territory, New York State, and west 
to Wisconsin and describes areas and business opportunities. 
Letters (1851-55) by Dr. Stephen J. W. Tabor, medical 
author and 4th Auditor of the U. S. Treasury, describe visits 
to principal library collections in Boston and New York. 
Includes a letter by Lewis Masquerier referring to his dis- 
coveries in the science of phonetics. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of heirs, 1964. 



24 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



wi *** -, MS65-188 

Walcott family. 

Papers, 1806-62. 8 vols. 

In Massachusetts Historical Society Library. 

Transcript (handwritten) of the memoirs of Samuel West. 

Diaries, accounts ledgers, and other papers. The memoirs 
of Dr. Samuel West (1738-1808) include coverage of West's 
ministry in Needham, Mass. and his participation in the 
Battle of Concord. Travel journals (1821-24) describe 
points of interest in New England, New York, Pennsylvania, 
and Canada. The diary (1846-47) of William B. Richards, 
a member of the Massachusetts Horticultural Society, in- 
cludes an account of his horticultural interests in Dedham, 
Mass. The diaries and expense accounts (1846-62) of Henry 
Pickering Walcott, physician of Boston, include accounts 
(1862) of medical study in Berlin. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of Goodspeed's Bookshop, 1968. 

_„ MS 65-180 

Winthrop family. 

Papers, 1544-196S. 28 ft 

In Massachusetts Historical Society Library. 

5 ft of photocopies and 8 reels of microfilm (negative 

and positive) of material in other institutions and in private 

Correspondence, letter books, diaries, journals, travel 
journals, speeches, account books, deeds, medical records, 
publications, scrapbooks, and other papers, mainly of Gov. 
John Winthrop, John Winthrop, Jr., Fite-John Winthrop, 
Wait Still Winthrop, John Winthrop, p. a. s., Prof. John 
Winthrop, Thomas Lindall Winthrop, Robert C. Winthrop, 
Robert C. Winthrop, Jr., and their families. The papers 
are strongest for the 17th cent, although they bulk largest 
for the 19th cent At least 15 percent of them are related 
to Bobert C. Winthrop, who gathered the collection. In- 
cludes 2 vols, of the Journal (1630-49) of Gov. John Win- 
throp ; 13 vols, of Bowdoin and Temple family papers ( 1720- 
1812) ; and 7 vols, of the Mrs. Greenville Temple Winthrop 
collection of autographs and portraits. 

Separate catalogue of the collection, with additions, avail- 
able in the library. Partially described in the society's "Pro- 
ceedings," 1st ser., vol. 12, p. 233-245. The Bowdoin and 
Temple family papers were printed in part in the society's 
"Collections," 6th ser., voL 9 and 7th ser., vol. 6. The Mrs. 
Greenville Temple Winthrop collection of autographs and 
portraits was described in the society's "Proceedings," 1st 
ser., vol. 17, p. 101-102. Other parts of the collection were 
printed in scattered 19th cent vols, of the society's "Collec- 
tions" and "Proceedings." A definitive modern edition is in 
progress at the society, of which 5 vols., covering the years 
1498-1649, have appeared. 

Bequest of Mrs. Greenville Temple Winthrop, 1879, and 
Robert C. Winthrop, Jr., 1905. 

_ . „ . MS65-M0 

(reorgia. Convention. 
Records, 1797-1959. 7 ft 
In Mercer University Library (Macon, Ga.) 
Records (1816-45) of the executive committee and mis- 
sions of the Georgia Baptist Association; record book (1845- 
64) of the executive committee of the Georgia Baptist 
Convention; minutes of the Central Baptist Association 
(1834-60), the Behoboth Association Executive Committee 
(1908-24), the Tucker Baptist Association (1893-1923), the 
Washington Association, 4th district (1871-1910), and the 
Washington Baptist Association (1828-66) ; Women's Mis- 
sionary Union minutes (1874-1959) of the First Baptist 
Church of Macon, Ga. ; church book (1840-70) of the Baptist 
Church in Van Wert (Paulding Co.) ; and minutes of the 
Ariel and Union Baptist Churches (1832-62) of Macon Co., 
the First Baptist Church (1855-1935) of Bibb Co- the 
Hopeful Baptist Church (1815-70) of Burke Co. the 



25 



Jeffersonville Baptist Church (1849-92) of Twiggs Co., the 
Little Ogeechee Baptist Church (1797-1905) of Screven Co., 
the Penfield Baptist Church (1839-85) of Greene Co., the 
Bamoth Baptist Church (1836-73) of Putnam Co., the Shoal 
Creek Baptist Church (1826-61) of Pike Co., and the Union 
Baptist Church ( 1809-33) of Warren Co. 

MS 65-191 
Adams, Randolph Greenfield, 1892-1951. 

Papers, 1923-50. 825 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Director of William L. Clements Library. Correspond- 
ence chiefly covering the subject of procuring and preserv- 
ing archival material relating to Michigan; and xb. copies 
of books and articles by Adams. 

Gift of Mr. Adams, 1940-50. 

MS 65-192 
Alphadelphia Association. 

Becords, 1844-48. 600 items and 6 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, financial accounts, constitution, census, 
membership records, reports of committees, labor records, 
minutes of directors, and miscellaneous papers of an agri- 
cultural communitarian society located near Galesburg, 
Mich. 

On loan from James Buckley, 1958. 

MS65-193 
Arm Arbor Art Association. 

Records, 1909-57. 200 items and 7 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Financial records, minutes, membership book, constitu- 
tion, president's reports, a scrapbook, and miscellaneous 
material. 

MS 65-194 
Ann Arbor Cooperative Society. 

Records, 1936-47. 250 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence relating to membership applications and 
other topics, minutes, financial statements, audit reports, 
manager's reports, bylaws, and newssheet. 

MS65^195 
Ann Arbor Garden Club. 

Records, 1930-60. 250 items and 14 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Minutes, financial records, membership lists, president's 
and various committees' reports, scrapbooks, and other 
records of the club's activities. 

MS 65-196 
Ann Arbor Library Club. 

Records, 1903-43. 73 items and 2 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, minutes (1903-32), treasurer's records 
(1903-36), and miscellaneous papers. 

MS 65-197 
Ann Arbor Medical Club. 

Records, 1899-1912. 60 items and 3 r. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, including scrapbook of correspondence 
(1901-10) concerning speaking arrangements for the club; 
minutes; and programs. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 65-198 
Ann Arbor, Mich. First Baptist Chureh. 

Records, 1837-1960. ca. 1 ft and 59 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Historical records including history of the church (1828- 
1928) by Helen E. Beman, history of the church (1942-50) 
by Florence M Bancroft, historical information (1928-38), 
and reports (1838-42) of the historian; a scrapbook (1951- 
58) of church activities; treasurer's and other financial 
records (1874-1914) ; minutes (1837-1948) of the Congrega- 
tion and Board of Trustees; women's societies records 
(1863-1938); records (1901-38) of the King's Daughters; 
the Rev. N. S. Burton's marriage records book (1865-79) ; 
Sunday School records (1871-79, 1905-06, 1915-17); rec- 
ords (1895-1940) of the young people's groups; and un- 
bound records consisting of reports of committees and gen- 
eral reports (1894-1942), correspondence (1881-1939); 
financial records, Youth Guild records (1910-18), and mis- 
cellaneous papers. 

MS 65-199 
Ann Arbor, Mich. First Congregational Church. 

Becords, 1847-1944. ca. 1 ft and 62 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence; annual reports; clerk's records (1847- 
1926) containing membership rolls, minutes, and the consti- 
tution; financial records and other reports (1870-1944) ; 
Church Society records (1869-1909) ; women's societies rec- 
ords (1847-1916) ; King's Daughters records (1899-1927) ; 
Men's Association records (1908-1926) ; records (1884- 
1904) of the Children's Missionary Band; membership rolls 
and marriage records (1873-1906) ; C. O. Davis' ms. history 
of the church; and miscellaneous papers. Correspondents 
include James B. Angell, Lloyd C. Douglas, and Shirley 
W.Smith. 

MS 65-200 
Breakey, William Fleming, 1835-1915. 

Papers, 1876-1909. 3 items and 1 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor at the University of Michigan Medical School. 
Correspondence and scrapbook of letters and other items 
relating to the testimonial banquet given Breakey on the 
50th anniversary of his graduation from the University of 
Michigan Medical School. 

Gift of Mrs. Robert Breakey, 1954. 

MS 65-201 
Bueu, Barber G 1823-1900. 

Papers, 1857-99. % ft. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Farmer, of Little Prairie Ronde, Mich. Business papers 
and diaries containing a daily account of the weather, farm 
life, inclnding livestock and fruit costs, cost of labor, and 
comments on agricultural methods. 

Gift of Flora G Buell, 1947. 

MS 65-202 
Burgwin, Richard. 

Correspondence, 1959-60. 150 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

University of Michigan Ph. D. candidate in speech. Cor- 
respondence in response to Burgwin's requests for informa- 
tion about Valentine Windt (1901-1955) from Windt's 
students and colleagues in the theater. 

Gift of Mr. Burgwin, 1962. 



MS 65-203 
Business and Professional Women's Club of Ann Arbor. 

Records, 1921-58. 1ft and 3 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, minutes, constitution, histories, scrap- 
books of materials relating to activities of the club, and 
miscellaneous papers. 

MS 65-204 
Campbell, James Valentine, 1823-1890. 

Papers, 1830-1925. ca. 3 ft. and 10 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Justice of lite Michigan Supreme Court and professor at 
the University of Michigan. Correspondence (much of 
which concerns family affairs), notebooks, scrapbooks, and 
other papers. Includes letters of Henry Munroe Campbell 
while a student at the University of Michigan (1872-76) ; 
account books (1832-47) containing bank and miscellaneous 
accounts of the Detroit Female Seminary; a journal (1844) 
of a trip to Sandusky, Ohio; correspondence, business rec- 
ords, and other papers of the Soldiers' Aid Society of De- 
troit; records (1863-^6) of the U S. Sanitary CJommission, 
including papers of the Detroit Soldiers' Home; and a ms. 
of an ode for University Hall dedication at the University 
of Michigan. Correspondents include Mary Barstow, Cor- 
nelia HotchMss Campbell, Douglass Campbell, and Eliza- 
beth Campbell Douglass. 

Gift of Mr. and Mrs. James G. Hays, 1937-58. 

MS65-205 
Carpenter, Daniel. 

Papers, 1857-84. 105 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Businessman, of Warfield, Mass. Correspondence and 
business papers originating from agents in Michigan, par- 
ticularly Livonia, Detroit, and Ann Arbor, dealing with 
lumbering, real estate, and business conditions generally. 

MS 65-206 
Chamber Music Society of Ann Arbor. 

Records, 1920-33. 175 items and 2 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence of the society and its predecessor (Mati- 
nee Mnsicale), minutes, financial records, reports, member- 
ship lists, and contracts. 

Gift of Emil Lorch, 1956. 

MS 65-207 
Consolidated Coal Company, Saginaw. Mich. 
Records, 1912-37. 11 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 
Business records kept by Oswald Joseph Harrod. 
Gift of Winifred Harrod, 1963. 

MS65-208 
Cooley, Charles Horton, 1864-1929. 

Papers, 1872-1939. 5 ft and 19 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of sociology at the University of Michigan. 
Correspondence and other papers of Cooley and his family 
relating to the Cooley genealogy, scholarly activities, and 
other matters. Includes letters (1881-84) written by Cooley 
from Europe; letters exchanged between Cooley and bis 
parents, Mary E. Cooley and Thomas M. Cooley; and be- 
tween Cooley and his wife; addresses; notes; essays; book 
reviews; notes and material for Cooky's sociology courses; 



26 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



Cooley, Charles Horton, 1864-1929. Papers, 1872-1939. 

(Continued) 

one University of Michigan student notebook (1893-94) on 
courses by John Dewey; a memorial; 17 diaries containing 
an account of Cooley's personality development, with many 
religious reflections of an introspective nature, tracing the 
development of his ideas on sociology and democracy; and 
a journal (1914) of a trip to Great Britain by his son, Rut- 
ger Horton Cooley. 

Gifts of Robert C. Angell and Mary E. Cooley, 1938 and 
1942-55. 

MS 65-209 
Daniels, Francis Potter, 1869- 

Papers, 1894-1944. 2 ft. and 22 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of Latin at Georgia State College for Women. 
Chiefly notes and writings on the Romance languages; cor- 
respondence, primarily of a personal nature; 3 vols, of hs. 
poems; 3 vols, of notes on European travels; and 16 student 
and miscellaneous notebooks. Includes letters from travelers 
in Europe and persons connected with various colleges and 
universities; and 13 letters from former Governor Of Michi- 
gan, Chase S. Osborn. 

MS 65-210 
Darling, Robert B 

Papers, 1911-53. 54 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Chauffeur for Chase S. Osborn, Governor of Mi<-Kigyry 
Correspondence, primarily with Governor Osborn; driver's 
licenses; letter of recommendation; and other papers. 

Gift of Mr. Darling, 1957. 

MS 65-211 
Daughters of the American Revolution. Michigan. 
Records, 1900-58. 40 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Minutes and official proceedings of the Michigan State 
Conference of the D. A. R. The minute books, beginning in 
1931, also contain reports on local chapters. 

MS 65-212 
Daughters of the American Revolution. Michigan. Sarah 
Casiccll Angell Chapter, Ann Arbor. 

Records, 1896-1960. ca. 3 ft. and 17 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence files; minutes and official records (1896- 
1940); membership rolls (1905-06) ; library record; mar- 
riage records (1827-57) in Washtenaw Co., Mich.; speeches; 
regents reports; genealogical records; cemetery records; 
scrapbook of clippings; and miscellaneous papers. 

MS 65-213 
Davenny, Wilson Imbrie, 1859-191". 

Papers, 1879-1917. 6 ft. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Spanish American War veteran, journalist, and political 
leader. Correspondence, scrapbooks, personal accounts, and 
miscellaneous papers of Spanish American War veterans 
groups and the National Rivers and Harbours Congress, a 
waterways lobby. Correspondents include Charles W. Fair- 
banks, Samuel W. Smith, and Booker T. Washington. 

Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Adams, 1953. 



MS 65-214 
Davis, Calvin OBn, 1871-1954. 

Papers, 1913-41. ca. 2 ft and 6 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence chiefly relating to Davis' activities its a 
professor in the School of Education at. the University of 
Michigan; diary (1931) of a European trip; xss. of 
writings, lecture notes and articles, including "The junior 
high school," "History of Ann Arbor Rotary Club," and an 
autobiography entitled, "A country lad." 

Gift of Mr. Davis, 1944. 

MS 65-215 
Davis, Joseph Baker, 1845-1920, collector. 

Papers, 1911-18. 151 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Three letters (1912-13) relating to the resurvey of the 
Washington-Idaho boundary ; 145 items on the Albert Kahn 
memorials to Charles Simeon Denison (1849-1913) and De 
Volson Wood ( 1832-1897) ; a letter about Camp Davis, Neb. ; 
a biographical sketch of Stillman Williams Robinson (1838- 
1910) and a bibliography of his writings. 

Gift of Mortimer E. Cooley, 1936. 

MS 65-216 
Davis, Lorenzo. 

Papers, 1822-99. ca. 500 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Superintendent of the poor, of Washtenaw Co., Mich. 
Correspondence (1822-86) pertaining to members of the 
Davis family; sermons; miscellaneous business and legal 
papers ; histories, recollections, addresses, biographical 
sketches, and other papers, mainly relating to Ann Arbor, 
Mich., and Washtenaw Co. 

MS 65-217 
Davis, Raymond -Cazallis, 1836-1919. 

Papers, 1850-1917. 9 ft. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Librarian at the University of Michigan. Correspond- 
ence, mainly dealing with library affairs and business, legal, 
and miscellaneous papers. Includes material on book orders, 
the opening of a new library in 1883, and the exhibition of 
the University of Michigan professors' books at the 1893 
World's Fair; annual reports of the University of Michigan 
Library for 1885, 1892, 1903, and 1905; and family corre- 
spondence, including letters discussing foreign ports, travel 
to California, and Civil War service. Correspondents in- 
clude James B. Angell, James R. Boise, Byron Davis, 
Ferdinand Davis, Frederick Davis, George Davis, Isaac N. 
Demmon, Melvil Dewey, Byron A. Finney, George A. Flan- 
ders, Henry S. Frieze, John Hay, James McMillan, Henry 
W. Rogers, and Andrew Ten Brook. 

Gift of Mrs. John T. Norton, 1955-57. 

MS 65-218 
Day, Harvey S 

Papers, 1831-1935. 737 items and 4 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Dairy farmer, of Willis, Mich, and officer of the Holstein- 
Frieslan Association. Correspondence, account books, bills, 
receipts, cattle transfer certificate, records of milk poundage, 
poems, a recipe bock, and miscellaneous papers. Includes 
92 letters (1842-92), primarily family and personal cor- 
respondence; and 256 letters (1892-1935) relating to Hol- 
stein-Friesian cattle, Holstein-Friesian Association matters, 
and Day's dairy farm. 

Gift of the Day estate, 1938. 



27 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 65-219 
Dean, Elias. 

Papers, 1818-ca. 1860. 53 items and 3 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Resident of Northfield Township, Wayne Co., Mich. Re- 
ceipts and three account books, showing prices of articles of 
the period. One of the account books covers Dean's accounts 
at a store in Plymouth, Mich., in 1841. 

Acquired, 1956. 



MS 65-220 
Deardoff, Neva Ruth, 1887-1958. 
Papers, 1932-58. 2 ft. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Social worker, of New York City. Correspondence (1952- 
58 ) , speeches, reprints of articles, and tape recordings cover- 
ing Miss Deardoffs professional activities in social work. 
Gift of Harriett G.Russell, 1962. 



_ ' ' MS 65-221 

De Jong, Russell Nelson, 1907- 

Papers, 1920-60. 4 ft. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of neurology at the University of Michigan. 
Correspondence (1940-56) regarding resident physicians, 
and minutes (1947-60) of the executive faculty of the Uni- 
versity of Michigan Medical School ; financial records of the 
Dept of Neurology; and correspondence (1950-59) regard- 
ing the Journal of neurology. 

Gift of Dr. De Jong, 1962. 



MS 65-222 
De Kleine, William, 1877-1957. 

Papers, 1900-55. 6 ft and 3 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Physician and public health official, of Michigan. Cor- 
respondence, speeches, articles, memoirs, and miscellaneous 
papers relating principally to public health and concerning 
De Kleine's career as a health officer in Flint and Saginaw, 
Mich, and as medical director of the American Red Cross 
and Michigan Health Commission. Correspondents include 
Paul De Kruif, Charles S. Mott, and Arnold Mulder. 

Gift of Dr. De Kleine, 1956-57. 



MS 65-223 
De Land family. 

Papers of the De Land and Crary families, 1842-1913. 
200 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Personal correspondence of the De Land and Crary fami- 
lies ; two mss. pertaining to the early history of Jackson, 
Mich. ; indentures; school records; temperance material ; and 
miscellaneous items. Includes nine Civil War letters, chiefly 
by Charles V. De Land, and correspondence relating to the 
genealogy of the two families. 

The Civil War letters are described in Michigan men in 
the Civil War, by Ida C. Brown (Michigan Historical Col- 
lections, Bulletin no. 9, Jan. 1959) p. 15. 

Gift of De Land Crary, 1954. 



28 



MS 65-224 
Demmon, Isaac Newton, 1842-1920. 

Papers, 1858-1920. c&. 500 items and 4 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Civil War soldier and professor of English at the Univer- 
sity of Michigan. Correspondence of Demmon and members 
of his family relating to family affairs, Hiram College 
(Ohio) and the University of Michigan; diary (1869) kept 
while Demmon was a professor at Alliance College (Ohio), 
in which he mentions the names of Mark Twain and John A. 
Bingham; lecture notes and other papers pertaining to his 
teaching duties; and personal accounts (1899-1920). In- 
cludes many letters from professors of English concerning 
the desire of students to study at the University of Michigan : 
Demmon's student letters from Butler University (Indianap- 
olis) and the University of Michigan; and two Civil War 
letters (1864) written while he was serving with the 132d 
Indiana Infantry. Correspondents include James B. Angell, 
William L. Clements, Martin L. D'Ooge, Karl E. Guthe, 
Henry B. Joy, James McMillan, and Moses C. Tyler. 

Acquired, 1937-60. 

MS 65-225 
Den Bleyker family. 

Papers, 1828-1936. 7 ft. and 14 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, account books, notebooks, and other 
papers. Includes the papers, mainly in Dutch, of Paulus 
Den Bleyker (1804-1872) who came to America in 1850 from 
the Island of Texel, the Netherlands, and carried on an ex- 
tensive business, chiefly real estate, in Kalamazoo and 
Ottawa Counties, Mich.; papers, many in Dutch, of Den 
Bleyker's son, John Den Bleyker (b. 1839), a farmer, cattle 
breeder, and director of the Kalamazoo National Bank; 
papers of Anna Den Bleyker, wife of John; 4 account books 
(ca. 1851-1873) of John Den Bleyker; 10 notebooks and one 
account book of a trip to Europe in 1872 of Martha Den 
Bleyker. The papers (1828-51), consisting of ca. 500 items 
relate mainly to affairs in Holland and the Den Bleyker 
settlement near Kalamazoo. The papers (1851-56) consist 
of ca. 375 letters and over 1000 other items; the correspond- 
ence deals with personal affairs, the building of a flour mill, 
a sawmill, and land transactions. For the years 1856-57, 
there are over 1000 letters, including correspondence per- 
taining to real estate. The papers (1872-1936), consisting of 
ca. 600 letters, include chiefly business correspondence of 
John Den Bleyker and the correspondence of his wife and 
children. 

Acquired, 1938. 

MS 65-226 
Denby, Edwin, 1870-1929. 

Papers, 1845-46, 1880-1929. ca.2ft. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

In part, photocopies of correspondence (1845-46) between 
Nathaniel Denby and George Bancroft 

Secretary of the Navy and U. S. Representative from 
Michigan. Correspondence (1880-1927) and other papers. 
Includes letters primarily to Denby concerning personal 
matters, business affairs, and his activities in the Govern- 
ment; letters to Mrs. Denby regarding her husband's death; 
articles; speeches; and notes and memoranda on various 
topics, specifically the Panama Canal, the Boxer Indemnity, 
the U. S. Navy, and oil leases. Correspondents include 
Joseph G. Cannon, Calvin Coolidge, James J. Couzens, Fred 
W. Green, William H. Hobbs, Herbert C. Hoover, Truman 
H. Newberry, Chase S. Osborn, Elihu Root, Arthur J. 
Turtle, Arthur H. Vandenberg, and Henry C. Wallace. 

Gift of Mrs. Denby, 1941. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 65-22? 
Denison, Charles Simeon, 1849-1913. 

Papers, 1875-95. 125 items and 4 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Prof essor of engineering at the University of Michigan. 
Beport (1875-77) of Denison's faculty activities; ca. 100 
items on the Washington-Idaho boundary survey; an article 
(1884) entitled Engraving and etching; materials used by 
Denison in teaching; and 4 vols, of a diary and log of a sum- 
mer trip to Canada, taken by several University of Michigan 
faculty members, led by James B. Angell. 

Gift of Grace Denison, 1942; and Dr. Walcott Denison, 
1960. 

MS 65-228 
De Pay, E Cora, collector. 

literary manuscripts ca. 500 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Speeches, articles, and poems. Includes Rose Hartwick 
Thorpe's "Curfew must not ring tonight"; Marie Frink's 
"Poem" and "Answered prayer"; George Ade's "Passing of 
Ladies Hall"; Fred Carlisle's "The first congress"; and some 
mss. by Robert Gibbons and George Goodale. 

MS 65-229 
De Pay family. 

Papers, 1848-1909. 74 items and 3 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, account book, notebook, scrapbook, and 
other papers of the related De Pay, 'Knight, and Reynolds 
families, of Jackson Co., Mich. Includes letters about the 
affairs of Hillsdale College, Hillsdale, Mich. ; a letter about 
the Civil War; diary (1895) of Almena R. De Puy, and 
Grindal Reynolds' estate papers. 

Gift of Almena R. De Puy, 1937. 

MS 65-230 
Detroit Board of Commerce. 

Records, 1916-43. ca. 85 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence (chiefly mimeographed) and miscella- 
neous papers concerning the activities of the board. Corre- 
spondents include Harvey J. Campbell and Edwin Denby. 

MS65-231 
Detroit First Presbyterian Church. 

Records, 1817-1933. 300 items and 7 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Financial records (1821-47) of the First Protestant So- 
ciety; minutes and financial records (1872-88) of the Board 
of Deacons; Sunday School accounts (1922-33) ; pew rec- 
ords; deeds; constitution; correspondence and minutes of 
various church groups and of the session; receipts and other 
financial records. Correspondents include Marcus A. 
Brownson, James V. Campbell, John P. Cleaveland, Divie 
Bethune Duffield, George Duffield, and William A. Howard. 

MS65-232 
Detroit. Memorial Presbyterian Cfcorch. 

Becords, 1854-1958. ca. 175 items and 42 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Minutes (1881-1938); membership records; church li- 
brary records (1862-69) ; Women's Society records; Sunday 
School attendance records; financial records; minutes (1913- 
18) of special trustees ; records of the Clinton Avenue Mis- 
sion of Memorial Church, including minutes (1866-80), 
Sunday School records, Russell Street Sunday School rec- 
ords (1858-62), correspondence, and reports. 



MS65-233 
Disciples of Christ. Michigan. Michigan Association of 
Christian Churches. 

Records, 1876-1949. 3 ft. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

State convention books of record, Board of Managers 
minutes, Northwestern Corporation minutes, Second District 
minutes, Sixth District minutes, Central District convention 
minutes, and a volume of statistics. 

MS 65-234 
Dorscfa, Edward, 1822-1887. 

Papers, 1852-1914. 137 items and 3 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Physician. Personal correspondence (1886-1914), mainly 
in German, from Dorsch and his family to relatives in Ger- 
many; record (1852-55), in German, of calls and charges; a 
memorandum of expenses of trips from Monroe, Mich, to 
Ypsilanti and Detroit; other accounts; prescriptions; poetry 
and miscellaneous notes (1861-76) ; and a comedy written 
by Dorsch in 1875. 

MS 65-235 
Doty, Wirt P 

Business records, 1916-35. 2 ft. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Pharmacist, of Detroit. Pharmacy notebook containing 
recipes for remedies of common ailments; three vols, of 
records of the Doty Land Company of Detroit; and two 
vols, of pharmacy accounts. 

Gift of Mr. Doty, 1948. 

MS 65-236 
Douglas, Lloyd Cassd, 1877-1951. 

Papers, 1900-54. 4 ft. and 18 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Novelist and former minister of the First Congregational 
Church of Ann Arbor, Mich. Correspondence of Douglas 
with his family, publishers, and others relating to family 
matters and public affairs, with comments on national poli- 
ties, Presidents Franklin D. Roosevelt and Harry S. Tru- 
man, and World War n; mss. of addresses, articles, sermons, 
and novels; and scrapboeks. Correspondents include Vir- 
ginia Douglas Dawson, Alan E. Gray, and J. Weldon 
Wilson. 

Gift of Mrs. Carlos E. Herman, Mrs. Thomas A. Peabody, 
and Houghton Mifflin Company, 1959-60. 

MS65-237 
Douglass family. 

Papers, 1812-1911. ca. 3 ft and 70 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, business and legal papers, account books, 
notebooks, field notes, scrapbooks, autograph albums, gene- 
alogical records and other papers. Includes the papers of 
Benjamin Douglass and his two sons, Samuel Townsend 
Douglass (1814-1898), a lawyer and Detroit judge, and 
Silas H. Douglass (1816-1890), a member of Douglass 
Houghton's Northern Michigan survey party and professor 
at the University of Michigan ; correspondence of Helen 
(Welles) Douglass and her parents, John Welles and Sarah 
Welles, Alice Helen Douglass, Catherine Hulbert Douglass, 
Kate Douglass, Idly C. Douglass, Marie Louise Douglass, 
and Sarah Douglass; Silas Douglass' copy of Douglass 
Houghton's field notes; and papers relating to the estate of 
Henry W. Welles and John A. Welles. Much of the Benja- 
min Douglass correspondence is of a personal nature with 



29 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



Douglass family. Papers, 1812-1911. (Continued) 

Lucy Townson Douglass. Silas Douglass' correspondence 
deals with family affairs, business matters, and (in a large 
part) with the University of Michigan. Samuel T. Doug- 
lass' correspondence relates chiefly to his legal business in 
Detroit and to politics, his farm, and family affairs. Other 
correspondents include James V. Campbell, Henry EL Crapo, 
Douglass Houghton, Jonathan Kearsley, Lois AngeU Mc- 
Laughlin, Zina Pitcher, Joseph Sibley, and Henry P. 
Tappan. 

„ „ MS65-238 

Downs, Tom, 1916- 

Papers, 1949-62. 10 ft 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence and other materials pertaining to Downs' 
campaign for election and his service as a delegate to the 
Michigan Constitutional Convention of 1961-62, and as a 
member of the Michigan Employment Security Commission, 

Gift of Mr. Downs, 1962. 

__ . „ MS 65-239 

Dnbuar, James, 1813-1886. 
Papers, 1834-92. ca. 2 ft 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Teacher and Presbyterian clergyman in Indiana, Michi- 
gan, and New York. Correspondence ; sermons ; addresses ; 
and parish papers, for the most part, written in Northville, 
Mich^or pertaining to the Presbyterian Church there; mis- 
cellaneous notes and memos; and a history of the Presby- 
terian Church in Webster (Washtenaw Co.) Mich. 

«„.. ._... „ MS 65-240 

Dunham, Arthur Louis. 

Papers. 9 ft. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of history at the University of Michigan. 

Notes and mss. of Dunham's books, The Anglo-French 
treaty of commerce of 1860 (1930) and The industrial revo- 
lution in France, 1815-48 (1955). 
Gift of Mr. Dunham, 1956-57.' 

T» xr .. n MS 65-241 

Dunn, Newell Ransom, 1818-1900. 

Papers, 1835-1900. 18 ft and 39 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Free Will Baptist clergyman in New Hampshire, Ohio, 
Kansas, and Michigan, and professor and president of Hills- 
dale College, Hillsdale, Mich. Correspondence and other 
papers of Dunn and his wife, Cyrene Emery Dunn, dealing 
chiefly with his Free Will Baptist evangelical activities and 
his connections with Hillsdale College, with brief mention 
of his antislavery and Republican Party activities. Includes 
Civil War letters from his sons, Francis Wayland Dunn 
(1843-1874) and Newell Ransom Dunn (1841-1863) ; diary 
(1859-60) of Newell Ransom Dunn, kept while he was a 
student at Oberlin and Hillsdale Colleges and a teacher at 
Wheatland, Mich.; and 19 diaries (1860-70) of Francis 
Wayland Dunn kept while he was a student and teacher at 
Hillsdale College, a soldier in the 64th Illinois Infantry 
during the Civil War, and during his travels in Europe, the 
Near East and in Western America. 

The Civil War material is described in Michigan men in 
the Civil War, by Ida C. Brown (Michigan Historical Col- 
lections, Bulletin no. 9, Jan. 1959) p. 15. 

Gift of members of the Dunn and Slayton families, 1957. 



^ MS 65-242 

Durand, George Harmon, 1838-1903. 

Papers, 1862-1912. 1 ft. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Justice of the Michigan Supreme Court Correspondence 
(1876) dealing with Democratic politics; papers Concerning 
the presentation of Durand's portrait to the Michigan Su- 
preme Court; business and legal papers; an address; and 
scrapbooks of newspaper clippings on Durand's legal busi- 
ness, politics, and his death 

Gift of Roscoe O. Bonisteel, 1950. 



MS-65-24S 
Easlick, Kenneth Alexander, 1893- 

Papers, 1917-61. 2 ft. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of dentistry and public health at the University 
of Michigan. Correspondence, lecture notes, clippings, and 
other materials dealing with Easlick's professional activities 
in dentistry; and a scrapbook of photos, and clippings, re- 
union publications, and miscellaneous papers dealing with 
Ambulance Unit No. 591, U. S. Army Medical Corps, com- 
posed of University of Michigan students and residents of 
Ann Arbor, who served in France during World War l 

Gift of Dr. Easlick, 1961-62. 



MS 65-244 
Edmonson, James Bartlett, 1882-1954. 

Papers, 1919-54. 3 ft. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Dean of the University of Michigan School of Education. 
Correspondence and other papers dealing with Edmonson's 
professional activities, the School of Education, the First 
Presbyterian Church of Ann Arbor, the NRA in Ann Arbor, 
and mss. of various books and articles by him. 

Gift of Mrs. Edmonson, 1961. 

MS 65-245 
Edmunds, Charles Wallis, 1873-1941. 
Papers, 1926-39. 85 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor at the University of Michigan School of Medi- 
cine. Correspondence and lists of members of the Class at 

1901. ■"cvaasui 



„„ . , MS65-246 

Edmunds, James Madison, 1810-1879. 

Correspondence, 1861-66. 173 items. 

Li University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Michigan legislator and Commissioner of the U. S. Land 
Office. Largely letters of acknowledgement for U. S. Land 
Office and U. S. Census reports from Congressmen and other 
Government officials, and letters concerning U. S. Land 
Office business. Includes a letter (1864) from John Hay, 
pertaining to Lincoln's meeting with the Baltimore Conven- 
tion committee; letters from Austin Blair and Henry H. 
Crapo to Lincoln concerning an Army appointment for 
George S. Clark, Jr.; and letters of autograph value only. 
Other correspondents include J. C. Abbot, William B. Alli- 
son, Oakes Ames, Schuyler Colfax, Rutherford B. Hayes, 
Jacob M Howard, William A Howard, John W. Longyear, 
John Sherman, Andrew Ten Brook, Lyman Trumbull and 
Gideon Welles. 

Gift of Mrs. John N. Bagley, 1940. 



30 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS65-247 
Elwood, Isaac Newton, 1843-1887. 

Papers, 1867 ?-87. ca. 2 ft 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Clergyman of the Methodist Episcopal Church of Flint, 
Mich. 190 sermons delivered mainly at Ami Arbor, Flint, 
Marquette, Port Huron, Ypsilanti, and other places in 
Michigan; two essays; and a letter (1887) to Mrs. Isaac N. 
Elwood from E. L. Miller, concerning a biography of the 
Rev. Elwood. 

Gift of Alice M Elwood, 1939. 

MS 66-348 
English, Albert D 

Papers, 1890-1910. ca. 75 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

An account of the beginning of the Southern Washtenaw 
Farmers' Club, given in a speech probably delivered by 
English ca. 1900 ; and miscellaneous papers on schools, roads, 
and agriculture in Manchester Township, Washtenaw Co., 
Mich. 

Gift of Edward Wisner, 1955. 

MS 65-249 
Erie and Kalamazoo Railroad. 

Records, 1834-1952. 10 ft. and 51 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence relating to dividends and other business 
matters; legal papers; account books; receipts; bank state- 
ments and other financial papers ; minutes (1834-1919) of the 
board of directors; and reports to the Interstate Commerce 
Commission and Michigan and Ohio regulatory agencies. 

MS 65-250 
Farmer-Labor Party. 

Records, 1934-37. 90 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, brochures, and reports of Party activi- 
ties, particularly in Wayne and Washtenaw Counties, Mich. 

Gift of Mentor L. Williams, 1945. 

MS 65-251 
Farrar family. 

Papers, 1817-86. 110 items and 4 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence primarily pertaining to personal and re- 
ligious affairs, business papers, and account books of Charles 
S. Farrar, Of Armade, Mich., Cyrus S. Farrar, of Romeo, 
Mich,, and other members of the Farrar family. Includes 28 
letters from Cynthia Farrar, missionary to India, containing 
news of the mission and reflections on religion. 

Gift of Gilbert W. Farrar, 1940. 

MS 65-252 
Faxon, John Harvey, o. 1827. 

Papers, 1848-66. ca. 200 items and 4 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Civil War soldier and farmer, of Duplain, Mich. Cor- 
respondence during the Civil War between Faxon, a cor- 
poral in the Quartermaster DeptL, Company D, 1st Cavalry 
of Michigan, with his wife and other members of his family, 
relating to his Civil War service, family affairs, the 
Rochester Colony (1851-52) J a trip from Adrian to Duplain, 
Mich, in 1851 and to Mount Clemens, Mich., in 1849; and 



three Civil War diaries and a supply record book kept by 
Faxon while he was serving with the 1st Michigan Cavalry. 

Described in Michigan men in the Civil War by Ida C. 
Brown (Michigan Historical Collections, Bulletin no. 9, 
Jan. 1959) p. 18. 

Gift of Mrs. Gertrude Faxon Hillyer, 1958. 



MS 65-253 
Fetch, Alpheus, 1806-1896. 

Papers, 1794-1894. ca. 2 ft. and 11 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Justice of the Michigan Supreme Court, professor of law 
at the University of Michigan, Governor and U. S. Senator 
from Michigan. Correspondence, legal documents, speeches, 
a biographical sketch of Felch by Theodore A Felch, and 
other papers dealing with family affairs, business, State and 
national politics, particularly the election of 1848, and the 
Felch estate. Much of this collection relates to Felch's work 
as president of the commission to adjust Spanish and Mex- 
ican land claims in California (1853-56), Correspondents 
include John J. Adam, William Anderson, James B. Angell, 
John Ball, John Barry, George C. Bates, Alexander W. 
Buel, Lewis Cass, Isaac E. Crary, Caleb Cushing, Samuel 
Denton, Henry M. Dodge, Silas H. Douglas, Samuel T. 
Douglass, Robert P. Eldridge, Elon Farnsworth, Theodore 
A. Felch, George R. Griswold, Thomas A Hendricks, Jacob 
M Howard, Calvin C. Jackson, Lucius Lyon, Robert Mc- 
Clelland, William W. Murphy, David A Noble, Horace A. 
Noyes, Andrew Ten Brook, Charles W. Whipple, Robert S. 
Wilson, and Warner Wing. 



MS 65-254 
Ferris, Woodbridge Nathan, 1853-1928. 

Papers, 1912-40. 100 items and 8 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Governor and U. S. Senator from Michigan. Corre- 
spondence, autobiography, and other papers. Includes ca. 
75 extracts of letters (1912-28) from Ferris to his family, 
containing information on State and national politics; copies 
of 10 letters from Ferris to Roy C. Vandercook, concerning 
the copper strike in 1913; 2 letters (1940) to Carleton G. 
Ferris ; a memorial by Ferris to Helen G. Ferris ; and 7 scrap- 
books of newspaper clippings on Ferris' political activities. 

Gift of Carleton G Ferris, 1946. 



MS 65-255 
Ferry family. 

Papers, 1822-1911. 169 items and 3 y. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence and other papers, chiefly of William 
Montague Ferry (1796-1867), Presbyterian missionary on 
Mackinac Island, lumberman, and founder of Grand Haven, 
Mich. Includes correspondence of William Ferry and his 
wife, Amanda White Ferry, describing their trip from Ash- 
field, Mass., to Mackinac Island and their work among the 
Indians there; personal correspondence (1823-37) ; 4 letters 
to Hannah White; letter (1865) to the Ferry children; and 
sermons and addresses by Ferry; 30 letters (1862-65) of 
Col. William M Ferry (1824-1905), regent of the Univer- 
sity of Michigan, mainly to his wife and other relatives 
while serving with the 14th Michigan Infantry during the 
Civil War, relating details of camp life; and addresses by 
Col. Ferry; letters from eminent contemporary statesmen 
and others to Thomas White Ferry (1827-4896) , lumberman 
and U. S. Representative and Senator from Michigan; and 
two scrapbooks of newspaper clippings on the Ferry family. 



31 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



Ferry family. Papers, 1822-1911. (Continued) . 
Correspondents include Susan B. Anthony, Henry P! Bald- 
win, Zachariah Chandler, Schuyler Colfax, William M. 
Evarts, Hamilton Fish, Rutherford B. Hayes, Whitelaw 
Reid, and Elizabeth Cady Stanton. 

Some of the Civil War letters of Col. William M. Ferry 
have been described in Michigan men in the Civil War, by 
Ida C. Brown (Michigan Historical Collections, Bulletin 
no. 9, Jan. 1959) p. 18. 

Gifts of Mrs. E. C. Anderson and Mrs. Hollister Hancock, 
1939 ; and Mr. M. A Anderson, 1961. 

TO , * ,, - MS 65-256 

field family. 

Field and Buck family papers, 1835-1923. 2 ft. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Family correspondence and business papers of various 
members of the Field and Buck families who were related by 
marriage. Includes the business and family correspondence 
and papers of Abbey Field (1844-1901), church worker of 
the Church of Christ in Englishville and Grand Rapids, 
Mich. ; papers of Myron Buck, chiefly concerning lumbering; 
96 Civil War letters (1862-65) of Andrew Buck, Company 
F, 7th Michigan Cavalry and Curtis Buck, Battery B, 1st 
Michigan Light Artillery; and one letter from John Bettis, 
Company D, Michigan Engineers and Mechanics. 

The Civil War letters have been described in Michigan 
men in the Civil War, by Ida C. Brown (Michigan Historical 
Collections, Bulletin no. 9, Jan. 1959) p. 13-14. 

On permanent loan from Mrs. Myrtle Field Holmes, 1940. 

m j * -, MS 65-257 

Flanders family. 

Papers, 1859-1925. ca. 200 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Family correspondence between Edwin P. Flanders and 
his wife, Mary Smith Flanders, relating to family matters, 
farm affairs, and local news; phonotype correspondence 
(1859-64), with key, between Flanders and William C. 
Swaddle, a sergeant in the Michigan Engineers and Me- 
chanics, during the Civil War; biographical sketch of Mrs. 
Flanders; letter (1875) containing the Flanders family 
genealogy; and miscellaneous material 

Gift of James Buckley, 1958. 

„ MS 65-258 

Fletcher, Frank Ward, 1853-1922. 

Papers, 1871-1922. ca. 1 ft. and 4 v. 
In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Lumberman of Alpena, Mich., and regent of the University 
of Michigan. Correspondence of Fletcher, mainly with his 
father, George N. Fletcher, relating to the lumbering and 
paper manufacturing business in Alpena and Detroit, Mich. ; 
personal and financial papers; and miscellaneous business 
papers. Includes letter press book (1885-98) of Fletcher 
and his father; letter press book (1871) of Fletcher's father ; 
letters on State politics and University of Michigan affairs ; 
and two account books of Frank Fletcher. 
Gift of Philip K Fletcher, 1936. 

_ „ MS 65-259 

Florer, Warren Washburn, 1869-1958. 
Papers, 1877-1941. ca. 4 ft 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of German at the University of Michigan and 
an insurance agent Correspondence, lecture notes, mss. of 
writings, documents relating to Florer's activities and 
scholarly interests at the University of Michigan and else- 
where, particularly in the field of Germanic languages and 
literature, and papers pertaining to the Lutheran and Evan- 
gelical churches in Michigan. Includes papers of Dr. Her- 



32 



mann Kiefer (1825-1911), chairman of the revolutionary 
mass meeting at Freiburg, Ger,in 1848, and later, physician 
and civic leader, of Detroit, and regent of the University of 
Michigan. Correspondents include James B. Angell, Wilber 
M. Brucker, Fred W. Green, Harry B. Hutchins, Harry F. 
Kelly, and Ernest P. Schilling. 
Gift of Mr. Florer, 1937-52. 

MS65-260 
Folio, Charles L 1905- 

Papers, 1961-62. 2 ft and 1 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Assistant director of the University of Michigan Exten- 
sion Service and delegate to the Michigan Constitutional 
Convention, 1961-62. Correspondence with constituents 
and other interested groups regarding the work of the con- 
vention; materials on Folio's campaign, his work with the 
'University of Michigan, and the Michigan Library Associa- 
tion ; and diary of Folio's convention experiences. Corres- 
pondents include Alvin M. Bentley, Prentiss M Brown, and 
Neil Staebler. 

Gift of Mr. Folio, 1961-62. 

MS 65-261 
Forbes, Darwin C 1871- 

Papers, 1866-1938. 335 items and 1 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Engineer and pioneer surveyor of northern Michigan. 
Business, and legal papers, biographical and genealogical 
notes, school papers, notes on Mexico and Brazil, souvenir 
post cards, an autograph book, and other family papers of 
Forbes and his wife, Nina Morris Forbes. 

Gift of Mrs. Forbes, 1940. 

MS 65-262 
Forsythe, Warren Ellsworth, 1885-1960. 

Papers, 1933-48. 100 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Director of the University of Michigan Health Service. 
Correspondence and other papers dealing with Forsythe 's 
work in obtaining recognition of Henry Sewall's contribu- 
tions in immunology. 

Acquired, 1962. 

MS 65-263 
Foster, James C of Luce Co., Mich. 

Papers, 1918-19. 400 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Personal correspondence relating to World War i and di- 
rectives and reports of the War Preparedness Board of Luce 
Co., Mich. Includes letters to Foster from Albert E. Sleeper. 
Gift of Sidney D. Foster, 1962. 

MS 65-264 
Foster, Theodore, 1812-1865. 

Papers, 1835-62. 40 items and 5 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Co-editor of the "Signal of liberty," editor of the "Lan- 
sing State republican," and superintendent of the State In- 
dustrial School for Boys in Lansing, Mich. Four vols, of 
account books containing subscription lists for the "Signal 
of liberty;" 20 antislavery papers consisting of mbs. on the 
Liberty Party, the Colonization Society, the slave trade and 
other aspects of slavery; a scrapbook; and other papers re- 
lating to philosophical, sociological, and religious topics. 

Gift of Charles W. Foster, 1935. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



tp ™ ■ A ■ , MS 65-265 

Fox, Emma Augusta, 1847-1945. 

Papers, 1894-1945. 1 ft. and 3 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Author and teacher of parliamentary law. Chiefly cor- 
respondence between Mrs. Fox and various women and 
women's organizations, particularly State federations of 
women s clubs, concerning club activities; and three vols of 
names of guests attending functions honoring Mrs. Fox 

Gift of Maurice W. Fox, 1942. 



„_ MS 65-266 

Frank, Coleman D 1876-1954. 

Papers, 1919. ca. 75 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Army officer, professor at the University of Michigan 
and member of the Permanent International Armistice 
Commission. Commissions, traveling orders, and billeting 
orders. 

Gift of Dr. Herbert M-Cobe, 1954. 



^■_ ^,. m „ MS 65-267 

Free Will Baptists (Founded in N. ff.) Michigan Associa- 
tion. 

Records, 1838-1953. 49 items and 16 t. 
In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Constitutions, minutes, and financial records of the Mich- 
igan Yearly Meeting (1838-91), of the Michigan Associa- 
tion (1889-1953), and of the Ministers' Conference of the 
Yearly Meeting (1869-1916) ; financial record (1891-93) of 
the State Young People's Organization; records (1890-91) 
of the Women's Missionary Society; sketch of Hillsdale 
College, Hillsdale, Mick; indentures; and miscellaneous 
business and legal papers. 



«-!-».-.-- MS65-268 

Fries, Charles Carpenter, 1887- 

Papers, 1940-55. 1 ft 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Director of the English Language Institute of the Uni- 
versity of Michigan. Papers relating mainly to Fries' pro- 
fessional activities as the first director of the English 
Language Institute, to University of Michigan affairi. to 
linguistic organizations, to the Eed Cross, and to some 
personal matters. Correspondents include Esson Gale, Louis 
A. Hopkins, Edward H. Kraus, Hans Kurath, Albert H 
Marckwardt, Kenneth L Pike, Alexander G. Euthven, and 
Clarence S. Yoakum. 

Acquired, 1957. 



m_! ~ ^ MS 65-269 

Frieze, Henry Simmons, 1817-1889. 

Papers, 1854-1920. ca. 550 items and 18 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of Latin and acting president of the University 
of Michigan. Correspondence, chiefly relating to the affairs 
of the University of Michigan; two reports on Frieze's 
faculty activities; biographical and genealogical material; 
addresses ; sketchbook ; records of Frieze's European travels ; 
notes; and miscellaneous items. Includes letters (1855-56), 
mainly from Frieze to his wife, describing his European 



33 



travels and experiences; and 34 letters from Andrew D. 
White, of Cornell University. Correspondents include 
James B. Angell, Levi Barbour, James R. Boise, Phillips 
Brooks, Francis Brunnow, Thomas M. Cooley, Byron M 
Cutcheon, Silas H Douglas, James A Garfield, Samuel S. 
Harris, Erastus 0. Haven, Whitelaw Raid, Randolph 
Rogers, Carl Schurz, Henry P. Tappan, Julia Tappan, 
Moses C.Tyler, and George P. Williams. 

MS 65-270 
Froebel Study Crab, Grand Rapids. 
Records, 1895-1953. 19 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 
Minutes, scrapbooks, and other records. 
Gift of Mrs. C. J. Olsen, 1962. 

MS 65-271 
Gale, Esson McDowell, 1884-1964. 

Papers, 1930-55. 2 ft. and 5 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Orientalist, government official, and director of the Inter- 
national Center at the University of Michigan. Corre- 
spondence, biographical material, ars. for a book entitled 
Salt for the dragon (1953), and a ms. entitled The Univer- 
sity of Michigan in world affairs. Much of the material 
relates to China and the Far East 

Gift of Mr. Gale, 1956-62. 

MS 65-272 
Gale family. 

Business records, 1836-77. 91 items and 3 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Business papers and records of the Gale family of Albion, 
Jonesville, and Moscow, Mich., concerning chiefly the Gale 
Manufacturing Company of Albion, founded in 1844 by 
George Gale and his son, Orlando Charles Gale (1823-1912). 
'Includes nine items of business correspondence (1852- 
76) ; three cashbooks (1848-51, 1848-57, and 1853-77) ; legal 
papers (1844-60) ; resolutions and list of subscribers (1871) 
for the raising of funds for the Northern Central Michigan 
Railroad; invoice book (1836) of George Gale's hardware 
store in Albion, listing goods purchased from A P. Gard- 
ner; and miscellaneous papers (1844-73) consisting of ac- 
counts, receipts, and notes. The eashbook (1848-57) con- 
tains two pages of accounts with Union City Iron Company, 
Union City, Mich. 

Gift of O. H Gale, 1941. 

r> j m t . MS65-273 

Gardner, Washington, 1845-1928. 

Papers, 1897-1912. 17 items and 2 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Michigan secretary of state and U. S. Representative. 
Two letter press books (1897-99) ; monthly statements and 
miscellaneous papers (1911-12) of the Albion Malleable 
Iron Company of Albion, Mich.; nine letters to Gardner; 
and an abstract of title. Many of the letters in the letter 
press books concern Michigan politics for the period. 

Gift of the W. K. Kellogg Foundation, 1940. 

Garfield, Charles William, 1848-1934. 
Papers, 1899-1929. 50 items and 1 v. 
In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

President of the Michigan Forestry Commission and mem- 
ber of the State Board of Agriculture. Correspondence 
dealing with the Michigan Forestry Association, conserva- 
tion, and forestation in Michigan; letter book (1900-03) 
containing ca. 630 letters of the Michigan Forestry Com- 
mission, of which Garfield was president; 8 drafts of 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



Papers, 1899-1929. 



Garfield, Charles William, 1848-1934. 
(Continued) 

speeches or articles on forestry and conservation, probably 
written by Garfield; and a biographical sketch of Garfield. 
Correspondents include Julius C. Burrows, Burke A. Hins- 
dale, Alfred C. Lane, William B. Mershon, Gifford Pinchot, 
Hazen S. Pingree, Filibert Roth, and Volney M. SpaldiniT 
Acquired, 1964. * 

MS 65-275 
Geer, Harrison. 

Papers, 1865-95. ca. 235 items and 2 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Lawyer. Correspondence and papers, chiefly relating to 
Republican Party politics (1889-92) in Lapeer, Mich.; and 
an account book (1875) of a social club. Correspondents 
include William R. Bates, James McMillan, and John T. 
Rich. 

Gift of Louis C. Crampton. 

MS 65-276 
Gesell, Robert, 1886-1954. 

Papers, 1923-53. ca. 500 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Chairman of the Physiology Dept of the University of 
Michigan. Correspondence, articles, speeches, and lectures 
primarily dealing with Gesell's professional activities in the 
field of physiology. Correspondents include Albert C. 
Furstenberg, Louis A Hopkins, Edward H Kraus, and 
Shirley W. Smith. 

Acquired, 1956. 

„ ' MS65-277 

Gibson, Kenneth R 1895- 

Papers, 1930-56. 12 ft 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Dentist and director of the Child Health Division of the 
Children's Fund of Michigan. Correspondence and records 
primarily concerned with public health programs in Michi- 
gan, such as the summer dental relief program and the 
Michigan Children's Fund programs. 

Gift of Mrs. Kenneth R. Gibson, 1963. 

MS 65-278 
Goddard, Edwin Charles, 1865-1942. 

Papers, 1886-1940. 400 items and 12 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of law at the University of Michigan. Corre- 
spondence, including letters and notes on Goddard's Euro- 
pean trip (1908-09) : family genealogy; addresses and 
essays on various subjects by Goddard and his wife, Lillian 
R. Goddard; outline of an algebra course; University of 
Michigan law thesis; ms. of and material for Goddard's his- 
tory of the University of Michigan Law School; and Ann 
Arbor High School and University of Michigan student 
notebooks on courses given by Henry C. Adams, James B. 
Angell, Isaac X. Demmon, John Dewey, Henry S. Frieze, 
Charles M. Gayley, Richard Hudson, Elisha Jones, Andrew 
C. McLaughlin, George S. Morris, Albert B. Prescott, Jacob 
E. Reighard, Volney M. Spalding, and Victor C. Vaughan. 

Gift of the Goddard estate, 1943. 

MS 65-279 
Goodrich, Calvin, 1874- 

Papers, 1938-46. ca. 150 items and 1 v. 
In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Journalist and curator of mollusks at the University of 
Michigan Museums. Chiefly letters to Goodrich from W. N. 
Weech, describing conditions in England during World War 



34 



n ; ms. of an unpublished book entitled "Immigrant Michi- 
gan," with sections on transportation, newspapers, pioneer 
life, and immigration; and articles and notes on various 
topics. 
Acquired, 1946 and 1961. 

MS 65-280 
Goodrich, Osman Dewey, 1808-1887. 
Papers, 1835-83. 75 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Physician, of Allegan, Mich. Chiefly deeds and tax re- 
ceipts, together with a history of Allegan. 
Gift of Francis L. D Goodrich, 1958. 

MS 65-281 
Gordon, James Wright, 1809-1853. 

Papers, 1794-1862. 106 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Governor of Michigan. Chiefly family correspondence of 
Gordon and his wife while they lived in Plainfield, Command 
other eastern towns. Includes letters from their son, James 
Wright Gordon, Jr.; one letter (1837) relating to Michigan 
politics; and a record (1799-1800) of military supplies; and 
military regulations of the 13th Regt. of the New Jersey 
Militia. 

Gift of Lawrence E. Gordon, 1939. 

MS 65-282 
Gorham, Charles T 1812-1901. 

Papers, 1861-99. 60 items and 1 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Bank president, U. S. Minister to the Netherlands, and 
Assistant Secretary of the Interior. Chiefly correspondence ; 
scrapbook of invitations, and calling cards relating to the 
ministry to the Netherlands. Includes 43 letters from friends 
and political associates, together with some letters relating 
to affairs in Marshall, Mich. Correspondents include Gov. 
Henry P. Baldwin, andZachariah Chandler. 

Described in Guide to Manuscripts in the Michigan His- 
torical Collections of the University of Michigan, by R. M 
Warner and I. C. Brown (1963). 

Gift of Mrs. Amelia Frink Redfield, 1937. 



MS 65-283 
Grand Rapids. Kindergarten Training School. 

Records, 1891-1919. 108 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Articles of incorporation and minutes; student registers 
and alumni rosters ; performance records of students ; student 
and teacher's notebooks, mostly those of Clara Wheeler; pat- 
terns and other teaching devices; and financial records. 

Gift of Mrs. B. W. Olsen, 1946. 

MS 65-284 
Green, Fred Warren, 1872-1936. 

Papers, 1899-1932. 122 items and 4 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Governor of Michigan. Correspondence while Green was 
in Santa Clara, Cuba. (1899) and for the period 1926-32; 
proceedings of a general court-martial at Santa Clara; a 
report (1904) by Green on Michigan National Guard en- 
campment ; 61 notes and addresses ; scrapbooks of clippings 
of election returns, tickets, and political campaigns from 
1881 to 1927. 

Gift of Mrs. Fred Green, 1940. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 66-285 
Greene, Mary Theresa. 

Papers, 1910-48. 125 items and 2 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Physician. Correspondence and scrapbooks pertain- 
ing mainly to the University of Michigan Medical School, 
Class of 1890; and a biographical sketch of Dr. Adelle P. 
Pierce. 

Gift of Miss Greene, 1948. 



MS65-286 
Gregg, Phineas. 

Papers, 1849-1925. 1 ft. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Physician. Three deeds, docket book, and marriage rec- 
ords of members of the Saunders Colony of freed slaves in 
Calvin Township, Cass Co., Mich., among whom Gregg 
worked; incomplete reminiscences of this Negro settlement 
by Gregg's son, William C. Gregg; an incomplete biography 
of Abdulah, a Moslem neighbor of William Gregg; and a 
hs. ( 1925) by Frank C. Gregg. 

Gift of Mrs. Janet Gregg Polacheck, 1960-61. 



MS65-287 
Gridley, Eleanor (Gridley) 6.1846. 

Papers, 1837-1939. ca. 400 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Political and private correspondence and papers of Mrs. 
Gridley, her father, Judge G. Thompson Gridley, and other 
members of the family relating to the centennial celebration 
in Philadelphia in 1876, the Republican Party, Abraham 
Lincoln, and the elections of 1932 and 1936. Correspond- 
ents include James J. Couzens, Hamilton Fish, Fred W. 
Green, and Arthur H. Vandenberg. 

Gift of Mrs. Gridley, 1938-40. 



MS65-288 
Griffin, Eli Augustas, 1833-1864. 

Papers, 1836-82. ca. 250 items and 4 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Union Army officer and businessman, of Miles, Mich. 
Correspondence, diaries, commissions, resolutions, and mis- 
cellaneous items. Includes a diary (1853) of a trip to the 
California gold fields; diary (1856) of a trip from Council 
Bluffs, Iowa, to Salt Lake City, Utah; a brief diary (1859) 
of a trip from St. Joseph, Mo., to Pikes Peak gold fields; 
two diaries describing Griffin's military service in the 6th 
and 19th Michigan Infantry Kegt. during the Civil War; 
133 letters (1861-64) from Griffin written to relatives and 
friends, from various military installations; correspondence 
of Griffin's wife and his father, Samuel Hicks Griffin, relat- 
ing to his travels and his military activities; letters relating 
to Griffin's fatal wounding; a letter by his son, Edwin Clar- 
ence Griffin, describing the Grand Army of the Republic 
convention held in Detroit in 1882; and Griffin's diary 
(1862) including a brief diary (1869) written by his son, 
Edwin. Correspondents include John Bennett, Isaac Grif- 
fin, Paschal A. Pullman, Lucius M Wing, and John Wood- 
ruff. 

Most of the letters and diaries relating to military acti- 
vities have been described in Michigan men in the Civil 
War, by Ida C. Brown (Michigan Historical Collections, 
Bulletin no. 9, Jan. 1959 ) p. 20. 

Gift of Mrs. Jeanne Griffin, 1958. 



35 



MS 65-289 
Griffiths, Martha Wright, 1912- 

Papers, 1956-63. 12 ft. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

U. S. Representative from Michigan. Correspondence 
and other papers dealing with all phases of Mrs. Griffiths' 
congressional career in tike 84th, 86th and 87th Congresses. 

Closed to investigators. 

Gift of Mrs. Griffiths, 1962. 



MS 65-290 
Grimes, Lucia Voorhees. 

Papers, 1912-32. 3 ft. and 1 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, scrapbook, minutes, notes, a bill proposed 
to the Michigan Legislature, and miscellaneous material on 
woman suffrage and women's political activities in Michigan. 

Gift of Mrs. George L. Grimes, 1948. 



MS 65-291 
Guest, Edgar Albert, 1881-1959. 

Papers, ca. 1900-51. 1 ft 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Poet Testimonial letters (1926) from prominent De- 
troiters; typewritten drafts and copies of radio talks (1926) ; 
congratulatory telegrams (1926) from radio listeners; xs. 
scores (1900-31) of various composers with words by Guest; 
some inscribed presentation copies of Guest's poems set to 
music ; and galley proofs of poems. 

Gift of Mr. Guest, 1938. 



MS 65-292 
Guthe, Carl Eugen, 1898- 

Papers, 1922-42. ca. 2 ft and 11 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Anthropologist director of the University of Michigan 
Museums, and director of the New York State Museums. 
Correspondence, archeological notes, financial records, and 
other materials on the University of Michigan expedition to 
die Philippine Islands, together with material relating to 
other aspects of the University of Michigan, including the 
centennial celebration and various committees. 

Gift of Mr. Guthe, 1944. 



MS65-293 
Hager family. 

Correspondence, 1857-87. 202 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Chiefly letters to Mrs. Sabra Hager, of Otsego, Mich., 
relating to personal and family affairs, tjie Civil War, and 
neighbors leaving for the Pike's Peak gold rusk Includes 
90 letters from her husband, Phineas A Hager (1820-1864) 
of Company B, 19th Michigan Infantry; 25 letters from her 
son, William H. White (1840-1862), of Company G, 6th 
Michigan Infantry; and three letters from Henry Stark, of 
Company G, 6th Michigan Infantry. 

Civil War letters are described in Michigan men in the 
Civil War, by Ida C. Brown (Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions, Bulletin no. 9, Jan. 1959) p. 20, 29, 31. 

Gift of Robert Klinger, 1943. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 65-294 
Haight family. 

Papers, 1919-45. ea. 250 items and 4 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Chiefly farm accounts, trade cards, valentines, poems, 
genealogy, and other miscellaneous papers of the Haight 
family, of Dearborn, Mich. 

Gift of Floyd L. Haight, 1958. 

_ „ „ . MS 65-295 

HaD, Daniel, d. 1887. 

Papers, 1852-1904. 2 ft. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Physician, of Saline, Mich. Correspondence, 10 prescrip- 
tion books, daybooks, and ledgers recording charges for 
medical services ; University of Michigan student notebook 
(1852) on courses given by Samuel Denton, Silas H. Doug- 
las, Moses Gunn, and Abram Sager; and two copies of a 
genealogical record of the Jacob and Peter Cook families. 
Includes 17 letters (1878-1903) from various University of 
Michigan officials and professors, recommending Hall's son. 
Abram S. HaD. 

Gift of Abram S. Hall, 1938; and Louis S. White, 1958. 

n n «_ . . MS 65-296 

HaD, Emma Amelia, 1837-1884. 

Papers, 1866-1935. ca. 150 items, 7 v., and 1 reel of 
microfilm. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Superintendent of Michigan State Training School for 
Girls. Correspondence, four vols, of diaries (1879-84) not- 
ing daily events, one reel of microfilm of diaries and the 
superintendent's reports, reports (1871-84), minutes (1880) 
expense accounts for the school, ms. history of die Detroit 
Presbyterian Home Mission Society, obituary notes, note- 
books, sermons, and miscellaneous papers. 

Gift of Francis L. D. Goodrich. 1938. 

n n « • cj. ^ MS65-297 

HaD, Morns Stuart, 1839-1913. 

Papers, 1860-1912. 51 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions 

Businessman, of Ypsilanti, Mich. Correspondence and 
papers relating to Hall's Civil War service and his sub- 
sequent efforts to receive a government pension; an auto- 
biographical sketch and reminiscences (1908) of Hall's ex- 
periences as a soldier in the 18th Michigan Infantry and as 
an officer in the 44th U S. Infantry during the War: and a 
deed to property. 

Described in Michigan men in the Civil War, by Ida C 
Brown (Michigan Historical Collections, Bulletin no. 9, Jan. 
1959) p. 21 and Supplement (Oct 1960) p. 11. 

Gift of Francis L. D. Goodrich, 1949-59. 

„ J . MS 65-298 

Hammond, Jason E 1. 1862. 

Papers, 1896-1945. ca. 275 items and 1 v. 
In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Michigan State Superintendent of Public Instruction. 
Correspondence of Hammond and his wife, primarily of a 
personal nature, containing congratulatory letters on birth- 
days; mb. of an address (1942) given by Hammond upon 
the 50th anniversary of Central Michigan University; and 
one volume of poems written by him or dedicated to him 
Correspondents include John T. Rich and Edwin Arlington 
Robinson. 

Gift of Mr. Hammond, 1946-47. 



36 



MS 65—299 
Hampton, Will E 1864-1959. 

Papers, 1859-1959. ca. 500 items and 3 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Journalist, of Charlevoix, Mich. Correspondence relat- 
ing to Indians, various Michigan communities, and the 
Knights of Pythias; reminiscences of Charlevoix and Har- 
bor Springs, Mich.; poetry; three scrapbooks of clippings 
and poems; miscellaneous papers; Civil War papers of 
Hampton's father, Carlos D. Hampton, a surgeon in the 4tii 
Michigan Infantry; and Civil War reminiscences of sis 
mother in Texas. Correspondents include Alben W. Bark- 
ley, Bruce Catton, Edgar A. Guest, Carlos D. Hampton, and 
Chase S. Osborn. 

Gift of Victor Hampton, 1960. 



MS65-800 
Hampton family. 

Papers, 1827-9L 156 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Letters to Oliver Hampton (1807-1860) and his wife, 
Rachel Good Hampton, from relatives and friends in New 
York and Pennsylvania; five letters (1840-58) to Benjamin 
Stevens from his parents in New York; diary and account 
book of Oliver Hampton; and genealogy of the Hampton 
and Good families. The letters chiefly concern family and 
church (Society of Friends) matters. A few contain re- 
marks about the Civil War. 

Gift of Mrs. Nellie D. Finley, 1937-38. 



n l ^ »•'.«' ' MS 65-301 

Hanchett, Benjamin SawteD, 1869-1933. 

Papers, 188S-1958. 13 ft. and 3 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Businessman, of Grand Rapids, and member of the Board 
of Regents of the University of Michigan. Personal and 
business correspondence and other papers dealing mainly 
with politics and university affairs. Includes material re- 
lating to the impact of the depression and the New Deal on 
agriculture in Michigan. Correspondents include Fred 
Warren Green, Alexander Groesbeck, Carl Mapes, and 
Chase S. Osborn. 

Gift of Jacob Shoemaker and John Huizinga, 1963 and 



„ MS65-302 

Hannah and Lay Company, Trovers* City, Mieh. 
Records, 1852-1919. 28 ft. and 250 v. 
In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, vouchers, daybooks, invoices, cashbooks, 
journals, ledgers, and other records of a lumber company. 



„ . „ MS65-308 

Hams, Samuel Smith, 5p., 1841-1888. 
Papers, 1878-89. ca. 3 ft. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Episcopal clergyman. Correspondence, miscellaneous 
business papers, and sermons. Includes a letter from 
Phillips Brooks. 
Gift of William P. Harris, 1946. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



„_,,.." MS 65-304: 

Hart family. 

Papers, 1858-92. ca. 500 items and 4 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence concerning personal and business affairs 
in Lapeer and North Lansing, Mich; accounts; indentures; 
bills ; receipts ; and other business papers. Includes 244 let- 
ters of Alvin N. Hart, Arthur H Hart, Rodney G. Hart, 
and others. 

Gift of Louis C. Cramton, 1945 and 1957. 



MS65-805 
Hartsnff family. 

Papers, 1839-1930. 60 items and 7 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence; news clippings; obituaries; genealogical 
notes on the Hartsuff, Banning, and Elliott families; diary 
(1908-15) of Alice Hartsuff, covering her travels in Europe; 
diary (1882) of Albert Hartsuff, written while he was sta- 
tioned with the Army in New Mexico; and diaries (1884- 
90) of Florence Hartsuff Bethell, kept while she was a 
Detroit schoolgirl and on a trip to Europe. Correspondents 
include Albert Hartsuff, George Hartsuff, and William 
Hartsuff. 

Gift of Mrs. Luther S. Trowbridge, 1962. 



„ MS 65-306 

HascaD, Charles C 

Papers, 1833-60. 3 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Receiver of public moneys, of Genesee, Mich Copies of 
letters (1836-40) sent by Hascall relating to the administra- 
tion of his office; and a daybook (1833-60) of a general store 
in Flint, Mich. 

Gift of Mrs. Angeline Burrington, 1940. 



„ „ MS65-307 

Hastings, Walter E 1888- 

Papers, 1921-50. 100 items and 3 v. 
_ In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Michigan Dept. of Conservation officer. Correspondence, 
scrapbooks, and other papers relating to Hastings' work as 
photographer, naturalist, and conservation officer. Corre- 
spondents include Fred W. Green, John A Hannah, Clar- 
ence C. Little, Frank Murphy, and Alexander G. Ruthven. 
Gift of Roscoe O. Bonisteel, 1961. 



MS 65-308 
Haughey family. 

Correspondence, 1917-55. 3ft. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence of the family of Wilfred H Haughey, a 
physician. Includes personal family letters; letters from 
Haughey to his wife and children written while he was serv- 
ing in the U.S. Army as a surgeon in France during World 
War x; correspondence of members of the family attending 
the University of Michigan; and correspondence of the 
Haughey children written during World War rx from many 
places throughout the world. 

Gift of Dr. Wilfrid Haughey, 1955. 



MS 65-309 
Haven, Erastus Otis, Bp., 1820-1881. 

Papers, 1838-73. 8 items and 4 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

In part, transcripts (typewritten). 

Methodist clergyman, chancellor of Syracuse University, 
president of Northwestern University and of the University 
of Michigan. Letter press book (1864-65) chiefly containing 
official correspondence while Haven was president of the 
University of Michigan; » few letters; typewritten copies of 
articles appearing in the Michigan argus for 1869, con- 
demning and defending Haven for speaking in a Unitarian 
Church in Detroit ; and scrapbooks. 



MS 65-310 
Hawley family. 

Papers, 1834-75. 81 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, two personal account books, receipts, and 
deeds of Asa Hawley's family, of Union City, Mich. 

Gift of Mrs. A W. Diack, 1957. 



MS 65-311 
Hayden, Joseph Ralston, 1887-1945. 

Papers, 1854-1945. 67 ft. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Chairman of the Dept. of Political Science at the Univer- 
sity of Michigan and U. S. Vice Governor General of the 
Philippines, 1933-35. Chiefly correspondence, lecture notes, 
hss. of books and articles, speeches, reports, 'files of news- 
paper clippings, and miscellaneous papers chiefly relating to 
the Philippine Islands. Includes family correspondence 
and papers relating to Hayden's World War I service, and 
to his activities at the University of Michigan. Nearly all 
phases of the Philippine government and politics, foreign 
relations, education, agriculture, industry, and important 
personalities are discussed. Correspondents include James 
R. Fugate, Edgar A Guest, J. Weldon Jones, Jose Laurel, 
Frank Murphy, Sergio Osmena, Frank Parker, Jesse Reeves, 
Carlos Romulo, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Manuel Roxas, 
Francis B. Sayre, Mathew Tomlinson, Arthur H Vanden- 
berg, and Leonard Wood. 

Gift of Mrs. Joseph R. Hayden, 1955. 



MS 65-312 
Hayden family. 

Papers, 1826-1901. 77 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Personal correspondence (1833-1901), contracts, receipts, 
indentures, and other business papers (1826-60) of Elisha 
Hayden's family. Includes three Civil War letters (1865) 
of Jasper Hayden. 

Gift of Augustus Hendehnan, 1953. 



MS 65-313 
Haydon, Arthur W 

Papers, 1865-1915. 2 ft 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Sheep raiser, of Decatur, Mich Account books and farm 
records. 

Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Ruff, 1922. 



37 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 65-314 
Haydon, Charies B 1834-1864. 

Papers, 1852-64. 1ft. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Lawyer and Union Army officer. 17 diaries (1861-64) 
describing Haydon's service with the 2d Eegt., Michigan In- 
fantry; a personal account book; University of Michigan 
notebooks, including one on a history coarse given by James 
B Boise ; and a sketchbook. 

The diaries are described in Michigan men in the Civil 
War, by Ida C. Brown (Michigan Historical Collections, 
Bulletin no. 9, Jan. 1959) p. 2L 

Gift of lone Haydon, 1950; and Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Buff, 
1962. 



MS 65-315 
Haze, Charles W 1. 1820. 

Papers, 1849-1938. ca. 300 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Physician. Correspondence of Haze, his wife, his daugh- 
ter, and others, chiefly about family affairs; swamp land 
certificates; land tax receipts, five small account books; in- 
dentures ; and other legal papers. Includes one letter (1850) 
concerning a trek to California to join the gold rush. 

Gift of Mrs. K.D.Potter, 1952. 

MS 65-316 
Helme, James W 1860-1938. 

Papers, 1844-1938. ca. 550 items and 8 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Lawyer, Michigan State official, and editor of the Michi- 
gan patron. Correspondence and business papers concern- 
ing farm affairs, legal business, and Michigan politics, in- 
cluding material on the 1918 U. S. senatorial campaign in 
which Helme was a Democratic nominee in the primary 
election; diary (1882) of everyday events; copies of articles 
and speeches; scrapbooks of clippings on campaign activi- 
ties, with notes by Helme; and papers of his father, James 
W. Helme (1817-1883) including correspondence with his 
brothers and with Laura S.Haviland. 

Gift of Mrs. James W. Hehne, Jr., 1988. 



„_* _ „ MS 65-317 

Herbert, J Joseph, 1894-1956. 

Papers, 1917-56. 2 ft and 6 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Lawyer and regent of the University of Michig an Cor- 
respondence (1943-56), mainly dealing with University of 
Michigan affairs, three student notebooks on courses given 
by Edgar N. Durfee and Willis G. Stoner, and a scrapbook 
of pictures, together with two other scrapbooks (1954-56) 
kept by Mrs. Herbert 

Gift of Mrs. J. Joseph Herbert, 1959-60. 

_ . , ^ MS 65-318 

Hinsdale, Burke Aaron, 1837-1900. 

Papers, 1857-1960. ca. 2 ft. and 7 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of education at the University of Michigan and 
president of Hiram College, Hiram Ohio. Papers of Hins- 
dale and members of his family, including his correspond- 
ence dealing with family affairs, business and professional 
activities, Hiram College, European travels, and the' Uni- 
versity of Michigan; letter (1858) and copies of correspond- 



38 



ence with James A. Garfield; letter (1896) from Benjamin 
Harrison; papers of Hinsdale's three daughters, Ellen 
Clarinda Hinsdale (1864-1958), Mary Louisa Hinsdale 
(1866-1946), and Mildred Hinsdale, concerning their pro- 
fessional activities, publications, travels, especially a trip to 
Bussia in 1928; mss. of books and articles; and citations and 
honors of the family. Correspondents include Randolph G. 
Adams, John B Alden, James B. AngelL Dennis W. Brogan, 
Nicholas M Butler, Donald J. Cowling, William E. Dodd, 
Lucretia Rudolph Garfield, Albert B. Hart, Anne CHare 
McCormick, Alice Freeman Palmer, Theodore Roosevelt, 
Henry L. Stimson, and Charles Sumner. 
Gift of the Hinsdale family, 1949-60. 

MS 65-519 
Hinsdale, Wilbert Bartlett, 1851-1944. 

Papers, 1895-1934. 70 items and 10 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of homeopathy at the University of Michigan. 
Correspondence; diary (1905) of a trip through the British 
Isles; notes on archeology and homeopathy; notebook of 
callers at Hinsdale's home ; eight scrapbooks, mostly printed 
items but with some ms. items on the University of Mich- 
igan Homeopathic Hospital. Correspondents include James 
B. Angell, Woodbridge N. Ferris, Fred W. Green, Warren 
G. Harding, Ethel F. Hussey, Harry B. Hutchins, and Wil- 
liam O. Thompson. 

Gift of Ellen and Mildred Hinsdale, 1944-53. 

MS 65-320 
Historical Records Survey. Michigan. 

Records, 1936-41. 195 ft. and 1 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

In part, transcripts. 

Correspondence; rough drafts of guides; field reports of 
workers; transcripts of land patents and board of super- 
visors' proceedings from many Michigan counties and town- 
ships, used in compiling the "Inventory of county archives"; 
and other materials, including a "History of the Negro in 
Michigan." Many of the proceedings date back to the 1850's. 

On deposit 

MS 65-321 
Hobbs, William Herbert, 1864-1952. 

Papers, 1915-47. 1 ft. and 11 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of geology at the University of Michigan. Cor- 
respondence concerning geological problems, including com- 
munications from Vilhjalmur Stefansson and the National 
Security League and its Ann Arbor, Mich, branch; mss. of 
articles by Hobbs; lecture notes; 11 diaries containing notes 
on University of Michigan expeditions to Greenland and to 
the Pacific Ocean; and notes on other trips made by Hobbs. 
Correspondents include Charles E. Townsend and Leonard 
Wood. 

Acquired, 1953. 

MS 65-322 
Hollister, Richard Dennis Teall, 1878- 

Papers, 1897-1960. 2 ft. and 1 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of speech at the University of Michigan. Cor- 
respondence, lectures, mss. of writings, and clippings relat- 
ing to the activities of the University of Michigan Speech 
Dept, public lectures, recitals, dramatic activities, and the 
University of Michigan debating team. Correspondents in- 
clude Thomas E. Black, Marion L. Burton, John R. Effinger, 
Edward H Kraus, J. Raleigh Nelson, James M O'Neill, 
Theodore Roosevelt, Alexander G. Buthven, and Thomas C. 
Trueblood. 

Gift of Mrs. Hollister, 1957-61. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 65-323 
Hooper, Lewis Edwin, 1895- 

Papers, 1031-48. ca. 250 items and 1 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Dentist and president of I the Michigan State Dental Asso- 
ciation. Correspondence and other papers relating to 
Hooper's dental career in Michigan and to his fight for leg- 
islation to control dentistry, 1931-32; Ms. of Hooper's presi- 
dential address to the dental association; biographical 
sketch; minutes and other papers of the Southern Wayne 
County Dental Club; and scrapbook compiled by Hooper, 
containing examples of unethical dental advertising and 
dental practices. 

Gift of Dr. Hooper, 1959. 



MS 65-324 
Hopkins, George Hiram, 1842-1906. 

Letter press books, 1902-13. 2 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Lawyer, of Detroit. Letter press books containing corre- 
spondence largely relating to legal matters, together with a 
few family letters from Hopkins and his brother Charles, 
who was administrator of his estate. Some of the letters 
relate to subscriptions to the Michigan Vicksburg Monument 
Commission. 



MS 65-325 
Hopkins, Louis Allen, 1881- 

Correspondence, 1906-32. ca. 375. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. _ 

Professor at the University of Michigan. Correspondence 
concerning Hopkins' church work, his scholarly activities, 
and his publications in the fields of mathematics and astron- 
omy. Correspondents include S. B. Barrett, Miner Lee 
Bates, Mortimer E. Copley, Cloyd Goodnight, Thomas C. 
Howe, Edward Kraus, Joseph W. Mauck, and Shirlev W. 
Smith. 



„ MS 65-326 

Hotchkiss, George W 1831-1926. 

Papers, 1857-192". ca. 50 items and 1 v. 
In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Lumberman, of Bay City and Saginaw, Mich., and editor 
of the Lumberman's gazette. Autobiography (1862-78) 
dealing with Hotchkiss' experiences in the Bay City-Sagi- 
naw area ; and miscellaneous clippings and other papers re- 
lating to Hotchkiss' career, especially bis experiences in the 
California gold rush. 
Gift of Lawrence E. Hotchkiss, 1962. 



MS 65-327 
Houghton, Douglass, 1809-1845. 

Papers, 1829-45. 100 items and 2 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

In part, photocopies. 

Physician, scientist, and first State geologist of Michigan. 
Letter press book (1841-45) of Houghton's letters to promi- 
nent Michigan citizens; other correspondence; field notes, 
including maps drawn by Houghton; and notes and papers 
on Houghton collected by Mrs. John Ehlers. 



39 



MS 65-328 
Hovey family. 

Papers, 1833-89. 503 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence (1870-81) pertaining to Hiram W. 
Hovey; 86 records of land transactions, primarily in Shia- 
wassee Co., Mich., relating to the Hovey brothers, Andrew, 
Hiram, and Horace; and miscellaneous business and legal 
papers. 

Gift of Frederick G. Hamil, 1936. 

MS 65-329 
Howard, Gene Frank. 

Letters, 1945-51. ca. 150 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Letters from Howard, of Flint, MMl, to his parents while 
he was serving in the U. S. Navy daring World War n and 
others from postwar years. 

Collection is closed to investigators. 

Gift of Mrs. F. Clever Bald, 1961. 

MS 65-330 
Howard, Sumner. 

Letters, 1942-53. ca. 500 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Letters from Howard, of Flint, Mich, to his parents while 
he was attending Culver Military Academy and the Univer- 
sity of Michigan, serving in the U. S. Navy during World 
War n, and working in Jakarta (Batavia), Indonesia, 
1951-53. 

Collection is closed to investigators. 

Gift of Mrs. F. Clever Bald, 1962. 

MS 65-331 
Hubbard, Beta, 1814-1896. 

Papers, 1835-93. 11 items and 69 v. 
In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Lumberman, real estate operator, and geologist Note- 
books containing field notes, sketches, and maps; private 
_ journals covering Michigan geological expeditions and other 
trips, including the peninsula coast survey, the Lake Superior 
and Upper Peninsula surveys, and surveys of Wayne, Mon- 
roe, and other counties in Michigan; weather memoranda 
(1835-64) ; miscellaneous accounts; and miscellaneous 
papers mainly relating to geology. 
Acquired, 1947 and 1958. 

MS65-832 
Hubbard, Lucius Lee, 1849-1933. 

Papers, 1871-1935. 4 ft. and 38 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Michigan State Geologist and regent of the University 
of Michigan. Correspondence, including ca, 3000 letters 
and 3, letter press books, relating to personal matters, Hub- 
bard's literary and book collecting interests, geology and 
mining, publication of his writings, and the University of 
Michigan, particularly its Board of Regents; addresses; geo- 
logical and University of Michigan reports; 27 vols, of 
notes and diaries on the Moosehead Lake region of Maine; 
diary (1893) of activities around Houghton Lake; account 
book (1871) kept while Hubbard was a student at Harvard; 
$nd notebooks of class work and of research abroad. Cor- 
respondents include Holland C. Allen, Henry M Bates, 
Junius E. BeaL William W. Bishop, Aaron T. Bliss, Julius 
C. Burrows, Marion L. Burton, William L. Clements, Morti- 
mer E. Cooley, Charles A. Davis, Woodbridge N. Ferris, 
Fred W. Green, William H Hobbs, Jacob Houghton, Harry 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



Papers, 1871-1935. 



Hubbard, Lucius Lee, 1849-1933 
(Continued) 

B. Hutchins, Francis W. Kelsey, Frank Knox, Theodore W. 
Koch, Edward H. Kraus, Alfred C. Lane, Clarence C. Little, 
James 0. Murfin, Chase S. Osborn, Gifford Pinchot, John 
T. Rich, Filibert Roth, Israel C. Russell, Alexander G. 
Ruthven, Walter H Sawyer, Albert E. Sleeper, Shirley W. 
Smith, William A Smith, Ralph Stone, Marshman E. 
Wadsworth, Fred M. Warner, Peter Q. White, and H. Olin 
Young. 

Gift of Mrs. Charlotte Hubbard Goodell, 1941. 



„ t MS66-333 

Haber, Gotthelf Carl, 1865-1934. 

Papers, 1874-1943. 10 ft and 11 v. 
In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of anatomy and dean of the Graduate School at 
the University of Michigan. Correspondence; addresses; 
and University of Michigan notebooks on courses given by 
Edward S. Dunster, Alonzo B. Palmer, Volney M. Spalding, 
Joseph B. Steere, and Victor C. Vaughan. Correspondence 
before 1900 is mostly between Huber and his wife, Lucy 
Parker Huber, and with members of her family; corre- 
spondence after 1900, is with professors and doctors in the 
United States and abroad, reflecting Huber's professional 
interest in medicine and scholarly writing. Many of Huber's 
letters (1891-92) were written from Berlin. 

Gift of Mrs. Carl G. Huber, 1936; and the Alumni Asso- 
ciation, 1945. 



v i 4. n ,. „ MS 65-334 

Hulst, Cornelia (Steketee) 1865-1957. 

Papers, 1898-1949. 178 items and 1 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Teacher, of Grand Rapids, Mich. Correspondence relat- 
ing to Mrs. Hulst's classical studies and publications; four 
mss. on classical subjects and on Rasmus B. Anderson; ex- 
cerpts from reviews and comments on her writings; and one 
volume of jrs. poems. Correspondents include Rasmus B. 
Anderson, Harry B. Hutchins, and John A. Scott. 

Gift of Mrs. Hulst, 1950. 



™ m „. MS 65-335 

Hussey, William Joseph, 1862-1926. 

Papers, 1879-1926. 5 ft. and 20 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Astronomer and professor at Stanford University, Univer- 
sidad Nacional de la Plata, Argentina, and tie University 
of Michigan. Correspondence of Hussey, his wife, Ethel 
Fountain Hussey, members of their family, and friends per- 
taining to personal matters, astronomical work, travel 
abroad, and affairs at the universities where Hussey held 
appointments, particularly the University of Michigan; 
diaries of Argentina and South Africa travels and activities 
in the University of Michigan Observatory; two student 
notebooks containing notes on John Williams Langley's 
course in physics; notes on mathematics; and account books, 
reports, and scrapbooks. Correspondents include James B. 
Angell, Levi L. Barbour, Luther Burbank, Marion L. Bur- 
ton, William W. Campbell, William L. Clements, Ralph H. 
Curtiss, David Starr Jordan, and Robert P. Lamont 

Gift of Allis F. Hussey, 1941; and the University of 
Michigan Dept. of Astronomy, 1949-50. 



„ , ,_. „ MS 65-336 

Hutchins, Harry Burns, 1847-1930. 

Papers, 1897-1930. 22 ft and 3 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Dean of the Law School and president of the University 
of Michigan. Correspondence, addresses, reports, student 
notebooks, and miscellaneous items relating primarily to the 
University of Michigan, dating from Hutchins' student days 
at the University to his retirement Includes correspondence 
with educators and public figures on the national scene- 
Most of the papers cover the years, 1910-20, when Hutchins 
was president of the University and include information on 
dealings with the alumni, the Board of Regents, the faculty, 
and administrative officers. 

Some of the correspondents have been listed in Guide to 
manuscripts in the Michigan Historical Collections of the 
University of Michigan, by R. M Waijier and L C. Brown 
(1963) p. 82-83. 

MS65-887 
International Molders' and Foundry Workers' Union of 
North America. Local SI S, Grand Rapids. 
Records, 1878-1940. 23 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 
Minutes (to 1909) and financial records. 
Gift of Mrs. Edward A. Kosten, 1963. 

MS 65-388 
Isle Royale papers, 1921-55. ca. 2 ft. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, ms. and notes (1955) of an article by 
Martha M. Bigelow, newspaper clippings, and miscellaneous 
papers relating to the "Detroit news" campaign to make Isle 
Royale, Mich., a national park" and to secure land for it 
Correspondents include Arno B. Cameron, William P. F. 
Ferguson, Harold L. Ickes, Chase S. Osborn, Alexander G. 
Ruthven, Albert Stoll, Arthur H. Vandenberg, and Lee A. 
White. 

Gift of the Detroit news, 1952; and Martha M. Bigelow, 
1965. 

MS 65-839 
Jackson, Walter Hinckley, 1840-1930. 

Papers, 1852-1936. 250 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) 

Civil War veteran and dentist, of Ann Arbor, Mich. Cor- 
respondence on family matters, business affairs, and profes- 
sional activities; typewritten copy of diary covering 
Jackson's Civil War service in the 130th New York Infantry 
and the 19th New York Cavalry as chief trumpeter, 1862-65 ; 
genealogies of the Jackson and Samuel Williams families; 
legal and business papers ; poems ; and clippings. 

Gift of Donald Limpert, 1963. 

MS 65-340 
Jenkins, Guy Hugh, d. 1957. 

Papers, 1932-57. 1ft 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Journalist for Booth newspapers. Correspondence and 
miscellaneous papers concerning Michigan politics, Jenkins' 
newspaper column, business affairs, and the awarding of an 
honorary m. a. degree by the University of Michigan. Cor- 
respondents include William A. Comstock, Grover C. Dill- 
man, John A. Hannah, George M Humphrey, William B. 
Mershon, George A. Osborn, Frank E. Bobbins, and Alex- 
ander G- Ruthven. 

Gift of Mrs. Jenkins, 1957. 



40 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



r . ™™. MS65-S41 

Jenks, William Lee, 1856-1936. 

Papers, 1779-1936. ca. 360 items and 7 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Lawyer and author, of Port Huron, Mich. Correspond- 
ence, notes, notebooks, documents, drafts, sketches, and 
monographs on Michigan history, eminent men and institu- 
tions of Michigan. Topics discussed include Michigan news- 
papers, banks (including banks in St. Clair Co., Mich.), 
street railways, and the University of Michigan. 

Gift of Mrs. Carl Lassen, 1937. 

MS65-342 
Johnson, Axel Petrus, 1878-1952. 

Papers, 1908-39. ca. 250 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Journalist and author. Correspondence and papers deal- 
ing with Johnson's position as advertising manager of the 
"Chicago record-herald" and publisher-owner of the "Grand 
Rapids times." Includes five letters from Arthur H. Van- 
denberg; ms. of a drama for Masonic use, written by John- 
son, entitled Sons of Aryus; and a syllabus for a creative 
writing class. 

Gift of Mrs. A. P. Johnson and Dorothea Johnson, 
1958-60. 

MS65-343 
Joy, Henry Bourne, 1864-1936. 

Papers, 1887-1937. 12 ft and 28 v. 
^ In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

President of the Packard Motor Car Company. Corre- 
spondence, chiefly 1927-36, concerning Joy's business activi- 
ties in Detroit, particularly with the Packard Motor Car 
Company, his campaign against the 18th amendment and 
the Federal Council of Churches, and for the American 
Liberty League, the Lincoln Highway Association, and for 
reducing the Allied war debts; and 26 scrapbooks on a 
variety of subjects. Correspondents include James J. Cou- 
aens, Elizabeth Dilling, Warren G. Harding, Charles E. 
Hughes, Edward Hunter, Harry A. Jung, Alfred M. Lan- 
don, Andrew W. Mellon, Truman H. Newberry, Franklin D. 
Boosevelt, Theodore Roosevelt, Elihu Boot, William H. 
Slayton, and William H. Taft 

Gift of Mrs. Henry B. Joy, 1946. 

MS 65-344 
Joy, James Frederick, 1810-1896. 

Papers, 1834-1937. 9 ft and 5 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Lawyer, railroad magnate, and regent of the University 
of Michigan. Materials compiled by research associates of 
Joy on midwestern railroads before the Civil War, chiefly 
the Illinois Central and tie Chicago, Burlington, and 
Quincy; papers for a biography of Abraham Lincoln; and 
a biography of Joy, written by M C. McConkey. 

Gift of Mrs. Henry B. Joy, 1946. 

MS65-345 
Karpinski, Louis Charles, 1878-1956. 

Papers, 1901-56. 2 ft 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of mathematics at the University of Michigan. 
Letters (1901-03) from Karpinski to his parents, written 
from Europe while he was a student there; correspondence 
about University of Michigan affairs; correspondence with 
various universities; letters connected with his scholarly in- 
terests in mathematics and cartography; notes; and lists of 



KarpinsM's publications. Correspondents include Ban- 
dolph G. Adams, William W. Bishop, William L. Clements, 
William G. Frost, and Thomas Spaulding. 
Gift of Mr. Karpinski, 1949. 



MS65-346 
Keeler, Alonzo Merrill, b. 1826. 

Papers, 1853-89. 60itemsand4v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Teacher. Personal correspondence, chiefly Civil War 
letters of Keeler and his brother Ezra Keeler of Macomb 
Co^ Mich, covering their service in the 22d Michigan In- 
fantry; and four diaries kept by Alonzo relating primarily 
to his life in Confederate prisons. 

Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil S. Morrow, 1962. 



MS 65-347 
Kellogg, John Harvey, 1852-1943. 

Papers, 1873-1942. 15 ft. and 78 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Superintendent and surgeon of Battle Creek Sanitarium. 
Correspondence; household accounts (1897-1900) ; lecture 
notes; transcripts of informal question and answer sessions; 
mss. of speeches, books and articles; notebooks containing 
brief comments on trips in the United States and abroad; 
and student notebooks of the University of Michigan and 
Bellevue Hospital, New York. 

Gift of Gertrude W. Goodwin, 1960-62. 



MS 65-348 
Kelsey, Francis Willey, 1858-1927. 

Papers, 1894-1927. 1 ft. and 28 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of Latin at the University of Michigan. Cor- 
respondence, diaries (1901-27), and other papers, mainly 
relating to the University of Michigan, particularly memo- 
rials to Henry S. Frieze, the University Musical Society, 
papyri acquisitions of the University Library, and Univer- 
sity archeological expeditions in the Near East Some 
papers relate to personal matters. Correspondents include 
Charles K. Adams, D. L. Askren, Earl D. Babst, William 
W. Bishop, Arthur E. R. Boak, Ernest A. W. Budge, 
Marion L. Burton, H Dunscombe Colt Edgar Fletcher- 
Allen, Sir Frederick G. Kenyon, Enoch E. Peterson, and 
Oliver L. Spaulding, Jr. 



MS 65-349 
Kemp, Edward Gearing, 1887-1962. 

Papers, 1920-62. 1 ft 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Lawyer, of Detroit, U. S. Assistant Attorney General, and 
aide of Governor Frank Murphy. Correspondence and other 
papers dealing with personal and professional affairs, par- 
ticularly Kemp's work with Governor Murphy in the Philip- 
pines and his service as an Assistant Attorney General 
Correspondents include Henry M. Bates, Thomas E. Dewey, 
Arthur S. Flemming, J. Edgar Hoover, Charles E. Hughes, 
Cordell Hull, Robert H. Jackson, J. Weldon Jones, George 
A. Malcolm, Frank Murphy, Chase S. Osbora, Franklin D. 
Boosevelt, Harold D. Smith, Robert A. Taft, and G. Mennen 
Williams. 

Gift of Mrs. Walter Shaw, 1962. 



41 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS65-350 
Kennedy, Charles S 1887- 

Papers, 1934-61. 20 ft. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Physician and University of Michigan regent. Corre- 
spondence and other material largely pertaining to Ken- 
nedy's service on the Board of Regents. 
Gift of Dr. Kennedy, 1962. 



MS 65-351 
King, Julia Anne, 1838-1919, 

Papers, 1893-1908. ca. 250 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Educator and school administrator at Eastern Michigan 
University. Lecture notes, articles, student papers, course 
outlines, and a notebook (1872) containing lectures and 
personal accounts, kept by Miag King while she was a 
teacher at Flint High School, Flint, Mich. 

Gift of Charlotte King, 1958. 



- ^ „ MS65-352 

Kosten, Edward A d. 1954. 

Papers, 1913-54. ca. 200 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Labor official, of Grand Rapids, Mich. Correspondence, 
dues book, radio scripts, and other materials relating to 
Michigan labor unions, the aged, job discrimination, the 
Community Chest, and school integration in Grand Rapids; 
and a typescript of a recorded interview with Mrs. Laurel L. 
Kosten describing her work as a State factory inspector in 
the Grand Rapids area in 1937-51. 
Gift of Mrs. Kosten, 1963. 



ir- « , ^ MS 65-3531 

Knapp, Mark Stevens, 1872-1948. 

Papers, 1887-1948. ca. 250 items and 1 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Physician. Papers of Knapp and members of his family 
mostly concerning the Rackham Fund of the University of 
Michigan, including correspondence and reports (1935-36) 
when Knapp was director; letters to his father, Leonard E. 
Knapp, containing some news of Fenton, Mich.; a few 
papers (1932) of the Genessee County (Mich.) Medical So- 
ciety; and a student account book (1891-96) recording 
Knapp's expenses at the University of Michigan. 

Gifts of Mrs. Arthur H Schlanderer, 1958. 



„ ,„ MS65-354 

Kraus, Edward Henry, 1875- 

Papers, 1914-45. ca."2ft. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of mineralogy and dean of the Graduate School 
at the University of Michigan. Correspondence (1914-33) 
between Kraus and various professors and officials in col- 
leges and universities of the United States and abroad con- 
cefning mineralogy and related subjects; correspondence on 
University of Michigan affairs ; addresses ; and other papers. 
Correspondents include Charles Baird, Marion L. Burton, 
Lucius L Hubbard, Alfred C. Lane, Alexander G. Ruthven, 
and Charles E. Townsend. 



MS 65-355 
Lamont, Robert Patterson, 1867-1948. 

Correspondence, 1906-21. ca. 400 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Industrialist and Secretary of Commerce. Correspond- 
ence between Lamont and William J. Hussey, of the Uni- 
versity of Michigan concerning personal matters, astronomy, 
and University of Michigan affairs. 

Acquired, 1949. 



MS 65-356 
Lane, Alfred Church, 1863-1948. 

Papers, 1890-1936. 338 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions 

Michigan State geologist and professor at Tufts College. 
Correspondence with Charles A. Davis, Lucius L. Hubbard, 
and Bryant Walker, relating to geology, University of 
Michigan affairs, and personal matters; and a biographical 
sketch of Hubbard. 

Gift of Alfred C. Lane, 1937. 



MS 65-357 
Lane, Victor Hugo, 1852-1930. 

Papers, 1897-1929. ca. 5 ft. and 1 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Lawyer, judge, and professor of law at the University of 
Michigan. Chiefly correspondence, together with bank 
statements, tax notes and receipts, reports, insurance papers, 
wills, and other miscellaneous items. Most of the cor- 
respondence deals with legal and business matters, including 
discussions of law books, points of law, property in Ann 
Arbor. Mich., and elsewhere, estates handled by Lane, and 
investments. Many letters relate to University of MVftjgan 
affairs, including die Law Library, "Michigan law review," 
the Alumni Association and Fund, the Tappan Fund and 
Association, the Student Christian Association, and the In- 
tercollegiate Association. Other topics dealt with are Lane's 
interests in the Presbyterian Church, particularly in Am< 
Arbor, Michigan T. M C. A., and Michigan politics. Some 
of the letters are from members of the Lane family and some 
are personal letters from friends. Includes a volume of notes 
and pictures (1897) of the First Presbyterian Sabbath 
School of Adrian, Mich. Correspondents include Charles 
Baird, Henry M Bates, Aaron T. Bliss, Roy D. Chapin, 
Frank W. Fletcher, Claudius B. Grant, Harry B. Hutchins, 
Loyal E. Knappen, Joseph B. Moore, Gustavus Ohlinger, 
Walter H. Sawyer, Albion W. Small, Henry C. Smith, Ralph 
Stone, and Frederick J. Turner. 



MS 65-358 
Langley, John Williams, 1841-1918. 

Papers, 1859-1917. ca. 250 items and 2 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of chemistry at the University of Michigan and 
Case Institute in Cleveland. Correspondence, mss. of Christ- 
mas stories, legal and patent papers, notes dealing largely 
with metallurgy, particularly the mercury pump and armor 
plate; the papers of Samuel Pierpont Langley (1834-1906), 
astronomer and physicist; and includes letters chiefly valu- 
able for autographs from Alexander Agassiz, Edward E. 
Hale, Oliver W. Holmes, Rudyard Kipling, Robert T. Lin- 
coln, Samuel S. McClure, Herbert Spencer, Gideon Welles, 
and Kaiser Wilhelm n. 

Gift of Samuel P. Langley, 1937. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



, „ MS65-359 

La Rue, George Roger, 1882- 

Papers, 1908-51. ca.5ft 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of zoology at the University of Michigan. Cor- 
respondence, chiefly of a professional nature, with students 
and scholars in the field of zoology; addresses; lecture 
notes ; and other papers. 

Gift of Mr. La Rue. 



MS65-360 
Leech, Carl Addison. 

Papers, 1928-40. ca. 475 items and 26 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Largely notes on various Michigan topics, including 
Deward, Muskegon, and other cities, lumbering in Michigan, 
and "Silver Jack" Driscoll; ca. 100 letters, many containing 
reminiscences of early days in Michigan; personal account 
book; address books; and a kb. on lumbering, by Bert 
Harcourt. 

Gift of Mr. Leech. 



MS 65-361 
Lewis, Howard Bishop, 1887-1954. 

Papers, 1930-54. 12 ft. 

In Univ»r«ity of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Chairman of the Dept of Biological Chemistry at the 
University of Michigan. Chiefly correspondence, reports, 
notes, and other papers dealing with departmental affairs, 
Lewis' professional activities, Michigan Memorial-Phoenix 
project, and the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts, and 
Letters. 



MS 65-362 
Lichty, David Martin, 1862-1942. 

Papers, 1891-1920. 100 items and 3 v. 
In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of chemistry at the University of Mirhigm 
Lectures, personal account books, and notes. 
Gift of Mrs. Warren C. Lichty, 1962. 



MS65-363 
Lindemer, Lawrence B 

Papers, 1957-61. 250 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Lawyer and Michigan State chairman of the Republican 
Party. Correspondence and speeches dealing with Linde- 
mer's activities as State chairman, particularly in 1957. 
Correspondents include Wilber M. Brucker. 

Gift of Mr. Lindemer, 1962. 



MS 65-364 
List, John Adam. 

Papers, 1848-72. 79 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, business papers, records, and miscellane- 
ous items pertaining to the German community of Franken- 
muth, Mich, including the community charter drawn up in 
1848. 

Gift of LorenzC. List, 1952. 



MS 65-365 
Little, Clarence Cook, 1888- 

Papers, 1925-29. 59 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

President of the University of Maine and the University 
of Michigan. Correspondence with and about Avard Fair- 
banks, an address, and papers concerning the appointment 
and inaugural of Little as president of the University of 
Michigan, relations with the alumni, and the Alnmni Uni- 
versity (a series of lectures and brief, planned adult educa- 
tion program conducted for returning alumni at commence- 
ment time each year). Includes a letter (1927) about 
America First Foundation. 



MS 65-366 
Litttejohn, Flavins Josephus, 1804-1880. 

Papers, ca. 1862-75. 9 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Lawyer, circuit court judge, and U. S. Representative and 
Senator from Michigan. Eight volumes of lectures and 
addresses; literary, political, and historical essays; and a 
scrapbook of newspaper clippings with comments by Iittle- 
john. 

Gift of Mrs. A. S. Butler, 1939. 



MS 65-367 
Lloyd, Alfred Henry, 1864-1927. 

Papers, 1879-1926. 1ft and 14 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Philosopher and Dean of the Graduate School at the Uni- 
versity of Michigan. Correspondence concerning Lloyd's 
scholarly activities; addresses; articles; notebooks, includ- 
ing three volumes of history notes compiled while Lloyd 
was a student at Andover, Mass. ; and ten volumes of lecture 
notes for classes in philosophy. 

Gift of Mrs. Lloyd, 1947. 



MS 65-368 
Lloyd, Alice Crocker, 1893-1950. 

Papers, 1931-50. ca. 150 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Dean of Women at the University of Michigan. Ad- 
dresses delivered by Miss Lloyd, together with five bio- 
graphical mss., a letter (1947) concerning University of 
Michigan housing, two memorial statements about Miss 
Lloyd, and five press releases. ~ 

Acquired, 1950 and 1953. 



MS 65-369 
Lombard, Warren Plimpton, 1855-1939. 

Papers, ca. 1865-1939. ca. 2 ft and 3 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of physiology at Clark University and the Uni- 
versity of Michigan. Correspondence, addresses, and other 
papers dealing mainly with the Ann Arbor Red Cross, Lom- 
bard's etching, and art exhibitions, University of Michigan 
affairs, and physiology. Includes 35 letters from Albert A. 
Stanley and 3 vols, of notes for classes in physiology. 

Gift of Albert H. White, 1939-40. 



43 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



Longyear, John Wesley, 1820-1875. 

Papers, 1846-75. 2 ft. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

U. S. District Judge and U. S. Representative from Mich- 
igan. Correspondence, chiefly concerning Michigan politics 
and Civil War activities of Longyear while he was a mem- 
ber of Congress; a journal (1871) containing a few brief 
entries on business matters; business and legal papers; 
addresses ; and miscellaneous items. Correspondents include 
Levi L. Barbour, Austin Blair, Thomas M Cooley, and 
Rowland E. Trowbridge. 

Gift of Mrs. Carroll Paul, 1941. 



MS 65-371 
Loud, Henry Nelson, 1850-1938. 
Letter press book, 1901-04. 1 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Lumberman, of Au Sable, Mich. Letters -relating to con- 
servation, current problems, Michigan State Library mat- 
ters, politics, and appointments to State posts. 



, . . MS65-372 

Lous, Joe, 1914- 

Papers and scrapbooks, 1935-41. 100 items and 93 v. 
In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Athlete and prize fighter. Papers relating to Louis' ac- 
tivities as a prize fighter, and scrapbooks arranged by fight 
in chronological order, containing newspaper clippings and 
other materials about Louis or his bouts. 

Gift of John W. Roxborough, 1963. 



r „ ■ ■ ■ MS 65-373 

Lucas, Henry Stephen, 1889-1961, collector. 

Papers, 1846-1930. 14 reels of microfilm made from 
originals in many repositories and collections. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of history at the University of Washington. 
Papers, pamphlets, maps, pictures, newspapers, and other 
materials dealing with the Dutch migration to America, 
collected by Lucas for his book, Netherlanders in America 
(1955). 

Gift of Mr. Lucas, 1959. 



r «. „ „ MS 65-374 

Lather, George E 

Papers, 1922-24. ca. 300 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, riddles, conundrums, puzzles, and notes 
on Michigan history. 
Gift of Mr. E. W. Luther, 1946. 



t «. «. , . MS 65-375 

Lutheran Church— Missouri Synod. Districts. Michigan. 

Records, 1921-26. 70 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, minutes, and other papers of the Lu- 
theran Schools Committee's campaign to combat a Ku Klux 
Klan inspired move to prohibit parochial schools in Michi- 
gan by constitutional amendment 



MS 65-376 
Lyon, Lucius, 1800-1851. 

Papers, 1826-51. 72 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Territorial delegate, U. S. Representative and Senator 
from Michigan. Two letters (1844) between Lyon and 
O. Hungerf ord ; a letter from Lyon to Jonathan White con- 
cerning the purchase of timber land; 17 letters from Lyon 
to his sister, Lucretia Lyon; papers of Esther Lyon Tabor 
and Julia Holmes, genealogical notes, and miscellaneous 
papers. 

MS 65-377 
Lyster, William Narcissus, 6. 1805. 

Papers, 1839-6L 1 reel of microfilm (ca. 600 items) 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Microfilm copy of originals owned by the Rev. Frank 
Hawthorne of Tecumseh, Mich. 

Episcopal clergyman. Sermons, poems, reports, and 
drafts of letters to Lyster's family in Ireland, to Bp. Samuel 
Allen McCoskry, and to other colleagues. The letters dis- 
cuss Lyster's work and communities to be visited. 

Acquired, 1961. 

MS 65-378 
McCaHum, George Porterfield, 1871-1952. 

Papers, 1899-1952. 14 items and 5 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Lawyer, of Ann Arbor, Mich,, and State legislator. Two 
letters (1939) from McCallum to Warren W. Florer, con- 
cerning the Washtenaw Co., Mich., Young Republican Club; 
three vols, of diaries (1951-52) containing notes on every- 
day events; two scrapbooks containing kss. of McCallum's 
speeches and political activities; and citations. 

MS 65-379 

McGraw, Alexander Cooey, 1809-1893. 

Letters, 1842-71. 54 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Transcripts (typewritten) made from originals owned by 
Joel W. Hedgpeth. 

Shoe merchant, of Detroit. Letters from McGraw to his 
son, Edward Walker McGraw, dealing mainly with family 
affairs, and containing some references to the University of 
Michigan in 1855-59 when Edward was a student there, and 
to President Henry P. Tappan, a family friend. Includes 
a letter covering a European trip in 1860-6L 

Gift of Joel W. Hedgpeth, 1959. 

MS 65-380 
McLaughlin, Andrew Cunningham, 1861-1947. 

Papers, 1872-1919. 123 items and 8 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of history at the University of Michigan and at 
the University of Chicago. Correspondence concerning 
McLaughlin's scholarly interests, six essays and a law thesis 
written while he was a student at the University of Michi- 
gan, eight vols, of lecture notes on lectures delivered by 
McLaughlin at the University of Michigan, and correspond- 
ence of Mrs. Lois Angell McLaughlin with her father, James 
B. AngelL and other members of her family. About half of 
the latter correspondence (1880-82) was written from 
China. Correspondents include Charles K Adams, James 
B. Angell, J. Franklin Jameson, Pierre Maxgry, John T. 
Morse, Ira Remsen, and Claude BL Van Tyne. 

Gift of Mrs. Elmer Donahue, 1947; and Robert C. AngelL 
1938 and 1947. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS65-381 
McLean, John, d. 1911. 

Papers, 1835-1912. 454 items and 5 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Physician and lecturer at Michigan Union College, T>ot", 
Mich., and Rush Medical College, Chicago. 71 letters con- 
cerning personal matters, land sales and other business 
affairs, and the professional activities of McLean ; 4 account 
books and notebooks; 51 lectures; orders for medicine and 
other legal and business papers; a scrapbook (1889) ; and 
an expense book of McLean's father, Charles M. McLean. 

Gift of Harriet McLean, 1940. 



MS 65-382 
McLouth, William B 

Papers, 1810-6L 50 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Farmer of York Township, Washtenaw Co., Mich. Cor- 
respondence, bills, receipts, and astronomical calculations. 
Includes a letter (1835) describing McLouth's land holdings 
in York Township. 

Gift of Beth L. McLouth, 1960. 



MS65-383 
McMath, Robert Raynolds, 1891-1962. 

Papers, 1931-48. 6 ft 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Astronomer and professor at the University of Michigan. 
Correspondence concerning McMath's scholarly activities at 
the University of Michigan, particularly in the field of 
astronomy, and a copy of "The history of the McMath-Hul- 
bert Observatory of the University of Michigan from its 
inception to April 1949." Correspondents include Ran- 
dolph G. Adams, Carl Eckart, Henry S. Hulbert, Donald 
H Menzel, Paul W. Merrill, Alexander G. Ruthven, Shir- 
ley W. Smith, E. Blythe Stason, and Julius F. Stone. 

Gift of the Astronomy Dept and Mr. McMath, 1949-62. 



MS 65-384 
Manny, Frank Addison, 1868-1954. 
Papers, 1890-1946. 9 ft. 
In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 



Educator at the University of Chicago and at Western 
Michigan University. Chiefly personal correspondence con- 
cerning Manny's professional interests, including letters 
from many distinguished authors and educators; a journal 
containing reminiscences, extracts from correspondence, 
notes on current literature, and other subjects; scrapbooks 
of Manny's publications; reticles; and miscellaneous papers. 
Correspondents include Louis Adamic, Henry C. Adams, 
James B. Angell, James R. Angell, Ray S. Baker, William 
W. Bishop, Van Wyck Brooks, Pearl S. Buck, Nicholas M. 
Butler, James B. Conant, Jonathan Daniels, Isaac N. Dem- 
mon, John Dewey, Martin L. D'Ooge, Dorothy Canfield 
Fisher, Felix Frankfurter, Frank P. Graham, William R. 
Harper, Granville Hicks, Stewart H. Holbrook, Ernest M. 
Hopkins, Harold J. Laski, Max Lerner, David E. Lilien- 
thal, Robert M. Lovett, Archibald MacLeish, Karl Mennin- 
ger, James Morgan, Francis B. Sayre, Fred N. Scott, Henry 
K. SherriU, Upton Sinclair, Shirley W. Smith, Ida M. Tar- 
bell, Oswald G. Villard, Booker T. Washington, Delos 
Franklin Wilcox, and C. Vann Woodward. 

Gift of the Manny estate, 1956. 



MS 65-385 
Manwaring, Joshua, 1824-1903. 

Papers, 1867-1905. 50 items and 3 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

In part, transcripts (handwritten). 

Michigan State legislator, farmer, and lumberman. Cor- 
respondence concerning genealogy; diary of a trip to the 
Pikes Peak region of Colorado in 1859, copied from the ori- 
ginal by Manwaring's son, George Manwaring in 1869; 
genealogical accounts of the Manwaring family; 45 legal 
documents; business papers; school and other certificates; 
and two scrapbooks (1880-1905) of newspaper dippings 
and programs dealing mainly with Michigan politics. 

Gift of J. T. Manwaring, 1951-53. 

MS65-386 
Marsh, Theodore. 

Papers, 1831-1909. 80 items and 6 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Presbyterian clergyman. Correspondence of Marsh and 
his family concerning family affairs, religion, student life at 
the University of Michigan and at Auburn Theological 
Seminary, Auburn, N. Y., pastoral work in Colorado towns 
in the 1860's; an autobiography and eight essays by Marsh; 
a photo, album (ca. 1860) of Augustas Marsh; an auto- 
graph book (1861) of Mattie S. Hewitt; a ms. of the history 
of the Presbyterian Church in Michigan by Theodore and 
Augustus Marsh ; and miscellaneous papers. 

Gift of Mrs. Leroy Cram, 1946. 

MS 65-387 
Martin, Margaret Nickerson, d. 1960. 

Papers, ca. 1937-44. 150 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Poetess, of Jackson, Mich. Essays, articles, poems, bio- 
graphical material containing reflections on Mrs. Martin's 
activities, personal philosophy, and on topics of general in- 
terest; and material about her career, collected by Mrs. 
Stanley T. Lowe. 

Gift of Mrs. Martin, 1939-41; and Mrs. Stanley T. Lowe, 
1962. 

MS65-388 
Mason, Stevens Thomson, 1811-1843. 

Papers, 1827-42. 74 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

First Governor of Michigan. Correspondence; draft of 
Mason's inaugural address (1838) ; drafts of 9 other mes- 
sages to the Michigan Legislature; membership certificates; 
material on Indian problems, the purchase of books for 
the University of Michigan, and the appointment of Mason 
as secretary of the Michigan Territory; and business and 
miscellaneous papers. Includes 9 letters from Lewis Cass 
to Mason ; 20 drafts of Mason's letters, including 2 to An- 
drew Jackson and 10 to John Forsyth, U S. Secretary of 
State. A principal subject covered is the Toledo War. 
Correspondents include John Norvell, George W. Owen, and 
Aaron VaiL 

MS 65-389 
Mattern, David Earl, 1890-1959. 
Papers, 1930-49. 2 ft 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Prof essor of music at the University of Michigan. Papers 
relating to the University of Michigan School of Music and 
Mattern's prof essional interest in music. 
Gift of Mrs. Mattern, 1959. 



45 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



u a x * MS65-390 

Mead, James A 

Letter press books, 1890-94 2 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Businessman, of Grand Bapids, Mich. Business corre- 
spondence relating to the Michigan Marble Company. 

Gift of Geneva Kebler, 1957. 

MS 65-391 
Meally, John E 

Papers, 1893-1949. ca. 1 ft. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Methodist clergyman. Correspondence, reports, records, 
legal papers and certificates relating to MeaUy's church 
activities; and a scrapbook of congratulatory messages to 
Meally received at the time of his retirement. 

Gift of the Bev. Meally, 1946 and 1949. 

MS 65-392 
Mears, Charles, 1814-1895. 

Papers, 1822-76, 1945. 40 items and 20 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Sawmill operator and Michigan legislator. Correspond- 
ence; diary; a report; legal papers; 20 vols, of business 
records consisting of daybooks, inventories, time books, ledg- 
ers from various camps and mills owned by Mears, includ- 
ing an account book (1837-43) showing his expenditures in 
his first lumbering venture in the White Lake area in Michi- 
gan; and a biographical sketch (1945) of Mears. 

Gift of Carrie E. Mears. 

MS 65-593 
Merrill Lumber Company. 

Records, 1854-1922. 5 ft. and 198 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, daybooks, ledgers, journals, cashbooks, 
invoices, and miscellaneous records. 

m v m -, L . „ MS 65-394 

Mershon, William Briggs. 

Papers, 1917-10. ca. 250 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence and business papers relating to Mershon's 
congressional campaign (1931), his property in Georgia, 
and the Atlas Oil Company, Detroit; and World War i 
letters from Mershon and his brother, Edward L. Mershon, 
written while in France. 

Gift of the Mershon estate, 1944 

MS 65-395 
Mershon, William Butts, 1856-1943. 

Papers, 1887-1925. 78 ft. and 195 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Lumberman, businessman, and Michigan State tax com- 
missioner. Correspondence, including 63 letter press books, 
dealing with Michigan wildlife conservation, Michigan 
Sportsmen Association, Minhigun Manufacturers Associ- 
ation, Michigan State Tax Commission, Michigan politics 
and the Democratic Party, personal business investments, 
lumbering and mining interests, and personal affairs; 4 vols, 
of diaries and a book of notes concerning hunting and fish- 
ing trips; and a voL of business records, including cash- 
books, time books, ledgers, journals, and other business 
papers concerning Mershon's personal accounts, investments, 
and the lumbering business. Correspondents include Waldo 



46 



A. Avery, William F. Baker, Aaron T. Bliss, Woodbridge 
X. Ferris, Joseph W. Fordney, Charles W. Garfield, Alex- 
ander J. Groesbeck, Emerson Hough, George M Humphrey, 
Watts S. Humphrey, Walter J. Hunsaker, George B. Mor- 
ley, William B. Oates, Chase S. Osborn, Filibert Both, 
Robert H Shields, and Albert E. Sleeper. 
Gift of the Mershon estate, 1944. 

. MS 65-396 

Michigan. AudUor-GeneraVs Office. 

Becords, 1830-1901. 275 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, primarily with the treasurers of the Uni- 
versity of Michigan relating to the finances of the Univer- 
sity; vouchers sent to the University; and two licenses 
(1830, 1834) to trade in Ann Arbor and Tpsilanti, Mich. 

MS 65-397 
Michigan. Civil Service Study Commission. 

Becords 1935-42. 4 ft and 1 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, financial records, reports, minutes, drafts 
of bills, clippings, and other papers of the commission 
whose members were Haskell il Nichols, Edmund C. 
Shields, and James K. Pollock, chairman. Includes a re- 
port (1936) of the Public Administration Service on exist- 
ing conditions in Michigan. Correspondents include Arthur 
W. Bromage, William A. Comstock, Charles C. Diggs, 
Frank D. Fitzgerald, Fred W. Green, William Haber, 
J. Ealston Hayden, George Meader, Frank Murphy, Chase 
S. Osbom, Frank A. Picard, Arthur H Vandenberg, Mur- 
ray D. Van Wagoner, and Leonard D. White. 

MS 65-398 
Michigan. State Home and Training School, Coldwater. 
Parents' Council. 

Becords, 1949-62. 300 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, constitution, history, reports, and minutes 
relating to an institution created for the treatment of 
mentally deficient children. 

Gift of the council. 

MS 65-399 
Michigan. State Home and Training School, Lapeer. 

Becords, 1893-1904. 300 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence relating to the location and construction 
of the Lapeer State Home and Training School (formerly 
the Michigan Home for the Feeble-minded and Epileptic) ; 
and correspondence of Dr. William A. Polglase, first super- 
intendent of the school, relating to the erection of the build- 
ings, supplies, staff, purchasing, and admissions. Corre- 
spondents include John Havener, Julian Hess, Cyrus G. 
Luce, John T. Bich, James Schermerhorn, John C. Sharp, 
and Loren A. Sherman. 

Gift of Beryl Bishop, 1959. 

„.,..". MS 65-400 

Michigan. University. Michigan Historical Collections. 

Business records of Michigan banks and other lending 
agencies, 1836-85. 50 items and 4 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Journals, accounts, correspondence, and miscellaneous 
papers of the following organizations : Albion Exchange and 
Deposit Bank; Broughton, Haze & Wilcox, Pinckney, Mich.; 
Erie and Kalamazoo Railroad Bank, Adrian, Mich.; 
Farmers and Mechanics Bank, Detroit 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



Michigan. Uiiiversity. Michigan Historical Collection* 
&^. ?c£^ ^ "* »<^£ 

A composite collection consisting of groups of records or 
angle items listed and described in Guide to manuscripts in 
the Michigan Historical Collections of the Uiuversity of 
Michigan, by R. M Warner and L C. Brown (1963) entries 
no. 2377, 2393, 2422, and 2426. l ' ' 

_ Gifts ol : W K Kellogg Foundation, 1940; Mrs. N. D. 
±*otter, 1952; and Louis F. Kaiser, 1937. 

MS 65-401 
Michigan. University. Michigan Historical Collections. 

Business records of Michigan carriage and wagon com- 
panies, 1836-97. 2 items and 20 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Ledgers, daybooks, receipts, and accounts of the Belknap 
Wagon Company, Grand Rapids; the Thomas Haskins 
Wagon Repair Shop, Scio; the Millen and Harlow Wagon 
Shop, Ann Arbor; Benjamin Thompson, carriagemaker of 
Tpsilanti; and the O. E. Thompson Carriage and Paint 
Shop, Ypsilanti, Mich. Includes accounts (1860) of the 
Home Insurance Company, Ann Arbor, Mich., of which 
C. H. Millen was agent. 

_ A composite collection consisting of groups of records or 
single items listed and described in Guide to manuscripts in 
the Michigan Historical Collections of the University of 
Michigan, by R. M Warner and L C. Brown (1963), entries 
no. 2384, 2447, 2474, 2606, and 2507. 

Acquired from various sources. 



MS 65-402 
Michigan. University. Michigan Historical Collections. 

Business records of Michigan flour and woolen mills, 1833- 
1920. 2 ft. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Daybook and ledgers (1833-41) of the James H. and 
W. G. Fargo General Store and Flour Mill, Manchester; 
daybook and ledger (1850-66) of the Joseph Bohr Lumber 
and Grain Mill, Westphalia; daybook (1850-66) showing 
wool purchases, customer accounts, and shipping records of 
the Northville Woolen Mills; payroll accounts (1874) of the 
Flint Woolen Mills; minutes (1889-1920) of the McMorran 
Milling Company, Port Huron; and ledger (1902-07) of the 
John C. and George H Wilcox Flour Mill, Plymouth. 
^ A composite collection consisting of groups of records or 
single items listed and described in Guide to manuscripts in 
the Michigan Historical Collections of the University of 
Michigan, by R. M Warner and I. C. Brown (1963), entries 
no. 2386, 2425, 2434, 2456, 2485, and 2521. 

Acquired from various sources. 

„. . . _ . r „ MS 65-403 

Michigan. Vmyersifyr~Michigan Historical Collections. 
Business records of Michigan general stores, 1830-1926. 
2 ft. and 913 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Daybooks, ledgers, journals, cashbooks, order books, cor- 
respondence, and miscellaneous papers for general stores in 
29 Michigan communities. 

A composite collection consisting of groups of records or 
single items listed and described in Guide to manuscripts in 
the Michigan Historical Collections of the University of 
Michigan, by R. M Warner and I. C. Brown (1963), p. 196- 

aOx. 

Acquired from various sources. 



47 



«. ,_• ~ MS 65-404 

Michigan. University. Michigan Historical Collections. 

Business records of Michigan hardware stores, 1860-1910. 
9v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Daybooks, ledgers, and other accounts of the Fred P. 
Dustin Hardware Company, Saginaw; the Johnson and 
Thompson Hardware Store, Ionia; the J. F. Tibbets Lum- 
ber and Hardware Store, Ravenna; and a paint and hard- 
ware store in Manchester, Mich. 

A composite collection consisting of groups of records or 
single items listed and described in Guide to manuscripts in 
the Michigan Historical Collections of the University of 
Michigan, by R M Warner and I. C. Brown (1963), entries 
no. 2418, 2451, 2460, and 251L 

Gifts of Geneva Eebler, 1958; Mrs. Jane Palmer, 1955; 
and Marie L. Estabrook, 1946. 

MS 65-405 
Michigan. University. Michigan Historical Collections. 

Business records of Michigan lumber firms, 1858-1927. 
34 ft and 121 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Ledgers, journals, cashbooks, work reports, timber reports, 
correspondence, and invoices of the following companies: A. 
Chesbrough Lumber Company, Thompson; Addison 
Fletcher Lumber Company, Alpena; Fletcher, Pack and 
Company, Alpena; James Mead Lumber Company, Sagi- 
naw; Mitchell and McClure Lumber Company, Saginaw; 
Sturgeon River Lumber Company, Hancock; George O. and 
James O. Whittemore General Store and Lumber Company, 
Tawas City. 

A composite collection consisting of groups of records or 
single items listed and described in Guide to manuscripts in 
the Michigan Historical Collections of the University of 
Michigan, by R. M Warner and L C. Brown (1963), entries 
no. 2401, 2430, 2431, 2462, 2477, 2505, and 2520. 

Acquired from various sources. 

. . MS 65-406 

Michigan. University. Michigan Historical Collections. 

Business records of Michigan newspapers, 1861-1902. 12 
v. and 18 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Record book containing articles of incorporation and 
board minutes, and miscellaneous papers (1861-86) of the 
Detroit Post and Tribune Company; records (1868-ca. 1880) 
of the Manchester enterprise, consisting of four specimen 
books of job printing work, account book, and records of the 
Manchester Literary and Lecture Association and the Wash- 
tenaw Baseball Club; and printing orders, subscription and 
general account books (1886-1902) of the Milford times. 

A composite collection consisting of groups of records or 
single items listed and described in Guide to manuscripts in 
the Michigan Historical Collections of the University of 
Michigan, by R. VL Warner and L C. Brown (1963), entries 
no. 2415, 2459, and 2473. 

Gifts of Mrs. Henry B. Joy, 1946; Mrs. Franklin M Reck, 
1959; and Mrs. G. S. Rowe, 1950. 

MS65-407 
Michigan. University. Michigan Historical Collections. 

Business records of pharmacies and drug companies, 1882- 
1936. 6 ft. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Journal and account book (1882-84) of the Rollo S. Arm- 
strong Grocery and Drug Store, Chelsea, Mich. ; prescription 
file book, miscellaneous memoranda, and scrapbook (1891- 
1908) of Weed's Drug Store, Pontiac, Mich.; 22 vols, of 
business records (1895-1936) of the Milbourne Drug Com- 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



Michigan. University-. Michigan Historical Collections. 
Business records of Michigan pharmacies and drug com- 
panies, 1882-1936. (Continued) 

pany, Eaton Rapids, Mich. ; and records (1887-1934) of tie 
Upjohn Company, Kalamazoo, Mich. 
_ A composite collection consisting of groups of records or 
single items listed and described in Guide to manuscripts in 
the Michigan Historical Collections of the University of 
Michigan, by R M Warner and I. C. Brown (1963), entries 
no. 2382, 2471, 2516, and 2518. 
Acquired from various sources. 

„ MS 65-408 

Michigan. University. Michigan Historical Collections. 

Business records of public utilities in Michigan, 1850-1925. 
5 items and 5 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Articles of association and proceedings of meetings (1904) 
of the Flint Gas Company; minutes book (1908-25) of the 
Hadley Telephone Company, Lapeer, Mich.; minutes (1883- 
92) of the Lansing Electric Light and Power Company ; time 
book (1882) of the Saginaw Electric Light Company; 
records (1850-55) of the Southern Michigan Telegraph 
Company, Adrian, Mich. ; and report (1896) of the renova- 
tion of the Thomson and Houston Electric Light Station in 
Ann Arbor, Mich. 

A composite collection consisting of groups of records or 
single items listed and described in Guide to manuscripts in 
the Michigan Historical Collections of the University of 
Michigan, by K. M Warner and I. C. Brown (1963), entries 
no. 2433, 2442, 2453, 2493, 2501, and 2508. 

Acquired from various sources. 



MS 65-409 
Michigan. University. Michigan Historical Collections. 

Business records of railroad companies, 1843-1904. 122 
items and 13 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

In part, photocopies (negative). 

Correspondence, indentures, stock certificates, payroll 
books, and insurance schedules of the following railroads: 
Chicago and Grand Trunk Railway, Chicago and Western 
Michigan Railroad, Eastern Railroad Company, Flint and 
Per© Marquette Railroad, Marquette, Houghton and Onton- 
agon Railroad, Michigan Central Railroad Company, Michi- 
gan Lake Shore Railroad, Michigan Southern and Northern 
Indiana Railroad, Muskegon Lake Railroad Company, Per© 
Marquette Railroad Company^ Saginaw Valley and St 
Louis Railroad, and Toledo, Thornton and St Louis Rail- 
road. 

A composite collection consisting of groups of records or 
single items listed and described in Guide to manuscripts in 
the Michigan Historical Collections of the University of 
Michigan, by R M Warner and L C. Brown (1963), p. 197- 
200, 202-203. 

Acquired from various sources. 



MS 65-410 
Michigan. University. Michigan Historical Collections. 
Church records of Baptist congregations in Michigan, 
1832-1947. 330 items and 20 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, miscellaneous minutes, financial records, 
historical accounts, and membership rolls of Baptist churches 
in twelve A>fi<»>ijjrfiTn communities. 



A composite collection consisting of groups of records or 
single items listed and described in Guide to manuscripts in 
the Michigan Historical Collections of the University of 
Michigan, by R. M. Warner and L C. Brown (1963), entries 
no. 2160, 2162-2172. 

„ MS 65-411 

Michigan. University. Michigan Historical Collections. 
Church records of Congregational churches in Michigan, 
1830-1952. 56 items and 81 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Miscellaneous minutes, financial records, membership 
rolls, and women's society records of 18 Congregational 
churches in Michigan. 

A composite collection consisting of groups of records or 
single items listed and described in Guide to manuscripts in 
the Michigan Historical Collections of the University of 
Michigan, by R. M Warner and I. C. Brown (1963), entries 
no. 2183-2200. 



MS 65-412 
Michigan. University. Michigan Historical Collections. 

Church records of Methodist Episcopal congregations in 
Michigan, 1822-1938. 224 items and 12 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Miscellaneous minutes, financial records, historical 
sketches, and baptismal records of 17 Methodist Episcopal 
churches in Michigan. 

A composite collection consisting of groups of records or 
single items listed and described in Guide to manuscripts in 
the Michigan Historical Collections of the University of 
Michigan, by R. M Warner and I. C. Brown (1963), entries 
no. 2209-2225. 



MS65-413 
Michigan. University. Michigan Historical Collections. 

Church records of Presbyterian congregations in Michi- 
gan, 1831-1961. 287 items and 125 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, miscellaneous minutes, membership ros- 
ters, financial records, reports, historical sketches, sermons, 
and deeds of 89 congregations of the Michigan Synod of 
the Presbyterian Church of the U. S. A 
_ A composite collection consisting of groups of records 
listed and described in Guide to manuscripts in the Michigan 
Historical Collections of the University of Minhig a^ by 
R. M Warner and I. C. Brown (1963), p. 188-193, and 239. 



MS65-414 
Michigan. University. Michigan Historical Collections. 

Church records of Protestant Episcopal congregations in 
Michigan, 1848-1958. 20 items and 78 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Minutes, correspondence, membership rolls, financial rec- 
ords, records of baptisms, marriages, and burials, historical 
sketches, scrapbooks, records of women's societies and other 
church affiliated groups, and other records of 27 Episcopal 
churches. Includes 5 vols, of incomplete records (1885- 
1933) sf the monthly meetings of the Detroit clergy of the 
Protestant Episcopal Church. 

A composite collection consisting of groups of records or 
single items listed and described in Guide to manuscripts in 
the Michigan Historical Collections of the University of 
Michigan, by R. M Warner and L C. Brown (1963), entries 
no. 2341-2368. 



48 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



__ . . MS65-415 

Michigan. University. Michigan. Historical Collections. 

City and town records, 1775-1954. 1116 items, 141 v., and 
2 reels of microfilm. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Tax assessment rolls, reports, council minutes, school 
records, precinct registration records, historical sketches, 
court records, plats, and other records of 41 Michigan cities 
and villages. 

A composite collection consisting of groups of records or 
single items listed and described in Guide to manuscripts in 
the Michigan Historical Collections of the University of 
Michigan, by B. M Warner and I. C. Brown (1963), entries 
no. 2585-2609, and 2611-2626. 

MS 65-416 
Michigan. University. Michigan Historical Collections. 
County records, 1796-1962. 94 items and 21 v. 
In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Board of Supervisors proceedings, election canvasses, tax 
records, county convention proceedings, planning commis- 
sion minutes, reminiscences, histories, and other records of 
the following Michigan counties: Charlevoix, Delta, Goge- 
bic, Tngh a mj Jackson, Lenawee, Livingston, Mason, Oakland, 
Schoolcraft, and Wayne. 

A composite collection consisting of groups of records or 
single items listed and described in Guide to manuscripts 
in tiie Michigan Historical Collections of the University of 
Michigan, by R. M Warner and L C. Brown (1963), en- 
tries no. 2530, 2531, 2535, 2538, 2540, 2544, 2547, 2555, 2559, 
2570, and 2584. 

MS 65-417 
Michigan. University. Michigan Historical Collections. 

Township and rural school district records, 1827-1947. 
355 items, 72 v., and 1 reel of microfilm. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Minutes, reports, historical sketches, treasurer's records, 
tax rolls, contracts, and other miscellaneous records of 47 
Michigan townships and rural school districts. 

A composite collection consisting of groups of records or 
single items listed and described in Guide to manuscripts in 
the Michigan Historical Collections of the University of 
Michigan, by R. M. Warner and L C. Brown (1963) , entries 
no. 2524-27, 2529, 2532-34, 2536-37, 2539, 2541-43, 2545-46, 
2548-2554,2556,2558,2560-69,2571,2573-2583. 

MS 65-418 
Michigan Air Line Railroad Company. 

Records, 1868-90. ca. 350 items. 

Iii University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence concerning elections to approve aid to the 
railroad, management, financing, and construction of the 
line, and relations with other railroads; legal papers, receipts, 
notices, articles of association, and subscription lists. Cor- 
respondents include Charles W. Haze. 

Gift of Mrs. N. D. Potter, 1952. 



MS65-419 
Michigan Council for UNESCO. 
Records, 1950-54. 200 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions, 
Correspondence, minutes, reports, and programs. 
Gift of Sarita L Davis, 1956. 



MS65-420 
Michigan Federation of Business and Professional Women. 

Records, 1923-41. 3 ft 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 
Correspondence and program and convention materials. 



MS65-421 
Michigan Forestry Association. 

Records, 1905-42. 250 items and 1 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, financial records, constitution, member- 
ship lists, and reports. Correspondents include Robert 
Craig, Jr. 

Gift of Robert Craig, Jr., 1958. 

MS65-422 
Michigan Library Association. 

Records, 1891-1948. 8 ft and 9 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, committee reports, minutes, programs, 
scrapbooks, and other materials. 

MS 65-423 
Michigan Merit System Association. 

Records, 1937-38. 200 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, programs, and publicity activities to pro- 
mote civil service reform in Michigan. Correspondents in- 
clude Edward H Litchfield. 



MS 65-424 
Michigan Sugar Company, Bay City, Mich. 

Records, 1898-1914. 100 items and 14 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Bylaws, prospectus, records of shipments, records of sugar 
beet purchases, payroll accounts, general accounts, miscel- 
laneous papers; and a few records of the Iowa Sugar Com- 
pany, of Waverly, Iowa, successor of the Michigan Sugar 
Company. 

Gift of Dan Gutleben, 1957. 

MS65-425 
Michigan United Railroads Company. 

Papers, 1907-1L ca. 200 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Business correspondence relating to the operations of this 
interurban and city railroad, timetables, payrolls, inven- 
tories, annual reports, contracts, and financial statements. 

Gift of Mrs. Stanley T. Lowe, 1955. 

MS 65-426 
Mickles family. 

Papers, 1839-1923. 98 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Business and legal documents of the Mickles family, of 
Saginaw Co., Mich., relating to land transactions in Livings- 
ton, Shiawassee, and Saginaw Counties; a copy of a certifi- 
cate (1861) of enlistment for Philip Mickles; and other 
papers. 

Gift of AHis F. Hussey, 1947. 



49 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 65-427 
Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States. 

Michigan. Commandery. 

Records, 1885-1951. 26 items and 16 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Membership applications containing biographical data 
and summary of military record ; an index to membership 
applications; membership register; minutes (1901-27) ; 
financial records (1885-1931) ; library records; and 26 remi- 
niscences and papers of Union veterans who were members 
of the Michigan Commandery. 

MS 65-428 
MoeMman, Arthur Bernard, 1889-1952. 

Papers, 1933-52. ca. 100 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of education at the University of Michig an, 
Correspondence, primarily concerning educator William 
McAndrew; ms. of an address on McAndrew; and Moehl- 
man's professional record. 

Gift of Mr. Moehhnan and Herbert D. WatMns, 1950-53. 

MS 65-429 
Moffitt, John T I. 1862. 

Papers, 1884-1947. ca. 350 items. 
In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. " 

Lawyer. Correspondence and miscellaneous papers 
mainly relating to the University of Michigan Law Class 
of 1886.- 
Gift of Mr. Moffitt,1942-43. 

„ MS65-430 

Monitor Mutual Insurance Company, Pontiae, Mich. 
Records, 1870-1959. 1 ft. and 14 v. 
In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, 10 vols, of the board of directors minutes 
(1870-1950), record of policies, annual statements, and mis- 
cellaneous papers. 

Gift of Harry Garling, 1959. 

MS 65-431 
Monroe Co, Mich. 

Records, 1819-1903. 375 items and 11 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Registrations, poll lists and election returns (1820-88) ; 
assessment and tax records (1819-43), six of which pertain 
to highway taxes; assessment roll of Milan Township 
(1902-03) ; lists and abstracts of sales of State lands (1860- 
99) ; tavern permits (1836-38) ; abstracts of permits, occu- 
pations and new establishments (1830-40); bonds (1822, 
1841-92) ; drain survey (1861) ; certificates of sales of swamp 
lands (1867); census report of Port Lawrence Township 
(1827) and Ida Township (1837)^ military lists (1869-86) ; 
contracts of Monroe County Detecting Society (vigilance 
committee) for 1848 and 1853; school reports (1835-83); 
school census (1914, 1920) ; and miscellaneous papers. 

MS65-432 
Monteith, John, 1788-1868. 

Papers, 1797-1871. ca. 350 items and 25 v. 

Li University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Presbyterian clergyman, of Elyria, Ohio, and Detroit and 
Blissfield, Mich., professor at Hamilton College, Clinton, 
N. T., and president of the University of Michigan. Cor- 
respondence, diaries (1815-38), personal account books, notes 
on Monteith"s library, sermons and sermon outlines, speeches, 
notes on class lectures and other subjects, a notebook (1820) 
containing Chippewa-English vocabulary, student notes 



50 



(1797-98) taken by Alexander Monteith at Dickinson Col- 
lege, Carlisle, Pa., and a play entitled The raging firelands, 
written by John Monteith, Jr. (b. 1833). Includes letters 
(1820-h50) from Monteith to members of his family and 
others discussing current events, his work, travels, places 
visited, temperance reform, slavery, and bank failures ; let- 
ters of Monteith's wife, Abigail Harris Monteith (1801- 
1880), of his daughter, Sarah Sophia Monteith (1823-1893), 
of his sons, George Monteith (b. 1839), John Monteith, Jr., 
Charles Monteith (1827-1848), and of Edwin Harris Mon- 
teith (1843-1904), and scattered letters from other relatives 
and friends. Letters from George cover his service as an 
officer in the 4th Michigan Infantry during the Civil War. 
Letters from Edwin cover his service in the 2d Brigade, 1st 
Division, 5th Army Corps (Army of the Potomac). 

The Civil War letters are described in Michigan men in 
the Civil War, by Ida C. Brown (Michigan Historical Col- 
lections, Bulletin no. 9, Jan. 1959) p. 25. 

Gift of Caroline Monteith and Mrs. George Stevens, 1938. 

MS 65-433 
Moody, Arthur Edson Blair, 1902-1954. 

Papers, 1930-54. 30 ft. and 38 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Journalist and U. S. Senator from Michigan. Chiefly 
personal correspondence of Moody with his wife, his mother, 
and other members of his family; correspondence covering 
Moody's 1952 senatorial campaign and his newspaper work 
in the U. S. and abroad during World War n; 3 vols, con- 
taining Moody's voting record in the Senate; appointment 
books while Moody was U. S. Senator; 34 vols, of scrap- 
books of newspaper articles by Moody, for the most part 
published in the "Detroit news" and in "Barron's weekly"; 
tape recordings and films; addresses; notes; newspaper 
articles; and miscellaneous papers. Correspondents include 
Bernard M. Baruch, William Benton, Chester Bowles, 
Harry L. Hopkins, Estes Kef auver, William F. Knowland, 
John J. Sparkman, Harry S. Truman, G. Mermen Williams, 
and Charles E.' Wilson. 

Gift of Mrs. Blair Moody, 1956. 

MS 65 131 
Moore, Charles, 1855-1942. 

Papers, 1901-40. 1 ft and 5 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Chairman of the National Commission of Fine Arts, 
Washington, D. C. Correspondence from artists, editors, 
and learned societies; diaries (1889-1903) containing com- 
ments by Moore on his activities as clerk of the U. S. Senate 
Committee on the District of Columbia, regarding U. S. 
Senators, architects, artists, and Washington, D. C. Corre- 
spondents include James T. Adams, William W. Bishop, 
Daniel H. Burnham, James B. Bryce, Alexander Calder, 
James B. Conant, Frederic A. Delano, Avard T. Fairbanks, 
Belle da Costa Greene, Frederick P. Keppel, f-mil Lorch, 
Theodore W. Noyes, Frederick L. Ohnstead, Herbert Put- 
nam, Mary Roberts Rinehart, and Fred A. Willis. 

Gift of Mr. Moore, 1939-41. 

MS 65-435 
Moore, James Martin, 1834-1913. 

Papers, 1856-1913. 139 items. 

Li University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Farmer and businessman, of Ypsilanti, Mich. Chiefly 
personal correspondence with friends and family, including 
records and three Civil War letters of Samuel R, Moore, of 
the 20th Michigan Infantry. 

The Civil War letters are described in Michigan men in 
the Civil War, by Ida C. Brown (Michigan Historical Col- 
lections, Bulletin no. 9, Supplement, Oct. 1960) p. 17. 

Gift of Mrs. Jams P. LoCoco, 1952. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



« _> x^ , MS65-436 

Moriey, Fred, 1856-1942. 

Papers, 1850-1940. ca. 350 items and 64 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Civil engineer, of Ann Arbor, Mich. Correspondence of 
the Moriey and Clark families, chiefly between Mrs. Moriey 
and her husband ; legal and business papers ; 54 diaries con- 
taining daily accounts of engineering projects, travel, and 
everyday events; notes; 9 Eastern Michigan University stu- 
dent notebooks of Moriey and his wife; and a University of 
Michigan student notebook kept by Moriey. 

Gift of Mr. Moriey, 1941-42. 

„ - „ MS65-437 

Moms, George Sylvester, 1840-1889. 
Papers, 1852-1935. 1 ft. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of philosophy at Johns Hopkins University and 
the University of Michigan. Correspondence; a diary kept 
by Morris during his student days and three diaries of 
European trips; memorials after Morris' death; papers re- 
lating to his son, Soger S. Morris; notebooks of class lec- 
tures and other notes; and one vol. of notes on Professor 
P. A. Trendelenburg's lectures on psychology in Berlin, 
1867-68. Correspondents include Charles K. Adams, James 
B. Angell, John Dewey, Daniel C. Gilman, Moses C. Tyler, 
Frederick Uberweg, and Robert M. Wenley. 
Gift of the estate of Mrs. G. S. Morris, 1936. 

MS65-438 
Morrison, Minnie Leona (Brown) 1899- 

Papers, 1920-57. ca. 150 items and 4 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, reminiscences of Bedford, Mich., and 
Detroit, histories of various Detroit organizations, especially 
women's clubs and St Paul's and St Christopher's Episco- 
pal Churches, three scrapbooks, and an autograph book. 

Gift of Mrs. Morrison, 1956-58. 

„ . „ MS 65-439 

Morse, Allen Benton, 1839-1921. 

Papers, 1895-98. ca. 200 items and 1 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Michigan Supreme Court justice and U. S. consul. Cor- 
respondence, business and legal papers, and an address. 
Mainly letters of congratulation upon Morse's defeat of 
Judge Thomas M. Cooley for the Michigan Supreme Court 
in 1885. 

Gift of Mrs. G. Lee Gates, 1942. 

MS 65-440 
Mosher, Eliza Maria, 1846-1928. 

Papers, 1846-1934. ca. 4 ft. and 4 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Physician and first dean of women of the University of 
Michigan. Correspondence, primarily of a personal nature, 
between Dr. Mosher and her niece, Sarah Searing, together 
with earlier family correspondence; legal documents; bio- 
graphical information: outlines of lectures; mss. of articles; 
notes on trips abroad; us. of a biography of Dr. Mosher by 
Florence Hazzard, including the correspondence and other 
papers relating to it; four vols, of scrapbooks containing 
notes and letters about places visited in the United States 
and abroad and about Dr. Mosher's work. Correspondents 
include James B. Angell and Oliver W. Holmes. 

Gift of Mrs. Sarah Searing, 1942. 



MS 65-441 
Moulton, Charles Henry, 1838-1916. 

Papers, 1861-1914. 83 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence and miscellaneous papers. Includes 76 
letters (1861-65) from Moulton, captain in Company B, 6th 
Michigan Infantry, to his sister describing the attitude of 
the people of Baltimore and New Orleans toward the occu- 
pying troops, his own attitude toward the Negro, the bom- 
bardment of Forts Jackson and St Philip, the .Siege of 
Port Hudson, La, guerrilla warfare on the Mississippi, in 
the Mississippi Campaign, and a march through a c ypr ess 
swamp tearing up railroads and bridges. 

The Civil War letters are described in Michigan men in 
the Civil War, by Ida C. Brown (Michigan Historical Col- 
lections, Bulletin no. 9, Supplement Oct 1960) p. 17-18. 

On loan from Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Davis, 1959. 



MS65-442 
MuHer (E. B.) and Company, Port Huron, Mich. 
Business records, 1910-37. 9 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Manufacturing record, farmers' accounts, three journals, 
three ledgers, drying record, and warehouse inventories of 
a chicory processor. 
Gift of Gordon McMorran, 1959. 



MS65-443 
Mnlvany, Peter. 

Papers, 1856-1900. 159 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Assessor, of Marengo Township, Calhoun Co., Mich. Ac- 
counts and receipts for building a schoolhouse in Marengo 
Township in 1867-68; account book (1862) ; an account of 
Mnlvany with the Depot Association; and private business 
papers (1856-1900). 

Gift of Mrs. Peter Mulvany, 1967. 



MS65-444 
Mummery, Arthur E 

Papers, ca. 1884-1910. 150 items and 19 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Pharmacist of Ann Arbor, Mich. Correspondence and 
legal and business papers, including personal accounts and 
accounts of organizations. 

Gift of Mr. Mummery, 1948. 



MS65-445 
Munger, Edith Garnett Cushaway Gotts, 1862-1945. 

Papers, 1907-45. ca. 300 items and 1 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

President of the Michigan Audubon Society. Corre- 
spondence and addresses, largely relating to the Michigan 
Audubon Society. Includes lists (1907-27) of birds ob- 
served by Mrs. Monger. Correspondents include Wood- 
bridge N. Ferris, William B. Mershon, and Chase S. Osborn. 

Gift of Geneva Smithe, 1946. 



51 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



„ , , MS65-446 

Munson, John, 1870-1950. 

Papers, 1904-51. 3 ft. and 4 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

President of Northern Michigan University and Eastern 
Michigan University. Correspondence and miscellaneous 
papers dealing with Munson's campaign for Michigan 
superintendent of public instruction, his activities as editor 
of "Moderator topics," college presidencies, and personal 
business affairs. Correspondents include Jesse H. Ames, 
D. A. Anderson, Harry D. Lee, Ray B. MacLean, and 
George A. Selke. 

Acquired, 1950-61. 

MS 65-447 
Murfin, James Orin, 1875-1940. 

Papers, 1903-40. ca. 8 ft 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Michigan Circuit Court judge, State legislator, and regent 
of the University of Michigan. Papers relating to the Uni- 
versity of Michigan, including correspondence of Murfin 
■with University regents, successive University presidents, 
deans of departments, members of the faculty, alumni, State 
Governors, senators, and others. 

Gift of Mrs. James O. Murfin, 1940. 

MS65-448 
Murphy, Frank, 1890-1949. 

Papers, 1905-60. 96 ft and 20 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Mayor of Detroit, Governor of Michigan, U. S. High 
Commissioner and Governor of the Philippines, U. S. At- 
torney General, and Associate Justice of the U. S. Supreme 
Court. Correspondence, reports, speeches, notes, pictures, 
scrapbooks, and miscellaneous papers covering personal 
matters, the administration of the various public offices 
held by Murphy, Detroit, the Philippine Islands, State and 
national politics, the sit-down strike of 1937, international 
affairs, and all phases of the New Deal. Includes much 
material (1939-49) on the operation of the U. S. Supreme 
Court and typescripts of interviews (1957) of Murphy's 
brother George Murphy (1897-1961), judge of the Record- 
er's Court of Detroit, concerning Frank Murphy's role in 
the sit-down strike of 1937. 

Complete index to correspondents in the repository. Par- 
tial list of correspondents in the Guide to manuscripts in 
the Michigan Historical Collections of the University of 
Michigan (1963) p. 110-111. 

Gift of the Murphy family, 1954-62. 

MS 65-449 
National Congress of Parents and Teachers. Michigan 
Branch. 
Records, 1918-54. 16 ft 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Convention books, district books, bulletins, minutes, and 
treasurer's reports. 

MS65-450 
National Society of the Colonial Dames of America. Mich- 
igan. 
Records, 1898-1959. 4 ft 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Historian's reports, certificates, minutes, and miscellaneous 
papers. 
On loan from the Michigan Chapter. 



MS65-451 
Navarre family. 

Papers, 1791-1858. 300 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 
Correspondence dealing with personal affairs and business 
. matters, other business papers, legal documents of the 
Navarre family of Monroe, Mick, and a petition relating to 
Gabriel Richard. Correspondents include Gabriel God- 
frey, Jacques Navarre, Joseph Navarre, George McDougall, 
and Thomas Smith. 
Gift of Clem J. Navarre, 1948 ; and others, 1951. 



MS 65-452 
Nell Gwyn's Company, Ann Arbor, Mich. 
Records, 1930-56. 300 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, programs, clippings, fi-na.n«m records, 
scripts, and a draft of James Umphrey's thesis on the com- 
pany. 



MS 65-453 
Nelson, Joseph Raleigh, 1873-1961. 

Papers, 1893-1954. 6 ft and 2 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of English and director of the International 
Center at the University of MinhigaTi, Correspondence, 
mss. of publications, and other papers relating to Nelson's 
professional activities in Engineering TWi glish , the Inter- 
national Center, the Comedy Club, and Masques; and two 
account books {1913-28) of Sweet Briar Farm, Ironton, 
Mich, 

Gift of Mrs. Nelson, 1961. 



MS 65-454 
Nelson, Rebecca Jewel (Francis) 6. 1846. 
Letters, 1901-04. 250 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Letters from Mrs. Nelson to her son, J. Raleigh Nelson, 
relating to family affairs and everyday life in Ann Arbor, 
Mich. 
Gift of J. Raleigh Nelson, 1961. 



MS 65-455 
Newkirk, Henry Wirt, 1854-1946. 

Papers, 1844-1936. 50 items and 2 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Lawyer and U. S. Representative from Michigan. Corre- 
spondence and miscellaneous material, largely concerning 
Michigan politics, including items relating to Newkirk 
family genealogy ; poems and short stories; and two scrap- 
books containing addresses on historical and patriotic sub- 
jects, including woman suffrage in Michigan in 1912. Cor- 
respondents include James B. Angell, William J. Bryan, 
Joseph G. Cannon, Byron M. Cutcheon, Frank Knox, Wil- 
liam A. Smith, Benjamin R. Tillman, Charles E. Townsend, 
Fred M Warner, Booker T. Washington, and John S. Wil- 
liams. 

Gift of Birkett Newkirk, 1946. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



kt„m„ u n , MS 66-456 

Noble, Henry G b. 1842. 

Papers, 1862-65. 94 items and 5 v. 

Li University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Letters and diaries written while Noble was serving in 
Company B, 19th Michigan Infantry, during the Civil War 
Gift of James E. Thomas, 1961. 



MS 65-457 
Norris, Mark, 1796-1862. 

Papers, 1815-91. ca_ 2 ft and 1 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Businessman, of Ypsilanti, Mich. Correspondence of 
Norris, his wife, Roccina B. Norris, his son, Lyman D. Nor- 
ris, a lawyer of Grand Rapids, Mick, and other members of 
the Norris and Whittelsey families concerning family affairs, 
education for women, religion, student life at Marshall 
Academy, the University of Michigan, Tale University in 
the late 1830's and lSWs, St Louis, Mo., Dred Scott, the 
Civil War, the post office, banking, railroads, and other busi- 
ness affairs of Ypsilanti; together with business and legal 
papers. Correspondents include James B. Angell, Elmina 
Brainerd, John Burgoyne, Lewis Cass, Isaac E. Crary, 
Byron M Cutcheon, Donald M Dickinson, Woodbridge N. 
Ferris, Douglass Houghton, Caroline M TCii-Hyi^ Andrew 
B. Knapp, Lucius Lyon, John NorvelL Thomas W, Palmer, 
Laura Plumb, Electa M Sheldon, and Jonathan Taft. 

The Civil War letters of John Burgoyne are described in 
Michigan men in the Civil War, by Ida C. Brown (Michi- 
gan Historical Collections, Bulletin no. 9. Supplement. Oct 
1960) p. 7. 

Gift of the Norris family, 1936-62. 



MS 65-458 
Norris, Mark, 1857-1943. 

Papers, 1875-1960. 250 items and 4 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Lawyer, of Grand Rapids, Mich. Correspondence, 
account book, speeches, citations, record book, and other 
papers dealing with the legal and Masonic career of Norris, 
Grand Master of Knights Templars in the U. S. Includes 
political correspondence of Abbott L. Norris with Prentiss 
M Brown, Homer Ferguson, Carl E. Mapes, Arthur H 
Vandenberg, and Burton K. Wheeler; a University of 
Michigan scrapbook (1875-76) of student life; and a stu- 
dent notebook on Charles K Adams' lectures of 1877. 

Gift of Abbott L. Norris, 1960; and Margaret Norris, 
1962. 



«.« . ™. MS65-459 

O'Brien, Thomas James, 1842-1933. 

Papers, 1877-1922. 33 items and 22 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Lawyer and U. S. Ambassador to Japan, Italy, and Den- 
mark. Correspondence, notes, and addresses chiefly con- 
cerning Italy and Japan, and U. S. embassy business there; 
10 vols, of personal accounts (1877-1912) ; and scrapbooks 
of dinner menus, programs, invitations, photos., and clip- 
pings relating mainly to O'Brien's service in Japan. 

Gift of Howard O'Brien, 1946. 



53 



MS 65-460 
Okkelberg, Peter Olaus, 1880- 

Papers, 1910-50. 3 ft. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Biologist and dean of the University of Michigan Gradu- 
ate School. Correspondence dealing with Okkelberg's pro- 
fessional activities at Adrian College, Adrian, Midland 
the University of Michigan; a biographical sketch; and a 
copy of the history of the Hesselberg family. 

Gift of Mr. Okkelberg, 1959. 



MS 65-461 
Oliver Tractor Company, Battle Creek, Mich. 

Records, 1873-1930. 175 items and 30 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Minutes of the stockholders and directors meetings, 
ledgers, journals, price lists, correspondence and miscellane- 
ous records reflecting the operations of the company and its 
predecessor, the Nichols-Shepard Company. 

Gift of Louis Ryason, 1963. 



MS 65 162 
Osborn, Chase Salmon, 1860-1949. 

Papers, 1889-1949. 179 ft. and 267 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Author, journalist, regent of the University of Michigan, 
explorer, and Governor of Michigan. Correspondence, 
diaries, business papers, addresses, mss. of books, scrapbooks, 
and miscellaneous papers. Includes letters from every 
President from William McKinley to Harry S. Truman, 
particularly from Theodore Roosevelt; correspondence with 
most of the major and many of the minor leaders in the 
Michigan Republican Party, and with prominent Demo- 
cratic political leaders, newspapermen, and members of 
Osborn's own family, primarily concerning business and 
politics. 

Some of the correspondents have been listed in the Guide 
to manuscripts in the Michigan historical collections of the 
University of Michigan (1963) p. 116. 

Gift of Mrs. Osborn, 1950. 



MS 65-463 
Osborn, Stella Brunt, 1894- 

Papers, 1918-57. 6 ft. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Author. Correspondence relating to Chase Salmon Os- 
"born (1860-1949), to Sugar Island, Mich., as a possible 
United Nations headquarters site, to personal affairs, and 
to the Atlantic Union movement ; mss. of writings, including 
a partial biography of Governor Osborn; poems; and mis- 
cellaneous papers. Correspondents include Alben W. 
Barkley, Marion L. Burton, William Clayton, Fred L. 
Crawford, Thomas E. Dewey, John F. Dulles, Homer Fergu- 
son, Gerald R Ford, Walter F. George, Alfred M Gruen- 
ther, Clare E. Hoffman, Hubert H. Humphrey, Lord Ismay, 
Edward J. Jeffries, Estes Kefauver, Harry F. Kelly, Victor 
A. Knox, Clare Boothe Luce, Blair Moody, Frank Murphy, 
Richard M. Nixon, Chase S. Osborn, Charles E. Potter, 
Owen J. Roberts, Alexander G. Ruthven, Wiley B. Rutledge, 
E. Blythe Stason, Robert A. Taft, Herman E. Talmadge, 
Elbert D. Thomas, Arthur H Vandenberg, G. Mennen Wil- 
liams, and Jesse P. Wolcott. 

Gift of Mrs. Osborn, 1958. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



^- „ MS65-464 

Owen, Henry E 

Correspondence, 1874-78. 70 items, 

la University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Letters to Owen from his parents and friends in Adrian, 
Mich,, during the period when he was a student at Michigan 
Agricultural College (Michigan State University). 

Gift of Richard Goff, 1958. 

«_ „ MS65-465 

Page, Herman, Bp^ 1866-1942. 

Papers, 1900-40. 49 items and 1 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Episcopal clergyman of Michigan. Correspondence and 
scrapbook of letters largely relating to Page's retirement, 
but including some of his personal papers. Correspondents 
include Frank Murphy, George C. Stewart, and Henry P. 
Williams. 

Gift of the Michigan Diocese, 1963. 

MS 65-466 
Palmer, Charles Henry, 1814-1887. 
Letters, 1875-79. 66 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Regent of the University of Michigan. Chiefly letters 
from Palmer to his son, written while he was in Detroit 
and Pontiac, Mich., relating to personal matters. Includes 
references to the stock of the Eastern Railroad Company. 

Gift of Elizabeth Palmer Bradfield, 1939. 

„. _ ... , ., MS65-467 

Parker, Franklin Leonidas, 1820-1894. 
Letter press books, 1850-97. 33 v. 

_ In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

^ Lawyer and real estate investor. Letter press copies of 
business correspondence dealing with real estate invest- 
ments, and other matters in Ann Arbor, Mich. Includes 
occasional family letters. 
Acquired, 1961. 

MS 65-468 
Parkhurst, John Gibson, 1824-1906. 

Papers, 1834-1914. 15 ft and 4 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Lawyer, of Coldwater, Mich., Union Army officer, U. S. 
marshal of the Eastern District of Michigan, and V. S. 
Minister to Belgium. Personal letters from friends and 
relatives, including letters describing President Buchanan, 
French-Italian relations (1867), President Grant, the Chi- 
cago fire, the Paris exposition (described by Robert Barn- 
well Roosevelt, uncle of Theodore Roosevelt) ; 105 Civil 
War letters describing Parkhurst's service as Colonel of the 
9th Michigan Infantry and other units; correspondence re- 
lating to Parkhurst's appointments, speaking engagements, 
newspaper writing, business affairs, military matters, and 
Democratic politics; 3 vols, of business records; 100 legal 
and business papers of Parkhurst's father, Stephen Park- 
hurst, of Oneida Castle, N. Y. ; and a diary (1868) of Park- 
hurst's wife, Josey B. (Reeves) Parkhurst (d. 1870), noting 
daily household events. Correspondents include Donald M. 
Dickinson, Andrew Johnson, Robert Barnwell Roosevelt, 
General George H. Thomas, and William H. Wilkinson. 

The Civil War letters are described in Michigan men in 
the Civil War. by Ida C. Brown (Michigan Historical Col- 
lections, Bulletin no. 9, Jan. 1959) p. 26. 

Gift of the W. K. Kellogg Foundation, 1940; and Mrs. 
Andrew Ness. 1941. 



MS 65-469 
Parmelee, Abner Cornelias, 1806-1889. 

Papers, 1835-1934. 103 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Michigan State legislator, of Hastings, and Marshall, 
Mich. Correspondence, legal documents, genealogical notes 
and sketches of members of the family, miscellaneous 
papers, and private papers of Parmelee, of his daughter, 
Delia Parmelee Phelps, and of other members of the family. 
Topics include the Michigan Legislature of 1844 and busi- 
ness affairs. Correspondents include Charles T. Gorham, 
Henry E. Phelps, and Charlotte Parmelee Weld. 

Gift of Charlotte Parmelee Weld, 1941. 



„ MS 65-470 

Parsons, Henry Betts, d. 1885. 

Papers, 1876-82. ca. 200 items and 14 v. 
In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Pharmacist Report of the faculty activities of Parsons 
at the University of Michigan ; us. of a book on chlorophyll ; 
pharmaceutical notes; and 14 vols, containing personal ac- 
counts, notes, and data on g^ntinV experiments. 



MS65-471 
Patrons of Husbandry. Michigan State Orange. 

Records, 1873-1961. 5 items, 8 v., and 1 reel of microfilm. 
In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Minutes (1874-1907) of the executive committee, minutes 
and proceedings (1873-80) of the State conference; financial 
and other records, and roster of all lodges. 
Gift of the Grange, 1962. 



_ MS 65H172 

Patrons of Husbandry. Michigan State Grange. Ypttianti 
Grange No. 56. 
Records, 1873-1959. 450 items and 16 v. 
In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, constitution, bylaws, roster of members, 
minutes (1873-89, 1903-06, and 1940-59), financial records, 
membership applications, quarterly reports, and receipts 
Gift of Mrs. Walter C. Gale, 1962. 



MS 65-473 
Patterson, John C 1838-1910. 

Papers, 1838-1924. 47 ft. and 164 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Lawyer, of Marshall, Mich., and State legislator. Corre- 
spondence, diaries, account books, legal records, memo books, 
speeches, and other papers of Patterson, members of his 
family, and of his law partner, William H. Brown, dealing 
with family matters, politics, Hillsdale College, Hillsdale, 
Miclu, the University of Michigan, and other topics. In- 
cludes nine Civil War letters (1865) from Pliilo D, Patter- 
son (b. 1844) written while he was serving in Company H, 
9th Michigan Infantry. Correspondents include William H. 
Brown, Frank D. Patterson, and George L Patterson. 

The Civil War letters of Philo D. Patterson are described 
in Michigan men in the Civil War, by Ida C. Brown (Michi- 
gan Historical Collections, Bulletin no. 9, Supplement, Oct 
1960) p. 18. 



54 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 65-474 
Patterson family. 

Papers, 1825-1931. ca. 3 ft 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, account books, business, legal, and other 
papers of George Washington Patterson, Sr., Lieutenant 
Governor of New York (1848-50); George Washington 
Patterson, Jr.; their immediate families; and George Wash- 
ington Patterson m, professor at the University of Michi- 
gan. Includes 1500 letters on family affairs, genealogy of 
the Patterson and related families, New York and national 
politics including Whig Party affairs, life in Washington, 
D. C. (ca. 1878); letters (1884-98) from Europe; corre- 
spondence relating to the scholarly interests of George 
Washington Patterson m, and a biographical sketch of him; 
and 2 scrapbooks of George Washington Patterson rv cover- 
ing Yale University days and World War I service. Corre- 
spondents include James B. Angell, Boscoe Conkling, John 
A. Dix, William Patterson, William H. Seward, Richard W. 
Thompson, and Thurlow Weed. 

Gift of Mrs. George W. Patterson m, 1937. 



t> „ t .. MS65-475 

Patton, John, 1850-1907. 

Papers, 1888-1905. ca. 200 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Lawyer and U. S. Senator from Michigan. Correspond- 
ence; speeches, mainly on patriotic or political subjects; and 
newspaper clippings concerning Patton's political activities 
in the Republican Party. Correspondents include Junius 
E. Beal, Henry Billings Brown, Joseph M Carey, Cushman 
K. Davis, James McMillan, Orville H Pratt, John T. Rich, 
William B. Shatter, and Francis B. Stockbridge. 

Gift of James Shearer n, 1958. 



MS 65-476 
Payne, William Harold, 1836-1907. 

Papers, 1853-1933. ca. 2 ft. and IS v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor at the University of Mwrhi gap chancellor of the 
University of Nashville, and president of George Peabody 
College. Correspondence, personal account books, auto- 
biographical and biographical vols., lecture notes, addresses, 
and miscellaneous papers of Payne and his family. Most of 
the letters are from Payne to Elizabeth Clark Payne and 
concern his activities in education, particularly at the Uni- 
versity of Nashville and Peabody Normal College. Corre- 
spondents include James B. Angell, Lloyd C. Douglas, and 
Elizabeth Clark Payne. 

Gift of Mrs. Frank R Payne, 1937. 



„ „,, MS6^477 

Pennfield Township, Mich. 

School records, 1849-1944. 1 ft. and 54 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Teachers' contracts, attendance records, board meeting 
minutes, reports to inspectors, school census records, corre- 
spondence, bills, receipts, checkbooks and stubs, and miscel- 
laneous records. 

On loan by the Pennfield School Board, 1949. 



MS 65-478 
Perry, Walter Scott, 1831-1897. 

Papers, 1879-1926. 82 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Superintendent of schools, Ann Arbor, Mich. Correspon- 
dence and notes of Perry, his wife, Emma B. Perry, and 
his children relating mainly to family affairs. Includes 15 
letters (1905) written by Mrs. Perry from Europe. 

Acquired, 1952. 

MS 65-479 
Peterson, Reuben, 1862-1942. 

Papers, 1905-40. ca. 3 ft. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of obstetrics at the University of Michigan. 
Correspondence, articles, notes, and papers relating to the 
professional interests of Peterson at the University of Michi- 
gan, particularly to the University Hospital and Medical 
School. Correspondents include Carleton W. Angell, Junius 
E. Beal, George Dock, Warren E. Forsythe, Albert C. 
Furstenberg, William J. Mayo, Norman F. Miller, Frank E. 
Robbins, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Alexander G. Ruthven. 

MS 65-480 
Phelps, Jessie, 1870-1957. 

Papers, 1832-1951. ca. 200 items and 20 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of physiology at Eastern Michigan University. 
Correspondence and other papers of Miss Phelps and her 
family concerning family affairs, agriculture, trips to the 
California gold fields and to Kansas in 1857-58 ; and diaries 
and notebooks (1885-1951) describing her life as a student 
at Pontiac High School, travel in the United States and 
Europe, and her life as a retired teacher. 

Gift of Geneva Smithe, 1957. 



MS 65-481 
Phelps, Mary Merwin, 1865-1944. 

Papers, 1926-56. 1ft and 2 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Author, of Ypsilanti, Mich Correspondence of Mary 
Phelps with publishers and others about her book entitled 
Kate Chase, dominant daughter (1935) ; mss. of several un- 
published books and articles, including an article entitled 
Sphinx of the forest, which is about Douglass Houghton; 
personal record book of mss. sent to publishers ; and a scrap- 
book of materials on Kate Chase. Correspondents include 
Bertha G. Buell, Albert B. Hart, Allan Nevins, Chase S. 
Osborn, Jessie Phelps, and Oswald G. Tillard. 

Gift of Geneva Smithe, 1959. 



MS 65-482 
Phelps, William Henry, 1872-1939. 

Papers, 1875-1939. 2 ft 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Methodist clergyman and editor of the Michigan Christian 
advocate. Chiefly sermons and notes, articles, a Master's 
thesis, two student notebooks for Albion College, Albion, 
Mich, one voL of records of marriages, and correspondence 
dealing with family affairs, Methodist Church activities, the 
Michigan Christian advocate, and economic and labor prob- 
lems, particularly the sit-down strike in Flint, Mich., in 1937. 

Gift of Mrs. Phelps, 1938-39. 



55 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 65-483 
Phillips, Albert James, 1899- 
Papers, 1930-60. 4 ft. 
_ In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Executive secretary of the Michigan Education Associa- 
tion. Correspondence, clippings, articles, speeches, and other 
materials, primarily relating to Phillips' work with the asso- 
ciation. 
Gift of Mr. Phillips, 1962. 

MS 65 181 
Pieard, Frank A 1889-1963. 

Papers, 1907-63. 3 ft. and 11 v. 

In UJjiversity of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

U. S. District Court judge and first chairman of the Mich- 
igan Liquor Control Commission. Papers, including scrap- 
books, dealing with Picard's political activities, the Michigan 
Liquor Control Commission, the Michigan Bar Association, 
and the Michigan unemployment compensation bill, of which 
Pieard was coauthor. 

Gift of Ruth Pieard, 1963. 

MS65-485 
Pierce, Darius, 6. 1801. 

Papers, 1810-1901. lft. and 4 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Farmer, county official, and State legislator, of Washtenaw 
Co., Mich Correspondence relating to Washtenaw Co. poli- 
tics ; business and legal papers; thus, on agriculture and vari- 
ous other topics; and four personal account books. Corre- 
spondents include Alpheus Felch. 

Gift of Mrs. L. A. Seamons, 194L 

MS 65-486 
Pillsbury, Walter Bowers, 1872-1960. 

Papers, 1898-1960. 3 ft. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of psychology and chairman of the Psychology 
Dept. at the University of Michigan. Correspondence, lec- 
ture notes, mss. of writings and examination questions. In- 
cludes the working papers of the Psychological Laboratory 
and the Psychology Dept. after its organization in 1929. 
Correspondents include Henry C. Adams, Fayette W. All- 
port, James R. Angell, George F. Arps, Henry M. Bates, 
Edwin G. Boring, Norman A. Cameron, Moses Gomberg, 
Clark L. Hull, Clarence T. Johnston, Charles H Judd, Kurt 
Lewin, Norman R. F. Maier, Carl Murchison, Carl E. Sea- 
shore, Edward B. Titchener, Edward C. Tolman, Robert M 
Wenley, Lloyd S. Woodburne, Robert M Yerkes, and 
Clarence S. Yoakum. 

Gift of Walter M Pillsbury, 1960. 

MS 65-487 
Pollock, James Kerr, 1898- 

Papers, 1947-49. 8 ft 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of political science at the University of Michi- 
gan. Correspondence and other papers dealing with Pol- 
lock's service with the Hoover Commission on reorganiza- 
tion of government. Correspondents include Dean G. 
Acheson, George D. Aiken, Joseph W. Alsop, Arthur S. 
Flemming, James Forrestal, Herbert Hoover, Joseph P. 
Kennedy, Henry C. Lodge, George Meader, Sidney A. 
Mitchell, Raymond L Moley, Gerald P. Nye, James H. 
Sowe, John R. Steeknan, and Arthur H. Vandenberg. 

Gift of Mr. Pollock, 1961. 



MS65-488 
PoLscher, Andrew A 

Papers, 1941-42. ca. 50 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Author. Correspondence, mainly with Howard Peck- 
ham, relating to the publication of Poisoner's Domesday 
book (1942) ; drafts and notes concerning this publication: 
and his booklet on Father Richard. 

Gift of Mr. Polscher, 1951. 

MS 65-489 
Pond, EHhn BartBt, 1826-1898. 

Papers, 1841-1939. 5 ft. and 15 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

In part, microfilm ( % reel, negative) . 

Journalist and State legislator of Michigan. Corre- 
spondence and papers of Pond; his wife, Mary Barlow 
Allen Pond ; his daughter, Mary Louise Pond ; and his sons, 
Irving Kane Pond (1857-1939) and Allen Bartlit Pond 
(1858-1929), architects in Ann Arbor, Miftn ., and Chicago. 
Includes diaries of Pond, poems, albums, addresses, articles, 
sketches, scrapbooks, an autobiography of I. K. Pond on 
microfilm, and other papers. 

Gift of Irving K Pond, 1940. 

MS65-490 
Pontiac, Mich. First Presbyterian Church. 

Records, 1823-1937. 300 items and 49 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Records (1824r-1931) consisting of minutes, membership 
rolls, financial accounts, and an historical sketch; a register 
of members; financial records (1913-37); minutes (1904- 
18) of the trustees; minutes (1870-1903) of the Church So- 
ciety; women's societies' records (1908-28) ; minutes (1927- 
28) of Sunday school teachers; papers (1914-25) of the 
Building Committee consisting of minutes, correspondence, 
and other items; Men's Society records (1928-29) ; scrap- 
books (ca. 1882-93) ; files of unbound financial records; ser- 
mons; reports; correspondence; historical sketches; material 
on the International Council of Religious Education; and a 
deed (1823) to the church. 



MS65-491 
Porter, George Bryan, 1791-1834. 

Papers, 1765-1950. 79 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Territorial governor of Michigan. Correspondence 
(chiefly concerning family affairs), commissions, receipts, 
official and other papers of Porter and the Porter family. 
Includes five letters from James Buchanan ; one letter from 
George Dallas dealing with national politics; correspond- 
ence of Porter with Andrew Jackson and Edward Living- 
ston concerning the territorial governorship ; and miscellane- 
ous correspondence and other papers (1940-50) dealing with 
the Porter collection. Other correspondents include Samuel 
D. Ingham, and David K. Porter. 

Acquired, 1959. 



MS65-492 
Postum Cereal Company, inc., Battle Creek, Mich. 
Records, 1896-1943. 230 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 
Payroll records, production records, and general accounts. 
Gift of Charles Lent, 1958. 



56 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 65-493 
Potter, Henry Albert, 1840-1933. 

Papers, 1862-1908. ca, 100 items and 6 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Transcripts (typewritten) of originals owned by Mrs. 
S.G. Palmer. 

Correspondence, 4 diaries, a personal account book, service 
record, and miscellaneous papers relating to Potter's Civil 
War service as an officer in the 4th Michigan Cavalry. In- 
cludes 60 letters (1862-65) from Potter to his family describ- 
ing raids, skirmishes, and battles. 

The Civil War letters are described in Michigan men in 
the Civil War, by Ida C. Brown (Michigan Historical Col- 
lections, Bulletin no. 9, Jan. 1959) p. 27. 

Gift of Mrs. S. G. Palmer, 1958. 

MS65-494 
Potter, William W 1869-1940. 

Papers, 1895-1924. ca. 200 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Michigan State legislator. Correspondence and other 
papers dealing with Republican politics in Hastings, Mich. 
Correspondents include Julius C. Burrows, John Patton, 
and William A. Smith. 

Gift of Richard M Cook, 1961. 

MS 65-495 
Potts, James Henry, 6. 1848. 

Papers, 1864-98. ca. 225 items and 8 v. 
In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Methodist clergyman. Correspondence, sermons, poems, 
articles, and eight notebooks of addresses and sermons. 
Gift of J. Riston Potts, 1942. 

„ ' . MS 65-496 

Pound, Arthur, 1884- 

Papers, 1935-57. ca. 250 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Author and historian. Correspondence dealing with 
Pound's publications, personal affairs, and business matters; 
ms. of the book Lake Ontario (1945) ; a ks. entitled "Vol- 
ume and victory," outlining the General Electric Company's 
contribution to the war effort; and a partial ms. on postwar 
industrial planning. 

Gift of Mr. Pound, 1947 and 1957. 

MS 65-497 
Pray family. 

Papers, 1826-1910. ca. 100 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, indentures, insurance policies, and re- 
ceipts of members of the Pray and Geer families of Superior 
Township, Washtenaw Co., Mich. 

Gift of Willard Geer. 1956. 

MS 65-498 
Presbyterian Church in the U. S. A. Presbyteries. 

Records of Michigan Presbyteries, 1828-1961. 11 items 
and 82 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, minutes, ministerial rosters, registers, 
treasurer's records, reports, and historical sketches of the 
Detroit, Flint, Grand Rapids, Grand River Valley, Kala- 
mazoo, Lake Superior, Lansing, Marshall, Petoskey, Sagi- 
naw, St Joseph, and Washtenaw Presbyteries of the Synod 
of Michigan of the Presbyterian Church in the U. S. A. 



A composite collection consisting of groups of records or 
single items listed and described in Guide to manuscripts in 
the Michigan Historical Collections of the University of 
Michigan, by R M Warner and L C. Brown (1963), entries 
no. 2229-2240. 



MS 65-499 
Presbyterian Church in the U. S. A. Synods. Michigan. 
Records, 1834-1960. 3 ft. and 6 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Minutes (1834-84) of the synod; treasurer's record and 
minutes (1912-13) of the Evangelistic Committee; and 
minutes, bulletins, and other papers of Presbyterian Youth. 

MS 65-500 
Protestant Episcopal Church in the U. S. A. Michigan 
(Diocexe) 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Minutes of the Executive Council; committee reports; 
records of ordination, dismissals, confirmations; treasurer's 
reports; historical sketches; scattered correspondence; 
deeds; biographical notes of ministers of the Diocese; 
records (1926-31) of Batchelder Hall; and records of many 
individual churches in Michigan. 

Described in Guide to manuscripts in the Michigan His- 
torical Collections of the University of Michigan, by R M 
Wamer and I. C. Brown (1963) p. 193. 

MS 65-501 
Randan, Caleb Dwinell, 1831-1903. 

Papers, 1855-1902. ca. 325 items and 13 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

State legislator, banker, and founder of the Michigan 
State School for Dependent Children at Coldwater. Chiefly 
correspondence relating to family affairs, the State School 
for Dependent Children, prison congresses, travels in Europe, 
particularly Great Britain, France, and Russia; msb. on 
various topics, including child welfare, the Coldwater 
school, prison systems, and Russia; two scrapbooks contain- 
ing mainly clippings of poems and ks. epitaphs from graves 
in the Coldwater cemetery; and eleven personal account 
books. 

Gift of Mary A, Kenney, 1940. 

MS65-502 
Rankin, Thomas Ernest, 1872-1953. 

Correspondence, 1915-28. ca. 650 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of rhetoric at the University of Michigan. Cor- 
respondence of Rankin, chiefly with book publishers, con- 
cerning his scholarly activities and interests at the Univer- 
sity of Michigan. Correspondents include Wilf ord M. 
Aikin, William W. Bishop, Marion L Burton, Lloyd C. 
Douglas, John R. Effinger, George N. Fuller, Walter H. 
Sawyer, and Fred N. Scott 

MS 65-503 
Rathbun, Earle Henry. 

Papers, 1902-57. ca. 200 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Horse breeder. Correspondence relating to University of 
Michigan affairs, particularly its football teams, the 1902 
Rose Bowl game, and alumni activities; reminiscences con- 
cerning Battle Creek, Mich., including one on "Posts, Kel- 
loggs and the Sanitarium"; and copies of newspaper articles 



57 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



Rathbun, Earle Henry. Papers, 1902-57. (Continued) 

about Frank Rathbun, father of Earle and mayor of Battle 
Creek. Correspondents include Ralph W. Aigler, Charles 
Baird, William M. Hollenback, Everett M. Sweeley, T. 
Hawley Tapping, and Fielding H. Yost 
Gift of Mr. Rathbun, 1954. 



MS 65-504 
Raymond, UrL 

Papers, 1848-1910. 31 items and 6 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Manager of a general store and teacher at Port Sanilac, 
Mich. Three letter press books (1859-68 and 1894-99) con- 
taining information about the general store business and a 
few letters about the Methodist Church ; account book (1864- 
72) ; account statements; two daybooks (1860-61 and 1864- 
65) of the store; and a ms. of the newspaper "The bark 
shanty times," later called "The Port Sanilac times." 

Gift of Oliver Raymond, 1948. 



MS65-505 
Read, Gilbert E 1822-1898. 

Papers, 1855-1903. 254 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Michigan State legislator and businessman, of Richland, 
Mich. Correspondence, 239 bills for hardware, 12 inden- 
tures, land grants, deeds, and other legal papers. Includes 
a letter (1866) from Zachariah Chandler. 



MS65-506 
Reed, Seth, 1823-1924. 

Papers, 1848-1923. 61 items and 2 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Methodist clergyman. Correspondence, including con- 
gratulatory letters and communications on Methodist church 
activities and anniversaries; a diary of Reed's service as a 
member of the U. S. Christian Commission in Tennessee and 
Alabama, in which he discusses wartime destruction, slavery 
and education of slaves, hospitals, and aid to soldiers; a 
sermon delivered the Sunday after Lincoln's assassination; 
an address about Reed; autobiographical material by Reed 
and his wife; records (1856-95) of marriages performed by 
Reed; and miscellaneous papers. 

Gift of Mrs. Waldo G. Keenley, 1938. 



MS 65-507 
Reeves, Jesse Siddall, 1872-1942. 

Papers, 1853-1942. 17 ft and 5 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Chairman of the Dept. of Political Science at the Univer- 
sity of Michigan. Chiefly correspondence, together with re- 
ports, articles, book reviews, lecture notes, and miscellaneous 
papers primarily concerning Reeves' academic interests in 
political science and international law. Family affairs are 
also covered. Includes letters from colleagues and friends 
traveling abroad describing in some detail, points of interest 
in the countries visited, and making comments on Italy under 
Mussolini, the Stavisky affair in France, the early months 
of the Hitler regime, and the Philippines in the 1930's. 
Other subjects include a trip to Panama and Nicaragua in 
1897, World War z, publication activities, lecture engage- 
ments, job placement of students, national and international 
scholarly committees and conferences, including the 1927 



International Commission of Jurists in Buenos Aires, Uni- 
versity of Michigan affairs, and the Dept. of Political Sci- 
ence in particular, State and national politics, political 
issues, and international affairs. 

Partial list of correspondents in the Guide to manuscripts 
in the Michigan Historical Collections of the University of 
Michigan (1963) p. 127-128. 

Gift of Frank E. Bobbins and the Reeves family. 

MS 65-508 
Regal family. 

Papers, 1834-1905. ca. 250 items and 8 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, diaries, sermons, land patents, receipts, 
and miscellaneous papers of the Regal family, particularly 
Eli Regal, Baptist clergyman, his wife, Sarah Jane Regal, 
their children, Abel Regal, Ellen Regal, and Eli Regal, Jr. 
Includes a diary (1854) of Abel Regal; four noncontinnous 
-diaries (1849-72) of Eli Regal, a diary (1857) and an 
appointment book of Ellen Regal, and an account book 
(1834-40). Correspondents include Raymond C. Davis and 
Isaac N. Demmon. 

Gift of Mrs. John R. Norton, 1957. 

MS 65-509 
Reichle, Lewis. 

Papers, 1885-1945. 53 items and 3 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan. Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Instructor in Latin at the University of 1Wi«Mg n», Cor- 
respondence and other papers of Reichle and his wife, Flora 
Slayton Reichle. Includes letters to Reichle about his wife's 
book Rimes from the Great Lakes (1943) and other topics; 
a manual on teaching Latin; grade reports (1881 and 1886- 
£9) from East Saginaw, Mich, public schools; three vols, of 
personal account books (1887-1908) ; biographical sketches, 
poems, and notes of Mrs. Reichle. 

Gift of Mr. Reichle, 1950 and 1956. 



MS 65-510 
Reighard, Jacob Ellsworth, 1361-1942. 

Papers, 1889-1938. 20 ft. and 6 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of zoology at the University of Michigan 
Chiefly correspondence, primarily of a professional nature, 
with colleagues and students at the University of Michigan, 
and with other scholars interested in zoology throughout the 
world; lecture and other notes; addresses and articles; two 
vols, of field notes (1901) ; a notebook, a diary (1901) ; and 
a diary (1905) of Reighard's son, Paul Roby Reighard. 
Correspondents include James B. Angell, John Dewey, Lu- 
cius L. Hubbard, Harry B. HutchLns, David S. Jordan, 
John H. Kellogg, Alfred C. Lane, Alexander G. Ruthven, 
Henry B. Ward, and Dean C. Worcester. 

Acquired, 1945. 

MS 65-511 
Reimann, Lewis Charles, 1890-1961. 

Papers, 1931-58. ca. 250 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Author, of Ann Arbor, Mich. Correspondence concerning 
the Thomas M Iden portrait and gift fund, and correspond- 
ence and other papers pertaining to Hermann's books, The 
game warden and the poachers (1959) and Incredible Seney 
( 1953), together with the ms. of the latter book. 

Gift of Mr. Reimann, 1958. 



58 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 65-«l? 
Rennells, Charles Stephen, 1873-1962. 

Papers, 1852-1958. 60 items and 2 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

In part, photocopies. 

We^eyan Methodist clergyman. Personal papers; miscel- 
laneous papers collected by Bennells on Wesleyan Methodist 
churches in Michigan; MS. of his book History of the Michi- 
gan Conference, Wesleyan Methodist Church of America 
(1940) ; a history of the Bennells family; sermon records; 
and a photo, album. 

Gift of Mr. Rennells, 1940-58. 

MS 65-618 
Rich, John Treadway, 1841-1926. 

Papers, 1884-95. 10 items and 57 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Governor of Michigan. Two letter press books (1905-14) ; 
two letters from Rich and one letter from A. P. Avery, en- 
closing a letter from J. H Palmer which concerns Mi«higa" 
political activities; 36 vols, of diaries containing comments 
on the weather, Rich's daily schedule while Governor, social 
events and routine matters of everyday life; 6 speeches by 
Rich on various topics; receipt books; anil scrapbooks on 
Rich's political activities. Correspondents include Julius C. 
Burrows, Chase S. Osborn, Hazen S. Pingree, William A. 
Smith, and Fred M. Warner. 

Gift of Mrs. Rich, 1937. 

MS 65-514 
Richardson, Jonas D 1839-1864. 

Papers, 1843-65. ca. 200 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Union Army soldier. Civil War letters of Richardson 
written while he was serving in Company D, 4th Mi«tiiga.n 
Infantry; genealogical information on the Root and Col- 
grove families; and miscellaneous papers. 

Gift of Mrs. D. S. Bickford, 1961. 



MS 65-515 
Riggs, Henry Earle, 1865-1945. 

Papers, 1914-42. ca.lft. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Civil engineer. Correspondence dealing with the Univer- 
sity of Michigan civil engineering alumni killed in World 
War i; addresses on various topics, particularly those relat- 
ing to University of Michigan affairs; two mss. entitled 
"The Ann Arbor railroad 50 years ago," and "Thirty years 
development in public utility valuation" ; and three vols, of 
lectures, articles, notes, and testimony. Most of the papers 
pertain to the investigation of the Detroit United Railroad. 
Correspondents include Mortimer E. Cooley, Lawton He- 
mans, and William M. Smith. 

Gift of Finley B. Rigps, 1955. 



MS65-616 
Rigley, Charles E 

Papers, 1882-1905. 187 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Vice president, secretary, and treasurer of the Estey 
Manufacturing Company, manufacturers of furniture in 
Owosso, Mich Letters to Rigley relating to business and 
personal affairs, notes, receipts, and statements. 



MS 65-617 
Bobbins, Frank Egleston, 1884-1963. 

Papers, 1907-52. ca. 200 items and 1 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Assistant to the president at the University of Michigan. 
Letters to Bobbins and President and Mrs. Harry B. 
Hutchins, mainly brief notes of thanks from scholars, 
authors, and political figures; seven letters from Brazil, 
Chile, and Peru; correspondence relating to novels with an 
Ann Arbor, Mich.,setting; a genealogy of the Egleston fam- 
ily; and other papers, including poems, articles, addresses, 
notes, sketches, and charts (1932-50) of University of Mich- 
igan football games. Correspondents include Wilber M. 
Brucker, Willa Gather, Robert Frost, Charles E. Hughes, 
Sinclair Lewis, Frank Murphy, and William L. Phelps. 

Gift of Mr. Bobbins. 

MS 65-618 
Bobbins, Jerome John, 1841-1921. 

Papers, 1861-1913. 40 items and 9 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Physician in Michigan and Missouri. Correspondence and 
diaries covering Bobbins' Civil War service as a medical 
steward and assistant surgeon with the 2d Michigan Infan- 
try; clippings and other papers relating to his wartime ex- 
periences of a later date. Includes two letters (1863) from 
Sarah E. Edmonds Sealye alias Frank Thompson. 

Gift of A. P. Vierheller, 1962. 

MS 65-519 
Rogers, Henry Wade, 1853-1926. 

Papers, 1873-98. 60 items and 1 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of law at the University of Michigan and presi- 
dent of Northwestern University. Letters to Rogers while 
he was a professor at the University of Michigan, chiefly 
relating to speaking engagements; scrapbook containing 
programs and invitations primarily connected with North- 
western University, including some from the University of 
Michigan, the University of Chicago, and other institutions; 
and an article written by Thomas M. Cooley on the U. S. 
Supreme Court. Correspondents include Thomas F. Bay- 
ard, George Biddle, Henry B. Brown, Grover Cleveland, 
Thomas M. Cooley, Henry S. Frieze, Melville W. Fuller, 
Joseph E. Gary, John M Harlan, James McMillan, Samuel 
Maxwell, Samuel F. Miller, John P. Newman, George P. 
Putnam, John H Vincent, and Alexander Winchell. 

Gift of Dorothy Winner, 1945. 

MS 65-520 
Bominger, Carl Ludwig, 3820-1907. 

Papers, 1838-1945. 1 ft. and 7 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Physician and Michigan State geologist. Chiefly corre- 
spondence, primarily written from Germany; genealogical 
information; an account book covering Rominger's medical 
practice; scrapbooks; and historical sketches of Ann Arbor, 
Mich., by Marie Bominger. 

Gift of Marie Bominger, 1937; and Dr. and Mrs. Bobert 
H Haskill, 1961. 

MS 65-521 
Roth, Filibert, 1858-1925. 

Papers, 1911-14. ca. 100 items and 2 v. 
In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of forestry at the University of Michigan. Cor- 
respondence, including 10 letters from Both to President 
Harry B. Hutchins concerning the University of Michigan 



59 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



Roth, Filibert, 1858-1925. Papers, 1911-14. (Continued) 
School of Forestry and a bound voL of letters -written by 
Roth's friends and former students on his retirement; drafts 
of speeches on forestry and conservation; notes and arss. by 
Roth and Robert Craig on various research projects and 
courses in forestry; and a memorial upon Roth's death. 

MS 65-522 
Rowe family. 

Papers, 1852-1946. ca. 350 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, business papers, reports, articles, sermons, 
notes, and Civil War papers. Some of the papers concern 
Highland Township in Oakland Co. and Milford, Mich, 

Gift of Mrs. G. S. Rowe, 1950. 

MS 65-523 
Ruggles, Rademaker Lumber Company, Manistee, Mich. 
Records, 1881-1907. 49 ft. and 239 v. 
In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Letter books, invoices, ledgers, daybooks, account books, 
land records, maps, and miscellaneous records. 
Gift of the Charles F. Ruggles estate, 1955. 

MS 65-524 
Ruthven, Alexander Grant, 1882- 

Papers, 1904-51. Ill ft. and 52 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

President of the University of Michigan. Correspondence 
primarily covering every phase of the University of Michi- 
gan's activities, including the faculty and staff, regents, 
students and their parents, Michigan educators, officials, and 
others; and addresses, articles, and testimonials. 

Some of the correspondents are listed in Guide to manu- 
scripts in the Michigan Historical Collections of the Uni- 
versity of Michigan (1963) p. 133-134. 

Gift of Mr. Ruthven, 1939-61. 

MS 65-525 
Saline, Mich. First Presbyterian Church. 

Records, 1831-1936. 18 items and 17 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Minutes and membership rolls; Church Society minutes 
(1837-97) ; Young People's Society minutes (1885-95) ; Sun- 
day Scloool records (1933-37); women's societies' records 
(1865-1950) ; financial records (1880-1912) ; correspondence, 
guest register, historical sketches, and other papers relating 
to the 125th anniversary celebration. 

MS 65-526 
Salling-Hansen Lumber Company, Grayling, Mich. 
Records, ca. 1887-1927. 250 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Business records, consisting chiefly of a variety of account 
books covering the operations of the firm. 
Gift of John Brunn, 1955. 

MS 65-527 
Sample, George Washington, 1868-1945. 

Papers, 1896-1910. 5 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Circuit judge of Washtenaw Co., Mich. Two letter press 
books (1896-97 and 1896-1905) containing official corre- 
spondence written while Sample was county treasurer of 
Van Buren Co., Iowa and business correspondence from Ann 
Arbor, Mich. ; and three account books. 

Gift of Paul V. Sample, 1945. 



60 



MS65-528 
Sands, Louis, 1825-1905. 

Business records, 1863-1933. 262 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Lumberman and banker of Manistee, Mich. 109 vols. 
(1886-1929) of Sands and Burr, bankers of Ttf*ni<rt«» and 
the Manistee National Bank; 116 vols. (186S-1933) of Louis 
Sands Salt and Lumber Company, and other firms with 
which Sands was connected containing journals and stock- 
books; and 37 vols, of letter books (1901-29), chiefly of 
George M Burr, trustee. 

Gift of Mrs. Lottie M Smith, 1947. 

MS 65-529 
Satterthwaite, Joseph C 

Papers, 1835-85. ca. 100 items and 44 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Proprietor of a flour and lumber mill, of Tecumseh, Mich. 
Business papers, including receipts, deeds, 34 vols, of grain 
mill records, and 3 vols, of records kept by Satterthwaite as 
railroad freight agent; 2 personal letters to Satterthwaite 
from his brother; obituary of William Satterthwaite; recipe 
book; 2 notebooks; 2 scrapbooks; constitution and minute 
book (1959) of the Tecumseh Reading Room Society; teach- 
er's record book (1873) of Libbie Satterthwaite; and miscel- 
laneous papers. 

Gift of J. N. Satterthwaite and Elizabeth Satterthwaite, 
1940 and 1947. 

MS 65-530 
Sawyer, Alfred Isaac, 1828-1891. 

Papers, 1836-1919. ca. 2 ft. and 83 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Homeopathic physician, Masonic official, and mayor of 
Monroe, Mich. Correspondence and papers of the Sawyer 
and Toll families. Includes 21 letter press books and other 
correspondence relating, in part, to Sawyer's Masonic busi- 
ness, Monroe civic affairs, and the Homeopathic Medical 
College of the University of Michigan; correspondence of 
Sawyer's wife, Sarah G. Toll Sawyer, of his daughter, 
Jennie Sawyer, and of other members of Sawyer's family; 
34 vols, of Sawyer's diaries; 24 vols, of Jennie Toll Sawyer's 
diaries; miscellaneous business and legal papers; notes, 
speeches, and reports of Masonic affairs and homeopathy; 
a ms. history of homeopathy in Michigan ; recipe books ; and 
other material. 

Gift of Jennie Toll Sawyer, 1937. 

MS 65-531 
Sawyer, Walter Hutane, 1861-1931. 
Papers, 1904-31. ca. 6 ft. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Physician, of Hillsdale, Mich., member of the Michigan 
State Board of Registration in Medicine, member of the 
Republican State Central Committee, and regent of the Uni- 
versity of Michigan. Correspondence, notes, reports, ad- 
dresses, and miscellaneous papers relating to the offices 
Sawyer held, State medical affairs, Michigan politics, Hills- 
dale, and family matters. Most of the papers relate to Uni- 
versity of Michigan affairs, particularly the choosing of 
successors to James B. Angell, Harry B. Hutchins, Le Roy 
M. Burton, and Clarence C. Little, and affairs of the Medical 
School, Homeopathic Medical School, University adminis- 
tration, and the William W. Cook gifts. Correspondents in- 
clude James B. Angell, James R. Angell, Levi L. Barbour, 
Junius E. Beal, Stratton D. Brooks, Elmer E. Brown, Julius 
C. Burrows, Marion L. Burton, William L. Clements, Wil- 
liam W. Cook, Mortimer E. Cooley, J. B. Draper, Livingston 
Farrand, John H. Finley, Frank W. Fletcher, James A. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



Sawyer, Walter Holme, 1861-1931. Papers, 1904-31. 

(Continued) 

Garfield, E. F. Gay, Charles Gayley, Claudius B. Grant, 
James P. Hall, Benjamin S. Hanchett, Beverly D. Harrison, 
Albert R. Hill, Arthur Hill, David J. Hill, Charles E. 
Hughes, Walter J. Hunsaker, Harry B. Hutchins, Jeremiah 
W. Jenks, Frederick P. Keppel, Loyal E. Knappen, Frank 
Knox, Victor H. Lane, Clarence C. Little. Joseph W. Mauck, 
Thomas May, James O. Murfin, Chase S. Osborn, Bliss 
Perry, Alexander G. Ruthven, Wilfred B. Shaw, Charles E. 
Townsend, Claude H. Van Tyne, and Victor C. Vaughan. 

MS 65-532 
Scott, Fred Newton, 1860-1931. 

Papers, 1904-39. ca. 2 ft and 36 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of English and rhetoric at the University of 
Michigan. Ca. 2000 letters mostly written to Scott from 
friends, colleagues, students, publishers, editors, authors, 
and learned societies dealing mainly with literary and lan- 
guage questions and with Scott's lecture engagements, book 
reviewing, and other writings; 5 diaries (1903-16 and 1920- 
22) noting University of Michigan activities and travels; 
lecture notes; Scott's University of Michigan Ph. D. thesis; 
29 miscellaneous memorandum books; poems, articles, ad- 
dresses, reviews, and miscellaneous papers, including bio- 
graphical sketches of Erastus O. Haven, Harriet M Scott, 
Henry P. Tappan, and James C. Watson. Correspondents 
include Ray S. Baker, Robert S. Bridges, James W. Burns, 
Albert M Cooley, John W. Ctmliffe, Joseph V. Denriey, 
James M Dent, Lloyd C. Douglas, Kelson C. Field, Henry 
W. Fowler, Willard C. Gore, Claudius B. Grant, Karl E. 
Harriman, Avery Hopwood, James F. Hosic, William G. 
Howard, Lucius L. Hubbard, Albert Kahn, James Keeley, 
Clarence B. Kelland, John H Kellogg, William K Kellogg, 
Milton A. McRae, Edwin L. Miller, Edgar A. Mowrer, 
Allan Nevins, Chase S. Osborn, Emory Park, William L. 
Phelps, Arthur Pound, Alexander G. Ruthven, James 
Schermerhom, Georgia Jackson Scott, James E. Scripps, 
Joel E. Spingarn, Raymond G. Swing, Claude H. Van Tyne, 
Samuel Van Valkenburg, Lee A White, and Charles E. 
Whitmore. 

Gift of Mrs. Scott, 1940-41. 

MS65-533 
Sears, William Barnard, 1831-1922. 

Papers, 1852-1915. 82 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Chief engineer, of Flint, Mich, and the Pere Marquette 
Railroad. 52 diaries noting personal matters, surveying and 
construction of railroads, topography and flora of central 
Michigan, with a few comments on political affairs; 30 vols, 
of personal account books; and notebooks. 

Gift of Mrs. John Kagay, 1957. 

MS 65-534 
Sebnon, Bertha Eugenia (Loveland) 1877- 

Papers, 1932-49. 2 ft. and 2 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Physician, of Battle Creek, Mich. Correspondence mainly 
with women colleagues in the medical profession in Michi- 
gan oh various topics, including the Medical Women's Na- 
tional Association, early women physicians in Michigan, 
and birth control; a notebook of clippings and notes; and a 
portfolio of biographical sketches of Michigan women phy- 
sicians. Over half of the papers are notes and mss. on pioneer 
women in medicine, particularly in Michigan. 

Gift of Dr. Selmon ani*Mrs. William A. Cos, 1949. 



MS 65-535 
Sharfman, Isaiah Leo, 1886- 

Papers, 1920-56. 16 ft 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of economics and labor mediator and arbitrator. 
Correspondence, reports, and other . papers, chiefly re- 
lating to Sharfman's professorship at the University of 
Michigan, and includes materials on his activities as labor 
mediator and arbitrator in the 1930's and the 1940's. 

Gift of Mr. Sharfman, 1963. 

MS 65-536 
Shartel, Burke, 1889- 

Papers, 1901-59. 2 ft. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of law at the University of Michigan. Corre- 
spondence and other papers dealing with personal matters, 
University of Michigan affairs, particularly the University's 
decision to re-enter the Western Athletic Conference in 1913, 
the Law School, and Shartel's professional activities. In- 
cludes letters from former students serving in World War 
n. Correspondents include Wilber M Brucker, Homer Fer- 
guson, Felix Frankfurter, Martha Wright Griffiths, J. 
Joseph Herbert, Donald S. Leonard, George Meader, James 
O. Murfin, Marcus Plant, Roscoe Pound, Allen F. Smith, 
Edwin B. Stason, and Hessel N. Yntema. 

Gift of Mr. Shartel, 1959. 



MS 65-537 
Shaw, Wilfred Byron, 1881-1959. 

Papers, 1900-54. ca. 1 ft. and 5 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. . 

Director of the University of Michigan Alumni Associa- 
tion and editor of the Michigan alumnus quarterly review. 
Personal correspondence; articles and speeches; original 
drawings and plates for etchings; notes and miscellaneous 
material dealing with a variety of topics, primarily con- 
nected with Shaw's work at Hhe University of Michigan; 
autograph book of prominent American and world figures; 
scrapbooks (ca. 1949) of University of Michigan buildings 
and personalities; two vols, of University of Michigan stu- 
dent notebooks (1900-01) on courses by Henry C. Adams, 
James B. Angell, Richard Hudson, and Fred N. Scott. Cor- 
respondents include James R. Angell, Earl D. Babst, Marion 
L. Burton, James L. Morrill, Chase S. Osborn, Alexander G. 
Ruthven, Harold J. Smith, Ralph Stone, Mark Sullivan, and 
Arthur H. Vandenberg. 

Gift of Mr. Shaw, 1953-59. 

MS65-538 
Shaw family. 

Papers, 1840-1938. 1ft 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence of Brackley Shaw (b. 1818), his son Ho- 
Tatio Watson Shaw (1847-1918), and his brother, Horatio 
Watson Shaw (1822-1910), regarding missionary activities, 
family affairs, and the political interests of Brackley Shaw 
as a member of the Michigan Legislature (1869-70 and 1881- 
84). Includes six letters (1845-48) from Horatio Watson 
Shaw (1822-1910) to his brother written from Ann Arbor 
while he was a student at the University of Michigan; and 
three articles (1938) by Brackley Shaw (b. 1913) discussing 
University of Michigan student publications. 

Gifts of Wilfred B. Shaw, 1948, and Mrs. Roger Palpant, 
1963. 



61 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



_ MS6W&S9 

Shay, Ephraim, 1839-1916. 

Papers, 1875-1914. ca. 185 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Postmaster at Waring, Mich., and inventor of the Shay 
locomotive. Correspondence, deeds, contracts, mortgages, 
tax papers, notes on Shay's locomotive, and miscellaneous 
items, relating to business affairs and construction activities 
at little Traverse Bay, Waring, and Harbor Springs, Mich, 
Correspondents include Austin Cary, Kay Melton, and 
EhhuBoot. ^^ 

Gift of Mrs. Lette Shay, 1939. 

m. - ., MS 65-640 

Shearer family. ««™m/ 

Papers, 186T-1946. ca. 100 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Papers of the Shearer family, of Bay City, Mich. In- 
cludes 4 personal letters (1874-86) from James Shearer to 

w ??'' SfJT'S - papers of C6L Alfred M- Shearer and 
ist la. Alfred M Shearer, Jr.; an abstract (1867) of Bay 
City property ; and miscellaneous papers. 
Gift of James Shearer. 

m. ^ MS 65-541 

Shearman, Francis WiOett, 1817-1874. 

Papers, 1839-78. 108 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Editor of the Marshall (Democratic) expounder, judge, 
and superintendent of public instruction. Correspondence; 
business papers; a ms. on the Cawood patent swage block, 
(an instrument for repairing railroad rails) ; 35 speeches and 
addresses on patriotic and political topics, the Civil War 
Indians, and Isaac Crary; and miscellaneous papers. In- 
cludes letters from Robert M T. Hunter, from William 
Woodbndge on the University of Michigan, and from 
Thomas C. Fitzgibbon of the 14th Michigan Infantry 

Gift of William Page, 1938. 

HfS 65—545 
Sherzer, William HitteU, 1860-1932 
Papers, 1874-1929. ca. 250 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of natural science at Eastern Michigan Uni- 
versity. Correspondence, articles, notes, and other papers 
L -j™?' T™] 7 Latins <» his interest and scholarly 

ifSJV 1 ^*? ° f ? 60l0gy - Includes correspondence 
of Bela Hubbard, five vols, of geological field notes (1896) 
on Monroe and Wayne Co, Mick, and an K . a. thesis I from 
the University of Michigan. Correspondents include James 
Hall, Bela Hubbard, Lucius L. Hubbard, Alfred C. Lane 
and Filibert Both. 

Gifts of Mrs. Charles Lamb, Josephine Sherzer, and 
Geneva Smithe, 1948 and 1954. 

Shetterly.SethK 5.1820. MS 65-543 

Papers, 1829-1934. ca.2ft. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Lawyer and Michigan State legislator. Correspondence, 
miscellaneous business and legal papers, school papers, 
poems and essays, and notebooks. Includes ca. 1400 letters 
of Shetterly and his wife, children, relatives, and friends, 
including letters from Shetterly's father, Henry B. Shet- 
terly, and Samuel Smith and family. The correspondence 
deals with family matters, Grand Traverse and Macomb | 



Co, Mich, affairs, legal cases, Democratic Party activities, 
legislative affairs, the Alphadelphia Association, and other 
topics. Correspondents include Charlotte Adams, Edward 
F. Adams, Thomas Adams, K. J. Aldrich, Zachariah Chan- 
dler, George B. Clark, Donald M Dickinson, Silas H Doug- 
las, Divie B. Duffield, Ephraim Smith, Samuel R. Smith, 
Sidney J. Smith, James Stephens, and John Stephens. 
Gift of Arthur Van Duren, Jr., 1939. 

..... „„ , m , MS05-S44 

Shields, Edmund Claude, 1871-1947. 

Papers, 1854-1958. 37 items and 5 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Lawyer, regent of the University of MwMg ™ and chair- 
man of the Democratic State Central Committee. Corre- 
spondence, including one scrapbook of correspondence 
largely relating to Shields' campaigns for regent and bis 
service on that board, and his sendee to the Democratic 
Party; biographical sketches; citations; and correspond- 
ence and papers of Shields' father, Dennis Shields. 

Gift of Mrs. Francis Shields and Edmund C Shields. 
195L ^ 

■ -... „__ . , ■ MS65-545 

Shields, Francis J 

Papers, 1941-56. ca. 2 ft. and 2 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Lawyer, of Howell, Mich. Correspondence and other 
papers dealing with personal and business affairs, including 
letters from servicemen in World War n and two vols, of 
reminiscences concerning Howell and Whitmore Lake, 
Mich., student life at the University of Michigan, and the 
1896 Democratic National Convention. Correspondents in- 
clude Edmund C. Shields. 

Gift of Mr. Shields, 1960. 

s.ii t i. u i. i^ » MS65-546 

Sulp John Mahehrl Berry, 1831-1901. 

Papers, 1894-1901. 240 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Educator in Michigan and U. S. Minister to Korea. 
Chiefly letters written from Korea by Sill, his wife and his 
son, Joseph Sill, describing that nation and the functioning 
of the American Legation there (1894-97) with added 
descriptions of Japan; poems, notes; and a partial biograph- 
ical sketch of Sill by Shirley W. Smith. 

Sink, Charles Albert, 1879- MS 65_M7 

Papers, 1907-57. 23 ft 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Michigan State legislator and president of the University 
of Michigan Musical Society. Correspondence and other 
papers concerning personal affairs, Michigan politics, the 
University of Michigan and musical activities in particular. 
Correspondents include Henry M Bates, Junius E BeaL 
Roscoe O. Bonisteel, Emerson K. Boyles, Wilber M. Brucker, 
Manon L. Burton, Nina Burton, Hugh Cabot, William L. 
Clements, William A Comstock, Mortimer E. Cooley 
James J. Couzens, Luren D. Dickinson, Frank D. Fitz- 
gerald, Fred W. Green, Alexander J. Groesbeck, Harry B 
Hutchins, James Inglis, Clarence C. Little, Albert Lock- 
wood, Frank D. McKay, George A. Malcolm, Earl C. 
Michener, Earl V. Moore, John Munn, James 0. Murfin, 
Frank Murphy, Chase S. Osborn, Walter H. Sawyer, Shir- 
ley W. Smith, Albert A Stanley, William F. Turner 
Arthur H Vandenberg, and Merlin Wiley ' 

Gift of Charles Sink, 196L 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



a™ i. « ,- „ MS 65-548 

Skarshaug, Pauline Grant (Waite), 1901-1950 

Papers, 1896-1949. ca. 1 ft. and 27 v. 
In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Librarian at the University of Michigan. Largely per- 
sonal letters (1909-19) received by Mrs. Skarshaug together 
with correspondence and miscellaneous papers of the Waite 
family; and diaries with comments on the weather, daily 
routine in high school, housework, and work at the Univer- 
sity of Michigan. Some of the correspondence relates to the 
University of Michigan. 
Gift of Emory C. Skarshaug, 1951. 

ci _* a m ., , MS65-549 

Slayton, Asa Walker, 1. 1830. 

Papers, ca. 1853-1907. 3 ft. and 1 v. 
In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Farmer and teacher, of Grattan, Mich Correspondence 
concerning the Civil War and Slayton family genealogy; 
business and legal papers; and Slayton's Civil War journal 
describing details of the war while he was serving as 2d 
lieutenant in Company B, 25th Michigan Infantry. In- 
cludes personal letters from relatives; business letters from 
various firms, particularly book companies; letters (1860) 
written from Hillsdale College, Hillsdale, Mich.; student 
letters (1864, 1895-96) from Ann Arbor, Mich.; and Civil 
War letters from Augustus Whitman Slayton, Charles 
Wood Slayton, and Chester Metcalf Slayton. 

The Civil War journal and letters are described in Michi- 
gan men in the Civil War, by Ida C. Brown (Michigan 
Historical Collections, Bulletin no. 9, Supplement. Oct 
1960) p. 21-22. 

Gift of Lewis Reichle, 1942 and 1950. 

MS 65-550 
Slayton, William Clark, 1823-1897. 

Papers, 1870-1940. 12 ft. and 40 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Farmer, of Michigan. Personal family correspondence, 
with some mention of matters relating to Hillsdale College, 
Hillsdale, Mich.; 29 diaries of Slayton; 2 diaries of Slay- 
ton's second wife, Julia A. Slayton; a diary of his son, Wil- 
liam Lambert Slayton, written while he was serving in 
Company B, 25th Michigan Infantry; 7 diaries of Sarah 
Augusta Slayton; and an autobiography (64 p.) of George 
A. Slayton. Members of the family include George A. Slay- 
ton (son of William C. Slayton), his wife, Sarah Abbie 
(Dunn) Slayton, her sisters, Helen (Dunn) Gates and 
Nettie Dunn, and the children of George and Sarah Slay- 
ton: Lewis Dunn Slayton, Helen Elizabeth Slayton, Abbie 
Cyrena Slayton, George Francis Slayton, and Sarah Au- 
gusta Slayton. 

The Civil War diary is described in Michigan men in the 
Civil War, by Ida C. Brown (Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions, Bulletin no. 9, Jan. 1959) p. 28. 

Gift of the Slayton-Dunn estate, 1957. 

■ ■ ■ ■ MS65-551 

Sleeper, Albert E 1862-1934. 

Correspondence, 1919. 614 items. 
.In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Governor of Michigan. Letters of gratitude (in French) 
written by Belgian children to Gov. Sleeper who was presi- 
dent of the Dollar a Month Club for the Relief of Belgian 
Children. 
Gift of Mrs. Sleeper, 1938. 



MS 65-552 
Sligh family. 

Papers, 1825-1960. 21 ft and 125 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, 3 diaries relating to the Civil War, 14 
vols, of business records (1825-455), and notebooks on 
Masonic affairs of James Wilson Sligh (1821-1863), busi- 
nessman of Grand Rapids, Mich, and captain in the Michigan 
Engineers and Mechanics during the Civil War; Civil War 
correspondence of James May Sligh (1844-1921), a physi- 
cian and an officer in the Michigan Engineers and Mechanics; 
papers (1871-1927) of Charles Robert Sligh, St. (1850- 
1927), Grand Rapids furniture manufacturer, Michigan 
political leader, State senator and gubernatorial nominee, 
consisting of correspondence dealing with Sligh's Civil War 
service, 49 diaries and notebooks, 7 vols, of account books and 
ledgers, speeches, legal documents, 3 scrapbooks, clippings, 
pamphlets, and biographical notes dealing with the furniture 
industry, family affairs, Grand Rapids, business enterprises 
in California, Arizona, and elsewhere, World War i activi- 
ties (preparedness movement, Plattsburg, N. Y. Training 
Camp, the National Security League, and airplane produc- 
tion), and politics on the local, State, and national level, 
especially bimetallism (1893-97), the election of 1896, the 
Michigan Senate (1922-24) and the Michigan primary elec- 
tions of 1924; and papers (1940-60) of Charles Robert Sligh, 
Jr.(hJ.906") Grand Rapids businessman, past president and 
executive vice president of the National Association of Man- 
ufacturers, consisting of correspondence, speeches, 47 vols, of 
scrapbooks, tape recordings, pamphlets, and clippings 
dealing with family affairs, the National Association of 
Manufacturers, the furniture industry, and politics. Cor- 
respondents include Civil War soldiers Sidney Abbott, 
Charles H Cudney, Edson P. Gifford, Enos Hopkins, Wil- 
liam P. Innes, David A. Jewell, Dow L Lighthall, John W. 
McGrath, Clement F. Miller, William S. Nevins, George D. 
Walker, Walter Warner, Albert Wells, and George W. 
White. Other correspondents include Russell A. Alger, 
Frederick A. Baker, William P. Belden, Aaron T. Bliss, 
Wilber M. Brucier, William J. Bryan, Julius C. Burrows, 
Marion L Burton, Martin J. Cavanaugh, William E. Curtis, 
Byron M. Cutcheon, Richard L Drake, John G. Emery, 
Woodbridge N. Ferris, Thomas W. Ferry, Mark Foote, 
Clyde H. Geerlings, John A. Hannah, Ebenezer G. D. 
Holden, Samuel W. Hopkins, Frank Knox, Cyrus G. Luce, 
James McMillan, Lee Mantle, George Meany, Henry Morgen- 
thau, Allen B. Morse, Chase S. Osborn, Hazen S. Pingree, D. 
A. Reynolds, John T. Rich, George F. Richardson, Alexander 
C. Sly, William A. Smith, Francis B. Stockbridge, Arthur 
E. Summerneld, Charles A. Towne, James M. Turner, 
Arthur H. Vandenberg, Fred M. Warner, Charles W. Wat- 
kins, Erwin C. Wattdns, Frederick M Wheeler, and Justin 
R. Whiting. 

The Civil War papers are described in Michigan men in 
the Civil War, by Ida C. Brown (Michigan Historical Col- 
lections, Bulletin no. 9, Supplement, Oct 1960). 
Gift of Charles R. Sligh, 1958-60. 



MS 65-553 
Slosson, Preston William, 1892- 

Papers, 1938-49. 60 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of history at the University of AfiffTiig an Let- 
ters written by Slosson and members of his family from 
Europe, Western United States, particularly Wyoming, and 
Ann Arbor, Mich. ; and articles by Slosson. 

Gift of Mr. Slosson, 1939-1959. 



63 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



o -«. a ™_ „ . MS 65-554 

Smith, Ansellary Brooks, d. 1962. 

Papers, 1932-^2. 54 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Physician, of Grand Rapids, Mich. Chiefly correspond- 
ence between Arthur Hendrick Vandenberg (1884-1951) 
and his wife, Hazel H. (Whittaker) Vandenberg, and 
Smith, their personal physician, relating to personal matters 
and their health, with some mention of politics and the 1948 
Republican presidential nomination. 

Gift of A. Brooks Smith, Jr., 1963. 

. . lt ^ , MS65-555 

Smith, Charles, of Pontiae, Mich. 

Correspondence, 1889-97. ca. 100 items. 
In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence of Smith and Myrta Horton giving ac- 
counts of social activities in Pontiac, Mich. 

B . , MS 65-556 

Smith, Clement McDonald, 1844-1923. 

Papers, 1860-1922. 1 item and 15 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Lawyer, of Hastings, Nashville, and Charlotte, Mich. 
Three diaries of everyday happenings; letter describing a 
trip from Detroit to Philadelphia to attend the centennial 
exposition; nine account books; one scrapbook; and two vols, 
of University of Michigan student notebooks on courses 
taught by James V. Campbell, Thomas M Cooley, Ashley 
Pond, and Charles L Walker. 

Gift of Shirley W. Smith, 1938. 

o •«. tt „ , MS65-557 

Smith, Henry Parker, 1826-1898. 

Papers, 1823-93. 22 items and 23 v. 
In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Storekeeper and farmer of Schoolcraft, Mich. 23 diaries 
(1846-93) and other papers of Smith, his father, Thaddeus 
Smithy his daughter, Isa Smith, and his wife, Harriet Smith, 
describing the early settlement and activities of Schoolcraft 
and Prairie Ronde, Miclu, schoolteaching in Maumee, Ohio 
in 1853, Lincoln's Kalamazoo speech (1856), secession in 
Missouri, and other Civil War topics. 

Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley B. Smith, 1953 and 1963. 

e *v t - MS65-558 

Smith, Joae. 

Papers, 1887-98. 103 items and 13 v. 
In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Personal and business correspondence and 13 personal 
account books of Miss Smith, of Adrian, Mich. 
Gift of Richard Goff, 1953. 

MS 65-559 
Smith, Ralph Lawes, 1900-1961, collector. 
Papers, 1928-61. 4 ft. and 22 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Journalist, of Grand Rapids, Mich, Materials collected 
by Smith on the career of Senator Arthur H. Vandenberg. 
Includes a complete file on Vandenberg's remarks as they 
appeared in the Congressional record, press releases, copies 
of speeches and campaign literature; 20 letters from Van- 
denberg, other letters about him, and 22 vols, of scrapbooka 
containing nationwide newspaper coverage for Vanden- 
berg's senatorial years. 

Gift of Mrs. Smith, 1962. 



64 



MS 65-560 
Smith, Shirley Wheeler, 1875-1959. 

Papers, 1881-1959. 4 ft. and 18 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Vice president and secretary of the University of Michi- 
gan. Correspondence, articles, addresses, notes, and scrap- 
book relating principally to the University of Michigan; 
account book (1881-90) of poultry sales; diary of a bicycle 
trip through Europe in 1896; diary (1926-29) of the opera- 
tions of Smith's office at the University of Michigan; us. 
on James B. Angell entitled An American influence; 11 
University of Michigan student notebooks (1895-97) on 
courses by Henry C. Adams, James B. Angell, Charles H. 
Cooley, Isaac N. Demmon, Burke A Hinsdale, Richard Hud- 
son, Andrew C. McLaughlin, Lawrence A McLouth, and 
notes on sermons and lectures. 

Gift of Mr. Smith. 



. . 1L „ „ MS65-661 

Smithe, George Cornelius, d. 1910. 

Papers, 1863-1954. ca. 125 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Personal correspondence and other papers of Smithe and 
his daughter, Geneva Smithe. Includes Civil War papers, 
miscellaneous business and legal papers, including Smithe's 
will; and genealogical notes. The correspondence of Geneva 
Smithe includes letters on the indexing of the book, History 
of Washtenaw County, Minhign^ (1881). 

Gift of Geneva Smithe, 1948. 



Smitter, Wessel, 1894-1951. MS 65-562 

Papers, 1938. 3 ft 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Author. Mss. of Sautter's books F. O. B Detroit (1938) 
and Another morning (1941), and short stories and articles 
Gift of Faith Smitter, 1961. 



„-■, MS 65-563 

Soule, Harrison, 1832-1922. 

Papers, 1856-1925. ca. 250 items and 3 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Union Army officer, and treasurer of the University of 
Michigan. Correspondence; diary (1863-65) describing de- 
tails of tb.e Civil War while Soule was serving in the 6th 
Michigan Infantry and Heavy Artillery, and other papers. 
Includes 170 letters (1861-65) from Soule to his wife; a 
letter (1862) from Byron Stoddard (1841-1863), sergeant 
in Company I, 6th Michigan Infantry; correspondence 
(1890-1904) between Soule and J. C. Leonard, collector of 
materials for the University of Michigan Museums through- 
out the western part of the United States; and a literary 
Ms. ..of Annah May Soule. 

The Civil War letters and diary are described in Michigan 
men in the Civil War, by Ida C. Brown (Michigan Histori- 
cal Collections, Bulletin no. 9, Jan. 1959) p. 28 and SuDDle- 
ment, Oct 1960, p. 23-24. 

Gift of Mrs. L. L Clarke, 1944. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 65-564 
Spalding, Wilbur F 1834-1861 

Papers, 1862-64. 58 items. 

Id University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Photocopies made from originals owned by Lyle Walsh. 

57 letters from Spalding written to his wife while serving 
with Company I, 6th Michigan Infantry, during the Civil 
War, mainly from New Orleans and Port Hudson, La., de- 
scribing the Siege of Port Hudson, and expressing his un- 
happiness with Army life and the conduct of the war; to- 
gether with a diary (Sept-Dec 1862) containing brief 
entries describing a trip from Detroit to Washington, D. C. 
and on to New Orleans. 

Described in Michigan men in the Civil War, by Ida C. 
Brown (Michigan Historical Collections, Bulletin no 9, 
Supplement, Oct 1960) p. 23. 

Gift of Lyle Walsh, 1959. 

c .„. ~.. MS 65-565 

Spaulding, Oliver Lyman, 1833-1922. 

Papers, 1861-1921. 3 ft. and 11 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

U. S. Army officer, teacher, lawyer, regent of the Univer- 
sity of Michigan, U. S. Representative from Michigan, and 
Assistant Secretary of the Treasury. Correspondence deal- 
ing with Spaulding's Civil War service, election to the U. S. 
Congress, f the Republican Party and general politics, 
Hawaiian mission, U. S. Treasury Dept, and Masonic 
affairs; three diaries (1862-65) describing the everyday 
routine of Army life and military operations; memoirs giv- 
ing a complete account of Army activities while Spaulding 
was serving in Company A, 23d Michigan Infantry; four 
scrapbooks, a genealogy, speeches, and miscellaneous items; 
and family papers of Spaulding's wife, Mary Cecilia 
(Swegles) Spaulding including a brief diary (1870) of 
Edward Cyrus Swegles as a cadet at West Point, reminiscences 
(ca. 1903) of Mrs. Spaulding on the early history of St 
Johns, Mich., and her illustrations for books, calendars, and 
Mas. of poems. Correspondents include Russell A. Alger, 
William B. Allison, John J. Bagley, Henry P. Baldwin, 
Henry B. Brown, Julius C. Burrows, Zachariah Chandler, 
Grover Cleveland, Thomas M Cooley, Byron M Cutcheon, 
Charles G. Dawes, William R. Day, Donald M. Dickinson, 
John F. Driggs, George Duffield, Stephen B. Elkins, Charles 
W. Fairbanks, Thomas W. Ferry, John W. Foster, William 
P. Frye, Curtis Guild, Eugene Hale, Mark A. Hanna, 
Samuel S. Harris, Benjamin Harrison, Joseph R. Hawley, 
John Hay, David B. Henderson, Anthony Higgins, Ethan 
A. Hitchcock, Harry B. Hutching, David H. Jerome, Julius 
Kahn, William E. Lewis, Henry C. Lodge, John D. Long, 
Cyrus G. Luce, Donald Mclntyre, William McKinley, James 
McMillan, William H. Moody, James ODonnell, John 
Patton, George C. Perkins, Orville H. Piatt, Matthew S. 
Quay, Henry W. Raymond, John T. Rich, Theodore Roose- 
velt Joseph D. Sayers, Leslie M Shaw, Carlos D. Sheldon, 
John Sherman, William A. Smith, Francis B. Stockbridge, 
R. S. Sutherland, Edward C. Swegles, John Swegles, Wil- 
liam H. Taft, John Wanamaker, and Edwin B. Winans. 

The Civil War papers are described in Michigan men in 
the Civil War, by Ida C. Brown (Michigan Historical Col- 
lections, Bulletin no. 9, Jan. 1959) p. 28-29. 

Gift of Edna C. Spaulding, 1936; and CoL Thomas M. 
Spaulding, 1959. 

MS 65-566 
Spaulding, Thomas Marshall, 1882- 
Papers, 1901-59. ca. 2 ft. and 2 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

U. S. Army officer. Correspondence, notes, and articles; 



65 



two vols, of diaries (1941-44) of comments on the conduct 
of World War n, with emphasis upon the United States par- 
ticipation as viewed from Washington, D. C; and miscel- 
laneous papers. Includes mention of current affairs, na- 
tional politics, and the Cosmos Club of Washington The 
correspondence relates to Spaulding's scholarly interest in 
rare books, particularly to gifts presented to the University 
of Michigan Library. Correspondents include Randolph 
G. Adams,- William W. Bishop, "William R. Castle, Avard T. 
Fairbanks, Louis C. Karpinski, Irving A. Leonard, Samuel 
W. McAllister, Douglas C. McMurtrie, Allan Nevins, How- 
ard H. Peckham, Julius W. Pratt, Warner G. Rice, Frank 
E. Robbins, Alexander G. Ruthven, Wilfred B. Shaw, Rob- 
ert A. Taft, George M. Trevelyan, Lewis G. Vander Velde, 
Charles Warren, and Clarence S. Yoakum. 
Gift of CoL Spaulding, 1942-59. 

MS 65-567 
Squier, George Owen, 1865-1934. 

Papers, 1884-1945. 4 ft. and 43 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

U. S. Army officer and physicist Correspondence (some 
dealing with family affairs) ; diaries kept while Squier was 
a West Point cadet one of which contains a family history 
and an autobiography; personal account books; reports; 
military orders; U. S. Military Academy and Johns Hop- 
kins University student notebooks ; notes and other material 
mainly related to Squier's scientific interests, particularly 
telegraphy and transoceanic cables; a Johns Hopkins PhD. 
thesis in physics; and five items (1944-45) about Squier. 
Correspondents include James R. Angell, Newton D. Baker, 
Daniel C. Beard, Roy D. Chapin, Howard E. Coffin, James 
J. Couzens, Louis C. Cramton, James Forrestal, Edward M. 
House, Arthur E. Kennelly, Robert Lansing, Henry Nor- 
man, Jonathan M. Wainwright, Orville Wright, and Robert 
M. Yerkes. 

Gift of Mrs. Lorena Babcock, 1945. 

MS 65-568 
Staebler, Edward W 1872- 

Papers, 1926-39. 5 ft 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Businessman and mayor of Ann Arbor, Mich. Business 
and personal correspondence and reports dealing mainly 
with the affairs of Ann Arbor, including the mayor's office, 
the Board of Education, and the Police Dept 

Gift of Neil Staebler, 1948. 

MS65-669 
Staebler, Michael, 1843-1928. 

Business records, 1872-1928. 9 ft and 112 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, journals, ledgers, invoice books, and other 
business papers of Staebler and his family of Aim Arbor, 
Mich., dealing chiefly with coal, seed, farm machinery, bi- 
cycles, and automobiles. 

Gift of Walter P. and Herman A. Staebler, 1953. 

MS 65-570 
Staebler, NeiL 1905- 

Papers, 1929-61. 170 ft 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Chairman of the Democratic Party, Democratic national 
committeeman, and U. S. Representative from Michigan. 
Correspondence, reports, campaign materials and other 
papers dealing with the Democratic Party in Mifthiga-n and 
the administrations of Gov. G. Mennen Williams, and mis- 
cellaneous personal papers. Correspondents include Patrick 
V. McNamara, Blair Moody, and G. M Williams. 

Giftof Mr. Staebler, 1948-62. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 66-671 
Stanard family. 

Stanard and Parrish family correspondence, 1850-69. 
97 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Personal letters of members of the Stanard and Parrish 
families, including Civil War letters of William B. Stanard 
of Company E, Michigan Engineers and Mechanics, of Her- 
cules Stanard of Company E, 2d Michigan Infantry, and of 
their cousin, William N. Stanard, a musician in Company 
B, 1st Michigan Infantry. 

The Civil War letters are described in Michigan men in 
the Civil War, by Ida C. Brown (Michigan Historical Col- 
lections, Bulletin no. 9, Jan. 1959) p. 29. 

MS 65-572 
Stanley, Albert Augustus, 1851-1932. 
Papers, 1904-25. ca.2ft 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of music at the University of Michigan Auto- 
biography, lectures, notes, addresses, and miscellaneous mss. 
on topics dealing with music and the history of musical 
instruments in particular. 

_ MS 65-573 

Stearns, Frederick, 1831-1907. 

Papers, 1897-1905. ca.20O items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Manufacturing chemist, of Detroit. Correspondence, 
notes, and miscellaneous papers relating to the Steams col- 
lection of musical instruments given to the University of 
Michigan and to the Stearns music fellowship. Correspond- 
ents include Francis W. Kelsey and Albert A Stanley. 

eu. „ , „ MS 65-574 

Stearns Salt & Lumber Company, Ludington, Mich. 
Records, 1885-1925. 250 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Ledger, account books, and general business records reflect- 
ing the operations of the firm. 
Gift of Harold King, 1949. 

MS 65-575 
Steere, Wflham Campbell, 1907- 

Papers, 1942-45. ca. 100 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of botany at the University of Michigan and 
director of the New York Botanical Garden. Correspond- 
ence, reports, and other papers relating to the activities of 
Steere with the U. S. Office -of Economic Warfare in search 
of Cinchona in Guatemala, Colombia, and Ecuador durine 
WorldWarn. ^ 

Gift of Mr. Steere, 1945-50. 

MS 65-576 
Stevens family. 

Papers, 1861-1921. 1ft and 18 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence primarily between William C. Stevens 
(1837-1921), lawyer and auditor-general of Michigan, and 
his family at Whitmore Lake, Mich., dealing witii his mili- 
tary service in the 3d and 9th Michigan Cavalry during the 
Civil War as well as local Michigan politics; diaries; 
speeches; and official papers. Includes a letter from Dr. Wil- 



66 



Ham Fleming Breakey, assistant surgeon with the 16th 
Michigan Infantry. 

The Civil War letters are described in Michigan men in 
the Civil War, by Ida C. Brown (Michigan Historical Col- 
lections, Bulletin no. 9, Jan. 1959) p. 29. 

Gift of Mrs. W. C. Stevens and Nelson Stevens, 1938. 

MS 65-577 
Stevenson, Thomas, of Michigan. 

Papers, 1856-1909. 66 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Chiefly letters by Stevenson from Portsmouth and Bay 
City, Mich, to Henry Hayden of Hartford, Conn, discussing 
business conditions, local and national politics, railroads, 
crops, and the weather. 

Gift of Bussell E. Bidlack, 1959. 

MS 65-578 
Stone, Oren. 

Business records, 1851-1910. 195 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Becords of a general store at Stony Run (later South 
Grand Blanc), Genesee. Co., and Flint, Mich.; records of 
Stone's woolen mill company at Flint (known successively 
as the Flint Woolen Mills, Stone Woolen Mill, and Stone, 
Atwood and Company) ; and miscellaneous records of other 
Stone business enterprises consisting of daybooks, journals, 
time books, letter press books, and similar materials. 

Gift of Dwight F. Stone, 1940. 

MS 65-579 
Stone, Ralph, 1868-1956. 

Papers, 1895-1955. ca. 1 ft. and 16 r. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Officer Of the Detroit Trust Company and regent of the 
University of Michigan. Correspondence dealing with vari- 
ous activities connected with the University of Michigan, 
including athletics, alumni activities, the Board of Regents, 
the University Development Council, student publications, 
and other publications, particularly the one entitled "Michi- 
gan and the Cleveland era" ; correspondence and papers con- 
cerning the Alien Property Custodian in World War i and 
the Detroit city government; recollections of Hazen Pin- 
gree and Chase S.Osborn; genealogical material; 16 vols, 
of scrapbooks of newspaper clippings on Stone and his 
father, 6 of which deal with Gov. Pingree's administration; 
and speeches, mss. of writings and other papers. Cor- 
respondents include Earl D. Babst, Alan McCarthy, John C. 
Rolfe, Alexander G. Ruthven, Shirley W. Smith, T Hawley 
Tapping, and Arthur H Vandenberg. 
Gift of Mr. Stone, 1944-56. 

MS 65-580 
SundwaU, John, 1880-1950. 
Papers, ca. 1920-39. 6 ft 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor at the University of Michigan Medical School. 
Correspondence and other papers on SundwalTs profes- 
sional career. 

MS 65-581 
Sutton family. 

Papers, 1836-88. 250 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Papers of various members of the TTjitmwi Sutton family, 
including letters written in the 1850's and 1860's by Susan 
Rutland of Allegan Co., Mirk , 

Gift of Frederic K. Wykes, 196L 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 65-582 
Swain, George Robert, 1866-1947. 

Papers, 1896-1925. 50 items and 3 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Photographer and educator. Correspondence and notes 
mainly relating to the University of Michigan Near East- 
ern Expedition (1923-25); diary (1904-08) of camping 
trips on the Au Sable River and in Ogemaw Co., Mich. ; 
poems; and a University of Michigan student notebook of 
English composition. Includes vol of letters from Swain 
to his family. 

Gift of Mrs. D. W. Hayne, 1950 and 1952. 

MS 65-583 
Swainson, John Barley, 1925- 

Papers, 1954-62. 169 ft 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Governor of Michigan. Correspondence, speeches, re- 
ports, memoranda, and notes dealing with the Democratic 
Party, State and national politics, and the elections of 1954 
through 1962. Most of tile papers cover Swainson's gover- 
norship (1961-42) , but they also relate to his service as State 
senator (1954-58) and Lieutenant Governor (1959-60). 

Closed to investigators. 

Gift of Mr. Swainson, 1962. 

MS 65-584 
Taggart, Ganson. 

Papers, 1850-1956. 4 ft and 19 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Lawyer, of Grand Rapids, Mich. Personal and business 
papers of Taggart and his father, Moses Taggart, attorney 
general of Michigan (1885-89) ; and papers of the law firm 
of Taggart and Taggart; correspondence dealing largely 
with G. Taggartfs activities as city attorney of Grand 
Rapids; account books; speeches; 15 scrapbooks on Grand 
Rapids taxation and the Michigan Pipe Line Company; 
Moses Taggart's University of Michigan student notebook 
(1865-66) on courses given by James v. Campbell, Thomas 
M. Cooley, Ashley Pond, and Charles I. Walker; Ganson 
Taggart's University of Michigan student notebook (1895- 
96) on a course given by Levi T. Griffin: and miscellaneous 
papers. Correspondents include Gerald R. Ford, John D. 
Hamilton, Carl T. Hayden, Bartel J. Jonkman, Harry F. 
Kelly, Robert R. McCormick, Carl E. Mapes, William W. 
Potter, Edward V. Rickenbacker, Arthur E. Summerfield, 
Moses Taggart, and Arthur H. Vandenberg. 

Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Taggart, 1958-60. 

MS 65-585 
Tappan, Henry Philip, 1805-1881. 

Papers, 1840-1936. 1ft. and 4 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

President of the University of Michigan. Correspond- 
ence, addresses, lectures, sermons, poems, biographical mate- 
rial, a list of books in the Tappan library, and other papers. 
The correspondence deals with Tappan's scholarly interests, 
particularly in philosophy and education, travels in Europe, 
the University of Michigan, and personal matters. Includes 
correspondence about Tappan between Charles M. Perry and 
graduates and officials of the University of Michigan, and a 
testimonial in praise of Tappan from the University of 
Michigan Class Of 1858 sent to Mrs. Julia L. Tappan in 1883. 
Correspondents include James B. Angell, James Clements, 
William L. Clements, Victor Cousin, Edward P. Evans, 
Alpheus Felch, Baron Alexander von Humboldt Samuel F. 
B. Morse, Charles H. Palmer, J. B. Ruggles, Julia Living- 
ston Tappan, and Andrew D. White. 



MS 65-586 
Tapping, Theodore Hawley, 1889- 

Papers, 1908-61. 1ft and 8 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Secretary of the Alumni Association of the University of 
Michigan. Correspondence concerning a gift of land by the 
Von Platen-Fox Company to the University of Michigan; 
correspondence and papers relating to Tapping's activities 
on the staff of Silliman University in the Philippine Is- 
lands; letters from servicemen during World War rt; scrap- 
books of Iowa University and University of Michigan pro- 
grams; pictures, calling cards, and miscellaneous materials 
(ca. 1908-15). Correspondents include George Meader, 
Irene Ellis Murphy, and Alexander G. Ruthven. 

Gift of Mr. Tapping. 

MS 65-587 
Taylor, Fred ManvOIe, 1855-1932. 

Papers, 1885-1949. ca. 1 ft and 3 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor at Albion College, Albion, Mich, and at the 
University of Michigan. Correspondence on economics and 
political science, letters of recommendation, articles, lecture 
notes, and biographical material, including reminiscences 
(1949) of Taylor by his daughter, Margaret C. (Taylor) 
Farrell. The papers largely relate to Taylor's professional 
interests at Albion College and the Universrly of Michigan 
in the field of economics. Correspondents include Henry C 
Adams, James B. Angell, Albert B. Hart, Burke A Hins- 
dale, Edmund J. James, A Lawrence Lowell, and Shirley 
W.Smith. 

MS 65-588 
Taylor, Howell, 1888-1957. 

Papers, 1907-56. ca. 250 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Architect and engineer, of Adrian and Ann Arbor, Mich. 
Correspondence and other papers dealing with Taylor's 
possible service in World War I, his career as an architect 
as a participant in the survey of historic American build- 
ings, and as a teacher in Beirut Lebanon; papers relating to 
Taylor's personal affairs ; and miscellaneous papers. 

Gift of Mrs. Taylor. 

MS65-589 
Taylor, John W general storekeeper of Kalamazoo, 

Mich. 

Papers, 1853-66. ca. 250 items and 8 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence dealing with personal and family affairs, 
personal accounts, account books of general store sales, re- 
ceipts, and invoices of Taylor's men's furnishing business. 
Includes a letter (1859) describing Leavenworth, Kan, gold 
seekers and immigration. 

Gift of Mrs. C. S. Campbell, 1948. 

MS 65-590 
Taylor, Orla Benedict, 1865- 

Papers, 1831-43. ca. 150 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Lawyer. Correspondence and other papers on the gene- 
alogy of the Richard Church and Benedict families, ances- 
tors of Taylor. Includes four letters (1831-82) from mem- 
bers of the Benedict family. 

Gift of Mr. Taylor, 1942-43. 



67 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



Taylor famfly. MS6W!91 

Papers, 1827-1908. ca. 3 ft. and 18 v. 
In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions.: 

Correspondence of the Taylor family, particularly of Bar- 
ton Taylor, Methodist clergyman, of his wife, Elizabeth 
Gurney Taylor, and of Ralph Wendell Taylor, dealing with 
family affairs and religious matters, especially the Methodist 
Church; letters (1901-08) of R W. Taylor on the Philip- 
pine Islands; 12 vols, of Elizabeth Gurney Taylor's diaries 
of everyday activities; an autograph album; personal ac- 
count book; legal record book (1828-42) containing record 
of proceedings before Philo Taylor, justice of the peace in 
Wayne Co., Mich.; Wallace Taylor's notebook; biographi- 
cal material; sermons, articles, and addresses on various 
topics, including slavery, temperance, the Prohibition Party, 
woman suffrage, and the Methodist Church; and school 
papers. 

Gift of Clarence Wochholtz, 1938. 

MS 65-692 
Teed, Florence S 1901-1954. 

Papers, 1924-54. 6 ft 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Minister and civic leader of Ann Arbor, Mich. Sermons, 
notes for sermons, addresses, student papers, and miscella- 
neous papers. Most of the material relates to the rights 
and status of women and to religion. 

Gift of Dr. Wallace Teed, 1956. 

nn „ . . , MS 65-593 

Ten Brook, Andrew, 1814-1899. 

Papers, 1854-1935. 65 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) 

Professor and librarian at the University of Michigan. 
Correspondence relating to Ten Brook's publications, per- 
sonal matters, and University of Michigan affairs, particu- 
larly book purchases for the library; typewritten copies of 
letters originally published in the New York Baptist regis- 
ter describing a trip Ten Brook made in 1854 through the 
eastern section of the U. S. and through Michigan, noting 
the cities and towns of Adrian, Albion, Ann Arbor, Battle 
Creek, Centerville, Clinton, Detroit, Dexter, Fairfield, 
Galesburg, Jackson, Kalamazoo, Marshall, and Saline, as 
well as noting Baptist Church work and railroad travel^ 
and a ms. of Ten Brook's entitled "The story of ourVity 
and its schools" (Ann Arbor), together with a revised type- 
written copy of it by Byron A. Finney. 

MS 65-594 
Thomas, Calvin, 1854-1919. 

Papers, 1838-1940. 3 ft. and 13 v. 
_ In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of German at the University of Michigan and 
Columbia University. Correspondence, diaries, speeches, 
lecture notes, scrapbooks, and other papers of Thomas and 
his family covering his European travels and his activities 
as a student at the University of Michigan and the Univer- 
sity of Leipzig and as a faculty member at the University 
of Michigan and Columbia University. Many of the 
papers deal with Thomas' professional interests, including 
the German language and literature, and with the attitude 
of the academia towards Germans in World War x. In- 
cludes correspondence of Thomas with his publishers and a 
Civil War letter from Stephen V. Thomas written while he 
was serving in the 10th Michigan Cavalry. Correspond- 
ents include James B. Angell, William W. Bishop, Nicholas 



M. Butler, Mortimer E. Cooley, John R. Effinger, John 
Erskdne, Dorothy Canfield Fisher, Virginia C. Gildersleeve, 
Edmund W. Gosse, William D. Howells, Harry B. Hutchins, 
William L. Phelps, and Harlan F. Stone. 

Gift of Prof. Harold A. Thomas and Dr. Harold A. 
Thomas, 196L 



MS 65-395 
Thomas, Nathan Macy, 1803-1887. 

Papers, 1818-89. ca. 2 ft. and 4 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Quaker abolitionist and physician, of Mt Pleasant, Ohio 
and Schoolcraft, Mich. Correspondence of Thomas with 
his wife, Pamela S. Brown Thomas, his children, Ella 
Thomas, Malcolm Thomas, and Stanton Thomas, and with 
relatives, friends, public leaders, abolitionists, and pub- 
lishers dealing largely with family affairs, land transac- 
tions, medical discoveries, woman suffrage, the Liberty 
Party, and particularly with anti-slavery activities; an 
autobiography of Thomas; addresses; essays; a petition; 
three account books (1832-79) and medical, school, legal, 
business, and miscellaneous papers. Correspondents include 
James G. Birney, Erastus Hussey, Lucius Lyon, S. B. 
Thayer, Jesse Thomas (father of Nathan), Jesse Thomas 
(brother of Nathan), Jonathan Thomas, and Seymour B. 
Treadwell. 

Gift of Malcolm Thomas, 1936. 



__ MS 65-596 

Thompson, Benjamin, physician,. 
Papers, 1865-86. 8 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Physician, of Plainwell, Mich. Personal account books 
relating to Thompson's medical practice in Plainwell, Alle- 
gan Co., Mich.; and University of Michigan student note- 
books (1865-66) on courses given by Samuel G. Armor 
Silas H Douglas, Corydon La Ford, Moses Gunn, Alonzo 
B. Palmer, and Abram Sager. 

Gift of Alexis Praus, 1956. 



-pi. j t, t, „ MS 65-597 

Thunder Bay Boom Company, Alpena, Mich 

Business records, 1868-1912. 8 ft. 
In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Cashbook, daybooks, logbooks, time books, journals, 
ledgers, constitution and bylaws, and a miscellaneous book. 
Gift of Philip K. Fletcher, 1950. 



Travis, De Hull Norman, 1882-1960. 
Papers, 1912-58. 1 ft 

_ In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

_ Secretary to Chase S. Osborn and assistant to the U S 
Secretary General of the Nuremberg War Crime Trials. 
Correspondence dealing chiefly with social and political 
matters; Nuremberg War Crimes Trial materials, including 
pictures, copies of proceedings against Karl Brandt and 
Wilhelm Stuckart, public indictments and biographical 
sketches of other defendants; and mimeographed mss. on 
German concentration camps and the German Government 
under Hitler. 

Gift of Katherine Travis, 1963. 



68 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



\ MS 65-599 

Treadwell, Seymonr Bonghton, 1795-1867. 
Papers, 1818-69. ca. 400 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Editor of the Michigan freeman. Chiefly correspondence 
of Treadwell, his son, Jefferson Treadwell, and other mem- 
bers of the family; addresses; clippings; broadsides; and 
land records. The correspondence covers personal and busi- 
ness affairs, firsthand views of the South and slavery in 
1859-60, the anti-slavery movement in Michigan and else- 
where, Hamilton Institute of New York, temperance, and 
politics. Correspondents include John P. Cleaveland, George 
Dawson, George W. Eaton, Arthur L. Porter, Gerrit Smith, 
Alvan Stewart, Charles EL Stewart, Electa Maria Sheldon 
Stewart, Samuel N. Sweet, and Jerome Treadwell. 

Gift of Mrs. John Tdwne, 1937; and James P. LoveMn, 
196L 

MS 65-600 
Trowbridge, Charles Christopher, 1800-1883. 

Papers, ca. 1823-40. 6 items and 11 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

In part, photocopies. 

Indian agent, banker, mayor of Detroit, and regent of the 
University of Michigan. Seven vols, of mss. on the history 
and traditions of Indian tribes; four vols, of mss. on TnriiaTi 
languages; record (1830?) of minutes of the office of the 
Indian agency at Sault Ste. Marie, Mich.; Trowbridge's 
transcripts of two speeches (1830) delivered by Indian 
chiefs at the agency; two photocopies of letters (1840) 
from Francis J. Higginson and Trowbridge's reply on Uni- 
versity of Michigan business; an address on the early his- 
tory of the University of Michigan; and autobiographical 
material (photocopy). 

Gift of Mrs. William Mitchell, 1938. 

MS65-601 
Trowbridge, Lather Stephen, 1836-1912. 

Papers, 1842-90. ca. 200 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Civil War officer. Chiefly correspondence and other papers 
of Trowbridge, major general in the 10th Cavalry during 
the Civil War, and of members of his family dealing with 
Detroit and Birmingham, Mich, college life at Yale, and 
the Civil Wax. Correspondents include Russell A. Alger, 
George Duffield, Hoyt Post, Charles C. Trowbridge, Sow- 
land E. Trowbridge, Stephen V. R Trowbridge, and Moses 
C.Tykr. 

Gift of Mrs. Brace Krag, 1961. 

MS65-602 
Trueblood, Thomas Clarkson, 1856-1951. 

Papers, 1886-1946. ca. 1 ft. and 1 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of speech at the University of Michigan. Cor- 
respondence, travel diaries, an autobiography, speeches, lec- 
ture notes, articles, essays, reviews, mainly relating to ora- 
tory and debate; a voL of congratulatory letters (1942) to 
Trueblood on the 50th anniversary of the Dept. of Speech 
at the University of Michigan; and other papers relating to 
Trueblood's activities at the University of Michigan and 
other schools and to his travels around the world. Corre- 
spondents include Jane Addams, Clinton P. Anderson, Al- 
bert J. Beveridge, Wilber M Brucker, Princess Cantacu- 
zene, Edgar A. Guest, Chase S. Osborn, Sir Robert Stout 
(New Zealand) and William Howard Taft. 

Gift of Thomas Trueblood. 



69 



MS 65-603 
Tucker, Stephen Davis, 1818-1902. 

Papers, ca. 1845-98. 59 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Manufacturer of printing presses, of New York City. 
Correspondence concerning business affairs and the Civil 
War, biographical and genealogical information, deeds, wills, 
and other legal papers. Includes a letter from Tucker's 
brother, Charles, an inmate of the Elmira prison in Michigan 
for Confederate prisoners. 

Gift of Col. Thomas MSpaulding. 



MS 65-604 

Taller family. 

Papers, 1793-1883 and 1937. 50 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence and other papers of the Tuller family, 
particularly Artimedorus Tuller, of Tecumseh and Jones- 
viHe, Mich. Includes deeds, receipts, and other business and 
legal papers. 

Gift of Mrs. J. B. Ladd, 1941. 



MS 65-605 
Turner, James Monroe, 1850-1896. 

Papers, 1850-98. 108 items and 4 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Farmer, businessman, mayor of Lansing, Mich., and Re- 
publican nominee for Governor. Correspondence, deeds, in- 
dentures, land grants of real estate holdings, and scrapbooks 
on Turner's gubernatorial and mayoralty campaigns and 
Michigan politics. 

Gift of the Marquette County Historical Society, 1958. 



MS 65-606 
Tattle, Arthur J 1868-1944. 

Papers, 1889-1943. 155 ft. and 226 r. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

U. S. District Judge for Eastern Michigan and State 
legislator. Chiefly correspondence, particularly concerning 
Tuttle's judgeship, his personal, legal, and business affairs, 
his duties as Ingham Co., Mich, prosecutor (1899-1902), 
and Michigan politics; published briefs; personal accounts; 
a University of Michigan Law School thesis; 52 vols, of 
scrapbooks; and student notebooks on courses by James B. 
Angell, Levi T. Griffin, George Henipl, Burke A. Hinsdale, 
Richard Hudson, Jerome C. Knowlton, Alexis F. Lange, 
Floyd R. Mechem, Albert A. Stanley, Bradley M. Thomp- 
son, Thomas C. Trueblood, and Lucius L. Van Slyke. Cor- 
respondents include Burt Annis, Julia M. Baldwin, Julius 
C. Burrows, William A. Comstock, James J. Couzens, Ed- 
win Denby, John D. Dingell, Frank D. Fitzgerald, Alex- 
ander J. Groesbeck, Clare E. Hoffman, Paul H Kong, Frank 
Knox, Arthur F. Lederle, George A. Marsten, Earl C. 
Michener, John Miner, James 0. Murfin, Harry S. New, 
Truman H Newberry, Chase S. Osborn, Hazen S. Pingree, 
Jack Eobinson, Samuel W. Smith, William A. Smith, Max 
Stephan, Eli R. Sutton, William H Taft, Ruth Tuttle, 
Wellington Van Camp, Murray D. Van Wagoner, Paul W. 
Voorhies. Fred M. Warner, Clyde I. Webster, and Roy 0. 
Woodruff. 

Gift of Mrs. Thomas J. Bailey, 1945-55. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 65-607 
Ubl Edwin Fuller, 1841-1901. 

Papers, 1878-1917. 115 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Lawyer and businessman of Grand Rapids, Mich., U. S. 
Ambassador to Germany, and U. S. "Undersecretary of State. 
Correspondence of Uhl, Ids wife, Alice (Follett) Uhl, and 
his son, Marshall Uhl; guest book; notebook; an address; a 
biographical sketch; resolutions; and legal papers. Includes 
11 letters from Grover Cleveland and 63 telegrams of con- 
dolence upon the deaths of Mr. and Mrs. UhL 

Gift of Marshall M Uhl, 1943. 



Detroit. Urban League. 

Records, 1916-49. 15 ft. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, minutes, reports, financial statements, 
and other records covering the activities of the league and 
its director, John C. Dancy, detailing many facets of the life 
or the Negro in the depression, World War n, including the 
1943 race riots, and the postwar period. Includes material 
on employment housing, racial conflict, elections, strikes, 
crime, welfare, Negro churches, and other organizations con- 
cerned with the Negro such as the National Association f or 
the Advancement of Colored People. 

Gift of the league 1963. 



„ „ , MS65-609 

U.S. Army. 339th Infantry. 

North Russian (Polar Bear) Expedition papers, 1918-i9. 
54 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Diaries, reminiscences, pictures, maps, and scrapbooks 
dealing with the North Russian (Polar Bear) Expedition to 
Archangel written or collected by the men who participated 
in this venture as members of the 339th Infantry of the 
American Expeditionary Force. 

Acquired 1963-64. 



n « /».— •« „ . MS 65-610 

,,. , y ommttt ^e on Conservation of Cultural Resources. 
Michigan. 

Records, 1941-44. 200 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence during World War rx relating to an effort 
to protect historical and cultural objects and papers from 
possible destruction; reports; and minutes. Principal cor- 
respondent was Lewis G. Vander Velde, rhairmgn 



«■ t^_ ~ ^ MS 65-611 

Van Buren, De Puy, J. 1822. 

Papers, 1843-84. ca.2it. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Teacher and businessman in Galesburg, Mich. Personal 
correspondence, journal, articles, addresses, notes, school 
records, minute book of the Galesburg Temperance Society, 
and miscellaneous papers dealing with personal affairs, 
events in Kalamazoo Co., Miclu, particularly Galesburg, and 
other subjects. The journal contains discussions on the 
weather, schoolteaching, local politics, and Van Buren's 
scholarly interests. 



70 



MS65-S12 
Van den Broek, John Abraham, 1885-1959. 

Papers, 1905-55. ca. 250 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of mechanical engineering at the University of 
Michigan. Correspondence dealing with University and 
departmental business, World War n research projects, the 
American Society of Civil Engineering, and research proj- 
ects of the Hamilton Watch Company and the Hayes Wheel 
Company. 

Gift of Mrs. Van den Broek, 1959. 



„ MS 65-613 

Vandercook, Roy C 1873-1960. 

Papers, 1900-57. 200 items and 2 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Michigan State police commissioner, National Guard 
commander, and businessman. Diary (1920) kept while 
Vandercook was police commissioner, in which he recorded 
notes on the "red" raids of the 1920's and Alexander J. Groes- 
beck; order book (1905-12) for the 1st Battery of Artillery, 
Michigan National Guard; and newspaper clippings and 
correspondence dealing with the National Guard, the copper 
strike of 1913-14, the Jackson prison riot of 1912, and Wood- 
bridge N. Ferris' inauguration 

Gift of Mrs. Vandercook, 1961. 



xr a . t, MS«5-*M 

Vanderpool, George. 

Papers, 1868-70. 50 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Businessman. Correspondence and legal papers relating 
to the murder of Herbert Field, of Manistee, Mich., and the 
trial of VanderpooL 



Van Tyne, Helen Belfield Bates. 

Papers, 1944-54. ca. 300 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, reports, minutes, and miscellaneous ma- 
terial, primarily dealing with the Michigan League for 
Planned Parenthood and the Michigan Council on Women 
in Business and Industry. 

Gift of Mrs. Van Tyne, 1955. 



to * rr, tt ^. MS65-616 

Wait, Clara Hadley. 

Papers, 1893-1919. 15 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence and clippings relating to University of 
Michigan affairs; family photo, albums; notes (1893-94) on 
European travel by Mrs. Wait and her husband, William 
Henry Wait ; notes on art lectures ; scrapbooks of Mrs. Wait's 
articles and her civic activities, particularly with the Daugh- 
ters of the American Revolution; and a scrapbook contain- 
ing letters, papers, and other materials relating to World 
War i activities of the Daughters of the American Revolu- 
tion under Mrs. Wait's direction. 

Gift of Rolland C. Stewart, 1949. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



urn. t> MB 65-617 

Walker, Bryant, 1856-1936. 

Papers, 1830-193L ca. 8 ft and 21 v. 
In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) 

Lawyer, of Detroit Chiefly correspondence beginning in 
1873, primarily from conchologists throughout the world, 
including copies of drafts of Walker's letters; correspond- 
ence of members of the Walker family; a letter press book 
(1877-86) ; one vol of typescript copies (1830-41) ofWalker 
family letters written from Buffalo, N. T., Grand Rapids, 
Detroit, and other places; several vols, of notes on conchol- 
ogy ; a University of Michigan student notebook (1874) on 
a physics course ; and miscellaneous papers. 

Gift of Calvin Goodrich, 1937. 

-, „ „, MS65-«18 

Walker, Edward Carey, 1820-1894. 

Correspondence, 1863-81. ca. 750 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Regent of the University of Michigan. Correspondence, 
mainly with James B. Angell, concerning the University of 
Michigan, particularly its Board of Regents. Correspond- 
ents include James H. Burleson, Thomas M Cooky, Silas 
H. Douglas, Corydon La Ford, Henry S. Frieze, Thomas D. 
Gilbert, Erastus 0. Haven, Alonzo B. Palmer, C. M Stock- 
well, Andrew Ten Brook, James C. Watson, and De Vblson 
Wood. 

„ MS 65-619 

Walton, Ivan. 

Papers, ca. 1940-60. 2 ft 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of engineering English at the University of 
Michigan. Note cards on Michigan folklore and traditions; 
and recordings of folksongs and teles. 

Gift of Mr. Walton, 1962. 

«r *_ a- ■■ ^_ MS65-620 

Wanty, George Proctor, 1856-1906. 

Papers, 1900-06. 100 items and 3 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

U. S. District Court judge for Western Michigan. Cor- 
respondence concerning the Michigan railroad tax case; 
correspondence with John Patton concerning memorial 
services for Wanty; serve memorial addresses and a bio- 
graphical sketch on Wanty; a scrapbook containing tele- 
grams and letters concerning Wanty's appointment as U. S. 
judge; and two scrapbooks of newspaper clippings on 
Wanty, Michigan politics, and Grand Rapids, Mich. Cor- 
respondents include Julius C. Burrows, Byron M Cutcheon, 
Henry S. Dean, Benjamin F. Graves, Harry D. Jewell, 
Loyal E. Knappen, Robert M. Montgomery, Amos S. Mus- 
selman, William A. Smith, William H. Taft, Edwin F. Uhl, 
and James R. Wylie. 

Gift of George Wanty, 1956. 

«r :. .. MS 65-621 

Ward, Marcos Llewellyn, 1875-1963. 
Papers, 1908-62. 3 ft 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Dean of the University of Michigan School of Dentistry. 
Correspondence, reports, addresses, and miscellaneous papers 
relating to the Michigan State Dental Association, to the 
University of Michigan School of Dentistry, to American 
dental education, and to other topics related to Ward's pro- 
fessional career. 
Gift of Dr. Ward, 1958-63. 



71 



MS 65-622 
Warner, Fred Maltby, 1865-1923. 

Papers, 1832-1918. 420 items and 6 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Secretary of state and Governor of Michigan. Corre- 
spondence, legal documents, and business papers of P. Dean 
Warner and bis adopted son, Fred M Warner. Includes a 
cash account book (1881-95) of P. Dean Warner; a voL 
recording customers of Warner's cheese business; and four 
vols, of scrapbooks containing newspaper clippings on Fred 
Warner's political activities. 

MS 65-623 
Warthin, Aldred Scott, 1866-1931. 
Papers, 1914-30. 6 ft 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Pathologist at the University of Michigan. Correspond- 
ence, chiefly with physicians; articles; and other material 
relating to the University of Michigan Medical School and 
medical practice in general 



MS 65-624 
Washtenaw Gfc, Mich. 

Records, 1827-1942. 12 ft. and 79 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Census records, Civil War records, and items relating to 
World War n; records of the county infirmary (1848- 
1942) ; poll lists (1837-44) ; various property and tax rec- 
ords (1839-68) ; county fair records (1871-89) ; and miscel- 
laneous papers. 



MS 65-625 
Watkins, Lydia Harbaugh Lewis, 1819-1909. 

Papers, 1863-65. 69 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence between Mrs. Watkins, a housewife, of 
Blent Co., Mich, and her son, Benton W. Lewis (b. 1844), 
member of Company C, 8th Michigan Cavalry during the 
Civil War; and a biographical sketch of Mis. Watkins. 
Mrs. Watkins discusses the War and everyday happenings 
around Grass Lake, Mich. Lewis describes bis Army ex- 
periences and mentions viewing the remains of President 
Lincoln. 

The Civil War letters are described in Michigan men in 
the Civil War,' by Ida C. Brown (Michigan Historical Col- 
lections, Bulletin no. 9, Jan. 1959) p. 23. 

Gift of Mrs. Evelyn Stickley, 1950. 



MS 65-626 
Watson, Edward Michael, 1840-1906. 

Papers, 1858-1902. ca. 200 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions, 

U. S. Army officer and merchant, of Marquette, Mich. 
Chiefly Civil War letters from Watson to his family de- 
scribing in detail Army life and training, and the various 
engagements in which he participated as a member of the 
1st and 9th Michigan Cavalry; correspondence concerning 
the Watson family genealogy; and mss. of writings relating 
to Watson's experiences in the Lake Superior region. 

The Civil War letters are described in Michigan men in 
the Civil War, by Ida C. Brown (Michigan Historical Col- 
lections, Bulletin no. 9, Jan. 1959) p. SO. 

Gift of Mrs. Frank V. Burrows, 1951. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



. MS65-627 

Watson, James Craig, 1838-1880. 

Papers, 1857-81. ca. 1 ft. and 9 v. 
_ In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of astronomy and director of the Observatory, 
the University of Michigan and University of Wisconsin. 
Correspondence of Watson and his wife, primarily with 
scholars, concerning astronomy and observatories, world 
travel (1874r-75), particularly in China and Egypt, the 
piano exhibit at the 1876 Centennial Exhibition, and the 
invention of the telephone; three diaries (1871-75); three 
vols, of notes; and notes, articles, and miscellaneous stss. of 
writings on Watson's scientific interests. 

Gift of Agnes Alta Waite, 1949. 

„ MS 66-628 

Wattles, John M 

Papers, 1863-93. 68 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence of Wattles and his family of Lapeer, 
Mich., mainly concerning family affairs and business mat- 
ters ; and miscellaneous business papers. 

Gift of Louis C. Cramton, 1957. 

„ MS 65-629 

Wead, Charles Kasson, 1848-1925. 

Papers, 1840-1924. 101 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of physics at the University of Michigan and 
assistant examiner, U. S. Patent Office. Correspondence 
dealing with University of Michigan affairs and scientific 
topics, particularly in physics; and a collection of 37 auto- 
graphs. Correspondents include James B. Angell, Alex- 
ander Graham Bell, Raymond C. Davis, Samuel P. Langley, 
Walter H. Page, and Edward C. Pickering. 

Gift of Eunice Wead, 1951-56. 

_ MS 65-630 

Wedemeyer, William Walter, 1873-1913. 

Papers, 1890-1913. 2 ft. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Lawyer and U. S. Representative from Michigan. Corre- 
spondence (475 items) relating to Wedemeyer's speeches, his 
appointment as American consul to British Guiana, the 
Chelsea State Savings Bank, and other business matters. 
The bulk of the collection consists of addresses and notes on 
political and patriotic topics, railroad legislation, Abraham 
Lincoln, Central and South American affairs, and nominat- 
ing speeches for Frank P. Glazier, Edward D. Kinne, and 
Fred M Warner for various offices. 

Gift of the Wedemeyer family, 1941. 

m MS65-331 

Weissert, Charles Adams, 1878-1947. 

Papers, 1845-1947, ca. 2 ft. and 4 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Journalist, of Kalamazoo, Mich. Correspondence (1893- 
1947) ; legal and business papers; speeches, notes, and writ- 
mgs mostly on Michigan history; two scrapbooks of news- 
paper clippings on local history in southwestern Michigan; 
a vol. of obituary items on Barry Co., Mich, residents; and 
a vol. of general accounts and justice-of-the-peace records 
(1845-58). Correspondents include Joseph Bailly, Clarence 
M Burton, Gurdon S. Hubbard, Chase S. Osborn, Albert 
E. Sleeper, and George Van Pelt. 

Gift of Mrs. Weissert and Mrs. Margaret Plainer, 1948. 



72 



__ MS65-682 

Weissert, John, 1828-1883. 

Correspondence, 1861-65. 291 items. 
In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

260 letters from Weissert to his wife and son, while he was 
serving as artificer in Company C, Michigan Engineers and 
Mechanics, in Kentucky and Tennessee, and with Sherman's 
Army on the march to Atlanta, Ga^ and back to North Caro- 
lina; and 31 letters (1861-62) to Weissert and his family 
■from John M Bessmer, while he was serving in Company 
F, 8th Michigan Infantry. The letters are in German and 
have been translated. 

Described in Michigan men in the Civil War, by Ida C. 
Brown (Michigan Historical Collections, Bulletin no. 9, 
Jan. 1959) p. 12 and 30. 
Gift of Mrs. Charles A. Weissert, 1958. 



MS 65-633 
Welch family. 

Correspondence, 1864-1944. 1ft. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Chiefly family correspondence concerning everyday hap- 
penings and family affairs. Primarily letters to Mrs. Eldred 
ST. (Lulu) Welch from Mrs. Fred (Florence) Meno, of Port 
Huron, Mich, and Detroit, and from relatives in other parts 
of Michigan. 



„ MS 65-634 

Wells, Benjamin Franklin, 1835-1925. 

Correspondence, 1861-69. ca. 125- items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Transcripts (typewritten) of originals owned by Carlton 
B. Wells. 

Correspondence mainly between Wells and his wife, Me- 
lissa Wells of Fabius, Mich. Includes 32 letters (1861- 
64) from Wells to his wife while he was serving in Com- 
pany A, 11th Michigan Infantry in the Civil War. The let- 
ters deal with everyday happenings in Fabius, personal 
reflections, and Wells' military activities. 

The Civil War letters are described in Michigan men in 
the Civil War, by Ida C. Brown (Michigan Historical Col- 
lections, Bulletin no. 9, Jan. 1959) p. 30-31. 

Gift of Carlton B. Wells, 1955. 



MS65-635 
Wells, Carlton Frank, 1898- 

Papers, 1940-41. 150 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of English at the University of Michigan. Cor- 
respondence and other material relating to a petition circu- 
lated among the University of Michigan and Wayne State 
University faculties urging total war against Germany 

Gift of Mr. Wells, 1962. 

MS 65-686 
Wenley, Robert Mark, 1861-1929. 

Papers, 1879-1929. 7 ft and 39 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of philosophy at Glasgow University and the 
University of Michigan. Correspondence, principally deal- 
ing with Wenley 's scholarly interests in philosophy and the 
University of Michigan; 3 diaries (189&-1927) of Wenley's 
travels in Europe and activities at the University of Michi- 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



Wenley, Robert Marie, 1861-1929. Papers, 1879-1929. 

(Continued) 

gan; 21 vols, of notebooks on philosophical subjects; and 
5 notebooks of Kate Gibson Wenley. Correspondents in- 
clude George P. Adams, James B. Angell, James R. Angell, 
James M. Baldwin, Frederic H. Britton, Marion L Burton, 
Nicholas M. Butler, Edward Caird, W. S. Chang, John 
Dewey, James Donaldson, Robert A Duff, Robert Flint, 
Alexander C. Fraser, Robert L Frost, Michael J. Gallagher, 
Emma Goldman, Harry B. Hutchins, George T. Ladd, Oscar 
Levi, Alfred H. Lloyd, David Masson, Henry L. Mepck«n, 
J. Clark Murray, Chase S. Osborn, George J. Romanes, 
Bertram! Russell, Marten Ten Hoor, and Charles B. 
Vibbert. 



MS65-637 
Wesleyan Methodist Connection (or Church) of America. 

Conferences. Michigan. 

Records, 1852-1942. 9 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Minutes, financial records, membership statistics, biog- 
raphies of ministers of the yearly conferences; minutes and 
constitution of the Association for Ministerial Improvement 
of the Michigan Conference (1871-1917) ; minutes of the 
Leoni 'Wesleyan Church (1867-60) ; and minutes and mem- 
bership rolls (1891-1906) of the Wesleyan Methodist Church 
at Alton, Mich. 



MS 65-638 
Wheeler, Clara Marian, 1861-1946. 

Papers, 1874-1945. ca. 6 ft. and 7 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Educator j of Grand Rapids, Mich. Correspondence; re- 
ports; notes: lectures; four miscellaneous notebooks; two 
combination notebooks and scrapbooks on general topics 
and Grand Rapids; and an autograph book. The papers 
relate to personal affairs, kindergarten education, parent- 
teacher associations, and public school education in general. 

Gift of Mrs. C J. Olsen, 1946. 



MS65-639 
Wheeler, Frank WiDis, 1853-1921. 

Papers, 1888-1917. ca. 100 items and 1 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Shipbuilder and U. S. Representative from Michigan. 
Letters (1890) from James G. Blaine; newspaper clippings 
and papers largely relating to shipbuilding on the Great 
Lakes; to Wheeler's firm at Bay City, Mich, in particular, 
and to his political career; and a photo, album of Great 
Lakes shipping and the Wheeler home. 

Gift of Mary Wheeler Clark, 1938. 



MS 65-640 
Wheeler, Frederick M 5.1862. 

Papers, 1859-1941. 1 ft. and 21 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

President of the Michigan Forestry Association. Cor- 
respondence, business papers, articles, and 21 vols, of mis- 
cellaneous notebooks. The early papers pertain to the 
Wheeler family and much of the later papers deals with 
family affairs, conservation, the Michigan Forestry Associa- 
tion, and Wheeler genealogy. 

Gift of Mrs. C. J. Olsen, 1946. 



MS65-641 
Wheeler, Lorenzo D 

Papers, 1836-1904. 51 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Legal and business papers of Wheeler and his family of 
Blackmail Township, Jackson Co., Mich. 

Gift of Mabel Wheeler, 1952. 

MS 65-642 
White, Albert Easton, 1884-1956. 
Papers, 1939-61. 75 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Director of the University of Michigan Engineering Re- 
search Institute. Congratulatory letters on White's retire- 
ment, a radio speech, and other miscellaneous items. 
Gift of Mrs. White, 1960-62. 

MS 65-643 
White, Enoch J 1814-1878. 

Papers, 1836-77. ca. 450 items and 2 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Merchant, civil engineer, and banker, of Lapeer, Mich. 
Correspondence and business papers. Many of the papers 
deal with real estate transactions in Michigan. Includes 
two vols, of personal and general store accounts. 

Gift of Louis C. Cramton. 



MS 65-644 
White, Peter, 1830-1908. 

Papers, 1849-1915. 23 ft. and 74 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Businessman, of Marquette, Mich., State legislator, and 
regent of the University of Michigan. Correspondence, legal 
documents, 45 vols, of bound records, and miscellaneous busi- 
ness papers. Includes 29 letter press books, personal family 
letters; political correspondence (1876-96) relating to the 
Democratic Party in Michigan, especially in the Northern 
Peninsula, the State Legislature, and State and national 
elections ; and correspondence after 1900 relating to the Uni- 
versity of Michigan. The chief subject of the papers is 
White's business interests, including Northern Michigan 
iron, insurance, banking, and general investments. Corre- 
spondents include Henry C. Adams, James B. Angell, Henry 
P. Baldwin, Levi L Barbour, Orlando M Barnes, Henry B. 
Brown, Donald M. Dickinson, Jacob M. Dickinson, Claudius 
B. Grant, Robert Graveraet, Hugh H. Hanna, Marcus A 
Hanna, Charles T. Harvey, Charles D. Lawton, Horace H. 
Lurton, Andrew C. McLaughlin, James McMillan, William 
G. Mather, Chase S. Osborn, Hazen S. Pingree, Henry F. 
Severens, Samuel W. Smith, Henry T. Thurber, Fred M 
Warner, Ralph D. Williams, and Edwin B. Winans. 

MS65-645- 
Whitney, Allen Sisson, 1857-1944 

Papers, 1885-1939. 156 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Dean of the University of Michigan. Correspondence, 
MSB. of writings and addresses, and school records. Includes 
148 letters dealing largely with Whitney's work in the Uni- 
versity of Michigan School of Education. Correspondents 
include James B. Angell, James R. Angell, Marion L Bur- 
ton, Harry B. Hutchins, Clarence C. Little, and Eugene C. 
Warriner. 

Gift of Mrs. Whitney, 1944. 



73 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



™. MS65-646 

Wnittemore, Gideon Ofin, 1800-1863. 

Papery 1817-1938. 3 ft 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Business and personal correspondence of Whittemore, his 
wife, their son, James Olin Whittemore, and other members 
of the Wnittemore, Mack, and Abram Mathews families; 
business and legal records; sermons; and miscellaneous 
papers. The papers relate to family matters, Tawas City, 
Mich, (founded by the Whittemore family), lumbering, the 
journey of the Mormons across the United States and settle- 
ment in Salt Lake City, Utah, the University of Michigan 
and its branches, and Whittemore genealogy. Correspond- 
ents include James Coonent, Henry Hatch, Rufus Hatch, De 
Witt C Leach, John M Mack, Stephen Mack, Temperance 
Mack, Stevens T. Mason, Abram B. Mathews, Harriet F. 
Mathews, Ira Mayhew, Gilbert Morgan, Zina Pitcher, Hy- 
™ m _, Slni gi' Eowland E. Trowbridge, Charles W. Whipple, 
Charles H Whittemore, George Whittemore, W. Frank 
Whittemore, William B. Whittemore, and Moses Wisner. 

Gift of Harlow O: Whittemore, 1958. 



„. ^ „ MS65-647 

Wiest, Howard M 1864-1945. 

Papers, ca. 1912-19. 13 items and 26 v. 
In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Michigan Supreme Court justice. Addresses, articles, 
and notes on legal, fraternal (Elks), and religious topics. 
Gift of Mrs. Wiest, 1946. 



nr. n , * MS 65-648 

Wilgus, Horace Lafayette, 1859-I93. r >. 

Papers. 1879-1935. ca. 5 ft and 3 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of law at the University of Michigan. Corre- 
spondence dealing with Ann Arbor, Mich., local organiza- 
tions j£. d groups, University of Michigan affairs (particu- 
larly Wilgus' scholarly interests in law, especially trusts and 
corporation law), the Law School, publications, Ohio State 
University, social reform and political movements, including 
the Michigan Anti-Saloon League, the antitrust movement, 
and the 1912 Progressive Party ; speeches, clippings, mss. of 
books and articles, lecture notes, and other papers. Corre- 
spondents include Charles F. Adams, James B. Ames, James 

B. Angell, Newton D. Baker, Thomas A Bogle, William E. 
Borah, John W. Bradshaw, William Jennings Bryan, 
Lyman E. Cooley, Raymond C. Davis, Amasa M Eaton, 
Abraham Flexner, James R, Garfield, J. Mills Gelston, 
Henry George, Joseph L Hudson, Harry B. Hutchins, 
Charles F. Kent, Walter S. Logan, Floyd R. Mechem, Earl 

C. Michener, Eliza M. Mosher, Chase S. Osborn, Carl S. 
Patton, William W. Potter, Wilfred B. Shaw, Henry Tat- 
lock, and William W. Wedemeyer. 

Gift of Mrs. Stanley D. Dodge, 1940-60. 



«™. MS 65-649 

Williams, Edward, of Detroit. 

Papers, 1838-78. ca. 50 items. 
_ In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Deeds, miscellaneous receipts, and other business papers 
relating to the purchase and sale of land by Williams. 
Gift of Clare E. Millim^ 1952. 



74 



MS 65-650 
Williams, Gerhard Mennen, 1911- 

Papers, 1911-63. 850 ft and 27 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Governor of Michigan (1949-60) and U S. Under Sec- 
retary of State for African Affairs. Correspondence, 
speeches, reports, memoranda, and notes dealing with the 
Democratic Party, State and national politics, the elections 
of 1948 through 1960, all of the operations of the State 
government of Michigan, trips through the U. S. and abroad, 
and personal and family matters of Williams and his wife, 
Nancy Lace (Quirk) Williams; and 27 vols, of scrapbooks 
of newspaper clippings and other material 
_ Complete index to correspondents in the repository. Par- 
tial list of correspondents in the Guide to manuscripts in the 
Michigan Historical Collections of the University of Michi- 
gan (1963) p. 170-173. 

Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Williams, 1960-61. 

«r.„. , MS 65-651 

Williams, Jeremiah D 6. 1815. 

Papers, 1808-1904. 70 items and 16 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Michigan State legislator. Correspondence, primarily be- 
tween Williams and his wife while he was a member of the 
State Legislature in 1855; diaries (1841-42 and 1878-96) of 
Williams citine family activities, events at the University 
of Michigan, and a trip from Michigan to Washington, 
D. C. in 1842; legal and business papers; school papers; 
reminiscences; obituaries; and a ms. of the history of Web- 
ster Township, Mich. 

Gift of T. Hawley Tapping and Mrs. Viola Blair. 

„. MS 65-652 

Williams, John R 1782-1854. 

Papers, 1799-1816. 99 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Contractor's agent to U. S. troops. Correspondence deal- 
ing with supplying U. S. troops from Wilkinsonville on the 
Ohio River, including a letter (1816) to Governor Lewis 
Cass, concerning a bill for printing the territorial laws of 
Michigan; and reports, inventories, receipts, and other 
papers relating to Williams' supply work. Correspondents 
include Col. John F. Hamtramck, Oliver Ormsby, Col. Da- 
■*vid Strong, and William Wusthoff. 

MS 65-653 
Willson, James Caldwell, 1833-1912. 

Papers, 1863-1912 and 1939. 6 items and 43 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Physician, of Flint, Mich. Diaries commenting briefly 
on Willson's daily schedule, his medical practice, Civil War 
service, trips in tha United States and in Europe; records 
of Willson's medical practice; one letter (1939) about Will- 
son ; and five addresses by Willson. 

Gift of Mrs. Jay C. Thompson, 1950. 

MS 65-654 
WinehelL, Alexander, 1824-1891. 

Papers, 1837-91. ca. 9 ft. and 188 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of geology, zoology, and botany at Syracuse 
University, Vanderbilt University, and the University of 
Michigan and chancellor of Syracuse University. Corre- 
spondence of Winchell, members of his family, friends, col- 
leagues, and universities concerning Winchell's scholarly in- 
terests in the natural sciences, family affairs, personal busi- 
ness ventures, the University of Michigan, and other institu- 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



Papers, 1837-91. 



WincheD, Alexander, 1824-1891. 
(Continued) 

tions where he taught; 41 diaries (1846-91) ; notebooks of 
Winchell's trips with expense accounts; personal and busi- 
ness account books; addresses, editorials, scientific reports, 
lecture and other notes; and articles and essays on philoso- 
phical, religious, educational, and scientific subjects, includ- 
ing astronomy, biology, chemistry, geology, mathematics, 
and paleontology. Correspondents include Louis A^gri?, 
Spencer F. Baird, Amos Binney, William G. Binney, Austin 
Blair, James R Boise, Datus C. Brooks, Lewis Cass, George 
B. Catlin, Isaac P. Christiancy, Davis W. Clark, Thomas M. 
Copley, Joseph <3ummings, James D. Dana, "William Darl- 
ington, Silas H. Douglas, George Engelman, John Farmer, 
Louis Fasquelle, Corydon La Ford, Henry S. Frieze, James 
A. Garfield, Augustus A. Gould, Asa Gray, James Hall, 
Erastus O. Haven, Gilbert Haven, Ferdinand V. Hayden, 
Eugene W. Hilgard, Nathaniel Holmes, John L. Le Conte, 
Joseph Le Conte, Joseph Leidy, Sir William E. Logan, Sir 
Charles Lyell, George G. Meade, Fielding B. Meek, Thomas 
Nuttall, Alonzo B. Palmer, John G. Park, William B. 
Rogers, Abram Sager, Thomas Say, Benjamin Silliman, 
Sr., Benjamin Silliman, Jr., George C. Swallow, Henry P. 
Tappan, John Torrey, Charles C. Trowbridge, Luther S. 
Trowbridge, Stephen M VaiL Andrew D. White, Charles 
A. White, Joseph D. Whitney, Moses Wisner, and DeVolson 
Wood. 

Gift of Alexander N. Winchell and the Minnesota His- 
torical Society. 



MS 65-655 
Wing, Austin Eli, 1792-1849. 

Papers, 1817-1905. 130 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Lawyer, regent of the University of Michigan, and U S. 
Representative from Michigan. Business and family cor- 
respondence of Wing, his wife, his daughter, and other 
relatives; and 4 compositions. Includes 77 letters from 
Wing's granddaughter, Kate E. Mitchell, written from Vas- 
sar College. Some of Wing's letters discuss national poli- 
tics (1826-33) , Congress, and Washington, D. C. 

Gift of Thomas M. Sawyer and Mrs. W. C. Jones, 1938. 



MS 65-656 
Wing, Warner, 1805-1876. 

Papers, 1837-78. 89 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Lawyer, State legislator, and Michigan Supreme Court 
justice. Family correspondence of Wing, his wife, Eliza 
Anderson Wing, their daughter, May Wing, and other rela- 
tives; and two biographical sketches of Wing. Many of the 
letters were written from Detroit and Monroe, Mich., and 
contain references to Wine's activities as a judge. 

Gift of Thomas M Sawyer and Mrs. W. C. Jones, 1940. 



MS65-657 
Wisconsin Land and Lumber Company. 

Records, 1871-1914. 16 ft. and 492 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, ledgers, daybooks, journals, and other 
business records of the H. A. Jewell Company, the William 
Mueller Company, the Fond du Lac division, the Hermans- 
viUe, Mich., division, and the C. J. L. Meyer division of the 
Wisconsin Land and Lumber Company. 

Gift of G Harold Earle. 1947-48. 



MS 65-658 
Wisner, Moses, 1815-1863. 

Papers, 1836-67. 18 items and 5 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

U S. Army officer, lawyer, and Governor of Michigan. 
17 letters (1862) from Wisner to his wife, Angelina Wisner, 
and to his children, while he was serving in Kentucky as a 
colonel in the 22d Michigan Infantry; 3 account books and 
records (1843-62) of law cases of George W. Wisner and 
Moses Wisner; a voL of records (1859-60) of Wisner's office 
expenditures and other accounts while serving as Governor 
of Michigan (1859-60) ; and a voL of Genesee Co., Mich., 
tax records kept by Wisner and accounts of his estate (1836- 
67). 

The Civil War letters are described in Michigan men in 
the Civil War, by Ida C. Brown (Michigan Historical Col- 
lections, Bulletin no. 9, Supplement, Oct 1960) p. 26. 

Gift of Mrs. Florence Wallace, 1935. 



MS 65-659 
Withington, William Herbert, 1835-1903. 

Papers, 1861-1909. 191 items and 39 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

In part, transcripts (typewritten). 

Civil War officer, State legislator, and banker, of Jack- 
son, Mich. Correspondence (1861-63) ; diary (1897) of a 
European trip; 28 personal account books; business papers; 
special orders; notes, including materials (1895-1903) on 
the management of the Withington & Cooley Manufacturing 
Company, makers of rakes, forks, scythe snaths, and other 
items; and miscellaneous material. Includes 10 letters from 
Withington to members of his family during the Civil War; 
64 letters to Withington from Governor Austin Blair (1818- 
1894) and his wife, Sarah L. (Ford) Blair, from friends, 
and from the men of his regiment; and a typed copy of 
Withington's experiences as a war prisoner. Most of the 
papers relate to Withington's Civil War service as colonel 
of the 17th Michigan Infantry, to the Grand Army of the 
Republic, and to a possible appointment to the U. S. Senate 
in 1894. Correspondents include Russell A. Alger, John J. 
Bagley, Benjamin B. Baker, Jonathan Bevier, Julius C. Bur- 
rows, John Jones, Constant Luce, G. Collins Lyon, George 
S. Newman, Delos Phillips, Hazen S. Pingree, Christian 
Rath, John T. Rich, Rowland E. Trowbridge, and John 
Tyler. 

The Civil War letters are described in Michigan men in 
the Civil War, by Ida C. Brown (Michigan Historical Col- 
lections, Bulletin no. 9, Jan. 1959) p. 31. 

Gift of Winthrop Withington, 1951. 



MS65-660 
Wood, Norman Asa, 1857-1943. 

Papers, 1848-1957. ca. 150 items and 5 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Curator of birds at the University of Michigan Museum. 
Correspondence and other papers of Wood and his family, 
of Lodi Township and Ami Arbor, Mich. Includes six let- 
ters from Alexander G. Ruthven; genealogical material of 
the Wood and Phelps families; material concerning the Uni- 
versity Museum ; scrapbooks containing obituaries, news of 
the Wood family, items on sheep breeding in Washtenaw 
Co., Mich., and ornithological affairs; and a voL of flock 
records of Wood's merino sheep. 

Gift of Mrs. Peter Kivi, 1958. 



75 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



„ MS 65-661 

Woodruff, David Oliphant 

Papers, 1837-83. 1 ft. and 2 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence of Woodruff and of the Woodruff and 
Hurd families of Niles, Mich, concerning family affairs, 
events in Niles, the California gold rush, politics, and the 
Civil War service of Woodruff's son, Charles Woodruff in 
the 25th Michigan Infantry ; and two diaries (Aug. 14, 1862- 
Oct 28, 1863 and Sept 26, 1864-April 18, 1865) kept by 
Charles. Includes 64 letters from Charles to his parents giv- 
ing detailed accounts of camp life and duties. Correspond- 
ents include Charles Duncombe, Aaron P. Hammond, Wil- 
liam Hurd, Thomas O'Callaghan, Clarissa Hurd Woodruff, 
Edgar Woodruff, John Woodruff, and Mary Ann Woodruff. 
The Civil War papers are described in Michigan men in 
the Civil War, by Ida C. Brown (Michigan Historical Col- 
lections, Bulletin no. 9, Jan. 1959) p. 32. 
Gift of Jeanne Griffin, 1958. 

MS65-662 
Worcester, Dean Conant, 1866-1924. 
Papers, 1900-24. 3 ft. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of zoology at the University of Michigan, and 
Government official and business executive in the Philippine 
Islands. Correspondence, newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, 
and pictures dealing with Worcester's activities in the 
Philippines as a member of the U. S. Philippine Commis- 
sion, Philippine secretary of the interior, assistant to the 
president of the Philippine Refining Company, vice presi- 
dent and general manager of the Agusan Cocoanut Company 
and president of the Philippine Desiccated Cocoanut Com- 
pany, and publications concerning the Islands. Correspond- 
ents include William H. Taft and Leonard Wood. 

Gift of Mrs. Kenneth B. Day, 1957. 



„, . . MS65-663 

Wnght, Allen G teacher and farmer. 

Papers, 1845-91. 425 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence of Wright, a farmer and teacher in Vir- 
ginia, Illinois, and Marshall, Mich., with his wife, his various 
brothers and sisters and other relatives, and with his pupils, 
friends, and business acquaintances; and miscellaneous 
papers, including tax receipts and school papers. Most of 
the letters are about prices of farm commodities and farm 
land, the weather, crop conditions, and family affairs. A 
few relate to politics and the Civil War. Correspondents 
include Edwin B. Wright, Enoch Wright, Grove Wright, 
Harriette E. Wright, Julia Ann Wright, Mary Wright, 
Myron W. Wright, and Simeon Wright 
Gift of Herbert Wright, 1938. 



„ MS65-664 

Wnght family. 

Papers, 1829-1939. 3 ft. and 7 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Chiefly personal correspondence of Fannie E. (Pettibone) 
Wright with her husband, Philo Elizar Wright (1828-1879) , 
captain of the lake vessel Neptune, with her daughters, 
Evelyn Wright, Maude Wright Virginia Wright her son, 
Philo Sherman Wright her brother, Sherman Pettibone, and 
other members of the family, primarily concerning family 
affairs and genealogy of the Wright and Pettibone families; 



57 vols, of diaries (1863-1925) of Fannie E. Wright record- 
ing family news, social events, and home activities in De- 
troit; family business papers, including a book of bills 
(1864-65) of Philo E. Wright; account books of the Sher- 
man Pettibone farm of Tallmadge, Ohio; .and Philo S. 
Wright's account books (1893-1913). Correspondents 
include William W. Collier and Samuel B. Pettibone. 
Acquired, -1958. 



MS 65-665 
Wykes, Roger Irving, 1874- 

Papers, 1905-42. 3 ft 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Attorney general of Michigan. Correspondence (1907-08) 
on Wykes' campaign and activities in the Michigan Con- 
stitutional Convention ; briefs and other legal papers relat- 
ing to the Duluth, South Shore, and Atlantic Railroad case 
and the Grand Rapids Gas Company ease; and scrapbooks 
(1907-20) on the Constitutional Convention and Michigan 
politics. Correspondents include Charles A. Blair, Chase S. 
Osborn, and Arthur H Vandenberg. 

Gift of Frederic K. Wykes, 1958. 



MS 65-666 
Young, Leigh Jarvis, 1883-1960. 

Papers, 1908-60. 250 items and 6 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of forestry at the University of Michigan, direc- 
tor of the Michigan Dept of Conservation, and mayor of 
Ann Arbor, Mich. Correspondence and other papers dealing 
with Young's work at the University of Michigan, in the 
Dept of Conservation, and as mayor of Ann Arbor. In- 
cludes six vols, of student notebooks on University courses 
in botany, economics, geology, psychology, forest engineer- 
ing, entomology, and dendrology. Correspondents include 
William B. Mershon, Chase S. Osborn, and Gifford Pinchot 

Gift of Mrs. Young, 1961. 



_ MS 65-667 

Young Men's Christian Associations. Ann Arbor, Mich. 
Records of the Young Men's and Young Women's Chris- 
tian Associations, 1895-1955. 200 items and 25 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Scrapbooks, financial records, minutes of the Y. M C. A., 
its Auxiliary, and the Y. W. C. A., miscellaneous records, 
correspondence, clippings, and reports. 



MS 65-668 
Ypsflanti, Mich. First Methodist Episcopal Church. 

Records, 1831-1960. ca. 250 items and 73 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Minutes (1847-1909) of the Quarterly Conference; mem- 
bership rolls (1858-1922) ; financial records (1864-67, 1939) ; 
minutes (1865-1911) of the Board of Trustees; bound and 
unbound minutes (1831-34, 1903-20, 1945-54) of the Official 
Board; women's societies records and miscellaneous papers 
(1864-1960) ; church programs (1935-38) ; King's Guards 
records (1922-24) ; a scrapbook of clippings on the history 
of the church; historical pageants; historical sketches; sub- 
scription list (1836); pew assignments; and bulletins. 



76 



The National Union -Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 65-469 
Ypsflanti, Midi. First Presbyterian Church. 

Records, 1830-1950. 100 items and 22 t. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Minutes (1856-1944); membership registers; minutes, 
financial records, annual reports, a constitution, and other 
papers of the women's societies; minutes (1906-43) of the 
trustees; minutes (1830-46) of the First Congregational 
Society, the forerunner of this church; miscellaneous busi- 
ness papers; historical notes; and a record of church trials. 



MS 65-670 
Ziegler, Charles M 1888-1959. 

Papers, 1929-59. ca. 250 items and 7 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Michigan State highway commissioner. Correspondence, 
personal accounts, speeches, seven vols, of scrapbooks, clip- 
pings, miscellaneous papers, and memorabilia dealing with 
Ziegler's engineering and highway career, and his political 
activities. Correspondents include Frederick Y. Bradley, 
Wilber M Brucker, and Earl C. Michener. 

Gift of Mrs. Ziegler, 1959-62. 



MS65-671 
Kraze, William Frederick, 1873-1962. 

Papers, 1865-1962. ca.6ft 

In Minnesota Historical Society collections. 

Teacher, Minnesota State legislator, and mayor of Min- 
neapolis. 26 scrapbooks together with correspondence (1943- 
44) relating to Kunze's work on the War Finance Commit- 
tee, teacher's contracts, newspaper clippings, and other 
papers. The scrapbooks document Kunze's career as teacher 
and administrator (1890-1910), member (1910-12) of the 
Minnesota State Legislature, chairman (1911-29) of the 
Minneapolis Welfare Board, organizer (1916) of the Ex- 
change State Bank of Minneapolis, and mayor of Minneap- 
olis (1929-31). Includes information on the Minneapolis 
City Charter and the Minneapolis Library Board of which 
he was a member. 

Unpublished inventory available in the repository. 

Gift of Mrs. Carl H: Mattson. 



MS 65-672 
Lindbergh family. 

Papers, 1808-1960. ca. 10 ft. ( ca. 6500 items) 
In Minnesota Historical Society collections. 
Correspondence, reminiscences, biographical information, 
printed invitations, programs, certificates, and membership 
cards (1883-1925) relating to the Lindbergh family; tran- 
scripts of speeches and articles and political literature and 
campaign brochures of Charles Augustus Lindbergh (1858- 
1924), lawyer and U. S. Representative from Minnesota; 
and other papers. The correspondence (1893-1924) relates 
mainly to the political activities of Charles A. Lindbergh, 
Sr.j and includes references to reciprocal trade, the liquor 
problem among the Indians in northern Minnesota, Lind- 
bergh's probe {1912) of the "money trust." the struggle in 
the Republican Party between the Roosevelt and La Follette 
forces (with correspondence from Gifford Pinchot and 
Theodore Roosevelt on this problem), Lindbergh's views on 
the American entry into World War i, his campaign for 
Governor (1916) against J. A. A. Burnquist, and his at- 
tempts (1917-24) to publish his writings and a progressive 
political newspaper. Papers of Charles Augustus Lind- 



bergh7~JT7-(-b„l902) include newspaper clippings (1925-41) 
relating mainly to his aviation career and his flight to Taxis, 
with a few items (1939-41) relating to his opposition to 
America's entry into World War n. 

Unpublished inventory available in the repository. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
repository. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Gift of Charles A Iindbergh, Jr., and Mrs. Eva (Lind- 
bergh) Christie West, 1932-63. 



MS 65-673 
Rose Brothers Far Company. 

Records, 1855-1955. 77 ft. (ca. 75,000 items) 

In Minnesota Historical Society collections. 

Correspondence, daybooks, ledgers, journals, trial bal- 
ances, annual statements, minutes, cost books, codebooks, 
auction catalogs, fur assortment books, fur shipment books, 
articles of incorporation, bylaws, agreements, contracts, and 
other papers relating to the Rose Brothers Fur Company 
and the firms which preceded it: J. Ullmann & Co., Joseph 
Ullmann, inc., Albert N. Rose & Bros., inc., and the Albert 
N. Rose & Bros. Trading Corporation. The papers describe 
the early years of the firm in St. Paul, Minn., buying and 
selling raw fur, and the expansion of its activities after 1866 
to Chicago, New York, Edmonton, Can., London, Paris, 
Leipzig, Shanghai, and Sydney, Australia. Names repre- 
sented include Isador Rose and Joseph Ullmann, who 
founded the business, Isador Rose's sons, Albert Napoleon, 
Isaac Edgar, and Nathan Simon Rose, and Nathan Simon 
Rose's son, Harold Herman Rose, and the B. W. Harris 
Manufacturing Company of St. Paul with which the Roses 
transacted business (1929-33). 

Unpublished inventory available in the repository. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
repository. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Gift of Harold H. Rose and Karl Rose, 1956. 



MS 65-674 
Wefald, Knnd, 1869-1936. 

Papers, 1817-1936. ca. 19 ft. (ca. 30,000 items) 

In Minnesota Historical Society collections. 

State legislator and U. S. Representative from Minnesota. 
Correspondence, an incomplete diary (1913-32), legislative 
files, speeches, articles, reports, minutes of meetings, note- 
books containing poems and other .mss. in Norwegian, scrap- 
books (1907-28) containing clippings on political matters, 
memorandum books, clippings, and other papers. Includes 
material on Wefald's campaigns and work in the Minnesota 
Legislature and the U. S. House of Representatives, the 
Minnesota Railroad and Warehouse Commission of which 
he was a member, the Republican, Democratic, and Farmer- 
Labor Parties, the Nonpartisan League, immigration poli- 
cies, Norwegian history, the improvement of Minnesota 
rivers, the Chippewa Indians in Minnesota, farm legislation, 
and the following individuals: Lynn J. Frazier, Magnus 
Johnson, Robert M. La Follette, Sr. (1855-1925), William 
Lemke, Kiiute Nelson, Floyd B. Olson, Thomas D. Schall, 
Henrik Shipstead, Arthur C. Townley, and Burton K. 
Wheeler. 

Unpublished inventory available in the repository. 

Gifts of Magnus Wefald, 1961, and Olav Wefald, 1964. 



77 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



Callaway, James, 1783-1815. MS 65-675 

Malier collection, 1792-1859. ca. 125 items, 
lii Missouri Historical Society collections (St. Louis) 
Fur trader, Indian fighter, Army officer, and deputy 
sheriff and tax collector in St Charles District of Missouri. 
Correspondence; journal (1814) of Callaway's trip with 430 
militia and rangers under Maj. Zachary Taylor from Cap 
an Gns, Mo., to the Bock River; biographical material; 
mihtary rosters; tax lists and items concerning Callaway's 
wife, Nancy (Howell) Callaway, and her efforts to collect a 
pension as a war widow; papers (1816-18) relating to the 
efforts of John B. Callaway and Newton Howell, adminis- 
trators of James Callaway's estate to settle a note of $400 
between Callaway -and Gen. Benjamin Howard. Includes 
letters (1813-15) from Callaway to his wife while in action 
against the Indians. 
(^iJ" 11 Historical Society collections, v. 5 

Gm^fjin^^' 7 riBte avaikble m **• "Pottery. 

« ,_ _._ » . MS 65-676 

Dougherty, John, 1791-1860. 

Papers, 1823-1917. ca. 600 items. 
la Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 
Army officer, Indian agent, political leader, and a mem- 
ber of Ma]. Stephen H Long's expedition, 1819-20 Cor- 
respondence, mainly concerning sutling at Fort Kearny, 
tfeb., and Government transportation of freight between 

5. ,^J? y and Fort L "™ni»> Wyo^in the 1840's and the 
early 1850>s; two diaries (1869-79) of Dougherty's nephew, 
Dr William Wallace Dougherty, of Liberty, Mo.; and a 
medical account book (1851-67). Correspondents include 
Robert Campbell; Lewis Bissell Dougherty, son of John 
Dougherty; William W. Dougherty; A. F. Heed; Mai. 
Charles F. Ruff; CoL Thomas Swords; and Henry S 
Turner. ' 

Gift 

Dulany, William Henry, 1818-™ 1913 MS 65 ^ 77 

Papers, 1844-1914. ca. 50 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 

Pioneer tobacco manufacturer, businessman, and philan- 
thropist^ of Missouri Chiefly personal correspondence be- 
tween Dulany and his wife, Susan Isabelle (Van Zandt) 
Dulany Includes letters (1850-51) relating to his overland 
journey to and his experiences in California; and news clip- 
pings of the dedication of the Dulany Memorial Library 
in Pans, Mo., given by Dulany's children. 

Gift 

w,j= t x. 1. MS 65-678 

Bads, James Buchanan, 1820-1887. 

Papers, 1776-193L ca. 200 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St. Louis) 

In part, contemporary transcripts (handwritten). 

Civil engineer, inventor, boat and bridge builder, and 
glass manufacturer, of St Louis, Mo. Correspondence and 
papers concerning Eads' interest in the Mississippi River, 
and tiie Eads Bridge at St. Louis; genealogical data; a 
scrapbook (1881) ; and newspaper clippings of Eads' visit 
to Mexico. Correspondents include Barton Bates, Edward 
Bates, Onward Bates, Frank Preston Blair, Montgomery 
Blair, Henry Taylor Blow, Braxton Bragg, David Glasgow 
Farragut, Thomas W. Ferry, Henry Flad, Andrew Hull 
Foote GustavusVasa Fox, John Charles Fremont, Baron 
Gerolt, Henry W. Halleck, James F. Howe. Nathaniel Lyon, 
WiUiam M McPherson, Montgomery C. Meigs, Whitelaw 
Reid Carl Schurz, William T. Sherman, William H Shock, 
David S. Stanley, Roger N. Stembel. and Gideon Welles 
Gifts. 



Easton, Rufus, 1774-1834. MS ^^ 

Pap?rs, 1796-1SS4. ca. 160 items and 3 r. 
In Missouri Historical Society collections (St. Louis) 
Lawyer; judge; postmaster of St. Louis, Mo.; delegate 
to the IT. S. Congress from the Missouri Territory; and 
Missouri State attorney general. Business, political, and 
personal correspondence containing much information about 
Missouri; biographical material; and three law books con- 
cerning the Federal system, contracts, settlements, and his- 
tory of law m Connecticut courts (1793) ; municipal law 
(1794) ; and real property, tenants, wills, fraud, and new 
trials (1795). Correspondents include Moses Austin, David 
Barton, Aaron Burr, Daniel G. Bissell, John C. Calhoun, 
Henry Clay, Alton R. Easton. Henry S. Geyer, Gideon 
Granger, Ulysses S. Grant, Thomas Jefferson, Charles 
Lucas, James Madison, James Monroe, William Russell, 
William T. Sherman, and John Smith T ("T" for Ten- 



Gift. 



Eaton, Luden, 1831-1890. MS 65-680 

Papers, 1855-87. 49 v. and 3 boxes. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 

Lawyer and register in bankruptcy f or the Eastern Dis- 
tort of Missouri. Personal correspondence containing in- 
formation about family, friends, theatrical performances, 
sermons, and court cases; 44 letter books (1858-87) relating 
to Eaton's law practice; diaries (1858-62) while he was liv- 
ing in Iowa, Massachusetts, and St. Louis, Mo. ; legal papers- 
and 5 journals of Eaton's son, George Partridge Eaton, 
while a student in West Newton, Mass., 1878-81. 

Gift 



Eliot, Wffliam Greenleaf, 1811-1887. MS60-68I 

Papers, 1841-1961. ca. 125 items. 
In Missouri Historical Society collections (St. Louis) 
In part, photocopies. 
Unitarian clergyman, of St. Louis, Mo. Correspondence 

% X° o *? ° f J? 49 ' the for mation and activities of 
the Western Sanitary Commission, the Civil War, slaverv 
and Washington University, St. Louis, Mo.; sermons; news 
clippings; and miscellaneous items. Correspondents in- 
clude Barton Bates, Edward Bates, Hudson E. Bridge Sal- 
mon P. Chase, Edward Everett, John C. Fremont, John 
Murray Forbes, Hamilton R. Gamble, Ulysses S. Grant, 
Henry W. Halleck, Winfield Scott Hancock, John B Hen- 
derson Ethan A. Hitchcock, Abraham Lincoln, Joseph 
Jones Reynolds, John McAllister Schofield, William T 
bherman, James E. Yeatman, and Charles Zagonyi. 
Gift. 



Elliott, Newton G 1812-1877? MS 65-682 

Papers, 1834-1909. ca. 600 items. 
In Missouri Historical Society collections (St. Louis) 
Justice of the peace, sheriff of Howard Co., Mo., and State 
legislator Correspondence relating to the mule, horse, and 
cattie trade, Santa Fe, N. M., Pike's Peak, and California; 
muster rolls from the Mormon War of 1838, in which Elliott 
was commander; slave papers, land deals, and medical and 
merehandise bills; transactions concerning the outfitting of 
banta Fe trade; promissory notes; papers relating to 
Howard County ; 8 small account books containing notes for 
mules purchased, expenditures, deposits, andSScS 
notesrfigures on cattle shipment; and a recipe oto^ 



78 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS66-688 
Emmons family. 

Papers, 1796-1938. ca. 200 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 

Deeds; certificates; petitions; and land and slavery papers 
of Benjamin L. Emmons j, Missouri State legislator, Ben- 
jamin L. Emmons n, and also Benjamin L. Emmons m, 
who engaged in the abstracting business in St Charles, Mo 
and was the local historian. Persons involved in the early 
transactions include Edward Bates, Frederick Bates, 
Charles Dehault Delassus, John C. Edwards, Archibald 
Gamble, Hamilton Gamble, J. Macfcay, William G. Pettua, 
Amos Stoddard, and Zenon Trudeau. 

Gift 

_ . MS65-684 

Evans, August H »«-«« 

Papers, 1830-70. ca. 130 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 

Businessman and realtor, of St Ixrnis, Mo. Chiefly plats, 
deeds, surveys of St Louis; and business correspondence 
between Evans and James Y. Sanger, L. P. Sanger, and 
G. E. Walker, of Ottawa, HL, containing produce market 
prices of the lStCs. Includes a letter (1840) from L. P 
Sanger while in Springfield, m.commenting on an exciting 
meeting of the Illinois Legislature after which "Lincoln 
and several other members, after voting, hoisted the win- 
dows and jumped out and ran." 

Gift 



«. ■• »_ ^ ^ , MS65-685 

Fenian Brotherhood. 

Records, 1866-1921. ca. 70 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St. Louis) 

Chiefly printed circular letters from leaders of the Fenian 
movement in America to the various circles throughout the 
United States and 12 mss. of speeches of John OEeefe on 
the cause of Irish liberty. Writers of the letters include 
James Gibbons, James Keenan, Michael Kerwin, Richard 
McCloud, John O'Neill, and Frank Renehan. 

Gift 



— ,, „ MS 65-686 

Field, Eugene, 1850-1895. 

Papers, 1855-1940. ca. 250 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 
_ Author and journalist. Chiefly proof sheets with nota- 
tions and titles written in by Field, including a few cor- 
rected proof sheets signed by him; correspondence, theater 
programs, newspaper clippings; and a portfolio and notes of 
Field, corresponding secretary of the Missouri Press Asso- 
ciation, 1878, giving a history of Missouri newspapers. 
Correspondents include Wilson Barrett, Samuel L. Clemens, 
Zee James (Mrs. Jesse James), Sol Smith Russell, and 
Francis Wilson. 

Gift. 

rvn „ n MS65-687 

Filley family. 

Papers, 1740-1953. ca. 150 items. 

la Missouri Historical Society collections (St. Louis) 

Chiefly family correspondence of Oliver D. Filley and 
Giles F. Filley with their parents and brothers in Connecti- 
cut relating to early ventures in St. Louis, Mo., in the tin 
and stove manufacturing business of Giles F. Filley's firm, 
the Excelsior Manufacturing Company, makers of the 
"charter Oak" cooking stove ; records pertaining to the affairs 
and public services of Chauncey I. Filley; and genealogical 
data. 

Gift 



„ -MS 65-688 

Flad, Henry, 1827-1898. 

Papers of Henry and Edward Flad, 1846-1940. ca. 300 
items. 
In Missouri Historical Society collections (St. Louis) 
Correspondence, genealogy, and other papers of Henry 
Flad, Army officer, engineer, and inventor, of St Louis, Mo., 
and of his son Edward Flad (1860-1935), engineer, water 
commissioner, and member of the Missouri Public Service 
Commission. Includes material concerning the St Louis 
water works, repeal of prohibition, decisions of the Public 
Service Commission, reorganization of St Louis Public 
Service Company, and work on smoke abatement in St Louis. 
Gift. 



MS65-689 
Franz, Chester, collector. 

Business papers of Kaskaskia, EL, Ste. Genevieve, Mo., 
St Louis, Mo., and Missouri, 1800-1920. ca. 250 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 

Accounts from Kaskaskia, BL; papers and miscellaneous 
accounts of Ste. Genevieve, Mo. ; Indiana and Illinois land 
papers and genealogical data; Civil War papers, muster 
rolls, and correspondence; Missouri and St Louis items, 
business letterheads and cards, receipts, brochures, souvenir 
items, advertisements, and financial statements. 

Information on literaiy rights available in the repository. 

Gift 



__ , MS 66-690 

Par trade papers, 1686-1940. ca. 125 ft 

la Missouri Historical Society collections (St. Louis) 

Fur trade papers (1686-1850), and correspondence, news- 
paper clippings, and other material (1906-40) concerning 
the early fur trade and descendants of the men involved. 
Includes agreements, and correspondence between fur 
traders, explorers, frontier guides, and businessmen relating 
to the Rocky Mountain area, revealing the nature of the fur 
trade activities of the day. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Gift 



Library of Congress 



* 



MS 65-691 
Gale, Daniel B 1816-1874. 

Papers, 1830-1900. ca. 200 items. 
In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 
Businessman and organizer of Greeley & Gale, a whole- 
sale grocery firm in St Louis, Mo. Correspondence, busi- 
ness papers, receipts, and other papers of Gale and his fam- 
ily- 
Gift 



MS 65-692 
Graham family. 

Fordyce collection, 1798-1943. ca. 370 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 

Business and personal correspondence, and legal, military, 
and land papers of the Graham and Frost families. Names 
represented include Richard Graham (1780-1857), Army 
officer in the War of 1812 and Indian agent in St Louis, 
Mo., his daughter Lily (Graham) Frost, and his son-in-law 
Daniel M Frost (1823-1900), U. S. and Confederate Army 
officer and Missouri State senator. 

Gift 



79 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 65-693 
Kochtitzky, Otto, 1855-1935. 

Papers, 1850-1936. 7 ft. and 45 v. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St. Louis) 

Engineer, of southeast Missouri. Correspondence (includ- 
ing 15 letter books), 30 account books, ledgers and journals, 
deeds, contracts, plats, insurance and tax papers, blueprints, 
engineering notes, maps, and newspaper clippings relating 
to Kochtitzky's project of reclaiming 3,000,000 acres of 
swampland in southeast Missouri. 

Gift. 



MS 65-694 
Lucas family. 

Papers, 1754-1954. 9 ft. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St. Louis) 

Personal and business correspondence and other papers of 
John Baptiste Charles Lucas (1758-1842), U. S. Repre- 
sentative from Pennsylvania and U. S. Judge for the North- 
ern District of Louisiana; of his son, James H. Lucas (1800- 
1873), lawyer, banker, and philanthropist, of St Louis, Mo. ; 
and of the other members of the family. Includes accounts, 
deeds, legal papers, land papers, bills, correspondence about 
the papers, and genealogical material of the Lucas and allied 
families. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Gift. 



MS 65-695 
MacEenzie, Kenneth, 1797-1861. 

Papers, 1796-1918. ca. 1500 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St. Louis) 

Fur trader, organizer of the Columbia Fur Company, 
member of the firm of Chouteau & MacKenzie, an associate 
of Pierre Chouteau, Jr. & Company, commission merchant, 
and an investor in lands in Missouri, Illinois, and Minnesota. 
Business, personal, and family correspondence; accounts 
(1842-57) with business firms in St. Louis; legal documents; 
real estate papers (1840-84) of St Louis properties; bills 
of sale (1828-41) for slaves; papers (1849) of a sawmill op- 
eration in St. Louis; contract (1847) for building a wharf 
boat, St. Louis ; steamboat shipping orders ; and bills. Cor- 
respondents include John Jacob Astor, Benjamin F. Baker, 
Pierre Chouteau, Jr., Ramsay Crooks, Alexander Farbault, 
William Laidlaw, D. A. MacKenzie, and H. H Sibley. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Gift 



MS 66-696 
Methodist Church (United States) Conferences. New Eng- 
land. Historical Society. 
Church records, 1790-1963. 45 ft (200 items) 
In New England Methodist Historical Society Library 
(Boston University) 

Records of extinct or amalgamated churches chiefly in 
Massachusetts including Ashburnham, Ayre, Blandford, 
Boston, Brighton, Brookfield, Cambridge, Charlestown, 
Chelsea, Dorchester, East Boston, East Brookfield, Enfield, 
Forest Hills, Heath, HoUiston, Hyde Park, Ipswich, Ja- 
maica Plain, Jefferson, Lawrence, Lowell, Lynn, Mansfield, 
Marblehead, Mendon, Mundale, Monroe, Needham, New- 
buryporfjNorth Brookfield, North Dana, North New Salem, 
North Reading, Norwood, Princeton, Boxbury, Somerville, 
Southampton, South Brookfield, South Royalston, South 
Wellfleet, South Worthington, Topsfield, Ware, West Aga- 
wam, West Pelham, Williamsburg, and Worcester. In- 
cludes records of churches in Eliot, Me. , Bristol and Cran- 
ston, R. I., Salem and Somers, Conn., and Corinth and 



Weston, Vt Also includes the circuit records of Asburn, 
Granville, Mansfield, Marlboro, Needham, Northfield, and 
Weston, Mass., Cooper, Me., Great Barrington, N. Y., and 
Manchester, Conn. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Deposited by local and New England churches, 1880-1964. 



MS 65-697 
Methodist Church (United States) Conferences. Neva Eng- 
land. Historical Society. 

Methodist correspondence, 1787-1940. 737 items. 

In New England Methodist Historical Society Library 
(Boston University) 

Letters to and from Methodist bishops, clergymen, and 
laymen about the Methodist Episcopal Church, classes, mis- 
sions, education, hymnody, societies, publications, and the 
New England Methodist Historical- Society. Includes let- 
ters written from prominent clergymen and laymen of other 
denominations about 19th century social reform. Corre- 
spondents include Bp. Francis Asbury, Osman Oleander 
Baker, Borden Parker Bowne, Bp. Thomas Coke, John 
Dempster, Wilbur Fisk, Bp. Elijah Hedding, Julia (Ward) 
Howe, Epaphras Kibby, Jesse Lee, Enoch Mudge, James 
Mudge, Charles Sumner Nutter, George Pickering, Charles 
Wesley, and John Wesley. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Purchases and deposits. 1880-1964. 



MS 65-698 
Perkins family. 

Papers, 1794-1915. ca. 200 items. 

In University of New Hampshire Library. 

Correspondence and other papers, chiefly 1830-75, of the 
Perkins family, of Unity, N. -H., primarily relating to the 
duties of Amos Perkins, a justice of the peace. 

Gift of Fisk Free Library, Claremont, N. H., 1963. For- 
merly owned by Abbie Perkins. 

MS 65-699 
Claiborne, William Charles Cole, 1775-1817. 

Papers, 1804-14. 122 items. 

In New Orleans Public Library, Louisiana Dept 

Governor of the Territory of Orleans and the State of 
Louisiana. Chiefly Claiborne letters and messages to and 
from the mayor and city council of New Orleans, together 
with city financial reports, itemized bills, petitions to the 
city_ council, and other papers. Letters sent by Claiborne 
are in English ; those received by him are in French. Names 
represented include Beverly Chew, Daniel Clark, Bar- 
thelemy Lafon, Louis Moreau Lislet, James Madison, Ber- 
nard Marigny, James Pitot, Julian Poydras, and James 
Wilkinson. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Deposit. 

MS 65-700 
Laussat, Pierre Clement de, 1756-1835. 

Papers, 1803-04. 68 items. 

In New Orleans Public Library, Louisiana Dept 

28 transcripts (handwritten) of directives in the National 
Archives and the Bibliotheque nationale. 

French colonial prefect in Louisiana. Letters, directives, 
and broadsides of Laussat, the Spanish commissioners, and 
William C. C. Claiborne, relating to the transfer of 
Louisiana from Spain to France on Nov. 30, 1803, and the 
transfer from France to the United States on Dec. 20, 1803- 
All of the papers except a letter by Claiborne are in French. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Deposit 



80 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



c . „ . „„ _, . MS 65-701 

St Maxent, Gilberto Antonio de, d. 1794. 
^Documents concerning the estate and succession of Don 
Gilberto Antonio de St Maxent ca.4ft 

In New Orleans Public Library, Louisiana Dept 

Inventories, a copy of the will and testimony of St Max- 
ent, marriage records, acts of sale, and other papers in 
French and Spanish concerning his estate and heirs 

Information on literary rights available in the library 

Deposit. 

O'Conor, Charles, 1804-1884. MS65-702 

Papers, 1800-75. ca.l2ft 

In New York Law Institute Library. 

Lawyer, of New York City. Legal memoranda, opinions, 
and briefs of O'Conor, together with printed transcripts of 
cases and opponents' briefs relating to O'Conor's wide law 
practice which covered both personal and corporate rela- 
tions. Includes material concerning the Forrest divorce 
case (Catherine N. Forrest vs. Edwin Forrest) ; papers (col- 
lected by O'Conor) of other practicing lawyers, connected 
with cases m which he was involved; eulogies and other 
material relating to O'Conor's death; and an index of the 
opinions and cases. 

Open to investigators under restrictions of the repository. 
Gift of Mr. O'Conor. 

MS 65-703 
SobeL Bernard, 1887-1964. 

Papers, 1920 5 s-64. ca. 250 items. 

In New York Public Library, Theatre Collection. 

Author and theatrical press agent Letters to Sobel from 
his associates in the theater, including actors, producers, 
publicists, and others; and letters relating to Sobel's career 
as a writer on theater subjects, a compiler of "Theatre hand- 
book," and author of "Burleycue," and other plays 

Gift of Mrs. Philip Lee. 

in j o ,. MS 65-704 

Binder, Carroll, 1896-1956. 

Papers, ca. 1910-56. 11,750 items. 

In Newberry Library (Chicago) 

Journalist. Chiefly correspondence, together with condo- 
lences, clippings, photos., and other papers, relating largely 
to Binder's work as the first full-time labor reporter and a 
war correspondent, foreign correspondent, publisher's as- 
sistant, editorial writer, and foreign service editor on the 
Chicago daily news and as editorial editor of the Minneap- 
olis star and the Minneapolis morning and Sunday tribune. 
Correspondents include Binder's wife, Dorothy (Walton) 
Binder, and John Cowles, Clarence Darrow, Hubert EL 
Humphrey, Graham Hutton, John S. Knight, Frank Knox, 
Owen Lattimore, Robert Morss Lovett, Archibald MacLeish, 
Edgar Ansel Mowrer, Paul Scott Mowrer, Hal O'Flaheitv, 
Lessing J. Rosenwald, Adlai E. Stevenson, William Stone- 
man, Clifton Utley, and George Weller. 

Unpublished catalog in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library 

Gift of Mrs. Binder. 

^ » ,.•■_* t MS65-705 

Casey, Robert Joseph, 1890-1962. 

Papers, ca^ 1910-62. 20ft 

In Newberry Library (Chicago) 

Author and journalist Chiefly mss. of Casey's work, to- 
gether with correspondence, diaries, scrapbooks, dust covers, 
and Casey clippings and souvenirs. Some material relates 
to his work for the Chicago daily news as a reporter and a 
war correspondent daring World Wars i and n. 

Unpublished descriptive analysis in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Casey. 



81 



MS 65-706 
Mowrer, Paul Scott, 1887- 

Papers, 1913-64. 269 items. 
In Newberry Library (Chicago) 
_ Journalist Chiefly Mowrer's works, together with letters, 
six diaries, scrapbooks, notes, souvenirs, and clippings by 
and about Mowrer and his works. Some material relates to 
his work as a journalist with the Chicago daily news daring 
the two World Wars. 
Card catalog in the library. 
Gift of Mr. Mowrer. 

™ ~ MS65-707 

Pargellis, Stanley McCrory, 1898- 

Papers, 1942-62. ca. 14,000 items. 

In Newberry Library (Chicago) 

Professor of history and librarian. Official history of the 
Newberry Library while Pargellis was librarian, together 
with papers relating to his professional historical activities. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

MS 65-708 
Wyatt, Edith Franklin, 1873-1958. 

Papers, 1894-1955. 409 items. 

In Newberry Library (Chicago) 

Author. Correspondence, drafts of works, contracts, 
scrapbooks, clippings, and mementos. Includes some letters 
from William Dean Howells, Vaehel Lindsay, Edgar Lee 
Masters, and other authors. 

Catalog in the library's Manuscript division. 

Information on literary rights available in the library 

Gift of Faith Wyatt 

MS65-709 
Pate family. 

Papers. 1815-98. 1588 items. 

In North Carolina State Dept of Archives and History 
collections. 

Correspondence and other papers of the Pate family of 
Northampton Co.. N. C.,and the Jackson family; together 
with some items relating to John Ivey, Hubard Ivey, Nancy 
Iyey, and the children of Boling and Penny Boon. Includes 
bills, receipts, advertisements, poems, promissory notes, 
family and business accounts, legal papers, records of cotton 
liens and shipments and lumber and railroad ties delivered, 
almanacs, newspapers, and other printed matter. The ma- 
terials mainly relate to Burwell Pate (1820-1871) and his 
spn, John Wesley Pate (1847-1896). The younger Pate 
corresponded with commission merchants in Norfolk. Va., 
Petersburg, Va., and Baltimore, Md., and with an agent in 
Portsmouth, Va., and commission merchants in New York 
regarding the cutting and sale of railroad ties. His par- 
ticipation in public school matters in Northampton Co. is 
reflected in his appointment as school committeeman to Dis- 
trict 5, Northampton Co., notices of meetings, disbursement 
of funds, and a list of white and Negro children in School 
District 23, Oconechee Township. 

Gift of Walter Lee Pate, 1959. 

MS 65-710 
Potter, Henry, 1765-1857. 

Papers, 1795-1861. 115 items. 

In North Carolina State Dept of Archives and History 
collections. 

Lawyer and U. S. Judge of the District of North Carolina. 
Correspondence (1795-1821), depositions, deeds, accounts, 
receipts, blueprints, and other papers relating to the chums 
of Potter's father-in-law, James Easton, to lands in Tennes- 
see and Potter's efforts to settle those claims on behalf of his ^ 
wife, Sylvia (Easton) Potter, and their children. 

Gift of John P. Stedman, 1955. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



d t „- . MS 66-711 

Pou, James Hinton, 1861-1935. 

Papers, 1914-20. 206 items. 

In North Carolina State Dept. of Archives and History 
collections. 

Lawyer, of Smithfield and Raleigh, N. C. Correspond- 
ence, speeches, photos^ newspaper clippings, pamphlets, and 
other papers relating to Pou's activities in civic and State 
affairs, particularly war work. Correspondence includes 
many requests for speeches from the National Defense Coun- 
cil, county defense chairmen, and War Loan committees; 
communications with military personnel illustrating Pou's 
concern for all soldiers and their families and his stress on 
government insurance; and letters of appreciation from 
Negro leaders— C. N. Hunter, editor of The Raleigh Inde- 
pendent, and James E. Shephard, president of the National 
Training School at Durham. N. C. Other correspondents 
include Governors Thomas Walter Biekett, Robert B Glenn 
and Oliver Max Gardner; U. S. Senator Lee Slater Over- 
man of North Carolina; U. S. Representatives Joseph Sher- 
man Frelinghuysen of New Jersey, and Leonidas Dunlap 
Robinson of North Carolina; Kemp D. Battle: Francis 
Henry Fries; Edward Kidder Graham: Henry A. Page; 
and Lycurgis Rayner Varser. 



MS 65-712 
Quintan-Monroe Lumber Company. 

Records, 1900-14. 16 boxes. 

In North Carolina State Dept. of Archives and History 
collections. 

Letterbooks, statements, accounts, contracts, invoices, re- 
ports, promissory notes, insurance policies, and other papers 
of the lumber company and an affiliated company, the 
Tuckaseigee Lumber Company operating in western North 
Carolina; together with a letterbook of McNabb and Ben- 
nett (Oct.-Dec 1900) and some personal and business 
papers of Edwin E. Quinlan. The correspondence reflects 
various phases of timber cutting and lumber manufacturing 
and such lumber industry problems as transportation and 
employment of personnel After the death in 1909 of E. E. 
Quinlan, his son Charles wrote many letters relating to his 
father's estate and to business matters. 

Gift of Mrs. Christopher Crittenden, Mi* Betsey Lane 
Quinlan, and Mrs. George Seaborn, 1955. 



o •«. t • „ MS 65-713 

Smith, Jessica Randolph. 

Papers, 1871-1934. 122 items. 

In North Carolina State Dept. of Archives and History 
collections. 

In part, photocopies. 

Resident of North Carolina. Correspondence, speeches, 
reports, minutes, invitations, programs, printed matter, 
newspaper clippings, and other papers chiefly relating to 
the United Daughters of the Confederacy, the Civil War, 
and the claim of Miss Smith's father, Orren Randolph 
Smith, to be the designer of the Confederate flag. Includes 
material on the Daughters of the American Revolution, the 
National Society of Colonial Dames of America, and the 
George Washington Bicentennial Celebration, 1732-1932. 
Correspondents include May Borglum, wife of Gutzon 
Borglum, discussing his work on the Stone Mountain Mem- 
orial at Atlanta, Ga., and the North Carolina Monument at 
Gettysburg, and Sol Bloom, associate director of the U. S. 
Commission for the Celebration of the Two Hundredth An- 
niversary of the Birth of George Washington. 



MS 65-714 
Whitfield, Nathan Bryan, 1835-1914. 

Papers, 1874-1905. 65 items. 

In North Carolina State Dept of Archives and History 
collections. 

Resident of Lenoir Co., N. C. Correspondence, memo- 
randum books (1881-1904), reports, resolutions, certificates, 
newspapers, printed matter and other papers dealing with 
the grange and farmer's alliance movement in North Caro- 
lina, particularly on a local or county level. Includes ma- 
terial relating to tariff and protection of agriculture; the 
Patrons of Husbandry; Farmers State Alliance of North 
Carolina; the Knights of Honor of the Supreme, Grand and 
Subordinate Lodges; and Civil Sub-Division of County, 
State, or Territory of the Southern Cotton Association. 
Correspondents include Alexander Q. Holladay, first presi- 
dent of North Carolina College of Agriculture and Me- 
chanic Arts, and U. S. Senator Zebulon Vance, of North 
Carolina. 

Gift of Miss Nattie Lou Whitfield, 1955. 

MS 65-715 
Ackland, William Hayes, 1856-1940. 

Papers, 1847-1937. ca. 4000 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3547) 

Author and lawyer, of Washington, D. C. and donor of 
the Ackland Art Museum at the University of North Caro- 
lina. Correspondence, short stories, novels, plays, journals, 
notebooks, scrapbooks, and an autograph collection. In- 
cludes social letters to Ackland, from people in England 
and the United States; and letters from relatives in Ten- 



82 



Unpublished description in the library. 
Bequest of Mr. Ackland. 

_ , „ ., MS65-716 

Barnsley family. 

Papers, 1838-1916. 315 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (1521) 

In part, microfilm (negative) of one vol. 

Correspondence, diaries, plantation journal (1859-61), 
reminiscences about life in Brazil, and other papers. In- 
cludes the Civil War diary and reminiscences of George 
Scarborough Barnsley (b. 1837), of Woodlands (Cass Ca), 
Ga.,and Brazil, while serving as a private in the 8th Georgia 
Regiment, a hospital steward, a medical student, and as an 
assistant surgeon in the Confederacy; correspondence of 
George's father, Godfrey Barnsley (1805-1873), cotton ex- 
porter of Savannah, Ga., and New Orleans, and of his 
brother, Lucien Barnsley (b. 1840), Civil War soldier and 
emigrant to Brazil; and papers relating to emigration from 
the U. S. to Brazil under the leadership of Frank McMullen. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Acquired, 1948 and 1962. 

MS 65-717 
Bjorkman, Edwin August, 1866-1951. 

Papers, 1885-1954. 12,000 items. 

In University of North Carolina library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3070) 

Swedish-American critic, translator, journalist, and au- 
thor. Literary, personal, family, and business corre- 
spondence ; writings ; clippings; and photos. Correspondents 
include Zee AMns, Van Wyck Brooks, James Branch Cabell, 
Olive Tilford Dargan (Fielding Burke) , John Galsworthy, 
Francis Grierson, Archibald Henderson, Henry Goddard 
Leach, William Lyon Phelps, Upton Beall Sinclair, Free- 
man Tilden, and Allan Eugene UpdegTaff. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Lucy M Bjorkman, 1954-64. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



*■> *m.. MS 65-718 

Cooper, William Aodley, 1817-1888. 

Papers, 1795-1930. 1376 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3687) 

Correspondence and papers of Couper, of St Simons 
Island and Marietta, Ga>, of his wife, Hannah Page (King) 
Couper, and of their families. Includes papers of Cooper's 
father, John Couper; papers of Mrs. Couper's grandfather, 
William Page; letters from Mrs. Coaper's mother, Anna 
Matilda (Page) King, and her father, Thomas Butler King, 
U. S. Representative from Georgia; and letters and papers 
of the Couper children, especially their daughter, Anna Re- 
becca (Couper) Marshall, wife of Charles MacLean Mar- 
shall, of Rome, Ga., and of her children. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Acquired, 1964. 



MS 66-719 
Dawson, Nathaniel Henry Rhodes, 1829-1895. 

Papers, 1851-1915. ca. 350 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (210) 

In part, microfilm (negative, 1 reel). 

Confederate Army officer and lawyer, of Alabama, Cor- 
respondence (chiefly 1861) of Dawson with his fiancee, Elo- 
die Todd, of Selma, Ahu, while in Confederate Army camps 
in Virginia relating to camp life, battles (particularly the 
first Manassas), President Lincoln, and the Todd family; 
microfilmed correspondence (1851-1917) relating to family 
history and Alabama politics; diary (1887) ; and four scrap- 
books. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of N. H. R. Dawson, before 1940; additional items 
lent for filming, 1950. 



. MS65-720 

Gardner, Oliver Max, 1882-1947. 

Papers, 1901-64. ca. 19 ft 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3613) 

Lawyer, legislator, Lieutenant Governor and Governor of 
North Carolina, president of the Cleveland Cloth Milla at 
Shelby, N. C, director of the Sperry Corporation, Chair- 
man_of the Advisory Board of the U. S. Office of War 
Mobilization and Reconversion, and Under Secretary of the 
Treasury. Correspondence (1905-47) ; notebooks and scrap- 
books (1901-29) consisting mainly of clippings relating to 
Gardner's activities; and papers after 1947 of Gardner's 
wife, Fay Lamar (Webb) Gardner, including clippings 
pertaining to Gardner's biography and memorials. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Gardner, 1962-64. 



MS 65-721 
Graham, William Alexander, 1804-1875. 

Papers, 1750-1927. 7 ft. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (285) 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) and microfilm (nega- 
tive, part of a reel). 

Governor of North Carolina, State legislator, U. S. Sena- 
tor, Secretary of the Navy, and Confederate senator. Cor- 
respondence with prominent State and national political 
figures; a microfilm copy of a diary (1776-86) and account 



83 



book of John Graham; Graham family papers, including 
papers concerning the operation of Vesuvius Furnace (the 
Graham family iron foundry) ; a Civil War roll book for 
Company A, 44th Regt North Carolina Infantry: journal 
(1874-76) of the proceedings of the Board of Arbitrators, 
Maryland and Virginia boundary line; household accounts; 
law notes; and slave lists. Includes typewritten copies of 
letters (1823-77) to and from Graham, accumulated by Dr. 
J. G. de Roulhac Hamilton while editing the Graham 
papers, now in process of publication by the State Dept of 
Archives and History, Raleigh, N. C. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Purchase, 1938; gift of Mrs. J. Ernest Erwin, 1943; and 
one volume lent for microfilming by the North Carolina 
State Dept of Archives and History. , 



„ MS 65-722 

HaskeD, Alexander Cheves, 1839-1910. 

Papers, 1849-1905. 185 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (320 and M-2549) 

In part, microfilm (negative, part of a reel). 

Confederate Army officer, lawyer, and jurist, of South 
Carolina. Letters, chiefly 1861-65, from Haskell, colonel 
and assistant adjutant general of General Maxcy Gregg's 
brigade, while he was stationed in camps in South Carolina 
and Virginia, to his parents in Abbeville, S. C, describing 
army life, battles, comments on officers, and family news; 
together with a few post-Civil War items, primarily pertain- 
ing to the war; pre- and post-Civil War letters of Haskell's 
brother, John Cheves Haskell (b. 1841) and a typescript of 
Civil War reminiscences ; and biographical material on Lang- 
don Cheves (d. 1863). Mention is made of Haskell's other 
brothers, Captains Charles T. Haskell, Jr. (1835-1863) and 
William T. Haskell (1887-1863), and of Haskell's first wife, 
Rebecca (Singleton) Haskell (1839-1862). 
Unpublished description in the library. 
Gift of Mrs. R. C. Daly, before 1940; Mrs. Preston Has- 
kell, 1943 ; and Dr. Charles C. Haskell, 1946. 



MS 65-723 
Hobbs, Mary (MendenhaU) 1852-1930, collector. 

Papers relating to the manumission of slaves by the So- 
ciety of Friends in North Carolina, 1778-1845. 124 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection ( 1294 and 2055 ) 

Papers of Richard MendenhaU, of Guilford Co., N. C, 
and of others relating to the manumission activities of the 
Society of Friends in North Carolina. Includes Menden- 
hall's papers concerning arrangements for sending a group 
of liberated slaves from North Carolina to Haiti in 1826, 
under the auspices of the Society of Friends; and letter 
press books, minutes, accounts, and other papers of North 
Carolina organizations dedicated to manumission and coloni- 
zation. 

Gift of Mrs. Hobbs, 1930. 



MS 65-724 
Holmes family. 

Papers, 1781-1932. 100 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (1525, 1725, and M-1398) 

In part, microfilm (negative, part of a reel). 

Family correspondence, chiefly 1840-54, and other papers 
of Henry McCauley Holmes (d. 1854) , a physician of Green- 
ville District, S. C, his wife, Eliza Ford (Gibbes) Holmes, 
their daughter, Emma Edwards Holmes (1838-1910), 
and their sons. Includes Mrs. Holmes' business papers 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



Holmes family. Papers, 1781-1932. (Continued) 

(1854-76) as executrix of her husband's estate, and corre- 
spondence with her father, W. S. Gibbes, with her King and 
Debaussure family relatives and with Daniel Heyward- cor- 
respondence, chiefly 1864-75, between her sons, Wilmot 
Holmes, commission merchant in Charleston, S C and 
Henry M. Holmes, physician of Silver Springs, Fla.' and 
Xamestone Springs, S. C. ; Henry Holmes' estate book (1854- 
57); pocket account book (1861-74); journal (1850) of a 
trip from Charleston to Wilmington, N. C, Washington, 
DC, and the Valley of Virginia; and a schoolbook (1876) 
and diary (1861-66) of Emma Holmes while she was in 
Charleston. The earliest papers consist of deeds, indentures, 
Mis, and receipts. Later material consists of scattered 
Holmes and Pasteur family items. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Acquired, 1948-50. Diary of Emma Holmes lent for film- 
ing by Calvin Holmes, 1947. 



Jones, Cadwallader, I. 1843. ^ ^^ 

Papers, 1859-1925. 200 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2487) 

Confederate Army officer. Chiefly letters to Cadwallader 
from friends and members of his family at Hillsboro, N C 
written during the Civil War. The earliest items (1859^ 
60) are letters to Jones while he was in Bock Hill, S C 
The later items, chiefly 1922-25, are Civil War reminiscences 
written by Jones to his brother, General Willie Jones. 

Acquired, 1942. 



T „ MS 65-726 

Jones, George Washington, 1806-1884. 

Papers, 1835-84. 114 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (1837) 

Clerk of the court of Lincoln Co., Tenn., U. S. Representa- 
tive, and member of the Tennessee Constitutional Conven- 
tion of 1870. Political correspondence and papers, chiefly 
1840-79, pertaining to Tennessee politics and national issues. 
Among.the correspondents is Aaron Venable Brown (1795- 
1859). 

Unpublished description in the library. 
Acquired, 1951. 



tt- ™. MS 65-727 

King, Thomas Butler, 1800-1864. 

Papers, 1763-1870. 5 ft. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (1252) 

Planter, railroad promoter, State legislator, U. S. Repre- 
sentative from Georgia, and U. S. Collector of the Port of 
San Francisco, Calif. Correspondence and papers, chiefly 
1835-68, concerning King's business and public activities, 
the management of Retreat Plantation, St Simons Island, 
Ga., family life, the education of his children, and the war 
experiences of his sons as Confederate Army officers; and 
correspondence of King's wife, Anna Matilda (Page) King 
and of their children. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Acquired, 1947-56. 



84 



MS 65-728 
Lacy, Drury, 1802-1884. 

Papers, 1823-1903. 1662 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3641) 

Presbyterian clergyman, Confederate Army hospital 
chaplain, and president of Davidson College, Davidson, 
N. C. Personal correspondence, sermons, and other papers. 
Includes correspondence among the Lacy and Dewey fam- 
ilies and their friends covering a period of 80 years; and 
records relating to musical and literary societies and to 
classes in Charlotte, N. C, of Lacy's daughter, Bessie L. 
(Mrs. Thomas Webber Dewey) who was active in cultural 
and Presbyterian Church affairs. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of three great-grandchildren of the Lacv familv 
1963-64. J ' 

„ „ MS 65-729 

McBee family. 

Correspondence, 1860-1935. (MS 64-559) 
Addition, 1754-1900. 1740 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2263) 

Family and business papers of Vardry McBee (177&- 
1864), planter, railroad official and promoter, and mill owner 
of Lincolnton, N. C, and Greenville, S. C. ; of his son, Vardry 
Alexander McBee (1818-1904), lawyer, railroad official and 
promoter, and planter, of Lincolnton, N. C; and of his 
grandson, Vardry McBee (ca. 1860-1938), an Episcopal 
clergyman and musician of Ronda, N. C. Includes ledgers 
and diaries (1857-60 and 1878) of Vardry A McBee. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Purchase. 1964. 

„ , . M ^_ MS65-730 

Mackay family. 

Papers, 1743-1915. 4 ft. and 3 reels of microfilm (nega- 
tive) v ^ 

In University of North Carolina library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (470) 

Correspondence; plantation, mercantile, and shipping rec- 
ords; miscellaneous accounts; and other papers (chiefly 
1800-65) of Robert Mackay (1772-1865), merchant of Savan- 
nah, Ga., his wife Eliza (McQueen) Mackay (1778-1862) 
and their children and relatives. The papers relate to busi- 
ness, political, and social life in England (1806-11) and in 
Georgia, chiefly Savannah Among the Mackay children 
were William Mein Mackay (1804-1859), merchant of 
Savannah; John Mackay (1805-1849), officer in the U. S. 
Army Engineer Corps; Mary Anne, who married Benjamin 
Edward Stiles, merchant of Savannah; and Elizabeth, who 
married William Henry Stiles (1810-1865), U. S. Repre- 
sentative from Georgia, charge d'affaires in Austria, and 
planter in upper Georgia. Includes Couper family material 
(on microfilm) pertaining chiefly to John Hamilton Couper, 
whose daughter married Robert Mackay Stiles (1836-1865) 
son of William Henry Stiles; and short personal diaries of 
Robert Mackay, William Mackay, Charles Roberts, Benja- 
min E. Stiles, and others. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gifts of Phoebe Elliott, through Mrs. F. B. Screven, 1937- 
39; Mrs. W. D. Screven, 1944; John Stiles, 1947; and Robert 
Stiles, 1945. 

MS65-731 
Merrill, Aaron Stanton, 1890- 

Papers, 1912-48. 4 ft. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (1592) 

Naval officer. Personal and official papers, chiefly during 
the 1940's. Includes a diary (1917, 1921-22, 1930, and 
1936-38) ; the Commandant's Log, 8th Naval District, 1946- 
47; reports on the Near East and China; and scrapbooks. 

Acquired, 1949. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 65-732 
Mnrpliey, Archibald De Bow, 1777-1832. 

Papers, 1768-1830. 55 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (533) 

Lawyer, of North Carolina. Correspondence, deeds, land 
grants, and surveys relating to tracts.of land in Orange Co., 
N. C. 

Some of the letters have been published in The papers of 
Archibald D. Murphey (1914), edited by William Henry 
Hoyt J 

Acquired from the North Carolina Historical Society, 
prior to 1940; and from Archibald M Aiken, Jr., 1948. 

^ -,-,.. MS 65-733 

Page, William, planter. 

Papers, 1783-1825. 2 ft. 

In University of North Carolina, Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (1254) 

Cotton planter of St Lukes Parish, S. C.,and St Simons 
Island, Ga. Chiefly correspondence and business papers, in- 
cluding bills and receipts, relating to the ownership of land, 
the shipment and marketing of cotton, the purchase of arti- 
cles for plantation and personal use, and the settlement of 
the estates of Joseph Dopson and John Timmons of South 
Carolina and Thomas Cater of Georgia; and legal docu- 
ments. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. J. Randolph Anderson, 1947. 

MS 65-734 
Parsley, Eliza HaH 

Papers, 1864-1922. 600 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (576) 

In part, microfilm (negative, part of a reel). 

Letters and papers received or collected by Mrs. Parsley, 
of Wilmington, N. C, in her capacity as an active member 
and president of the North Carolina Division of the United 
Daughters of the Confederacy. Includes letters (some on 
microfilm) relating to the Civil War career and death of Lt 
CoL William Murdock Parsley (1840-1865). of Wilmington; 
memoranda (May 1864) concerning his capture at Spotsyl- 
vania, Va„ and his imprisonment at Fort Delaware, DeL; 
scrapbook of clippings on Confederate and other Southern 
topics; and a pocket notebook (1865) of an unknown writer, 
probably in Wilmington. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Oscar A. Hamilton, before 1940. 

'■. MS65-735 

Polk family. 

Papers, 1773-1915. 4 ft 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (606 and M-2341) 

In part, microfilm (negative, 1 reel) of 39 items lent for 
filming by Lucius E. Burch, Jr. 

Family and business correspondence, chiefly of the 1820's 
and 1830's of Colonel William Polk (1758-1834), a Revolu- 
tionary soldier of Raleigh, N. C. ; his son, Lucius J. Polk, who 
married Mary Ann (Eastin) Polk; and other members of 
the Polk family of North Carolina and Tennessee. Includes 
ledgers and letter copybooks (1797-1834) of William Polk; 
notebooks and accounts (1821-72) of Lucius J. Polk; letter 
press copies (1866-75) of Henry Clay Teatman (d. 1910), 
of Nashville, Tenn. ; letters (1860-68) from Yeatman to his 
* wife; political and business correspondence (1840-61) of 
, John Bell (1797-1869) ; and microfilm of family corre- 
spondence (1818-^76). Other correspondents include George 
Edmund Badger, John D. Hawkins, William J. Polk, and 
members of the Devereux, Hawkins, and Raynor families. 

Gift of T. P. Teatman and Jennie Yeatman, before 1940. 



85 



MS 65-736 
Quitman family. 

Papers, 1784-1940. 8 ft. (4000 items) 
In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (436 and 616) 

Correspondence and social, economic, and political papers 
of four generations of the Quitman family and the related 
Duncan, Lovell, and Turner families of Natchez, Miss., and 
Sewanee, Tenn. Includes a journal and other papers of 
John Anthony Quitman (1799-1858), soldier, planter, Gov- 
ernor, and U S. Representative from Mississippi ; social and 
family correspondence of John Quitman's wife, Eliza Quit- 
man, and of their children, in-laws, and grandchildren; ser- 
mons and mbs. of writings of Frederick Henry Quitman; 
Mississippi plantation records (1866-84) of William Stor- 
row Lovell; and diaries and account books of other members 
of the family. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Rose Lovell, before 1940; and William S. Lovell, 
1942. 



MS 65-737 
Ramsey, James Gettys McGready, 1797-1884. 

Papers, 1789-1883. ca. 100 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2328) 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) and microfilm (nega- 
tive, part of a reel) . 

Author and physician, of Knoxville, Tenn. Correspond- 
ence, autobiography, and other papers. Includes a type- 
script of the Civil War diary of Ramsey's wife, Margaret 
B. Crozier Ramsey; a ms. of "Our women in the war," by 
Sue R. Alexander; and a microfilm of a ms. of a geography 
book. 

Gift of Dr. James R. Alexander, 1941. 

MS 65-738 
Simrall, Charles Harrington, 1843-1901. 

Papers, 1853-1936. ca. 1200 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (1665) 

Lawyer, of Covington, Ky., and counsel for the Cincin- 
nati, New Orleans, and Texas Pacific Railway Company 
and for other railroads. Correspondence (1863-1901) of 
Simrall with his wife, Isabella Downing Price Simrall; pre- 
Civil War letters relating to a mercantile business in Coving- 
ton; Civil War letters reflecting the viewpoint of Southern 
sympathizers in Kentucky; and postwar papers chiefly relat- 
ing to Simrall's legal practice primarily as a lawyer for rail- 
roads. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. V. G. Collis, 1949. 

MS 65-739 
Spencer, Cornelia (Phillips) 1825-1908. 

Papers, 1833-1924. 3 ft. (1000 items) 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (683) 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) in 20 v, of Mrs. Spen- 
cer's correspondence and writings (1838-1919) from orig- 
inals in various sources, including other departments of 
the University of North Carolina Library, the State Dept 
of Archives and History, the State Library at Raleigh, 
N. C, the Historical Foundation of the Presbyterian and 
Reformed Churches, Montreat, N. C., and newspapers. 

Author, of Chapel Hill, N. C. Correspondence, diaries, 
articles, scrapbooks, and other material, dealing with daily 
life at Chapel Hill, N. C, affairs of its residents, and the 
University of North Carolina, particularly its struggle dur- 
ing Reconstruction days. Includes personal, family, and 
other letters from Mrs. Spencer, chiefly to her daughter, 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



Spencer, Cornelia (Phillips) 1825-1908. Papers 1833- 
1924. (Continued) ' 

^ 6 , ( *£ S -.,/ ames Love ) »* d to *« sister-in-law, Mrs. 
Charles Phillips; articles by Mrs. Spencer, primarily writ- 
ten for magazines and newspapers; and 48 vols, of class 
lectures of Mrs. Spencer's father, the Rev. James Phillips 
mathematics professor at the University of North Carolina 
on astronomy, mathematics, and natural philosophy ' 

Acquired, before 1940; and to 1954. 

Steele, John, 1764-1815. MS65 - 7 *° 

Papers, 1716-1861. 2 ft, (2680 items) 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (689. 690. 691. and 2722) 

State kgishtfor U. S. Representative from North Caro- 
lina, U. b- Indian Commissioner, militia officer, U. S. Comp- 
troller oi ! the Currency, member of the commission to settle 
^boundary between North Carolina, South Carolina, and 
Georgia, and farmer, of Salisbury, N. C. Chiefly business 
correspondence and papers relating to Steele's career to- 
gether with social and family correspondence of his wife, 
Mary Steele and his three daughters. Includes an account 
book and obligations (1789-98) due Steele; nine vols, of 
miscellaneous accounts (1760-1802) ; and a fee book (1789- 
90) of ^John Steele, Clerk and Master in Equity, Rowan 

Unpublished description in the library. 

A number of these letters have been published in James 
bprunt historical monographs, no. 3 and in The papers of 
John Steele, edited by H. M. Wagstaff (1924) . 

Acquired from the North Carolina Historical Society be- 
fore 1940 ; and from the Henderson family. 

Thomason, Robert Ewing, 1879- MS "~ W1 

Papers, 1931-47. 117 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (1377) 

Lawyer, State legislator, mayor of El Paso, Tex., and 
U.&. Representative from Texas. Letters, chiefly 1940-45 
written to Thomason while he was a member of the House of 
Kepresentabyes and while serving on the House Military 
Affairs Committee. J 

Gift of Mr. Thomason, 1947. 

Thompson, George Sidney, 1839-1876. MS 65-742 

Confederate quartermaster records, 1861-65. ca 1000 
items. 

In University of North Carolina Library. Southern His- 
torical Collection (551) 

Confederate Army officer. Requisitions for supplies, 
muster rolk, gay records, vouchers, receipts, and military 

tvflW'' ^ ** Norti CaM ** KegimenS 
kept chiefly by Thompson while serving as quartermaster 

under General James H Lane of the 28th Regiment, and as 
chief quartermaster of Sub-District 1 of theJElitery Dis- 
trict of Florida. J 
Unpublished description in the library 
Gift of Mrs. H. C. Thompson, before 1941. 

Thompson family. MS 65-743 

Papers, 1809-1924. 150 items. 

Jh University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (1460) "** 

Papers of the Thompson and Malone families, of Ala- 
bama. Includes an account book (1858-61) ; family corre- 
spondence and business papers of Lawrence Thompson and 
his wife, Rebecca Thompson (d. 1856) ; letters, chiefly 1849- 



86 



59, from Thompson relatives in Louisiana, Tennessee, and 
Mississippi; Confederate Army and prisoner-of-war remi- 
niscences of Joseph N. Thompson; papers of Goodloe W. 
Malone; and childhood reminiscences by Lucie Malone 
Thompson, who married Joseph N. Thompson in 1869. 
Gift of Lucien M Thompson, 1946. 

tut tt ., MS 65-744 

Tomb, James Hamilton. 

Papers, 1855-1936. ca. 350 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collections (723) 

Chief engineer in the Confederate and Brazilian Navies 
and an officer of the Norfolk and Western Railroad. Papers 
mainly relating to Confederate naval history Includes 
memoirs (1861-65) ; letters from W. S. Wells who was on 
the U. S. S. New Ironsides in Charleston harbor in October 
1863; pictures; writings concerning Confederate naval ves- 
sels; miscellaneous clippings; and war diary (July 1917- 
Aug. 1918) of William Victor Tomb (d. 1941 ) . 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Memoirs have been published in part in the Official records 
of the Union and Confederate Navies in the War of the Re- 
bellion. 

Gifts of William Victor Tomb and James Harvey Tomb 
1935 and 1941. f » 

„ ._ „ MS 65-745 

Wetmore, Thomas CogdeD, 1869-1906. 

Papers, 1872-1908. 950 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3701) 

Episcopal clergyman at Fletcher and Arden in Buncombe 
Co., N. C, and founder, with his wife, Susanna Bqone Allan 
Wetmore, of Christ School for Boys at Arden. Correspond- 
ence between Wetmore and Susanna before their marriage in 
1893 and afterwards when he was away raising funds or 
when she was away ; and family letters to Mrs. Wetmore. 

Unpublished description in the library 

Purchase, 1964. 

Whitaker, Jonathan Lewis. MS65-746 

Civil War letters, 1862-65. 70 items. 

In University of North Carolina library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3674) ^^ 

Physician, of Orange Co., N. Y. Letters from Whitaker, 
chiefly to his wife, Julia A Wells Whitaker of Gibson, Pa. 
while he was serving at a U. S. military hospital at Chester! 
*£., and as an assistant surgeon with the U. S. Colored 
Troops, mainly near Beaufort, S. C. The letters describe 
Wnitaker's living conditions and activities as an Army 
physician. J 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Purchased from Richard E. Langford, 1964. 

im.-* u j T.T-,,- MS 65-747 

Whitehead, Williamson. 

Papers, 1861-75. 63 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (1464) 

Businessman, public official, and justice of the peace in 
Cumberland Co., N. C. Business papers (1861-71) consist- 
ing chiefly of bills and accounts for building, shipping pur- 
chasing, and miscellaneous aflairs, and items relating to 
rental property for which Whitehead was an agent; diary 
(1861-64) kept while he was serving as a clerk in the 1st 
£°*V Carolina Infantry Ee £iment: and communications 
^ 4 l r *T om U -. S - Attorney, R. C. Badger, U. S. Marshal, 
J. B. Hill, and the U. S. Comptroller's Office, Washington, 
D. C. Includes a typewritten transcript of the diary 

Gift of Margaret R. Whitehead. 1948; and Claude W 
Rankin, 1956. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 65-748 
Williams family. 

Papers, 1799-1919. 1058 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (787) 

Correspondence, diary, list of merchandise, accounts, 
deeds, indentures, apprentice bonds, and other legal and busi- 
ness documents of the Williams family of Wilmington, N. C, 
Scotland, and elsewhere. Includes family, business, and 
legal papers (1800-29) of John W. Williams of Glasgow, 
Scot., who emigrated to Wilmington, N. C, around 1800; 
letters to John from his mother in Scotland ; letters from his 
brothers, Robert Williams in Jamaica, B. W. L, and William 
A. Williamson, a surgeon in the British Navy ; papers (1830- 
35) relating to the settlement of the estate of Joseph Gome 
in Wilmington and Scotland; correspondence (1844) of the 
related Iredell family of Wilmington, particularly between 
William Augustus Williams, Jr. and Jane Iredell Meares; 
letters (1916-19) ) from Frank and Robert Williams, serving 
in the Army during World War i; and diary (1833) of Wil- 
liam A. Williams of Wilmington on a trip to England and 
Scotland. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Allen Jones and Mrs. Henry McMillan, 1937. 

MS 65^749 
Zoeller, Edward V 1857-1944. 

Papers, 1885-1934. ca. 500 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (1780) 

Pharmacist, of Tarboro, N. C. Letters, chiefly 1891-1912, 
relating to pharmacy, written to Zoeller from other pharma- 
cists and officers in pharmacy organizations in North Caro- 
lina; letters after 1890 relating to the Farmers' Oil Mills 
(manufacturers of cottonseed products in Tarboro) of which 
Zoeller was secretary-treasurer; and records (1890-1917) of 
the Farmers' Oil Mills. Correspondents include Franklin 
Wills Hancock, of Oxford, N. C, William Simpson, and 
Francis Preston Venable, of Chapel HilL N. C. 

Bequest of Mr. Zoeller, 1948. 



MS 65-750 
Aandahl, Fred George, 1897- 
Speeches, 1944-50. 92 items. 

In State Historical Society of North Dakota collections. 
Governor of North Dakota. Includes 10 issues of Am- 
dahl's "Report from Washington." 
Gift of Mr. Aandahl. 



MS 65-751 
Bismarck Women's Community Council. 

Records, 1924-59. 1 ft. 

In State Historical Society of North Dakota collections. 
Correspondence, minutes of meetings, treasurers' reports, 
membership rolls, and list of women's organizations. 

MS 65-752 
Boiler, Henry A 1836-1902. 

Papers, 1853-1904. 2 boxes. 

In State Historical Society of North Dakota collections. 

Clerk at Fort Atkinson, N. D., trading post Letters from 
Boiler to his relatives in Philadelphia, Pa., describing in 
detail his trip to Fort Atkinson, his life there, and the In- 
dians; correspondence with Elliott Coues, Washington 
Matthews, George Catlin, and others concerning a revised 
edition of his book Among the Indians (1868) ; notes for the 
revised edition; copyright papers; notebook of Hidatsa 
linguistic material; and newspaper clippings. 

Gift of Mrs. Mary Boiler, 1911. 



MS 65-753 
Brown (William H.) Company. 

Records, 1903-46. 2 ft. 

In State Historical Society of North Dakota collections. 

Bylaws and articles of incorporation, minute book of 
stockholders and directors meetings, stock certificate book, 
and other records of a land company operating in south- 
western North Dakota and the Judith Basin of Montana. 

Gift of Mrs. E. H, Yonaka, 1954. 

MS 65-754 
Bnmsdale, Clarence Norman, 1891- 
Speeches, 1952-57. 57 items. 

In State Historical Society of North Dakota collections. 
Governor of North Dakota. Typewritten copies of 
speeches. 

MS 65-755 
Burnham, John Winthrop, i. 1912. 

Papers. 1 box. 

In State Historical Society of North Dakota collections. 

Soldier. Biography of Burnham ; papers relating to his 
military service with Colored troops in the Civil War and as 
sergeant in the 10th Minnesota Volunteer Infantry, Com- 
pany C; reminiscences of war experiences; recollections of 
John Burnham (1749?-1843), Revolutionary War soldier; 
family genealogy; diary (1863) of the Sibley expedition; 
articles of agreement to build a store in Greenville, Minn.; 
and scrapbook of miscellaneous newspaper clippings. 

MS 65-756 
Cannonball Ranch Store, Morton Co., N. D. 
Records, 1877-1906. 8 v. 

In State Historical Society of North Dakota collections. 
Journal and ledgers of a store at Cannonball Ranch. 
Gift of John F. Sullivan, 1960. 



MS 65-757 
Cavileer, Lulah. 

Papers, 1886-1930. 1 box. 

In State Historical Society of North Dakota collections. 

Personal letters to Miss Cavileer, of Pembina, N. D.; 
diaries (1887-88 and 1914-15) ; notebook containing an ad- 
dress and copies of some of Charles Turner Cavileer's let- 
ters ; and miscellaneous newspaper clippings, including clip- 
pings of Charles Cavileer's death. Correspondents include 
Tracy R. Bangs, Louis Benjamin Hanna, Mary T. Hill 
(Mrs. James J. Hill), A L. Larpenteur, W. C. Wardwell 
and George B. Winship. 

MS 65-758 
Christianson, Adolph Marcus, 1877-1954. 

Papers, 1930-50. 5 ft. 

In State Historical Society of North Dakota collections. 

Justice of the North Dakota Supreme Court Correspond- 
ence, reports, speeches, and ms. and printed material on the 
Federal Emergency Relief Administration, United Service 
Organizations, Boy Scouts, North Dakota Council on Human 
Relations, and legal and welfare matters. 

Gift of Mrs. Christianson, 1954. 

MS 65-758 

Crawford, Lewis Ferandus, 1870-1936. 

Notes on North Dakota history. 83 items. 

In State Historical Society of North Dakota collections. 

Notebooks pertaining mainly to western North Dakota, 
ranching and ranches, Indians and early settlers, and inter- 
views with pioneers. 

Gift of Usher L. Burdick. 



87 



The IVational Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 65-760 
Diets (A. F.) & Sons, New Salem, N. D. 
Records, 1896-1948. 13 v. 

In State Historical Society of North Dakota collections. 
Articles of incorporation, bylaws, minutes of meetings, 
ledgers, journals, mortgages, loans, and bankbook of dealers 
in grain, implements, hard-ware, and other items. 
Gift of Mrs. Fred Dietz, 1961. 

-.., „ MS 65-761 

Diss, George K 

Papers, 1882-1904. 3 ft. 

In State Historical Society of North Dakota collections. 

Surveyor. Correspondence mainly about surveying in 
Worth Dakota., financial records, contracts, agreements, 
bends, and notebooks. 

Gift of Donald Dike. 



MS65-762 
Divet, Arthur Guy, 1871-1950. 

Papers. 1 box. 

In State Historical Society of North Dakota collections. 

Lawyer, of Fargo, N. D. Letters from Divot to Judge 
William L. Nuessle concerning the disposition of mss. and 
other matters- an autobiography; memorial addresses, 
addresses on law, the U. S. Constitution, the flag, and the 
North Dakota Nonpartisan League; and newspaper clip- 
pings of speeches. 

Gift of Mr. Divet, 1948. 



MS 65-763 

Eielson, Carl Benjamin, 1897-1929. 

Papers, 1919-29. 1 ft. 

In State Historical Society of North Dakota collections. 

Aviator. _ Correspondence, reports, articles, maps, clip- 
pings, and printed matter, and other papers relating to 
Alaska and Eielson's flight with Sir Hubert Wilkins over the 
North Pole. 

Gift of Mrs. Elmer Osking, 1944. 



MS 65-764 
Farnsworth, Charles S 

Letter book, 1891-94. 14 items and 1 v. 
In State Historical Society of North Dakota collections. 
Soldier. Official and personal letters sent by Farnsworth 
while stationed at Fort Buford, N. D., and later at the Uni- 
versity of North Dakota as professor of military science and 
tactics. 

Gift of Mrs. Robert J. Farnsworth, 1958. 

MS 65-765 

Easrei, A C I 

Indian papers. 80 items. 

In State Historical Society of North Dakota collections. 

Material on the Turtle Mountain Chippewa and Northern 
Plains Indians of North Dakota, collected by Farrel, a 
former lawyer for the Blackfeet Indians. Includes an orig- 
inal play, articles, pamphlets, photos., and newspaper and 
magazine clippings. 

Gift of Mr. Farrel, 1949. 



MS 65-766 

EfstTissffi Bam Closure Committee. 
Records, 1953. 6 bozes. 

In State Historical Society of North Dakota collections. 
Correspondence and papers relating to arrangements for 
aad invitations to the closure ceremony at which President 
Dwight D. Eisenhower spoke. 



MS 65-767 
Gopien, Arnold O 

Papers. 4 boxes and 1 folder. 

In State Historical Society of North Dakota collections. 

Bibliographies and notes on cards compiled for use in pre- 
paring reports for the WPA on Fort Abraham Lincoln, 
N. D., the Marquis de Mores, and the Chateau at Medora, 
N. D. ; together with correspondence on the de Mores coat- 
of-arms, miscellaneous notes, and pictures of the Chateau 
and typical ranch buildings in South Roosevelt Park. 

MS 65-768 
Grand Army of the Republic Dept. of North Dakota. 

Records, 1891-1937. 1 box 

In State Historical Society of North Dakota collections. 

Minute book (1899-1909) of James B. McPherson Post 
No. 2, Bismarck, N. D. ; roster of Worden Post No. 12, Pem- 
bina, N. D. ; biographies of 30 members of 9 posts collected 
by the Woman's Relief Corps in 1937; roster (1891) of the 
Dept. of North Dakota ; proceedings of the 26th annual en- 
campment; and a few copies of general orders. 

MS 66-766 
Hagan, John N 1873-1952. 

Papers, 1919-35. 339 items. 

In State Historical Society of North Dakota collections. 
Commissioner of agriculture of North Dakota. Corre- 
spondence and speeches pertaining to the Nonpartisan 
League of North Dakota. 
Gift of Mrs. Hagan, 1957 and 1961. 

MS65-770 
Heath, Fannie Mahood, 1864-1931. 
Papers, 1922-30. 1 v. 

In State Historical Society of North Dakota collections. 
Horticulturist. Correspondence relating to horticulture; 
biography; newspaper clippings; magazine articles; and 
photos. 
Gift of Mrs. Pearl Frazer, 1957. 

MS 65-771 
Hector, Ole M 1870-1953. 

Papers, 1920-38. 56 items. 

In State Historical Society of North Dakota collections. 

Correspondence and papers concerning the organization 
of the North Dakota Farm Bureau, foreclosures by the St 
Paul Federal Land Bank, and political activities of the 
Republican Party; an autobiography; and copies of the 
"Divide County Farm Bureau news" and the "North Dakota 
Farm Bureau news." 

Gift of Clarence Hector, 1954. 

MS 65-778 
Holt, Henry, 1888-1944. 

Correspondence, 1943. 84 items. 
In State Historical Society of North Dakota collections. 
Lieutenant Governor of North Dakota. Correspondence, 
most of which pertains to official business, to the North Da- 
kota Resources Board, and to the Tri State Waters Com- 
mission. 
Gift of Arthur Holt, 1957. 

MS 65-778 
Hutchinson, Frank J 

Papers, 1924-42. ca. 150 items. 

In State Historical Society of North Dakota collections. 

Correspondence of Hutchinson with David F. Barry about 
his Indian photos, and his life in the West, newspaper clip- 
pings and articles on the Battle of Little Big Horn, and 
an index to Barry's photos, purchased by Hutchinson. In- 
cludes 9 items of official military correspondence (1871-77) 
relating to Indians on the Upper Missouri River. 

Gift of the Hutchinson estate, 1958. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 65-774 
Izaak Walton League of America. Mandan, N. D. Chapter 
No. SO. 
Records, 1929-34. ca. 100 items. 
In State Historical Society of North Dakota collections. 
Records of an organization created for the protection of 
game and fish. 
Gift, 1959. 

MS 65-775 
Jamestown, N. D. Fire Dept. 
Records, 1889-1915. 7 v. 

In State Historical Society of North Dakota collections. 
Minutes of meetings of various companies, treasurer's 
accounts, constitution, lists of members, and reports of fires. 



MS 65-776 
Jungers, John Peter, 1870-1954. 
Papers, 1910-53. 88 items. 

In State Historical Society of North Dakota collections. 
Implement dealer, of Regent, N. D., and Democratic candi- 
date for insurance commissioner. Biography, a few business 
papers of the Regent Grain Company, two political speeches 
( one in German ), and other political material 
Gift of Kathryn Jungers Nagy, 1954. 



MS 65-777 
Lounsberry, Clement Augustus, 1843-1926. 

Papers, 1863-1922. 1 box. 

In State Historical Society of North Dakota collections. 

Publisher and historian. Chiefly correspondence and 
documents relating to Lounsberry's military career; together 
with other correspondence and papers, copies of a speech 
and an article, and newspaper dippings. Includes letters 
from William R. Mumby concerning the "Buford tribune" 
and affairs at Buford, N. D.; letters from William Folwell 
about Lounsberry's book Early history of North Dakota 
(1919); letters from Alexander McKenzie; and papers of 
Nellie Brightman, Lounsberry's secretary, giving genealog- 
ical information about her family. 

Gift of CoL Lounsberry, 1926. 



MS 65-778 
McKenzie, Alexander, 1851-1922. 

Papers, 1875-90. litem and 2 v. 

In State Historical Society of North Dakota collections. 

Political leader, and businessman of Bismarck, N. D. 
Letter press book of business correspondence dealing with 
the Bismarck Water Works, the sale of Northern Pacific 
Railroad land and other real estate, with some mention of 
State and local politics; a register of visitors to the real 
estate office of McKenzie and Holmes; and a naturalization 
certificate. 



MS 65-779 
Mores, Antoine Ameuee Marie Vincent Manca de Vallom- 
brosa, marquis de, 1858-1896. 

Papers, 1882-87. 1 box. 

In State Historical Society of North Dakota collections. 

Rancher and businessman. Letters from Daniel Collins, 
Henry H Gorringe, and Frank O'Donald; reports of a 
Pinkerton agent concerning an investigation of cattle rust- 
ling; petition for change of venue of the trial of the Mar- 
quis for the murder of Reilly Luffsey; statements, bills, re- 
ceipts, and account books for personal and household ex- 



Gift of Due de Yallombrosa and James W. Foley. 



MS 65-780 
Mostad, ThorwaW. 

Papers, 1916-43. ca. 140 items. 

In State Historical Society of North Dakota collections. 

State legislator. Correspondence and publicity items on 
Nonpartisan League of North Dakota and other political 
matters, mainly for the period 1916-28; papers (1917) con- 
cerning the organization of the Savings Loan and Trust 
Company in Minot, N. D.; correspondence (1930) concern- 
ing a census supervisor ; and miscellaneous items. 

Gift of Mr. Mostad, 1959. 

MS 65-781 
National League of American Pen Women. 

Records, 1927-54. 2 ft. 

In State Historical Society of North Dakota collections. 

Correspondence and scrapbooks on the activities and ac- 
complishments of the Fargo and Medora, N. D., branches 
of the league. 

MS 65-782 
North Dakota State Dairymen's Association. 

Records, 1911-12. ca. 400 items. 

In State Historical Society of North Dakota collections. 
Records pertaining mainly to the convention held in 
Jamestown, N. D., in 1911. 

MS65-783 
North Dakota State Federation of Labor. 

Records, 1911-14. 1 v. 

In State Historical Society of North Dakota collections. 

Scrapbook containing correspondence, minutes of board 
of directors' meetings and State conventions, and credentials 
of delegates to State conventions. 

MS 65-784 
North Dakota. State Flag Commission. 
Records, 1951-53. ca. 380 items. 
In State Historical Society of North Dakota collections. 
Correspondence, minutes, and sketches of the design for a 
new State flag. 

Gift of the commission. 

MS "85-785 
North Dakota. State Historical Society. 

Collections of biographies and portraits of pioneers 
before 1889 and of prominent citizens of the State, 1917-27. 
453 items. 

In State Historical Society of North Dakota collections. 

Questionnaires containing biographical data together with 
photos, of some 220 persons. 

Contents listed in folders in the repository. 

MS65-786 
North Dakota. State Historical Society. 

Manuscript collections, ca. 1860-4953. ca. 825 items, 65 
v., and 2 folders. 

In State Historical Society of North Dakota collections. 

Correspondence, diaries, reminiscences, biographical in- 
formation, articles, speeches, reports, business papers, 
minutes, court records, and other papers reflecting pioneer 
life, military affairs, Indian life and problems, and other 
aspects of North Dakota history. Includes papers of 
soldiers (many in the Civil War), Indian agents, ranchers, 
farmers, teachers, clergymen, and traders; and records of 
societies, business firms, hotels, and steamboats. 

A composite collection consisting of small groups of 
papers or single items described in North Dakota history, 
v. 30, no. 1 (Jan. 1963) p. 17-61, and not cataloged separately 
in the National union catalog of manuscript collections. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



North Dakota Stock Growers' Association. 

Records, 1886-94. lbox. 

In State Historical Society of North Dakota collections. 

Correspondence, minutes of meetings, bills, resolutions, 
articles of incorporation and financial statements of tie 
Riverside Ranch Company, of Morton Co., N. D. ; and a few 
personal papers of John S. Green, of Dickinson, N. D., who 
served as secretary of the association. 



MS 65-788 
North Dakota War Chest 

Records, 1943-47. 3 v. 

In State Historical Society of North Dakota collections. 

Articles of incorporation, bylaws, minutes, order for dis- 
solution, reports of activities, reports of first and second 
annual meetings, and the official bulletin "North Dakota War 
Chest" 



,«„ , MS' 65-789 

trConnor, James Francis Thaddens, 1884-1949. 

Letters to Honorable J. F. T. O'Connor, comptroller of 
the currency of the United States, an appreciation by his 
friends, Grand Forks, June 13, 1934. 344 items. 
In State Historical Society of North Dakota collections. 
Letters to O'Connor from Franklin D. Roosevelt, cabinet 
members, business associates, and friends. 



m . • t, «., MS 65-790 

Parkin, Henry Sid. 

Letter press books, 1876-79. 2 v. 

In State Historical Society of North Dakota collections. 

Post trader. Correspondence of Parkin, postmaster at 
Standing Rock Indian Agency, N. D., and ah employee of 
J. R Casselberry, post trader. 



„ . „ MS65-791 

Qoara, Fannie Dunn, 1876-1950. 

Papers, 1877-1947. 3 boxes. 

In State Historical Society of North Dakota collections. 

Pioneer, of Bismarck, N. D. Autobiography, biographical 
sketch, and papers of John Piatt Dunn ; account book (1907- 
34) of Dimn's wife, Ohristiana.S. Dunn; biographical sketch 
of James W. Foley; papers on the history of Bismarck, and 
Burleigh Co., N. D v by Mrs. Quain; record (1875-S6) of 
officers of Bismarck, by Edward H. Barrett ; secretary's book 
of the Original Club; expense account of a trip to the 
World's Columbian Exposition at Chicago, HI., in 1893; 
newspaper clippings on North Dakota history; two auto- 
graph albums; programs of the North Dakota Federation 
of Women's Clubs and the Fortnightly Club; two scrap- 
books of photos, and cards; and other miscellaneous cards, 
programs, and clippings. 

Gift of Mrs. Marion Raiser, 1950. 



„. „ . . MS 65-792 

Rice, Ezekiel C 

Papers, 1866-92. lbox. 

In State Historical Society of North Dakota collections. 

Lawyer, of Mandan, N. D. Correspondence pertaining to 
the invention of Rice's "prairie burner," diary and account 
book (1866), and documents relating- to his legal career. 

Gift of the Draper family, 1946. 



90 



MS 65-793 
Slaughter, Linda (Warf el) 1850-1920. 

Papers, 1870-1929. 1 box. 

In State Historical Society of North Dakota collections. 

Pioneer and author. Letters to Mrs. Slaughter concern- 
ing personal matters, woman suffrage, Woman's Relief 
Corps, Knights of Labor, organization of Bismarck and 
Burleigh County Pioneer Association and the Ladies' His- 
torical Society of Bismarck and North Dakota, and the 
building of schools; and minutes of the first Board of Com- 
missioners in Pembina Co., N. D. 

MS 65-794 
Sons of the American Revolution. North Dakota Society. 
Correspondence, 1911-21. 585 items. 
In State Historical Society of North Dakota collections. 



MS 65-795 
Spalding, Burleigh Folsom, 1853-1934. 

Papers, 1839-1932. lbox. 

In State Historical Society of North Dakota collections. 

Original typed copies in the possession of Mason Spalding, 
Minot, N. D. 

Lawyer. Account books (1873, 1879-80, and 1884-85), 
diary, autobiography, papers on the North Dakota Consti- 
tutional Convention, autograph album, and documents of 
Noah Spalding. 



MS 65-796 
Taylor, David R 

Papers, 1865-1929. 92 items. 

In State Historical Society of North Dakota collections. 

An employee of the Northern Pacific Railroad. Corret 
spondence concerning railroad matters, copy of Taylor's 
mother's will, notices of appointment as postmaster at Man- 
dan, N. D., document of the Yellowstone Land and Coloniza- 
tion Company, and railroad passes. 

Gift of Dave Taylor, 1951. 



MS 65-797 
Taylor, Edwin James, 1869-1956. 

Papers, 1901-55. 3 ft 

In State Historical Society of North Dakota collections. 

Educator and librarian, of Bismarck, N. D. Correspond- 
ence, pertaining, in part, to educational affairs and politics; 
business papers; and notes for speeches. Includes much 
personal correspondence with friends and relatives. Cor- 
respondents include Jerry D. Bacon, W. E. Hoover, Bea- 
trice Johnstone, Minnie J. Nielson, and Walter L. Stock- 
well. 

Gift of Mrs. Taylor. 



MS 65-798 
Trobriand, Philippe Regis Denis de Eeredern, comte de, 
1816-1897. 

Papers, 1866-69. 69 items. 

In State Historical Society of North Dakota collections. 

U. S. Army officer. Correspondence in French and Eng- 
lish about life at Fort Stevenson, N. D., while Trobriand was 
commanding officer, and about personal affairs; 9 letters 
(1866-67) from France; a typewritten Ms. of the translation 
of Trobriand 's journal Vie militaire dans le Dakota (1926), 
by George F. Will; a Sioux-French vocabulary; and a roster 
of the 31st U. S. Infantry. 

Selections from the journal have been published by R. R. 
Donnelley & Sons, Co v as Army life in Dakota (1941). 

Letters given by Charles Post, 1959. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 66-799 
U. S. Army. Indian Scouts. 
Post letters, 1876-80. lv. 

In State Historical Society of North Dakota collections. 
Letters sent by various officers commanding the detach- 
ment of Indian Scouts at Fort Yates, N. D., most of which 
are routine requests and acknowledgments with a few 
reports on efforts to disarm the Indians and to recover 
ponies. 

MS 65-800 

U. S. War Deft. 

Records, 1868-95. 1 box. 

In State Historical Society of North Dakota collections. 

Photocopies. 

Letters and reports relating to the establishment and aban- 
donment of Forts Bridger, Buford, Pembina, Ransom, and 
Stevenson in North Dakota, and to ferry service and land 
settlement at Fort Buford, 

MS 65-801 
Williams, Erastus Appleman, 1850-1930. 

Papers, 1892-1923. 2 ft 

In State Historical Society of North Dakota collections. 

Surveyor general of North Dakota and political leader. 
Correspondence concerning political appointments and af- 
fairs ; correspondence, blueprints, and documents pertaining 
to the acquisition of land at Bismarck, N. D., for the Soo 
Railroad; rough drafts of Williams' political platform ; cor- 
respondence of the North Dakota Irrigation Association; 
specifications for the Bismarck Auditorium; copies of bills 
introduced into the legislature; resolutions of various orga- 
nizations; campaign literature; pamphlets; photos.; and 
newspaper clippings. Correspondents include Asle Jorgen- 
son Gronna, Louis Benjamin Hanna, Henry Clay Hans- 
brough, Porter J. McCumber, Alexander McKenzie, Thomas 
F. Marshall, and Burleigh Folsom Spalding. 

Gift of Mrs. R. S. Towne, 1952. 

MS65-802 
Bullington, Orvffle, 1882- 

Papers, 1941-44. 3 ft. 

In Panhandle Plains Historical Society collections (Can- 
yon, Tex.) 

Lawyer and politician. Correspondence, newspaper clip- 
pings, and other papers pertaining to Bullington's tenure as 
a member of the Board of Regents of the University of 
Texas. Includes meetings of the board, reports on Univer- 
sity permanent fund investments, and hearings before the 
Board of Regents. 

Open to investigators under repository restrictions. 

Gift of Grover Bullington and Ralph E. Bullington. 

MS 65-803 
Cator family. 

Papers, 1871-1927. 4 ft 

In Panhandle Plains Historical Society collections (Can- 
yon, Tex.) 

Correspondence, diary, account books, clippings from 
English newspapers, publications, and other papers chiefly 
relating to the activities of James Hamilton Cator (1851- 
1927) and Robert Cator (also known as Arthur J. L. Cator) 
as buffalo hunters in the. northern Panhandle (1870-84), 
operators of the first trading post in the region north of the 
Canadian River, and the first men to go as far south as the 
Texas Panhandle and to settle permanently in Hansford Co., 
Tex. Includes material on the raid on Adobe Walls near the 
present site of Amarillo, Tex., the Cattle Association, land 
and cattle sales, and Kansas lands. 

Open to investigators under repository restrictions. 

Gift of Jim Cator. 



91 



The University of Texas Library has photocopies made in 
1932 of 750 items (1845-81) owned by the Panhandle Plains 
Historical Society. These include correspondence between 
John Bertie Cator (d. 1887) and his sons James H. and 
Robert Cator; and John B. Cator's diary (1845-46) while he 
was serving in the British Royal Navy in the eastern Medi- 
terranean. 

MS 65-804 
Franklyn Land and Cattle Company. 

Records, 1882-1957. 50 ft. 

In Panhandle Plains Historical Society collections (Can- 
yon, Tex.) 

Correspondence of company officials, documents, ledger 
books, ranch reports, maps, photos., and newspaper files of 
& company organized in the early lSSCs by Charles G. 
Franklyn who later entered a partnership with Colonel 
B. B. Groom involving a ranch located in Carson, Gray, 
Hutchinson, and Roberts Counties in the Texas Panhandle. 

Open to investigators under repository restrictions. 

Gift of the White Deer Land Company. 

MS 65-805 
Hamner, Laura Vernon. 

Papers, 1933- 20 ft. 

In Panhandle Plains Historical Society collections (Can- 
yon, Tex.) 

Author and journalist Correspondence and other papers 
relating to the history of the Texas Panhandle. Includes 
letters of pioneers, awards, and newspaper clippings relat- 
ing to her newspaper work in Amarillo, Tex. 

Open to investigators under repository restrictions. 

Gift of the Killsore Foundation. 

MS 65-806 
JA Ranch, Texas. 

Records, 1876-1907. 20 ft 

In Panhandle Plains Historical Society collections (Can- 
yon, Tex.) 

Ranch reports and other papers of a ranch established in 
1876 by Colonel Charles Goodnight on the Palo Duro Can- 
yon in the Texas Panhandle and later owned by him and 
John Adair. 

Open to investigators under repository restrictions. 

Gift of the JA Ranch. 

MS 65-807 
Keiser, Charles O 

Papers, 1903-28. 5 ft 

In Panhandle Plains Historical Society collections (Can- 
yon, Tex.) 

Businessman and stock breeder. Correspondence (1903- 
13), ledgers and journals pertaining to land sales (1906-11), 
and other papers. Includes material relating to Kaiser's 
activities workine on a ranch in Wyoming, buying and ship- 
ping horses from the West to the Mississippi Valley, engag- 
ing in the immigration business in the Dakotas, buying large 
ranches in the Panhandle which were divided into farms and 
sold to immigrants, and developing a stockraising and Here- 
ford breeding business. 

Open to investigators under repository restrictions. 

Gift of Bob Rogers. 

MS65-80S 
Landergin, John. 

Ranch records of John and Patrick H. Landergin, 1916- 
28. 8 ft 

In Panhandle Plains Historical Society collections (Can- 
yon, Tex.) 

Correspondence and other papers relating to cattle sales 
and ranch operations of the Landergin Brothers Ranch 
located in Oldham and Deaf Smith Counties, Texas. 

Open to investigators under repository restrictions. 

Gift of Mr. Grady C. Nobles. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 65-809 
Nobles Bros. Grocer Company. 

Records, 1898-1928. 50 ft 

In Panhandle Plains Historical Society collections (Can- 
yon, Tex.) 

Correspondence, journals, ledgers, orders, checks, and 
other papers of a wholesale grocery company organized in 
1898 by M. C. Nobles and H. A. Nobles. 

Open to investigators under repository restrictions. 

Gift of the company. 

o •«. « . MS 65-810 

Smith, Hank. 

Papers, 1864-1912. 12 ft. 

In Panhandle Plains Historical Society collections (Can- 
yon, lex.) v 

Government employee and hotel owner. Correspondence, 
ledgers, scrapbooks, newspapers, and clippings dealing with 
Smith's activities as an expressman for the Government and 
as a hotel owner in Fort Griffin, Tex. 

Access restricted. 

Gift of Mrs. Hank Smith. 

., MS 65-811 

Smith-Walker and Company. 

Records, 1887-1919. 50 ft. 

In Panhandle Plains Historical Society collections (Can- 
yon, Tex.) 

Correspondence, ledgers, and other papers concerning the 
operations of a wholesale grocery firm. 
Open to investigators under repository restrictions. 
Gift of Smith Walker, of Amarillo. 

„ , MS 65-812 

Vandale, EarL 

Papers, 1930-46. 2 ft. 

In Panhandle Plains Historical Society collections (Can- 
yon, Tex.) 

Land agent for the Magnolia Petroleum Company. Re- 
ports on the location of oil and gas wells, and dry holes; 
drilling reports; geological maps; and other papers pertain- 
ing to the oil and gas industry in the Panhandle of Texas. 

Open to investigators under repository restrictions. 

Gift of Mr. Vandale. 



Warwick, Clyde W i 885 - MS 65-813 

Papers, 1910-58. 8 ft. 

In Panhandle Plains History Society collections 
(Canyon, Tex.) 

Newspaper owner and editor. General accounts, legal and 
personal papers, and materials relating to property and real 
estate, loans and investments, and political and civic activi- 
ties. Includes materials relating to Warwick's journalism 
and his newspaper, The Randall County news; his service as 
a member of the Texas Legislature, county chairman of the 
Democratic Executive Committee, secretary and president of 
the Panhandle Press Association, member of the Texas Press 
Association and the National Editorial Association; and his 
appointment to the Texas State Parks Board, 

Open to investigators under repository restrictions. 

Gift of Mrs. Warwick. 

™,~ . MS65-814 

XTT Ranch, Texas. 

Records, 1885-1915. 100 ft. 

In Panhandle Plains Historical Society collections (Can- 
yon, Tex.) 

Correspondence, journals, ledgers, special books, business 
records, and books largely concerned with the operation of 
the ranch located along the western edge of the Texas Pan- 
handle which was acquired by the Capital Syndicate Com- 



pany in exchange for building the State Capitol Braiding in 
Austin, Texas. Includes correspondence about the construc- 
tion of the Texas Capitol Building. 

Guide by Seymour Connor published in 1953. 

Open to investigators under repository restrictions. 

Gift of the Capital Lands Reservations of Chicago. 



„ , MS 65-815 

Pasadena; Calif. Public library. 

California papers, 1840-54. 1 v. 

In Pasadena Public Library. 

Correspondence, land grants, bills, biographical notes, 
and other papers about or of Mexican governors and officials 
and American pioneers in and near San Francisco. Includes 
some items dealing with the estate of Capt. Joseph L. Fol- 
som. Includes 5 land grants signed by Mexican governors 
and an alcalde of San Francisco, and minor business cor- 
respondence of Juan Bandini, Samuel Brannan, William 
Heath Davis, Joseph L Folsom, Charles Flugge, Thomas 0. 
Laririn, A. C. McDonald, Henry M. Naglee, Antonio Peralta, 
Hugo Reid, and Abel Stearns. 

Open to investigators with permission. 

Purchased from W. J. Handy, 1905. 



MS 65-816 
Autocar Company. 

Records, 1899-1954. 55 items and 11 v. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 

Minute books and minutes, ledger books (1909-19) con- 
taining balance sheets and income statements, annual reports 
(1929-52), list of officers and directors (1899-1924), a 
chronicle of the motor industry (1893-1946), and other 
papers relating to a pioneer Philadelphia automobile manu- 
facturing company and Louis Clarke, its founder. 

Gift of C. R. C. Custer, 1964. 



t^i*,j D „ MS 65-817 

Belfield, Percy C 

Bills and receipts, 1917-47. 1800 items. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 

Teacher, of Philadelphia. Bills and receipts for Bel- 
field's small farm in the suburbs of Philadelphia covering 
running expenses of the household, house repairs, alterations, 
and care for the grounds. 

Gift, 1964. 



MS 65-818 
Betts, Charles Malone, 1838-1905. 

Military papers, 1862-84. 225 items. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 

Civil War Army officer of the 160th Regiment Pennsyl- 
vania Volunteers. Correspondence, reminiscences, orders, 
and other papers apparently gathered for a proposed history 
of the 160th Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers (15th Penn- 
sylvania Cavalry), first known as the Anderson Cavalry. 

Purchase. 



MS 65-819 
Bullock, Edith WMts. 

Correspondence, 1820-45. 145 items. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 

Resident of Hanover, N. J. Personal family letters from 
cousins of the Willits and Bullock families in New York, 
New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. Some letters give a graphic 
description of life in New York City in 1845. 

Gift. 



92 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 65-820 
Chester, Pa. West End Free library. 
Eecords, 1912-37. 1200 items. 
In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 
Correspondence, book orders, bills, receipts, and other pa- 
pers of a small public library founded in 1907, which later 
became the West End Branch of the J. Lewis Crozer Li- 
brary. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Gift, 1964. 



„ MS65-821 

Clayton, John, 1819-1881. 

Papers, 1832-1940. 700 items. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 

Lawyer and Episcopal layman, of Philadelphia. Corre- 
spondence and business records (chiefly 1878-79). Includes 
letters from Clayton's wife, Anna (Colton) Clayton (b. 
1820), discussing social life and conditions in "West Chester, 
Pa-, and Cape May, N. J., during the vacation season (1847- 
51) and frequently mentioning her father, Matthias W. 
Baldwin (1796-1866), founder of the Baldwin Locomotive 
Works ; and letters from Clayton's mother, Sarah (Medf ord) 
Clayton (1786-1849) dealing with family affaire. 

Gift of Mrs. Stanley Bright, 1963. 



MS65-B22 
Coates, Elmer Roan, 1831-1889. 

Papers, 1858-89. 8 boxes. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 

Associate editor of a West Philadelphia newspaper, the 
Telephone. Personal correspondence, mbs. of Coates' plays 
and poems, some playbills, and notices of lectures. Mss. 
include the plays Music mad, Blunders, and The memorable 
month, and the poem Laurel Hill (1878). 

Gift of Mrs. T. C. Knndy, 1964. 



MS 65-823 
Crake, Robert Blake, d. 1899. 

Legal papers, 1884-98. 300 items. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 

Physician, of Philadelphia. Materials relating to various 
estates of which Cruice was the executor and some items con- 
cerning property held by him in Ireland. The estates he 
administered belonged to persons who died in St. Joseph's 
Hospital where Cruice had served (1884-98) and was sec- 
retary of its board. 

Gift of Dr. W. B. MeDaniel, 1964. 



MS 65-824 
F&nght, Albert Smith, 1883- 

Papers, 1907-61. 275 itans. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 

Beform leader, of Philadelphia. Correspondence con- 
cerning the activities of the members of the 1912 Electoral 
College of Pennsylvania in the 1916 presidential election 
and other papers mainly relating to the campaign of Wil- 
liam Howard Taft to secure the Republican nomination for 
President in 1908, the Pennsylvania State election of 1910, 
the Pennsylvania Electoral College of 1912 and the attempt 
to found a permanent organization of its members, Philadel- 
phia Committee on Public Affairs (1934-44), and the Phila- 
delphia City elections of 1907 and 1943. 

Gift of Mr. Faught, 1963. 



MS 65-825 
Frankford Mutual Fire Insurance Company, PMaddpkia. 

Records, 1843-1906. 3000 items. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 

Mainly property surveys made for the company, contain- 
ing detailed descriptions of each building for which insur- 
ance was desired. Most of the buildings are located in 
northeast Philadelphia in the sections known locally as 
Frankford, Bridesburg, and Kensington. Includes treasury 
orders (1888-90), promissory notes (1844-53), legal papers 
(1893-1906), materials relating to the erection of the com- 
pany's office building (1898-99), and a cashbook (1863-77). 

Purchase, 1962. 

MS 65-826 
Irvine family. 

Newbold-Irvine papers, 1760-1924. 15,000 items. 
In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 
Correspondence and other papers of the Irvine family; 
together with some correspondence of the Newbold family. 
Includes military correspondence, record of military ex- 
penses (1776-61), notebook for the disbursement of military 
supplies at Fort Pitt, Pa. (1781-82), orderly books (1776- 
79) of a British unit, the 1st Battalion of Guards, and other 
papers dealing with family matters and real estate specula- 
tion of General William Irvine (1741-1804) of the Con- 
tinental Line; materials relating to the military position, 
racehorses, Dickinson College lecture notes, and agricultural 
interest and land speculation of General Callender Irvine 
(1775-1841), Commissary General of the U. S. (1812-41); 
and correspondence and account books of Dr. William A. 
Irvine (1803-1886), businessman of Irvine in Warren Co., 
Pa., relating to river transportation, oil, and his operating 
a general store, the post office and telegraph office, a grist- 
mill, a sawmill, and a woolen mill. 
Gift of Mrs. Caryl Roberts and John L. Welsh, Jr. 

MS 65-827 
Jessup, William, 1797-1868. 

Account books of William Jessup and William Huntting 
Jessup, 1814-96. 166 v. 
In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 
Daybooks, ledgers, journals, and other account books and 
legal papers from the law offices of Jessup and his son, Wil- 
liam Huntting Jessup (b. 1838), both lawyers of Montrose, 
Pa. ; personal accounts ; and accounts of various clients in 
Montrose and Susquehanna Co., Pa., involving farm, timber, 
personal, legal and merchants' accounts. The miscellaneous 
books include a land book (1853-55), funeral order books 
(1882-92), and account books of A. K. Harrow (1887). 
Jabez Hyde (1821-22), E. H. Manson (1366-78), John L. 
Massie (1860-86), Edward W. Rose (1847). and the R. H. 
Rose ledgers (1831-42). 
Purchase, 1961. 

MS 65-828 
Lee, George F 1812-1894. 

Business records of George F. Lee and Franklin Lee, 
1820-92. 2400 items and 24 v. 
In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 
Correspondence and other papers of Lee and Franklin Lee 
(1786-1861), both bricklayers, builders, and contractors of 
Philadelphia. Franklin Lee's business records cover 1835— 
46, while George F. Lee's cover 1820-73 and include receipt 
books, account books, notebooks, and cashbooks. Tb.6 ma- 
terial reflects Lee's activities in organizing and building gas- 
works in all sections of the country (e. g. the Foundry pay 
book (1850) of the Chicago, HI. Gas Works and the ledger 
(1842-47) of the St. Louis (Mo.) Gas Works. Lee's cor- 
respondence deals with the Chicago fire of 1871; the prob- 
lems of building gasworks in Albany, Troy, and Utica, 
N. Y., as well as Chicago and St. Louis; and other business 
activities. 
Gift of Mr. Harry E. Sprogell, 1964. 



S3 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



... MS 65-829 

Lippincott family. 

Papers of the Lippincott, Horstmann and Coles families, 
1775-1950. ca. 5000 items. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 

Chiefly business papers relating to Sigmund Horstmann 
(1821-1870), manufacturer of Army uniforms and other 
items, and his son-in-law, Walter Lippincott (1849-1927), 
partner in the J. B. Lippincott Publishing Company of 
Philadelphia; together with family papers including ma- 
terials concerning the Craig, Horstmann, and Lippincott 
estates. Contains mss. of the books Publishers and authors 
by Lippincott and Wound-stripes (1921) by his daughter, 
Bertha Horstmann (Lippincott) Coles; an interview of Ad- 
miral George Dewey by Lippincott; materials relating to 
his promotion of American armed might (1916) and Mrs. 
Coles' activities for the Service Club during both World 
Wars; items relating to Lippincott's active interest in art 
including prints of all the oil paintings which received the 
Walter Lippincott prize for the best American work of the 
year; and photo, albums and prints on linen of Sigmund 
Horstmann and Garibaldi in Italy (1860). 

Gift of Mrs. E. Coles Langhorne, 1964. 



»» „ _^ » MS65-830 

MeCarty & Davis, Philadelphia. 

Records, 1816-44. 39 v. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 

Receipt books, account books including Thomas Davis' 
household accounts (1818-44), eashbooks (1816-23), bank- 
books (1822-44), daybooks, and ledgers covering the entire 
transactions of the business of William MeCarty and Thomas 
Davis, booksellers and publishers. 

Purchase, 1964. 



D „ MS 65-831 

Rogers, Horace. 

Papers of Horace Rogers and Kate Rogers, 1849-82. 250 
items. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 

Correspondence, newspaper dippings, and other papers of 
Kogers and his wife, Kate Rogers; together with letters of 
Horace Jayne (1859-1913), dean and professor of biology at 
the University ot Pennsylvania. Includes material pertain- 
ing to spiritualism, the Henry Seybert Commission on 
Spiritualism, and family matters, and letters from Kate 
Rogers to Carolyn Rogers and other members and friends of 
the family. 



„ , . „ MS 65-882 

Vauclain, Samuel Matthews, 1856-1940. 

Delaware River Bridge papers, 1920-27. ca. 1500 items. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 

Chairman of the board of the Baldwin Locomotive Works, 
member of the Delaware River Bridge Joint Commission of 
the States of Pennsylvania and New Jersey, and civic leader, 
of Philadelphia. Detailed blueprints of properties pur- 
chased for the bridge site; photos of the bridge (now known 
as the Benjamin Franklin Bridge) demolition work, and 
the Remington Arms Company ; clippings dealing with argu- 
ments over the location of the bridge and the question of 
tolls; and other papers written to political and business 
leaders revealing planning and progress of the construction 
which was completed in 1926. 

Gift of Samuel M. Vauclain m, 1964. 



94 



MS 65-833 
Vetterlein, Theodore H 

Papers, 1869-86. ca. 300 items. 

In Historical Society of Pennsylvania collections. 

Tobacco merchant, of Philadelphia. Correspondence and 
other papers dealing with the buying and selling of tobacco 
for Julius Vetterlein & Company, several lawsuits involving 
Vetterlein and the firm, and family affairs. 

Purchased from Mr. Robert Heath, Jr. 

aj, tv ^ MS65-534 

Adlow, Dorothy, 1902-1964. 

Papers, 1923-64. 1 box and 36 v. 
In Radcliffe College, Women's Archives (A-138) 
Art critic for the Christian Science monitor. Correspond- 
ence including letters from H K Mencken, Marianne Moore 
(23 items) and prominent artists; clippings of Dorothy Ad- 
loVs articles in the Christian Science monitor; and other 
papers. Includes some material on collectors and collecting. 

*■«. o ^ MS 65-835 

Anthony, Susan BrowneU, 1820-1906. 
Papers, 1815-1944. 2 boxes. 
In Radcliffe College, Women's Archives (A-143) 
Reformer and suffragist Diaries, letters, speeches, family 
papers, and photos. Names and subjects represented include 
Carrie Chapman Catt, Anna Howard- Shaw, antislavery, the 
Canajoharie Academy, social life and customs of New Eng- 
land and New York State, temperance, and women's suffrage. 

MS 65-836 
Blackwell family. 

Papers, 1835-1933. 10 boxes and 1 package. 
In Radcliffe College, Women's Archives (A-143) 
Correspondence, diaries, reminiscences, biographical and 
autobiographical material, photos., and memorabilia relat- 
ing to three generations of the Blackwell family: Samuel 
Blackwell; his children, Drs. Elizabeth and Emily Black- 
well, Henry Blackwell and his wife, Lucy (Stone) Black- 
well, and Samuel Charles Blackwell and his wife Antoinette 
(Brown) Blackwell; and the third generation including 
Alice Stone Blackwell, daughter of Henry Blackwell! 
Names represented include Helena Blavatsky, Elizabeth 
Garrett, Isabella Beecher Hooker, Sophia Jex-Blake, Sarah 
Stone Lawrence, and Frances Willard. Subjects repre- 
sented include the American Colonization Society, Amer- 
ican Woman's Education Association, antislavery, the New 
York Infirmary, prostitution, the social life and customs 
of New York City, spiritualism, the "Woman's journal." 
women in medicine, and women's suffrage. 



MS 65-837 
Cabot, Ella (Lyman) 1866-1934. 
Papers, 1855-^1934. 12 boxes. 
In Radcliffe College, Women's Archives (A-139) 
Author and educator. Correspondence; drafts and notes 
for Mrs. Cabot's lectures; articles; and books on philosophy, 
ethics, education, psychology, and religion. The corre- 
spondence includes letters of Mrs. Cabot; her father, Arthur 
Theodore Lyman, written while traveling in Europe and 
during the Civil War; and her husband, Richard Clarke 
Cabot, written to her during their courtship. Includes 
material on her family life and public activities, civil serv- 
ice reform, World War i, idealism, King's Chapel, prohibi- 
tion, religious education, and Unitarianism. Persons repre- 
sented include Elizabeth (Dwight) Cabot, James Elliot 
Cabot, John Amory Lowell and other members of the Lo- 
well family, members of the Lyman family, Josiah Royce, 
Mary Pratt Sears, and Anne Douglas Sedgwick. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 66-838 
Denison House, Boston. 

Records, 1892-1960. 3 boxes and 16 v. 
In Radcliffe College, "Women's Archives (B-27) 
Reports, minutes, daybooks, and clippings of Denison 
House, a college settlement house in Dorchester, Mass. (now 
part of Boston), founded in 1892 by a group of college edu- 
cated women including Emily Balch (1867-1961) and "Vida 
Scudder (1861-1954). 

r-u t ~ , MS65-S89 

Gilder, Jeanette Leonard, 1849-1916. 
Papers, 1865-1917. 1 box. 
In Radcliffe College, Women's Archives (A-141) 
Journalist, critic, and author. Correspondence and other 
personal and professional papers. Includes correspondence 
with newspapers, editors, literary figures including Con- 
stance Cary Harrison (1843-1920), and publishers (1885- 
91) and materials relating to Miss Gilder's editorship of the 
Critic (later Putnam's monthly) which she and her brother, 
Richard Watson Gilder (1844-1909) , founded in 1881. Also 
includes letters to Miss Gilder, while attending Bridgeton 
Female Seminary in New Jersey, from her mother, Jane 
(Nutt) Gilder, and her brother, Richard. 

« *_. ™. . MS 65-840 

Henrotin, Ellen M (Martin) 1847-1922. 

Papers, 1865-1921. 4 boxes. 
In Radcliffe College, Women's Archives (A-142) 
Correspondence, speeches, and other papers relating to the 
interests and activities of Mrs. Henrotin, wife of Charles 
Henrotin (a Chicago banker). Includes materials relating 
to reform movements, social welfare, labor, suffrage, Chicago 
charities, prostitution, Chicago Woman's Club, General 
Federation of Women's Clubs, and the World's Columbian 
Exposition (1893). Persons represented in the papers in- 
clude Mrs. Bertha Honore Palmer (1849-1918). 

MS 65-841 
May family. 

May-Goddard family papers, 1766-1904. 2 boxes and 2 v. 

In Radcliffe College, Women's Archives (A-134) 

Correspondence, diaries, documents, account books, 
photos , and memorabilia of the May and Goddard families 
of New England. Includes the papers of Abigail Williams 
May (1829-1888), Boston reformer and one of the first 
woman members of the Boston School Committee, contain- 
ing letters from prominent suffragists, abolitionists, and 
authors; women's diaries and account books of the 18th and 
19th centuries; and material about the social life and cus- 
toms in Boston and New England, education, the Dawes 
family, and the New England Hospital for Women and 
Children. Persons represented include Louisa May Alcott, 
Ednah Dow Cheney, Julia Ward Howe, Frederick Warren 
Goddard May (1821-1904), Samuel May (1810-1899), Sam- 
uel J. May (1797-1871), Elizabeth Stuart Phelps, and Lucy 
Stone. 

list of correspondents in the repository. 



MS65-842 
West, Helen (Hunt) 1892-1963. 

Papers, 1917-64. 2 boxes and 5 v. 
In Radcliffe College, Women's Archives (A-140) 
Lawyer and journalist, of Florida. Correspondence, 
speeches, photos , and clippings relating to Mrs. West's ac- 
tivities in the suffrage movement, the National Woman's 
Party, the campaign for the passage of the Equal rights 
amendment to the Constitution, and the "50-50" bill in the 
1935 Florida Legislature which called for equal represen- 
tation of men and women on party committees in the State. 
Persons represented include Mary W.Dewson, Alice Paul, 
and Jane Norman Smith. 



95 



MS 65-843 
Holt, Hamilton, 1872-1951. 

Papers, 1872-1951. 93 boxes and 35 v. 

In Rollins College Library. 

Journalist, internationalist, and president of Rollins Col- 
lege, Winter Park, Fla. Correspondence, diaries, biograph- 
ical and genealogical data, legal documents, galley proofs, 
35 scrapbooks, copies of the magazine "The Independent," 
mss. of books and proposed books, speeches, pamphlets, 
leaflets, writings, 'book reviews, autographed pictures, and 
newspaper clippings. Includes data pertaining to journal- 
ism, education, politics, labor, social reform, peace move- 
ments, and international organization. 

Indexes to the correspondence and the scrapbooks are in 
the Register of Hamilton Holt papers (1964), processed by 
Peter E. Robinson. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Holt's children, 1953. 

MS 65-844 
Greene, Clay Meredith, 1850-1933. 
Papers, 1875-1930. 5 ft. 

In the University of Santa Clara Library (Santa Clara, 
Calif.) 

Playwright Chiefly mss. of Victorian dramas, melo- 
dramas, and comedies produced in San Francisco, New 
York, and on the road; correspondence; unpublished mem- 
oirs of Greene; photos ; poems; playbills; banquet pro- 
grams; and two scrapbooks of published articles from the 
"Golden era" and other sources. Includes many short plays 
produced by the Lambs Club in New York, the Olympic 
Club in San Francisco, and various New York yacht clubs. 
Correspondents include the Belasco Theatre, William H. 
Crane, Erlanger Productions, the Lambs Club, and Jacob 
Lit*. 
Research access restricted until July 30, 1966. 
Information on literary rights available in the repository. 
Gift of Greene's step-son. 

MS 65-845 
Broughton family. 

Papers, 1703-1854. 100 items and 5 v. 

In South Carolina Historical Society collections. 

Correspondence, wills, land conveyances, plats, and inven- 
tories of the Broughton family of Mulberry Plantation on 
the Cooper River and of St. George, Dorchester, S. C. 

Described in South Carolina historical magazine, v. 45 
(1944) p. 114 and v. 47 (1946) p. 176. 

Gifts of Clarence Blair Mitchell and Joseph Ferguson 
Heyward. 

MS65-846 
Conner family. 

Papers, 1844-1938. 60 feet. 

In South Carolina Historical Society collections. 

Correspondence, accounts, business papers, books of briefs, 
mortgage foreclosures, notes of title, Masonic papers, and 
other papers of Henry Workman Conner (1797-1861), James 
Conner (1829-1883), and Henry Workman Conner n (1868- 
1938), lawyers, entrepreneurs, political, and business leaders 
in Charleston, S. C. Includes papers covering Henry W. 
Conner's presidency of the Bank of Charleston (1841-50) 
and of the South Carolina Railroad Company (1850-61) ; 
letters relating to the role of Henry W. Conner n as chair- 
man of the Charleston Democratic Executive Committee and 
his efforts to secure the Federal district attorneyship in 
1913 ; material on rifle clubs, James Conner's land in Clayton, 
Ga., and Atchison, Kan., and his term as attorney general of 
South Carolina; and letter books for the law firm of Porter 
and Conner (1865-74), Greenville and Columbia Railroad 
(1878-83), and the South Carolina Railroad (1856-78). 

Unpublished guide in the repository. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



Pinckney family. 

Papers, 1708-1878. 2 ft. 

In South Carolina Historical Society collections. 

In part, transcripts (handwritten) of letters (1739-83) 
of Eliza Lucas Pinckney and photocopies of originals in the 
Pinckney papers (1709-1866) in the possession of the Li- 
brary of Congress. 

Correspondence, accounts, receipts, land, legal, estate, and 
other papers of Charles Pinckney (1699-1758), Elizabeth 
(Lucas) Pinckney (1721-1793), Charles Cotesworth Pinck- 
ney (1746-1825), Harriott (Pinckney) Horry (1748-1830), 
Thomas Pinckney (1750-1828) and other members of the 
Pinckney and related families. Most of the papers belong 
to the second generation of Pinckneys and reflect family 
affairs and plantation life in South Carolina in the late 18th 
and early 19th centuries. Includes six letter books (1791- 
1814) of Thomas Pinckney containing copies of his diplo- 
matic correspondence as minister to Great Britain, relating 
to his negotiations with Spain, and covering his command 
of the 6th and 7th Districts in the War of 1812; and letters 
and passports (1828-29) relating to Benjamin Hirer's 
"Grand Tour." 

Letters of Eliza (Lucas) Pinckney have been excerpted or 
published in Eliza Pinckney by Harriott Horry (Rutledge^ 
Kavenal (1896) and Journal and letters of Eliza Lucas, 
edited by Harriott Pinckney Holbrook (1850) ; letter of 
Edward Rutledge to his son (1796) published in South 
Carolina historical magazine, voL 64 (1963) p. 67-72; letters 
of Eleanor Parke Lewis published in South Carolina his- 
torical magazine, vol. 63 (1962) p. 12-17; and letter of Capt. 
C. C. Pinckney to R. S. Ripley published in The War of the 
Rebellion, v. 28, pt. 1, p. 520-21. 

Research access partially restricted. 



o, . . „ MS 65-848 

bcnirmer, Jacob Frederick, 1803-1880. 

Diary and other papers, 1806-86. 1 ft. 

In South Carolina Historical Society collections. 

Merchant, of Charleston, S. C. Daily journal (1826-86) 
containing records of marriages, deaths, and events in 
Charleston; a few newspaper clippings; and a transcription 
made by bchirmer of a register of deaths (1806-80) con- 
taining coffin plate inscriptions giving names, death dates, 
and age of the deceased. From 1806-51 the inscriptions 
were recorded by SehirmerV uncle, Edward George Sass 
and his son. The entries from 1851-80 were copied by 
Schirmer from his own diary records. For six years after 
Schirmer's death the diary entries were made by a member 
of his family. 

Index in the repository. 



MS 65-849 
Smith, WiDiam Loughton, 1758-1812. 

Papers, 1774-1832. 2 ft 

In South Carolina Historical Society collections. 

Politician, diplomat, and lawyer of Charleston, S. C. 
Correspondence, travel journals with expense accounts 
(1781-98), ms. of a tragedy, some dramatic criticism, notes 
on "Phocian," accounts, Smith's estate papers (1812-32), 
list of objets d'art purchased abroad (1805), and other 
papers. Includes information concerning Smith's litigation 
(1792-1812) of the Luxembourg claims (many in French) ; 
abstracts of cases (1795-1805) determined in the constitu- 
tional courts at Charleston and Columbia, S. C. ; the estates 
and accounts he administered including those of Joseph 
Allen Smith, William Crafts, Barnard Elliott, and William 
Wragg (d. 1803) ; and his interests in the Catawba Com- 
pany (1787-1814), the Norfolk Canal (1787-1815), the San- 



96 



tee Canal (1792-1815) and the Wraggborough Canal (ca. 
1805), including accounts of John F. Grimke, C. C. Pinck- 
ney, David Ramsay, and Thomas Sumter. Also includes 
letters by Smith to Edward Rutledge reflecting views on 
foreign and internal affairs and correspondence and ac- 
counts (1787-1812) with David Campbell, Smith's agent. 

Information on literary rights in the repository. 

Gift and purchase, 1959-62. 

MS 65-850 
South Carolina Historical Society. 

Episcopal Church records in South Carolina, 1694-1962. 
ca. 12 ft 

In South Carolina Historical Society collections. 

In part, transcripts (handwritten and typewritten). 

Church registers, vestry minutes, financial accounts, cor- 
respondence, women's auxiliary records, pew plans and rec- 
ords, plats of church lands, scrapbeoks, and other church 
records. Includes records (1762-1891) of the Society for 
the Relief of the Widows and Orphans of the Clergy of the 
Protestant Episcopal Church, and treasurer's book (1857- 
63) of the Charleston Protestant Episcopal Female Domes- 
tic Missionary Society. Churches represented include Christ 
Church and St Michael's Church in Charleston; St James 
Church. Goose Creek; Sheldon Church, Prince William's 
Parish; All Saints Church, Hampton; and St Helena's 
Church, Beaufort. 

Access partially restricted. 

Some of the registers have been published separately and 
some have been published in various volumes of the South 
Carolina historical magazine. 

MS65-861 
Sooth Carolina Historical Society. 

Records relating to St. John's Parish, Berkeley Ca, S C, 
1760-1853. 7 v. 

In South Carolina Historical Society collections. 

Records of the Commissioners of the High Roads of St 
John's Parish include treasurers' records (1825-53), lists of 
property owners, and minutes (1760-1836), giving names of 
c ommissi oners and information about taverns and roads. 
Records (1823-40) of the Police Association of St John's 
and St. Stephen's Parishes are composed of the constitution 
of the association, treasurer's record, and other records kept 
intermittently, whenever danger from runaway or armed 
slaves seemed to call for special vigilance. Records (1823- 
39) of the Pineville Association comprise a secretary's book 
and a treasurer's record. 

Index to the records of the Commissioners of the High 
Roads in repository. Also described in South Carolina his- 
torical and genealogical magazine, v. 48 (1947) p. 48, 49-50. 

Gifts of the heirs of William Cain and of Florence 
Ravenel Lucas. 

MS 65-852 
Sooth Carolina Historical Society. 

Travel journals, diaries, and memoirs, 1760-1907. ca. 2 
feet 

In South Carolina Historical Society collections. 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) . 

Diaries, journals, memoirs, and recollections of travels in 
the District of Columbia, Maryland, North Carolina, and 
Virginia; from Philadelphia, Pa. to Charleston, S. C. 
(1765) ; from Charleston, S. C. to New Haven, Conn. (1832) ; 
and in England, France, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Lorraine, 
and Switzerland; together with a transcript of letters (1810) 
of an American traveler describing places in the United 
States and Canada. Includes a diary (1856) of J. E. Me- 
Pherson Washington written at the University of Virginia 
and Charleston, S. C; diary (1864-65) of John Gadsden 
describing life in and around Charleston, S. C; memoirs of 
Frederick Adolphus Porcher; atss. of variants of the pub- 
lished version of "Rice planter and sportsman ; the recollec- 
tions of J. Motte Alston, 1821-1909" (1953) ; and an auto- 
biography of the Rev. Paul Trapier describing his work as 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



South Carolina Historical Sodety. Travel journals, 

diaries, and memoirs, 1760-1907. (Continued) 
an Episcopal minister among the South Carolina Negroes 
and his role in guiding the Episcopal Church in the Confed- 
erate and post-bellum period. Names of writers include Isa- 
bella Bowen Farber, John George Keysler, Bandall Hunt, 
Stephen Ravenel, Pelatiah Webster, and John Blake White. 

Diary of Pelatiah Webster published in the Publications 
of the Southern History Association, v. 2 (1898) ; journal of 
John Blake White published in South Carolina historical 
magazine, v. 42. 43 (1941-42) ; memoirs of Frederick Adol- 
phus Porcher published in part in South Carolina historical 
magazine, v. 44-48 (1943-47) ; and autobiography of the 
Bev. Paul Trapier published in Publications of the Dalcho 
Historical Society of the Diocese of South Carolina no 7 
(1954). 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Gifts of various persons including Henry C. Bobertson. 

MB 65-853 
Barnes, Mary (Sheldon) 1850-1888, collector. 

Pacific Slope manuscripts, 1769-1895. 1 ft. 

In Stanford University Libraries. 

History teacher. Letters, reminiscences, interviews, and 
term papers written for and collected by Mrs. Barnes and 
her students in Pacific Slope history. Includes ires, of Wil- 
liam B. Ide and others on the Bear Flag Revolt; letter by 
Jessie B. Fremont; and letters of Moses Shallenberger and 
transcript of an interview giving his account of a journey to 
California in 1844. 

Unpublished register in the library. 

Gift 

MS 65— 854 
Galsworthy, John, 1867-1933. 
Papers, 1912-32. 135 items. 
In Stanford University Libraries. 

English novelist and dramatist Letters chiefly to Leon 
Lion and Sheila Kaye-Smith and one literary ms. 
Unpublished register in the repository. 
Information on literary rights available in the repository. 
Gifts of Felton EDdns, Dr. Lorie Tarshis, and Nathan 
van Patten; and purchased from W. Wreden. 

MS 65-855 
Guerard, Albert Leon, 1880-1959. 

Correspondence, 1909-58. ca. 2 ft. (719 items) 

In Stanford University Libraries. 

College professor and author. Letters mainly to Guerard 
from authors, educators, and statesmen. Includes corre- 
spondence relating to world government; pamphlets and 
correspondence on "auxiliary languages"; and letters to his 
publishers, Scribner, and T. Fisher Unwin (England). Cor- 
respondents include Gertrude Atherton, Bernard Berenson, 
Van Wyck Brooks, D. W. Brogan, James Branch Cabell, 
Ernest Dimnet Dorothy Canfield Fisher, Herbert Hoover, 
Julian S. Huxley, David Starr Jordan, Thomas Mann, 
Andre Maurois, H. L Mencken, Lewis Mumford, and Andre 
Siegfried. 

Unpublished register in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of the Guerard family, 1960. 

MS65-856 
Hopkins, Timothy, 1859-1937, collector. 

Transportation collection, 1830-92. 12 ft (2782 items) 

In Stanford University libraries. 

Mainly papers of officials of the Central Pacific Railroad 
{pertaining to its construction and development and some 
papers relating to English, Indian, and U. S. railroads 
(1830-68). Includes letters and telegrams (1862-70) of 
Butler Ives; letters, ledgers, and other papers (1859-92) of 
Edward H. Miller, Jr.; letters from Coltis P. Huntington 
to Mark Hopkins, L&land Stanford, Alfred A. Cohen and 



others; and correspondence between Alfred A. Cohen, Ed- 
ward B. Crocker, E. E. Hewitt, Mark Hopkins, and Wil- 
liam B. Ralston. 

Unpublished register in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Hopkins, Mrs. E. H. Miller, Jr., M. A. Ives, 
and others. 

MS 65-857 
Jacks, David, 1822-1909. 

Papers, 1845-1905. ca. 3 ft. (ca. 3750 items) 

In Stanford University Libraries. 

Businessman, of Monterey, Calif. Correspondence, legal 
and official documents, financial papers, maps, photos, and 
prints, and clippings. Mainly items relating to loans made 
to others, lands acquired, management of properties and 
legal claims, and suits involving lands in Monterey, Carmel, 
and the Salinas Valley in California. Includes business, 
legal, and financial correspondence with persons in other 
areas of California and Washington, D. C, and some cor- 
respondence with family and friends in Scotland. Persons 
represented include Delos Rodeyn Ashley (1828-1873), Cor- 
nelius Cole (1822-1924), and Luther Halsey Gulick, Sr. 
(1828-1891). 
■ Unpublished register in the library. 

Described and some items published in David Jacks of 
Monterey, and Lee L Jacks, his daughter (1945) by Arthur 
Eugene Bestor, Jr. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of the Jacks family, 1945. 



MS 65-858 
Lander family. 

Papers, 1848-63. 200 items. 

In Stanford University Libraries. 

Correspondence; legal, financial, and military documents; 
photos.; political and military broadsides; clippings; and 
printed material chiefly of Edward Lander (1816-1907), 
lawyer, soldier during the Mexican War, judge of Indiana. 
Court of Appeals (1850) , chief justice of the Supreme Court 
of Washington Territory (1853), and counsel for Hudson's 
Bay Company (1857) and Frederick William Lander (1822- 
1862), chief civil engineer for Gov. Isaac L Stevens of 
Washington Territory. 

Unpublished register in the repository. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Deposited by Mrs. Lander-West McDonnell. 



MS 65-859 
lind-Goldschmidt Jenny Maria, 1820-1887. 

Papers of Jenny Lind and Otto Goldschmidt. 1835-1917. 
2 ft. (ca. 500 items) 

In Stanford University Libraries. 

Correspondence (1835-97), financial papers, musical com- 
positions, and other papers. Includes published and unpub- 
lished biographical material about Miss Lind, a sre. copy of 
her contract with P. T. Barnum {1849), scores used by her 
in concerts and dedication pieces of contemporary composers, 
an autobiographical sketch of Goldschmidt papers pertain- 
ing to his composition "Ruth" and his work with the Bach 
Choir of London, mss. of his musical compositions, and com- 
positions by Julius Benedict (1804-1885), Niels W. Gade 
(1817-1890), Adolf F. Lindblad (1801-1878), and Karl 
Reinecke (1824-1910). 

Unpublished register in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Samuel Stark, 1963. Formerly owned by Mrs. 
Frank Waters, a great granddaughter of Miss Lind. 



97 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



¥• » - MS 65-860 

Lissner, Meyer, 1871-1930. 

Papers, 1903-23. ca. 30 ft. (40,000 items) 

In Stanford University Libraries. 

In part, transcripts and photocopies (negative) made in 
1934 of original Theodore Roosevelt letters in the possession 
of the Lissner family. 

Lawyer and politician, of Los Angeles, Calif. Corre- 
spondence, legal and financial papers, photos., clippings and 
miscellaneous printed matter including circulars, news re- 
leases, speeches and political handbills. The papers are 
almost entirely political with particular emphasis on the 
non-partisan reform movement in Los Angeles beginning 
about 1906, the organization of the Lincoln-Roosevelt Re- 
publican League (1907), and the Progressive movement 
especially in California through Hiram W. Johnson's presi- 
dential campaign (1920). Correspondents include Albert 
J. Beveridge, California outlook, a progressive magazine 
(1811-14), Joseph M. Dixon, Edwin T. Earl, Francis J 
Heney, Harold L. Ickes, Hiram Warren Johnson, William 
Kent, Robert M. LaFollette, Joseph Medill McCormick, 
John Francis Neylan, George W. Perkins, Gifford Pinchot, 
Theodore Roosevelt, Chester H Rowell, Samuel M. Short- 
ndge,, William D. Stephens, William Allen White, Clinton 
Rogers Woodruff. John Downey Works, and Clement Cal- 
houn Young. 

Unpublished guide in the repository. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Ortft of the Lissner family, 1934 and 1963. 

, j MS 66-861 

London, Jack, 1876-1916. 

Papers, 1897-1916. 182 items. 

In Stanford University Libraries. 

One letter is a facsimile. 

Author. Chiefly letters by London to Mabel and Edward 
Applegarth and to his agent in London, James B. Pinker; 
two notes by London ; mss. of two novels; six poems by Lon- 
don ; and five poems by Edward Applegarth. 

Unpublished register in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Christian de Guigne, 1964, and other acquisitions. 

Loomis, Francis Butler, 1861-1948 MS 65-862 

Papers, 1897-1939. 5 ft. (ca. 2000 items) 

In Stanford University Libraries. 

Diplomat and journalist Correspondence, photos., dip- 
pings, pamphlete and other papers. CorrespondencTrel^ 
m^Tnl^ ^ U.S. Minister to^enezuela (im- 
1901) .misconduct charges against Loomis by his successor 
at the Venezuelan post, Herbert Bowen; his service « Se^ 
tary of State ad interim (1905) during the Panama issue; 
and his interests after his retirement from government serv- 
ice. Includes material on Loomis' mission as Special Am- 
bassador to France (1905) to receive the remains of John 
Paul Jones and material from Philippe Jean Bunau-Varilla 
on the Panama CanaL Correspondents include John Bar- 
rett, Herbert Bowen, Philippe Jean Bunau-Varilla, Andrew 
Carnegie, Calvin Coolidge, William H. Crocker, Henry P 

Albert C. Dillingham, Rudolf Dolge, Joseph B Foraker 
Lloyd C Griscom, Joseph C. Grew, Mark A. Hanna, War- 
ren G. Harding, Benjamin Harrison, John Hay David 
Jayne HU1, AHral Holman, Herbert Hoover, <Sar£ E 

5^ % C °w U t5 uU ' F ^ ak B - KeU °gS> PMander Knox 
Henry Cabot Lodge, William McKmley, John Bassett 
Moore, S. F. B. Morse, Whitelaw Reid, Theodore Roos^" 
Elihu Root, Robert Peet Skinner, Frank Steinhart, Henry 
L. Stimson, Oscar S. Straus, Robert A. Taft, Sumner 
Welles, and Leonard Wood. 

Unpublished register in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Florence Loomis, 1964. 



98 



« 4. * v., MS65-863 

Murat Achille, prince, 1801-1847. 

Papers, 1809-45. ca. 3 ft. (2100 items) 

In Stanford University Libraries. 

In part, transcripts (handwritten). 

Author. Mainly letters from various members of the 
Murat and Bonaparte families to Murat, the son of Joa- 
chim Murat (King of Naples) and Caroline Maria Annun- 
ciate Carolina (Bonaparte) Murat (sister of Napoleon i). 
Includes correspondence regarding Murat's attempt to orga- 
nize a Belgium Foreign Legion in the 1830's; mss. of his 
writings on politics, economics, slavery, and literature; and 
family legal papers. The letters are in French, Italian and 
English. 

Unpublished register and card index to the collection in 
the library. 

Gift of Homer R. Spence, 1947-5L Formerly owned by 
M Bonzell, Lomme-Lez-Lille, France. 



W ^ „ MS66-864 

Needham, James Carson, 1864-1942. 

Papers, 1893-1936. 5 ft (ca. 9000 items.) 

In Stanford University Libraries. 

U. S. Representative from California (1899-1913) and 
judge of Superior Court of California (1919-1935). Corre- 
spondence, legal and financial papers, speeches, notes, clip- 
pings, and photos, relating to Needham^ congressional 
career, bis connection with the Newman Oil Company in the 
1920's, and the Covered Wagon Babies Club (1925-36) . The 
congressional correspondence reflects Needham's interest in 
conservation, forestry and irrigation, Indian affairs, patron- 
age, and his service on the Public Lands Committee and the 
Committee for Insular Possessions. 

Unpublished register in the library. 



», , MS 65-865 

Parker, Paul Percy, 1880- ooUector. 

Californiana collection, 1782-1936. ca. 100 items. 

In Stanford University Libraries. 

In part, photocopies of the Hartwell census of California 
ranchos (1836) in the University of California Bancroft 
Library (Berkeley) 

Some correspondence, mss. of narratives and memoirs, of- 
ficial documents, legal and financial papers, clippings, and 
printed material dealing predominantly with the Monterey 
and Salinas Valley areas mostly prior to 1900. Includes 
documents signed by a number of officials and pioneers in 
California such as Jose Figueroa, Mexican governor of Cali- 
fornia (1833-35) ; David Spence, an early pioneer; and Wal- 
ter Colton, alcalde at Monterey (1846-49) and author of 
Three years in California (1850). 

Unpublished register in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the Library- 
Gift of Mr. Parker, 1963. 

MS 65-866 
Quicksilver Milling Company. 

Records, 1851-1920. 1 ft. (175 items) 

In Stanford University Libraries. 

Primarily legal material with some correspondence, finan- 
cial papers, and other papers relating to the mining of quick- 
silver in New Almaden, Calif. Includes material about 
land claims and mineral disputes between the New Almaden 
Company and the Quicksilver Mining Company ^ima-ring 
in the transfer of the New Almaden Company's properties 
to the Quicksilver Mining Company in 1863 and material 
on the Larios-Fossat case. 

Unpublished register in the repository. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 65-867 
Rose, Alice M collector. 

Lincoln-Roosevelt Republican League collection, 1900-43. 
ca. 2 feet (ca. 1000 items) 

In Stanford University Libraries. 

In part, typescripts of letters and other material in various 
collections of the Stanford University Library gathered by 
Miss Rose for her doctoral dissertation in 1942. 

Correspondence and reports of personal interviews relat- 
ing to the origins of the Lincoln-Roosevelt Republican 
League founded in 1907, principally in California. Ma- 
terials prior to the late 1930's are copied from other collec- 
tions in Stanford University Libraries, and the remainder 
are correspondence and interviews resulting from Miss 
Rose's research. Principal names mentioned include Thomas 
R. Bard, John R. Haynes, Meyer Lissner, George C. Pardee, 
Arthur J. Pillsbury, Chester H. Rowell, and Lincoln Stef- 
fens. 

Unpublished guide in the repository. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Gift of Miss Rose. 



MS 65-868 
Shatter, William Ruf us, 1835-1906. 

Papers, 1862-1904. 3 ft. (ca. 5000 items) 

In Stanford University Libraries 

In part, transcripts. 

Army officer. Correspondence, sketches, maps, photos., 
cartoons, clippings, broadsides and other printed material, 
and other papers chiefly military in nature and predomi- 
nantly relating to the Spanish American War. Includes 
some papers relating to Shafter's career in the Civil Wax 
and on the Texas frontier, the Congressional Medal of Honor 
which he was awarded, and the scandal arising from his con- 
troversial actions during the Spanish American War. Also 
includes letters and memoranda by Shafter concerning rela- 
tions between the American expeditionary force and the 
Cuban rebels under Garcia, several Spanish Army docu- 
ments expressing the Spanish view of American war aims, 
and Spanish opinion of the Cuban populace. Correspond- 
ents include Russell A. Alger, Henry Clark Corbin, George 
Dewey, Calixto Garcia Ifiiguez, William McK3nley, Kelson 
A. Miles, Edward O. C. Ord, Elihu Root, William T. Samp- 
son, and Joseph Wheeler. 

Unpublished register in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Purchase, 1938. Formerly owned by W. H. McKittrick 
(Shafter's son-in-law). 



MS 65-869 
Stanford University. Libraries. 

Civil War and military papers, 1851-69. 1 ft. (ca. 850 
items) 

In Stanford University Libraries. 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) , facsimiles, and photo- 
copy of a letter. 

Chiefly correspondence and diaries of Civil War soldiers 
including George Arthur Bailey, 1st Massachusetts Infantry 
and Capt. of Company H, 37th U. S. Colored Troops; CoL 
Edward Martindale, served with 83d Regt., U. S. Infantry 
(Colored), 118th Regt. (Colored) and commanded the Pro- 
visional Brigade, U. S. Colored Troops, - 18th Army Corps 
and other Colored units; John Wesley Melhorn, Company C, 
10th Virginia Infantry, C. S. A.; Lemuel E. Newcomb 
(1838-1921), 11th Regt., Maine Volunteer Infantry; and 
Israel Spenser, Company A, 136th New York Volunteer In- 
fantry. Includes papers relating to the Army service of 
James Henry Carleton (1814-1823) in California and the 
Southwest (1851-65) ; records of Company M, 4th Illinois 
Volunteer Cavalry (1861-64) ; and muster rolls of Fort 



Duncan, Tex. (1857) and Fort Wayne, Mich. (1869). Sub- 
jects covered include Indian wars, Mountain Meadows Mas- 
sacre in Utah, Civil War action in Arizona and New Mexico, 
Libby Prison, Delaware Indians and railroad right-of-way, 
petition to free the slaves, Hampton Roads Peace Con- 
ference, sectionalism, and Civil War battles and experiences. 

Unpublished registers in the repository. 

Information on literary rights in the repository. 

Acquired from various sources. 



MS 65-870 
Stanford University. Libraries. 

Colonial and early American papers, 1739-1891. 1 ft. (195 
items) 

In Stanford University Libraries. 

In part, facsimiles and transcripts (typewritten). 

Correspondence, diaries, account book, financial, legal and 
land papers, clippings, and other papers from New York, 
Massachusetts, Connecticut, the proposed State of Franklin, 
and elsewhere. Includes papers relating to the Revolution- 
ary War, the War of 1812, the Mexican War, and to the pur- 
chase and/or transfer of property by members of the Rose- 
boom family and Benoni Rose in Cherry Valley, N. Y. 
Names mentioned include George Sewall Boutwell, Roger 
Bull, Aaron Burr, Henry Clay, Louis Duchambon, Benjamin 
Franklin, Samuel Kirkland, William Wing Loring, John 
Guerin Marquand, Noah Newton, William Pepperell, Thomas 
Robbing, Benjamin Rush, Philip Schuyler, William Shippen, 
Israel Shreve, Thomas Thornton, Amasa Walker, Daniel 
Webster, and Roger Wolcott. 

Unpublished register in the repository. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Acquired from various sources. 



MS 65-871 
Steele, Wilbur Daniel, 1886- 

Papers, 1907-61. 5 ft. (ca. 600 items) 

In Stanford University Libraries- 

Author. Correspondence, chiefly letters by Steele to vari- 
ous members of his family; xss. of 190 short stories by him 
and of 17 plays and novels; publishers agreements; photos. ; 
press releases ; clippings ; and other papers. Correspondents 
include Alfred Edgar Coppard, Katharine Fullerton Ger- 
ould, Kenneth MacGowan, Samuel Eliot Morison, Edward 
J. O'Brien, Vilhjabiiur Stefansson, John W. Vandercook, 
and Blanche Colton Williams. 

Unpublished register in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the Library. 

Gift of Mrs. J. F. Jenness and Wilbur D. Steele, 196L 



MS 65-872 
Sterling, George, 1869-1926. 

Papers, 1909-1946. 1 ft. (ca. 150 items) 

In Stanford University Libraries. 

In part, photocopies of original Theodore Dreiser letters 
in the University of Pennsylvania Library. 

Poet Correspondence, original drafts of poems, galley 
Droof . soncs. photos., and clippings. Correspondents include 
Albert Bender, Witter Bynner, Mrs. Margaret Cobb, Theo- 
dore Dreiser, Edwin Markham, and Robinson and Una Jef- 
fers. 

Unpublished register in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the Library. 

Gift of Rudolf Blaetter, 1955; Witter Bynner, 1960; and 
Mrs. A. M Bender, 1940-41. 



99 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 65-873 
White, William Allen, 1868-1944. 

Letters, 1889-1945. 142 items. 

In Stanford University Libraries. 

Journalist Mainly letters covering a wide range of sub- 
jects both topical and personal, from White to Helen Suthff, 
both of whom were in the Class of 1890 at the University of 
Kansas. Includes letters from Sallie Lindsay White and 
William Lindsay White. 

Unpublished register in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Helen Sutliff, 1946. 

MS 65-874 
Anthony, Martha (Farmer) collector. 

Fanner family papers, 1838-89. 300 items. 

In Tennessee State Library and Archives. 

Correspondence, legal documents, accounts, and other 
papers. Chiefly Civil War letters from Fort Donelson, 
Tenn., and Camp Butler, I1L, a northern prison, revealing 
the conditions of Confederate Army life written by William 
H Farmer, John Wesley Murphey, J. M Soyers, and G. T. 
Williams, all of Company A, 30th Tennessee Regt Other 
Civil War correspondents include K. B. Crockett, and Mrs. 
E. B. Keen of Ringgold, Va. The remaining portion of the 
correspondence is largely concerned with family affairs, re- 
ligious activities, and farm life ; and includes a description 
(1871) of the country, climate, and Indians near Cow Skins 
(later Wichita), Sedgewick Co., Kan. Other correspondents 
include R B. Crockett, Fannie Martin, G. P. Martin, Green 
Martin, of Cow Skins, Kan., Mary Martin, and Tom Martin 
of Pleasant Plains, 111. 

Unpublished register in the repository. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Deposited by Mrs. Robert Dodd. 

„„, MS65-875 

BeD family. 

Papers, 1796-1927. ca, 1 ft. (ca. 500 items) 

In Tennessee State Library and Archives. 

Correspondence, accounts, contracts, deeds, inventories of 
estates, records of the Cloverdale Seminary in Dickson Co., 
Term., biographical and genealogical data, autograph album, 
memorabilia, and other papers of members of the Bell fam- 
ily who emigrated to the U. S. from England and Ireland 
between 1810-34, and settled near Charlotte, Tenn., in Rich- 
mond, Va., in Pittsburgh, Pa., and vicinity, and near Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. The papers primarily relate to Walter Bell, 
who settled in Tennessee and engaged in the iron business 
and farming, and his children. Most of the correspondence 
is between his son, Dr. John BelL a physician in Philadel- 
phia, and his daughter, Anne Jane (Bell) Bell, who taught 
school in Nashville, Tenn., and at the Cloverdale Seminary. 
Dr. Bell's letters contain medical advice and information 
about diseases, his lectures, his medical pupils, and his trans- 
lation of a French medical work. Other correspondence is 
chiefly between Walter Bell's son, William Blackburn Bell, 
founder of the Cloverdale Seminary, and William's wife, 
Emma Caldwell Bell during the time he was a prisoner of 
war (1863-65) at Camp Morton, Ind. 

Unpublished register in the repository. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Gift of W. A. Bell, 1956. 

MS 66-876 
Buckner, Mary Elizabeth (Stay) 

Papers, 1818-1923. ca.4ft (3000 items) 
In Tennessee State Library and Archives. 
Correspondence, diaries, accounts, legal documents, reli- 
gious writings, genealogical data, slave lists, newspaper 
clippings, and other papers. Chiefly correspondence (1912- 
22) of Mrs. Buckner's husband, Henry K. Buckner, of Nash- 
ville, Tenn., primarily about his service in World War I 



100 



and papers relating to Mrs. Buckner's family in Mont- 
gomery, Ala. Includes information about the early settle- 
ment of Alabama Territory, the Civil War, Texas, New 
York, New England, Virginia, the Creek War (1836), 
Southern Female College, La Grange, Ga. (1855-56), 
and genealogical data about the Falconer, Hazard, Henry, 
James, Singleton, and Wardwell families. Correspondents 
include Mrs. Upshaw Buckner, Callie Clay, Dr. Hugh W. 
Henry, Mr. and Mrs. John Hazard Henry, Louisa Henry, 
Martha Henry, Mattie Henry. A. D. McCurdy, Mary Jane 
McCurdy, and T. C. McCurdy. " 

Unpublished register in the repository. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Deposited by Mrs. Buckner. 

MS 65-877 
Figuers family. 

Papers, 1764-1964. 500 items. 

In Tennessee State Library and Archives. 

In part, photocopies. 

Primarily genealogical data compiled by Sherrell and 
Alice Figuers of Columbia, Term., for inclusion in Dr. John 
Bennett Boddie's Historical southern families, v. 5 (1960). 
Includes correspondence, a diary, wills, marriage licensee, 
and deeds, military records, newspaper clippings, and photos, 
of the Figuers and related families: Bledsoe, Cheairs, Clen- 
dening, McCoy, Norfleet, Overton, Patterson, Perkins, 
O'Neal, Sherrell, Taylor, and Worsham. Civil War items 
include material relating to Major Nathaniel Francis 
Cheairs, 3d Tennessee Regiment 

Unpublished register in the repository. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Gift of Sherrell Figuers and Alice Figuers. 

„ . „ MS65-878 

Hams, George Carroll, 1836-1911. 

Papers, 1836-86. ca. 250 items. 

In Tennessee State Library and Archives. 

Episcopal clergyman in Nashville and Memphis, Tenn., 
and Mt Helena, Miss. Primarily family correspondence, 
genealogical data, scrapbook, and other papers of Harris 
and other members of the Harris family, chiefly in Louisi- 
ana. Includes information on Southern life before, during, 
and after the Civil War, Louisiana and national politics, 
slave labor, the raising of cotton, steamboats, railroads, the 
weather, farm conditions, the postal service, the Civil War, 
fever epidemics, the 1860 election, Andrew Johnson's im- 
peachment trial, and Reconstruction in Louisiana. Corre- 
spondents include Arthur H. Harris, Cornelia Harris, 
Elisha Myrick Harris, Elisha W. Harris, Margaret Harris, 
and William Harris. Names mentioned include John Bell, 
John Breckenridge, Braxton Bragg, Benjamin Franklin 
Cheatham, Stephen A. Douglas, Nathan Bedford Forrest, 
Ulysses S. Grant, Thomas Carmichael Hindman, Joseph E. 
Johnston, Abraham Lincoln, Bishop James Hervey Otey, 
Bishop Charles Todd Quintard, Daniel Ruggles, Carter Lit- 
tlepage Stevenson, and J. C. Vaughn. 

Unpublished register in the repository. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Purchased from Montgomery Cooper. 

„ MS 65-879 

Morton, Zilphia, 1910-1956, collector. 

Folk music collection, 1935-56. ca. 3 ft. (800 items) 
In Tennessee State Library and Archives. 
Director of music at Highlander Folk School in Grundy 
Co., Tenn. Correspondence, folksongs, labor union song- 
books, picket line songsheets, musical tapes, notes, printed 
items dealing with folk music, clippings, and other papers. 
Chiefly songs of social protest with historical information 
about most of the songs, the events about which the songs 
were written, or the composers. Includes material on folk 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



Horton, ZOphia, 1910-1956, collector. Folk music collec- 
tion, 1935-56. (Continued) 

and labor songs, history of folksongs, labor organizations, 
folk dancing, and projects of the Highlander Folk School, 
the leading training center for Southern labor and civil 
rights leaders (1932-61) . Correspondents include Guy Cara- 
van, George T. Guernsey, Waldemar Hille, Myles Horton, 
Allen Lewis, Lynn Rohrbough, Pete Seeger, and W. H. 
Westman. 

Register published by the Tennessee State Library and 
Archives in 1964: Zilphia Horton folk music collection, Reg- 
ister no. 6. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Gift of Mr. Myles Horton. 

MS65-880 
Jackson, Howell Edmunds, 1832-1895. 

Papers, 1864-1942. ca. 400 items. 

In Tennessee State Library and Archives. 

Lawyer, U. S. Senator from Tennessee, and Associate Jus- 
tice of the U. S. Supreme Court Correspondence, business 
and real estate papers, wills, deeds, indentures, photos^ news- 
paper clippings, and other papers of Jackson, his wife, Mary 
(Harding) Jackson, his brother, William H Jackson, and 
his brother's wife, Selene (Harding) Jackson. The family 
correspondence contains a number of letters written from 
Belle Meade Plantation, the home of William Giles Harding 
(father-in-law of the Jackson brothers), which was later 
owned and managed by William H. Jackson. 40 letters 
(1875-81) from Howell Jackson to his wife were written 
either when he was in Memphis, Term., on legal cases or in 
Washington, D. C, as a U. S. Senator, or when she was at 
Belle Meade Plantation (near Nashville, Tenn.) visiting her 
family. 

Unpublished register in the repository. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Gift of Mrs. Ellen McClung (Buckner) Wills, Mrs. Eliza- 
beth (Buckner) Maddin, and Mrs. Mary Harding (Buck- 
ner) Ragland. 

MS 65-881 
McCutchen family. 

Papers, 1818-1958. ca. 1 ft. (ca. 2000 items). 

In Tennessee State Library and Archives. 

Correspondence primarily about family affairs; accounts; 
bills; inventories of estates; obituaries and funeral notices; 
land, marriage, school, and slave records ; and other papers 
collected by Hildegard Smith for her book, The McCutchen 
Trace (1963?). Papers mainly relate to James McCutchen 
(1796-1864), son of Samuel and Catherine (Bell) Mc- 
Cutchen, and his business dealings particularly his admin- 
istration of various estates and his records as treasurer of the 
Nashville-Hillsborough Turnpike Company. Includes a 
diary (1814-15) giving troop movements during the War of 
1812 and an entry about the Battle of New Orleans, and rec- 
ords of the Harpeth Presbyterian Church in Williamson Co., 
Tenn., and the Presbyterian Synod. Correspondents include 
Mary Jane Caldwell, Mary "Polly" Caldwell, Patrick Henry 
McCutchen, and Samuel Bell McCutchen. 

Unpublished register available in the repository. 

Information on literary rights in the repository. 

Gift of Miss Hildegard Smith. 

MS 65-882 
McFarland, Lutie Moore. 

Genealogical papers, 1934-51. ea. 150 items and 15 v. 

In Tennessee State Library and Archives. 

Correspondence (1934-48), genealogical charts and forms, 
family lines and historical sketches, genealogical notes, 
photos., clippings and other printed matter. Includes 
genealogical data on the Bernard, Claiborne, Cumming, 
Dade, Dorsey, Douglas, Dulaney, Dunbar, Durrett, Green- 
berry, Hammond, Hanson, Harris, Hobbs, Kavanaugh, 
Lawrence, Luckett, McFarland, Miller, Moore, Overton, 



101 



Percy, Peyton, Randall, Bidgely, Boos, Sandy, Serope, 
Stafford, Sutherland, Talbott, Todd, Wallace, Wilsford, 
Warfield, and Woods families. 

Unpublished register available in the repository. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Gift of Mrs. Hilliard O. Wood. 

MS 65-883 
MeRaven, William Henry, 1894- 

Papers, 1851-1964. ca. 8 ft 

In Tennessee State Library and Archives. 

In part, photocopies. 

Author and collector, of Nashville, Tenn. Correspond- 
ence, diaries and writings of MeRaven, accounts, biograph- 
ical sketches, genealogical data, notes, clippings and other 
papers; together with some papers of Mrs. Margaret J. 
Morton (1828-1911) of Franklin, Tenn. McRaven's writ- 
ings include "A humorous commentary on the Rubaiyat of 
Omar Kahyam," "Shakespeare for those who don't like 
Shakespeare,'' and "Tennessee biographies." Includes gen- 
ealogical data relating to the Duncan, Elliott, Henderson, 
McFarlane, MeRaven, Morton, Stubblefield, Swanson, Tark- 
ington, and Terrell families; letters of William H. Me- 
Raven, Jr., while in the U. S. Army during World War n; 
a diary of Henry MeRaven during his travels through Mis- 
sissippi (1930) and his "Mississippi profiles"; scrapbooks 
containing menus, political cartoons by Joe Parrish, comic 
cartoons such as "Hambone's meditations" and "Sunflower 
street" ; historical articles from the "Semi- weekly farm; 
news," Dallas, Tex.; and pictorial album of the 1750-mile 
pipeline built (1953) by Anderson Brothers Corporation of 
Houston, Tex. Also contains information about John H. 
Eaton, McRaven's book "life and times of Edward Swan- 
son" (1937), and trail drivers and Indians of Texas. Cor- 
respondents include members of the Charles, Crutcher, Cur- 
rier, MeRaven, and Saxton families, and Evie (Stubble- 
field) Posey. 

Unpublished register in the repository. 
Open to investigators with restrictions accepted by the 
repository. 
Deposited by Mr. MeRaven. 

MS 65-884 
Moore, John Trotwood, 1858-1929. 

Papers, 1781-1957. ca. 40 ft (ca. 20,000 items) 
In Tennessee State Library and Archives. 
Author, journalist, and librarian. Correspondence, dia- 
ries (1924-28), literary mss., speeches, notes, accounts, legal 
documents, indentures (1781-84), photos^ scrapbooks, bio- 
graphical and genealogical data, memorabilia, newspaper 
clippings, and other papers of Moore, State librarian and 
archivist of Tennessee (1919-29) ; his second wife, Mary 
Brown (Daniel) Moore (1875-1957), State librarian and 
archivist emeritus of Tennessee (1929-55) ; his father, 
Judge John Moore (b. 1829) ; and his son, Dr. Merrill 
Moore (1903-1957), a physician. Mas. of Moore's writings 
include his books, The bishop of Cottontown (1906), 
Hearts of hickory (1926), Jack Ballington, forester (1911), 
and A summer hymnal (1901). and his series "Dropped 
stitches in Southern history" in Taylor-Trotwood magazine 
(1925-32). Includes material about Howard College, Mar- 
ion, Ala.; Texas lands; Lucy Moore estate; the Civil War 
and Reconstruction including the removal of Judge Moore 
by the Military Government in Dallas Co., Ala.; Confed- 
erate imprints and sheet music; Chicago race riots (1919) ; 
political campaigns including the presidential campaign of 
1928; Tennessee State Library; Tennessee Library Associ- 
ation; Tennessee Historical Society; and library work; 
items mentioning Andrew Jackson, Andrew Johnson, Sam 
Houston, and various historical subjects; and genealogical 
data relating to the Brown, Daniel, Moore, and other fam- 
ilies. Correspondents include Pat Beaird, G. W. Beerworth, 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



Papers, 1781-1957. 



Moore, John Trotwood, 1858-1929. 
(Continued) 

Peter Brannon, TOtefooni Cole in, Lawrence F. London, 
J. A. Osgoode, Andrew Johnson Patterson, E. E. Patten: 
Isaac Sherwood, and J. P. Widney rnxum, 

.Register published by the Tennessee State Library and 
Archives in 1964: John Trotwood Moore papers, Agister 

Lifonnation on literary rights available in the repository. 



« _. ,. M S 65-885 

Porter, Mary Rhoda (Montague), collector. 

Miscellaneons papers, 1822-1963. ca. 50 items and 1 v. 

In Tennessee State Library and Archives. 

In part, photocopies of originals owned by various per- 
sons. 

Correspondence, articles, map of Meigs Co., Tenn., roads, 
photos., scrapbook containing invitations of U. S. Represen- 
tative John A. Moon of Tennessee, and genealogical data. 
Articles include "Pioneers of old frontiers,'' by J. P. Brown- 
Cravens House, landmark of Lookout Mountain" • "Whv 
invest m forest land?"; "Description of the Tennessee gov- 
y*%£ * fennel ^ ^ * biographical sketch 
wTSri'SL^™? "P"™ " of ^ior Morton Tower 
from 1861-1864" which relates his escape from Libby 
iTison. Contains information about foresters in the Chat- 
tanooga area and about family affairs, weather, living con- 
ditions, and social functions in New York, Petersburg, Va., 
and Sitka, Alaska (1869-73). Includes genealogical date 
about the Ball, Bukey, Kerr, Montague, and Stivers fam- 
ines. Correspondents include Joseph T. Bukey, N Thaver 
Mary Thompson, Joseph Wales, and Lucy Ann Wales ' 

Unpublished register in the repository. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository 



_, » MS 65-886 

Tennessee Library Association. 

Records, 1902-62. ca. 14 ft (ca. 9000 items) 

In Tennessee State Library and Archives. 

Correspondence, particularly of the association's presi- 
dent; proceedings of annual meetings; programs; accounts, 
bills, and receipts; clippings; a file of the "Tennessee librar- 
ian and four other official journals; and other records. In- 
cludes material reflecting the growth and diversity in types 
of library interests in the State including the development 
of the Trustees and Friends of Libraries Section from citi- 
zen library activity, and the establishment of a Special Li- 
braries Section. 

List of subject headings in the Tennessee Library Associa- 
tion Historian's manual serves as a guide to the records. 

Open to investigators with permission from the Tennessee 
Library Association. 

Deposited by the Tennessee Library Association. 

Additions to this collection are anticipated. 



„ MS 65-887 

Tennessee. State Library and Archives, NashmOe. Manu- 
script Division. 

Diaries and memoirs, 1775-1962. 33 items and 34 v. 

In Tennessee State Library and Archives. 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) and photocopies. 

Diaries and memoirs kept by pioneers, ministers, doctors, 
merchants, farmers, soldiers, politicians, travelers, a social 
W t T ^ w ' an ax ^ st '. a*" 1 a diplomat, containing descriptions 
of Tennessee and its people and information on politics, re- 
ligion, weather, farming, rural life, economic conditions, 



102 



hardships on the frontier, pre-Civil War family life, Indian 
wars, the Civil War, travel in the U. S. and Europe Old 
Hickory Powder Plant (World War i), genealogical' data 
and various other subjects. Writers include Lee J. Blum, 
Esther G. (Wright) Boyd, Thomas Jefferson Bryan. Isaac 
Conger, Juliana Margaret (Courtney) Conner, the Rev 
Jesse Cox, D. Craft, Jeremiah Walker Cullom. John E. Dul- 
ing, William Eakin, Ellen Foster-Coronado, Edwin M. 
Gardner, Lenamay Green, William Hall, Herndon Harald- 
son, John Hutchins, Dr. Abraham Jobe, L. H Jones, Ella 
Berry Kirkman, J. Overton Lee, Hiram Robert Andrew 
McCorkle, Randal W. McGavock, Lou Cretia Owen, Eugene 
H. Plumacher, Dr. Robert Massengill Porter, Mary E. 
Scruggs, Mary Strickler, Jane Thomas, Kate White Thomp- 
son, Samuel Escue Tillman, Arch Trawick, Michael Woods 
Trimble, and Stella Vaughn. 

A composite collection separately cataloged in the reposi- 
tory. 

Acquired from various sources. 



™ MS 65-888 

Tennessee. State Library and Archives, Nashville. Manu- 
script Division. 

Tennessee authors and writings on Tennessee, ca. 34 ft 
In Tennessee State Library and Archives. 
Biographies, histories, novels, textbooks, short stories, 
articles, and poems by Tennesseans or dealing with Ten- 
nessee; together with some correspondence, photos., notes, 
and newspaper clippings. Includes mss. of Octavia Zolli- 
coffer Bond, Roark Bradford, Amasa Buck, Alfred Leland 
Crabb, George Creel, Jay Guy Cisco, Doiiald Davidson, 
Maria Thompson Daviess, Mrs. L. Virginia French Col 
Presley T. Glass, Corra Harris, Robert Selph Henry ^ Sid- 
ney M Hirsch, Marquis James, Helen B. and Joseph M 
Krechniak, Mel B. McCall, Abby Crawford Milton, 
Martha McBride Morrel, Mary Noaffles Murfree (pseud 
Charles Egbert Craddock), Frank and Harriet C. Owsley, 
Holden Bovie Schermerhorn, Joseph D. Shields, Harold 
Shumate, Thomas S. Stribling, and the Tennessee Historical 
Commission. 

Unpublished register in the repository. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Gifts of various persons, 1930-64. 



„ . „_. MS 65-889 

Marine Paint and Varnish Company, inc., tfev> Orleans. 

Records, 1917-59. 48,527 items. 

In Tulane University Library. 

Correspondence (1924-45), three books of minutes of the 
meetings (1920-59) of the board of directors and the stock- 
holders, tax papers (1917-44), papers (1936-44) dealing with 
renegotiation of war contracts, inventories (1946-52), trial 
balances (1935-46), balance sheets (1935-39 and 1945-46), 
weekly inventories (Dec. 1940-Dec. 1947) for liquids, rosins, 
and fish oils, stock certificates (1919-59), weekly payroll time 
books (July 1919-Dee.l927), factory timecards (1952-53), 
office timecards (Jan 1952-Jan. 1954), dept payrolls (Dec. 
28, 195Wan. 3, 1957), office payroll checks (1952-54), fac- 
tory payroll checks (1953-57), voucher records (1952-53) 
daily delivery- reports (1941-45), daily truck operation re- 
ports (1941-45), cashbooks (1952-56), salesbooks (1952-58), 
and cancelled checks (Dec. 1951-Dec. 1957) 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of H. Stanley Butterworth and Paul B. Lemann, 
1959 and 1964. the liquidators of the company 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



„_^ „ MS 65-890 

Ogden, Henry D 

Papers, 1862-65. 86 items. 

In Tulane University Library. 

Confederate officer and judge. Official correspondence, 
orders, and military dispatches relating, to Ogden's Civil 
"War experiences while serving as Provost Marshal for Head- 
quarters Dept No. 1; commander of a battalion of the 
Louisiana State Cavalry; and aide-de-camp to Governor 
Thomas C. Moore. Includes a chart of the descendants of 
John Ogden and a note and signature of George Washing- 
ton. Correspondents include Simon Bolivar Buckner, Harry 
T. Hays, and Thomas O. Moore. 

Permanent loan from Dr. Henry D. Ogden, 1954. 



. , x „ t MS65-891 

Arendt, Hannah, 1906- 

Papers, 1935-63. 3 ft. (100 items) 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Author and political scientist Correspondence, kss. of 
some of Miss Axendt's published and unpublished books and 
articles, drafts of lectures and lecture notes, memoranda and 
outlines, a notebook, and some of her newspaper articles 
clipped from the American Jewish weekly, "Aufbau." The 
correspondence is with Judah Leon Magnes and the Judah L. 
Magnes Foundation concerning the Palestine question before 
the United Nations in 1948. 

Unpublished finding aid in the Library. 

Correspondence open to investigators under restrictions 
accepted by the Library. 

Information on literary rights available in the Library. 

Gift of Miss Arendt, 1964. 

This is a continuing collection, which will be added to 
from lame to time. 



MS 65-892 
Capron, Horace, 1804-1885. 

Papers, 1834-1961. 2 ft (ca. 1800 items) 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Army officer and U. S. Commissioner of Agriculture. The 
bulk of the papers, including correspondence, journals, fi- 
nancial records, and orders for agricultural equipment, live- 
stock, and plants for the island of Hokkaido, relates to 
Capron's experiences as an agricultural adviser to the Japa- 
nese Government (1872-75). A few papers, including a 
small number of letters from Horace Greeley, Ulysses S. 
Grant, and William T. Sherman, relate to his service as an 
officer in the Union Army (1863-65) and as U. S. Commis- 
sioner of Agriculture (1867-71). Includes some corres- 
pondence of other members of the Capron family, Capron's 
autobiography, and other papers containing biographical 
information. 

Finding aid available in the Library. 

Information on literary rights available in the Library. 

Gift of Banfield Capron, 1964. 



MS 65-893 
Carson, Christopher, 1809-1868. 

Letter book, 1863-64. 70 items. 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Trapper, guide, Indian agent, and Army officer. Head- 
quarters letter book for the Navajo Expedition, commanded 
by Carson, begun at camp near Fort Wingate, N. M (July 
11, 1863) and ended at Taos, N. M (May 17, 1864). In- 
cludes five photocopies (positive) of his baptismal, mar- 
riage, and burial certificates. 



MS 65-894 
Chapman, John, 1801-1854. 

Plans and letters for the u ariel steam air caxriage, n 1841-44. 
35 items. 

In library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

British political writer and editor. Papers relating to 
aerial steam navigation, including correspondence, patent 
specifications, notes and writings on the aerodynamic and 
propeller theories of William Samuel Hanson (1805-1888) 
British inventor and aerodynamics engineer, and drafts of 
articles, diagrams, and drawings made by Henson and Chap- 
man, Correspondents include D. E. Columbine, L Duncan, 
B. Houchin, and Mr. Stratford (Chapman's lawyer). 

Described in the library's Information bulletin, v. 23, no. 
27 (July 6,1964) p. 319-321. 

Gift of John Jay Ide. 



MS 65-895 
Chesnnt, James, 1815-1885. 

Correspondence, 1862. 250 items. 

In library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Lawyer, planter, and U. S. Senator from South Carolina. 
Letters and a letter copybook ( Jan.-Nov., 1862) containing 
correspondence written in Chesnut's capacity as Chief of 
the Military Dept at Columbia, S. C, and concerning re- 
cruitment, military finances, conditions in the area, and South 
Carolina in general. Correspondents include Jefferson 
Davis, Robert E. Lee, and other local military men and gov- 
ernment officials. 

Purchase, 1935. 



MS 65-896 
Church, William Conant, 1836-1917. 

Papers, 1862-1924. ca.2ft. 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Journalist Chiefly correspondence (1862-1917) of 
Church while he was editor of the Army and navy journal, 
the Atlantic monthly, Galaxy, and the New York Sun, per- 
taining to business and professional matters, and his bio- 
graphical article on John Ericsson. Includes the ms. of 
Church's article on Ericsson for Scribner's monthly (1879) 
and a biographical ms. in Swedish on Ericsson. Corre- 
spondents include William W. Belknap, William C. Brow- 
ness, W. E. Chandler, B. S. Dodge, B. A. Fiske, W B. 
Hazen, Stephen B. Lace, Nelson A. Miles, Philip H. Sheri- 
dan, William T. Sherman, Emory Upton, C. H. Wells, W. C. 
Wise, and Leonard Wood. 

Gift of Mrs. Agnes M Church, 1945-57. 



MS65-897 
dowry, Robert Charles, 1838-1925. 

Papers, 1862-71. ca. 75 items. 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Military correspondence, a letter book (Dept. of Missouri, 
v. 39), circulars, and cipher records of Clowry, assistant 
superintendent of the U. S. Military Telegraph during the 
Civil War. The bulk of the correspondence dates from Mar. 
1864 to Aug. 1865 and relates to the military telegraph in the 
Dept. of Arkansas and the Dept of the Missouri-Kansas- 
Arkansas. Includes a^Catalogue of books and papers be- 
longing to Col. dowry's military files" (1862-65). 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Arthur O'Brien, 1935. 



103 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



„ , ,. MS 65-898 

Conkling, Roscoe, 1829-1888. 

Papers, 1769-1895. 150 items. 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Handwritten transcript of the family history made by 
Mrs. Conkling ( 29 p. ) . 

U. S. Senator from New York. Personal and political 
correspondence, telegrams, printed matter, and family 
papers of Conkling's Frey/Fry ancestors. The family 
papers include an unpublished family history by S. S. Frey 
concerning Philip R. Frey and relating in part to economic 
questions of the Revolutionary period. Correspondents in- 
clude George Bancroft, Hamilton Fish, James A. Garfield, 
Ulysses S. Grant, Horatio Seymour, and William T. Sher- 
man. 

Gift of Mrs. J. H. MacVeagh, 1942. 



o j , .. MS 65-899 

Covode, John, 1808-1871. 

Papers, 1854-70. ca. 100 items. 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

U. S. Representative from Pennsylvania. Incoming cor- 
respondence together with a draft of a report by Covode on 
conditions in the Mississippi Valley after the Civil War. 
Correspondents include Thomas E. Cochrane, A. G. Curtin, 
A K. McClure, E. M Stanton, Gideon Welles, and Henry 
White. J 

Covode's report is printed in the Report of the Joint Com- 
mittee on Reconstruction (1866) , pt. 4, p. 114. 

Purchased from Alfred C. Werner, 1943. 



r^_„ MS 65-900 

Culbertson, William Smith, 1884- 

Papers, 1897-1962. 70 ft. (ca. 51,000 items) 
In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 
Lawyer, educator, and diplomat Correspondence, diaries, 
public documents, lecture notes; mbs. of Culbertson's books, 
articles, speeches, and his unpublished memoirs, "Ventures in 
time and space"; acrapbooks, and memoranda. The papers 
relate to all phases of Culbertson's career: his work as vice 
chairman of the U. S. Tariff Commission (1917-25) U S. 
Minister in Rumania (1925-28), and U. S. Ambassador to 
Chile (1928-33), and his service in World War n as chief of 
the Geopolitical Section of the General Staff, member of the 
Planning Group of the Office of Strategic Services, chair- 
man of the Special Mission to French North Africa, the 
Middle East, Italy, and France (1944), and member of the 
Technological Mission to Germany (1945). Includes rec- 
ords of his law career, lecture notes covering his rears 
(1919-56) as professor at Georgetown University, and"»iss. 
relating to his church activities and his work in helping to 
establish a national Presbyterian church and center in Wash- 
ington, D. C. Correspondents include Calvin Coolidge, 
Henry C. Emery, John H Finley, Warren G. Harding, Her- 
bert Hoover, Charles Evans Hughes, Cordell Hull, Edward 
N. Hurley, Charles F. Kent, Robert M. LaFollette, Theodore 
Roosevelt, H G. Wells, and William Allen White. 

Finding aid published by the Library in 1963 : William S. 
Culbertson, a register of his papers. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
Library. 

Information on literary rights available in the Library. 
Gift of Col. Culbertson, 1958. 



MS 65-901 
Dana, Charles Anderson, 1819-1897. 

Papers, 1859-82. 300 items. 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Chiefly transcripts of Dana's war dispatches made from 
originals in the National Archives. 

Journalist Civil War dispatches of Dana as Assistant 
Secretary of War (1863-64) ; and correspondence (1859-82) 
to and from Edwin M Stanton and other Government offi- 
cials. 

Gift of Paul Dana, 1922. 



MS 65-902 
Doolittle, James Rood, 1815-1897. 

Papers, 1858-1929. 136 items. 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

In part, transcripts (10 percent) made by Duane Mowry 
from originals in his possession. 

Judge and U. S. Senator from Wisconsin. Correspond- 
ence, speeches, and newspaper clippings related to matters 
concerning Doolittle during the Civil War and Reconstruc- 
tion period. 

Gift of Duane Mowry, 1913-32. 



MS 65-903 
Ellis- Allan papers, 1795-1889. (MS 63-345) 

■ Addition, 1810-35. 85 items. 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 
Business and personal correspondence, bills of lading, and 
other papers relating to the firm of Ellis & Allan of Rich- 
mond, Va. (general merchant and dealers in tobacco) and 
in particular to John Allan, foster father of Edgar Allan 
Poe. A few letters and statements pertain to accounts of 
Poe. 
Purchased from the estate of Charles Ellis, 1901. 



MS65-S04 
Ewing, Charles, 1835-1883. 

Family papers, 1769-1950. 12 ft (ca. 9000 items) 
In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 
Lawyer and Army officer. Correspondence, diaries, bio- 
graphical material, genealogies, legal and business papers, 
scrapbooks, photos., memorabilia, and other papers. Some 
papers concern the Civil War and its aftermath, especially 
the military circle formed by the brothers, Thomas, Hugh, 
and Charles Ewing, and their brothers-in-law, Gen. William 

T. Sherman and CoL Clement F. Steele. The legal papers 
concern courts-martial and other cases in which the Govern- 
ment was involved: Mexican claims, land grants, Indian 
affairs, and patent rights. Includes looseleaf vols, of family 
history and genealogy, illustrated with letters, family trees, 
clippings, and portraits. Names represented include Charles 
Ewing's father, Thomas Ewing; his brother, Philemon 

Beecher Ewing; his sisters, Eleanor Boyle (Ewing) Sher- 
man and Maria Theresa (Ewing) Steele; and his wife, Vir- 
ginia Larwill (Miller) Ewing; and the Larwill, Miller, and 
Stibbs families. 

Unpublished finding aid in the library. 

Gift of Eleanor Sherman Ewing and John KM Ewing, 



104 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS65-905 
Ewing, Thomas, 1789-1871. 

Family papers, 1757-1941. 123 ft. (ca. 94,000 items) 

In library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

In part, transcripts (ca. two percent). 

Lawyer, U. S. Secretary of the Interior and Secretary of 
the Treasury, and U. S. Senator from Ohio. Correspond- 
ence, diaries, journals, biographical material, genealogical 
records, legal and military papers, financial papers, drafts 
and printed copies of speeches, lectures, books, articles, 
essays, public letters, poems, reports, briefs, notes, auto- 
graphs, telegrams, scrapbooks, maps, photos., drawings, 

printed matter, and memorabilia. The bulk of the collec- 
tion dates from 1830-1900 and pertains to westward expan- 
sion and frontier life, the disposal of public lands and land 
speculation, Jaw and legal practice in Ohio, local Ohio and 
national Whig- politics, anti-Jacksonianism and the U. S- 
Bank question, the organization of the Interior Dept., the 
California gold rush, the struggle for freedom in Kansas, 
the Peace Convention (1861), the role of Sherman in the 
Civil War and the conduct of the war in Kansas, Missouri, 

and Arkansas, the assassination of Lincoln, the Johnson 
administration and Reconstruction, the Greenback move- 
ment, and the development and administration of patent law 
in the U. S. Names represented include five generations of 
the family: E wing's father, George Ewing; his sons, 
Thomas Ewing and Hugh Boyle Ewing; his daughter and 
son-in-law, Eleanor Boyle (Ewing) Sherman and Gen. Wil- 
liam T. Sherman ; and his grandson, Thomas Ewing. Cor- 
respondents include Philemon Beecher, Nicholas Biddle, 

James G. Blaine, Orville H. Browning, Henry Clay, Thomas 
Corwin, John Crittenden, Charles B. Goddard, Britton A 
Hill, Hocking H. Hunter, Beverdy Johnson, Abbott Law- 
rence, Abraham Lincoln, John McLean, Richard Olney, 
Thomas C Piatt, Samuel C. Pomeroy, William S. Rose- 
crans, William H Seward, John Sherman, William T. Sher- 
man, Henry Stanbery, Noah H. Swayne, Allen G. Thur- 
man, John Tyler, Samuel F. Vinton, and Daniel Webster. 

Unpublished finding aid in the Library. Also partially 
described in the Handbook of manuscripts in the Library of 
Congress (1918), p. 115-117. 

Acquired from members of the family, 1903-47. 



MS 65-906 
Fiske, John, 1842-1901. 

Letters, 1867-96. 54 items. 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Historian, philosopher, and librarian. Letters concern- 
ing lectures, finances, travel, Fiske's literary and political 
ambitions, and other matters, written mainly to his mother, 
Mary Fisk (Bound) Green Stoughton, and his wife, Abby 
Morgan (Brooks) Fiske during lecture tours and periods of 
study and travel in the U. S. and Europe. 

Formerly part of the John Fiske papers now in the Henry 
E. Huntington Library (MS 61-698). 

Partial card index and inventory in the Library. 

Purchase, 1944-46. 

MS 65-907 
Greeley, Horace, 1811-1872. 

Papers, 1826-1928. 4 ft. (ca. 1500 items) 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Iii part, transcripts. 

Journalist. Correspondence, autobiography, articles, 
notes, lectures, and speeches by and about Greeley, news- 
paper clippings, scrapbooks, a notebook, printed matter, and 
other papers, chiefly 1860-72. Includes an epic poem, "Hor- 
ace Greeley," by Nathaniel Greeley; a bibliography of 



Greeley compiled by Nathan Greeley; an outline of a lec- 
ture on Greeley and the New York tribune by John G. 
Shortall; and material relating to Greeley's boyhood, his 
early life in New York City as printer and publisher of 
literary and political newspapers, the growth and success of 
the New York tribune which he founded, Whig politics, the 
slavery issue, Liberal Republicanism, the bail bond for Jef- 
ferson Davis, and the presidential campaign of 1872. Cor- 
respondents include Benjamin Brodkway, Simon Cameron, 
William E. Chandler, Schuyler Colfax, Charles A Dana, 
Jessie Benton Fremont, Rufus Griswold, John G. Nicolay, 
Gerrit Smith, Benjamin F. Wade, and Mrs. R. M. Whipple. 

Part of the collection was formerly among papers received 
from Mrs. Ogden Mills Reid as the papers of Whitelaw 
Reid, Greeley's successor at the Tribune. 

Finding aid in the Library. 

Gifts and purchases from Frank Montrose Clendenin, 
1928, and Mrs. Ogden Mills Reid and others, 1903-58. 

MS 65-908 
Holmes, Oliver Wendell, 1809-1894. 

Papers, 1846-94. 2 ft (ca. 1000 items) 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

2 photocopies; a few transcripts (handwritten) made by 
Holmes. 

Author and physician. Correspondence and literary use. 
Includes mss. of The poet at the breakfast table (1872) , John 
Lothrop Motley: a memoir (1879), A moral antipathy 
(1885), Ralph Waldo Emerson (1885), Over the teacups 
(1891), Our hundred days in Europe (1887), and Poems 
(various mss. and autographed copies). Correspondents in- 
clude Thomas Bailey Aldrich, George William Curtis, Rich- 
ard Henry Dana, Edmund Gosse, Julia Ward Howe, Wil- 
liam Dean Howells, James Russell Lowell, John Boyle 
O'Reilly, Wendell Phillips, Edmund Clarence Stedman, and 
John Greenleaf Whittier. 

Described in the Report of the Librarian of Congress, 
1921, p. 42-^3; 1922, p. 57; 1927, p. 56-57; and 1932, p. 49. 

Information on literary rights available in the Library. 
Gifts and purchases, 1905-65. 



MS65-909 

Hoxie, Vinnie (Ream) 1847-1914. 

Papers of Vinnie Ream Hoxie and Richard L. Hoxie, 
1853-1937. 4 ft. (ca. 2500 items) 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Sculptress. Correspondence, business and legal papers, 
commissions, essays, poetry by Mrs. Hoxie and Albert Pike, 
biographical and genealogical data, reports, notes, scrap- 
books, memoranda, clippings, printed matter, and memo- 
rabilia pertaining to her work in general and to the Lincoln 
and Farragut statues in particular. Papers (1853-1987) of 
her husband, Richard Leveridge Hoxie (1844-1930), U. S. 
Army officer, include two diaries concerning Wheeler's Ex- 
pedition (1872-73), military and personal papers, and letters 
written after 1914 to Hoxie's second wife, Ruth (Norcross) 
Hoxie about him. Vinnie Hoxie's correspondents include 
George Bingham, Elias A Boudinot, George Brandes, Olivia 
Briggs, Erza Cornell, Elizabeth B. Custer, Jubal A Early, 
George Healey, Joaquin Miller, Crosby Noyes and his family, 
Albert Pike, David Dixon Porter, James S. Rollins, Ed- 
mund G. Ross, Alexander R. Shepherd, William T. Sher- 
man, Thaddeus Stevens, and Daniel W. Voorhees. 

Unpublished finding aid in the Library. Also described 
in the Library's Quarterly journal of current acquisitions, 
v. 8, no. 3 (May 1951) p. 24. 

Information on literary rights available in the Library. 

Gift of Mrs. Ruth (Norcross) Hoxie, 1930-50. 



105 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



t n R . MS 65-310 

IngersoB, Henrietta (Crosby) 

Correspondence, 1838-90. 95 items. 

In library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Essayist, of Bangor, Me, and Washington, D. C. Letters 
to Mrs. Ingersoll concerning personal and political matters 
from Schuyler Colfax, Roscoe Conkling, Thomas Corwin, 
George William Curtis, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Horace 
Greeley, John Parker Hale, Frederic Henry Hedge, Thomas 
Starr King, Wendell Phillips, and Lucy Stone. Includes a 
letter to her husband, George W. Ingersoll, from John P. 
Hale, of Dover, N.H. 

Partial inventory in the Handbook of manuscripts in the 
Library of Congress (1918) , p. 175. 

Purchased from Fannie Hilliard Ingersoll, 1909. 

Kantor, MacKinlay, 1904- MS 65-311 

Papers, 1917-61. 30 ft. 
Li Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

~if *Tl *£ 7*J ^^SP 01 ^ 1 *- Chiefly correspondence 
relating to Ranter's military career in World War n and the 
Korean War and to his writings, together with literary ma- 
terial, scrapbooks, and clippings. Includes drafts, notes, 
galley proofs, and printed copies of his books, irticlS 
poetry, and speeches. Correspondents include James Cax? 
ney. Gen. Curbs LeMay, Myrna Loy, Archibald MacLeiX 
J. P. Marquand, Gregory Peck, Gen. Thomas S. Power, Gen! 

Carl Spaatz, Rex Stout, Coward-McCann and the publishers 
of the Saturday evening post 

An introductory essay by Kantor describing the collection 
■ndserving as a partial index is available in the library 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 

Information on literary rights available in the Library 
In part, gift of Mr. Kantor, 1961- 

It is expected that additions will be made to this collection. 

m * . MS 65-912 

EJemm, Louis Richard, 1845-1925. 

Papers, ca. 1870-1907. 1 ft. (ca. 900 items) 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Educator and specialist in foreign education in the U S 
Bureau of Education. Drafts of Klemm's books, mono- 
graphs, essays, articles, addresses, and book reviews; scrap- 
books; clippings; and printed matter concerning agriculture, 
European and American educational institutions and sys- 
tems, history, and culture. 

Gift of the estate of Dr. Klemm, 1926. 

, . -__. T t MS 65-913 

Lenroot, Irvine Luther, 1869-1949. 

Papers, 1890-1964. 9 ft (ca. 6000 items) 
In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 
Lawyer, judge, and U.S. Senator from Wisconsin. Corre- 
spondence, biographical material, legal papers, speeches, arti- 
cles, political and subject files, reports, scrapbooks, memo- 
^T " ew I s P a P er , cttppiags, printed matter, and photos. 
ibe bulk of the collection dates from 1900-44 and relates to 
lanroots political campaigns, his association with Robert 
M. La. Follette, his role in the Wisconsin Progressive move- 
ment and his relationship with national political leaders 
(1900-28). Includes holograph notebooks concerning his 
congressional career and a typescript draft of his unpub- 
lished memoirs (1948). Correspondents include Calvin 
Coolidge, C. H. Crownhart, William H. Doughtery, Herman 
L. Ekern, Guy D. Goff, John J. Hannan, William Hard, 
Warren G. Harding, Herbert Hoover, Walter J. Kohler, 
Robert M La Follette, Henry Cabot Lodge (1850-1924), 



Gifford Pinchot Alfred T. Rodgers, and Mark Sullivan. 

Unpublished finding aid in the Library. 

Information on literary rights available in the Library. 

Gift of Mrs. Eleanore von Eltz Lenroot and Katharine F 
Lenroot, 1964. 

MS 65-914 
McLean, Evalyn (Walsh) 1886-1947. 

Papers, 1886-1948. 40 ft (ca. 45,000 items) 
In library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 
Socialite. Correspondence; business, political, and legal 
papers and memoranda ; and other papers. The correspond- 
ence reflects Mrs. McLean's leadership (ca. 1910-47) in the 
social life of Washington, D. C. Business papers relate 
mainly to the mining interests of the Walsh family and pub- 
lishing interests of the McLean family, especially the "Cin- 
cinnati enquirer" and the "Washington post" Legal papers 
include divorce proceedings, probates, and libel suits. Other 

papers relate to Mrs. McLean's involvement in the Lindbergh 
kidnapping case, the Teapot Dome scandal, and her owner- 
ship of the Hope diamond. Includes the kb. of her book, 
Father struck it rich (1936). 

Finding aid available in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of the McLean estate, 1949. 

MS 65-915 
McPherson, Edward, 1830-1895. 

Papers, 1738-1936. 23 ft. (ca. 18,000 items) 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Editor, political cyclopedist, statistician, and U S. Repre- 
sentative from Pennsylvania. Correspondence; family, 
financial, and estate papers; genealogy, and family history; 
records (1856-88) of the U. S. House of Representatives; 
estate papers of Thaddeus Stevens and research papers for a 
Stevens biography; records of the Marsh Creek Presby- 
terian Church; law office files of Robert G. McCreary, of 
Gettysburg, Pa.; a speech, article, and book file; scrap- 
books, and other papers. Subjects represented include edu- 
cation in frontier Pennsylvania, history of Pennsylvania, 
property investments, military services, the administration 
of the Gettysburg and Black Tavern Turnpike, McPherson's 
activities as Clerk of the House of Representatives, national 
and local Republican Party politics and campaigns, the 
Reconstruction period, and tariff issues. The mss. and notes 
for books and articles largely relate to Gettysburg and 
Adams Co., Pa. Names represented include Janet McPher- 
son (1689-1767), John Bayard McPherson (d. 1858), Robert 
McPherson (1689-1749), Robert McPherson (ca. 1730- 
1789), and William McPherson (d. 1832). Correspondents 
include James G. Blaine, Noah Brooks, William E. Chan- 
dler, George W. Childs, James A. Garfield, and Elihu B. 
Washburne. 

Unpublished finding aid in the Library. 
Purchase and gifts of Donald P. McPherson, Donald P. 
McPherson, Jr., and John Bruce McPherson, 1907-44. 

„ . M . MS 65-916 

Martin family. 

Papers, 1740-1887. ca. 130 items. 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Family and general correspondence, business papers, legal 
documents, Land Office treasury warrants and invoices, a 
pedigree, plats, and clippings of John Martin, of Goochland 
Co., Va., and his sons. The later documents are an attempt 
to prove kinship with the Martin family of England and thus 
lay a basis for claims against a vast estate there. 

Information on literary rights available in the Library. 

Gift of the Martin family, 1963, through Mrs. Barbara O. 
Gottschalk Pertzoff. 



106 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS65-917 
Meyer, George von Lengerke, 1858-1918. 
Papers, 1901-09. 2 ft (50 items) 
In library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 
U. S. Ambassador to Italy and to Russia, Postmaster 
General, and Secretary of the Navy. Nine volumes of 
diaries and a few pieces of family correspondence and mem- 
orabilia. Diary entries record social and family life, as well 
as the national and international events to ■which Meyer was 
close. Includes references to the negotiations leading to 
peace after the Russo-Japanese War and reports of conver- 
sations (1907-09) with President Theodore Roosevelt and of 

their companions: Jean Jules Jusserand, Henry Cabot 
Lodge, Elihn Root, and others. Other subjects mentioned 
are the Post Office Dept, Cabinet meeting summaries, and 
the Republican Parly. 

Described in the Library's Quarterly journal of current 
acquisitions, v. 12, no. 3 (May 1955) p. 180-137. 

Gift of Julia Meyer Brambilla and Alice Meyer Coffin, 
1954-55. 

This entry replaces MS 69-53. 



MS 65-918 
Mitchell, Samuel Chiles, 1864-1948. 

Papers, 1903-13. 8 ft. (ca. 5000 items) 
In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 
Professor and college president. Family and general cor- 
respondence; ms., typescript, near-print, and printed copies 
of speeches, articles, and lectures; a small file of poetry and 
financial papers; reports, records, and memoranda relating 
to the adminstration of the Peabody Education Fund; and 
an extensive collection of newspaper and magazine clippings 
and other printed matter by or about Mitchell. The bulk of 
the collection dates from 1908-13 while he was president of 

the University of South Carolina. Subjects represented in- 
clude education in the South and the disputes between 
Mitchell and Gov. Cole L. Blease of South Carolina. Cor- 
respondents include Charles Francis Adams, S. P. Brooke. 
Albert Bushnell Hart, Walter Hines Page, George Foster 
Peabody, Sir Horace Plunkett, and George E. Rives. 

Unpublished finding aid in the Library. 

Gift of Dr. Mitchell, 1920. 



MS 65-919 
Mitscher, Marc Andrew, 1887-194". 

Papsrs, 1910-52. ca. 2 ft. (ca. 900 items) 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Naval officer and pioneer in naval aviation. Approxi- 
mately 250 personal and semiofficial letters, 100 sets of duty 
orders (1919-45), 50 certificates of awards, decorations, and 
honors, and 50 maps and charts of World War n Pacific 
theater naval operations (including, many with Mitscher's 
annotations and markings) ; 6 aviator's flight logs (1915-38), 
a personal sea-duty log (1910-19), a folder of printed matter 
relating to Mitscher's career; and approximately 75 personal 
papers of his wife, Frances S. Mitscher, and 150 letters and 
telegrams of condolence on Mitscher's death. The bulk of 
the correspondence dates from 1940-45 and includes letters 
relating to Mitscher's command of the U. S. S. Hornet dur- 
ing the Tokyo raid and the Battle of Midway. A few letters 
concern his role as pilot during the first naval overseas flight 
(1919). 

Information on literary rights available in the Library. 

Gift of Mrs. Mitscher, 1962. 



MS 65-820 

Monroe, Kirk, 1850-1930. 

Papers, 1850-1940. ca. 2500 items. 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Author. Correspondence ; diaries ; handwritten drafts and 
printed copies of books, short stories, essays, poetry, and 
articles; biographical material, scrapbooks, subject files, an 
autograph book, newspaper clippings, printed matter, 
photo&, drawings, and memorabilia. The bulk of the col- 
lection dates from 1867-1932 and relates mainly to Munroe's 
literary career; his adventures on a survey team for the 
Union Pacific Railroad and the Atchison, Topeka and Santa 
Fe Railway; his trips into the Everglades and the Hudson 
Bay region and to the Far East on a world tour; his work 
in behalf of the Seminole Indians of Florida ; and his canoe- 
ing and bicycling interests. Includes correspondence of 
Munroe's seeond wife, Mabel (Stearns) Munroe, with refer- 
ence to a proposed biography of Munroe. 

Unpublished finding aid available in the Library. _ 

Information on literary rights available in the Library. 

Gift of Eliot O'Hara, 1964. 

MS 65-921 
Nabokov, Vladimir VTadimirovich, 1899- 
Papers, 1923-58. 6 ft. (ca. 800 items) 
In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 
Author. Business and personal correspondence; docu- 
ments; book reviews; and notes, xss., typescripts, and an- 
notated galley proofs in Russian, English, and French of 
Nabokov's poetry, plays, short stories, and novels, including 
Bend sinister, Conclusive evidence, Dar (The gift), Eugene 
Onegin, Invitation to a beheading, Pale fire, Podvig (The 

exploit), The real life of Sebastian Knight, The song of 
Igor's campaign, Spring in . Fialta, The tragedy of Mr. 
Mom, and the screenplay of Lolita. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
Library. 

Information on literary rights available in the Library. 

Gift, 1958. 



MS 65-922 
National Society of Arts and Letters. Washington, D. C. 
Chapter. 

Records, 1944-65. 2 ft. (ca. 1300 items) 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Bound files of the bylaws of the national body of the 
society and its Washington chapter; the Record and the 
Yearbook and roster of the national body; the Yearbook 
(from 1945/46) of the Washington chapter; and scrapbooks 
containing correspondence, invitations, catalogs, poetry, 
national convention programs, brochures, photos, of individ- 
uals and works of art, awards, clippings, and other papers 
relating to the members, endeavors, and interests of the so- 
ciety and the Washington chapter. 

Information on literary rights available in the Library. 

Gift of the chapter, 1965. 

Additions to this collection are anticipated. 



MS 65-923 
Orr, William, 1860-1939. 

Papers, 1890-1939. 2 ft. (ca. 1800 items) 
In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 
Educator. Correspondence, diaries (1901-36), reports, 
articles, speeches, printed matter, memorabilia, and a draft 
of Git's unpublished work, "Seven years under twenty- 
seven flags," and notes on a geological survey of Springfield, 
Mass. Two-thirds of the papers concern the period (1920- 
27) when he served as education adviser on a special mission 



107 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



Orr, William, 1860-1939. Papers, 1890-1939.( Co ntimied) 
for the Y. M. C. A. in Europe, with the majority of these 
relating to countries of Eastern Europe. Includes articles 
and papers of his first wife, Charlotte (Pettis) Orr 

Unpublished finding aid in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. James S. Armstrong, 1945. 



Perry, Matthew ealbraith, 1794-1858. MS 65-924 

Papers, 1838-1933. 1 ft. 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 
,iTl^ SCript concsnhi S the treaty negotiations with Japan 
(1855) made from the original record in the Tokyo Forei<m 
Office; and a transcript (handwritten) of "Riko ffiwa," 
MotaL *** ^^ and TiUages ' ToL 3 > made bv Sakujiro 

Naval officer. Papers relating mainly to Perry's expedi- 
txon to Japan (1853-54). Includes handwritten and printed 
Japanese works concerning Perry ("Bokui osetsu-roku.'' 
American reception record) ; a Japanese work about the 
^™£^ f!, ""^ *J **?****; 23 woodblock prints 
?JJ <\? nd 8 T^ 1 ** Print sculls depicting various 
aspects of the expedition. ^^ 

hm Elliott Griffis, 1822-48. ' wrvu 



_.. ._ . MS 65-925 

Pickens, Francis Wilkinson, 1805-1869. 

Papers of Francis W. Pickens and Milledge L. Bonham, 
1837-1920. 1 ft. (ca. 400 items) ' 

111 Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Correspondence, reports, resolutions, military papers ap- 
plications for office, petitions, administrative papers, memo- 
randa, and newspaper clippings (1837-66 and 1917-20) re- 
lating to Pickens and Milledge Luke Bonham (1813-1890) 
Governors of South Carolina. The bulk of the collection' 
dates from 1860 to 1864 and relates mainly to the governor- 
ship (1860-62) of Pickens, the governorship (1862-65) of 
Bonham and the Civil War. Pickens' correspondents in- 
clude EC. Barclay, John Forsyth, A. C. Garlington, Robert 

jrW' W " Hayne ' Ste P hen R - Mallory. M. S. Perry, 
and L..P. Walker. Bonham's correspondents include P. G. 

T. Beauregard, Howell Cobb, William H. Echols J W 
Hayne, H. Pinckney Walker, and W. S. Walker ' 

Partially described in the Handbook of manuscripts in the 
.Library of Congress (1918) p. 328-329. 

Purchased from George H. Richmond, 1903 J D Sea- 
brook, 1904, and Anson Phelps Stokes, 1926 ' 



Reed, William Bradford, 1806-1876. ^ 65_926 

Papers, 1857-60. 85 items. 
In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 
In part, transcripts of correspondence 

(A^W^ **%%?■ ^ (2 TOls - ) 0f Keed ' s «*** 
(Apr 1857-Mar. 1859) as Envoy Extraordinary and Minis- 
ter Plenipotentiary to the Emperor of China, together with 
correspondence from British and French official? and others 
in the Orient, letters to Reed's wife, telegrams, notes, clip- 
pings, maps, prints, and printed matter. The diary is sup- 
plemented by a transcript (typewritten) concerning the voy- 
age and service in China. 
Gift of Mrs. McKim Reed, 1909. 



- . _ „, „ . MS66-927 

Sanborn, Frankhn Benjamin, 1831-1917. 

Papers, 1852-79. 121 items. 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

In part, transcripts (handwritten) of letters. 

Author and journalist. Chiefly college essays (1852-S5). 
correspondence (1857-72) with Gerrit Smith, and corre- 
spondence (1877-79) with Octavins Brooks Frothingham 
concerning Frothingham's biography of Smith (1878) 

PurchaseSjWlS and 1945. 



Scott, Charles Lewis, 1883-1954. MS 66-928 

Papers, 1940-45. 5 ft (ca. 3000 items) 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Army officer and pioneer in the development and employ- 
ment of armor in World War n. Correspondence, reports, 
orders, speeches, articles, memoranda, photos,, and other 
military papers concerning the 2d Armored Division, which 
Scott organized, and military tactics and history. 

Unpublished finding aid in the Library. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 

Information on literary rights available in the Library. 

Gift of Mrs. Scott, 1955. 



This number not used 



MS 65-929 



108 



.. MS 65-930 

Sherman, John, 1823-1900. 

Papers, 1836-1900. 133 ft. (ca. 111,000 items) 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Microfilm copies (positive) of 575 privately owned Sher- 
man letters. 

U. S. Representative and Senator from Ohio and Secre- 
tary of the Treasury and Secretary of State. 604 vols, of 
letters received; 8 vols, of letters sent; 3 scrapbooks, printed 
matter, and other papers. The emphasis in the papers is on 
Sherman's role m Ohio politics after 1850. Includes family 
correspondence during Sherman's school years, general cor- 
respondence during his years in Congress and the Cabinet, 
and papers relating to Kansas in 1856, when he was a mem- 
ber of the House committee investigating conditions there. 
Correspondents include Susan B. Anthony, Simon Cameron, 

Salmon P. Chase, Grover Cleveland, Hamilton Fish, James 
A. Garfield, Ulysses S. Grant, Rutherford B. Hayes, Francis 
Lieber, William McKinley, Edwin M. Stanton, Thaddeus 
Stevens, and Thurlow Weed. 

Index to letters sent and unpublished finding aid in the 
Library. 

Gift of the Sherman family, 1911-58. 



Stanton, Edwin McMasters, 1814-1869. 

Papers, 1831-70. 10 ft. (ca. 7600 items) 
In Library- of Congress, Manuscript Division. 
Lawyer and TJ. S. Attorney General and Secretary of 
War. Correspondence, essays, and drafts of reports. The 
bulk of the collection dates from the Civil War and stresses 
Stanton's role as Secretary of War. Major correspondents 
include most of the cabinet members and ranking Govern- 
ment officials during Stanton's tenure: James Buchanan, 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



Stanton, Edwin MeMasters, 1814-1869. Papers, 1831-70. 

Benjamin Butler, Simon Cameron, Salmon P. Chase, 
Thomas Ewing, John Hay, Andrew Johnson, Reverdy John- 
son, Abraham Lincoln, George McClellan, W. H. Seward, 
Thaddeus Stevens, and Gideon Welles. Other correspond- 
ents include George Bancroft, Henry Ward Beecher, Charles 
Dana, William Lloyd Garrison, Francis Lieber, Harriet 
Beecher Stowe, and Lyman TrnmbulL 

Partial card index and unpublished finding aid in the Li- 
brary. Also partially described in the Annual report of the 
Librarian of Congress, 1939, p. 47-48 and in the Handbook 
of manuscripts in the Library of Congress (1918), p. 390. 

Information on literary rights available in the Library. 

Acquired from various sources, 1910-58, with the bulk a 
gift of Lewis H. Stanton, 191L 

MS 65-932 
Steinbardt, Laurence Adoiph, 1892-1950. 
Papers, 1929-50. 42 ft. (ca. 42,500 items) 
In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 
Lawyer, economist, and diplomat, of New York City. 
Incoming correspondence; letter books; financial, business, 
and legal papers; and articles and speeches (1932-50) cover- 
ing Steinhardt's career as U. S. Ambassador to Peru (1937- 
39), to the U. S- S. R. (1939-41), to Turkey (1942-45), to 
Czechoslovakia (1945-48), and to Canada (1949-50). Cor- 
respondents include George V. Allen, A J. Drexel Biddle, 
Jr., Joseph E. Davies, James A Farley, Loy W. Henderson, 

Cordell Hull, C. D. Jackson, Alfred A Knopf, Ruth Bryan 
Owen, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Edward R Stettinius, Jr., 
Arthur Hays Sulzberger, and Sumner Welles. 

Unpublished finding aid in the Library. 

Information on literary rights available in the Library. 

Gift of Mrs. Dulcie Steinhardt-Beau, 1963. 

MS 65-933 
Stephenson, Nathaniel Wright, 1867-1935. 

Papers, 1922-30. 3ft. 

In library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Historian and college professor. Galley and page proofs 
and a few notes for Stephenson's biography of Kelson W. 
Aldrich (1930) ; notes and revised drafts or final near-print 
copies of 22 scenarios prepared or edited by Stevenson for 
The Chronicles of America educational motion picture se- 
ries; preparatory notes indicating the reference source and 

the authorities to whom scenario scripts were sent for criti- 
cism; and notes for other possible scenarios relating to aboli- 
tion, the underground railroad, the Negro in the Civil War, 
the Methodist schism, and the Reconstruction period. 
Gift of Mrs. Wright, 1936. 

MS65-934 
Susan B. Anthony Foundation, Washington, D. C. 

Records, 1896-1943. 3 ft. (ca. 1300 items) 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Correspondence, bylaws and constitution, minutes, reports, 
financial and other records, membership list, a scrapbook, 
clippings, and printed matter related to the foundation, 
which from its establishment in 1912 until 1924 was known 
as die Anthony League of the District of Columbia. In- 
cludes Susan B. Anthony biographical papers and the rec- 
ords of the District of Columbia Woman Suffrage Associ- 
ation. Correspondents include the District of Columbia 
Federation of Women's Clubs, the General Federation of 
Women's Clubs, the Juvenile Protective Association of the 
District of Columbia, and the National League of Women 
Voters. Names represented include Mrs. Anna E. Hendley, 
a founder and president of the foundation. 

Acquired from the foundation, 1960. 



MS65-035 
Taney, Roger Brooke, 1777-1864. 

Papers, 1824-67. 1 ft. (115 items) 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

U. S. Attorney General, Secretary of the Treasury, and 
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court Correspondence of 
Taney, Thomas Ellicott, William Pitt Fessendea, Amos 
Kwidwfl, and others; together with Taney's "Account con- 
cerning his relations with the Bank of the United States, and 
the removal of public deposits for 1833-34" (1849) and a 
transcript of this work made by J. B. Tyler. 

Purchases, 1908-43. 



MS65-936 
Thompson, Waddy, 1798-1868. 

Correspondence, 1826-59. 91 items. 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Lawyer, U. S. Representative from South Carolina, and 
U. S. Minister to Mexico. Correspondence (some with 
transcripts) from Thompson and Andrew Pickens Butler, 
Pierce Mason Butler, George A Gardiner, John C. Gardiner, 
Hugh S. Legare, Francis W. Pickens, William C. Preston, 
and others, relating mainly to legal affairs and South Caro- 
lina and national politics. 

Partially described in the Handbook of manuscripts in 
the Library of Congress (1918) p. 41L 

Purchased from C. S. Hook, 1914, and Forest G. Sweet, 
1945. 



MS 65-937 
Underwood, Wilbur, 1876-1935. 

Papers, 1897-1958. 1 ft. (ca. 400 items) 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Poet, of Washington, D. C. Correspondence, holograph 
and typewritten copies of Underwood's poetry, printed mat- 
ter, and photos. Includes a few papers of his brother, Nor- 
man Underwood (b. 1878). Correspondents include Rudulph 
Evans, H L. Mencken, William Marion Reedy, Vincent 
Starrett, and Vance Thompson. 

Described in the Library's Information bulletin, v. 20, 
no. 19 (May 8, 1961) p. 263. 

Gift of Norman Underwood, 1960-63. 



MS 65-938 

Untenneyer, Louis, 1885- 

The Untermeyer-Frost collection, 1915-63. 3 ft. (425 
items). 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Author. Letters (1915-58) from Robert Frost (1874- 
1963) to Untenneyer dealing with poets and poetry, religion, 
politics, Frost's philosophy, and other interests of the two 
men; poetry, articles, pamphlets, and books of Frost's work 
and autographed photos.; together with correspondence, 
clippings, and other printed matter concerning Frost col- 
lected by Untenneyer, and drafts and galley proofs of "The 
letters of Robert Frost to Louis Untermeyer'' (1963). 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
Library. 

Information on literary rights available in the Library. 

Gift of Mr. Untermeyer, 1959-64. 



This number not used 



MS 65-939 



109 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



WHson, Edith (Boiling) Gait, 1872-1961 ^ *°~ m 

Papers, 1833-1961. 27 ft. (ca. 19,000 items) 
In library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

/i25n i«.7 00 S ow . WDs011 ' Flesideat °* the United States 
(1856-1924). Family and general correspondence, diary 
notes, drafts and correspondence concerning Mrs. Wilson's 

My memoir'' (1938), financial and legal papers, genealogi- 
cal material, memorabilia, and printed matter. Most of the 
correspondence is of a social nature from leaders in Amer- 
ican political and social life. Correspondents include New- 
ton D. Baker, Ray Stannard Baker, Bernard M. Baruch, 
Charles R. Crane, Josephus Daniels, Norman H. Davis, 
Cleveland H. Dodge, Gary T. Grayson, Charles S. HamliiZ 
Marquis James, Jesse H. Jones, William McAdoo, CyrusIL 
McConruck Francis B. Sayre, Adlai E. Stevenson, Arthur 
Sweetser, and Henry White. Presidents and wives of presi- 
dents represented as correspondents include Calvin Coolidge, 
Graee Coohdge, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Mamie (Dond) 
Eisenhower Florence (Kling) Harding, Herbert Hoover, 
Urn (Henry) Hoover, Lyndon B. Johnson (one letter writ- 
ten as U. & Senator), Jacqueline Kennedy, John F. Ken- 
nedy, Eleanor Roosevelt, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Wil- 
liam Howard Taft 

Unpublished finding aid in the Library. 

Liformation on literary rights available in the Library 

Gifts of Mrs. Wilson, 1957-60, and the Woodrow Wilson 
House, Washington, D. C 1962-65. 



Wilson, Robert Erastos, 1893-1964, ^^ 

Papers, 1926-«4. 14 ft (ca. 3600 items) 
in Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 
(Aemical engineer, businessman, and Commissioner of the 
»• Atomic Energy Commission. Business correspond- 
ed**, of Wilson's .articles and speeches, clippiagsIprinW 

r^TlW 7 "*?"* °V^ 8 Ses);andfite of nW 
nal collected on various subjects of interest to Wilson. T^ 
papers deal mainly with the Standard Oil Company of In- 
diana, the petroleum industry in general, and atomic power. 

Index and unpublished finding aid in the Library 

Gift of Mrs. Wilson, 1964. 



Avery, Johnston. W6M42 

Papers, 1944-52. ca.7ft 
In National Archives (Washington, D C ) 
tn5 Part ' transcripts (typewritten) and photocopies (nega- 
Correspondence, press releases, clippings, and other pa- 

Sr^^ 1 * ^i:™?' 8 8erTice as ™*« theS,iS- 
ment Section, Decartelization Branch, U. S. Office of Mili- 
tery Government and the Committee Appointed to Review 
the Decartehzation Program in Gerruany^Indudes pa™« 
relating to the .basic decartelization policy; testimony, state- 
ments, and exhibits before the committee; minutes of meet 
mgs; and case files on German companies and industries. 
Names mentioned include William k England. ChariS 

fc,vt ndS -S e T?'^ SamuelTSs, A/¥ 
Eeari^Norman Mitchell, Kenneth C. BoyalTand John 

Described in Preliminary inventory NM-10, Private pa- 
pers f^ven to the National Archives that are in the care of 
™, ™» f Military Archives (Record Group 316) com- 
ArehivL by the Office of Military Archives, National 

Gift of Mr. Avery, 1954. 



„. „ ,.„ . . MS65-943 

Fiske, Harold Benjamin, 1871-1960. 

Papers, 1911-44. ca.5ft 

In National Archives (Washington, D. C.) 

In part, transcripts (typewritten). 

Army officer. Correspondence, drafts of speeches chiefly 
about General Pershing and national defense, maps, and 
other papers concerning General Fiske's service with the 
American Expeditionary Forces Headquarters Training 
Section; his service as Commander, Headquarters Fourth 
Brigade, Fort Sam Houston, Tex. (1926-27) ; and his activi- 
ties in later years. Includes training, staff, and intelligence 
publications and a history of the American Expeditionarv 
Forces. ^^ J 

Described in Preliminary inventory NM-10 Private pa- 
pers given to the National Archives that are in the care 
of the Office of Military Archives (Record Group 316) 
compiled m 1962 by the Office of Military Archives, National 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted bv the 
repository. r J 

Transferred from the Dept of the Army. 



110 



d ' MS 65-944 

Hagerman, Herbert James, 1871-1935. 
Papers, 1907-35. ca.7ft 
In National Archives ( Washington, D. C.) 
In part, photocopies. 

Government official Chiefly correspondence and reports, 
telegrams, speeches, legal papers, pamphlets and regulations, 
watershed maps, newspaper clippings, and other papers. In- 
cludes items relating to Pueblo land affairs (1923-35) ac- 
quisition and allotment of Navajo land, justification of oil 
leases and the control of Navajo oil royalties, purchase of 
railroad grants, marketing of Indian wool and lambs, edu- 
cational policies and range control, the "Peach Springs" 
controversy— land dispute, flood control, land conservation, 
irrigation projects and the Colorado River Compact, and the 
C^llier-Frazier Inquisition" on Hagerman's removal and 
toal as Special Commissioner in negotiations with various 
Indian tribes in New Mexico, Arizona, Utah, and Colorado. 
Also includes minutes of the Navajo Tribal Council meet- 
ings, bulletins of the Colorado River Fact Committee of 
Utah, and a memorandum in defense of Hagerman's work 

(1907-35) prepared by Percy Hagerman which includes "A 
statement in regard to certain matters concerning the gover- 
norship and political affairs in New Mexico 1906-07" by 
Hagerman (1908). Correspondents include J. C. Bailey, 
Sam Gilbert Bratton, Charles Burke, John Collier, Bronson 
M. Cutting, Mrs. Charles H Dietrich, Chee Dodge, Albert 
Bacon Fall, C. E. Faris, Lynn Joseph Frazier, James A. 
Frear, Carl Hayden, Will Irwin, H V. Kaltenborn, Oliver 
La Farge, Mark W. Raddiffe, Charles J. Rhoads, Kenneth 
L. Roberts, Nicholas Roosevelt, Theodore Roosevelt, Santa 
Fe-Pacific Railway, Santa Fe Railroad, Mrs. Corinne Linden 
Smith, Roberts Walker, Ray Lyman Wilbur, Francis C. 
Wilsoiv and Hubert J. Work. Organizations mentioned in- 
clude the Eastern Association on Indian Affairs and the 
Institute for Government Research (Brookings). 

rrf 1 !? 8 ^? 1 ■* ^^v S -62 ' KOh12 > r^fcninary inventory 
can. of the Office of Civil Archives (Record Gronr, 31bT 
compUed in 1964 by the Office of CivilSv^Knal 

Gift of Mrs. Charles H. Dietrich. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 65-945 
rlcGee, Anita (Newcomb) 1864-1940. 

Papers, 1898-1936. 2 ft. 

In National Archives (Washington, D. C.) 

In part, transcripts ( typewritten ) . 

Physician. Correspondence, speeches, lectures, reports, 
notes, photos., lists of nurses, printed issuances, and news- 
paper clippings mainly concerned with the D. A. R. Hos- 
pital Corps, formed to supply and train female nurses for 
the Army and Navy during the Spanish American War 
(1898-99) ; the formation of the Army Nurse Corps (1899- 
1901) ; and the field of nursing. 

Described in Entry 230, Preliminary inventory, NM-20, 
Textual records of the Office of the Surgeon General 
(Army), Record Group 112, compiled in 1964 by the Office 
of Military Archives, National Archives. 

Transferred from the Office of the Surgeon General and 
other sources. 



Paine, William Henry, 1828-1890. 65 ~ 9 * 6 

Papers, 1861-65. 136 items. 

In National Archives (Washington, D. C.) 

Topographical engineer and Army officer. Chiefly 
printed copies of maps with annotated corrections and addi- 
tions, mb. maps, and compilation sheets compiled by Col. 
Paine while an engineer officer with the Army of the 
Potomac during the Civil War (1862-65). Includes maps 
principally for areas in northern and central Virginia show- 
ing topography, roads, names of residents, locations of all 
the destroyed bridges between Washington, D. C, and Rich- 
mond, Va., and other details; maps for the Richmond - 
Petersburg areas; maps showing routes of the Army of the 
Potomac Corps (1864-65); maps of battlefields including 
Antietam, Bull Run, Fredericksburg, Gettysburg, Mine Run, 
Richmond, and the Wilderness; and maps of the battles of 
Antietam and South Mountain. 

Described in Entry 65-67, NC-42, Preliminary inventory 
of private papers given to the National Archives that are in 
the custody of the Office of Civil Archives, Record Group 
316, compiled in 1964 by the Office of Civil Archives, Na- 
tional Archives. 
Deposited, 1 034, by Miss Edna Tonge. 



MS 65-947 
'ershing, John Joseph, 1860-1948. 

Papers, 1917-39. ca.29ft. 

In National Archives (Washington, D. C. ) 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) and photocopies (neg- 
ative). 

Army officer. Correspondence; operations and other 
reports; maps; lists relating to courts-martial in the AEF; 
case files on reclassification and reassignment of officers in 
the AEF; drafts of the "Report of the First Army, Ameri- 
can Expeditionary Forces, organization and operations, 
August 10, 1918, to April 20, 1919; histories; studies; intel- 
ligence reports on various foreign nations; printed material 
on aviation, and other papers. Materials mainly relate to 
World War r and General Pershing's activities in the years 
immediately following the war and include items concern- 
ing the Mexican Punitive Expedition. Correspondents in- 
clude CoL Paul Henry Clark, Chief, American Military 
Mission, French General Headquarters. 



Described in Preliminary inventory NM-10, Private 
papers-given to the National Archives that are in the care of 
the Office of Military Archives (Record Group 316), com- 
piled in 1962 by the Office of Military Archives, National 
Archives. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
repository. 

Transferred from the Dept. of the Army. 



MS 65-948 
Social Science Research. Council. Committee on Pvblio Ad- 
minutration. 

Records relating to the Federal Work Belief Program, 
1935-87. 

In National Archives (Washington, D. C) 

In part, transcripts (typewritten). 

Correspondence and memoranda chiefly of Arthur Whit- 
tier Macmahon, John David MLQett, and Gladys Ogden; 
documents; printed and processed issuances of Federal, 
State, and private agencies engaged or concerned with the 
Federal Work Relief Program; clippings; and the working 

papers of Gladys Ogden. Materials relate to projects ap- 
proved and terms of aid; program recommendations and 
Presidential approvals; State and regional program plan- 
ning; technological trends and national policy; water con- 
servation and flood control; drainage basin problems and 
programs; Negro problems, apprenticeship training; voca- 
tional guidance and education; drought, storm, and flood 
relief; rural resettlement and rehabilitation; and subsistence 
homesteads. Names mentioned include Will W. Alexander, 
Nels Anderson, Jacob Baker, Edward F. Bartelt, Daniel 
Bell, Frederick L. Bird, Josephine Chapin Brown, Morris 
L. Cooke, Dallas W. Dort, Corrington GiR, Lewis C. Gray, 
Ernest Gruening, CoL Francis C. Harrington, Triad Holt, 
Harry Hopkins, Harold Ickes,-Frances Perkins, Stuart Rice, 
David L. Robinson, Jr., Emerson Ross, Fred E. Schnepfe, 
Donald C Stone, Rexf ord Guy Tugwell, and Aubrey Wil- 
liams. 

Described in Entry 78, Preliminary inventory NC-42, 
Private papers given to the National Archives that are in 
the care of the Office of Civil Archives (Record Group 316) , 
compiled in 1964 by the Office of Civil Archives, National 
Archives. Also described in The administration of Federal 
work relief, by Arthur Whittier Macmahon, John David 
Millett, and Gladys Ogden (1941 ) . 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
repository. 

Transferred from the Committee on Public Administra- 
tion, Social Science Research Council, 1944. 



MS 65-949 
Stewart, George Scott, 1888-1949. 

Papers. 1917-19. ca. 9 feet and 452 items. 

In National Archives (Washington, D. C.) 

In part, transcripts. 

Lawyer and Army officer. Operations reports, orders, 
Army manuals, histories and rosters of units of the 29th Di- 
vision and related organizations, maps, photos, and other 
pictures, lectures relating to St. Mihiel and Meuse-Argonne 
operations, bulletins, and news publications and clippings 

used in the preparation of the official "History of the 
Twenty-Ninth Division, 'Blue and Gray,' 1917-19" by John 
A. Cutchins and George Scott Stewart, Jr. (1921). Includes 
trench, topographic, and other maps of France (1914-18) ; 
maps relating to the activities of the 29th Infantry Division, 
American Expeditionary Forces (1917-18) and the divi- 
sions operations in the Meuse-Argonne offensive (Oct. 



Ill 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



Papers, 1917-19. 



Stewart, George Scott, 1888-1949 
(Continued) 

1918) ; a quadrangle showing the military use of a reserva- 
tion near Anniston, Ala.; and other maps of military opera- 
tes near Verdun France, near Manspach, in AW 

IrS. ^ * EiTer ' "* ' m **"**' N «*«™ 

Described in Entry 79-81, N(M2, Preliminary inventory 
of pnvate papers given to the National Archives that are in 
the care of the Office of Civil Archives (Record Group 316) 
compiled in 1964 by the Office of Civil Archives, National 
Archives, and in Preliminary inventory NM-10 Private 
a*^*"^ ^r-v e National Archives that are in the care of 
the Office of Military Archives (Record Group 319) com- 
piled in 1962 by the Office of Military Archives, National 
Archives. 
Gift of Mrs. George Scott Stewart, Jr., 1958. 



tt c v *■ 1 a r- MS65-950 

U. &. .Vanonal Archives. 

U.S. Army generals' papers, 1833-1927. 60 ft. 

In National Archives ( Washington, D. C. ) 

Correspondence, telegrams, memoranda, diaries, accounts, 
orders, printed issuances, returns of supplies, morning re- 
ports, strength of returns of units, battle reports, military 
dispatches, miscellaneous reports, notes, photos., maps, 
drawnigs charts, newspaper clippings, and other papers 
chiefly of Union Army officers during the Civil War In- 
cludes thejpapers of Alexander Asboth, John G Barnard, 
George D. Bayard, D. C. Buell, Ambrose E. Burnside, Cyrus 
B. Comstock, Samuel W. Crawford, Robert G. Erwin, John 
W. Geary, Qumcy Adams Gilhnore, Henry W Halleck 
Jo*ph Hookey Stephen A Hurlburt, TWas S-Xup,' 
Roger Jones, WrfLam Scott Ketchum, Irvin McDowell, Ne£ 
St£lX"W Wes ify Merritt, O. M. Mitchell, Bainbridge 

SS^t^^, 1 ^ c - Tnrner ' Daniel ™*™, •»* 

JLewis (Lew) Wallace. 

Described in Entry 159, Preliminary inventory no. 17, 
Records of the Adjutant General's Office, Record Group 94! 
compiled by the National Archives (1949). Part of the 
papers were used in preparing The war of the rebellion: a 
compilation of the official records of the Union and Confed- 
erate Armies by the U S. War Dept (1880-1901) 

Transferred from the Adjutant General's Office of the 



Wrenshall, John C 1833 ( Ca .)-1926 MS65 ~ 951 

Papers, 1858-1907. 9 ft. 

In National Archives (Washington, D C ) 

Civil engineer of Baltimore, Md. Correspondence ; agree- 
ments; eshmates; reports; prospectuses; plans of fortifica- 
tions, bridges, and trestles (1860=8) ; notices; pamphlets; 
Z^w 68 ^^T Md court testimony; and othe^ 
S^T 1 W £ n W who was a Confederate engineer officer 
during die CivU War Material chiefly relateTto various 
railroads and railroad companies, streetcar lines, water- 
works, coal and iron lands, and electric street railways, pri- 
marily m the eastern United States, 1870-1900. 

Described in Entry 158, Preliminary inventory NM-19, 
Textual records of the Office of the Chief of Engineers 
(Kecord Group 77), compiled in 1964 by the Office of Mili- 
tary Archives, National Archives. 

,„S ran ^ rred fram ^ 0ffice of «** Chief of Engineers, 
^ ™ Z"™"^ own ed by Mrs. F. L. Markland, Wren- 
snail s daughter. 



112 



„ MS 65-952 

Ventura Co, Calif . Ventura County and aty Free Library. 

Ventura County historical collection, 1849-1939. 3 ft 

In Ventura County and City Free Library (Ventura, 
Calif.) 

In part, photocopies of originals in the possession of the 
Los Angeles County Coroner and 1 real of m^m filir. of 
originals in the C. C. Teague papers (MS64-20), Bancroft 
Library, University of California (Berkeley) about the St 
Francis Dam disaster (1928). 

Journal of the Rev. Isaac Foster describing his overland 
trip to Sacramento, his life in the gold mines, and his trip 

to New York via Panama; biographies of Theodosia Burr 
Shepherd, the pioneer of the flower seed growing business in 
California and Thomas Robert Bard, a pioneer of Ventura 
Co. ; recollections of Dr. Isaac Chauncey Isbell and his wife 
Olive Mann Isbell; stock certificate book (1887) of the 
Farmer's Water Company, Santa Paula, Calif. ; a plan to 
extend the Bakersfield and Ventura Railroad Company 
through the central valley of California; materials relating 
to the St. Francis Dam disaster; and histories and histori- 
cal writings relating to Ventura County and the Ojai Val- 
ley, early developments in Matilija Canyon at Lyons 
Springs, and the Protestant Episcopal Church in Southern 
California. 

Another typescript copy of the biography of Theodosia 
Burr Shepherd is in the Bancroft library, University of 
Calif ornia ( Berkeley ) . 

The journal of Isaac Foster is printed in the Foster fam- 
ily, California pioneers (1925), compiled by Lucy Foster 
Sexton. 



Johnson, Otto H coUecier. 

Proetoriana collection, 1861-1964. 19 ft. 

In Vermont Historical Society collections (Montpelier) 

In part, transcripts (handwritten) made from deeds in 
the office of the Rutland, Vt., city clerk. 

Material relating to the history of Proctor, Vt, consisting 
of copies of deeds from the towns from which Proctor was 
formed, essays relating to episodes in the town's history, 
scrapbooks, copies of periodicals relating to Proctor, photos., 
and glass negatives. 

Gift of Mr. Johnson, 1964. 



__. „ MS 65-954 

Tyler, Royall, 1757-1826. 

Helen Tyler Brown collection, 1753-1920. 15 ft. 

In Vermont Historical Society collections (Montpelier) 

In part, transcripts and 3 ft of microfilm (negative) . 

Jurist, and author, of Brattleboro, Vt Correspondence, 
diaries, court dockets, literary writings, poems, plays, and 
novels (many of which have been printed) ; correspondence 
of Royall Tyler n, a probate judge; various longhand copies 
of "Grandmother Tyler's book" written by Mary Hunt 
(Palmer) Tyler and published in 1925; and correspondence 

of Helen Tyler Brown in her efforts to amass this collection. 

Unpublished list (presumably made by Helen Tyler 
Brown) in the repository. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
repository. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Acquired from the estate of Helen Tyler Brown, 1J938. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 65-955 
Farnham, Roswell, 1827-1903. - 

Papers, 1841-1903. 8 ft. 

In University of Vermont, Guy W. Bailey Library, Wil- 
bur Collection. ' ,. ' 

Educator, lawyer, State senator and Governor of Vermont. 
Family and legal correspondence; diary (1848-49) kept as a 
student at the University of Vermont and as a teacher; 
academy, college, and teacher's compositions (1845-53) ; bar 
and court testimony; a legal history of Orange Co., Vt.; 
photos, and drawings. Correspondents include members of 
Farnham's family: his wife, Mary Elizabeth (Johnson) 

Farnham; his sons, Charles Cyrus Farnham, a Buffalo, 
N. Y., lawyer, and William Mills Farnham, a Buffalo busi- 
nessman; his daughter, Florence Mary (Mrs. Edward G. 
Osgood) of Bellows Falls, Vt; and his sister, Laura A. 
Farnham, of Boston. 

Unpublished preliminary inventory in the library. 

Open to investigators under restrictions of the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Edward H. Farnham and family, 1965. 

. . MS65-956 

Association for the Preservation of Virginia Antiquities. 

Records, 1889-1947. 62 hems. 

In Virginia Historical Society collections. 

Correspondence chiefly relating to activities, operations, 
and souvenirs of Jamestown Island, Va.; a speech (1936) 
delivered by Vernon Meredith Geddy before the association; 
memorandum book (1889-93) kept by Lucy Parke (Cham- 
berlayne) Bagby, secretary of the association; accounts 
(1907-47) concerning the operations of Jamestown, Va.; 
and a list (1892) for ball invitations. Correspondents 
include Isobel Lamont (Stewart) Bryan, Mary Washing- 
ton Ball (Minor) Lightfoot, and Marguerite Stuart 
Quarles. 

Gift of the heirs of Ellen Matthews Bagby, 1960. 



„ , , MS65-*57 

Bagby family. 

Papers, 1824-1960. 53,178 items. 

In Virginia Historical Society collections. 

Includes correspondence and accounts of George William 
Bagby (1828-1883), Lucy Parke (Chamberlayne) Bagby 
(1842-1927), Virginia (Bagby) Taylor (1864-1955), John 
Hampden Chamberlayne Bagby (1867-1934), Martha Bur- 
well Dabney (Bagby) Battle (1869-1954), Parke Chamber- 
layne (Bagby) Boiling (1874-1947), George William Bagby 
(1876-1948), Robert Coleman Bagby (1876-1938), Ellen 
Matthews Bagby (1879-1960), and Philip Haxall Bagby 
(1882-1926). ^ 

Gift of the heirs of EUen Matthews Bagby, 1960. 



MS65-958 
Battle, George Gordon, 1868-1949. 

Correspondence, 1855-1947. 50 items. 

In Virginia Historical Society collections. 

Lawyer of New York City. Chiefly letters to Battle with 
some letters from him and five letters to and from other per- 
sons. Correspondents include Philip Haxall Bagby, Her- 
bert Bemberton Battle, Kemp Plummer Battle,. Anne M 
Collins, National Electrical Supply Company of Washing- 
ton, .D. C., Thomas Nelson Page, Theodore Roosevelt, and 
Henry Lewis Stimson. 

Collection has been analyzed by repository. 

Gift of the heirs of Ellen Matthews Bagby, 1960. 



MS 65-959 
Bemiss, Samuel Merrifield, 1894- 

Papers, 1936-64. ca. 1000 items. 

In Virginia Historical Society collections. 

Corporation executive of Richmond, Va. Correspondence 
of Bemiss; together with correspondence and minutes of 
meetings of the Board of Directors of the University of Vir- 
ginia Press, speeches of Harry Flood Byrd, and some other 
papers. Correspondents include James Lindsay Almond, 
John Stewart Battle, Francis Lewis Berkeley, Frank Lea- 
royd Boyden, Harry Flood Byrd, Virginius Dabney, Colgate 
Whitehead Darden, Douglas Southall Freeman, George 
Matthews Modlin, Samuel Eliot Morison, Thomas Bahnson 
Stanley, Earl Gregg Swem, William Munf ord Tuck, Alexan- 
der Wilbourne Weddell, Walter Muir Whitehill, Conrad 
Louis Wirth, Louis Booker Wright, and John Cook Wyllie. 

Gift of Mr. Bemiss, 1964. 



MS 65-960 
Boiling, Charles Edward, 1852-1929. 

Papers, 1870-193L 95 items. 

In Virginia Historical Society collections. 

City engineer and director of the Dept. of Public Works in 
Richmond, Va. Correspondence (1895-1929) as an engineer 
in the Dept. of Public Works, Richmond, Va.; diaries (1881- 
1929) ; account books (1870-80) ; report (1922) to the Dept 
of Public Works concerning engineering improvements to 
the James River; minute book (1890) of the Building Com- 
mittee of the Commonwealth Clnb, Richmond, Va. ; agree- 
ment (1901) relating to the land of Thomas Boiling in 
Powhatan Co., Va.; stock certificates; and other papers. 

Gift of the heirs of EDen Matthews Bagby, 1960. 



MS 65-961 
Cuninghante (William) & Company. 

Records, 1753-1863. 239 items. 

In Virginia Historical Society collections. 

Correspondence, accounts, legal papers, bonds, and other 
papers of a firm of general merchants in Glasgow, Scotland, 
chiefly relating to a store kept in Falmouth, Va., and per- 
sons associated with the store; together with a list (1797- 
1840) of acres owned by William Porter and Peter Hoffman 
& Sons of Baltimore, M<L, in Spotsylvania Co_ Va., deeds 
to other lands in Spotsylvania Co., Va, and a list of hospi- 
tals of the U. S- Army of the Potomac (9th Corps) in 

Fredericksburg. Va. Includes judgments and orders by vari- 
ous Virginia courts and material relating to Andrew Coch- 
rane & Company, Glasgow, Scotland; Walter Colquhoun; 
and Eade, Willson & Allen, New York. 

Collection has been analyzed by repository. 

Gift of the Kenmore Association, Fredericksburg, Va., 
1964. 



__ MS65-962 

Curry. Lucy Belle (Eailey) 1892- 

Papers, 1942-62. 4 v. 

In Virginia Historical Society collections. 

Genealogical notes, likenesses of individuals, photos, of 
places in Virginia, and an engraving of "Shadweiy Albe- 
marle Co., Va. Includes genealogical data relating to the 
Barclay, Curry, Gooch, Harris, Hopkins, Jefferson, Lilburn, 
Mayo, Miles, Overton, Price, Railey, Raleigh, Randolph, 
Rogers, Stewart, Watson, and Woods families. 

Gift of Mrs. Curry, 1964. 



113 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



«. • , ^ - MS65-963 

Daniel family. 

Correspondence, 1790-1854. 64 items. 

In Virginia Historical Society collections. 

Letters to and from members of the Daniel family par- 
ticularly Elizabeth Susan (Tabb) Riddle Daniel, Dr. John 
Moncure Daniel, and Raleigh Tracers Daniel ; together with 
a license (1826) issued to Raleigh Travers Daniel to practice 
law in Virginia. 

Collection has been analyzed by repository. 

Gift of the heirs of Ellen Matthews Bagby, 1960. 

__ . __ MS65-964 

Dupuy family. 

Papers, 1803-90. (MS 61-3055) 
Addition, 1834-83. 115 items. 

In Virginia Historical Society collections. 

Chiefly correspondence of Emily (Howe) Dupuy and 
Anna (Howe) Whitteker, both teachers of Virginia. Other 
persons represented include Maria Lucinda (Dupuy) An- 
derson, Eliza Lavalette (Dupuy) Cole, Anne Lefevre Du- 
puy, Sarah Luanda (Brooks) Howe, Sarah Lucinda 
(Howe) Skmner, Mary Pumell (Dupuy) Watkins, and 
other members of the Boylston, Dickinson, Dupuy, and 
Skinner families. 

Collection has been analyzed by repository. 

Gift of Mary Purnell Dupuy, 1964. 

Harlow family. MS65-966 

Papers, 1858-64. 88 items. 

In Virginia Historical Society collections. 

Con^pondence and accounts of the Harlow family of 
Louisa Co., Va. Chiefly correspondence of George K. Har- 
low while serving in Company D (Louisa Grays), 23d Vir- 
ginia Regt. in Virginia, West Virginia, and Maryland and 
as a prisoner of war at Fort Delaware, DeL Includes ac- 
counts^lSSS-CO) of George K. Harlow with Duke & Hntche- 
son of Richmond, Va., and S. Woodson including an ac- 
count of Thomas Harlow with Charles B. Hopkins. 

Collection has been analyzed by repository 

Gift of Iris HMcMahon, 1964. 

tt n MS 65-966 

HoHoway, James Montgomery, 1834-1905. 
Papers, 1861-1905. 137 items. 
In Virginia Historical Society collections. 
Surgeon in the 18th Mississippi Infantry Regt of the Army 
of the Potomac, the Army of Northern Virginia, and the 
Confederate States Army, Dept of South Carolina, Georgia, 
!f^ %?*£*- Correspondence (1861-65) ; speech (1882) to 
the Tri-States Medical Society; essay (1898) concerning 
hospitals in Amsterdam, Netherlands, and Berlin, Germany^ 
reminiscences of Holloway's service in the Army of tike 
Potomac and the Army of Northern Virginia: and obituary 
notace (with portrait) of Holloway, 1905. Correspondents 
include Annie Wilcox (Warren) Holloway, Balfour Hollo- 
way, TOlkm Patterson Holloway, Mary (Holloway) 
Tarry, and Samuel Warren. 
Collection has been analyzed by repository 
Gift of Mrs. Edward W. Warren, 1964. 

MS65-967 
Jeffress, Robert Miller, 1886- 

Papers, 1890-1964. ca. 200 items. 
In Virginia Historical Society collections. 
Resident of Richmond, Va. Correspondence and geneal- 
ogical notes by Jeffress, Thomas Daniel Jeffress, and Thomas 
Fox Jeffress concerning the Bacon, Bedford, Clauselle, Clay, 
Fowlkes, Jeffress, Jennings, Logon, Moseley, and Puryear 



114 



families. Includes letters (1890-1900) from Mary Eliza 
Whittle (Puryear) Pettus of "Albion Castle," Prince Ed- 
ward Co., Va., to Lena Walton (Jeffress) Finch, Thomas 
Fox Jeffress, and Virginia (Jones) Jeffress. 
Gift of Mr. Jeffress, 1964. 

, „ MS 65-968 

Lomax family. 

Papers, 1776-1960. 357 items. 

In Virginia Historical Society collections. 

In part, transcripts. 

Correspondence, mss., diary, commonplace books, scrap- 
books, invitations, business papers, legal papers, newspaper 
clippings, and other papers. Includes stories, articles, and 
essays by Elisabeth Winter (Payne) Lomax; diary (1848- 
63) of Elizabeth Virginia (Lindsay) Lomax and corre- 
spondence and other materials relating to its publication, in 
part, by E. P. Dutton & Company as "Leaves from an old 

Washington diary, 1854-1863" (1943) edited by Elizabeth 
Lindsay (Lomax) Wood (the wife of Sir Robert Henry 
Hadow) ; items relating to Lundsford Lindsay Lomax while 
a cadet at the U. S. Military Academy, West Point; letters 
and diary of a Civil War bride (1859-63), a typescript of 
originals by Lucy (Wood) Butler; and genealogical notes re- 
lating to the Dent, Edmonds, Hooe, Ireland, Lindsay, Lo- 
max, Payne, and Winter families. Major correspondents 
include Waddy B. Butler, Anne Corbin (Lomax) Green, 
Elisabeth Winter (Payne) Lomax, Elizabeth Virginia 
(Lindsay) Lomax, Martha Virginia Sarah Lomax, Virginia 
Hargrave (Wood) Riggs, Elizabeth Lindsay (Lomax) 
Wood, and Jane Tayloe (Lomax) Worthington. 

Collection has been analyzed by repository. 

Gift of Lady Elizabeth Lindsay (Lomax) Wood Hadow, 
1963* 

„„„. „ .. -„ '■ MS 65-969 

Matthew Fontaine Manry Association, Richmond. Va. 

Records, 1915-31. 1208 items. 

In Virginia Historical Society collections. 

Correspondence, notes, accounts and cancelled checks 
(1915-28) , record books (1915-27), minutes of meetings, lists 
of members and officers, bylaws, resolutions, speeches, agree- 
ments, photos^ and other papers. Includes correspondence, 
commonplace books, and notes of Herbert Worth Jackson 
while a trustee of the association (1915-31), of Elvira Eve- 
lina (Worth) Jackson Walker Moffitt while president of the 
association (1915-29) and of Annie Hyman (Philips) Jack- 
son while treasurer (1920-29) : and genealogical notes (1915- 
23) relating to the BoydL Claiborne, Corbin, Dowsing Fry, 
Ldghtfoot Maury, Tatum, Van Doren, Werth. and Withers 
families. The correspondence and notes mainly deal with 
die election of Matthew Fontaine Maury (1806-1873) to the 
Hall of Fame of New York University, the unveiling cere- 
monies of the Maury Monument in Richmond, Va., and the 
publication of the "Life and letters of Matthew Fontaine 
Maury" (1938) by Jaquelin Amber Caskie and of "Matthew 
Fontaine Maury"' (1927) by Charles Lee Lewis. 

Collection has been analyzed by repository. 
Gift of Herbert Worth Jackson, Jr., 1964. 

MS65-970 
Mays, David John, 1896- 

Papers relating to "Edmund Pendleton, 1721-1803 ; a biog- 
raphy," 1950-54. ca. 300 items. 

In Virginia Historical Society collections. 

Lawyer of Richmond, Va. Correspondence and other 
papers relating to the publication in 1952 of Mays' biography 
of Edmund Pendleton by the Harvard University Press. 
Correspondents include Eleanor Bates, Julian Parks Boyd, 
Douglas Southall Freeman, Thomas James Wilson, and 
others. 

Gift of Mr. Mays, 1964. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 65-971 
Preston family. 

Papers, 1746-1938. 162 items. 

In Virginia Historical Society collections. 

Correspondence; plats (1746-94) of land in Augusta, Lee, 
Montgomery, and Washington Counties, Va.; lists (1768) 
of patents in Augusta, Botetourt, and Craig Counties, Va.; 
lists (ca. 1785) of plats and description (1783-95) of land 
surveyed in Washington Co., Va.; bonds (1784-1826) ; and 
other papers chiefly of John Preston of "Walnut Grove,'' 
Washington Co., Va., Robert Preston, and William Preston; 

together with a few papers of James Patton and the execu- 
tors of his estate, John Buchanan and William Thompson. 
Includes a report (1792) of Robert Crockett's detachment 
of Robert Preston's Company of Virginia Militia, an in- 
ventory of Preston's estate, biographical sketches of Wil- 
liam Ballard Preston, and letters concerning iron and the 
105th Infantry Regiment of Virginia Militia. Correspond- 
ents include Aubin Lee Boulware, John Bowyer, Jane Grace 
(Preston) Gilmer, Janie Preston (Boulware) Lamb, Joel 

Roberts Poinsett, James Patton Preston, John Preston of 
Montgomery Co., Va., and Richmond, Va., Lucinda Staples 
(Redd) Preston, Susanna (Smith) Preston, Thomas W. 
Preston, William Ballard Preston, and William W. Rad- 
ford. 

Collection has been analyzed by repository. 

Deposited by the estate of Mrs. Brockenbrough Lamb, 
1964. 



MS 65-972 
Richmond Light Infantry Bines Association. 

Records, 1877-84. 142 items. 

In Virginia Historical Society collections. 

Chiefly correspondence of George Wythe Munf ord while 
president of the association (1877-78), John Sergeant Wise 
while captain of the Richmond Light Infantry Blues (1877- 
82), and Andrew Pizzini while captain of the Richmond 
Light Infantry Blues (1883-84). Includes accounts (1879- 
83) of the Richmond Light Infantry Blues, act of incor- 
poration of the association, orders, resolutions including a 
resolution (1878) of the Richmond City Guard, an engrav- 
ing of the company's uniform; invitations; and newspaper 
clippings. Correspondents include William Ashmead 
Courtenay, John Warwick Daniel, Thomas Nelson Page, 
Charles W. Purcell, Jo Lane Stern, and Richard Alsop Wise. 

Collection has been analyzed by repository. 

Gift of Miss EliseH. Burke, 1964. 



MS 65-973 
Ridley family. 

Papers, 1776-1897. 75 items. 

In Virginia Historical Society collections. 

Chiefly correspondence of William Goodwyn Ridley and 
the Ridley family of Southampton, Va., including letters 
written by Ridley while a student at Brookland School, 
Albemarle Co., Va., and the University of Virginia and as 
a soldier in Company G, 6th Virginia Infantry Regt of the 
C. S. A. Contains a student's commonplace book (1863) ; 
newspaper clippings (1861-97) concerning William Good- 
wyn Ridley; and a muster roll (1777) of troops under the 

command of James Gray of the 15th Virginia Infantry 
Regt. in Philadelphia, Pa. Correspondents include Mary 
Evans (Pegram) Anderson, Louisa B. (Ridley) Drewry, 
Julia B. Goodwyn, Sarah A Goodwyn, Edwin Gray, James 
Gray, Elizabeth Norfleet (Ridley) Neeley, Elizabeth Nor- 
fleet (Goodwyn) Ridley, Francis Thomas Ridley, William 
Francis Singleton, and Mrs. M Rochelle Tyler. 

Collection has been analyzed by repository. 

Gift of J. Thompson Neely, 1-964. 



MS 65-974 
Stuart family. 

Papers, 1757-1877. 591 items. 

In Virginia Historical Society collections. 

Correspondence (1789-1873) ; accounts (1785-1857) ; deeds 
(1811-46) of land in St Louis Co., Mo., and Richmond, Va. ; 
plats (1844-45) of land in St Louis Co., Ma; poetry; and 
other papers chiefly of Archibald Stuart (1757-1832), Dr. 
Chapman Johnson Stuart (1819-1846?), and Alexander 

Hugh Holmes Stuart (1807-1891). Includes accounts relat- 
ing to administration and executorship of the estate and busi- 
ness affairs of Dr. Chapman Johnson Stuart in Missouri; 
and the law practice of Archibald Stuart in Staunton, Va. 
Correspondents include Francis Peyton (Stuart) Atkinson, 
and Mary (Stuart) McGuire. 

Collection has been analyzed by repository. 

Gift of Archibald G. Robertson, 1964. 

MS 65-975 
Virginia. County Court (Fauquier Co.) 

Bankruptcy records, 1788-1850. 145 items. , 

In Virginia Historical Society collections. 
Includes petitions, orders, and accounts concerning bank- 
ruptcy proceedings filed in the court 
List of petitions in card catalog in repository. 
Gift of Frederick W. Franck, 1964. 

MS 65-976 
Woodward Society of Virginia. 

Records, 1915-35. ca. 100 items. 

In Virginia Historical Society collections. 

Letters of Horace Edwin Hayden to Edmund Lee Wood- 
ward, minutes (1932-35) of members' meetings, register 
(1932-33) of members, and genealogical notes concerning 
the Henley, Johns, Lee, Stewart, Stuart, Van Dyke, Wash- 
ington, Whiting, and Woodward families. 

Gift of John Pitt Lee Woodward, 1964. 



MS 65-977 
Anderson, Richard dough, 1750-1826. 

Papers of Richard dough Anderson and Allen Latham, 
1771-1887. 2500 items. 

In Virginia State Library, Archives Division. 

Revolutionary soldier and principal surveyor for the Vir- 
ginia Military District in Ohio and Kentucky. Correspond- 
ence, court records, military warrants (1783-1833), wills, 
map of part of the Virginia Military District in Ohio, sur- 
veys, lottery books, printed matter, and other papers of 
Anderson and his son-in-law, Allen Latham, lawyer, agent 
for and surveyor of the Virginia Military District in Ohio; 
together with papers (1796-1836) of Joseph Kerr, deputy 
surveyor of the Virginia Military lands in Ohio. Corre- 
spondence contains claims for bounty lands in Kentucky and 
Ohio by Virginia Revolutionary War soldiers and sailors' or 
their heirs; political, business, and personal observations; 
and information about speculation in the lands in Ohio, po- 
litical conditions (1820-51), the early history of Ohio, and 
the Clark family related to Elizabeth Clark, Anderson's first 
wife and sister of George Rogers Clark. Includes a list of 

officers of the State Line and Navy noting the amount of 
land and date received and an account of land issued due to 
Revolutionary War military warrants by Virginia. Corre- 
spondents include Duncan MacArthur, Humphrey Marshall, 
Nathaniel Massie, Peter Muhlenberg, Timothy Pickering, 
and Thomas Worthington. 

Accession analysis in the library. 

Purchased from Percy W. Fuller of Baltimore, Md. 
Formerly owned by R. G. Lewis of Ohio. 



115 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



Bakewell family. MS 65-978 

Papers, 1804-1918. 103 items 

In Virginia State Library, Archives Division. 

0,i^T >n f enCe ' l6g5d J doc^ts, and other papers. 

bSJLiW 7 < ^ e ^ ,ndenCe between the members of the 

Bakewell, Campbell, Martm, and Tomlinson families related 

T^SS^S* -d his wife, Mary Bell (Martin) 

Accession analysis in the library. 
Gift of Herbert Bakewell, 1956. 

Battlefield Markers Association. ^ 6W>TO 

Records, 1924-54. 394 items and 2 v 

In Virginia State Library, Archives Division. 

Correspondence, minutes and one volume entitled Loca- 

S^H T*****?^ CM?" battlefield markers in the 
Richmond area (1954) with photos. 
Gift of the Richmond Civil War Round Table, 1956. 

Bryant family. MS66-980 

Papers, 1800-83. 72 items. 

%7**?it ^ L *« l 7. Archives Division. 

J^F 7 ,£?? (186 ^ 2) . faan ****** Bryant in Com- 

DBrLt * ^T^ In * ultr y' to his wife, Eugenie 

S^ST ^K C T berLm i ^ Va -' ««"spondencl ofotiSer 

Accession analysis in the library 
Purchase, 1954. 

Carter, Charles, 1707-1764. iIS 65 ~ 981 

Business records, 1718-183S. 58 items. 

In Virginia State Library, Archives Division 

Photocopies (negative) made in part from items lent to 
the library by the James Monroe Memorial Foundation, 
Fredericksburg, Va. 

Burgess, of King George Co., Va. Chiefly correspond- 
ence, accounts, invoices, and bills of lading for tobacco 
snipped by Carter. Includes some papers of his father, 
Robert Carter (1663-1732); his son, Charles Carter, Jr.; 
and other members of the Carter family. Also includes a 

EST °^ m t iL Sent ° Ut ? f *** George Co. in April 29, 
1756 and tombstone inscriptions of the Carter family at 
Christ Church, Lancaster Co., Va. 
Accession analysis in the library. 

Eckenrode, Hamilton James, 1881- 

Papers relating to "Virginia since 1865." 100 items and 

In Virginia State Library, Archives Division. 

Author. Unpublished typescript, "Virginia since 1865," 
a political history (1946) by Eckenrode and relevant corre- 
spondence. 

Gift of A. S. Rachal, Jr., 1964. 

Fairfax family. MS 65-983 

Northern Neck proprietary papers, 1688-1810. 222 items. 
In \ irginia State Library, Archives Division. 

P,^ 5 ^- 6 ^ 174 *- 85 ^ qnitrent rolls (1771-79) for 
Culpeper, Kuig George, Stafford, and Prince William 

«™w?«£x \T "S ; P™* 8 ( 1688 -1780) including the 
grant (1688) of the Northern Neck in Virginia to Lord Cul- 
peper; bonds (1742-89) of various personVas colors of 
quitrents; surreys (1719-93); deeds and leases (1707-lr" 



116 



wills (1777-93): legal papers (1721-1810); and other 
??^ J* 1 *?™ mention ed include Bryan Fairfax, Denny 
Martm Fairfax (1725-1800), Thomas 6th Lord Fairfax, 
Baron of Cameron (1693-1781), Thomas Bryan MartirJ 
John Mauzy, George Murray, Elias Poston, and Robert 
Stephen. 

Accession analysis and card catalog in the librarv 
Purchase, 1953. J * 

« _. ™_ . MS65-984 

Forrest, French, 1796-1866. 

Confederate States Navy papers, 1861-64. 4 v. 

In Virginia State Library, Archives Division. 

Confederate naval officer. Letter books and order book of 
Forrest as commandant of the Confederate Navy Yard at 
Gosport, Va., and the James River Squadron and Station. 

Partly published in Official records of the Union and Con- 
federate Navies in the War of the Rebellion by the U S. 
Naval War Records Office (1894-1922). 

Accession analyses in the library. 

Gift of Rutherf oord Fleet, 1958. 

_ MS 65-985 

Freeman, Douglas SouthaU, 1886-1953. 

Correspondence, 1938-58. 190 items. 

In Virginia State Library, Archives Division. 

Historian. Freeman's letters to and from Margaret May 

Seay Wright, wife of John Thomas Wright, of Palls, Va. 

Access restricted until the death of Mrs. Wright 

Gift of the estate of Dr. Freeman, 1955. 



__ MS 65-986 

Freeman, Douglas Sonthall, 1886-1953, collector. 

Resaarch material relating to "George Washington" and 
Lee's lieutenants," 1632M305. 68 items, 3 v., and 8000 
cards. 

In Virginia State Library, Archives Division. 

In part, photocopies and transcripts of original historical 
documents in British and American libraries and in private 
hands. 

Historian. Correspondence, accounts, and papers of his- 
torical figures, and other materials used by Freeman to 
write the books George Washington, a biography (1948- 
57) and Lee's lieutenants, a study in command (1942-44) 
Includes letter book (1717-41) of John Custis; journal" 
(1825-^6) of S. P. Heintzelman, a student at the U. S. Mili- 
tary Academy; extracts from Richmond newspapers (1862- 
65) relating to Robert E. Lee; and 8,000 reference cards 
used to write Lee's lieutenants. 

Accession analysis in the library. 

Gift of Dr. Freeman, 1951. 



George, William Orvflle, 1811-1869. 

Papers, 1695-1869. 7000 items. 

In Virginia State Library, Archives Division. 

Businessman of Richmond, Va. Correspondence, deeds 
and other land papers, estate acconnts, legal and financial 
papers, Confederate bonds, military papers (1781-1814) 
tobacco papers (1756-92), patent papers (1856), newspaper 

clippings, printed matter, and other papers reflecting almost 
every phase of George's personal and business life. Includes 
some papers pertaining to earlier members of the George 
family. 

Accession analysis in the library. 

Transferred from the Circuit Court of the City of Rich- 
mond, Va., 1956. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 65-988 
Hammond, Isaac, collector. 
Papers, 1839-75. 256 items. 
In Virginia State Library, Archives Division. 
Union soldier. Materials gathered from State and Con- 
federate archives in Richmond, Va. in 1865. 
Card file in the library. 

Deposited by Paul Hasbrouck, trustee of the Huguenot 
Historical Society of New Paltz, New York, 1955. 

MS65-989 
Hudgins, William Houlder, 1825-1895. 
Papers, 1846-95 (MS 62-3951) 

Addition, 1859-94. 225 items and 4 v. 

In Virginia State Library, Archives Division. 
Business records of the Hudgins General Store, Cricket 
Boll, Va. and other papers of Hudgins and his brother 
Walter G. Hudgins. Includes two ledgers, two daybooks, 
and bills and accounts of a general merchant. 
Gift of William Raymond Thomas, 1956. 

MS65-990 
Johnston, Zachariah, 1740 (ca.)-1800. 

Papers. 1742-1856. 174 items. 

In Virginia State Library, Archives Division. 

Photocopies made from originals owned by Ann and Susan 
Johnston, of Lexington, Va., 1952. 

Statesman and Revolutionary war soldier of Augusta Co. 
and Rockbridge Co., Va. Chiefly correspondence; together 
with accounts, land grant and plats, legal papers, and other 
papers of Johnston, his wife Ann (Robertson) Johnston, and 

other members of the Johnston family. Correspondents in- 
clude Edward Carrington, Adam Craig, W. Croghan, John 
Culbreath, Henry Lee, Samuel McKee, George Mason, Ed- 
mund Randolph, Daniel Trabue, and Samuel Wright. 
Accession analysis in the library. 



MS 65-091 
Johnston family. 

Papers, 1792-1885. 66 items and 1 v. 

In Virginia State Library, Archives Division . 

Correspondence, diary, deeds, land grants, legal papers, 
newspaper clippings, and other papers in the possession of 
the Johnston family. Includes some data on Fairfax Parish, 
Alexandria City, and Truro Parish, Fairfax Co., and a list 
of Governors and other chief executive officers of Virginia 
through 1885. Correspondents include John Esten Cooke, 
Jefferson Davis, Lyman C. Draper, John Floyd (1783-1837), 

John Buchanan Floyd (1806-1863), John Warfield John- 
ston, William King, Henry Lee, Henry C. Lee, James Long- 
street, William Preston, and George Washington. 

The diary (1831-34) of John Floyd has been included in 
part in Life and diary of John Floyd (1918) by Charles H. 
Ambler and in The John P. Branch historical papers of 
Randolph-Macon College, vol v (June 1918). 

Accession analyses in the library. 

Gift of Ann Mason Lee, 1955 ; and purchase, 1954. 



MS 65-892 
Kemper, James Lawson, 1823-1895. 
Papers, 1800-94. 114 items and 2 v. 
In Virginia State Library, Archives Division. 
Legislator, Confederate soldier, and Governor of Virginia. 
Correspondence; surveyor's reports and deeds of land in 
Madison Co., Va.; legal papers; poems; newspaper clip- 
pings; and other papers. Correspondence consists chiefly 
of political letters written during the Civil War and during 



Kemper's governorship (1874-78) and includes a few letters 
by other members of the family. Correspondents include 
Robert A. Banks, John Hunton, W. E. Jones, G. W. Rich- 
ardson, and J. C. Rutherf oord. 

Accession analysis in the library. 

Purchase, 1957. 



MS 65-993 
Kern, Mr*. George T. W. 

Papers, 1917-45. 700 items. 

In Virginia State Library, Archives Division. 

Correspondence, awards, and other papers of a private 
and public nature relating to Mrs. Kern's activities in Vir- 
ginia affairs. 

Access restricted during Mrs. Kern's lifetime. 

Gift of Mrs. Kern, 1950. 



MS 65-994 
Lee, Robert Edward, 1807-1870. 

Confidential dispatches to Jefferson Davis, 1862-65. 152 
items. 

In Virginia State Library, Archives Division. 

Army officer. Dispatches, special orders, and nine com- 
munications involving other correspondents including Gen. 
Braxton Bragg, Gen. R. H. Chilton, (Jen. John Echols, Gen. 
Henry Wager Halleck, Gen. Thomas J. Jackson, Col. John 
Singleton Mosby, George W. Randolph, and Gen. James 
Ewell Brown Stuart. 

Most of the dispatches have been published in "Lee's con- 
fidential dispatches to Davis, 1862-1865" by Douglas S. Free- 
man, "The wartime papers of R E. Lee" by Clifford Dowdey 
and Louis H. Manarin (1961) and "The war of the re- 
bellion; a compilation of the official records of the Union 
and Confederate Armies by the U. S.War Dept." (1880- 
1901). 

Accession analysis in the library. 

Gift of Bernard Baruch, 1949. 



MS 65-995 
Lee family. 

Papers, 1774-1903. 75 items. 

In Virginia State Library, Archives Division. 

Chiefly photocopies of originals owned by private in- 
dividuals. 

Predominantly correspondence of Robert E. Lee and other 
members of the Lee family, statements (1903) by James 
Vass and W. H. Lewis concerning communications between 
Lee and Gen. Thomas J. Jackson before and during the 
Second Battle of Manassas, statement (1865) regarding the 
ability of Gen. Walter Husted Stevens by Lee, general order 
no. 9 (1865) by Lee, and other papers. Includes principally 
letters from Lee to Capt Andrew Talcott. Other corre- 
spondents include Col. Samuel Cooper, Jefferson Davis, 
John Hanson, Mrs. Harriotte J. Harrison, Patrick Henry, 
Fanny R. Johnston, Agnes Lee, Edmund Jennings Lee 
(1772-1843), Henry Lee (1756-1818), Mary Custis Lee, 

Mildred Lee, Richard Henry Lee (1732-1794), Thomas Sim 
Lee (1745-1819), William Lee (1739-1795), William Henry 
Fitzhugh Lee, Edmund Randolph, William C. Rives, Gov. 
William Smith, and Gen. James Ewell Brown Stuart. 

A composite collection separately analyzed in accession 
records in the library. 

Acquired from various sources, 1951-64. 



117 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



McBwatae, Henry Read, 1864-1934. "* 

Papers, 1888-1934, ca. 500 items. 

S^'S^^ZS?" 1 * ^M^» Division. 

State librarian of Virginia (1907-34). Correspondence- 
articles, speeches and book reviews relatinfchX^bS: 
toncal and pohtical topics; newspaperdgS^ tte 

SKtiSliS. * ***** ( im3 -^d; andXrpTpe^ 

The correspondence consists mainly of family letters, j££ 
c^ce^Mcnwaine's difficulties while a member of the 
vT^S^'l^ 7 ^^ » Hampden-Sydney, 
rfhiir^?^ ) 'a M,d ^ etters Pertaiai^g to his successful 
efforts to be chosen State librarian in 1907? *«=»"■" 

Accession analysis in the library. 

Transferred from the Office of the Librarian, 1957. 

Maim, WflKain Wilberforce, 1809 J-1855 MS 65_S97 

Papers, 1839-97. 120 items. 
In Virginia State Library, Archives Division. 

™~££°L PapeiS ° n ^ metric s y 8tom - Correspondence; 
receipt* , of accounts (1860-73) of Mann and his wife wfth 

0867-70) wrth Sacred Heart School concerning his dauT 

™^ili^ 7) ^T erai, « theG,ri « 1 ««- Correspond: 
entemchdeMaryF.BryanandMariaMann. VOT ™ qHma 
Gift of James S. Patty, 1964. 

Mason family. MS65-*98 

Papers, 1756-1877. 703 items. 

In Virginia State Library, Archives Division. 
Mr? l£™ ! P 110 ^ 168 (negative) of three items owned by 
M^ntiey Toang of Dallas, Tex. and the Begents 5 

ot£TcZf d ^l iaV r i ?' ^ «***> summonses and 
other court records, business records, and other papers 

«hjefly relating to John B. Mason of Sussex Co Va.- to- 
cfva"aSf^ (1795) of ^^Epe^PrSce^ 

TnZrU « J^L* £ egents of Gunst <>n Hall, 195L 
Formerly owned by Mrs. Balph E. Mims of Luray/Va 

Moseley, Alexander. MS 65-999 

Papers, 1837-80. 94 items. 
In Virginia State library, Archives Division. 
PbxJtocopies (negative) made in 1963 from originals 
owned by Harrison M. Ethridge of Petersburg. Va. 
Ne^aperman. Correspondence (1863-80), diary, ao- 

tie Bichmond Whig from 1838 to 1880. Includes a few 
items concerning J. C. Shield and other individuals wZ 
were also associated with the newspaper. 



Patteson family. MS 65-1000 

Papers, 1734-1896. 2590 items and 18 v 

In Virginia State Library, Archives Division. 

Correspondence, wills, deeds, bonds, commissions and 

other court instruments, account and ledger books, receipts. 

vouchers, scrapbook of newspaper c^gT^d^hS 

papers of the Patteson family ofBacldnKco Va. ^ 

administration of Dr. Charles Carter's estate, LanasteFCa, 

Deposited by George W. Patteson, 1947-55. 



118 



Rives family. MS 65-1001 

Papers, 1841-65. 65 items. 

In Virginia State Library, Archives Division. 

Correspondence, accounts, and other papers of the Bives 
™y of>lbemarle Ca, Va. Mainly letters (1848-63) to 
Robert Rives from Alfred T. Harris, Harris and Gibson, 
brokers in Richmond, and Samuel Nowlin of Lynchburg 
Va.; together with letters (1861-64) to Cornelia E. Rives 
from Charles C Harrison of the 46th Begt of the Virginia 
Volunteers. Most of the correspondence concerns financial 
matters such as market prices of farm products. 

Purchase, 1953. 



Rimtan National. MS 65-1002 

Becords, 1928-63. 2 items and 13 v. 

In Virginia State Library, Archives Division. 

Chiefly lists of charter members and officers of Buritan 
™™, &, me ^' 8 dTic club ) nos. 1-1000; correspondence 
(1928-46) ; minutes (1930-58) of the National Boardof Di- 
^^ £?l? atiQn&1 Conventions; "Buritan's beginnings'' 
(1863) by Thomas V. Downing; notes on early history; and 
a program (1932) of the First Buritan National Convention 
in ounolk, Va. 

♦,• Gi ? ?L Thom&s V> D ' 1 ^, 1958-63 and Buritan Na- 
nonal, 1961. 



Ryland, Elizabeth Hawes. '** 65 ~ lm 

Papers, 1692-1846. 85 items 

In Virginia State Library, Archives Division. 
•™i JF* pho i°fiP les ? f originals owned by Miss Ryland 
and others, and transcripts (typewritten). 7 

& files" (1955) and "Miscellaneous King William notes" bv 

dooks (1702-1821). Also includes genealogical data of 
Capt Henry Fleet and William Warrefas weU a7t£ Bled 
*£ Crump, Farrar, Fleet, Landrum, l£rti1> TmTS" 

T^: ROan ^ Semple ' lloinpkiM, and Walker famoS 
Accession analyses in the library/ lamiiies. 

Gift of Miss Byland's estate, 1954. 



Scott, William, d . 1784. MS6 ^ 1004 

Family papers, 1760-1852. 80 items. 
In Virginia State Library, Archives Division. 
Accounts and bills pertaining to Scott of Stafford Ca, 
Va., and his widow, Sarah Scott, 
Purchase, 1955. 



Sexton family. MS65-1005 

Papers, 1798-1870. 500 items. 
In Virginia State Library, Archives Division. 
Correspondence, accounts, deeds, receipts, and other 
papers perteming to the Sexton femily of WythTco^vt 
Gift of Francis W. Sexton, 1956. ' ' 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 65-1006 
Shdton family. 

Shelton-Winn-Oliver family papers, 1764-1872. 311 items 
and 1 v. 

In Virginia State library, Archives Division. 

In part, photocopies (negative) form originals owned by 
Mary Winn Shelton. 

Deeds, wills, chancery suits and other legal papers pertain- 
ing to the Shelton, Winn, and Oliver families and other per- 
sons residing largely in Hanover Go. and Louisa Co., Va. ; 

ledger (1794-1812) of James and Benjamin Oliver; and 
estate papers of Henry King. Names mentioned include 
John and Mary A. Darracott, Robert Ellett, Charles P. 
Goodall, Isaac Oliver, Edwin Shelton, Jesse Winn, and 
William R, Winn. 

Accession analyses in the library. 

Gift of Mary Winn Shelton, 1957. 

MS65-1007 
Simpson, William S 1795 or 6-1868. 

Papers, 1819-61. 10 v. 
In Virginia State Library, Archives Division. 
Insurance agent of Petersburg, Va. Correspondence; 
diaries (1858-59) of Mrs. William S. Simpson during a visit 
to England and Wales; commonplace book; and sermons 
including two relevant to the Rev. Nicholas H. Cobbs, rector 

of St Paul's Church, Petersburg, Va. One of the letter 
books contains a description of St Levens Lodge, Peters- 
burg, Va. 

Accession analysis in the library. 

Purchased from F. Patterson Nichols, 1952. 

MS65-1008 
Southall, Stephen Osborne, collector. 

Southall and allied families genealogical notes. 400 items 
and 38 vols. 
In Virginia State Library, Archives Division. 
Gift of Valentine W. Southall, 1962. 



MS 65-1009 
Tredegar Company, Richmond. 

Records, 1836-1957. 507,505 items and 1118 v. 

In Virginia State Library, Archives Division. 

In part, photocopies (negative) of originals owned by the 
Tredegar Company and Mr. D. G. Haase. 

Correspondence; minutes of the directors and stockhold- 
ers; accounts; ledgers; cashbooks, receipts, and disburse- 
ments; sales data; journal voucher books; stock certificate 
record books; monthly statements; War Dept contracts 
(1907-4:1); reports to Government agencies; maps, plats, 
and surveys; suit papers for the Chesapeake and Ohio Rail- 
way v. Tredegar Company (1936) ; material regarding the 
merger of the Tredegar Company and the Albemarle Paper 
Company (1956-57); and other papers of the Tredegar 
Company, an iron works. Includes papers of the Anderson 
family and records of minor family enterprises including 
journals and ledgers of Joseph Reid Anderson, founder of 
the company; private correspondence of Archer Anderson, 
his son; private notebooks of E. R. Anderson; papers regard- 
ing the estates of Archer Anderson, Sr., St George M 
Anderson, and Joseph Reid Anderson; and records of the 
Anderson Association, Jessup-Purchase Association, J._ R- 
Anderson & Company, and the A. Anderson (Special) 
Bacon Syndicate Purchase. 

Accession analyses and detailed lists in the library. 

Gift of the Tredegar Company, 1952, and its successor, 
the Albemarle Paper Manufacturing Company, 1958. 



MS 65-1010 

Tucker family. 

Papers, 1708-1892. 91 items. 

In Virginia State Library, Archives Division. 

Photocopies (negative) of originals owned by St George 
Tucker Grinnan. 

Correspondence of the Bryan, Coalter, Grinnan, and 
Tucker families; together with other papers of various per- 
sons. Includes Bible records of the Dabney family (1756- 
1826) and the Bryan family (1708-1892). Correspondents 
include John Randolph Bryan, Frances Bland Coalter, 
John Randolph, and St George Tucker (1752-1828). 

Accession analysis in the library. 



MS 65-1011 
United Daughters of the Confederacy. Virginia ZHvision. 

Confederate records from the Battle Abbey, 1884-1939. 
3200 items and 11 vols. 

In Virginia State Library, Archives Division. 

Records of the R. E. Lee Camp Confederate Soldiers' 
Home in Richmond ; the R. E. Lee Camp No. 1, Confederate 
Veterans; and the Confederate Pension Board of the City 
of Richmond. Mainly applications for admission to the 
Soldiers' Home in Richmond, minutes, registers, and death 
roll (1884-1919). „ . , ^ 

Gift of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, Vir- 
ginia Division, 1958. 



MS 65-1012 
Virginia. Military Institute, Lexington. 

Treasurer's records, 1840-1901. 37,000 items. 

In Virginia State Library, Archives Division. 

Largely treasurer and cadets' vouchers, accounts, pro- 
posals and estimates (1859-60), receipts and disbursements, 
treasurer's reports, sundry abstracts (1860-62), and other 
records maintained by the Treasurer's Office. Includes let- 
ters of application for commandership of V. M L (1860- 
61) , New Market Monument papers (1899-1901) , and papers 
relevant to Washington College (1839-60). 

Transferred from the Treasurer's Office, Virginia Mili- 
tary Institute, 1963. 



MS 65-1013 
Virginia. Southwestern State Hospital, Marion. 
Records, 1887-1948. 57 v. 
In Virginia State Library, Archives Division. 

Letter books, minutes of the board of directors, journals, 
ledgers, casebooks, lists of patients, supply records, and other 
administrative records. 

Accession analyses in the library. 

Tranferred from the Southwestern State Hospital 1952- 
58. 



MS 65-1014 
Virginia. State Library. Richmond. Archives Division. 

Bible records, 1604-1964. ca. 1475 items. 

In Virginia State Library, Archives Division. _ 

Chiefly photocopies with some transcripts from original 
records owned by various persons. 

Data about Virginia families found in family Bibles, 
prayer books, and some non-Bible sources. 

Accession analyses in the library. 

Acquired from various sources. 

Additions to this collection are anticipated. 



119 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



tr- ■ ■ „. MS 65-1015 

Virginia. State Library, Richmond. Archives DivUim. 
Church records, 1647-1957. ca. 430 v. and 56 reels of 
microfilm. 

In Virginia State Library, Archives Division. 

Chiefly photocopies and transcripts of originals owned bv 
various institutions and private individuals. 
^Some correspondence, minutes, accounts, treasurers' books, 
jwtry books, registers, membership records, histories, printed 
material, and otter records of Baptist, Christian, Episcopal, 

Friends, German Reformed, Lutheran, Methodist, and Pres- 
byterian churches in Virginia and a few Baptist churches 
m Washington, D. C. Part of the records relating to the 
Lutheran and German Reformed churches are written in 
German. Includes material relating to Baptist associations, 
the Episcopal dioceses of Virginia and southern Virginia, 
and colonial churches in Virginia. 

Library also has microfilm copies of some of the photo- 
copied records in this collection. 
Accession analyses in the library. 
Acquired from various sources. 
Additions to this collection are anticipated. 

Civil War papers, 1861-1932. 208 items and 13 v ^^ 
In Virginia State Library, Archives Division. ' 

some Keg?"** ° f ° riginalS " PriVate hands With 
Correspondence, diaries, reminiscences and histories or- 
der^ accounts, service records, commissions, lists and rosters, 
muster roUs, autograph books, and other papers chiX re 

o^nt£ on f ed r !? ^ *» V^*Z*S2l£ 

o Confederate dead and cemetery records and a voL en! 

,H® d ,„P onfederate Prisoaers of war, Johnson's Island, 
1862—1864.'' 

Acquired from various sources. 

A composite collection consisting of groups of papers or 
single items described on accession sheets and indexed in the 
library. 



rr- ■ • MS 65-1017 

Virginia. State Library, Richmond. Archives Division. 
County records, ca. 1632-ca. 1959. ca. 1,400,000 items, 
ca. 3520 v. and 6 boxes. 
In Virginia State Library, Archives Division. 
In part, photocopies with transcripts of originals in the 
possession of various county clerks, private individuals, and 
institutions. 

Deeds, wills, orders, minutes, bonds, inventories, guardian 
accounts, bthables, court records, marriage records land 
papers, and other records of Virginia counties; together 
with some records of the towns and cities of Alexandria, 
Abingdon, Columbia, Fredericksburg, Lynchburg Peters- 
burg, and Richmond. Includes records of Accomack, Albe- 
marle, Amelia, Amherst, Arlington, Augusta, Bedford, 
^ItV^^T 1 ^ Bu dringham, Campbell, Caroline; 
w ™ %. - Ch ^ lot ^ Chesterfield, Culpeper, Cumber- 
ed, Dmwiddie, Dunmore, Elizabeth City, Essex, Fairfax, 
Fauquier, Fincastle, Floyd, Fluvanna, FranklmTFrederick^ 
Gloucester, Goochland, Grayson, Greenbrier, Greensville, 
Halif axJEIanover, Henrico, Henry, Isle of Wight, King and 
Queen King George, King William, Lancaster/ LeeTLin- 
coln, Loudoun, Louisa, Lunenburg, Madison, Mathews, 
Mecklenburg, Middlesex, Montgomery, Nansemond, Nelson^ 
New Kent, Norfolk, Northampton, Northumberland, Notto- 
way, Ohio (now in West Virginia), Orange, Patrick, Pitt- 
sylvania, Powhatan, Prince Edward, Prince George, Prince 



120 



William, Princess Anne, Pulaski, Old Rappahannock, Rich- 
mond, Roanoke, Rockbridge, Rockingham, Shenandoah, 
Southampton, Spotsylvania, Stafford, Surry, Sussex, War- 
wick, Washington, Westmoreland, and York Counties. 

Accessions analyses in the library. 

Transferred from various county clerk's offices and ac- 
quired from various other sources. 

Additions to this collection are anticipated. 



v • •■ o MS 65-1018 

Virginia. State Library, Richmond. Archives Division 

Genealogical notes and charts, ca. 800 items and ca. 55 v 

In Virginia State Library, Archives Division. 

In part, photocopies and transcripts of originals chiefly 
owned by private individuals. 

Genealogical notes and charts with some other items pre- 
dominantly concerning families of Virginia. 

Accession analyses in the library. 

Acquired from various sources. 

Additions to this collection are anticipated. 



„ MS 65-1019 

Virginia Mechanics' Institute, Richmond. 
Records 1858-1938. 101 items and 6 v. 
In Virginia State Library, Archives Division. 
Correspondence; reports (1878-1938) ; minutes (1909-18) 
of the School Committee, Finance Committee, and Property 
Committee; deeds, contracts, agreements, and other legal 
papers; constitution and bylaws (1887) ; certificates of mem- 
bership and honorary life membership; and other papers 
Includes information on the'First Virginia Mechanics' In- 
stitute incorporated in 1856 aad personal records file of the 
institute containing statements by various students regarding 
the instruction there. 

Transferred from the Director, Vocational and Adult Edu- 
cation, Richmond Public Schools, 1961. 



Virginia miscellany, 1657-1931. 554 items. 

In Virginia State Library, Archives Division. 

Accounts, receipts, promissory notes, bills of exchange, 
patents, deeds, wills, bonds, executions, suit papersTcourt 
orders, and other papers (mainly legal) relating chiefly to 
* redenck Co., Va., and the surrounding area ; together with 
a sermon by the Rev. James Muir and miscellaneous corre- 
spondence. Correspondents include Christopher Fry Moses 
S. Little, Littleton W Tazewell, and John Wickhaml 

Accession analysis in the library. 

Purchase, 1957. 



v . . . .... . ■ J MS65-1021 

Virginia politicians and authors' papers, 1860-1902. 50 items. 
In Virginia State Library, Archives Division. 
Principally letters of Thomas H. Bayly (1810-1856), 
George C. Cabell (1836-1906), John S. Millson (1808-1873). 
and Molly Elliot Seawell (1860-1916) ; together with some 
other items. 
Accession analysis in the library. 
Purchase, 1952. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS65-1022 
Washington, George, Pres.U. S., 1732-1799. 

Papers, 1742-ca. 1850. 67 items and 1 v. 

In Virginia State library, Archives Division. 

Chiefly photocopies of originals owned by Mount Vernon, 
the Mount Vernon Ladies Association, and private individ- 
uals. 

Mostly correspondence and other papers of George Wash- 
ington and the Washington family. Includes poem, "On 
General Washington" (1779) by Charles Henry Wharton, 
will of Mary (Ball) Washington (1708-1789), minutes of 
the trustees of Fredericksburg (1742), address of the citi- 
zens of Alexandria, Va., to Washington, speech concerning 
the' death of Washington (1799) by B. Romaine to the 
Tammany Society of New York, and genealogical notes on 
the Washington and other noted families of the Northern 
Neck, Va., by Lund Washington (b. 1767). Major corre- 
spondent is Lund Washington (1737-ca. 1796). Other cor- 
respondents include James Dinsmore, Thomas Jefferson, 
Elizabeth Powell, and Martha Washington. 

A composite collection separately analyzed in the library. 

Acquired from various sources, 1954. 

MS65-1028 
Watlington family. 

Papers, 1811-62. 298 items. 
In Virginia State library, Archives Division. 
Accounts, receipts, and other papers. 
Purchase, 1952. 

MS 66-1024 
Wharton, John, of Crdpeper Co., Va. 
Papers, 1772-1923. 58 items. 
In Virginia State Library, Archives Division. 
Receipts and other papers. 
Gift of E. T. Wharton, Jr., 1953. 



MS65-1025 
Willis family. 

Papers, 1733-1980. 75 items. 

In Virginia State library, Archives Division. 

In part, photocopies. 

Mainly genealogical notes (1925-30) of the Willis-Howard 
families, Bible records (1733-1815) of the Howard-Carter 
families of Powhatan Co., Va., and other papers (1791- 
1804) including two letters, receipts, and a promissory note. 

Gift of Charles E. Willis, 1952. 



MS65-1026 
Swing, Mary Cam. 

Papers, 1788-1916. 185 items and 1 v. 

In Virginia State Library, Archives Division. 

Accounts, deeds, bonds, receipts, and other papers mainly 
concerning the Young family and locales in Virginia and. 
surrounding States. 

Gift of George H. S. King, 1950. 

MS 65-1027 
Carr family. 

Papers of the Carr and Terrell families, 1735-1894. 1ft. 

In University of Virginia library (4757 and 5670) 

In part, microfilm copy (negative) on parts of 2 reels. 

Materials predominantly relating to the Carr and Terrell 
families of Virginia and Kentucky. Includes the family 
correspondence of Thomas Jefferson's sister, Martha ( Jeffer- 
son) Carr (1746-1811) of Albemarle Co., Va., and related 
Davis, Minor, and Terrell families; will (1735/38) of 
Thomas Carr (1679-1738) of "Topping Castle," Caroline 
Co., Va.; genealogical notes of the Carr, Davis, Minor, 



Overton, and Waters families; nine inscriptions from tomb- 
stones at Christ Church, Middlesex Co., Va.; Peter Car^s 
Notes on law; and rolls (ca. 1839) for University of Vir- 
ginia classes in anatomy and surgery, chemistry, law, mod- 
ern languages, and moral philosophy. 

The material is related to the library's Carr family papers 
(MS 64-797) and Terrell family papers (MS 59-74) . 

Gift and deposit, 1954-57. 

MS65-1028 
Hench, Atcheson Laughhn, 1891- collector. 

American and "En glish literary and historical papers, ca. 
1300-1956. 5 ft 

In University of Virginia Library (6435) 

Professor of "Efa glfo h at University of Virginia. Material 
collected for use in Hench's classes with examples of various 
periods. Includes material reflecting his interest in Old Eng- 
lish, Middle English and Elizabethan script; letters by asso- 
ciates of Edgar Allan. Poe; Civil War letters; papers re- 
lating to Virginia history ; correspondence of Charles Faulk- 
ner (U S. Ambassador to France during the 19th cent) ; 
t\A other correspondence and historical material. 

Gifts, 1960-62. 

MS 65-1029 
Thompson, John Reuben, 1823-1873. 

Papers, 1842-1926. 2 ft 

In University of Virginia Library (38-705 &c.) 

In part, typescripts and photocopies of poems and letters. 

Poet editor, critic, and journalist Correspondence, 
Thompson's London diary (1864), poems, speeches, essays, 
Civil War news articles, photos., and other papers. In- 
cludes correspondence during the years Thompson ^was 
owner and editor of the Southern literary messenger (1847- 
60) editor of the Southern field and fireside (1860), mem- 
ber of the editorial staff of the London "Index" (1864-67), 
official organ of the Confederate States in London, and 
literary editor of the New York evening post (1868-73) and 
correspondence relating to the publication of his book, 
Poems of John R Thompson (1920). Correspondents in- 
clude Benjamin Johnson Barbour, John Esten Cooke, James 
Wood Davidson, Mary Barker (Carter) Dodge, Rufus Wil- 
mot Griswold, Paul Hamilton Hayne, John Pendleton Ken- 
nedy, William Gordon McCabe,"Matthew Fontaine Maury, 
Benjamin Blake Minor, John Shelton Patton, Lily Quarks, 

Susan P. (Thompson) Quarles, Lady Anna Isabella 
(Thackeray) Ritchie, William Cabell Rives, William Gil- 
more Simms, Elizabeth Drew (Barstow) Stoddard, Richard 
Henry Stoddard, Henry Timrod, and James Grant Wilson. 

Unpublished guide in the repository. 

Gift and purchase, 19325-52. 



MS 65-1030 
Erhvnger, Joseph, 1874- 

Papers, 1890-1964. 15 ft 

In Washington University School of Medicine library 
(St. Louis) 

Physiologist Personal correspondence; lecture notes; 
office files from the Dept. of Physiology at Washington Uni- 
versity School of Medicine (ca. 1910-40); and Erlanger's 
files on professional and scientific societies and research. 

Index to the papers in the library. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 

Gift of Dr. Erlanger, 1963. 

Microfilm copies (negative and positive) available from 
the library. 



121 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



amd *. - MS 66-1031 

Jam, Harry E B d. 1961. 

Papers, 1918-53. 6 ft. (ca. 3000 items) 
In University of Washington Library (Seattle) 
Journalist, politician, and labor leader. Chiefly corre- 
spondence; together with financial records of the Seattle 
union record, legal documents, minutes of meetings, speeches, 
clippings, and other papers. The bulk of the collection 
dates from 1918-28 and relates mainly to the management 
of the Seattle union record, as well as to the labor movement 
and polities m Washington. Correspondents include the 
American Federation of Labor, Federated Press, William Z. 

Foster, Saul Haas, James B. McNamara, Harvey O'Connor 
Terence V. Powderly, William M. Short, Anne Louise' 
Strong, and the United Mine Workers. 

Unpublished inventory record and guide in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the librarv 

Gift of Mrs. Ault, 1962. 



„ MS 65-1032 

Bamum, William Milo, 1856-1926. 

Papers, 1882-99. 3 ft. 

In University of Washington Library (Seattle) 

Business executive. Mostly correspondence, including 6 
vols, of letter books relating chiefly to the following business 
firms of which Bamum was an executive: Banning Brake 
Shoe Company (N. J.), Henrico Coal Company (W. Va.), 
Kanawha Improvement Company (W. Va,), National Min- 
ing Company (N. Y.), Wells Farm Land and Mining Com- 
pany (N. Y.), and the U. S. Electric Lighting Company. 
Subjects covered include the electrical industry in the U. S. 
and mining and railroad promotion in Appalachia and the 
Eastern Midwest States. Formerly part of the records of 
the Pacific Coast Coal and Oil Company of which Bamum 
was chairman of the Board of Directors (ca. 1900-11). 

Unpublished inventory record and guide in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of the Pacific Coast Coal and Oil Company, Seattle, 
1963. 



Qyk Unity Committee, Seattle. 
Records, 1944-64. 14 ft 

Li University of Washington Library (Seattle) 
Chiefly correspondence of an unofficial race relations-civil 
rights committee, together with the complete reports of the 
committees activities and a nearly complete set of minutes. 
The bulk of the collection dates from 1955-64 and includes 
material on individual case histories. Other papers relate 
to the Northwest Institute of Bace Belations sponsored bv 
the committee (1948-53) and the Washington State Com- 
mittee Against Discrimination in Employment (1945-49). 

Correspondents include the Civic Unity Committee's presi- 
dents and executive secretaries (Arthur G. Bamett Louise 
P. Blackham, Henry Elliott, John F. Gordon, Paul B. 
Green, George Greenwood, John H. Heitzman, Frank P. 
HelseU, Archie S. Kate, Ann P. Madsen, Irene Burns Milter, 
and Alfred J. Westberg) and the American Council on Bace 
Belations, American Jewish Committee, American Jewish 
Oongress, the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, 
Christian Friends for Bacial Equality, King County 
(Wash.) Intergroup Belations Committee, the National As- 
sociation of Intergroup Belations Officials, National Con- 
ference of Christians and Jews, New York (City) Commis- 
sion for Human Bights, the Seattle mayor, Seattle public 
schools, the Urban League of Portland, the Washington 
Citusens Committee for Civil Bights Legislation, Washing- 
ton State legislators, Washington National Guard, Wash- 



122 



ington State Advisory Committee to the U. S. Civic Bights 
Commission, Washington State Board Against Discrimina- 
tion in Employment, and the Washington State Committee 
Against Discrimination. 

Unpublished inventory record and guide in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of the Civic Unity Committee, 1964, through Louise 
P. Blackham. 



MS 65-1034 
Cotterffl, George Fletcher, 1865-1958. 

Papers, 1891-1956. 18 ft (ca. 25,000 items) 
In University of Washington Library (Seattle) 
Mayor of Seattle, Washington State senator, and con- 
struction engineer. Correspondence (1891-1953), diary, 
State legislative and court papers, speeches, engineering 
notes, scrapbook, photos., clippings, and other papers in- 
cluding some relating to the Seattle Port Commission and 
the International Order of Good Templars of which Cot- 
terill was an official. Correspondents include the Anti- 
Saloon League of America, the Democratic Party, Wesley 
Livsey Jones, Bobert Montgomery, Robert Moran, and 
Beginald Heber Thomson. 
Unpublished inventory record in the library. 
Information on literary rights available in the library. 
Purchase, 1959. 



Rmraharson, Mary, 1902- ^ 65_1 ° 85 

Papers, 1934-48. ca. 1000 items. 
In University of Washington Library (Seattle) 
Washington State senator. Chiefly correspondence and 
clippings relating to Mrs. Farquharson's terms as senator 
(1935-42) with some papers relating to the Women's Inter- 
national League for Peace and Freedom, the American Civil 
Liberties Union, the Seattle Council Against War the Fed- 
eral Writers' Project, Washington, and the Communist 
Party in Washington. Correspondents include Boger Nash 
Baldwin, Homer Truett Bone, Irving M Clark, Dorothy 
Detzer, Herbert Harris, Benjamin Hamilton Kizer, Warren 
Grant Magnuson, Clarence Daniel Martin, Culbert Levy 
Olson, Bobert J. PearsaU, and Monroe Mark Sweetland. 
Unpublished inventory record and guide in the library 
Information on literary rights available in the library. 
Gift of Mrs. Farquharson, 1963. 



__ _ MS65-1036 

Fnrrar, Timothy, 1747-1849. 
Letters, 1802-33. Ill items. 
In University of Washington Library ( Seattle) 
Judge and lawyer, of New Hampshire. Personal letters 
from Farrar to his son Timothy Farrar, Jr. (1788-1874) 
concerning transportation, the buying and selling of land, 
legal practices, health conditions, and other aspects of New 

England life ; together with some material ( 1820-21) on the 
Dartmouth College Board of Trustees of which Farrar was 
a member. 

Unpublished inventory record and guide in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Trevor Kincaid, 1965. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 65-1037 
Habbeu, Charles S d. 1954! coUeetor. 

Papers concerning Alaska, 1866-1948. ca. 2 ft. 

In University of "Washington Library (Seattle) 

Six vols, of letter books (1878-98) of Callbreath, Grant, 
and Cook (a general store in Telegraph Greek, B. G, and 
Wrangell, Alaska) ; a 19-voL diary (1880-1905) of John C. 
Callbreath; and diaries of George R, Adams and F. M 
Smith, members of the Western Union Telegraph. Expedi- 
tion (1866-67) ; and other papers. Subjects mentioned in- 
clude Tni-hing in British Columbia and surveying and tele- 
graph communication in Alaska, 

Unpublished inventory record and guide in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in tike library. 

Purchase, 1954. 

MS 65-1038 
Kendall, Benjamin Freeman, d. 1863. 

Correspondence, 1856-63. ca. 200 items. 
In University of Washington library ( Seattle) 
Superintendent of Indian Affairs in Washington Terri- 
tory ( 1861-62) . Correspondence concerning patronage and 
Indians, coal mining, and politics in Washington Territory. 
Correspondents include Alexander Smith Aberaethy, Anson 

G. Henry, James Willis Nesmith, Victor Smith, Henry H. 
Spalding, James Gilchrist Swan, William Fraser Tolmie, 
and Henry L. Yesler. 

Unpublished inventory record and guide in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Harry B. McElroy and Mrs. Charles E. Allison, 
1919-52. 

MS 65-1039 
King, John Nevin, 1827-1915. 

Letters and diary, 1857-77. 11 items, 1 v., and 1 reel of 
microfilm (negative) 

In University of Washington Library (Seattle) 

Microfilm copy of 201 letters from the King family papers 
in the Illinois State Historical Library (from folders 44-51 
and letters relating to the Willamette Falls Canal and Lock 
Company)- 

Quartermaster and collector of customs at Kodiak, Alaska. 
Diary (1858-59) recording King's activities as quartermas- 
ter on the Northwestern Boundary Survey; letters written 
from Sitka and Kodiak, Alaska (1875-77) ; and microfilm 
copies of King's letters relating to the work of the North- 
western Boundary Survey (1857-60), to his quartermaster 
service during the Civil War, and afterwards in various 
parts of the West, and to his activities as secretary of the 
Willamette Falls Canal and Lock Company (1871-73). 
Much of the material reflects frontier and pioneer life in 
Washington Territory. 

Unpublished inventory in the library. The microfilmed 
letters are described in the King family papers, 1798-1927; 
a descriptive inventory, by R. L Brubaker (1963) p. 14-17 
(Manuscripts in the Illinois State Historical Library, no. 1) 

The diary and 11 letters were purchased, 1963. 

MS 65-1040 
Langlie, Arthur Bernard, 1900- 
Papers, 1936-56. 54 ft. 

In University of Washington Library (Seattle) 
Lawyer, politician, and business executive of Seattle, 
Wash. Correspondence; notebooks containing campaign ma- 
terials and bulletins and articles of the New Order of Cin- 
cinnatus; clippings; and campaign circulars. The bulk of 
the papers date from Langlie's second and third terms 
(1949-57) as governor of Washington and relate mainly to 
tiie proposed Columbia Valley Administration, electrical 
power, and Washington State departments ; n few papers 



date from his first gubernatorial term (1941-45) and his 
term as mayor of Seattle (1938-40). Subjects mentioned 
include the Republican Party, the U. S. Federal Civil De- 
fense Administration, the President's Committee for the De- 
velopment of Scientists and Engineers, the Washington For- 
est Advisory Committee, and Whitworth College, Spokane, 
Wash. Correspondents include Sherman Adams, Harry 
Pulliam Cain, Roger A. Freeman, Frederick George Ham- 
ley, Otis Halbert Holmes, Walter Franklin Horan, Holland 
H. Houston, Henry Martin Jackson, Leonard Beck Jordan, 
William L McGrath, Russell Vernon Mack, Douglas Mc- 
Kay, Warren Grant Magnuson, Hugh Burnton Mitchell, 
Paul L Patterson, Thor Carl Tollefson, and Monrad C. 
Wallgren. 

Unpublished inventory record and guide in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr.Langlie, 1959-61. 

MS 65-1041 
Leary, Eliza (Ferry) 1851-co- 1936. 

Correspondence, 1868-99. ca. 2 ft (ca. 500 items) 

In University of Washington Library (Seattle) 

Chiefly social correspondence, relating mainly to life in 
Washington Territory and the early years of statehood. 
Correspondents include Mrs. Leary's father, Eliaha Peyre 
Ferry, Governor of Washington, and her husband, John 
Leary, mayor of Seattle. 

Formerly included witii the library's collections of the 
papers of Elisha P. Ferry (MS 60-3327) and of John Leary 
(MS 60-S12). 

Unpublished inventory record in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of the estate of Mrs. Leary, 1936. 



MS 65-1042 
Litchman, Mark M 1887-1960. 

Papers, 1914M50. 3 ft. ( ca. 2000 items) 
Li University of Washington Library (Seattle) 
Lawyer and politician. Correspondence, court papers, 
speeches, writings, clippings, and other papers relating 
mainly to Lichtman's career as a lawyer who defended pros- 
pective deportees from deportation, the "Seattle union rec- 
ord" against sedition charges, members of the Industrial 

Workers of the World who were incarcerated without trial 
in Yakima, Wash. (1933) and Haverty in International 
Stevedoring vs. Haverty (the case which led to the abolition 
of the fellow servant doctrine, 1926). Correspondents 
include Roger N. Baldwin, Adele Parker Bennett, the Amer- 
ican Civil Liberties Union, Americans for Democratic 
Action, the International Workers Defense League, the 
National Civil Liberties Bureau, National Non-Partisan 
League; Socialist Party of Washington, and the U. S. Immi- 
gration Service. 

Unpublished inventory record in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Litchman and Mark Litchman, 1961. 

MS 65-1043 
McMicken family. 

Papers, 1828-1930. 3 ft. (ca. 1000 items) 
Li University of Washington Library (Seattle) 
Papers of the William McMicken family and the Gilmore 
Hays and John Goldsbury Parker families of Washington 
Territory, the Jared Qstrander family of Wisconsin, and 
the Asa Wells family of New York, all of whom were inter- 
related. The main portion of the papers contains the cor- 
respondence of William McMicken (1827-1899, lawyer, lieu- 
tenant with the 10th Minnesota Volunteers, assessor, and 



123 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



McMicken family. Papers, 1828-1930. (Continued) 

surveyor general of Washington Territory) and his wife, 
7?™t Ostrander McMicken and includes over 200 lettere 
from McMicken to Rowena from the western theater of 

K!^ TSf ^ Gvil War and ^ Siou * Indi ** War 

U8bi-fi5) Other correspondents include William Smith 

iiing, Obadiah Benton McFadden, William Winlock Miller 

Isaac Ingalls Stevens, and William Windom. ' 

Unpublished inventory record and guide in the library 

Information on literary rights available in the librarv 

Purchase, 1959. 

Northwest Public Power Association. ^ 65 ~ 1044 

Records, 1946- 15 ft 

In University of Washington Library (Seattle) 
Correspondence, technical reports, hearings, court papers, 
campaign literature, and other papers relating to specific 
projects of the association in its advocacy of public control 
of electrical power generation and distribution in the 7 
fctates of the Columbia River Basin and the Pacific North- 
""^ ~ xecutlve secretary of the association is Gus Nor- 
wood. Correspondents include congressional delegations of 

the Pacific Northwest States and the State and Federal 
agencies concerned with electrical power and water resources. 

Unpublished inventory record and guide in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of the association, on a continuing basis, as its official 
archive. 

«__ T MS 65-1045 

Oregon Improvement Company. 

Records, 1880-96. 50 ft. (ca. 20,000 items) 
In University of Washington Library (Seattle) 
Executive correspondence, statements of accounts, legal 
documents, court papers, and minutes. Includes papersof 
the following subsidiaries : Columbia and Puget Sound Rail- 
road, Pacific Coast Coal Company, Pacific Coast Railway 
Company (San Luis Obispo), Pacific Coast Steamship 

wT^',, S ^ e and Nort W Railway, Seattle and 
Walla Walla Railroad and Seattle Coal and Transportation 
Company. Names represented include Henry Villard, Jo- 
seph Norton Dolph, and Simeon G. Reed, founders of the 
Oregon Improvement Company, Elijah Smith, who replaced 
VlUard as the company's president, and John L. Howard, 
who managed much of the operations from the San Fran- 
cisco office. 

Formerly part of the records of the Pacific Coast Coal 
and Oil Company. 
Unpublished inventory record and guide in the library. 
Information on literary rights available in the librarv 
Gift of the Pacific Coast Coal and Oil Company, 1962. ' 

d -c o * „ MS 65-1046 

Pacific Coast Company. 

Records, 1896-1916. ca. 100,000 items. 
In University of Washington Library (Seattle) 
Executive correspondence, financial papers, and legal doc- 
uments of the company which purchased the Oregon Im- 
provement Company (1896), merchandised oil in the coast- 
wise trade, conducted real estate operations in Seattle and 
coal mining promotions in British Columbia; and had as 
subsidiaries the Black Diamond Coal Mine (Wash.), the 
Cedar Mountain Coal Mine (Wash.), the Columbia and 
Puget Sound Railroad, Pacific Coast Coal and Oil Com- 
pany Pacific Coast Railway Company (San Luis Obispo), 
and the Pacific Coast Steamship Company. Names repre- 
sented include William Milo Barnum, chairman of the 
Board of Directors (ca. 1900-11). 
Unpublished inventory record and guide in the library. 
Information on literary rights available in the librarv 
Gift of the Pacific Coast Coal and Oil Company. 



124 



» -, ™ „ MS65-104T 

Ranck, Glenn N 1869- 

Papers, 1898-1926. ca. 160 items. 
In University of Washington Library (Seattle) 
Washington State representative, Clark Co. (Wash.) 
treasurer, and newspaper editor. Correspondence, speeches, 
writings, scrapbook, photos., and other papers. Includes 
material on Fort Vancouver, Wash., Indian and pioneer 
legends and history, die Spanish-American War, and the 
1st Washington Infantry Begt of Volunteers (1898). Cor- 
respondents include Thompson Coit Elliott, Wesley Livsey 

Jones, Miles C. Poindexter, John R. Rogers, and Theodore 
Roosevelt 

Unpublished inventory record and guide in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library 

Purchase, 1964. 



„ „ . . MS 65-1048 

Reed, Mark Edward, 1866-1933. 
Papers, 1918-33. 9 ft. 

In University of Washington Library (Seattle) 
Lumberman, financier, politician, and Washington State 
representative. Chiefly correspondence, much of which re- 
lates to the operation of the Simpson Logging Company (of 
which Reed was president), the Phoenix Logging Com- 
pany, the Reed Mill Company, the Washington National 
Bank of Olympia, and the First National Bank of Seattle 
(of which he was director) . Correspondents include Charles 

E. Clise, James J. Donovan, Marion E. Hay, Alex Poison, 
Edgar A. Sims, and the American Legion Post 31 (Shelton, 
Wash.), the Columbia Basin Irrigation League, and the Re- 
publican Party. 

Unpublished inventory record and guide in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of the Simpson Timber Company, 1959. 

Riley, Edith Dolan, 1885- MS 65-1049 

Papers, 1909-64. 4 ft. (ca. 5000 items) 
In University of Washington Library (Seattle) 
Politician and chairman of the Democratic Central Com- 
mittee, Spokane Co., Wash. Correspondence, 3 vols, of 
reminiscences, speeches, writings, audiograms with typed 
transcriptions related to the reminiscences, photos., memora- 
bilia, and other papers. The reminiscences are of Demo- 
cratic Party work m Washington and focus upon Lewis B. 
Schwellenbach for whom Mrs. Riley handled patronage, 
James M Geraghty, and Clarence C. Dill. Other papers 
are concerned with her official work with the Democratic 
Party, the League of Women Voters, and the Federation of 
Motion Picture Councils. Correspondents include Homer 
T. Bone, A. Scott Bullitt, Mary W. Dewson, Clarence C 
Dill, and Franklin Delano Roosevelt 
Unpublished inventory record in the library. 
Information on literary rights available in the librarv 
Gift of Mrs. Riley, 1964. ' 



»«m.- * -. MS 65-1050 

Bobbins family. 

Papers, 1791-1863. 2 ft. (ca. 350 items) 
In University of Washington Library (Seattle) 
" Photocopies of seven letters written to and from J. Wil- 
liam Bingham. 

Chiefly correspondence, together with sermons and mili- 
tary documents of a Congregational family of Plymouth, 
Mass., and Marietta, Ohio, which included the Rev Chand- 
ler Robbins (1738-1799) ; his son, the Rev. Samuel Prince 
Robbins (1777-1823) ; and Samuel's son, the Rev. Samuel 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



Bobbins family. Papers, 1791-1863. (Continued) 

Prince Bobbins, Jr. The younger Samuel's letters are 
mainly to William Rufus Putnam concerning frontier and 
pioneer life in Ohio and the Andover Theological Seminary, 
which Samuel attended in the 1830's. Letters (1862-63) of 
J. William Bingham were written from his regiment (1st 
Massachusetts Volunteers) during the Civil War. Corre- 
spondence of Rufus Putnam (1738-1824:) relates to the Ohio 
Company of Associates. Includes 25 handwritten vols, of 
sermons (1806-23) of the elder S. P. Robbins and Civil War 
military documents of Samuel Robbins Bingham, a captain 
with the 30th Company Massachusetts Unattached Heavy 
Artillery (1864-65). 

Unpublished inventory record in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Philip E. Robbins, 1961, 1964. 



MS 66-1051 
Ruegnitz, Wflliam C 

Correspondence, 1917-44. ca. 2 ft. (ca. 2500 items) 
In University of Washington Library ( Seattle) 
Correspondence relating to two associations which consist 
primarily of employers concerned with labor relations in 
the forest industries of the Pacific Northwest: the Loyal 
Legion of Loggers and Lumbermen (of which Ruegnitz was 
president) and the Columbia Basin Loggers, Portland, Or. 
(of which he was manager). Chief correspondents are the 
Weyerhaeuser Timber Company, the St. Paul and Tacoma 
Lumber Company, and other firms in the industry. 
Unpublished inventory record in the library. 
Information on literary rights available in the library. 
Gift of the College of Forestry, University of Washington, 
1947. 

MS65-1052 
Seattle {Port District) Port Commission. 
Records, 1911-21. 3 ft. (ca. 2000 items) 
•In University of Washington Library (Seattle) 
Chiefly correspondence, together with documents, speeches, 
writings, minutes of meetings, reports, and legislative ma- 
terial, relating mainly to the work of Robert Bridges (1861- 
1921), a member of the board (1911-19) of the Port Com- 
mission. Correspondents include Clarence C. Dill, Wesley 
L. Jones, James Hamilton Lewis, Ernest Lister, William G. 
McAdoo, Miles C. Poindexter, George Turner, Woodrow 
Wilson, the Non-Partisan League of Washington, and the 
Seattle Central Labor Council ( AFL). 
Unpublished inventory record in the library. 
Information on literary rights available in the library. 
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bridges, 1939. 



MS 65-1053 
Semple, Eugene, 1840-1908. 

Papers, 1865-1908. 9 ft. (ca. 10,000 items) 
In University of Washington Library ( Seattle) 
Lawyer, Oregon State printer, and Governor of Washing- 
ton Territory. Correspondence, diary, documents, court 
papers, scrapbooks, and other papers relating mainly to the 
Bowers Seattle- Yukon Gold Dredging Company, Herald 
Printing Company, Lincoln Oil and Gas Company, Lucia 

Mfll Company (which Semple established, 1882) , the Seat- 
tle and Lake Washington Waterway Company (which he 
organized, 1894, to connect Lake Washington with Elliott 
Bay), and the Washington Harbor Line Commission (of 
which he was a member, 1890-93). Correspondents include 
Edgar G. Ames, Theodore E. Burton, Andrew Henrich, 
James Hamilton Lewis, Joseph K McCammon, Lansing B. 
Mizner, James A. Moore, Robert Moran, Frank J. Parker, 



Will H Parry, George M Paschall, Thomas Patterson, 
William F. Prosser, Philip Ritz, James Semple, Thomas 
W. Symons, and J. S. Wintermute. 

Unpublished inventory record in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mary Ethel Swanstrom (daughter), 1941, 1954, 
and Mrs. Lucy Adair (granddaughter) , 1965. 



MS 65-1054 
Southwest Washington Public Utility Districts' Associa- 

tion* 

Records, 1936-64. 1 ft. (ca. 500 items) _ 

In University of Washington Library (Seattle) 

Correspondence and minutes of meetings. Co'responoV 
ents indude Kenneth Billington, Harry P. Cam, Jack R. 
Cluck, Russell V. Mack, Warren G. Magnuson, Hugh B. 
Mitchell, Guy C. Myers, Gus Norwood, Gus A. **"."»• 
Cbauncey Price, Paul J. Raver, James D. Ross, and the 
Inland Empire Waterways Association. 

Formerly included in the library's collections of the pa- 
pers of Gus A Peters, Gus Jaspers, and the Northwest Pub- 
lic Power Association. 

Unpublished inventory record in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Gus Jaspers, Gus A Peters, and the Northwest 
Public Power Association, 1963. 



MS 65-1055 

Spear, Lillian Sytten, 1897-1963. 

Papers, 1936-63. 7 ft. (ca. 6000 items) 
In University of Washington Library (Seattle) 
Teacher and civic leader. Correspondence, minutes of 
meetings, campaign material, and other papers relating to 
the following organizations of which Mrs. Spear was an 
official or secretary: King County Public Utility District 
Association, Public Ownership League of Washington, 
Puget Sound Utility Commissioners' Association, Snoho- 
mish County Legislative Council, Snohomish County Public 
Utility Association, Snohomish County Public Utility Dis- 
trict, Washington Public Utility Commissioner's Associa- 
tion, and the Washington Public Utility Districts' Associa- 
tion. Correspondents include Homer T. Bone, Jack R 
Cluck, John M Coffee, Henry M. Jackson, Joseph E. 
McGoran, Warren G. Magnuson, Hugh B. Mitchell, Mal- 
colm M Moore, Gus A Peters, Martin F. Smith, Monrad 
C. Wallgren, and Adolph Ziebell, and the Bonneville Power 
Administration, the Democratic Party, Patrons of Husban- 
dry (Washington), Public Ownership League of America, 
Puget Sound Power and Light Company, and the Washing- 
ton Water Power Company. 

Unpublished inventory record in the library. 
Information on literary rights available in the library. 
Gift of Mrs. Spear, 1963. 

MS 65-1056 
Tolmie, WilBam Fraser, 1812-1886. 

Correspondence, 1845-65. ca. 240 items. 

In University of Washington Library (Seattle) 

Transcripts (typewritten) of 75 items and photocopies 
(negative) of 19 items. ^ ^ ^ - 

Superintendent of the Fort Niscraally branch of the Puget 
Sound Agricultural Company, a subsidiary of Hudson s 
Bay Company. Correspondence relating to the operation 
of the Fort Nisqually Farm. Correspondents include La- 
fayette Bakh, Francis A Chenoweth, James Douglas, Isaac 
N Ebey, Roderick Finlayson, Amory Holbrook, Dugald 



125 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



Correspondence, 1845- 



Tolmie, Wiliiam Eraser, 1812-1886. 
65. (Continued) 

AfccTaiTsh, Charles H Mason, Simpson P. Moses, Peter 
Skene Ogden, Michael T. Simmons, and James Taton. 

Unpublished inventory record in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in" the library 

iTircnased from Clarence B. Bagley, 1919. 

Washington Pension Union. ^ 65 ' 10W 

Records, 1933-61. 8 ft. 

In University of Washington Library (Seattle) 
Correspondence minutes, financial records, conventions, 
radio broadcasts, legislative materials, organizational mate- 

2fX I TS ngCO1, ? ituti0nal chan S 8S - «w* Pap***, and a 
set of tie "Pension builder" (the union publication^ Court 
papers pertain to hearings of welfare cases and to the U. S 
Subversive Activities Control Board hearings against Wil- 

SE££" ,M S k . W ^ ^ ^ashmgtoMSoTunion 
(1955-59) and include extensive files of testimony, briefs, 

and opinions. Other papers relate to the William J. Pen- 

Z™ ^^-^atum ( 1953 ~ 58 ). ** Washington Com- 

msHs? 1 JST* (m ,^ 8) ' "* L^Westman 
T iSr ) L ™? nd " Pe^onal papers (1943-55) of William 
J. Pennock. Correspondents include Norman P. Atkinson 
S^J^l °°2^ Mabfl Conrad, Gretchen Da^SS 
Henry P^her^Forer and Eein (firm), Barbara Hartle, Marv 
Hopfansor, Warren GrantMagnuson, Richard^KX 
berger, Lou!se Pennock, William James Pennock, Terry 
Pettus, Thomas C. Babbitt, Jay Sykes, Etta Tripp, Lenus 
Westman the U. S. Senate Subversive Activities Control 
ttoard, and the attorney general, the Social Security Dept, 
and the Dept. of Public Assistance of the State of Washing- 
Unpublished inventory record and guide in the library. 
Information on literary rights available in the library 
Cxift of the Washington Pension Union and Mrs. Louise 
Pennock, 1962. Dedicated by the union to the memory of 
William J. Pennock. 

Brisbane, Wiflianv Henry, 1803 (ca.)-1878 ^ 6 ^" 1058 

Papers, 1829-1913. 2 ft 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 
Th»K c l er g yman ' Physician, and editor, of Arena, Wis. 
The bulk of the papers are bound in 49 Vols, and include 

7u£3wr? ? m Bnsbane?s i°™»Als (1834-42), his diaries 
(1844-1878), pro-slavery arguments (prior to 1835), anti- 
slavery essays and addresses, sermons, religious composi- 
tions, and copies of 13 letters written (1859)to such perWs 

3 SSL^S"? ^ d <¥ Sdaaz ' t °S ether ^ diaries 
of members of the Brisbane family, missionary circle records, 
reminiscences, and miscellaneous papers. The unbound ma- 
terial consists of some correspondence (1861-1913), sermons. 
kss. of stones, and cuppings. =»™iuns, 

Unpublished inventory in the repository 
Br2e"w6'5} e Brisbane ' Bubin Brisb ane> and Mrs. Edith 



Bruno, Henry Augustine, 1893- MS 65-1059 

Papers, 1923-63. 10 ft. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections 
V**n rektlons J counsel ■»* aviation pioneer, of New 
lork. Correspondence; material relating to Bruno's book 

oTX™ ***** (1942) ; a «** of ^ ReSLenS 
torv(&£^ n i a T 10 £ a ^W^tion to the Oral His- 
tory CMce of Columbia University) ; articles by him, chiefly 

™EU2 Bta i m ^T ZUm ' "^ * rtid '* about & orfcs firm; 
publicity inatenals prepared by Bruno and his firm- clipl 
pings; and memorabilia predominantly relating to the New 



I 



126 



York Lotos Club and the American Legion Air Service Post 
501. The publicity materials make up the bulk of the papers 
and include outlines of publicity campaigns, press releases, 
photos., examples of printed publicity materials, a press kit 
prepared for the National Association of Engine and Boat 
Manufacturers, and press clippings concerning the defense 
special trains in 1941. The largest portion of the corre- 
spondence is letters Bruno received while president of the 
New York Lotos Club. The other letters are either con- 
cerned with his book, Wings over America, or ways to obtain 
publicity for his clients. Correspondents include Bernard 
Baruch, Omar Bradley, Thomas E. Dewey, J. H ("Jimmy") 
Doolittle, Dwight D. Eisenhower, "Jim" Farley, Herbert 
Hoover, J. Edgar Hoover, Robert Jackson, David Lawrence, 
Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr., Douglas MacArthur, Frank E. 
Mason, Chester Nimitz, Richard Nixon, Prince Rainier 
(faranaldi), Carlos Romulo, Francis Cardinal Spellman, 
Lowell Thorn**, Vernon Thomson, Harry Truman, Nathan 
Twining, Earl Warren, and Orville Wright 

Unpublished inventory in the repository. 

Gift of Mr. Bruno, 1963. 



»„. «™. „ MS 65-1060 

Hedges, William S 1895- 

Papers, 1918-63. ca.3ft 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Vice president of the National Broadcasting Company. 
Correspondence, speeches and articles, Hedges' World War n 
research file, memorabilia, and other papers. Includes about 
400 letters (1926-62) and materials including reports, min- 
utes, and statements relating to the National Broadcasting 
Company, the Broadcast Pioneers, and the National Associa- 
tion of Broadcasters; speeches dealing with the Federal 
Communications Commission, speech education, and various 
phases of television and radio; and "Thirty years in broad- 
casting; £] bmited view of one man watching the growth of 
an industry," ateanscript of interviews with Hedges for the 
Oral History Office of Columbia University. OU6WIDrine 

Unpublished inventory in the repository 

Gift of Mr. Hedges, 1963. 



Hightower, John Murmann, 1909- MS 65_1061 

Papers, 1944-60. 4 ft. 

Li State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections 
sio%£w T** 01 ^ correspondent. Correspondence 
(1945-60) including letters to Ms wife while Hightower was 
covering : the Council of Foreign Ministers in Moscow (1947) 
and Berlin (1954) ; background information consisting pre- 
dominantly ^of confidential memoranda from press con- 
ferences of Government officials such as John Foster Dulles 
Averell Harnman, and George C. Marshall ; State Dept. and 
foreign embassy press releases; clippings of Hightowert 
«^m; notebook, kept by Hightower on press conferences, 
*Ploinatic : conferences and trips; and 10 desk calendars™ 
thTwll^tS n ° teS ' notebook s comprise the bulk of 

Unpublished inventory in the repository 
^Closed to investigators without the recommendation of the 
jS? vi582/ mtten PeTm ^ 0n of **• Hiffttower until 
Gift of Mr. Hightower, 1962. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



) 



MS 65-1062 
Kaltenbom, Hans von, 1878-1965. 

Papers, 1883-1962. 100 ft. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Radio commentator and news analyst. Correspondence 
(1902-62); mss. of Kaltenborn's books, articles, lectures, 
addresses, and press columns; notes; radio, television and 
film scripts (1935-62) ; publicity releases; business and pro- 
fessional papers; scrapbooks of bis life, career, and articles; 
and memorabilia. The correspondence includes fan mail, 
family and personal letters, and an autograph collection of 
nearly 1000 letters from famous people in broadcasting, 

politics, the arts, sports, and scholarship. Mss. of his books 
include Europe now (1945), It seems like yesterday (1956), 
and Fifty fabulous years (1950). The business papers de- 
scribe Kaltenborn's relationship with networks, sponsors, 
advertising agencies, and publishers. His professional 
papers include materials concerning the Association of 
Radio and Television News Analysts, Broadcast Pioneers, 
the Kaltenbom Foundation, the Overseas Press Club, and 
the American Civil Liberties Union. The scripts represent 
a complete record of Kaltenborn's prepared broadcasts since 
1935. 

Descriptive brochure published by the Mass Communica- 
tions History Center of the State Historical Society of Wis- 
consin : The H. V. Kaltenbom collection. 

Gift of Mr. Kaltenbom, 1954-62. 



MS 65-1063 
Kenny, Robert Walker, 1901- 

Papers of Robert Walker Kenny and Robert S. Morris, 
1940-57. 10 ft 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Lawyer, of Los Angeles. The papers of Robert Walker 
Kenny and Robert S. Morris (b. 1915), California lawyers, 
who. defended actors and writers involved in civil liberties 
cases, congressional hearings and blacklistings include legal 
papers and with some correspondence, newspaper clippings, 
and miscellany relating to the Washington hearings of screen 
writers, producers, and directors summoned to testify before 

the House Committee on Un-American Activities. Also in- 
cludes material relating to the Hollywood Nineteen, the 
Hollywood Ten, and blacklisting in the movie industry. 

The material is related to the society's Dalton Trumbo, 
Albert Maltz, and Hollywood Democratic Committee collec- 
tions. 

Unpublished inventory in the repository. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Gift of Mr. Kenny and Mr. Morris, 1962. 



MS 65-1064 
Kerr, Jean (Collins) 1925- 

Papers of Jean (Collins) Kerr and Walter Kerr, 1929-61. 
12ft. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Author. Correspondence; notes and typescripts of essays, 
short stories, lyrics, books, plays, and adaptations for the 
stage and television ; outlines, notes, and typescripts of lec- 
tures; financial statements; clippings; and other papers of 
Jean and Walter Kerr (b. 1913), author and drama critic. 
Correspondents include Mr. Kerr's mother, Esther (Daugh- 
erty) Kerr, and his sister, nuns, and priests; together with 
such well-known persons as George Abbott, Brooks Atkin- 
son, W. HAuden, Ralph Bellamy, Barrett H. Clark, John 
van Druten, John Gassner, John Golden, Mordecai Gorelik, 
Oscar Hammerstein n, Moss Hart, Helen Hayes, Peter Lind 
Hayes, Hubert Hefiner, Elia Kazan, Howard Lindsay, 
Claire Luce, Claudia McNeil, Fredric March, Mary 



Martin, Groucho Marx, Jo Mielziner, Max Reinhardt, Wil- 
liam Saroyan, Gloria Swanson, and Tennessee Williams. 

Unpublished inventory in the repository. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Gift of Mr. Kerr, 1962. 



MS 65-1066 
Kirsch, William, 1889-1956. 

Papers, 1921-54. 4 ft 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Agricultural economist and statistician for the Wiscon- 
sin State Dept of Agriculture. Correspondence, research 
files, notes, articles, and clippings, concerned with Kirsch's 
interest in Wisconsin agriculture and marketing practices. 
The correspondence reflects his interest in the problems of 
the Wisconsin Cooperative Milk Pool in the 1930's and in 
the anti-monopoly indictments against large cheese com- 
panies, price controls in dairy products, standardization of 

farm products, advertising in the dairy industry, and agri- 
cultural production and marketing in Wisconsin in the 
1940's. Correspondents include U. S. Representative Merlin 
Hull, U S. Senator Robert M La Follette, Jr., Thurman 
Arnold of the Justice Dept and Donald Montgomery, con- 
sumer's counsel for the U S. Dept. of Agriculture. 

Unpublished inventory in the repository. 

Gift of Mrs. Kirsch, 1957. 



MS 65-1066 
Mason, Frank Earl, 1893- 

Papers, 1931-46. 3 ft 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Government official, foreign correspondent, and pub- 
lisher; of New York. Correspondence; Mason's speeches 
covering newspaper-radio relations, short wave broadcast- 
ing, and propaganda; telephone logs and daily appointment 
sheets, kept while he was a special assistant to the Secretary 
of the Navy during World War n; a typescript of his testi- 
mony before a congressional hearing in 1938 relating to 
short wave; reports about short wave and reconversion of 
industry after the war; and mimeograph copies of the news 
conferences of the Secretary of the Navy predominantly 
concerned with the war in the Pacific with some material on 
the Normandy invasion. Most of the correspondence is con- 
cerned with theNational Broadcasting Company's progress 
in developing short wave facilities and Mason's activities in 
the U. S. Dept of the Navy. Includes letters from Herbert 
Hoover and Joachim Streseman, son of Germany's "Peace 
Chancellor." 

Unpublished inventory in the repository. 

Gift of Mr. Mason, 1961. 



MS 65-1067 
Progressive Citizens of America. HoUywood Arts, Sciences, 
and Professions Council. 

Records, 1943-58. 6 ft 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 

Mainly files (1943-49) of the council and its predecessors; 
the Hollywood Democratic Committee and the Hollywood 
Independent Citizens Council of the Arts, Sciences, and Pro- 
fessions, kept by George Pepper, the executive secretary and 
one of the Hollywood Ten. Includes correspondence, mate- 
rials relating to reorganization and meetings, statements of 
policy, financial records, bills favored or sponsored in the 
U. S. Congress by the council, campaign plans, 20 tape re- 



127 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



Progressive Citizens of America. Hollywood Arts, Sciences, 
and Professions Council. Records, 1943-58. 
(Continued). 

Shl! Sh0W5 ' ?**** and dLnners WW* or pro- 
(1944-48), clippings, pubhcation, and other papers 

ffii. ^ a rt Kenny and Robert Morris c °i- 

Unpublished inventory in the repository 

Informal on literary rights available in the repository. 

(lift of George Pepper, 1962. J 

Adams, George Burton, 1851-1925. ^ 65 ~ 1068 

Correspondence, ca. 1880-1920. 12 ft. (ca. 6000 items) 

-In I ale University Library. 

Professor of history at Yale University. Correspondence 
concerning English history, the Yale History DeptTthe re- 
lationship of graduate to undergraduate education at Yale 
and in general, the American Historical Association, and the 
"American historical review." Includes correspondence with 
prominent British and American historians. 

Unpublished preliminary register in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Adams and Ruth Adams, 1909-42. 

Adams, Thomas Sewel], 1873-1933 MS 65-1069 

Papers, 1900-33. 21 ft. (ca. 10,000 items) 
In Yale University Library. 

xr 1 ***- ^^ O ec ^ omist '' and Pressor at Yale University. 
Material (1926-27) collected and written for a survey for 
the American Gas Association; material (1921-25) for a 
survey of the cement industry in the case U. S. vs. Atlas 
£ortland .Cement Company, et al.; material concerning the 
Committees on Double Taxation of the InternationalCham- 

mSa- oSrT 6 ?* and of ^ Lea £ ue of Nations; papers 
(190^27) relating to the Wisconsin Tax Commission ; W 

papers relating to the President's. Conference on Home 
funding and Home Ownership, 1931-32, and State and 
Federal tax problems, 1900-33. The papers relate almost 
exclusively to matters of taxation. 

Unpublished register in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

trift of the estate of Mr. Adams, 1937. 



Ailing family. MS 65-1070 

Papers, 1726-1885. ca. 250 items. 
In Yale University Library. 

Chiefly legal papers of the Ailing family of New Haven, 
Conn^, including the legal papers of Lt. Josiah Francis 
Clark, relating to his service in the Union Army, 1859-62 
Information on literary rights available in the library 
Purchase, 1945 and 1950. 



Anrfl . TO MS 65-1071 

Austin, Warren Robinson, 1877- 

Constituent correspondence, 1937. ca. 1200 items. 

In Yale University Library. 

U. S. Senator from Vermont and member of the Senate 
Judiciary Committee. Letters to Austin from his constitu- 
ents, expresang their approval of his opposition to the at- 
tempted reorganization of the U. S. Federal Judiciary as 
embodied in S. 1392, 75th Congress, 1st Session, 1937 

Information on literary rights available in the librarv 

Gift of Mr. Austin, 1943. 



128 



„ MS 65-1072 

Burnet family. 

Papers, 1725-1936. ca. 80 items. 
In Yale University Library. 

Chiefly personal correspondence of Richard West (1716- 
1742), poet; of his sister, Mary (West) Williams (1715- 
1800) ; of her son, the Rev. John Henry Williams (b. 1747) ; 
andof her father, Richard West, Sr. (d. 1726), lawyer, 
playwright, and statesman; family genealogies; legal 
papers; and other material. Includes two letters from doc- 
tors discussing various physical ailments in the light of 
medical knowledge of the time; letters (1724-26) to Richard 
West, Sr. (when he was Chancellor of Ireland) from several 
Government officials, including Granville, Newcastle, and 
Walpoie discussing various affairs of state; a collection of 
poetry written by Richard West, Jr., and Daniel Gaches; 
and information on the Dutch estate of Bp. Gilbert Burnet 
(1643-1715), and especially on the claims of the Rev. John 
Henry Williams to the inheritance of that estate. 

Unpublished register in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library 

Purchased from Henry C. Smith, 1954. 



. t MS 65-1073 

Carpenter, Arthur B 

Letters, 1860-66. ca. 160 items. 

In Yale University Library. 

U. S. Army officer. Letters written by Carpenter to his 
parents in Monson, Mass., and to other members of his fam- 
ily; and a photo, signed while he was a sergeant The 
papers relate to the Battle of Shiloh at Pittsburg Landing, 
Tenn.; the Confederate evacuation of Corinth, Miss.- the 
battle around Stone River, Tenn. (Battle of Murfreesboro) ; 
the charge on Confederates at Hoover's Gap, Tenn.; the 
Battle of Chickamauga, Ga.; the skirmish on Tunnel Hill in 
Tenn.; the Battle of Resaca, Ga.; the Battle of Kennesaw 
Mountain, Ga.; the occupation of -Atlanta; and the march 
through the South by General William Tecumseh Sherman. 

Unpublished register in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library 

Gift of Charles Eberstedt, 1964. 



_..,., MS 65-1074 

Finch family. 

William Appleton Aiken collection, 1660-1715. ca. 4500 
items. 

In Yale University Library. 

In part, photocopies. 

Notes and photocopies of items of British history, mainly 
of the Finch family, particularly Daniel Finch, 2d earl of 
Nottingham. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. William Appleton Aiken, 1959. 



Goodyear family. MS65-1075 

Papers, 1755-1901. 353 items. 

In Yale University Library. 

Papers of Watson Andrews Goodyear (1839-1891) , geolo- 
gist and civil and mining engineer; of Edward Bassett 
Goodyear (1840-1899) ; of Ellsworth D. S. Goodyear, Union 
-6jmy general during the Civil War; and of other members 
of the Connecticut family. 

Unpublished register in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift and purchase. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 65-1076 
Marsh, Othniel, Charles |> 1831-1899. 

Papers, 1817-1940. ca. 15,500 items. 

In Yale University Library. 

Paleontologist and professor at Yale University. Fam- 
ily, personal, and business correspondence, notes and 
sketches, accounts, expense lists and receipts, notebooks, pub- 
lications (1817-1940), photos., and other papers relating to 
the personal life of Marsh and some of his relatives, but 
primarily to the National Academy of Science (of which 
Marsh was president), the U. S. Geological Survey, the 
U. S. National and Peabody Museums, and to Marsh's con- 
tributions to the development of paleontology as a science. 
Includes Bed Cloud Agency correspondence, reports, and 
notes; correspondence with noted scientists; and printed 
items relating to Marsh's scientific career, paleontology, and 
to the materials collected by him. Correspondents include 
Alexander Agassis, Louis Agassiz, William Henry Brewer, 
George Jarvis Brush, Charles R Darwin, James Dwight 
Dana, Sir William Henry Flower, Edward Everett Hale, 

Thomas Henry Huxley, Simon Newcomb, George Peabody, 
Charles Sanders Pierce, Noah Porter, Bed Cloud, Samuel 
H. Scudder, William Tecumseh Sherman, Francis A. 
Walker, and Theodore Dwight Woolsey. 

Unpublished register in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Marsh, 1899; and Archives of Peabody Mu- 
seum, Yale University. 



MS 65-1077 
Sizer, Theodore, 1892- 

Papers, 1930-54. ca. 350 items. 
In Yale University Library. 

Professor of art history and Director, Yale University Art 
Gallery. Correspondence (1930-47) of Sizer with Eric Gill, 
James Lukens McConaughy, Gifford Pinchot, Noiel Lawson 
Lewis, and Sir Edmund Kerchever Chambers; correspond- 
ence concerning Sizer's career as a monuments officer during 

World War n; and correspondence, articles, and newspaper 
clippings (1943-48) pertaining to the Monuments, Fine 
Arts, and Archives Section of the U. S. Army Air Corps, 
during World War n. 

Unpublished register in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Sizer, 1942. 



MS 65-1078 
Smith, Charles Robinson, 1855-1930. 

Papers, 1855-ca. 1930. ca. 2500 items. 

In Yale University library. 

Lawyer. Correspondence and articles. Includes letters 
to newspaper editors concerning primarily the cancellation 
of Allied war debts, particularly with France. Correspond- 
ents include William E. Borah and Jean Jusserand. 

Unpublished register in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Miss D. Robinson Smith, 1958-59. 



MS65-1079 
ToDer, Ernst, 1893-1939. 

Papers, 1934-39. ca. 3600 items. 
In Yale University Library. 

German playwright. Correspondence, texts, printed and 
typewritten matter, articles, photos., newspaper clippings, 
and miscellaneous fiction and other material. The papers, 
chiefly in English, relate to German drama in the 20th cen- 



tury and to European political and intellectual develop- 
ments, particularly regarding the response to the rise of Hit- 
ler and to the Spanish Civil War. 

Unpublished register in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Purchased from Sidney Kaufman, 1954. 

MS 65-1080 
Yale University. Library. 

Latin American collection, 1521-1918. ca. 3140 items. 

In Yale University Library. 

In part, transcripts and photocopies (negative). 

Correspondence; official government documents including 
reports, decrees, commissions, and awards; church docu- 
ments; chronicles; essays; poetry; discourses; prints and 
engravings; and other papers chiefly from Spain, Mexico, 
and Peru, with some from Cuba, Central America, and Par- 
aguay relating to the Colonial, Independence, and National 
periods in Latin American history. Includes papers about 

Puebla, Mexico, dealing with civil and criminal law cases 
including settlement of estates, cattle rustling, trials for in- 
cest, petitions to the government, church affairs, and Indian 
controversies; and material about government, churches, 
commerce, economics, law, mining, geography, and social 
life in Latin American countries. Signers of letters and 
documents include Sim6n Bolivar, Anastasio Bustamante, 
Porfirio Diaz, Manuel Hidalgo, Augustin de Iturbide, Jos6 
de San Martin, Benito Juarez, Maximil ia n , Emperor of 
Mexico, Jose Maria Morelos, Jose Antonio Paez, Juan 
Manuel de Eosas, and Antonio Lopez de Santa Ana. 

Unpublished register in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gifts from the Del Monte Collection, the Hiram Bingham 
Collection, and the Henry B. Wagner Collection; Frances 
Dorothy Beebe; Buckingham Smith; and funds from Wal- 
ter McClintock. 

MS 65-1081 
Geist, Otto William, 1888-1963. 

Papers, 1927-63. ca. 80 feet. 

In University of Alaska Library. 

Paleontologist and archeologist in Alaska. Correspond- 
ence (some of it personal) ; diaries; reports; notes; speci- 
men catalogs; maps; photos, chiefly of the specimens col- 
lected, collection sites, and natives; financial papers; and 
other papers. Many of the reports and diaries are of the 
St. Lawrence Island Expeditions (1926-29) where Geist 
discovered and excavated an ancient Eskimo village (Kuku- 
lik). Principal geographical areas covered are Fairbanks, 
St Lawrence Island, and Porcupine and Crow Rivers, 
Alaska. Correspondents include Dr. Charles Bunnell, 
Childs Frick, and Olaus Johan Murie. 

Unpublished guide in the repository. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Geist's estate, 1964. 



MS 65-1082 
'Virginia Civil War letters, 1863-65. 115 items. 

In University of Alaska Library. 

Correspondence, battle orders, directives, and military re- 
ports relating to the fighting activities of the Dept. of West 
Virginia, the Middle Military Division, and the 2d Cavalry 
Division, U. S. Army. Includes letters relating to military 
operations against Early and Mosby, containing reports by 
scouts on enemy maneuvers, and outlining proposed strategy. 
Correspondents include Generals William Woods AvereU, 
George H. Chapman, Benjamin Franklin Kelley, William 
Henry Powell, William B. Tibbits, and Alfred Thomas 
Archimedes Torbert. 



129 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



Virginia Civil War letters, 1863-65. (Continued) 

ChS U Sll gtt i de , intll , 6librai7 - ^ described in 

H^r^J^^^ t0graphs ' ^ Sak So- 2, Gotham 
.Hotel, October 17th, 1963, p. 131 ^^ 

^PxT *° ^Jf^ 15 *M» approval from the Curator of 
tt^muscnpt CoUection or the Director of the SorSel 



CJarkson, Inomas, 1760-1846. MS 66 ~ 1083 

Papers, 1785-1929. 42 items 

ii Atlanta University, Trevor Arnett Library. 

English abolitionist. Chiefly correspondence, together 
StX^-* ^f^'* 'WS inritos 2C£ 
SSltel T^ "^ to ^ ^it to France rfter 
£e fall of a, , Bastille, a ms. by Mrs. Dickinson, wife of the 
Btetor of Wolferton, four silhouettes, an annotated cop/of 

n.Zf^ ?T C^* 30 * «*d his wife, Catherine (Buck) 
Clarkson, to her parents, Mr. and mS. WilC Buck?9 

letters by Mrs. Dickinson; and a letter (1929) by Sir Robert 
Forsyth Scott, Master of St John's Couege, CanabridTre- 
lating to a ms. of a Clarkson essay <-<«a°nage, re- 

Papers individually cataloged in the library, 
tuft of Anson Phelps Stokes, 1932. 

Angoff, Charles, 1902- MS 65-1084 

Papers, 1932-65. ca. 500 items. 

In Boston University Library. 

In part, photocopies (10 items) 
en« U ^ a ? d editor / fmAmericai1 mercury. Correspond- 
SeTr^ ! raryfi ^ UMS ' P artic «l«ly H. L. Mencken in 
thwrnutaal association on Th. American mercury kss. 
typescripts, and carbons of AngofPs works; and^ppW 

Inventory available in the library. cuppings. 

Additions to the collection are anticipated. 



Ardrey, Robert, 1908- MS 65-1085 

Papers, 1936-S4. ca. 300 items. 

In Boston University Library. 

Author and playwright. Correspondence, msb. and type- 
scripts of 17 of Ardrey's books in sevenddrafte with ha£ 
graph notes and corrections. Includes correspondence with 
publishers in London and abroad; and correspondence con- 
cerning scientific reactions to the thesis of his book. African 
genesis (1961) . ^^ ~««*u 

Inventory in the library. 

^ffflmation on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Ardrey, 1964. 

Additions to the collection are anticipated. 



urmonr, Richard WiDard, 1906- MS 66 ~ 1086 

Papers, 1964-65. 2 ft. 
In Boston University Library. 

wot^tV, ^^P 011 ^ *** typescripts of Armour's 
worJcs with many holograph notes. 

Inventory available in the library. 

ra^^° n A° 11 HterM7 rights ava il*ble in the library. 
Gift of Mr. Armour, 1965. ^^ 

Additions to the collection are anticipated. 



Armstrong, Charlotte, 1905- 66-1087 

Papers, 1920's-65. 6 ft 

In Boston University Library. 

Author. Typescripts of Miss Armstrong's published and 
unpublished novels, plays, and short stories; dippings of 
reviews; and proof sheets. Includes ca. 28 xss. ofnovels 
and novelettes, 36 stss. of plays, 51 poems, and 60 short 
stones, with copious notes on each item regarding its publi- 

Inventory available in the library. 

Liformation on literary rights available in the library. 

Uiftof Miss Armstrong, 1965. 

Additions to the collection are anticipated. 



Aamov, Isaae, 1920- MS 65-1088 

Papers, 1949-64. 8 ft. 

In Boston University Library. 

Author. Business correspondence with publishers; letters 
to Asimov from scientists regarding his works; and type- 
scripts and carbons of his works of science and science fie- 
mon. 

Inventory available in the library. 

Lifonnation on literary rights available in the library. 
Gift of Mr. Asimov, 1965. «««y. 

Additions to the collection are anticipated. 



._* ., MS 65-1089 

Astor, Mary, 1906- 

Papers, 1958-64. 3 ft. 

In Boston University Library. 

Author and actress. Correspondence, typescripts of Miss 
Aster's published and unpublished works with holograph 
notes and corrections, press releases, publicity, and other 
papers. Includes correspondence with publishers and a large 
amount of correspondence, including Roman Catholic opin- 
ion, on the problem of alcoholism as presented in her book 
My story (1959), and on her conversion to Catholicism. 

Inventory in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library 

Gift of Miss Astor, 1964. 

Additions to the collection are anticipated. 



130 



n*n i. t ' «, MS65-1090 

Beflah, James Warner, 1899- 

Papere, 1916-57. 8 v., 5 portfolios, 7 scrapbooks, and 1 

In Boston University Library. 

Author and Army officer. Correspondence; military rec- 
ords, including Army logbooks of aeronautics; mss. of lec- 
tures used m the training of troops during World War n- 
college notebooks; and photos, of Bellah and of scenes from 
Fort Apache," a motion picture version of Bellah's book 
The Apache (1951). Includes numerous World War i let- 
ters from various Army officers. Correspondents include 
Dwight David Eisenhower, Louis Mountbatten, Joseph W. 
Stilwell, and Albert C. Wedemeyer. 

Inventory in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the librarr 

Gift Of Mr. Bellah, 1964. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 65-1091 
Benchley, Nathaniel, 1915- 

Papers, 1897-64. ca. 1000 items. 

In Boston University Library. 

Author. Correspondence with publishers and others, in- 
cluding Benchley*s childhood correspondence; typescripts 
of Benchley ; s works with holograph corrections; material 
used in his book Robert Benchley, a biography (1955), in- 
cluding letters to Robert Benchley and about him; material 
on Benchley's activities at Phillips Exeter Academy, Exeter, 
N. H; numerous photos, of scenes from plays; contracts 
for works ; and clippings. 

Inventory available in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Benchley, 1965. 

Additions to the collection are anticipated. 



MS 65-1092 
Borden, Mary, 1886- 

Papers, 1919-64. 7 ft. 

In Boston University Library. 

Author. Correspondence, both personal and with pub- 
lishers concerning Miss Borden's works; and mss. and type- 
scripts of 19 novels. Includes letters from French generals 
with whom Miss Borden worked while she was running a 
mobile hospital unit during World Wars i and n, and mb&, 
in several drafts, of The forbidden zone (1930) and Journey 
down a blind alley (1946) both, based upon her wartime 
volunteer activities. Correspondents include Harold Baker, 
Algernon Blackwood, Winston Churchill, Noel Coward, and 
Julian Huxley. 

Inventory in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Miss Borden, 1964. 

Additions to the collection are anticipated. 



MS 65-1093 
Brace, Gerald Warner, 1901- 

Papers, 1934-64. 7 ft. 

In Boston University Library. 

Author. Correspondence; use., typescripts, and proof 
sheets of Brace's novels; and publicity releases and clip- 
pings. 

Inventory available in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Brace, 1965. 

Additions to the collection are anticipated. 



MS 65-1094 
Carroll, Gladys (Hasty) 1904- 

Papers, 1915-64. 9 ft. 

In Boston University Library. 

Author and trustee of Bates College, Lewiston, Me. Per- 
sonal and professional correspondence; 152 mss. of Mrs. 
Carroll's short stories and articles, including 15 of her 
novels and some juvenilia; clippings and other publicity 
material consisting of 8 scrapbooks and one carton on all of 
her works, including the motion picture and folk play ver- 
sions of As the earth turns (1933). Includes a file of cor- 
respondence (1934-64) relating to Bates College; and letters 
from Governors of Maine, Senators, President John F. Ken- 
nedy, Richard Nixon, and other national political figures, 
relating to her political interest in the Republican Party. 

Inventory, partially catalogued, available in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Deposited by Mrs. Can-oil, 1964. 

Additions to the collection are anticipated. 



MS 65-1095 
Charteris, Leslie, 1907- 
Papers, 1940-65. 8 ft. 
In Boston University Library. 

Author. Correspondence; typescripts and proof sheets 
of novels and short stories; us. of drafts of comic strips 
done for the New York herald tribune, 1953-62; adaptations 
for radio and television; printed short excerpts from peri- 
odicals ; and clippings. 

Inventory available in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Charteris, 1965. 

Additions to the collection are anticipated. 

MS 65-1096 
Drought, James, 1931- 

Papers, 1953-65. ca. 200 items. 

In Boston University Library. 

Author. Correspondence of Drought, mainly with, his 
publishers; typescripts of 12 of his works (some in several 
drafts) with holograph corrections and proofs; photos. ; and 
publicity materials. 

Inventory available in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Drought, 1965. 

Additions to the collection are anticipated. 

MS 65-1097 
Epstein, Seymour, 1917- 

Papers, 1954-64. ca. 1 ft. 

In Boston University Library. 

Author, of Long Island, N. Y. mss. of Epstein's works 
and typescript copies of his published short stories and ad- 
dresses at the New School for Social Research, New York 
City. 

Unpublished catalog in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Epstein, 1964. 

Additions to the collection are anticipated 

MS 65-1098 
Geismar, Maxwell David, 1909- 

Papers, 1929-61. 50 ft (ca. 20,000 items) 

In Boston University Library. 

Author, literary critic, and professor at Sarah Lawrence 
College, Bronxville, N. Y. Correspondence; mss., proof 
sheets, and printed copies of Geismar's writings; book re- 
views; and scrapbooks of publicity releases. Includes ca. 
300 letters relating to Geismar's connection with Sarah 
Lawrence College and his friendship with Harold Taylor. 
Correspondents include Nelson Algren, Van Wyck Brooks, 
Eveline Doob, P. D. East, John Howard Griffin, Carl Miller, 

Bucklin Moon, Anais Nin, Maxwell Evarts Perkins, Harold 
Peterson, Thomas Wolfe Sancton, and Edmund Wilson. 

Index and" unpublished calendar available in the library. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Geismar, 1964. 

Additions to the collection are anticipated. 

MS65-10W 
Gilbert, Edwin. 

Papers, 1955-64. 4 ft 
In Boston University Library. 

Author. Correspondence, together with mss. and type- 
scripts of Gilbert's works. 
Inventory available in the library. 
Information on literary rights available in the library. 
Gift of Mr. Gilbert, 1965. 
Additions to the collection are anticipated 



131 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



Holman, Libby. MS 65-1100 

Papers, 1925-64. ca. 600 items and 8 scrapbooks. 

In Boston University Library. 

Singer and actress. Correspondence (ca. 200 letters) 8 
vols, of scrapbooks consisting of material on Miss Holman's 
career, ca. 200 publicity photos., and dippings. Corre- 
spondents include Alice B. Toklas and Thornton Wilder. 

Inventory available in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Miss Holman, 1965. 

Additions to the collection are anticipated. 



Jessup, Richard, 1925- MS 65-1101 

Papers, 1964-65. 2 ft 

In Boston University Library. 

Author. Typescripts with holograph corrections of Jes- 
sup s Jones and plays, several drafts of his unpublished 
novel Sailor, and clippings and reviews. 

Inventory available in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library 

Gift of Mr. Jessup, 1965. 

Additions to the collection are anticipated. 

King, Martin Luther, 1929- MS 65-1102 

Papers, 1956-61. 30 ft. 

In Boston University Library 

Baptist clergyman, author, and Negro civil rights leader. 
Personal and business correspondence relating to Kind's 
work as president of the Southern Christian Leadership 
Conference m Atlanta, Ga.; correspondence of King with 
Senator Paul Douglas, Medgar Evers, Bayard RustL and 
others; records of awards and honors in connection with 
King's work in civil rights; and records of the various civil 
rights campaigns, including the Montgomery, Ala., bus boy- 
cott. J 

Inventory available in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library 

Gift of Dr. King, 1964. " 

Annual additions of papers are to be received by the 
library. J 

Knebel, Fletcher, 1911- MS 65-1103 

Papers, 1960-64. ca. 100 items. 
In Boston University Library. 

Author and journalist. Correspondence with publishers 
and with prominent political figures; and typescripts oi 
Knebel s works. Includes a 4 p. letter from Jacqueline 
Kennedy detailing the interests of her husband, John F. 
Kennedy. Correspondents include Albert Arnold Gore, 
Bourke Blakemore Hickenlooper, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, 
Lyndon Baines Johnson, and Richard Milhous Nixon. 

Inventory, with annotations by Knebel, in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library 

Gift of Mr. Knebel, 1964. 

Additions to the collection are anticipated. 

r^s. « ,™r MS 65-1104 

Levin, Meyer, 1905- 

Papers, 1923-62. 3 ft 

In Boston University Library. 

Author and World War n correspondent Correspond- 
ence of Levin with publishers; typescripts, with holograph 
notes and corrections, of Levin's published and unpublished 
works; notebook kept while Levin was serving as a war 
correspondent during World War n; carbons of cabled war 
dispatches; material on the production (films) of his works 



in Israel; and clippings of articles and stories. Among the 
correspondents is Tehudi Menuhin. 

Inventory available in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library 

Gift of Mr. Levin, 1964. 

Additions to the collection are anticipated. 



MS 65-1105 
Longstreet, Stephen, 1907- 

Papers, 1920-64. ca. 300 items. 

In Boston University Library. 

Author. Correspondence, typescripts of published and 
unpublished works, ca. 186 original sketches in watercolor 
•of World War n drawings and of public figures of the 
1920's, and some publicity material 

Inventory in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Longstreet, 1964. 

Additions to the collection are anticipated. 



„ t . MS65-U06 

Lowry, Robert James CoDas, 1919- 

Papers, 1934-65. 4 ft. 

In Boston University Library. 

Author. Correspondence (1953-64); autobiographical 
material and financial records; mss. and typescripts of 
Lowry's works, including juvenilia; proof sheets; extensive 
material (1939-59) on and copies of Lowry's experiments in 
printing "Little man" and other literary magazines; school 
records; and memorabilia. 

Inventory available in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Lowry, 1965. 

Additions to the collection are anticipated. 



« - „ t , ~, MS 65-1107 

Mannin, Ethel Edith, 1900- 

Papers, 1930-65. ca. 100 items. 

In Boston University Library. 

Author. Typescripts with holograph annotations of 14 
published works and 14 unpublished works; typescripts, 
clippings, and notes used for writing "Aspects of Egypt"; 
and notes for a lecture on Yeats, with particular mention of 
his "Casement diaries." 

Inventory available in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Miss Mannin, 1965. 

Additions to the collection are anticipated. 



« -lu c. .- MS 65-1108 

North, Sterling, 1906- 

Papers, 1952-64. ca. 1 ft. 

In Boston University Library. 

Author and editor. Correspondence, mss. of writings, 
financial records, and other items concerning the publication 
of North's works beginning with his book Abe Lincoln, log 
cabin to White House (1956) . 

Unpublished calendar in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Annual additions of papers relating to North's future 
publications are to be received by the library 

Gift '' 



132 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 66-1109 
Scarfe, Francis, 1911- 

Papers, 1957-64. ca. 300 items. 

In Boston University library. 

Author. Chiefly correspondence, together with type- 
scripts with holograph leaves of 8 works. Includes letters 
to Scarfe from T. S. Eliot and other literary figures and 
from Ms publishers. 

Inventory in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Scarfe, 1964. 

Additions to the collection are anticipated. 



MS 65-1110 
Seifert, Elizabeth, 1897- 

Papers, 1938-64. ca.3ft. 

In Boston University Library. 

Author. Correspondence (1958-59) with publishers; and 
holographs and typescripts of some of Miss Seifert's novels, 
including first outlines and early and revised drafts. 

Inventory available in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Miss Seifert, 1965. 

Additions to the collection are anticipated. 



MS 65-1111 
Shaw, Irwin, 1913- 

Papers, 1930's-65. 5 ft 
In Boston University Library. 

Author. Typescripts of Shaw's works, photos, and pub- 
licity materials. 
Inventory available in the library. 
Information on literary rights available in the library. 
Gift of Mr. Shaw, 1965. 
Additions to the collection are anticipated. 



MS 65-1112 
Smith, Vian, 1920- 

Papers, 1937-65. 200 items. 

In Boston University Library. 

English author. Correspondence of Smith with his pub- 
lishers; holograph journal of his life to April 1965; type- 
scripts, and proofs of bis works ; photos. ; and clippings. 

Inventory available in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Smith, 1965. 

Additions to the collection are anticipated. 



MS 65-1113 
Stone, Grace (Zaring) 1896- 
Papers, 1927-52. 14 v. 
In Boston University Library. 

Author. Business and personal correspondence, diary, 
photos., memorabilia, and clippings. Includes correspond- 
ence of Mrs. Stone with her publishers. 
Information on literary rights available in the library. 
Gift of Mrs. Stone, 1964. 

MS 65-1114 
White, Leslie Turner, 1903- 

Papers, 1928-65. ca. 600 items. 
In Boston University Library. 

Law enforcement official of Los Angeles, Calif., and au- 
thor. Correspondence, including that of. White with his 
publishers; material collected by him for his work on Lin- 
coln Steffens; articles; photos.; and clippings. 



Inventory available in the library. 

Access to collection restricted in part. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. White, 1965. 

Additions to the collection are anticipated. 

MS65-1115 
Williams, Jay, 1914- 

Papers, 1932-64. 68 items. 
In Boston University Library. 

Author. Typescripts of Williams' works with holograph 
annotations. 
Inventory in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 
Gift of Mr. Williams, 1964. 
Additions to the collection are anticipated. 

MS 65-1116 
Wolfson, Victor, 1909- 

Papers, 1927-64. ca. 300 items. 

In Boston University Library. 

Author. Correspondence with many American literary 
figures; early writings; and typescripts of plays and tele- 
vision productions, including the Winston Churchill series. 

The collection has been partially cataloged in the library 
and an inventory is available. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Wolfson, 1965. 

Additions to the collection are anticipated. 

MS 65-1117 
Yerby, Frank, 1916- 

Papers, 1954-64. ca. 150 items. 
In Boston University Library. 

Author. Correspondence with publishers; holographs 
and typescripts, in various drafts, of 52 of Yerby's pub- 
lished and unpublished works; and proof sheets. 
Inventory in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 
GiftofMr.Yerby,1964. 
Additions to the collection are anticipated. 

MS 65-1118 
Zahn, Curtis, 1912- 

Papers, 1930V65. ca. 300 items. 

In Boston University Library. 

Author and journalist. Correspondence containing com- 
ments on modern American literature by the editors of "little 
magazines"; typescripts of prose and poetry; and publicity 
material. 

Inventory available in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Zahn, 1965. 

Additions to the collection are anticipated. 

MS 65-1119 
Applegate, Oliver CrwnwelL 1845-1938. 

Papers, 1845-1938. ca. 36 ft. of microfilm. 

In University of California, Bancroft Library (Fihn P-A 
339) 

Microfilm of originals in private hands. 

Chiefly correspondence (1870-1938) of Applegate, who 
served in the Oregon Militia and U. S. Indian Service and 
was a U. S. commissary agent, teacher, merchant, and insur- 
ance agent; together with many letters (1850-74) by mem- 
bers of the Lindsay Applegate family; and various papers 
relating to the Modoc War (1867-74). Includes three letters 
(1845-46) to Henry A. G. Lee of the Oregon spectator. 

A key to the arrangement of the papers and lists of major 
correspondents in the repository. 



133 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collect 



tons 



Balch, George Thatcher, 1828-1894. ^ *^~ im 

Correspondence, 1855-63. 78 items. 
In University of California. Bancroft Library (P-W 2) 

fi 7f?L'^ eer - » lf?P by Balch t« bis wife, Harriet Dela- 
field (Cushman) Balch, written at the St Louis Arsenal and 
during the Sioux Campaign in Nebraska (1855), Fort Pick- 

STlS^TO-r 4 W ?*&». D - C 1862 and le^ 
by Mrs. Balch to her mother, Maria Jones (Tallmage) Cash- 
man, giving wartime news of Washington. 

Barclay, Alexander, 1810-1855. MS 65-1121 

Papers, 1823-58. 186 items. 

^S^ aStj * aI / kBiaa ^' Bancr °ft Library (P-E 238) 
^rekeeper, trader, and alcalde of the UppV Arkansas 

SSJ^J^j (1845_50) ke P* at the iLdscrabUe 
Settlement in Colorado and Barclay's Fort in New Mexico- 

*tL%3^1 F °^ ; ***" *** «*• corresponded 
of Barclay's brother George Barclay (d. 1871) aYd their 

be^^R^i 18 ^^ 1851 ) Cosily with IC^ 
bers of the Barclay family. Other correspondents include 

William Adamson, James Barry, Charles Bent. Robert BeteL 
Alexander Cathcart, H. L Wckiiiso^ Jc^pffi S 
Lewis A. Edwards, Thomas Fitzpatrick, J T Fitzwater 
JZs^',^ ^tensdoX, Wiliilm C mSJ 
^^• PS !> John **•> "d ^^ Simpson. ^ 
R«S- t v m g °, lde J t< ? ^ "»»««wript collections of the 

23u i'oSS'^ by R L Morgan and G - R *- 

Bteak, James Godson, 1829-1918. ^ 65 ~ 1122 

Annals of the Southern Utah Mission, 1847-77 4v 

to University of California, Bancroft Library (P-F 335) 

Transcripts (typewritten). * V ' 

a S^l A i J If 7? 9) ""*«* (186S> " 77 ) ^"en primarily as 
m£2»7o?ifn ^ fK S ^\Njinning ** the "cotton 
Z^ti 1861 but with much material on early Mormon 
EE£ v 011 ? "J"*"""*** Utah, northern ArizonTa^d 
^gracts from county records, and other document^ 
Library also has a photocopy of the original ks. Book B. 

Bullfrog Bank andTrust Company, Rhyo ^ N ™ 6W123 
Kecords, ca. 1909-13. lbox. 

Mi«Sr ereity ° f ^"^ Bancroft Library (P-G 273) 

faSSST't *TF f 6 ^^ *• ""^"^ of Ine af- 
fairs of the bank which closed June 29, 1909. 

Cagwin & Noteware, <7<»wn City, Nev. 
Kecords, 1887-98. 6 v. and 2 boxes. 

In University of California, Bancroft Library (P-G 234) 
Letter press copies of letters sent (1887-95) and miscel- 
laneous statements and invoices (1896-98) of a firm of sta- 
boners. 

Carson and Colorado Railway. MS 65-1125 

Kecords, 1881-1909. 1 carton and 3 packages. 

In University of California, Bancroft Library (P-G 232} 

nS^r nd ' nt T, ( 1884 - 1 £ 901 )' ^on ledgerTlnd accounts 
(1886-95), miscellaneous financial records (1881-96), regis- 

™ °J 7% ^ / 1896 - 190 °). rate books (1883-97), pass^ 

sStissi?*, (l88i -* 4) ' "^ other papera ° f *»*"* 

*S £L I » *? a n J arrow -g»««B extension of the Virginia 
Nev.^dtLK^.^ 0P6rated **— °»« ^ 



134 



Carson, Christopher, 1809-1868. 
Papers, 1847-85. 1074 items. 

In University of California, Bancroft Library (P-E 64 
and 225) v 

Transcript (typewritten) of the original ms. of Kit Car- 
son s story, as told by himself (1856-57) now in the New- 
berry Labrary, Chicago. 

Army officer and Indian agent Correspondence, auto- 
biography bonds of Indian traders (1855-60), accounts and 
returns (1847-65), general and special U. S. Army orders 
(1847-65), claims and papers relating to claims for bounty 
land (1846-59) , and other papers chiefly concerning Carson's 
career as agent for the Ute Indians in New Mexico (1854-61) 
and some reflecting his service as an Army officer; together 
with papers of Thomas Oliver Boggs concerning his admin- 
istration of Carson's estate (1868-74), papers relating to the 
affairs of John Mastin, Carson's clerk (1855-59) ; and a few 
Carson family letters and accounts. Correspondents include 
Maria Josepha Jaramillo Carson, William Watts Hart 
Davis, John Mastin, David Meriwether, U. S. Office of In- 
ga^Affairs, and U. S. Treasury Dept, Second Auditor's 

Described in A guide to the manuscript collections of the 
Bancroft Library, edited by D. L Morgan and G. P Ham? 
mond, v. 1 (1963) p. 84-86. 

Acquired by H H. Bancroft from Thomas Oliver Boggs, 
administrator of Carson's estate. S ^ 



Clayton, William, 1814-1879. MS 65-1127 

Letter books, 1860-82. 7 v. and 1 portfolio. 
In University of California, Bancroft Library (P-F 318) 
Business and personal correspondence of Clayton of Salt 
Lake City, Ltah, reflecting his public life as Territorial 
auditor of public accounts, Territorial recorder of marks 
and brands, notary public, and secretary of the Deseret Tele- 
graph Company; his interests in the mercantile firms of 
Cronyn and Clayton, and Clayton and Jonasson: and the 
religious, political, social, and cultural life of the period- 
together with some letters by his son, Nephi W. Clayton 



Conway, Edward. MS 65-1128 

Papers, 1861-76. ca. 10 ft. of microfilm 
213? UmVerSit3 ' 0f Calif °rnia, Bancroft Library (Film P-K 

Microfilm of original Mss . in the British Columbia Pro- 
vincial Archives. 

-Jirf*" b00kS ' - diari f ' and V***™ concerning Conway's 
service as superintendent of Collins Overland Telegraph 
&S P d ^^"t engineer for the Western IK 
Telegraph Company's Russian extension. Includes testi" 
momals for his Civil War service as a telegrapher 



Corbett, Failing and Company, Portland., Or MS 65 " 1129 
Records, 1862-78. 354 items. 
In University of California, Bancroft Library (P-A 324) 

JS w^ ^ PapeFS 0f a hardware firm op- 
erated by Henry W. Corbett and James F. Failing. Includes 
papers from antecedent firms: H. W. Corbett & CompanV 
Failings & Hyatt, and J Failing & Company °° m P an y> 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 65-1130 
Crosby, David. 

Business records, 1878-1900. 

In University of California, Bancroft Library (P-G 224) 
Merchant of Virginia City, Nev. Letter press copybook 
(1899-1900), journal (1878-79), and ledger (1891-92) of 
Crosby, who was associated with Richard J. Breed (1868- 
79) as Breed and Crosby, fuel merchants, and with his 
brother John J. Crosby, from 1879 as Crosby and Company, 
a fuel and general merchandise business. 

MS 65-1131 
Dahler, Charles L 

Letter books, 1871-77. 6 v. 

In University of California, Bancroft Library (P-1 105) 
Co-partner in a banking firm, Hussey, Dahler and Com- 
pany. Letter press copies of business letters sent from 
Helena, Mont. 



MS 65-1132 
Danish Mormon journals, ca. 16 ft. of microfilm. 

In University of California, Bancroft Library (Film 
P-F 329) 

Autobiography (1852-58, 1873-82) of Wilhelm Anderson; 
journal (1865-72) of Peter Hansen with related papers in- 
cluding an account of his mission to Scandinavia (1865-68), 
songs, an anti-Mormon broadside, and family lists; and 
journal (1857-59, 1883-1902) of Knud Svendson. 



MS 65-1133 
Davis & Byler. 

Letter books kept at Goldfield, Nev., 1904-16. 9 v. 

In University of California, Bancroft Library (P-G 211) 

Letter press copybooks for the surveying firm of Lee W. 

Davis and E. A Byler including many letters signed by 

Byler as a U.S. mineral surveyor. 



MS 65-1134 
DieM, H C 

Papers concerning the Hopi Indians, 1957-59. 1 box. 
In University of California, Bancroft Library (P-D 109) 
Correspondence and other papers of Diehl, who as a 
friend of the Hopi Indians corresponded with members of 
Congress and others respecting legislation bearing upon 
Hopi affairs, particularly the act passed in July 1958 estab- 
lishing a special court to determine the right of Hopis and 
Navajos in the reservation created in 1882 and the question 
of the maintenance of a high school at Oraibi, Ariz. 



MS65-1135 
Documentos para la histbria de Nuevo Mexico. 
3v. 

In University of California, Bancroft Library (P-E 2-4) 
Transcripts from vols. 25 and 26 of the Historia in the 
Mexican Archives. 

Chiefly official reports by friars and secular authorities 
covering a part of the 17 th and much of the 18th centuries. 



MS 65-1136 
Dolph, Cyrus A 1840-1914. 

Correspondence, 1883-87. 481 items. 
Da University of California, Bancroft Library (P-A 323) 
Lawyer of Portland, Or. Letters, telegrams, and a few 
invoices reflecting Dolph's affairs as an active lawyer. In- 
cludes many letters from his brother Joseph Norton Dolph, 
U. S. Senator from Oregon. 



MS 65-1137 
DoweH, Benjamin Franklin, 1826-1897. 
Papers, 1855-86. 7 v. and 1 portfolio. 
In University of California, Bancroft Library (P-A 133- 
140) 

Lawyer and journalist, of Jacksonville, Or. Correspond- 
ence, autobiography, and other papers relating to Oregon, 
especially Oregon Indian wars (1853-56) Includes printed 
material on politics and government (1863-64).- 



MS 65-1138 
Eberle, George J 

Papers concerning the British Columbia Electric Rail- 
way Company, limited, 1919-21. 1 box. 
in University of California, Bancroft Library (P-C 203) 



MS 65-1139 
Ellis, Pearis Buckner, d. 1928. 
Papers, 1903-23. 10 cartons. 

In University of California, Bancroft Library (P-G 233) 
Resident of Carson City, Nev. Correspondence and other 
papers of Ellis who operated the State Agent and Transfer 
Syndicate, inc., serving corporations doing business in 
Nevada. Includes organizational records of various com- 
panies and business journals. 



MS 65-1140 
Ennatinger, Edward, 1797-1876. 

Correspondence, 1820-74. ca. 7 ft. of microfilm. 
In University of California, Bancroft Library (Film P-C 
216) 
Microfilm of originals in the public Archives of Canada. 
Letters (1820-72) received from various persons and let- 
ters (1826-74) from John Tod mostly reflecting affairs of the 
Hudson's Bay Company. 



MS 65-1141 
Fergusson, Harvey, 1890- 

Papers, 1906^53. 2 boxes and 1 carton. 
In University of Calif ornia, Bancroft Library (P-E 221) 
Author, of New Mexico. Correspondence, diaries, notes 
and scss. of some of Fergusson's works, and related material. 
Closed to investigators during Fergusson's lifetime. 



MS 65-1142 
Frewen, Moreton, 1853-1924. 

Papers, 1823-1924. 41 reels of microfilm. 

In University of California, Bancroft Library (Film Z-G 
16) 

Microfilms made for the Western Range Cattle Industry 
Study from originals in England. 

Anglo-Irish reformer, economist, author, and inventor. 
Correspondence and other papers relating to English invest- 
ment in the Western cattle business. Includes letters (1881- 

86) written in England and Wyoming concerning the Pow- 
der River Cattle Company of Wyoming of which Frewen was 
the founder and promoter, and correspondence with Sir 
Horace Plunkett, a partner in the same firm. 



135 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



~ v A . ., MS 65-1143 

uatzect family. 

Gatzert-Schwabacher family papers, 1878-1945. 4 T 

In University of California, Bancroft Library (P-B 215) 

Correspondence (1892-1900), obituary notices of family 

and friends, clippings concerning the Columbia River 

steamer, Bailey Gatzert, and other papers of Bailey Gatzert 

(1829-1893) of Seattle and his wife Babette (Schwabacher) 

Gatzert of the Schwabacher family prominent in Seattle and 

San Francisco business circles. Includes testimonials and 

memorials for Bailey Gatzert. 

MS 65-1144 
■criosem, George D collector. 

Documents relating to 17th century Jesuit activities in 
oanada. 397 items. 

In University of California, Bancroft Library (Z-H 1) 

Photocopies of items in the Public Archives of Canada in- 
cluding photocopies of transcripts from French archives 
and original documents at St. Mary's College, Montreal. 

Orders, directives, and reports of missionaries in Canada 
(1603-71?) supplemented by biographies of Jesuit martyrs 
and Marquette family genealogy, maps, and notes and lists 
by uibson. 

GzUimNev. MS 65-1145 

Fire department and company records, 1870-1915. 3 
items, 10 v. and 5 portfolios. 

In University of California, Bancroft Library (P-G 220- 
222) ' 

Correspondence, minutes of meetings, membership rolls 
(including honorary ladies' roll), accounts, and fire record 
of the Fire Dept., the Volunteer Company, the Liberty En- 
gine Company No. 1, and the Yellow Jacket Engine Com- 
pany No.. 2. 

Goldfield, Nev. First Presbyterian Church. Sunday School. 
Treasurer's records, 1914-16. 109 items. 
In University of California, Bancroft Library (P-G 209) 
Correspondence, reports, bills, receipts, and other records. 

„ ... ,. , T MS 65-1147 

trfrtdfiela, Nev., mining companies' records, 1904-25. 9 
cartons. 
In University of California, Bancroft Library (P-G 210) 
Chiefly records of Edward S. Van Dyck, Albert S. Wat- 
son, and Edward C. Watson, agents and promoters, concern- 
ing various mining ventures; together with letters from Key 
Pittman. 

o* r. .x ~ MS 65-1148 

61 Bnt Board of Trade. 

Dissolved companies files. 34 reels of microfilm. 

In University of California, Bancroft Library (Film Z-G 
3) 

Microfilms of originals in the British Public Record Office 
148,B.T.31. 

Records of British companies, especially mining concerns, 
which have operated in Western America. 

tt i /n. , . MS 65-1149 

Hackney, Charles A 

Papers, 1878-1941. 1 box. 

In University of California. Bancroft Library (P-H 113) 
Publisher of the Silver City (Idaho) Avalanche. Corre- 
spondence; lists of indebtedness to the Avalanche; data 
copied from graves in the Silver City area; a copy of an 
article. The Owyhee War, Silver City, Idaho, 1868, written 



by John R. McBride, chief justice of Idaho. Correspond- 
ence includes letters sent in 1941 to Carl Brown, D. Worth 
Clark, Henry C. Dworshak, E. J. Goodwin, Irving Hart, 
Carl P. Steele, and Robert Taft urging American interven- 
tion in World War n and a letter by Dworshak defending 
his isolationist views. 



MS 65-1150 
Hancock Co., III. 

Records, ca. 1829-85. 12 v. 

In University of California, Bancroft Library (P-F 346) 
County records together with a few private account books. 
Names of prominent Mormons and anti-Mormons recur. Of 
particular Mormon interest is vol. 8, the Hancock County 
clerks' abstract of elections, official oaths, and resignations 
(1837-49). 

„ MS 65-1151 

Haviland, Mark W 5. 1827. 

Papers, 1863-93. 254 items. 

In University of California, Bancroft Library (P-G 247) 
Custodian of Camp Winfield Scott in Paradise Valley, 
Nev. Family correspondence, maps, and other papers re- 
lating to land speculation and business operations in Nevada 
and Camp Winfield Scott Correspondents include C. C. C. 
Carr, James Collins, T. D. Edwards, R. J. Falls, P. H. 
Harris, and William M Stewart. 

MS 65-1152 
Hnssey, Dahler & Company. 

Records at Helena, Mont, 1865-72. 7 v. 

In University of California, Bancroft Library (P-1 140) 

Letter press copies of letters sent (1867-72) and a record 

of gold dust transactions at Helena, Mont (1865-67), of a 

banking firm owned by Warren Hussey and Charles L. 

Dahler, operating at Helena and- Virginia City, Mont, and 

Salt Lake City, Utah. 

MS 65-1153 
International Union of Mine, Mill, and Smelter Workers, 
Gold HiU, Nev. Local No. 54. 
Records, 1872-1921. 4 v. and 2 portfolios. 
In University of California, Bancroft Library (P-G 219) 
Correspondence, minutes of meetings, fin«T» .i H i reports, 
ledger, and warrant books as an independent union, Miners' 
Union of Gold Hill, Nev., and as Local No. 54. 



MS 65-1154 
Iron Rod Mining Company. 

Letter book, 1879-95. 1 v. 

In University of California, Bancroft Library (P-1 106) 

Letter press copies of letters sent from Iron Rod, Mont, 

in Madison Co., including many signed by Charles L, 

Dahler. 



MS 65-1155 
Johnson, Alexander Smith, 1817-1878. 
Papers, 1864-78. 2 v. 

In University of California, Bancroft Library (P-B 208) 
Lawyer and jurist of New York. Correspondence and 
other papers of Johnson, the U. S. member of the British and 
American Joint Commission for the Final Settlement of the 
Claims of the Hudson's Bay Company and Paget Sound 
Agricultural Company as provided by the treaty of 1863. 

Includes maps, plats, and photos, filed with the commission. 
Also includes letters from George Gibbs (1864-68) giving 
sidelights on affairs in Washington, D. C, during the John- 
son administration. Other correspondents include George E. 
Baker, Caleb Gushing, W. L Gairdner, and Sir John Rose. 



136 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Colh 



hctions 



MS 65-1156 
Johnson, Hiram Andre. 

Correspondence concerning the Emma Silver inning Com- 
pany Limited, London, England, 1871-73. 67 items. 
In University of California, Bancroft Library (P-F 317) 
Letters to Thomas L. Carpenter, Andrew Gross, and 
others, and a letter from Henry AL Teller, president of the 
Colorado Central Railroad (1872) ; together with circulars, 
a satirical broadside, and other printed items reflecting the 
debacle in which the Emma Mine in Utah involved English 
investors. 



MS 65-1157 
London. Stock Exchange. 

Reports and financial records of Western American cattle 
and land corporations, 1881-1921. ca. 20 ft. of microfilm. 

In University of California, Bancroft Library (Film Z-G 
U) 

Microfilms made at the London Stock Exchange, Share 
and Loan Dept. 



MS 65-1158 
McLeod, John, 1788-1849. 

Papers, 1823-37. ca. 4 ft. of microfilm. 

In University of California, Bancroft Library (Film P-C 
215) 

Microfilm of originals in the Public Archives of Canada. 

Chief trader, Hudson's Bay Company. Correspondence; 
McLeod's journal Kamloops, B. C., to Edmonton, Alta. 
(1826) ; report of occurrences at Kamloops (1822) ; and cir- 
culars (1825-27) to chief traders and chief factors reflecting 
his service with the Hudson's Bay Company in western Can- 
ada and the Pacific Northwest; together with a brief bio- 
graphical sketch of McLeod prepared by the Public Archives 
of Canada. 



MS 65-1159 
Manhattan Silver Mining Company of Nevada. 

Records 1863-87. 3 boxes. 

In University of California, Bancroft Library (P-G 261) 
Chiefly business correspondence and other papers of the 
company located in Austin and Mineral Hill, Nev. In- 
cludes statements of crushed ore and cash accounts (1865- 
67), accounts (1878), notebooks of time reports (1878-85), 
books recording checks issued (1865-and 1870), daily record 
of production by individual miners (1878?), record of stock 

certificates issued (1863-65), measurements (1882-83), en- 
gineering notes (1880-81), and other papers; together with 
papers relating to Company C, 2d Regt, Nevada National 
Guard. Correspondents include John E. Boyd, Allen Cur- 
tis, Melville Curtis, John M Duncan, William Duncan, and 
John Huber. 



MS 65-1160 
Martin, Anne Henrietta, 1875-1951. 

Papers, 1892-1951. 17 v., 16 boxes, and 8 cartons. 
In University of California, Bancroft Library (P-G 2S2) 
Head of the Dept. of History, University of Nevada. 
Correspondence, mss. of writings, notes, campaign miscel- 
lany, suffrage material, scrapbooks, memorabilia, pamphlets, 
and magazine and newspaper clippings of Miss Martin, an 
active suffragist who campaigned unsuccessfully in 1918 and 
1920 for a seat in the U. S. Senate, and an active member of 
pacifist organizations. Correspondents include Dean Ache- 
son, Jane Addams, Gertrude Atherion, Mary Austin, Abby 



Scott Baker, Emily Balch, Mary Ritter Beard, Katherine 
Devereux Blake, Harriett Stanton Blatch, Florence Brewer 
Boekel, Katharine Bushnell, Laura Gregg Cannon, Carrie 
Chapman Cart, Parley Parker Christiansen, Sara Bard 
Field, Katharine Fisher, Henry Ford, Josephine Frabasilis, 
Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Jessica Granville-Smith, Ida 
Husted Harper, W. Ha vermeyer, John Haynes Holmes, 
Herbert Hoover, John Edgar Hoover, Lou Henry Hoover, 
J. A. H. Hopkins, Cordell Hull, Hannah Clothier Hull, 

Elizabeth Kent, William Kent, Belle La Follette, Justin 
Lewis, Lola Maverick Lloyd, Henry Cabot Lodge, Margaret 
Long, Pat McCarran, M. H. Mclntyre, Dudley Field 
Malone, H. L. Mencken, Vida Milholland, Ethelwyn Mills, 
Francis G. Newlands, Alice Paul, Key Pittman, Jeanette 
Rankin, Theodore Roosevelt, Agnes Ryan, Rosika Schwim- 
mer, Anna Howard Shaw, Upton Sinclair, Margaret Chase 
Smith, Lincoln Steffens, Dorothy Thompson, Malvina C. 

Thompson, J. P. Tumulty, Mabel Vernon, Bird Wilson, 
Charles Erskine Scott Wood, Margaret Wood, and Maud 
Younger. 

MS 65-1161 
Missouri. Probate Court (St. Louis) 

Selected estate files of fur traders and explorers, 1810-54. 
ca. 12 ft. of microfilm. 

In University of California, Bancroft Library (Film 
P-W39) 

Includes the files of William Henry Ashley, Antoine Cito- 
leux, David Cunningham, George Drouillard, Thomas Fitz- 
patrick, John Hanna, Meriwether Lewis, John Potts, 
Etienne Provost, Nathaniel Pryor, Jedediah Strong Smith, 
Thomas Virgin, and Holly Wheeler. 

MS65-1162 
Mormon biographies, ca. 128 ft. of microfilm. 

In University of California, Bancroft Library (Film P-F 
319) 

Microfilms of about 400 biographical sketches of Utah pio- 
neers prepared by the Historical Records Survey and Fed- 
eral Writers' Project, Utah Work Projects Administration 
(1935-39) deposited in the Library of Congress and tran- 
scripts (typewritten) of originals in private hands. 

Biographical sketches prepared by the Utah Works Proj- 
ects Administration and other biographical sketches based on 

interviews and questionnaires, some questionnaires, overland 
diaries, journals, reminiscences, autobiographies and related 
materials; together with a few historical sketches of Utah 
counties, communities, and other items. Includes material 
dealing with early Mormon history in Ohio, Missouri, and 
Illinois; Mormon migration west; the march of the Mormon 
Battalion and its activities in Calif ornia ; Mormon pioneer- 
ing in and travel to California, Arizona, Nevada, Idaho, 
Wyoming, Colorado, Nebraska, New Mexico, and old Mex- 
ico; missionary activities in North America, Europe, Asia, 
and Oceania; the Civil War; and Indians and Indian wel- 
fare. 

A calendar is available in the library. 

Library also has some of the original mss., a gift of Hugh 
F. CNeiL 

MS 65-1163 
Northwest Company of Canada. 

Records, 1766-1830. 2 v. 

In University of California, Bancroft Library (P-C 215) 

Photocopies of originals acquired from various sources in- 
cluding the Selkirk papers, Masson papers, and C and Q Se- 
ries (1766-1830) of the Public Archives of Canada, and the 
Baby Collection, Bibliotheque St. Sulpice, Montreal. 

Correspondence, memoranda, accounts, minutes of meet- 
ings (1801-08) at Grand Portage, Minn., Fort William, Ont., 
and other places, and miscellaneous agreements to Jan. 8, 
1811. 



137 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 65-1164 
Silver City, Idaho. 



Odd-Fellows, Independent Order of, 

Owyhee Lodge, No. 2. 
Records, 1868-1914. 2 boxes. 

In University of California, Bancroft Library (P-H 110) 
Correspondence with other lodges and members, especially 
over illness and death benefits ; proceedings against members ; 
reports of officers and committees; resolutions, bills and re- 
ceipts; applications for membership, degrees, and transfers; 
and withdrawal cards. 



p. . A1 . _ . MS 65-1165 

Finart, Alphonse Louis, 1852-1911, collector. 

Coleccion de documentos sobre Nuevo Mexico, 1681-1841 
99 items. 

In University of California, Bancroft Library (P-E 37- 
61) 

Documents reflecting the administrations of 20 New Mexi 
can governors including Antonio de Otermin (1681) • Do- 
mmgo Jironza Petriz de Cruzate (1683-85) ; Diego de 
Vargas Zapata y Lujan Ponce de Le6n (1693-94) ; Pedro 
Eodriguez Cubero (1702) ; Joseph Chacon Medina Salazar 
y Villasenor, Marques de la Pefiuela (1711) ; Juan Ignacio 
Flores Mogollon (1713-15); Antonio Valverde y Cosio 
(1715) with a diary of a campaign against the Utes and the 
Comanches; Juan Domingo de Bustamante (1727-28) • resi- 
dencia conducted by Don Francisco de la Sierra y Castillo 
on Bustamante's term as governor (1731) ; Enrique de Ola- 
yide y Michelena (1737-38) ; residencias conducted by Juan 
Joseph Moreno and Don Joaquin Codallos y Rabal on the 
terms of Olavide y Michelena and Mendoza as governors; 
Joaquin Codallos y Rabal (1744-48) with an inquiry into 

Navajo life; Francisco Antonio Maria del Valle (1756-57) • 
Tomas Velez Cachupin (1749-54 and 1762-67) ; Pedro Fer^ 
mm de Mendinueta (1767-78) ; Juan Bautista de Anza 
(1778-86); Fernando de la Concha (1789-91): Fernando 
Chacon (1795-1804) ; Jose Manrique (1808) ; Facundo Mel- 
gares .(1821) ; Jose Antonio Vizcarra (1823) : and Manuel 
Armrjo (1841). 

Calendar in the library. Also described in New Mexico 
historical review, vol. 25, p. 244-53. 



_ MS 65-1166 

Piper, John. 

Business records, 1877-1905. 4 boxes and 1 carton. 
In University of California, Bancroft Library (P-G 212) 
Business letters to John Piper and Edward Piper concern- 
ing contracts, and bookings for performances at the Piper 
Opera House, Virginia City, Nev.; together with contracts, 
bills, printed circulars, and handbills. 



_ , MS 65-1167 

Plunkett, Sir Horace Curzon, 1854-1932. 

Papers, 1881-1932. ca. 77 ft. of microfilm. 

In University of California, Bancroft Library (Film Z-G 

Microfilms of originals in the Horace Plunkett estate, 
England. 

Correspondence, diaries, extracts of diaries prepared by 
Margaret Digby, and obituaries of Plunkett, a rancher in 
Wyoming (1877-89), who returned to Ireland and was very- 
active in Irish agriculture and politics. 



138 



MS 65-1168 
Read, Benjamin Maurice, 1853-1927. 

Papers relating to the history of New Mexico, 1634-1921. 
ca. 42 ft of microfilm. 

In University of California, Bancroft Library (Film 
P-E231) 

Microfilms of originals in the library of the Historical 
Society of New Mexico. 

Correspondence, Read's historical notes, and clippings 
portraying his activities and interests as a lawyer and his- 
torian; together with original documents on New Mexico 

and several family collections including the papers (1880- 
62) of Manuel Alvarez reflecting his life as a fur trader, 
Santa Fe merchant, and U. S. consul, and papers (1850-98) 
of the Donaciano Vigil family active in the political affairs 
of Territorial New Mexico. 

MS 65-1169 
Read, William Miles, 1849-1929. 

Papers, 1867-1930. ca. 2360 items. 
In University of California, Bancroft Library (P-G 231) 
Englishman employed by the Eberhardt and Aurora Min- 
ing company, ltd., in White Pine Co., Nev. Correspondence, 
journals (1890-1929) and other papers reflecting the de- 
velopment, growth, and decline of the White Pine mining 
industry and British investment in the Eberhardt and 
Aurora mines under various corporate names ; together with 
papers of Francis Drake (Read's business associate) and 
papers relating to Read's administration of Drake's estate 
(1909-10). Correspondents include Read's wife. Rose 
Drake Read; his son-in-law, E. C. Jeffreys; Francis Drake; 
and Thomas Phillpotts, an agent for the Eberhardt and 
Aurora Mining Company, ltd., in the 1870's. 



MS 65-1170 
Rich Gulch Mining Company. 

Records at Silver City, Idaho, 1906-17. 87 items. 
In University of California, Bancroft Library (P-H 114) 
Correspondence with U. S. Enders (1909) and F. W. Per- 
kins (1913) reflecting operational and financial problems, 
report by A. F. Stevens on the Company's property, printed 
brochure for investors (ca. 1907), and miscellany (1910-16). 



MS 65-1171 
Scammon, Charles Melville, 1825-1911. 

Papers, 1849-1911. 6 boxes, 2 portfolios, and 2 packages. 

In University of California, Bancroft Library (P-K 200- 
207) 

Correspondence, journals of two whaling voyages (1853- 
33), accounts, maps, pictures, scrapbooks, and other papers. 
Includes a few sketches by Scammon and Frederick Whym- 
per and papers relating to the U. S. Revenue-Cutter Serv- 
ice (1863-1911) and the Western Union Telegraph Com- 
pany's expedition for the Russian extension (1865-67). 



„ . , „ MS 65-1172 

Smith, Grant Horace, 1865-1944. 

Papers, 1859-1936. 6 cartons. 

In University of California, Bancroft Library (P-G 244) 

In part, photocopies of newspaper items relating to the 
Comstock Lode (ca. 1853-93) and of other items relating to 
Mark Twain in Nevada. 

Correspondence ; part of Smith's ms., "The history of the 
Comstock Lode, 1850-1920" (1943) ; ms. about Mark Twain 
in Nevada; articles; notebooks and miscellaneous notes on 
early Nevada and California; historical sketches; accounts 
of individual Comstock Lode mines: maps; pictures; scrap- 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



Smith, Grant Horace, 1865-1944. Papers, 1859-1936. 

(Continued) 

books; clippings ; and other papers chiefly relating to Smith's 
interest in Mark Twain, John W. Mackay. and the Coin- 
stock Lode. Includes a collection of Shakespeareana, mis- 
cellaneous essays, and notes about the Comstock Lode and 
such topics as census, directories, society, roads, stocks, 
milling, theaters, and Adolph Sutro. 

Index and guide prepared by G. H. Smith, Jr., in the 
library. 

MS 65-1173 
Stnrges, George S 

Papers, ca. 1905-20. 188 items. 

In University of California, Bancroft Library (P-G 202) 
Correspondence and other papers concerning: the Belcher 
Mine Company, Crown Point Mine, Ophir Mine, Yellow 
Jacket Gold and Silver Mining Company, and related Com- 
stock Lode mining companies ; together with papers of Ed- 
ward B. Sturges. 

MS 65-1174 
Suffrage in Nevada, 1914-18. 173 items. 

In University of California, Bancroft Library (P-G 284) 
Correspondence relating to the suffrage campaign. Let- 
ters to and from Grace Bridges, Bessie Eichelberger, Minnie 
Flannigan, and Maude McCreery. Other correspondents 
include Champ Clark, Anne Martin, Francis Griffith New- 
lands, Key Pittman, Edwiti Ewing Roberts, and Anna 
Howard Shaw. 

Formerly part of the library's collection of Anne Martin 
papers. 

MS 65-1175 
Tilton (A. E. & C. E.) New York. 
Records, 1846-74. 24 v. 

In University of California, Bancroft Library (P-A 315) 
Correspondence (letter press copybooks) and accounts of 
Alfred E. and Charles E. Tilton as dealers in wines and 
spirits, real estate, merchandise, and gold and currency ac- 
counts. 

MS 65-1176 
U.S. Army. Dept. of Arizona. 

Reports on Arizona Indians, 1874. 63 items. 
In University of California, Bancroft Library (P-D 3) 
Questionnaires and other papers returned by various 
Army officers, surgeons, Indian agents, traders, and a Cath- 
olic bishop giving ethnological data on Apaches including 
the Coyotero, Pinal, Chiricahua, White Mountain, and San 
Carlos bands; and on the Hualapais, Maricopa, Mohave, 
Papago, Pima, and Yuma Indians. 

A descriptive list prepared in 1935 by A. H. Woodward 
is with the collection. Also described in A guide to the 
manuscript collections of the Bancroft Library, edited by 
D. L. Morgan and G. P. Hammond, v. 1 (1963) p. 80-81. 



MS 65-1177 
U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs. 

Selected documents relating to the fur trade and the Far 
West, 1824-51. ca. 20 ft. of microfilm. 

In University of California, Bancroft library (Film 
P-W24) 

Microfilms from originals in the National Archives. 

Includes records of the St. Louis Superintendency; of tie 
Upper Missouri and Arkansas agencies; and in tie Great 
Nemaha, Kansas, Mandan, Osage, Sante Fe Trail, Sioux, 
and miscellaneous files. 



MS 65-1178 
U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs. Navajo Agency. 
Field records, 1880-1905. ca. 102 ft. of microfilm. 
In University of California, Bancroft Library (Film P-D 

105) 

Microfilms of originals in the possession of the U. S. In- 
dian Service, Window Rock, Ariz. 

Letter press copybooks (1880-1900) of letters and financial 
reports sent by agents at Fort Defiance, Ariz., respecting af- 
fairs of the Navajo and Hopi Indians and letter books for 
tie Navajo Boarding School, Fort Defiance (1899-1902) 
and Western Navajo Training School, Algert and Tuba City, 
Ariz. (1902-05). Correspondents include Frank Tracy Ben- 
nett, John H. Bowman, E. H Dennison, Galen Eastman, 
George W. Hayzlett, S. S. Patterson, E. H. Plummer, D. N. 
Biordan, David L. Shipley, C. E. Vandever, and Constant 
S.Williams. 



MS 65-1179 
U. S. Bureau of Indian Affairs. Sac and Fox Agency. 

Letter book, 1840-47. 1 v. 

In University of Calif ornia, Bancroft Library (P-Q 100) 

Incomplete photocopy of the original probably in the 
National Archives. 

Letter book kept by John Beach, U. S. agent for the Sac 
and Fox Nation. Includes accounts of the tribe with W. G. 
& G. W. Ewing, payrolls for the Ottawa tribe, and other 
items mainly pertaining to the Sac and Fox Indians . 



MS 65-1180 
U. S. Bureau of Land Management. 

New Mexico field records, 1685-1904. ca. 1084 ft. af 
microfilm. 
In University of California, Bancroft Library (Film P-E 

205) r . . 

Microfilms made by the University of New Mexico from 
originals in the U. S. Surveyor General's Office at Santa Fe, 

Records pertaining to land titles including confirmation 
of private and Pueblo land claims with some claims for 
Arizona. . 

Some records are calendared in The Spanish archives of 
New Mexico compiled by R. E. Twitchell (1914). 



MS 65-1181 
U. S. General Land Office. 

Records relating to land in Arizona and New Mexico, 1856- 
1915. ca. 60 ft. of microfilm. 

In University of California, Bancroft Library (Film P-D 
103 and 107) 

Some of the microfilms (the records of the U. S. Surveyor 
General for Arizona) consist of positive copies of originals 
in the Federal Records Center, Wilmington, Calif. 

Correspondence and other papers (1870-81) received by 
John Wasson, U. S. Surveyor General for Arizona includ- 
ing communications from Land Commissioners and Survey- 
ors General for California and New Mexico; and records for 
the La Arebac and Rancho Arebac, San Ignacio del Baba- 
comari, San Rafael de la Zanja, and El Sopori land grants 
in Arizona and the Rancho Pacheco land grant in New 
Mexico. 



139 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



TTi . •,- - MS 65-1182 

Utah dictations, 1884 ?-88. 182 items. 

In University of California, Bancroft Library (P-F 50 
81, and 83) ' 

Chiefly biographical statements of one or two pages taken 
by L, H. Nichols while seeking orders for Bancroft's Works; 
together with biographical statements recorded in Salt Lake 
City, Ogden, and Moroni, Utah Dictations were also re- 
corded in Beaver, Chache, Davis, Garfield, Iron, Juab, Mil- 

m\ w Ut ^ SaIt ^ Sanpete ' Smia * Summi t, Tooele, 
Utah, Washington, and Weber Counties 

Described in A guide to the manuscript collections of the 
Bancroft Library, edited by D. L Morgan and G. P. Ham- 
mond, v. 1 (1963) p. 114-16. ^^ 



Vernon, MabeL MS 65-1183 

Papers, 1914-20. 7 boxes. 

In University of California, Bancroft Library (P-G 283) 
/loiTSft 1 *" C^sP^dence, including campaign letters 
(1918-20) and other papers of Miss Vernon who partici- 
pated in the Ivevada suffrage campaign in 1914 and 1916 as 
Anne Martin's assistant and served as her campaign man- 
ager m the 1918 and 1920 U. S. senatorial campaigns. In- 
cludes letters from Sara Bard Field, Alice Henkle, Alice 
raul, l>oris Stevens, Margaret Whittemore, and Maud 
Younger. 

Formerly part of the library's collection of Anne Martin 
papers. 



Virginia & Trnckee Railroad. ^ 65 ~ 118 * 

Records, 1872-1950. 18 cartons and 32 packages 
Li University of California, Bancroft Library (P-G 231) 
Correspondence, account books (1876-35), receipts (1877- 
79), check receipts (1873-91), station accounts (1874-1929) 
invoices (1876-1919), waybills (1874-1916), and miscel- 
laneous maintenance records, inventories, time books, and 
financial andoperating records of a standard-gauge railroad 
connecting Virginia City Nev., with the Central Pacific 
Railroad (later the Southern Pacific Railroad) at Reno, 



Wright, William, 1829-1898. ^ 5 ~ 1185 

Papers, 1860-189-. 2 cartons and 3 boxes 

In University of California, Bancroft Library (P-G 246) 
i ™ 1 , 18 '- Correspondence; mss. of writings, principally 
sketches for newspapers and magazines; clippings, chiefly 
11^.'° ^wspapers; magazine Wrpts, and 
items from the library of Wright, a writer and humorist 
known by the pen name, "Dan De Quille," who worked for 
the Virginia CUj "Territorial enterprise." Includes CivU 

JS*S™ ' ( l-? 1 ~* 4) of "• brother ' *<*>» * w *£ 

(1836-1918), while serving m the Second Iowa Cavalry; 

diary (1879-80) by his sister, Lou (Wright) Benjamin de- 

fromTv^Lir^V th6 EaSte ™ Stftes and Ciote 
wZht r LlheTt y> Iwa : ^d a biographical sketch of 
Wright. Correspondents include Lou (Wright) Benjamin 
Samuel Clemens C. C. Goodwin, and Lura G. WrignT 

Described m A guide to the manuscript collections of the 
Bancroft Library, edited by D. L. Morgan and G P HaT 
mond, v. 1 (1963) p. 148-149. 



Yellow Jacket Gold and Silver Mining Company, Gold HOI 

Nev. ' 

Records, 1871-1909. 3 v. and 1 box. 
In University of California, Bancroft Library (P-G 223) 
Legal papers, reports of silver purchased by the U S 
Mint at Carson City, Nev., records of stock transfers and 
accounts, and a ledger including clippings and printed 
annual reports (1878-82) ; together with papers relating to 
the Comstock Pumping Association, San Francisco. 



v „- . _ „ . MS 65-1187 

lenngton, Henry Marvin, 1828-1910. 

Papers, 1864-1950. 45 v., 4 cartons, and 1 box. 
In University of California, Bancroft Library (P-G 230) 
Vice president and general manager of the Virginia. & 
Truckee Railroad. Correspondence and other papers chiefly 
concerning the affairs of the Virginia & Truckee and the 
Carson and Colorado Railroads and the other companies in 
-which Yerington was interested: Belvidere Mining Com- 
pany, Bodie & Benton Railway and Commercial Company, 
Bodie Hydraulic Mining and Water Company, Carson & 
Tahoe Lumber and Fluming Company, Central Consolidated 
Mining Company Consolidated Esmeralda Mines Company, 
Dudley Mining Company, El Dorado Wood and Flume 
Company, Inyo Development Company, Juniata Consoli- 
dated Mining Company, Jupiter Mining Company, Lake 
Tahoe Railway and Transportation Company, Natural Soda 
Company Ltd., Real del Monte Mining Company, Savage 
Mining Company, Sierra Nevada Wood and Lumber Com- 
pany, Southern Development Company, Sterling Mine, Syn- 
dicate Mining Company, Tioga Consolidated Mining Com- 
pany, Union Mill and Mining Company, United Alkali 
Company Ltd., Walker Lake & Bodie Toll Road Company, 
and Walker Lake Wood and Lumber Company. Includes 
many letters to D. O. Mills, principal owner of most of the 
businesses with which Yerington was associated, and to out- 
standing Nevada political figures; letters (1896-1914) by a 
son, E. B. Yerington, who was general freight and passenger 
agent for the Virginia & Truckee and the Carson and 
U>lorado Railroads; and three letter books (1883-90) and 
shipping notices (1899-1914) reflecting the affairs of another 
son, Hume Yerington, who was general purchasing and sup- 
ply agent for the Virginia & Truckee and the Carson aud 
Colorado Railroads. 



140 



„_...,„ MS 65-1188 

braves, Frederick Rogers, Bp., 1858-1940 
Papers, 1880-1940. 3 ft. 

In Church Historical Society Library and Archives (Prot- 
estant Episcopal Church, U. S. A, Austin, Tex.) 

Episcopal clergyman. Correspondence, including letters 
to and from the Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society 
of the Protestant Episcopal Church (1893-1937), mission- 
aries, and Graves' family; and scrapbooks relating both to 
misaon work and private matters of Graves, a missionary 

, (iaEtef £SK? and missionary bishop of W* 

Unpublished preliminary inventory in the repository 
^formation onliterary rights available in the repository. 
Gift of Lucy J. Graves, 1961. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 65-1189 
©rahood, Harper M 1840?-1914. 

Papers, 1868-78. 4 ft. (ca. 400 items) 

In University of Colorado Libraries, Western Historical 
Collections. 

Lawyer and legal associate of Henry M. Teller, of Central 
City, Colo. Business and personal correspondence; Republi- 
can State Committee correspondence (1878) ; records (1863) 
of the organization of an unofficial militia unit, tie Elbert 
Guards; business records (ca. 1870) of a drugstore; Masonic 
papers of Orahood while serving as Grand Master of Colo- 
rado, 1876-77; and other papers. Includes correspondence, 

briefs, notes, and other material relating to legal cases in- 
volving property disputes, collection of delinquent accounts, 
property transfers, estate settlements, mining f-laims and con- 
troversies, assault, and bankruptcy; and correspondence 
with Henry M. Teller, Frank Hall, and others prominent in 
early Colorado history. 

Unpublished guide in repository. 

Gift. 



MS 65-1190 
Teller, Henry Moore, 1830-1914. 

Papers, 1860-75. 8 ft. (ca. 800 items) 

In University of Colorado Libraries, Western Historical 

Collections. 

Lawyer, Secretary of the Interior, and U. S. Senator from 
Colorado. Records of early Central City and Georgetown, 
Colo., mining booms consisting of pre-emptions, property 
transfers, corporation records, laws of district miners' courts, 
and business correspondence; records of early commercial 
enterprises of George M Pullman, 1860-64; activities of 
George Heaton, agent for British interests in Colorado min- 
ing, 1870-74; the Colorado Central Railroad while Teller 
was president, 1870-75 ; attempts by other railroads to com- 
pete or collaborate with Teller to build a through railroad 
out of Denver, Colo., to Salt Lake City, Utah; and of rela- 
tions with the Union Pacific Railroad. Includes papers re- 
lating to the prospective purchase by Heaton of the Virgil- 
St. Vrain land grant in southeastern Colorado, 1870-72 ; and 

Teller's Masonic papers while he was the Grand Master of 
Colorado in the early 1870's. 

Unpublished guide in the repository. 

Gift. 



MS 65-1191 
Benjamin, William Evarts, 1859-1940, collector. 

Letters, manuscripts, and drawings, 1817-88. 88 items. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Correspondence, mss. of writings, and drawings. In- 
cludes 4 letters relating to Benjamin, 6 letters of George 
Eliot, 47 letters and 6 mss. of John Raskin, 3 letters and a 
us. of Joseph Mallord William Turner, and 4 letters relat- 
ingtohim. 

Gift of Beatrice Benjamin Carfcwright and Henry Rogers 
Benjamin, 1943. 

MS 65-1192 
Barry, Frederick, 1876-1943. 

Papers, ca. 1890-1943. ca. 1100 items. 

In Colombia University Libraries. 

Professor of the history of science at Columbia Univer- 
sity. Mss. of writings and 127 vols, of lecture notes ar- 
ranged by subject Includes a holograph xs. of a volumin- 
ous musical composition "The alcayde," composed in the 
latel890's. 

Gift of E. I. Field, 1963. 



MS 65-1193 
Berol, Alfred C 1892- collector. 

American Revolutionary letters and documents, collected 
by Alfred C. and Madeleine Rossin Berol, 1650-1830. 182 
items. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Letters and documents, chiefly 1775-80, relating to the 
American Revolution, or to the persons who figured in it 
Includes 16 letters of Henry Laurens, a South Carolina 
planter, and of his son, John Laurens, among which is & 
"manumission letter" (1776) written by Henry Laurens to 
his son. Other persons represented include John Adams, 
Edmund Burke, Aaron Burr, Lord Cornwallis, Benjamin 
Franklin, Nathanael Greene, John Hancock, Patrick Henry, 
John Jay, Thomas Jefferson, John Paul Jones, Marquis de 
Lafayette, Henry Brockholst Livingston, Robert Morris, 
William Pitt, Benjamin Rush, Baron von Steuben, and 
George Washington. 

Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Berol, 1960-64. 



MS 65-1194 
Carman, Harry James, 1884-1964. 

Papers, 1900-64. ca. 32,000 items. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Dean of Columbia College and professor of history at 
Columbia University. Professional correspondence, lecture 
notes, and course materials relating to Carman's work at 
Columbia University and to his membership on the New 
York City Board of Higher Education, the New York State 
Board of Mediation, and the Japan American Committee 

on Intellectual Exchange; and notes and typescripts of 
various publications which Carman wrote and edited. In- 
cludes much material on American colleges, attesting to Car- 
man's interest in undergraduate education in the United 
States. 
Gift of Mrs. Margaret C. Carman, 1965. 



M S 65-1185 
Honsman, Alfred Edward, 1859-1936. 

Papers, 1922-58. 157 items. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

English poet and classical Latin scholar. Correspondence 
and mss. of writings by and relating to Housman, and his 
brother, Laurence Housman, poet and playwright, chiefly 
written to Cyril Clemens, who was working on a proposed 
biography of A. E. Housman. Includes 6 letters from A, E. 
Housman; 94 letters from Laurence Housman containing 
comments on his brother's life and activities, religious be- 
liefs, reading and manuscripts; and 45 letters from rela- 
tives and persons closely related to A. E. Housman, among 
them his sisters, Clemence Housman and Katharine E. 
Symons, his publisher, Grant Richards, and his associates 
at Oxford University, James T. Nance and Alfred W. 
Pollard. 

Gift of Ward Melville, 1963. 



MS 65-1196 
Connolly, Vera Leona, 1888-1964. 

Papers, 1913-45. ca. 7500 items. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Author and journalist Correspondence relating to Miss 
Connolly's writings, mss. of her works, notes, and clippings 
and offprints of her crusading articles on juvenile delin- 
quency, marital conditions in the U. S., prisons and reforma- 
tories, die American Indians, and other social problems. 

Gift of the estate of Miss Connolly, 1965. 



141 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



,_ MS 65-1197 

Donovan William Joseph, 1883-1959, collector. 

Papers on the intelligence sendee during the American 
Revolution, 1775-90. ca. 15,000 items. 

In Columbia University libraries. 

Transcripts (typewritten) and photocopies (negative) 
from various archives in the U. S., England, Canada, 
France, and the Vatican. -,—*-, ^ 

Records and research materials, relating to Donovan's 
study of the intelligence service during the American Re- 
volution. 

Gift of Mrs. Donovan, 1960-63. 

- . -. ,. „ MS 65-1198 

Engel, Solton, collector. 

Manuscripts, autograph letters, and drawings collected by 
Solton and Julia Engel, 1832-1935. 76 items. 

In Columbia University libraries. 

In part, transcripts (handwritten). 

Mss. of writings, autograph letters, and drawings relating 
to English and American literature of the 19th and early 
20th i centuries. Includes 10 letters and 4 mss. of Rudvard 
Jtipling; a ms. of Robert Louis Stevenson's "Mock trial"- 
a Mi and 2 letters of Walt Whitman; a copy of Ralph 
Waldo Emerson's "Leaves of grass" letter in Whitman's 
handwriting; a letter from Whitman to Moncure D Con- 
^w^^ ?" E^*"** le ^r. 31 of the drawings are 
by W. W. Denslow and John Rae Neill, and represent illus- 
trations done for various works by Frank Baum. Most of 
the items in the papers relate to the collection of first edi- 
faons which Mr. and Mrs. Engel presented to the Columbia 
university Libraries. 

Gift of Mr. & Mrs. Engel, 1954-57. 



Franklin, Christine (Ladd) 1847-1930. 

Papers of Christine and Fabian Franklin, ca 1900-39 
ca. 7000 items. ««-w. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Correspondence, documents, and other papers of Mrs. 
Franklin and her husband, Fabian Franklin, relating to 
their work in the fields of psychology and logic. Thepapers 
are mainly those of Mrs. Franklin, who lectured at Cokun- 
bia University, 1914-27, and who was well-known for her 
method of reducing all syllogism to a single formula, and 
for her contributions to knowledge relating to color vision. 

Orift of the estate of Margaret Ladd-Franklin through 
Helen Hotchkiss, 1962. ^ 



Gay family. MS 65-1200 

m^SFT ° f ^ Gay and 0tis fan ^es, ca. 1740-1900. ca. 
iUjUUU items. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Correspondence, diaries, journals, documents, and other 
Papers of the New England descendants of John Gay 
(founder of Dedham, Mass.) and John Otis (founder of 
Bingham, Mass.). The 18th cent papers focus on the per- 
sonal and business correspondence of Calvin, Jotham, and 
Martin Gay, sons of the Rev. Ebenezer Gay (1696-1787), all 
of whom were engaged in shipping between New England 
and the Maritime Provinces. Some of Jotham and Martin 
Oray s letters refer to the American Revolution. The chief 
correspondents during the 19th cent are Ebenezer Gay 
(1771-1842), his wife, Mary Allyne (Otis) Gay, and then- 
sons, Sidney Howard Gay, the journalist, and Winckworth 
Allan Gay, the landscape painter. The Otis family corre- 
spondence centers around the business, real estate, and per- 



142 



sonal interests of Mary A. (Otis) Gay's brothers, John, 
Joseph, and William Otis. Includes a sketchbook of Winck- 
worth Allan Gay. 



„.„ , MS 65-1201 

Gildersleeve, Virginia Crocheron, 1877- 

Papers, 1898-1962. ca. 7500 items. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Dean of Barnard College. Correspondence, notes, arti- 
cles, reports, and speeches. Includes material relating to 
the United Nations Conference in San Francisco, 1945 ; the 
Dumbarton Oaks Conference, 1944; the International Fed- 
eration of University Women and the American Association 
of University Women ; the American Council on Education ; 
the Near East College Association; and some material relat- 
ing to Barnard College affairs. 

Gift of Miss Gildersleeve, 1964. 

m MS 65-1202 

The Journal of philosophy. 

Correspondence, 1892-1943. 121 items. 

In Columbia University libraries. 

Letters addressed to editors of the journal: Wendell T. 
Bush and Frederick J. E. Woodbridge; together with 4 
typewritten mss. of John Dewey containing his holograph 
corrections. The letters, from numerous philosophers, in- 
clude 13 from John Dewey, 33 letters and 13 post cards from 
William James, 16 from Josiah Royce, and 15 from George 
Santayana. 

Gift of the journal, 1965. 

MS 65-1203 
Levench family. 

Correspondence, 1820-70. ca. 600 items. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Correspondence, mainly personal, between various mem- 
bers of the Leverich family of New York, relating especially 
to Charles P. Leverich, New York mechant and to his wife, 
Matilda Leverich. 

Gift of Mrs. Charles McD. Puckette, 1964. 

u ii .»u MS 65-1204 

Maltz, Albert, 1908- 

Literary manuscripts, ca. 1940-60. 17 boxes. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Author. Typescripts, drafts, and notes for short stories 
and for the novels: The underground stream (1940), The 
cross and the arrow (1944), The journey of Simon McKeever 
(1949), and A long day in a short life (1957) . 

Gift of Mr. Maltz, 1952-64. 



Meloney, Marie (Mattingly) 1883-1943. 

Papers, 1891-1943. 4700 items. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Correspondence of Mrs. Meloney while she was editor of 
the Delineator," the Sunday magazine of the "New York 
herald tribune," and "This week magazine" covering a wide 
held. of interest; mss. of Mrs. Meloney ? s works; and miscel- 
laneous mss. of Louis Bromfield, G. K. Chesterton, Walter 
De la Mare, John Drinkwater, Havelock Ellis, Richard Le 
Galhenne, Mrs. Belloc Lowndes, and Leo Tolstoy. Corre- 
spondents include Sherwood Anderson, Irving Bacheller, 
James M. Barrie, Max Beerbohm, Arnold Bennett, Gutzon 
Borglum, Willa Cather, Jo Davidson, Walter De la Mare, 
Lord Alfred Douglas, Lord Dunsany, Robert Frost, John 
Galsworthy, Rudyard Kipling, D. H. Lawrence, Sinclair 
Lewis, Wyndham Lewis, Walter Lippmann, Somerset 
Maugliam, A A. Milne, Charles Norris, Kathleen Norris, 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



Meioney, Marie (Mattingly), 1883-1943. 



1943. 



Papers, 1891- 



(ContlBued) 



Alfred Noyes, Frances Perkins, Edwin Arlington Robinson, 
Eleanor Roosevelt, Bertrand Russell, Carlo Sforza, Booth 
Tarkington, Ernst Toller, H. M. TomBnson, and H G. 
Wells. 
Gift of "William Brown Meioney, Jr., 1964. 



MS65-1206 
Mitchel family. 

Mitohel and Purroy family papers, ca. 1830-1918. 811 
items. 

■In Columbia University Libraries. 

Correspondence; mss. of writings; and documents by and 
relating to John Mitchel (1815-1875), Irish patriot; to his 
grandson, John Purroy Mitchel (1879-1918), mayor of New 
York City; to Mayor Mitchell maternal grandfather, John 
B. Purroy; and to other members of the Mitchel and Purroy 
families. 

Gift of William Brown Meioney, Jr., 1963. 



MS65-1207 
Osgood, Herbert Levi, 1855-1918. 

Papers, ca. 1900-24. 14 boxes. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Typescript of and notes relating to Osgood's 4 voL work, 
"The American colonies in the 18th century" (1924) which 
was completed by Dixon Ryan Fox after the death of 
Osgood. The notes, which were taken at the British Public 
Record Office and elsewhere, formed the basic research for 
the book. 

Gift of Mrs. Dixon Ryan Fox, 1964. 



MS 65-1208 
Price, Lucien, 1883-1964. 

Literary manuscripts, 1951-58. 20 boxes. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Author and reviewer and editorial writer for the Boston 
globe. Typescripts, galley proofs, and notes for Price's 
books: Hellas regained (1957), October rhapsody, and The 
sacred legion (1951), which are parts of his " All souls" 
sequence of novels. 

Gift of Mr. Price, 1960-62. 



MS 65-1209 
Van Doren, Mark; 1894- 

Papers, ca. 1917-65. ca. 2000 items. 

In Columbia University Libraries. 

Author and educator. Correspondence, holograph drafts, 
typescripts, and proofs of Van Doren's poems and published 
works. Correspondents include Louise Bogan, Richard 
Eberhart, T. S. Eliot, John Gould Fletcher, Robert Frost, 
Robinson Jeffers, Louis MacNeice, Edgar Lee Masters, and 
Allen Tate. 

Gift of Mr. Van Doren, 1960-65. 



MS 65-1210 
Weaver, Raymond Melbourne, 1888-1948. 
Papers, ca. 1920-40. ca. 200 items. 
In Columbia University Libraries. 

Professor of English at Columbia University. Cor- 
respondence and literary mss. Includes typescripts of Black 
valley (1926), and Herman Melville, mariner and mystic 
(1961) as well as correspondence and notes relating to these 
works. 



MS 65-1211 
Willis, Henry Parker, 1874-1937. 

Papers, ca. 1910-37. ca. 10,000 items. 

In Columbia University libraries. 

Author, economist, and professor of banking at Columbia 
University. Correspondence, mss. of writings, speeches, re- 
ports, and memoranda. Much of the collection deals with 
the formation and early development of the Federal Re- 
serve System. Includes material relating to the Philippine 
National Bank, the Banking inquiry of 1925, the Irish 
Banking Commission, the Banking act of 1933, the New Zea- 
land Monetary Commission, and the Indian Currency Com- 
mission. 

Gift of Parker B. Willis, 1964. 



MS 65-1212 
Coffin, Owen Vincent, 1836-1921. 

Papers, 1852-1917. 6 ft (ca. 3000 items) 

In Connecticut Historical Society collections. 

Businessman, of Middletown, Conn., president of Middle- 
sex Mutual Assurance Company, and Governor of Connecti- 
cut Personal and official correspondence, business papers, 
photos., memorabilia, and five scrapbooks of clippings. In- 
cludes correspondence and records relating to the Nebraska 
Real Estate and Livestock Association. 

Descriptive card for the collection in the repository. 

Information on literary rights in the repository. 

Purchase, 1957. 



MS 65-1213 
Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford. 

French and Indian wars papers, 1744-63. ca. 470 items. 

In Connecticut Historical Society collections. 

Correspondence, journals, orderly books, and documents 
relating to the participation of Connecticut men and regi- 
ments in the campaigns of the French and Indian wars. 

Partial card catalog available in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Gift and deposit from various sources. 



MS 65-1214 
Connecticut Gore Land Company. 

Records, 1631-1814. ca. 650 items. 

In Connecticut Historical Society collections. 

Correspondence, record books, ledger, copies of documents 
used in various court cases, receipts, and other materials. 
Includes correspondence (Feb.-Apr. 1796) between Joseph 
Woodbridge and Nehemiah Strong relating to the surveying 
of the Gore (a tract of land lying north of Pennsylvania 

and south of Massachusetts claimed by New York, Massa- 
chusetts and Connecticut) . 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Mainly purchased from the library of George Brinley, 
1893. 



MS 65-1215 
Gillette, William Hooker, 1853-1937. 

Letters, 1891-1914. 85 items. 

In Connecticut Historical Society collections. 

Actor and dramatist, of Hartford, Conn, and member of 
Hartford's Nook Farm community. Letters from Gillette 
to Frank Fuller, Health Food Company, New York City, 
mentioning activities and events in Gillette's life. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Purchase, 1965. 



143 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



Baylor, Alva Wilroot, 1871-1957. ^ 65_1216 

Papers, 1893-1955. 5 ft. (1700 items) 

(N^vS; p TL°) f Christ Historicai Society «*«*»• 

Clergyman of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) 
Correspondence, diaries, including four of travels in Europe, 
and a typescript of travels in Ireland (1910) with expend 
accounts, autobiography, addresses, photos., pamphlets, and 
other papers. Includes U. S. Dept. of Labor arbitration 
cases containing labor reports, agreements, and decisions of 
labor-management relationships mainly in companies in 
Tennessee and Georgia in the 1940's and early 1950's; min- 
u^es and reports .of the Board of Temperance and Social 
Welfare of the Disciples of Christ of which Taylor was sec- 
retary ; and items relating to the Council of Southern Moun- 
tain Workers, Cumberland Homesteads, Fellowship of 
bouthero Churchmen, Institute of International Relations, 
^terchurch World Movement, League of Nations a2 
tun, Save the Children Fund, and Southern Conference 
Educafaonal Fund. Also includes news reports of social 
economic, and religious conditions in the South reported to 

mtenal rektmg to Taylor, book reviews, P^Ssive Par£ 

■^ £ 7?"T"VF d - social ** "^ous concerns, 
™ SfS^ ? ^r^^ * T *? lol > a *&* 0* his papers 
?19W). P CW HJ>taric « 1 *»**!, Register nH 

iiformation on Hterary rights available in the repository, 
brift of the Rev. Taylor, 1955. * 

Lead;, Frank Willing, 1855-1943, collector ^ 6Wai7 

Genealogy of the signers of the Declaration of independ- 

In Filson Club collections (Louisville, Ky ) 
Letters, documents, and summaries concerning the family 
histories of ti» signers of the Declaration oftodepLS 
S?Sf h I **"**» ™te to descendants oTtn^Sr? 

mSfJT^ 7 ak ° -^ a typewritten copy in 20 vols. 
™JS&£%Sg&£ Calve^completedt 

JJ Llbrai7 ° f Con « ress has a microfilm copy (positive, 6 



Abbot, Ezra, 1819-1884. MS 65_1218 

Papers, 1853-84. 2 ft. 

In Harvard University Archives 

Professor of New Testament criticism and interpretation 
at Harvard University Correspondence, includmg^X 
the American Oriental Society, and lectures. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 



am™* t*_ • »..- , MS 65-1218 

Abbot, Francis Elkngwood, 1836-1903 

Papers, 1848-1903. 15 ft. 

In Harvard University Archives. 

Instructor in philosophy at Harvard University and Uni- 
tarian clergyman, of Toledo, Ohio. Correspondence: letter 
books (1872-1900) ; diaries (1869-1903) ; notebooks,- loTrf 
swmons, books, and poems; records (1870) of the Radical 
Club of Toledo; records (1876-79) of the National Liberal 
League; and records (1872-80) of the Index Association. 

inf ormafaon onliterary rights available in the repository. 

Chiefly gift of Dr. E.S. Abbot, 1940. 



144 



Abbott, Wilbur Cortez, 1869-1947. MB 65-1220 

Papers, 1908-46. 2 ft. 
In Harvard University Archives 
^Professor of history at Yale and Harvard Universities. 
Correspondence, notes, articles, lectures, and addresses 

the rSo'S ^ * ~ B ^ npW1 Prf0r a PP ]1 ^- * 
Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

« ±, „ „ MS 65-1221 

Anthony, John Gotdd, 1804-1877 

Papers, 1839-77. 1 box. 
In Harvard University Archives. 
Assistant in conchology, Harvard Museum of Compara- 
tive Zoology. Correspondence and travel notes. 
Information on literary rights available in the respository. 

» tvxx nr • MS65-1222 

Babbitt, Irving, 1865-1933. 
Papers, 1884-1933. 8 ft. 
In Harvard University Archives. 

Instructor and professor of French literature at Harvard 
University. Correspondence; mss. of literary works; and 
high school, college, and teaching notes. 

Before 1983 may be seen only upon prior application to 
the repository. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Banks, Nathan, 1868-1953. MS65-1223 

Papers, 1915-35. 1 ft 

In Harvard University Archives. 

Associate professor of zoology at Harvard University. 
Personal correspondence and professional papers. 

Open to investigators only upon "prior application to the 
repository. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Bentley, William, 1759-1819. MS65-1224 

Correspondence, 1783-1815. 1 box. 
In Harvard University Archives. 

Unitarian clergyman, of Salem, Mass. Letters to Bentley 
wTflijp? gS ' Wmiam D " ndrid *» P^ and^S 

Formerly part of the William Bentley papers at the 
American Antiquarian Society and Essex Institute 
^formation on literary rights available in the rerxraitory 
Gift of the Peabody Museum of Salem, Mass. ■ 

Bigelow, Jacob, 1787-1879. MS 65-1225 

Papers, 1816-27. 1 ft. 
In Harvard University Archives. 

Professor of materia medica at Harvard University. Cor- 
respondence and memoranda. 
Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

BScher, Maxime, 1867-1918. 65-1226 

Papers, 1893-1912. 3 boxes. 
In Harvard University Archives. 

Instructor and professor of mathematics at Harvard Uni- 
versity. Correspondence, bibliography, and examination 
papers. 

Before 1968. may be seen only upon prior application to 
the repository. 
Information on literary rights available in the repository. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 65-1227 
Bond, George Phillips, 1825-1865. 
Papers, 1851-65. 2 boxes. 
Li Harvard University Archives. 

Observer and Director of the Astronomical Observatory of 

Harvard University. Correspondence and journal (1851). 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 



MS65-1228 
Bond, William Cranch, 1789-1859. 
Papers, 1845-59. 2 boxes. 
In Harvard University Archives. 

Astronomer at Harvard University. Personal corre- 
spondence and observation records. 
Information on literary rights available in the repository. 



MS 65-1229 
Burke, Walter Safford, 1866-1931. 

Correspondence, 1898-1912. 1 box. 
In Harvard University Archives. 
Professor of mechanical engineering at Harvard Univer- 
sity. 

- Before 1981 may be seen only upon prior application to 
the repository. 
Information on literary rights available in the repository. 



MS 65-1230 
Cooke, Josiah Parsons, 1827-1894. 
Papers, 1850-94. 4 v. 
Li Harvard University Archives. 
Professor of chemistry and mineralogy at Harvard Uni- 
versity. Lecture notes. 
Information on literary rights available in the repository. 



MS 65-1231 
Coolidge, Archibald Cary, 1866-1928. 

Papers, 1905-28. 6 ft 

In Harvard University Archives. 

Instructor and professor of history and director of the 
Harvard College Library. Correspondence, lectures, notes, 
addresses, and mss. of books. Coolidge's official correspon- 
dence is in the archives of the Harvard College Library. 

Before 1978 may be seen only upon prior application to 
the repository. 

Information on literary rights available in repository. 



MS65-1232 
Croswdl, William, 1760-1834. 
Papers, 1781-1834. 1 box. 
In Harvard University Archives. 
Librarian and mathematician at Harvard College. Cor- 
respondence and papers relating primarily to library work. 
Information on literary rights available in the repository. 
Gift of the New England Historic Genealogical Society, 
1964. 



MS 65-1233 
Dunster, Henry, 1609-1659. 

Papers, 1638-1914. 73 items. 
In Harvard University Archives. 
President of Harvard College. Personal and official cor- 
respondence, deeds, and other items; together with later 
correspondence relating to them. 
Information on literary rights available in the repository. 
Mainly gift of family. 



MS 65-1234 
Eliot, Charles William, 1834-1926. 

Papers, 1869-1924. 199 ft 

In Harvard University Archives. 

President of Harvard College. Personal and official cor- 
respondence, copies of speeches, photos., and other items 
relating to Harvard and its presidency. 

Shelf list in the repository, and indexes in correspondence. 

Before 1975 may be seen only upon prior application to 
the repository. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 



MS 65-1235 
EHot, Samuel Atkins, 1798-1862. 

Papers, 1820-61. 10 v. 

In Harvard University Archives. 

Merchant and mayor of Boston, treasurer of Harvard 
University, and U. S. Bepresentative from Massachusetts. 
Personal correspondence (1818-24), merchant's letter book 
(1824-25) and personal financial records (1825-58), and 
articles and addresses (1824-61) relating largely to politics. 

Eliot's official papers as treasurer of Harvard University 
are in the archives of that office. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 



MS 65-1236 
Everett, Edward, 1794-1865. 

Correspondence, 1815-54. 5 boxes. 

In Harvard University Archives. 

President of Harvard College. Correspondence relating 
.. to Harvard College. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 



MS 65-1237 
Earrar, John, 1779-1853. 
Papers, 1813-27. 1 box. 
In Harvard University Archives. 

Professor of mathematics and natural philosophy at Har- 
vard College. Correspondence and papers. 
Information on literary rights available in the repository. 



MS65-1238 
Fetton, Cornelius Conway, 1807-1862. 
Papers, 1839-62. 6 v. 
In Harvard University Archives. 
President of Harvard College. Personal and official cor- 
respondence, diaries (1853 and 1856), and lecture notes. 
Information on literary rights available in the repository. 



MS 65-1239 
Fenn, William Wallace, 1862-1932. 

Papers, 1890-1932. 24 boxes. 

In Harvard University Archives. 

Professor of theology at Meadville Theological School, 
Chicago, HL and Harvard University. Lecture notes, ad- 
dresses, a few personal papers, and other items. _ 

Open to investigators only upon prior application to the 
repository. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 



145 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



Fofeom, Charles, 1794-1872. MS 65 ~ 12 * 

Papers, 1813-26. lbox. 
In Harvard University Archives. 
nae^i r S^ Ha 7 a f d F™*7 *** the Boston Athe- 

Folsom's official papers as librarian of Harvart Univer- 
sity are m the archives of Harvard College Libwr/ UmTOr 
Information on literary rights available in the repository. 



Francke, Kuno, 1855-1930. MS 65-1241 

Papers, 1890-1930. 3 boxes 
In Harvard University Archives. 

Professor of German at Harvard University. Corre- 
spondence (1915-17), articles, and notes. ^ 
^ *"***«*• «** «Pon Prior application to the 



Frisbie, Levi, 1783-1822. ** 6WaiB 

Correspondence, 1805-20. 1 bos. 
In Harvard University Archives. 

P«W of Latin, natural religion, moral philosophy, 
and civil polity at Harvard University **»p*j, 

L^rmation on literary rights available in the repository. 
Gift of Mrs. A W. Lawrie, 1940, 



Gilman, Samuel, 1791-1858. MS 65-124S 

Papers, 1811-26. 5 boxes. 
In Harvard University Archives. 

j£SZi*LSSZt clerw of a - d —- s - c - 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 



Goodwin, William Watson, 1831-1912 / ^ 65 ~ 1244 

Papers, 1879-1911. 2 boxes. 
In Harvard University Archives. 

Professor of Greek literature at Harvard Universitv 

Correspondence with colleagues. university. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 



Gorham, John, 1783-1829. MS 65-1245 

Papers, 1824-27. 1 box. 
In Harvard University Archives. 

Professor of chemistry and materia medica at Harvard 
University. Correspondence and other papers. 
Information on literary rights available in the repository. 



Grandgent, Charles Hall, 1862-1939 ^ 65 ~ 1246 

Papers, 1886-1915. 2 ft. 
In Harvard University Archives. 
I^S^ ° f ,? omance languages at Harvard University. 
Linguistic and literary notes and memoranda. ^ 

Information on literary rights available in the repository 



146 



„ MS 65-1247 

Greenough, Chester Noyes, 1874-1938 
Papers, 1900-38. 5 ft 
In Harvard University Archives. 

Professor of English at Harvard University. Personal 
correspondence and professional notes and mss. 

Open to investigators only upon prior application to the 
repository. rr ° 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Gross, Charles, 1857-1909. ** * W248 

Papers, 1888-1909. 4 ft. 
In Harvard University Archives. 

Professor of history at Harvard University. Professional 
hss. and lecture notes. 
Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

_ . _ MS 65-1249 

Harris, Thaddeus Mason, 1768-1842. 
Papers, 1822-42. 2ft 
In Harvard University Archives. 

Librarian of Harvard College and Unitarian clergyman, 
of Dorchester, Mass. Personal correspondence, sermons, and 
commonplace books. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 



Harvard University. Archives. MS 65-1250 

Harvard presidents' papers, 1651-1804. 101 items. 

-in Harvard University Archives. 

Personal and official correspondence and documents (1745- 
90) of Samuel Langdon (15 items) ; correspondence, diary, 
f^L? ^ d0c T 6,1 l s (1651-1721) of John Leverett(40 
items); personal and official correspondence (1683-1707) 
of Increase Mather (18 items) ; and correspondence and ser- 
mon notes 1785-1804) of Joseph WaSffS) 

Other collections of papers of Harvard presidents are 
cataloged separately in the National union catalog of 
manuscript collections. ; "i"uug or 



Hedge, Levi, 1766-1844. MS 65 ~ 1251 

Papers, 1825-27. lbox. 
In Harvard University Archives 

JwET ° f , l0 ^ me *P h w' natural religion, moral 
philosophy, and civil polity at Harvard GaUegT Cor- 
respondence and other papers. * 
Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Hill, Thomas, 1818-1891. MS 65-1252 

Correspondence, 1821-91. 9 v. 
In Harvard University Archives 

™^ dent °* ¥%"* CoUe S e - Personal and official cor- 
respondence, including letter books. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Jackson, James, 1777-1867. MS 65-1253 

Papers, 1814-27. lbox. 
In Harvard University Archives. 
Physician and Heisey professor of the theory and practice 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 65-1254 
Kirkland, John Thorton, 1770-1840. 
Papers, 1806-34. 10 v. 
In Harvard University Archives. 

President of Harvard College. Correspondence, diary 
(1816-17) , and memorandum books (1810-27) . 
Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

MS 65-1255 
Kohler, Elmer Peter, 1865-1938. 

Correspondence, 1912-38. 3 boxes. 

In Harvard University Archives. 

Professor of chemistry at Harvard University. 

Professional correspondence. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 



MS 65-1256 
Lane, William Coolidge, 1859-1931. 

Papers, 1887-1913. 1 box. 

In Harvard University Archives. 

Librarian of Harvard College and lecturer on the history 
of printing. Personal correspondence and professional mbs. 

Open to investigators only upon prior application to the 
repository. 

Lane's official papers are in the archives of the Harvard 
College Library. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 



MS 65-1257 
Lowell, Abbott Lawrence, 1856-1943. 

Papers, 1883-1943. 271 ft. 

In Harvard University Archives. 

President of Harvard College. Personal and official cor- 
respondence, speeches, and other papers relating to Harvard 
College and its presidency. 

Shelf list in the repository, and indexes in correspondence. 

Before 1993 may be seen only upon prior application to 
the repository. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 



MS 65-1258 
Morgan, Morris Hicky, 1859-1910. 
Papers, 1888-1909. 9 boxes. 
In Harvard University Archives. 
Professor of classical philology at Harvard University. 
Correspondence, diaries (1899-1909), and lectures. 
Information on literary rights available in the repository. 



MS 65-1259 
Norton, Andrews, 1786-1853. 
Papers, 1806-53. 3 boxes. 
In Harvard University Archives. 

Librarian and professor of sacred literature at Harvard 
University. Scholarly mss., lecture notes, and some personal 
correspondence. 
Information on literary rights available in the repository. 



MS 65-1260 
Peck, William Dandridge, 1763-1822. 
Papers, 1777-1827. 1 ft. 
In Harvard University Archives. 

Professor of natural history at Harvard University. Per- 
sonal and professional correspondence and mss. of writings 
and lectures given, 1805-22. 
Information on literary rights available in the repository. 



MS 65-1261 
Peine, Benjamin, 1778-1831. 
Papers, 1786-1831. 2 boxes. 
In Harvard University Archives. 

Librarian of Harvard College. Personal correspondence 
and historical mss^ including a history of Harvard Univer- 
sity which was published in 1833. 

MS 65-1262 
Peirce, Benjamin, 1809-1880. 
Papers, 1831-S0. 10 ft. 
In Harvard University Archives. 

Professor of astronomy and mathematics at Harvard 
University. Family correspondence and professional 
papers. 
Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

MS 66-1263 
Pickering, Edward Charles, 1846-1919. 

Papers, 1850-1918. 5 ft 

In Harvard University Archives. 

Professor of astronomy at Harvard University. Personal, 
family, and official correspondence; an unpublished auto- 
biography; scrapbooks; and notebooks. 

Before 1970 may be seen only upon prior application to 
the repository. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Deposited by Harvard College Observatory, 1952. 

MS 65-1264 
Pickering, John, 1777-1846. 
Papers, 1829-41. 1ft. 
In Harvard University Archives. 

Overseer of Harvard College. Personal and official corre- 
spondence. 
Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

MS 65-1265 
Pickering, William Henry, 1858-1938. 
Papers, 1889-1924. 1ft. 
In Harvard University Archives. 

Astronomer in charge of Harvard Observatory in Mande- 
ville, Jamaica. Personal correspondence and notebooks. 

Previous application should be made to Harvard Univer- 
sity Archives. 

MS 65-1266 
Popkin, John SneUing, 1771-1852. 
Letters, 1801-27. 1ft. 
In Harvard University Archives. 
Professor of Greek at Harvard University. 
Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

MS 65-1267 
Putnam, Frederic Ward, 1839-1915. 
Papers, 1863-1916. 18 ft. 
In Harvard University Archives. 

Director of the Peabody Museum of American Archaeol- 
ogy and Anthropology. Chiefly professional papers, includ- 
ing correspondence, working papers, memoranda, and scrap- 
books. 
Information on literary rights available in the repository. 



MS 65-1268 
Quincy, Josiah, 1772-1864. 
Papers, 1811-68. 23 v. 
In Harvard University Archives. 

President of Harvard College. Correspondence and offi- 
cial documents. 
Information on literary rights available in the repository. 



147 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



land, Benjamin, 1856-1934. ^ 65_1269 

Papers, 1897-1933. 3 boxes. 
In Harvard University Archives 

Philosopher and librarian at Harvard University. Pro- 
fessional correspondence and scholarly papers 

untamT 011 t0 qU<>te fr ° m *• CoUection ^ ^ required 
Information on Uterary rights available in the repository. 

■*>■ u ji »™ . MS 65-1270 

Richards, Theodore William, 1868-1928 
Papers, 1889-1928. 7 ft. 
In Harvard University Archives. 

Prof essor of chemistry at Harvard University. Personal 
and professional correspondence, teaching jibs- lecture ksb., 
and clippings. ' 

Access restricted until 1978. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Ropes, James Hardy, 1866-1933 ^ 65_12Tl 

Papers, 1895-1927. 8 boxes. \ 
InHarvard University Archives. \ 

at HkSTS °4 — * ""l*" 1 of &» theological school 
Id^dtaSngT^. *"**»* —■*£- - 

thfrSosiS ^ * "" ^ DP0n P rior *PPKcation *» 

SSS*^ ° n A "^"yjng^ amiable in the repository^ 
Deposit from Andover-Harvard Library, 1954.^^ 

Royce,Josiah, 1855-1916. MS 65-1272 

Papers, 1882-1916. 25 ft 
In Harvard University Archives. 

. J^T*- * ^""fr* at Harvard University. Personal 
and professional correspondence, mss. of lectures and arti- 
cles, and notes. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Sargent, Dudley Allen, 1849-1924. MS 6$ ~ mi 

Papers, 1879-1919. 11 ft. 
In Harvard University Archives 

r™^ 801 " ° f ] S ysical trtmil W and ™™**>t of Hemenway 
Gymnasium at Harvard University. Personal and profes* 

Z pho?oT spo nce ' financial records ' "**». ^^ 

the^Sto^ "* "" ^ "* UP ° n Pri0r •»»*»*« to 
Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Searle, Arthur, 1837-1920. MS65-1274 

Papers, 1887-1912. 4 boxes. 
In Harvard University Archives. 

Professor of astronomy at Harvard University Profes- 
sional papers, reminiscences, and memoranda. 
Information on literary rights available in the repository 



Sew»B, Stephen, 1734-1804. ^ ^^ 

Papers, 1765-82. 7 v. 
In Harvard University Archives. 

Professor of Oriental languages at Harvard University. 
Lectures on Hebrew and Oriental literature delivered at 
Harvard University. 
Information on Uterary rights available in the repository. 



«u« t t t MS 65-1276 

SssMey, John Langdon, 1804-1885. 

Papers, 1831-85. 28 ft 

In Harvard University Archives. 

Magazine editor, librarian, and biographer at Harvard 
University. Correspondence (largely professional), diaries: 
journals ; and historical notes and clippings. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Deposited by the Massachusetts Historical Society, 1940 
and 1961. 



Smith, Clement Lawrence, 1844-1909. 
Papers, 1850-1905. 3 ft 
In Harvard University Archives. 

Professor of Latin and dean of Harvard University Cor- 
respondence (mostly personal), diaries, and lecture notes. 
Information on literary notes available in the repository. 

~ .. „ ,_ Lm . MS 65-1278 

Smyth, Herbert Weir, 1857-1937. 

Papers, 1876-1928. 2 ft 

In Harvard University Archives. 

Professor of Greek and dean of Harvard University. 
Personal correspondence and professional papers. 

Before 1987 may be seen only upon prior application to 
the repository. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

a _, , „ MS 65-1279 

Sparks, Jared, 1789-1866. 

Correspondence, 1849-53. 1 v. 
In Harvard University Archives. 

Historian and president of Harvard College. Official cor- 
respondence. 
Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

fl T5£iiS** k Cumt John """■ ^S 

Papers, 1865-1933. 7 ft 

In Harvard University Archives. 

JS^SSjL*™* UniTOrsity - *— 

the^S may '~ U T ^ np ° n P ri " ^cation to 
Information on literary rights available in Hie repository. 

Swain, George Fillmore, 1857-1931. MS 65-1281 

Papers, 1909-29. 3 ft 
In Harvard University Archives. 

Professor of civil engineering at Harvard University. 
iTTOiessional papers. 

Before 1981 may be seen only upon prior application to 
tne repository. " 

LTformation on literary rights available in the repository. 
Deposited by the Gordon McKay Library, 1961. 



148 



Miayer, Joseph Henry, 1828-1901 MS 65-1282 

Papers, 1883-1901. 3 ft. 
In Harvard University Archives. 

fi t wf^T? f • NeW Z eS ^ m t nt criticism and interpretation 
at Harvard University. Professional papers. 
Information on Uterary rights available in the repository 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 65-1288 
Thayer, William Roscoe, 1859-1923. 
Papers, 1896-1920. 2 ft. 
In Harvard University Archives. 

Author and overseer of Harvard College. Correspondence 
relating to Harvard, and lecture notes. 

Until 1973 previous application should be made to the 
repository. 
Information on literary rights available in the repository. 



MS 65-1284 
Ticknor, George, 1791-187L 
Lectures, 1817-35. 2 ft 
In Harvard University Archives. 

Author and professor of French and Spanish literature at 
Harvard University. 
Information on literary rights available in the repository. 



MS65-1285 
TreadwelL, Daniel, 1791-1872. 
Papers, 1821-87. 1 ft. 
In Harvard University Archives. 

Inventor and professor of the application of science to 
the useful arts, Harvard University. Personal and profes- 
sional papers. 

MS65-1286 
Walker, James, 1794-1874. 
Papers, 1840-72. 8 v. 
In Harvard University Archives. 

President of Harvard College. Personal and official cor- 
respondence, library catalog, and other papers. 
Information on literary rights available in the repository. 



MS 65-1287 
Ware, Henry, 1764-1845. 
Papers, 1805-42. 1ft. 
In Harvard University Archives. 

Unitarian minister and professor of divinity at Harvard 
University. Lectures and sermons. 
Information on literary rights available in the repository. 



MS65-1288 
Ware, Henry, 1794-1843. 
Papers, 1820-42. 1 ft 
In Harvard University Archives. 

Unitarian minister and professor of pulpit eloquence and 
pastoral care at the Harvard Divinity School. Personal cor- 
respondence, sermons, and professional notes. 
Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

MS 65-1289 
Warren, Henry Clarke, 1854-1899. 
Papers, 1891-99. 1ft 
In Harvard University Archives. 

Author and student of Oriental languages, Cambridge, 
Mass. Correspondence and linguistic notes. 
Information on literary rights available in the repository. 



MS 65-1290 
Warren, John Collins, 1778-1856. 
Papers, 1814-27. 1 box. 
In Harvard University Archives. 

Professor of anatomy and surgery at Harvard University. 
'Correspondence and other papers. 
Information on literary rights available in the repository. 



MS 65-1291 
Webster, John White, 1793-1850. 
Papers, 1826-35. lbox. 
In Harvard University Archives. 

Professor of chemistry and mineralogy at Harvard Uni- 
versity. Correspondence and other papers. 
Information on literary rights available in the repository. 



MS 65-1292 
Wendell, Barrett, 1855-1921. 
Papers, 1873-1921. 6 ft 
In Harvard University Archives. 

Professor of English at Harvard University. Memoirs, 
mss. of published works, professional notes, and lectures. 

Before 1971 may be seen only upon prior application to the 
repository. 
Information on literary rights available in the repository. 



MS 65-1293 
Whipple, George Chandler, 1866-1924. 
Papers, 1888-1924. 2 ft. 
In Harvard University Archives. 

Professor of sanitary engineering at Harvard University. 
Diaries and professional mss. 

Before 1974 may be seen only upon prior application to 
the repository. 
Information on literary rights available in the repository. 



MS 65-1294 
White, Horatio Stephens, 1852-1934. 
Papers, 1885-1926. 5 ft 
In Harvard University Archives. 

Professor of German at Harvard University. Profes- 
sional notes. 
Information on literary rights available in the repository. 



MS 65-1295 
Wfflard, Sidney, 1780-1856. 
Papers, 1807-26. 1 ft. 
In Harvard University Archives. 

Professor of Hebrew and other Oriental languages at 
Harvard University. Correspondence, lecture notes, and 

literary mss. .■■■.■■■■'. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 



MS 65-1296 

Williams, Samuel, 1743-1817. 
Papers, 1780-68. 1 ft 
In Harvard University Archives. 

Professor of mathematics and natural philosophy at Har- 
vard University. Professional papers. 
Information on literary rights available m the repository. 



MS 65-1297 
Willson, Robert Wheeler, 1853-1922. 
Papers, 1898-1916. 1ft 
In Harvard University Archives. 

Professor of astronomy at Harvard University. Profes- 
sional observations, computations, and notes. 

Before 1972 may be seen only upon prior application to the 
repository. . 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 



149 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



Winsor, Justin, 1831-1897. MS * W298 

Papers, 1847-97. 6 ft. 

In Harvard University Archives. 

Librarian of Harvard University and historian. Corre- 
spondence (1851-S6), diaries (1881-97), journals (1847-70} 
scrapbooks (1847-97), notebooks, pencil sketches, poems! 
and essays. ' 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

tit- .l MS 65-1299 

Winthrop, John, 1714-1779. 

Papers, 1728-89. 2 ft. 

In Harvard University Archives. 

Astronomer and professor of mathematics and natural 
philosophy at Harvard University. Diaries (1739-79) 
meteorological journal (1742-79), abstracts of sermons' 
(1728-29) , and scientific notes. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

_. . MS 65-1300 

Woodworth, Jay Backus, 1865-1925. 

Papers, 1880-1924. 6 ft. 

In Harvard University Archives. 

Associate professor of geology at Harvard University. 
Correspondence, personal, and regarding the Geological 
Society of Boston, Mass^ the American Geophysical Union, 
the U. S. Geological Survey, and the New York State 
Museum; diaries; and notes for lectures and teaching. 

Before 1974 may be seen only upon prior application to 
the repository. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

„ MS 65-1301 

Young, AHyn Abbott, 1876-1929. 
Papers, 1898-1927. 8 ft. 
In Harvard University Archives. 

Professor of economics at Harvard University. Corre- 
spondence and notes for Young's lectures at Harvard Uni- 
versity. 

Before 1979 may be seen only upon prior application to the 
repository. 

Allen, Wiffiam, 1784-1868. MS 65-1302 

Family correspondence, 1802-53. ca. 4 ft. (307 items) 

in Harvard University, Houghton Library 

Unitarian dergyman, of Rondout, N. Y. Family corre- 

sjpondence reflecting the Unitarian movement in MassachT 

setts and New York Includes letters to Allen from various 

persons; 82 letters from WiUiam Henry Channing (18lT 

1884) to hjs wife Juba Allen Channing; andTletters from 

OtSTsI? 617 (1727 - 1820 > to Wmiam Ellery Chan5n^ 

•64M-240 iShed inv<mt017 ' m **» Ub ««y's Accession record 
Open to investigators under library restrictions. 
Inf ormation on literary rights available in the library 
Purchased from WiUiam P. Wreden, 1965 



Cartland family. MS 65-1303 

Papers, 1832-1910. 20 ft (1862items) 

*? Harvard University, Houghton Library 

Family correspondence and papers of the Cartland family, 
particularly ^ Moses Austin Cartland (1805-1863), Quaker 
^f*^ °f, N ! w , H«««»Psbire and Providence, B. L; of 
Joseph Cartland , (1810-1898) ; and of Gertrude^ E. (Whit- 

^ ?^^- (1 . 82a - mi) - ^^"d* 13 letters from John 
&reenleaf Whittier and other prominent Quakers of the 
period; a diary of Gertrude E. (Whittier) Cartland- and 



150 



various papers relating to the Moses Brown School in 
Providence. 

Unpublished inventory in the library's Accession record 
bMS Am 1752. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Gift of Prof. Martha Hale Shackford, granddaughter of 
Moses Austin Cartland, 1942. " 



*t tt «. ._ „, MS65-1804 

Van Valkenburg, Edwin A d. 1932. 

Political correspondence, 1896-1932. 10 ft. (1295 items) 

In Harvard University, Houghton Library. 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) of the original letters 
of Theodore Roosevelt, Jr. in the Theodore Roosevelt Memo- 
rial Association in New York City. 

Editor of the "North American." Includes letters of 
Albert J. Beveridge, Edward W. Bok, Albert Kidgely 
Brunker, Henry Prather Fletcher, William Flinn, Her- 
mann Hagedorn, Warren G. Harding, Hiram W. Johnson, 
George W. Perkins, Gifford Pinchot, Corinne (Boosevelt) 
Robinson, Theodore Roosevelt (1858-1919), Theodore 
Roosevelt (1887-1944), William Cameron Sproul, Arthur 
Isaiah Vorys, John Wanamaker, Leonard Wood, and many 
other people involved in national and Pennsylvania politics, 
the Republican Party, and the Progressive Movement 

.»H!J P ,rr sbed inventor y ™ the library's Accession record 
63M— 219. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 
Formerly part of the Theodore Roosevelt Collection in 
the university's Widener Library. 



Bauer, Frederick Charles, 1886- 65-1305 

Papers, 1909-60. 1 ft. 

In University of Illinois, University Archives. 

Professor of agriculture at the University of Illinois. 
Correspondence, notes, research papers, addresses, dippings, 
publications, photos, and workpapers relating to agronomy 
teaching, soil productivity, the Morrow plats, experiment 
fields, fertilizers, the McKinley Foundation and Bauer's 
career, including his positions in charge of soils extension, 
chief of experimental fields, and professor of soil fertility 



t> ... ™ MS 65-1306 

Burriu, Thomas Jonathan, 1839-1916. 
Papers, 1863-1910. 1 ft and 1 box. 
In University of Illinois, University Archives. 
Professor of botany and vice president of the University 
of Illinois. Letter press copybooks, journals, and an auto- 
biographical sketch covering Burrill's boyhood in northern 
Illinois. The journals include lecture notes, definitions, 
questions, and diagrams made in various courses at Illinois 
State Normal University (1863-64) and a diary (1875, 
1877-78) of personal observations on crops, weather, plants! 
insects, seeds, and personal activity. Most of the letters were 
written by Burrill in his official capacity as vice president 
of the University of Illinois/and also as chairman of the 
Juiward Snyder Loan Fund Committee and of the board of 
directors of the Y. M. C. A- They relate chiefly to univer- 
sity affairs and include biographies of Selim H. Peabody 
and Edward Snyder and reports of the Snyder Memorial 
Committee and the Committee on Graduate Work. The pri- 
vate correspondence relates to drainage and timber on But- 
e's Arkansas lands, assessment of his Chicago lots, scien- 
tinc investigations, and also to university affairs. 
Unpublished finding aid in the repository. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 65-1307 
Case, Harold Clayton H 1890-1966 

Papers, 1918-64. 4 ft. 

In University of Illinois, University Archives. 

Professor of agriculture at the University of Illinois. 
Correspondence, Mas. of public addresses and talks, publica- 
tions, lecture notes, clippings and news releases relating to 
farm management extension, farm accounting, crop fore- 
casts, the Farm Management Service, agricultural adjust- 
ment, farm debt adjustment, mortgages and leases, farm 

tenancy, agricultural economic courses, wartime food produc- 
tion, farm appraisal, postwar European food supplies and 
agricultural production, agricultural conditions in China 
(1946), agricultural economic meetings and training pro- 
grams, land use, price supports, and the history of agricul- 
tural economics. 

MS 65-1308 
FairHe, John Archibald, 1872-1947. 

Papers, 1885-1947. 32 ft. 

In University of Illinois, University Archives. 

Professor of political science at the University of Illinois 
and managing editor of the "American political science re- 
view." Correspondence, notes, text outlines, mbs. of writ- 
ings, clippings, and reprints relating to public administra- 
tion, State, county, township, and municipal government, 
and related topics. Includes material relating to the Amer- 
ican Political Science Association, the National Municipal 
League, the Social Science Research Council, the Illinois 

Special Tax Commission, the Illinois Efficiency and Econ- 
omy Committee, university and departmental matters, staff 
appointments, Illinois Pacific Aid Commission, American 
Association of University Professors, and family affairs. 
Correspondents include Charles A. Beard, Frederick A. 
Cleveland, William E. Dodd, James W. Garner, Frank J. 
Goodnctw, Edmund J. James, David Kinley, Charles E. 
Merriam, Frederick A. Ogg, and Frank W. Taussig. 
Unpublished finding aid in the repository. 

MS 65-1309 
Faye, Christopher UrdahL 1886- 

Papers, 1934-61. 1 ft. 

In University of Illinois, University Archives. 

Library cataloger and assistant professor at the Univer- 
sity of Illinois. Bibliography of writings on Zulu phi- 
lology, religion, theology, and librarianship; notes on exhi- 
bits of the Bible, 1934-35; reprints; book review, announce- 
ments, and lecture outlines on "The western book," "Tran- 
scription and transliteration," and "The cataloging of manu- 
scripts." 

MS 65-1310 
HOlebrand, Harold Newcomb, 1887-1953. 

Papers, 1918-47. 1 ft. 

In University of Illinois, University Archives. 

In part, transcripts (handwritten and typewritten). 

Head of the English Dept. at the University of Illinois. 
Correspondence; handwritten and typewritten copies of 
The wasp," with descriptive notes; "Notes on 17th century 
plays" ; and a lecture on comedy. Includes letters ( 1918-19) 
to HUlebrand from Stuart Pratt Sherman about Urbana, 
Til , during World War i; letters from the Central Council 
for Nursing Education, from friends, and theatrical agents 

about Hillebrand's play "Florence Nightingale"; letters 
from Ida %m *1™, Sam Baphaelson, and Brock Pemberton 
about the play, "The old order"; letters from Joseph Q, 
Adams and George Kittredge about Hillebrand's "Vario- 
rium" (1946) and "Troilus and Cressida" (1953). Other 
correspondents include William Archer, Ernest A. Boyd, 
Arthur Jones, and Thornton Wilder. 



MS 66-1311 
Hopkins, B. Smith, 1873-1952. 
Papers, 1917-52. 1ft. 

In University of Illinois, University Archives. 
Professor of inorganic chemistry at the University of 
Illinois. Correspondence relating to research work on the 
rare earths, fractionation of rare earth solutions, element 61 
or "illinium," shipment and use of rare earth salts, ionic 
migration method of separating rare earth, x-ray spectro- 
graphic analysis of rare earths, Hopkins' faculty appoint- 
ment (1919), work of graduate students, textbooks and 
revisions, x-ray equipment, laboratory notebooks (1925-81), 
chemical manufacturing, and Hopkins' genealogy; and a 
posthumous list of Hopkins' publications, consistin g of 12 
books and 129 articles. Correspondents include Gerald 
Druce, of England; J. AMm Harris, of Canada; G. Hevesy, 
of Copenhagen; Charles James; David Kinley ; B. J. Meyer, 
of Berlin; William A. Noyes; Luigi Kolla, of Florence; 
Manne Siegbahn, of Uppsala; S. Urbain, of Paris; and 
Leonard F. Yntema. 



MS 65-1312 
Ketchum, Milo Smith, 1872-1934. 

Papers, 1899-1902. 1 ft. 

In University of Illinois, University Archives. 

Contracting and designing engineer for the Gillette- 
Herzog Manufacturing Company of Minneapolis in Hough- 
ton, Mich. Letter press copybook concerning Ketchum's 
business activities, including the preparation of plans and 
bids and the supervising of work on copper mine trestles, 
shaft houses, and on cars ; papers relating to the publication 
of the annual report of the Ulinois Society of Engineers 
and Surveyors, the preparation of plans for bridges, the 
securing of materials, proper construction, and payment 
for Ketchum's services; and biEs (1902) for surveying lots 
in Champaign, UL 



MS 65-1313 
Harrison, Ellen Wain. 

Papers, 1895-1900. 1 ft. (ca. 100 items) 

In Independence National Historical Park collections 
(Philadelphia) 

Kegent of the Philadelphia Chapter* of the Daughters of 
the American Revolution. Mainly letters by or to Mrs. 
Harrison relating to the restoration of Independence Hall 
and the museum in Independence Hall. 

Typewritten calendar in the repository. 

Gift of George L. Harrison, 1952. On deposit with the 
American Philosophical Society Library from 1952-63, it 
formed part of the society's Independence National His- 
torical Park collection (MS 61-1073) . 



MS 65-1314 
Philadelphia. Board to Take Charge of and Collect His- 
torical Belies for the Museums of Independence EaU. 
William H. Staake collection, 1900-17. 1 ft. (ca. 200 



uo ') 

In Independence National Historical Park collections 
(Philadelphia) . 

Correspondence and minute book, mainly concerning rel- 
ics and paintings for the museum in Independence Hall 
and adjoining buildings. William H. Staake was secretary 
of the board. 

Gift of William W. Staake, 1962. 



151 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



i>i.-i j . u- MS 65-1315 

fr-luJadelphia. Bureau of City Property. Independence HaU 
Division. 

Independence Hall collections, 1896-1950. ca. 100,000 
items. 

,J^, Independence National Historical Park coUections 
(Philadelphia) 

Official correspondence and personnel, equipment, and 
museum records, covering restorations of Independence Hall, 
Congress Hall, and Old City Hall and all aspects of ad- 
ministration, both of the buildings and of the museum col- 
lection. 
Permanent loan from the city of Philadelphia, 1951. 

p..,, , . . MS 65-1316 

Philadelphia. Independence HaU. Board of Managers, Na- 
tional Museum. 
Chew loan collection, 1873-1918. 3 ft. (ca. 1000 items) 

/t^, , ,F? ndence Nationa l Historical Park collections 
(Philadelphia) 

Letters received and drafts of outgoing letters concem- 

^ 9 o^ atl f nal Museam ; ""Mfc book and accession books 
(l87d-98) ; donor and subject indices; inventories; minute 
book (1874-76) of the Committee on Restoration of Inde- 
pendence Hall ; and letters received by the committee's chair- 
man, Frank M. Etting. Most of the material relates to the 
administration of the National Museum in Independence 
Hall and the collection of relics for the museum and rep- 
resents the files of Mary B. Chew, secretary of the Board of 
Managers. 

Indefinite loan from Benjamin and Samuel Chew. 1961- 
63. 



o „ _ „ ' MS 65-1317 

Sellers, Horace Wells, 1857-1933. 
Papers, 1730-1930. ca. 4 ft. 

/^•, ^ de P enden< » National Historical Park collections 
(Philadelphia) 

In part, transcripts of documents relating to the history 
of Independence Hall and Congress Hall, from various 
sources. 

Correspondence, reports, and photos, relating to the 
relation of the Independence Hall group by a committee 
of the Philadelphia Chapter, American Institute of Archi- 
tects, of which Sellers was secretary; transcripts, clippings, 
and notes on the architectural history of the Independence 
ttall group; report of an architectural survey of Bartram 
House and minutes (1925) of the American Institute of 
Architects Restoration Committee; reports and correspond- 
ence concerning the "old Philadelphia survey" (1932) ; and 
miscellaneous notes on architectural history and related 
subjects. 

Gift of Lester H. Sellers. 

This material was formerly in the American Philosophical 
Society Library, forming part of the society's Independence 
.National Historical Park collection (MS 61-1073). 

_ ,_. MS 65-1318 

Cashing family. 

Cushing-Orne papers, 1730-1922. ca. 250 items. 

In Massachusetts Historical Society Library. 

Correspondence, accounts, and documents (1750-86) of 
Thomas Gushing (1725-1788), Boston merchant and poli- 
tician, including the Resolves establishing a Committee of 
Correspondence sent by the Virginia House of Burgesses on 
March 12, 1773 to Cushing as speaker of the Massachusetts 
General Court; correspondence (1781-86) between the ex- 
porting firm of John De Neufville and Sons, of Holland, 
and Cushing, as chairm a n of the Committee on Foreign Af- 



fairs; and the commission (Aug. 29, 1786) authorizing Cush- 
ing and others to represent Massachusetts at the Annapolis 
Convention on Trade. The correspondence between Cushing 
and the John De Neufville firm concerns goods shipped to 
Massachusetts by the order of Jonathan Loring Austin and 
describes the difficulties of shipment due to the war, the low 
status of American credit, and the sympathies of the Dutch 
people; papers (1776-1807) of Thomas Cushing, Jr., includ- 
ing military commissions placing him in the Massachusetts 

Militia under Benjamin Lincoln in 1776 and 1786; Orne 
family papers (1773-1818) including accounts (1772-75) for 
cordage by Timothy Orne, merchant of Salem, Mass., and 
much correspondence (1789-97) of the young Orne sisters, 
with descriptions of social practices and dress of the period. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Harold O. Wellman, 1965. 

MS 65-1319 
OKn, William Mik>, 1845-1911. 

Papers, 1848-1949. ca. 160 items. 

In Massachusetts Historical Society Library. 

Soldier and secretary of state of Massachusetts. Corre- 
spondence and personal letter books (1861-1911) containing 
descriptions of action during Olin's service (1862-65) with 
the 36th Massachusetts Volunteers at Fredericksburg, Va., 
the capture of Vicksburg (1863), the Battle of the Wilder- 
ness (1864), and the Siege of Petersburg (1865) ; personal 
letters and papers (1881-1911) regarding the activities and 
policies of the G. A R. of which Olm was an officer, especially 
his interest (1893-1911) in the veteran's pensions legislation 
(the Sulloway bill) ; personal correspondence dealing with 
matters of concern to Olin as secretary of state (1891-1911), 
including correspondence with James G. Blaine, Henry 
Laurens Dawes, George F. Hoar, and John D. Long; and 
documents (1879-85) regarding the establishment of a uni- 
form design for the Great Seal of Massachusetts. Includes 
a typewritten transcript of excerpts from Olin's letters 
(1862-65) to his mother. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of Gilbert L Bean, 1965. 



_ . - .. MS65-1820 

Tucker family. 

Papers, 1709-1891. ca, 200 items. 

In Massachusetts Historical Society Library. 

Accounts, receipts, deeds, and inventories dating 1709- 
1830, and other papers. The papers of Capt. Jonathan 
Tucker (d. 1790) of the Massachusetts Militia include the 
records (1745-88) of Country Gore (Worcester Co.) and of 
Charlton, Mass., with town warrants (1760-77) for the es- 
tablishment of services, assessments, and tax rolls, and docu- 
ments relating to the duties of the offices of collector, asses- 
sor, and constable held by Tucker from 1761-88. Military 
documents (1754-61) of Capt. Tucker include papers relat- 
ing to his company's activities and a journal kept during 
the Crown Point Campaign; accounts of Capt Tucker are 
those kept while he acted as delegate (1774-75) to the Pro- 
vincial Congress. The papers of Lt Jonathan Tucker (d. 
1820) relate to his service with the 5th Regt. Militia (1779) 
to enemy activity at Potterhill, N. Y, to his occupation as 
representative (1781-96) for the proprietors of Calais, Vt, 
and to his participation in Shay's Rebellion. The letters 
(1819-22) of William Tucker, printer, written from Ala- 
bama and New Orleans, describe land opportunities in the 
Texas territory and the difficulties of establishing a news- 
paper. Names represented include Jonathan Tucker (d. 
1749), housewright of Roxbury, Mass. (1709-48). 
Unpublished guide in the library. 

Purchase, 1965. 



152 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 65-1321 
American Legion. Michigan. Fort Dearborn Post No. 364, 
Dearborn. 
Records, 1935-49. 9 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Rosters and a history (1949) of the post, compiled by 
Floyd L. Haight 

MS 65-1322 
Ann Arbor, Mich. Huron Hills Golf Club. 

Records, 1924-28. 150 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, minutes, financial papers, articles of as- 
sociation, and membership lists. 

MS 65-1323 
Bnrsley, Joseph Aldrich, 1877-1950. 

Papers, 1909-50. 900 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Dean of students at the University of Michigan. Chiefly 
correspondence, with bills, receipts, and lists of class mem- 
bers relating to the Class of 1899, particularly class re- 
unions; and a ms. of an article relating to student loan 
funds at the university, 1927-28. 

MS 65-1324 
Children's Fund of Michigan. 

Records, 1929-55. 22ft 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, financial records, scrapbooks of clippings, 
and other papers relating to a fund, e st a b lis h ed by James 
Couzens and directed by "William J. Norton to support proj- 
ects and agencies promoting the medical and general wel- 
fare of children. 

Gift of Mr. Norton, 1964-65. 

MS65-1325 
Civic Committee on the Dramatic Season, Ann Arbor, Mich. 
Scrapbooks, 1938-5L 8 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Scrapbooks of correspondence, newspaper clippings, and 
pictures relating to actors and plays of the drama season 
sponsored by the committee. 
Gift of William 6. Halstead, 1956. 

MS 65-1326 
Cook, Sullivan, 1834-1903. 
Letters, 1862-63. 72 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Soldier and farmer. Letters concerning daily camp life 
and home affairs, written by Cook to his wife while he was 
serving in Company 1, 1st U. S. Sharpshooters. 
Gift of Mrs. Louise H. Ferster, 1965. 



MS 65-1327 
Crawford, Fred Lewis, 1888-1957. 

Papers, 1925-53. ca. 4 ft, and 25 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Sugar processor and U. S. Representative from Michigan. 
Correspondence, speeches, and other papers relating mainly 
to personal and financial affairs (especially Crawford's 
Texas ranch) and political and congressional affairs in the 
1930's; papers relating to his activities as a member of the 



Insular Affairs Committee of the House of Representatives; 
scrapbooks of clippings and photos.; and papers of the 
Michigan Sugar Company. Correspondents include Wilber 
Brucker, Leonard Hall, George A. Malcolm, and relatives 
of Crawford. 
Gift of Mrs. Crawford, 1964. 

MS 65-1328 
Daughters of Founders and Patriots of America. Michigan 
Chapter. 
Records, 1956-60. 4 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Genealogical notes, scrapbook, and other papers. 
On loan from the society. 



MS 65-1329 
Dice, Lee Raymond, 1887- 

Papcrs, 1938-56. 6 ft. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of zoology at the University of Michigan. 
Chiefly correspondence dealing with the University of Mich- 
igan's Dept of Zoology, and Institute of Human Biology 
with some miscellaneous papers. 

Gift of Mr. Dice, 1958. 

MS 65-1830 
Dickinson, Donald McDonald, 1846-1917. 

Papers, 1884r-1903. 2 ft 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

In part, photocopies of 19 letters from Dickinson to W. F. 
Vilas and microfilm copy (1 reel) of correspondence of 
Dickinson, Grover Cleveland and Daniel S. Lamont, made 
from originals in the library of Congress. 

Lawyer and U. S. Postmaster General- Correspondence; 
8 vols, of records and documents on arbitration between the 
U. S. and El Salvador (1895-1900); and a scrapbook of 
newspaper clippings on Dickinson's political career. In- 
cludes a letter (1903) from J. P. Irish to Dickinson about 
affairs in El Salvador; and letters to James B. Angell, W. 
Q. Gresham, Daniel Magone, Lawrence Maxwell, Don M 
Montgomery, J. Sterling Morton, G. M Pritchard, William 
B. Sears, Hoke Smith, Francis L. Stetson, and Henry T. 
Thurber. 

Gift of Donald M Dickinson, Jr. 

MS 65-1331 
Ford, Corydon La, 1813-1894. 
Papers, 1873-1900. 2 ft 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of anatomy at the University of Michigan. 
Correspondence, reports on Ford's faculty activities, lecture 
notes, syllabi, plates, and other papers relating largely to 
his work in the Medical School 

MS 65-1332 
German Christian Agricultural and Benevolent Society of 
Ora et Labora, Bay Port, Mich. 

Records, 1850-1949. 32 items and 3 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence; legal papers; record book (1862-68) con- 
taining correspondence, the constitution, minutes, accounts, 
lists of members, and resolutions; financial records; map of 
colony lands; historical sketches; and newspaper clippings. 

Gift of Mrs. Robert E. Morse, 1958. 



153 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



r-=-j a * xu « MS65-1333 

Grand Army of the Republic Dept. of Michigan. 

Becords, 1879-1941. 35 items and 21 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions, 

Minutes, financial records, membership lists, clippings, 
and otter papers of C. J. Dickerson Post, Hillsdale; Spear 
Post No, 144; Welch Post No. 137, Ann Arbor; and Esta- 
brook Woman's Belief Corp., Ann Arbor; and the visitor's 
register of the 25th National Encampment, Detroit, 188L 

Described in Guide to manuscripts in the Michigan His- 
torical Collections of the University of Michigan, by B M. 
Warner and L C. Brown (1963) p. 215-216. 

Acquired from various sources. 



o j » ■* „ t MS 65-133* 

brand Kapids Urban League and Brough Community Asso- 
ciation. 

Records, 1943-61. ca. 3 ft. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, minutes, reports, newsletters, and other 
papers relating to the activities of the association and the 
Negro community of Brough in Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Deposited by the league, 1964. 



„.-,,» MS 65-1335 

Griggs, Earl Leslie, 1899- 

Correspondence, 1928-31. 53 items. 
In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of English at the University of Michigan. Cor- 
respondence pertaining to Griggs' securing a position on the 
faculty of the University of Michigan and to his subsequent 
scholarly activities. 



„. MS 65-1336 

Highland Park Civic Association. 

Papers, 1950-51. 70 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, articles of incorporation, property restric- 
tion agreements, membership blanks, and other papers of an 
association, which sought restrictions on property occupancy 
and transferraL 



_i „ „. MS 65-1337 

Holmes, Roy Hinman, 1882-1949. 

Papers, ca. 1930-39. 2 ft. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of sociology at the University of Michigan. 
Correspondence and papers relating to Holmes' professional 
activities. Includes a number of studies of Michigan rural 
communities, made by Holmes' students, 1933-34 

Gift of Mrs. Holmes, 1953-62. 

, i_iv , MS65-1338 

Lacy, Arthur Jay, 1876- 

Papers, 1913-64. ca. 500 items and 8 v. 
In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Lawyer and judge, of Detroit. Correspondence and other 
papers relating to Lacy's tenure (1913-15) as judge of the 
Wayne Co. (Mich.) Court of Domestic Relations, his activi- 
ties as a bank "doctor" during the depression, and as a Dem- 
ocrat in the elections of 1932 and 1934. Correspondents 



154 



include William A. Comstock, John Dingell, Woodbridge N. 
Ferris, Horace H Backham, and Murray D. Van Wagoner. 
Gift of Mr. Lacy, 1964. 



MS 65-1339 
Ladies' Literary Club, YpsUanti, Mich. 
Records, 1894-1956. 75 items and 20 v. 
In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Minutes, financial records, reports, scrapbooks, and mis- 
cellaneous papers. 
On loan from the club. 



MS 65-1340 
Lorch, Emil, 1870-1963. 

Papers, 1891-1963. 18 ft. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Architect, director of the University of Michigan's School 
of Architecture, and architectural historian. Correspond- 
ence, speeches, notes, clippings, memoranda, and pictures 
relating to all aspects of Lorch's career and including papers 
about the Chicago School of Architecture with which he 
was associated from 1900-02; papers (1901-16) of the Archi- 
tectural League of America; papers (1930's) of the Midwest 
Division of the Historic American Buildings Survey; papers 
(1918-30's) relating to the Association of Collegiate Schools 
of Architecture and the Education Committee of the Amer- 
ican Institute of Architects; and legislation (1915-30's) for 
the registration of architects. The bulk of the collection 
from 1938 on consists of correspondence about and materials 
collected for a history of Michigan architecture and the 
restoration of buildings on Mackinac Island and in Dear- 
born, Detroit, and Dexter, Mich. Correspondents include 
Mortimer E. Cooley, Royal S. Copeland, George Elmslie, 
Richardson French, Cass Gilbert, Percy Ives, Fiske KimbalL 
William Herbert Langford, Frederick M. Mann, Geza Ma- 
roti, William Merchant, Lewis Mumford, Irving K. Pond, 
Henry Smith Pritchete, Denman W. Ross, and Louis 
Sullivan. 

Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Bailey. 



„ „ „ MS 65-1341 

McCollum family. 

Papers, 1831-90. 49 items and 1 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

In part, transcripts. 

Letters about family and business affairs written from 
various towns in southern Michigan; legal documents and 
certificates; and a justice of the peace docket book of David 
T. McCollum. Correspondents include Levi and David T. 
McCollum and Caroline W. Gridley. 

Gift of George L. McCollum, 1946. 



«*- • „™ ~ MS 65-1342 

McKenzie, Wdham Dexter, 1873- 

Correspondence, 1909-17. 80 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence dealing with the return of the University 
of Michigan to the Western Athletic Conference. Corre- 
spondents include Philip G. Bartelme, Henry M Bates, 
Victor H Lane, and James O. Murfin. 

Gift of Mr. McKenzie, 1948. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 65-1343 
Michigan. 

Records of State agencies, 1805-1957. 1 ft, 4 items, 17 v., 
and 1 reel of microfilm. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Michi gan Territorial records consisting of an extract of 
proceedings of the Governor and judges of the Territory 
about land for the Detroit jail and courthouse (1812) and a 
list of import taxes (1805) ; minutes, reports, extracts, and 
financial records (1911-13) of the Public Domain Commis- 
sion; minutes (1883-1932) of the State Board of Dentistry 

and register of licensed dentists (1907-57) ; daily weather 
records (1880-93) for the Ann Arbor area kept for the 
State Board of Health; records (1934-38) of the State 
Emergency Welfare Relief Commission composed of direc- 
tives of the State relief administrator, William Haber, con- 
taining information on the operation of all New Deal agen- 
cies in Michigan ; Newaygo and Northport Road survey 
(1859) made by the State Land Office; records (1903-07) of 
the State Prison of Southern Michigan at Jackson; reports 
(1900) of the comprehensive Michigan Railroad Appraisal, 

directed by Mortimer E. Cooley for the State Tax Commis- 
sion, together with appraisals of plank roads and canals 
built in Michigan; and account book (1878-81) of the East- 
ern Michigan Asylum (later Tpsilanti State Hospital). 

A composite collection consisting of groups of papers or 
single items listed and described in Guide to manuscripts in 
the Michigan Historical Collections of the University of 
Michigan, by R. M Warner and I. C. Brown (1963) entries 
no. 2727, 2752, 2755-2757, 2759, 2761, 2762, and 2765. 

Acquired from various sources. 



MS 65-1344 
Michigan State Federation of Women's Clubs. 

Records, 1898-1951. 2 ft 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, minutes, financial records, annual, sec- 
retary's, and board of managers reports; materials relating 
to State conventions, and miscellaneous papers. 



MS 65-1345 
Michigan State Historical Society. 

Records, 1898-1950. 75 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 
Correspondence, minutes, and financial reports. 



MS 65-1346 
Michigan. University. Michigan Historical Collections. 

Agricultural societies records, 1847-1947. 57 items and 
18 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Constitutions, minutes, membership lists, financial records, 
and other records of Michigan farmers' organizations and 
agricultural societies. Names represented include the Farm- 
er's Club of School District No. 73, Kent Co. ; Harmony Al- 
liance No. 49, Marion Township, Livingston Co.; Kala- 
mazoo County Agricultural Society; Lapeer County Agri- 
cultural Society; Fawn River Grange, Glass Creek Grange 
No. 425, and Stoney Creek Grange No. 51 of the Patrons of 
Husbandry ; and the Peninsular Farmers Club (in the Grand 
Traverse Region) . 

A composite collection consisting of groups of papers or 



single items listed and described in Guide to manuscripts 
in the Michigan Historical Collections of the University of 
yii.Tiigim i by R. M. Warner and L C. Brown (1963) en- 
tries no. 2684, 2699, 2716, 2721, 2779, 2782, 2948, and 2949. 
Acquired from various sources. 



MS 65-1347 
Michigan. University. Michigan Historical Collections. 

Biographical papers, 1830-1961. ca. 75 items and 6 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

In part, transcripts (typewritten and photocopy) . 

Biographical sketches, autobiographies, reminiscences, 
letters containing biographical data, and other papers relat- 
ing chiefly to residents of Michigan, and containing in- 
formation on pioneer days and life in many Michigan cities 
and towns. Includes material on William Baird, Jessie 
Bonstelle, Henry Fox, Martin James Gillen, Lafcadio 

Hearn, Everitt S. HotchMss, William Stuart James, Henry 
Nelson Loud, Grace McClure, J. Sterling Morton, Eliza Mos- 
her, Alice Freeman Palmer, Anna Howard Shaw, and the 
Whitney family. 

A composite collection consisting of groups of papers or 
single items listed and described in Guide to manuscripts in 
the Michigan Historical Collections of the University of 
Michigan, by R M Warner and I. C. Brown (1963). 

Acquired from various sources, 1940-63. 



MS 65-1348 
Michigan. University. Michigan Historical Collections. 

Businessmen's papers, 1799-1962. ca. 425 items and 119 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, account books, daybooks, receipts, and 
other business records, and miscellaneous papers of, or re- 
lating to, men engaged in business activities, chiefly in 
Michigan. Includes account books of several general stores 
and records of a carpenter, an undertaker, a cement mill, 
pharmacists, and an iron foundry. Persons represented in- 
clude Solomon Armstrong, George Blaich, Moses M Boylan, 
Enoch Dieterle, William E. Hall, William P. Harris, Pliny 
S. Lyman, William Malpass, Charles William Post Fran- 
cis Reuben Stebbins, and Peter Townsend. 

A composite collection consisting of groups of papers or 
single items listed and described in Guide to manuscripts 
in the Michigan Historical Collections of the University of 
Michigan, by R. M Warner and I. C. Brown (1963). 

Acquired from various sources, 1937-62. 



MS 65-1349 
Michigan. University. Michigan Historical Collections. 

Civil War papers, 1845-1927. ca. 960 items, 57 v., and 1 
reel of microfilm. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

In part, transcripts and photocopies. 

Correspondence, diaries, military records, biographical 
material, and other papers relating to the Civil War. The 
bulk of the collection consists of letters and diaries written 
by Michigan men in military service. 

A composite collection consisting of groups of papers or 
single items listed and described in Guide to manuscripts in 
the Michigan Historical Collections of the University of 
Michigan by R. M Warner and I. C. Brown (1963). Many 
of the items are also described in Michigan men in the Civil 
War by I. C. Brown (Michigan Historical Collections, Bul- 
letin no. 9, Jan. 1959) and its Supplement (Oct. 1960). 

Acquired from various sources. 



155 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



„. .. tt • . MS 65-1350 

Michigan. University. Michigan Historical Collections 

Clergymen's papers, 1796-1961. ca. 265 items and 47 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, diaries, journals, sermons, student papers, 
notebooks, marriage record books, autobiographical and bio- 
graphical data, account books, scrapbooks, and other papers, 
relating to personal matters, church and religious activities, 
and missionary work among Indians and others. Most of 
the clergymen are from Michigan and are chiefly Baptists, 
Methodists, or Presbyterians. Persons represented include 
Charles Adams, Marvin Allen, Myron Barrett, George Ben- 
nard, William Edward Boardman, William Thurston Bout- 
well, Sidney S. Brown, Orlow Warren Carr, Howard K. 
Chapman, Judson Dwight Collins, Francis H. Cuming, 
John Donnelley, Jr., Peter Dougherty, Frederick Bohn 
Fisher, Leo Morris Franklin, Harold F. Fredsell, John J. 
Fulton, Frederick R. Gallagher, Reuben S. Goodman, Ed- 
ward Payson Goodrich, Charles Wilhelm Frederick Haas, 
Henry W. Hicks, John G. Kanouse, Karl H. Keefer, Sam- 
uel B. Kimmell, Chancy W. Knickerbacker, Edward Meyer, 
Willard MUs, Dwight Lyman Moody, Henry Horatio 
Northrop, William Page, W H. Poole, Gabriel Richard, 
James T. Robe, Alanson St. Clair, Frederick Schmid, James 
Selkirk, George Nelson Smith, William G. Smith, Lysander 
E. Spafford, Henry Tatlock, Charles Coffin Taylor, Sam W. 
Titus, Levi White, Horace R. Williams, George Wilson, 
and Edward J. Wimer. 

A composite collection consisting of groups of papers or 
single items listed and described in Guide to manuscripts 
in the Michigan Historical Collections of the University 
of Michigan, by R. M Warner and L C. Brown (1963). 
Acquired from various sources, 1936-61. 

„. .. TT MS 65-1351 

Michigan. University. Michigan Historical Collections. 

Colleges and other educational institutions' records, 1836- 
1945. 93 items and 11 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Photocopies of 20 quarterly reports (1857-65) of the Che- 
boygan Indian School ; and of the articles of association and 
proceedings of Dickinson Institute, Romeo, Mich. 

Correspondence, minutes, reports, and other records of 
various Michigan colleges, schools, and other educational in- 
stitutions. Includes letters and reports on the World War 
n activities of Alma College; Andrews Universitv, Berrien 
Springs (formerly Emanuel Missionary College') ; Calvin 
College, Grand Rapids; Central Michigan University. 
Mount Pleasant; Detroit Institute of Technology; Eastern 
Michigan University, Ypsilanti; Ferris Institute, Bi» 
Rapids; Hillsdale College; Jackson Junior College; Kala* 
mazoo College; Lawrence Institute of Technology, High- 
land Park; Port Huron Junior College; and the University 
of Detroit Some of _the material relates to students' and 
other societies affiliated with a school. Other institutions 
represented include Adrian College, Albion College. Ann 
Arbor School of Religion, Cheboygan Indian School, 
County Teachers' Institute, Detroit Optical Institute, Dick- 
inson Institute, Romeo; Leoni Normal School, Manchester 
Village Lyceum, Marshall College, Michigan Female Semi- 
nary, Kalamazoo; Olivet College, Prairie Seminary, Rich- 
land (formerly Richland Academy) , and Raisin Valley 
Seminary, Adrian. 

_ A composite collection consisting of groups of papers or 
single items listed and described in Guide to manuscripts in 
the Michigan Historical Collections of the University of 
Michigan, by R. M. Warner and I. C. Brown (1963) entries 



156 



no. 2627, 2629, 2631, 2641, 2655, 2661-62, 2664, 2669, 2675-77, 
2679, 2685, 2702, 2714-15, 2722, 2724-26, 2737, 2777, 2784^B5, 
2787, and 2814. 
Acquired from various sources. 



MS65-1352 
Michigan. University. Michigan Historical Collections. 

Diaries,. 1840-1956. 38 items and 201 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

In part, transcripts (typewritten). 

Chiefly diaries of Michigan residents recording everyday 
events. Includes 42 vols, of diaries (1890-1937) of Mamie 
E. Conner, a housewife and bookkeeper in Plymouth, Mich. ; 
51 vols, of diaries (1870-1934) of Horatio Sawyer Earle, 
salesman, president of the Earle Equipment Company, and 
Michigan State Highway Commissioner, containing com- 
ments on selling farm and road equipment, the good roads 
movement, the League of American Wheelmen, and Michi- 
gan politics; 19 items and 42 vols, of diaries, notes, and 
papers (1886-1938) of John Hooker, a businessman of New 
Baltimore, Mich.; 38 vols, of diaries (1899-1956) of Charles 
A Mutton, a lumber dealer in Millington, Mich.; and 44 
vols, of diaries (1868-1925), including 2 account books, of 
Joseph F. Proctor, lumber sawyer and scaler and fanner 
of Hersey, Osceola Co., Mich. 

A composite collection consisting of groups of papers or 
single items listed and described in Guide to manuscripts 
in the Michigan Historical Collections of the University of 
Michigan, by R. M Wanner and I. C. Brown (1963), en- 
tries no. 83, 339, 407, 472, 558, 586, 626, 646, 934, 1225, 1368, 
1456, 1461, 1689, 1849, 1954, 2005, 2069, and 2129. 

Acquired from various sources, 1938-60. 



„. .. „ . . MS 65-1353 

Michigan. University. Michigan Historical Collections. 
Educators' papers, 1841-1962. 296 items and 58 v 
In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

In part, transcripts (typewritten). 

Correspondence, diaries, reminiscences, Mas. of writings, 
account books, reports, speeches, scrapbooks, and miscellane- 
ous business, legal, and personal papers of teachers, profes- 
sors, college presidents, and school superintendents, chiefly 
of Michigan. The papers relate to travel and student life 
as well as to educational matters, teaching experiences, and 
personal life in Ann Arbor and other Michigan communi- 
ties and elsewhere. Includes material on Albion College, 
Alma College, Grand Rapids Kindergarten Training School, 
Hillsdale College, the Indian school at Cheboygan, Mich., 
the Lapeer State Home and Training School Leoni The- 
ological Institute, the Michigan Central College at Spring 
Arbor, Michigan State Normal College, Ypsilanti, and the 
University of Michigan. Principal persons represented in- 
clude James Rowland Angell, Louis William Doll, Junius 
M. Fishburn, Jennie Lovan Green, Henry Romaine Patten- 
gill, Webster Houston Pearce, Edwin Spencer Peck, John 
Davis Pierce, William A Polglase, William Harvey Rey- 
nolds, Herbert Miner Slauson, John Alexander Stewart, 
Lucretia Willard Treat, Esther Boise Van Deman, Paul 
Frederick Voelker, Eloise Waring, Eugene Clarence War- 
riner, D. G. Wilder, and William Schuyler Woodruff. 

A composite collection consisting of groups of papers or 
angle items listed and described in Guide to manuscripts in 
the Michigan Historical Collections of the University of 
Michigan, by R. M Warner and L C. Brown (1963). 

Acquired from various sources, 1926-62. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 65-1354 

Michigan. University. Michigan Historical Collections. 
Family papers, 1781-1943. ca. 560 items and 4 v. 
la University of Michigan, Michigan Historical CoHec- 



In part, photocopies. 

Correspondence (family and business), diaries, business 
and legal papers, some biographical and genealogical mate- 
rial, photos., memorabilia, and other papers. Includes in- 
formation on military service, especially in the Civil War. 
Names of families represented include Anderson, Bach, 
Condon, Cornelius, Delano, Harris, Hess, Hickey, Holton, 
Tfimhali, Kingsley, Lerich, Seymour, Staebler, and Willcox. 

A composite collection consisting of groups of papers or 
single items listed and described in Guide to manuscripts 
in the Michigan Historical Collections of the University of 
Michigan, by R. M Warner and L C. Brown (1963) en- 
tries no. 40, 70, 72, 406, 430, 434, 500, 514, 521, 846, 899, 902, 
905, 939, 1039, 1082, 1092, 1152, 1387, 1577, 1680, 1778, 2053, 
and 2101. 

Acquired from various sources, 1937-62. 



MS65-1355 
Michigan. University. Michigan Historical Collections. 

Farming papers, 1813-1962. ca. 175 items and 123 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

In part, transcripts. 

Correspondence, diaries, journals, account books, auto- 
biographies, biographical material, addresses, and other 
papers of farmers, or relating to farming activities in 
Michigan. Persons represented include Peter J. Adams, 
William Ball, Chauncey Bird, Joseph Bradish, Dexter 
Briggs, Robert R. Briggs, John Bryan, John H Carleton, 

Josiah G. Chase, Hiram Coleman, Robert B. Cowell, James 
Cross, Ehenezer Davison, C. Dibble, William Forbes, James 
H Fuller, Samuel Gonick, Hector Hayes, Augustus Hendel- 
man, Horace Johnson, Samuel B. Jones, Will King, John 
Mott, William Watts Mutton, Thomas Noy, Josiah S. Orris, 
Valorous Robert Paine, David Wheeler Palmer, Mr. Perry 
(a free Negro), Cass PerusM, Nathan Pierce, T. W. Pome- 
roy, Nathan Power, John R. Powers, August Rasmussen, 
Obadiah Rogers, Daniel Satterthwaite, Evart H. Scott, 

D. Seger, Joseph and Esther Tabor, E. B. Thurstin, Henry 
Clay Waldron, Orin White, Jacob Wilson, and M. Zimmer- 
man. 

A composite collection consisting of groups of papers or 
single items listed and described in Guide to manuscripts in 
the Michigan Historical Collections of the University of 
Michigan, by R. M Warner and L C. Brown (1963). 

Acquired from various sources, 1936-62. 



MS65-1356 
Michigan. University. Michigan Historical Collections. 
Fraternal organizations' records, 1861-1953. 26 v. 
In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Financial records (1864-72) of Morenci, Mich., Lodge No. 
95 of the Freemasons; minutes (1861-64) of the Interna- 
tional Order of Cadets of Honor and Temperance, Hills- 
dale, Mich. ; minutes, treasurer's reports, and other records 

(1911-53) of the International Order of the King's Daugh- 
ters and Sons, Phoebe Beal Circle, Ann Arbor, Mich.; min- 
utes, officers' roster, and financial and membership records 
(1904-29) of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Queen 
City Lodge, Battle Creek, Mich.; and minutes (1907-52) 
of the Washtenaw County Association of the Order of the 
Eastern Star. 



A composite collection consisting of groups of papers or 
single items listed and described in Guide to manuscripts in 
the Michigan Historical Collections of the University of 
Michigan, by R. M Warner and L C. Brown (1963) entries 
no. 2687, 2710, 2711, 2776, and 2778. 

Acquired from various sources. 



MS65-1357 
Michigan. University. Michigan Historical Collection*. 
Genealogies and family histories, ca. 1853-1961. ca. 55 
items and 2 v. . , „ „ 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, reminiscences, and other papers contain- 
ing genealogical material and family histories, chiefly from 
Michigan. Families represented include Bailey, Ballantine, 

Ballard, Barry, Chamberlin, Chipman, Doty, Dunlap, 
Gage, Gillmore, Granger, Gruett, Hodges, McGraw, Mc- 
Laren, Milhous, Muck, Olds, Outwater, Patterson, Pierce, 
Purdy, Saunders, Spencer, Steere, Stiles, Street, White, 
Whitman, and Yerkes. 

A composite collection consisting of groups of papers or 
single items listed and described in Guide to manuscripts in 
the Michigan Historical Collections of the University of 

Michigan, by R. M Warner and I. C. Brown (1963) en- 
tries no. 95, 114, 330, 355, 556, 697, 800, 839, 925, 1041, 1186, 
1222, 1353, 1414, 1429, 1502, 1547, 1769, 1800, 2020, 2023, 
2035, 2905, and 2926. 
Acquired from various sources, 1941-62. 



MS 65-1358 
Michigan. University. Michigan Historical Collections. 

Historical sketches and articies, 1850-1960. ca. 115 items 
and9v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Mss. of articles, together with a few letters, reports, bib- 
liographies, addresses, and other material, relating chiefly 
to local Michigan history. Includes information on cities, 
towns, villages and counties, schools, churches, Indians, pio- 
neers, lumbering, rivers, and organizations in Michigan. 

A composite collection consisting of groups of papers or 
single hems listed and described in Guide to manuscripts 
in the Michigan Historical Collections of the University of 
Michigan, by R. M Warner and L C. Brown (1963). 

Acquired from various sources, 1937-62. 



MS 65-1359 
Michigan. University. Michigan Historical Collections. 

Land papers, 1794-1894. 68 items and 4 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

In part, photocopies. 

Correspondence, survey notes, land grants and patents, 
deeds, and other papers, chiefly relating to land in Michigan. 

A composite collection consisting of groups of papers or 
single items listed and described in Guide to manuscripts 
in the Michigan Historical Collections of the University of 
Michigan, by R. M Warner and I. C. Brown (1963) en- 
tries no. 115, 224, 290, 411, 427, 569, 585, 618, 986, 987, 1048, 
1118, 1184, 1212, 1244, 1361, 1433, 1443, 1492, 1623, 1737, 
2082, and 2102. 



157 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MMguu Uiuvendty. Micron Historical ^^^ 
and 55^ ^^ P&pet8 ' 182a - 1962 - <*■ &*> items 

tiont Univerri| 7 of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 

In part, photocopies. 

Correspondence, diaries, journals, account books, receipts, 
fegal papery court decisions, docket booksTwciraphicS 

^"^K^f 6 ^ aat °S ra P l1 k^ scrapbooks,1Ll other 
papers, chiefly of lawyers and judges in Michigan, especially 
Detroit Persons represented include Truman E^Ames, 
Alexis Caswell Angell, Benjamin L. Baxter, Charles Beck- 
with, Edward Davison Black, John C. Blanchard, Arthur 

JST£ 5^7 Bm ^F BTOym > ^^ Brush > H <>™«> 

£Mon Burt, Clarence Monroe Burton, James H. Campbell 
Cyrus Dana, Samuel William Dexter, Charles Dickeyj 
Jaxed Warner Finney, William Asa Fletcher, Silas B Gas- 
fa^ Lewis Granger, William L. Greenly, Lawrence Wood- 
ruff Halsey George Warren Hayden, Francis Marion John- 
son, Paul Howard King, Otto Kirchner, Charles W. Kuhne, 
William A. Love, James H. Lynch, Albert Everett Macom- 
ber, Jacob L. McPeek, George Arthur Malcolm, Isaac Mars- 
Sf* 5?- ^S? 4 * 6 Mwtm ' Charles Sedgwick May, Dwirfit 

E5wJfi^, W< ^L M ^ d * Alir^MillarVXrt 
Edward Miller, Craig C. Miller, Joseph B. Moore, James 
Henry Moyle, Henry Alonzo Nichols, Frederick Bissell 
Porter, James H. Pound, Dean Ernest Ryman, Clarence 
William Sessions, Henry F. Severens, TalbotSmith, Uriel 
bpencer, Henry Harrison Swan, Everett Marlin Sweeley, 

\^L^ m ^ t ^f' Qe S^ ge WiDiam ^eadock, Charles 
WMe^Whippie; Andrew G. Whitney, and WiS, Brow^ 

A composite collection consisting of groups of papers or 
smgle items listed and desaS^QuidTto^uK £ 
the Michigan ^Historical Collections of the UmvSfcTof 
Miclugan, byR M Warner and L C. Brown (im)^ 

Acquired from various sources, 1937-62. 



Michigan. University. Michigan Historical CoIu£££ 

«u7 m f^? te ° f P i )ems Uld other UterM 7 writings, 1805- 
1945. 125 items and 22 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
nons. 

Poems, essays, songs, and mss. of books, together with a 
tZ^^ff 7 ^ l6t ?, re •"* other P*^ Persons repre- 
£&"»-" ^ ^"^ ATO riuTAIke Elinor Bo^et 
Bartlett, Francois Xavier Bellencour, John Malcolm Brin- 
nin, Ward Riley Brown, Clarence Mills Burkholder, Will 
Carieton^ Joseph C. Case, Margaret Bird Chase, Adelia 
Noble Cheever, Dorothea Ford, Harry Alverson Franek, 
Joan Geisel Gardner, Richard H. Gringhuis, Henry F X. 
Has, Benjamin^ Hathaway, Jonathan August Charles Hild- 
ner, William Christian Hoad, Lucy Ann Clark Kingsley, 
Warren Wayne Lamport, King Lardner, Charlesloncoiii 
McGuire, Muriel Miles, Arnold Mulder, William Charles 
Smithson Pellowe, Myra Goodwin Plantz, Laura Richard- 
S? H f£ d _. PMi PPi Scott, Anthony Vanderveld, Stewart 
inward White, and Maria D. Stowell Williams. 

A composite collection consisting of groups of papers or 
single i items listed and described in Guide to manuscripts in 
the Michigan Historical Collections of the University of 
Michigan, by R M Warner and L C. Brown (1963) entries 
no 63, 117, 151, 230, 250, 269, 307, 321, 350, 353, 66L 677. 705 
79^856, 863, 909, 922, 1090, 1156, 1132, 12SB, 130L iS 
1477, 1511, 1579, 1663, 1921, 2032, and 2062. ^ ^ 

Acquired from various sources, ca. 1939-60. 



158 



__ . . MS 65-1362 

Michigan. University. Michigan Historical Collections. 

Michigan military records, 1861-1917. 389 items and 13 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Muster rolls, quartermaster records, reports, certificates, 
and other records, chiefly from the Civil War. Includes 
records of the 1st, 4th, 6th, 11th, 16th, and 27th Michigan 
Infantry regiments, the 4th, 5th, and 7th Cavalry regiments, 
the Michigan Naval Militia in 1897 and 1917, and the Vet- 
erans Association of the 20th Michigan Infantry Regiment 

A composite collection consisting of groups of papers or 
single items listed and described in Guide to manuscripts in 
the Michigan Historical Collections of the University of 
Michigan, by R M Warner and I. C. Brown (1963) entries 
no. 2730-2732, 2739-2746, and 2750-2751. 

Acquired from various sources. 



. MS 65-1363 

Michigan. University. Michigan Historical Collections. 

Military topics, ca. 1799-1960. 236 items and 10 r. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) and photocopies. 

Correspondence, diaries, reminiscences, biographical ma- 
terial, notebook, military orders and papers, addresses, peti- 
tions, scrapbooks, and other papers relating to military af- 
fairs or to men in military service. Many of the items relate 
to the Spanish American War and to World War i. but the 
Revolution, the War of 1812, the Mexican War, the Civil 
War, Mexican border duty, and World War n are also men- 
tioned. Principal persons represented include Frank Hay- 
cock Burton, Lorin L. Comstock, Roy L. Noggle, Arthur 
Armstrong Palmer, William Rufus Shafter, and Joseph 
Rowe Smith. 

A composite collection consisting of groups of papers or 
single items listed and described in Guide to manuscripts in 
the Michigan Historical Collections of the University of 

^f^ 7 ,?- M " Wamer ** d X - C - Brown (1963) entries 
no 247, 281, 365, 401, 417, 505, 568, 799, 946, 1018, 1103 1203 

mi im' S£' ^ JS* 13 ?' 1393 ' 1439 148 ° "£ S; 

1733, 1871, 1924, 1953, 2929, and 2940. 
Acquired from various sources, 1944-63. 



w v ™ . . MS 65-1364 

Michigan. University. Michigan Historical Collections 
Personal account books, 1812-1944. 28 v. 
In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Accounts showing personal expenses of Michigan resi- 
dents. Some of the records contain a few business expenses. 
Licludes an account book (1847) of Company H, 1st Regt, 
Michigan Volunteers in the Mexican War, kept by Capt J 

V^SSi^P*"^ Which ak ° includes H* Personal aecounte 
(1850-68); and 10 vols, of personal accounts (1902-34) of 

Nathan Albert Harvey (b.1860), professor of pedagogy at 
Eastern Michigan University. 

A composite collection consisting of groups of papers or 
single items listed and described in Guide to manuscripts in 
the Michigan Historical Collections of the University of 
Michigan, by R. M Warner and I. C. Brown (1963) entries 
no. 79, 184, 309, 346, 369, 492, 655, 658, 765, 855 971 1157 
1282, 1860, 2012, 2036, and 2058. ' ' ' 

Acquired from various sources, ca. 1938-59. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



„ . "■ ■ MS 65-1365 

Michigan. University. Michigan Historical Collections. 

Physicians' papers, 1826-1960. ca. 260 items and 69 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

In part, transcripts. 

Correspondence, medical account books (some containing 
prescriptions), case books, medical notebooks, receipts, ad- 
dresses, lectures, student notebooks, certificates, autobio- 
graphical and biographical material, and other papers of 
Michigan physicians. Some of the papers relate to the Uni- 
versity of Michigan Medical School. Includes papers of a 
few homeopathic physicians. Persons represented include 
Edward T. Abrams, Thomas C. Adams, Samuel Amberg, D 
W. Armstrong, James Nelson Ayres, A R. Ball, H. Belle 
Ball, Sarah Gertrude Banks, Richard Bosworth, Sara Craig 
Buckley, Fleming Carrow, George H. Cleveland, Samuel 
Parker Cole, Dennis Cooley, Alonzo Cressy, George Dock, 
Edward Swift Dunster, Isaac Newton Eldridge, E. F. Gam- 
ble, J. J. Goodyear, Frederick J. Graham, William Green- 
shields, David Gregory, Mary McKibbin Harper, Isaac W. 

Howe, Charles E. Howland, Henry Hulst, Thomas Smith 
Kingston, Clifford Kirkpatrick, M. L. Leach, Abraham 
Leenhouts, A. E. Leete, Oscar Russell Long, William James 
Mayo, Charles Beylard Guerard de Nancrede, Roland B. C. 
Newcomb, Hiram Winnett Orr, Zina Pitcher, R. G. Snow, 
James H. Sweeny, Francis Thomas, Augusta Louise Rosen- 
thal Thompson, Everett Jerome Whitehead, Henry Clay 
Willison, George Pray Winchell, James Craven Wood, and 
Albert Yates. 

A composite collection consisting of groups of papers or 
single items listed and described in Guide to manuscripts in 
the Michigan Historical Collections of the University of 
Michigan, by R. M Warner and I. C. Brown (1963). 

Acquired from various sources, 1937-63. 



MS 65-1366 
Michigan. University. Michigan Historical Collections. 

Politicians' papers, 1812-1947. ca. 285 items, 74 v., and 1 
reel of microfilm. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) and photocopies. 

Correspondence, diaries, biographical and autographical 
material, notes, articles, addresses, legal papers, scrapbooks 
of clippings, and other papers of Governors, U. S. Repre- 
sentatives, State legislators, State officials, mayors, and other 
political figures, chiefly of Michigan. Some of the papers 
relate to personal matters but most are concerned with polit- 
ical and governmental affairs in Michigan. Persons repre- 
sented include Ebenezer Lakin Brown, Lewis Cass, Miner T. 
Cole, Charles C. Comstock, Joseph Warren Fordney, Cortez 
Perry Hooker, William Alanson Howard, Robert McClel- 
land, Orriri W. Robinson, Arthur Raymond Rood, and 
George W. Welsh. 

A composite collection consisting of groups of papers or 
single items listed and described in Guide to manuscripts in 

the Michigan Historical Collections of the University of 
Michigan, by R. M. Warner and L C. Brown (1963) entries 
no. 26, 167, 180, 240, 324, 333, 351, 389, 400, 454, 515. 536, 553, 
628, 664, 685, 743, 829, 882, 912, 940, 964, 1133, U64, 1208, 
1211, 1255, 1281, 1314, 1358, 1413, 1464, 1507, 1518, 1581, 1597, 
1607, 1863, 1875, 1986, 1997, and 2104. 
Acquired from various sources, 1938-62. 



MS 65-1367 
Michigan. University. Michigan Historical Collections. 

Records of organizations, 1832-1955. ca. 245 items and 
42 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Minutes, financial records, correspondence, membership 
lists, constitutions, historical and biographical material, 
addresses, poetry, program notes, and other records of social 
clubs, literary and dramatic societies, charitable organiza- 
tions, political parties and organizations, consumers' coop- 
eratives, labor organizations, historical societies, medical 
associations and other professional groups, and societies 
interested in such matters as temperance, child study, pro- 
tection, and civic improvement. Places represented include 
Albion, Ann Arbor, Brooklyn, Flushing, Grand Rapids, 
Greenville, Hillsdale, Kalamazoo, Lansing, Milford, Mon- 
roe, Redford, and Ypsilanti, Mich,, and Eaton, Jackson, 
Oakland, St Joseph, and Washtenaw Counties, Mich. 

A composite collection consisting of groups of papers or 
single items listed and described in Guide to manuscripts' 
in die Michigan Historical Collections of the University of 
Michigan, by R. M Warner and I. C. Brown (1963) p. 212- 
224. 

Acquired from various sources, 1938-63. 

MS 65-1368 
Michigan. University. Michigan Historical Collections. 

Student notebooks, ca. 1858-1953. 20 items and 285 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Chiefly University of Michigan student notebooks on 
courses in law, medicine, history, science, and many other 
subjects. Some of the notebooks are from students at Hills- 
dale College and other colleges and high schools in Mich- 
igan. A few are from schools outside the State. 

A composite collection consisting of groups of papers or 
single items listed and described in Guide to manuscripts in 
the Michigan Historical Collections of the University of 
Michigan, by R. M Warner and I. C. Brown (1963). 

Acquired from various sources, ca. 1936-62. 



MS 65-1369 
Michigan. University. Michigan Historical Collections. 

Students' papers and theses, 1920-62. ca. 125 items, 26 v., 
and 7 reels of microfilm. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Student seminar papers on many subjects, particularly on 
various aspects of Michigan history; and m. a, and k. a. 
theses, mostly from University of Michigan students. 

A composite collection consisting of groups of papers or 
single items listed and described in Guide to manuscripts in 

the Michigan Historical Collections of the University of 
Michigan, by R. M Warner and L C. Brown (1963). 
Gifts from various sources, 1937-63. 



MS 65-1370 
Michigan. University. Michigan Historical Collections. 

Travel diaries and papers, 1815-1935. 22 items and 17 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

In part, transcripts (typewritten). 

Diaries, journals, letters, notes, and other papers relating 
to traveling, chiefly to, from, or in Michigan. Many of the 
trips were made in boats on the Great Lakes. Several trips 
were from New York to Michigan and some were to Cali- 



159 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



Michigan. University. Michigan, Historical Collections. 
Travel diaries and papers, 1815-1935. (Continued) 

fomia and to Europe. Includes a diary (1867) of a trip to 
Europe by Julius Caesar Burrows, U. S. Senator from Mich- 
^an, two diaries (1860, 1867) of his wife, Frances S Peck 
Burrows, and James A. Leroy's travelogs of Philippine 
trips with William H. Taft in 1900-01 and 1905. 

A composite collection consisting of groups of papers co- 
single items listed and described in Guide to manuscripts in 
the Michigan Historical Collections of the University of 
Michigan, by K. M. Warner and L C. Brown (1963) en- 
tries no. 15, 23, 96, 274, 275, 364, 483, 659, 682, 716, 737, 757, 
768, 937, 967, 1059, 1069, 1153, 1183, 1267, 1300, 1760, 1866, 
1876, 1942, 1971, 2049, 2095, 2098, and 2888. 

Acquired from various sources, 1938-63. 



MS 65-1371 
Michigan. University. Michigan Historical Collections. 

University of Michigan, 1851-1954. ca. 175 items and 7 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

In part, photocopies. 

Correspondence, scrapbooks, sketchbook, reports, articles, 
and other writings relating to the University of Michigan. 
Includes material concerning gifts to the university, fund- 
raising, athletic activities, and the history of the university. 
Persons represented include Frank Hopkins Culver, Homer 
L. Heath, and Frieda Kleinstuck. 

A composite collection consisting of groups of papers or 
single items listed and described in Guide to manuscripts 
in the Michigan Historical Collections of the University of 
Michigan, by R M. Warner and I. C. Brown (1963) entry 
nos. 177, 262, 289, 336, 344, 462, 469, 528, 601, 745, 763. 880, 
1015, 1053, 1065, 1078, 1102, 1417, 1445, 1538, 1594, 1770, 
1801, 1869, 1923, 2028, 2079, 2099, and 2114. 

Acquired from various sources, 1937-61. 



„. , . , T . MS 65-1372 

Michigan. University. Michigan Historical Collections. 

University of Michigan faculty members' papers, 3796- 
1961. ca. 690 items and 41 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
ions. 

In part, photocopies. 

Correspondence, mbs. of articles and other writings, re- 
ports, lectures, notes, biographical material, reminiscences, 
scrapbooks, and other papers, both professional and per- 
sonal, of or relating to, members of the faculty, librarians, 
deans and other administrative officers of various colleges 
and departments of the University of Michigan. Persons 
represented include Werner Emmanuel Bachmann, James 
Robinson Boise, Harold Prell Breitenbach, Henry Smith 
Carhart, George Corselius, Charles Albert Davis, John Rob- 
ert Effinger, Byron Alfred Finney, Robert Gessner, Charles 
Ezra Greene, Levi Thomas Griffin, William James Herdman, 
Howard Mumford Jones, Donald MacLean, William Henry 
Pettee, Israel Cook RusselL Abram Sager, Volney Morgan 
Spalding, Lewis George Vander Velde, Claude Halstead 
Van Tyne, Albert Wurts Whitney, and Clarence George 
Wrentmore. 

A composite collection consisting of groups of papers or 
single items listed and described in Guide to manuscripts in 
the Michigan Historical Collections of the University of 
Michigan, by R. M Warner and L C. Brown (1963). 
Acquired from various sources, 1936-63. 



MS 65-1373 
Michigan. University. Michigan Historical Collections. 

University of Michigan regents' papers, 1856-1957. 51 
items and 1 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) . 

Correspondence (some personal) ; addresses given at Uni- 
versity of Michigan functions; and other papers of regents 
of the University of Michigan. Includes genealogy of Elon 

Farnsworth ; nine letters about him, the University of Michi- 
gan, and the Michigan Central Railroad by his son George 
E. Farnsworth; and scrapbook of obituary notices. Cor- 
respondents and other persons represented include Vera 
Burridge Baits, Angie Bingham Gilbert, Thomas Dwight 
Gilbert, Donald McLatyre, Horace Mann, Henry P. Tappan, 
and William Upjohn. 

_ A composite collection consisting of groups of papers or 
single items listed and described in Guide to manuscripts in 
the Michigan Historical Collections of the University of 
Michigan, by R. M Warner and L C. Brown (1968) en- 
tries no. 81, 621, 725, 1224, 1907, and 2900. 
Acquired from various sources, 1952-59. 

MS 65-1374 
Michigan. University. Michigan Historical Collections, 

University of Michigan students' personal papers, 1846- 
1955. ca. 485 items and 72 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) and photocopies. 

Correspondence, diaries, account books of student ex- 
penses, questionnaires, autograph books, scrapbooks, photos., 
memorabilia, and other papers of students and former stu- 
dents of the University of Michigan. Includes reminiscences 
of student days and information about student organizations 
and alumni activities. Persons represented include Hugh 
Bryan Alexander, Walter T Curtis, Jeannette M Dawson, 
Ralph Henry Elsworth, James Samuel Fisher, lone Hay- 
don, Arthur Jay Lacy, Vincent Smith Lovell, Herbert Cald- 
well Smith, and Madelon Louisa Stockwell (Mrs. Charles K. 
Turner). 

_ A composite collection consisting of groups of papers or 
single items listed and described in Guide to manuscripts in 
the Michigan Historical Collections of the University of 
Michigan, by R. M Warner and L C. Brown (1963). 
Acquired from various sources, 1.936-63. 



„. , . „ . . MS 65-1875 

Michigan. University. Michigan Historical Collections 
Women's organizations' records, 1866-1952. 224 items and 
47 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, minutes, financial records, reports, his- 
torical and biographical sketches, attendance lists, clippings, 
and other records of clubs and other women's societiesin 
Michigan. Organizations represented include- Adrian 
Woman's Club, Ann Arbor Grandmothers' Club, Delta 
Gamma Kappa Society, Hillsdale Woman's Club, Ladies' 
Library Association of Ann Arbor, Ladies' Temperance Un- 
ion of Adrian, League of Women Voters of Ann Arbor Po- 
litical Equality Club of Ann Arbor, Saline Woman's Club 
Women's Committee of the Washtenaw County unit of the 
U. S. Council of National Defense, Washtenaw County 
Federation of Women's Clubs, West Side Woman's Club of 
Ann Arbor, Woman's American Protective Association, 
Woman's Christian Temperance Union, and Ypsilanti Fed- 
eration of Women's Clubs. 



160 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



Michigan. University. Michigan Historical Collections. 
Women's organizations' records, 1866-1952. (Continued) 

A composite collection consisting of groups of papers or 
single items listed and described in Guide to manuscripts in 
the Michigan Historical Collections of the University of 
Michigan, by R M Warner and L C. Brown (1963) en- 
tries no. 2628, 2650, 2672, 2705, 2718, 2720, 2723, 2783, 2796, 
2806, 2817, 2821, 2824-2828, and 2833. 

Acquired from various sources. 

MS 65-1376 
Michigan. University. Michigan Historical Collections. 

World War n papers, 1941-61. 687 items and 5 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan. Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, diaries, and other papers, chiefly describ- 
ing experiences of men and women in various branches of 
the Armed Forces serving in the Pacific and other areas 
during World War n. Many of the letters were written 
to members of the faculty by former University of Michi- 
gan students. Includes letters written to Frederick Clever 
Bald, director of Michigan Historical Collections, concern- 
ing the war effort made by the Michigan cities of Alpena, 
Bay City, Iron Mountain, Muskegon, and Saginaw; and 250 
letters from Charlevoix, Mich., servicemen and women to 
the editor of the Charlevoix courier. 

A composite collection consisting of groups of papers or 
single items listed and described in Guide to manuscripts in 
the Michigan Historical Collections of the University of 
Michigan, by R. M. Warner and L C. Brown (1963) entries 
no. 39, 52, 89, 113, 159, 161, 212, 221, 843, 529, 641, 647, 767, 
810, 915, 944, 1042, 1047, 1121, 1167, 1275, 1331, 1344, 1386, 
1404, 1416, 1426, 1432, 1474, 1513, 1549, 1668, 1706, 1720, 1728, 
1738, 1836, 1937, 2002, 2143, 2147, and 2880. 

Acquired from various sources. 



MS 65-1377 
Morton, Hudson T 

Papers, 1939-42. 100 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, reports, and other papers relating to the 
University of Michigan Club of Ann Arbor. 

Gift of Mrs. Morton, 1962. 

MS 65-1378 
Red Cross. U. S. American National Bed Cross. Washtenaux 
County Chapter. 
Records, 1916-30. 5 v. 
In University of Michigan, Michigan -Historical Collec- 



Correspondence, minutes, reports of the Public Health 
Nursing Association, a scrapbook of form letters from the 
central division headquarters of the Red Cross to county 
chapters, and clippings. 

On loan from the chapter. 



MS 65-1379 
Reichert, Rudolph, 1889- 

Papers, 1907-62. 18 ft 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Banker. Correspondence, speeches, memoranda, and other 
papers relating to Reichert's activities as a bank president 
in Ann Arbor, Mich., commissioner of the State Banking 
Dept. in Michigan, and an officer of the Michigan Banker's 
Association. Includes papers relating to the fii»™rfi crises 
in Michigan during the depression when he was banking 
commissioner and papers on State and Federal banking leg- 



islation and Federal deposit insurance. Correspondents in- 
clude Junius Beal, Roscoe O. Bonisteel, Prentiss Brown, Wil- 
ber Brucker, William A Comstock, Royal S. Copeland, 
James Couzens, John Dingell, Homer Ferguson, Frank Fitz- 
gerald, Gerald R. Ford, Fred Green, Frank McKay, Earl 
Michener, Arthur Summerfield, Arthur Yandenberg, and 
Murray Van Wagoner. 

MS 65-1380 
Republican Party. Michigan. 

Records, 1881-1949. 80 items and 1 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Reminiscences (ca. 1891) on the founding of the party; 
minutes (1881-87) of the Lapeer Co., Mich., Republican 
Committee; constitution, reports, and miscellaneous papers 
of the Republican Woman's Club of Alma, Mich., for 1941- 
46; certificate (1940) of presidential electors; and corre- 
spondence and other papers of the Ann Arbor, Mich., Re- 
publican Committee for 1948-49. 

MS 65-1381 
Rotary Club, Ann Arbor, Mich. 
Records, 1931-48. 300 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, membership list, and other papers relat- 
ing to the club's activities. Correspondents include Ran- 
dolph G. Adams and Wilfred B. Shaw. 

MS 65-1382 
Schmalzried family. 

Papers, 1853-1900. 50 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence (in German), together with accompany- 
ing English translations or summaries; a land contract; and 
miscellaneous papers. Includes 20 Civil War letters from 
Frederick R. Schmalzried (1823-63) written to his family 
while he was serving with Company C, 1st Michigan Cav- 
alry; 18 letters (1861-63) from Schmalzried to his friends 
describing and commenting on Army life and life in a parole 
camp after he had been taken prisoner at Brentsville, Va. ; 
and correspondence of various members of the Schmalzried 
family written from or to Germany, largely about family 
matters. 

Some of the letters are described in Michigan men in the 
Civil War, by Ida C. Brown (Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions, Bulletin no. 9, Jan. 1959) p. 27. 

Gift of Philip E. Bedient, 1958. 

MS 65-1383 
Sons of the American Revolution. Michigan Society. 
Washtenaw Chapter. 
Scrapbook, 1914-36. 1 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Scrapbook containing letters, programs of the chapter's 
activities, and clippings. 
Gift of Warren W. Florer, 1937. 



MS 65-1384 
Sutton, EH Ransome, 1869-1934. 

Scrapbooks, 1898-1934. 3 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Author and secretary to Hazen S. Pingree, Governor of 
Michigan. Articles by Sutton on scientific and other sub- 
jects; telegrams from Theodore Roosevelt, and Russell A 
Alger containing official orders for Michigan military con- 
tingents in the Spanish American War; clippings about the 
Spanish American War; two letters from Theodore Roose- 



161 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collect, 



tons 



Scrapbooks, 1898-1931 



Sutton, Eli Raasome, 1869-1934. 
(Continued) 

jelt; and other papers. One of the articles is entitled «In 
the land of revolution" and deals with a trip nZeby p£ 
gree and Sutton to Venezuela. r 

Gift of Mrs. Sutton, 1387. 



Three^iBuiers-Centary Club. Battle Creek CjJ^ 1 ^ 
Becords, 1906-40. 400 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Minutes, membership lists, and other papers of an organi- 
zabon of men and women seventy-five years and older. 
Gift of Mrs. Stanley T. Lowe, 1963. 



U.S. Automobile Labor Board MS 65-1386 

Becords, 1934-35. ca. 6 ft 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Stenographic reports of hearings before the Board. 



U. S. Fuel Administration. 
Becords, 1918-19. 85 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Directives* records, and miscellaneous papers of the U. S. 
Fuel Administration in Michigan in World War l Names 
represented include William K. Prudden, adininistrator 



^\Na^rud Labor Relation, Board. *S«M»» 

■Records, 1937-38. 300 items 
^University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
ts r^^ d "^P* clippings relating to the Ford Mo- 
tor^C^any case before the board asZll as cQ^mt 



U. S. Office of Price Administration. ^ ^^ 

Eecords, 1943. 3 v. 
^University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 

r^f^T^ "S* 6 * 0f *• 0PA «*Mtii« in Washtenaw 
Co, Mich, during World War n. ™ w 

Gift of Mentor L. Williams, 1945. 



lems. Ann Arbor Branch ^^ ^^ 

Becords, 1943-44. 119 items 
^University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 

OOTespondence, minutes, and resolutions of the Ann Ar- 
MS? T* ° f .^^TwilM. Committee, tog*C\£h 
29 printed items of the national organization? CWnondU 
entemclude Joseph H Ball, Harold^ Burto^Toark 

£lrT**A ???» Jergu^ Carl A. mS%5phB 
Perry, and Arthur H Vandenberg. F 



162 



w .- •., MS 65-1391 

Visiting Nurse Association of Ann Arbor. 

Records, 1896-1962. 1 ft. and 19 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Constitutions; case work, committee, annual, and financial 
reports; minutes; and miscellaneous records of an associa- 
tion formerly known as the Public Health Nursing Associa- 
tion and onginally established as the Hospital Circle of the 
lung's Daughters. 

Gift of the association, 1948-62. 



_ , MS 65-1392 

Washtenaw County Medical Society. 

Becords, 1847-1921. 250 items and 1 v. 
In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, largely with Dr. James F. Breakey, about 
publie health matters; fee bills for 1847, 1867, and 1875, the 
earliest of which contains a code of ethics; reports (1907- 
10) on Ann Arbor, Mich., water; case reports; roster of 
members and minutes, program notes, and other papers deal- 
ing with the activities of the society. Correspondents in- 
clude Levi L. Barbour, Shirley W. Smith, and Victor C 
Vaughan. 



wtt u „ MS 65-1393 

Washtenaw County Medical Society. Woman's Auxiliary 

Becords, 1938-58. 300 items and 3 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, reports, constitution, program notes- 
mmUt ^^. the Washtenaw County Medical Society of Mich- 
igan ; "Twenty year history of the Woman's Auxiliary to the 
Washtenaw County Medical Society, 1938-1958," compiled 
by Mrs. Howard CJummings, Mrs. Leonard E. Hinder, and 
Mrs. Emery Sink ; and other papers. 

Gift of Mrs. Russell DeJong, 1959. 



Washtenaw Historical Society. ^ 65_1394 

Becords, 1825-1955. ca. 3 ft. and 5 v. 
In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
aons. 

Papers relating to the, activities of the society and its 
predecessor, the Washtenaw County Pioneer Society, includ- 
ing a reguiter of members and minutes (1873-1955) ; and 
papers collected by the societies, including the quartermaster 
records of the 6th Michigan Heavy Artillery Regiment, 
muster rolls of the 4th Michigan Infantry during the Civil 
War, deeds to property, a scrapbook of newspaper clippings 
on early Ann Arbor, Mich., obituaries and other papersre- 
lflting to Ann Arbor and Washtenaw Co., Mich. 



White, Andrew Dickson, 1832-1918. 

Papers, 1857-1918. 82 items and 8 reels of microfilm. 
In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

La part, microfilm copy made from originals in the Cor- 
nell University Library, Collection of Begional History and 
University Archives. 

Educator and diplomat 82 original letters from White, 
chiefly to Professor and Mrs. Edward P. Evans, relating to 
national politics, American colleges and nniversitiesTtauvels 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



White, Andrew Dickson, 1832-1918. 
(Continued) 



Papers, 1857-1918. 



in Europe, various scholarly interests, and many other sub- 
jects. The microfilm material (1857-65) includes letters to 
and from White and members of his family, personal ac- 
counts, and other papers, many concerning the University 
of Michigan and Ann Arbor. Correspondents include 
Charles K. Adams, James B. Angell, Levi Bishop, Charles 
H. Brigham, Datus C. Brooks, Francis Brunnow, James 
V. Campbell, Isaac P. Christiancy, Grover Cleveland, 

Thomas St Cooley, Elizabeth E, DuBois, Corydon La Ford, 
Henry S. Frieze, Benjamin Harrison, Erastus 0. Haven, 
Theodore Boosevelt, John Sherman, William Sinclair, Wil- 
liam H. Taft, Henry P. Tappan, Moses C. Tyler, James C 
Watson, Alexander Winchell, and DeVolson Wood. 
Acquired, 1958. 



MS 65-1396 
Windt, Valentine, 1901-1955. 

Papers, 1922-55. ca. 250 items and 1 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of the University of Michigan Dept of Speech. 
Correspondence, articles, notes, and other material largely 
relating to the University of Michigan dramatic and speech 
activities with which Windt was connected, and a list of 
plays produced by him. 

Gift of William P. Halstead, 1956. 



MS 65-1397 
Winter, John Garrett, 1881-1956. 

Papers, 1901-51. ca. 2 ft 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Professor of Latin at the University of Michigan. Cor- 
respondence, clippings, and other material mostly relating 
to Winter's work in the Dept of Latin, as director of the 
Division of Fine Arts, and other affairs of the University of 
Michigan. Correspondents include James P. Adams, Meh- 
met Aga Oglu, James B. Angell, Arthur E. K. Boak, Camp- 
bell Bonner, Marion L. Burton, Martin L. D'Ooge, John R. 

Effinger, Moses Gomberg, William H Hobbs, Charles E. 
Hughes, Louis C. Karpinsky, Francis W. Kelsey, Hayward 
Keniston, Edward H Kraus, Alfred H Lloyd, Albert H 
Pattengill, Jesse S. Beeves, Frank E. Bobbins, Alexander 
G. Ruthveii, and Henry A. Saunders. 
Gift of Mrs. Winter, 1958. 



MS65-1398 
Wolverine Co-operative Wholesale, Longing, Mich. 
Records, 1937-38. ca. 100 items. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, constitution, publications, advertise- 
ments, price lists, and other papers. 



MS 65-1399 
Woman's Club, Arm Arbor, Mich. 
Records, 1906-60. 1ft and 10 v. 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, minutes, annual reports, financial records, 
and scrapbooks. 
On loan from the club. 



MS 65-1400 
Workmen's Cirde. Michigan District Committee. 
Records, 1930-60. 4ft 

In University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collec- 
tions. 

Correspondence, publications, minutes, and other records 
(many of them in Yiddish) of a Jewish cooperative burial 
and benevolent society. 
Gift otthe Detroit Workmen's Circle, 1964 

MS 65-1401 
Drips, Andrew, 1789-1860. 

Papers, 1820-60. ca. 200 items. 
In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 
Papers relating chiefly to the activities of Drips as Indian 
agent in preventing liquor traffic among the In d i a na , and to 
his work as agent for Pierre Chouteau, Jr. & Company, of 
St Louis, Mo. Includes correspondence relating to the 
American Fur Company, Bent, St Vrain & Company, A. R. 
Bonis, Bridger & Vasquez, Lucien FonteneUe, Joseph V. 
Hamilton, W. D. HodgMss, Joseph Jewett, Charles Kelsey, 

William Laidlaw, D. D. Mitchell, H. Picotte, Pratte & Ca- 
banne, Mr. Robidoux, J. F. A. Sanford, Sybille, Adams & 
Company, and the Upper Missouri Outfit and to some activi- 
ties of Forts Cheyenne, Wya, Clark, N. D., George, S. D., 
John, Neb., Laramie, Wya, Lookout, S. D., McKenzie, 
Mont, Pierre, S. D., Platte, Neb., and Union and William, 
N. D. 

Gift 

MS 65-1402 
Forsyth, Thomas, 1771-1833. 

Papers, 1793-1953. ca. 1700 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 

Indian agent *<"■ trader, and businessman, of Illinois and 
St Louis, Mo. Business and personal correspondence of 
Forsyth, his son, Robert Forsyth (1808-1872) and other 
members of the family, quarterly accounts of Forsyth as In- 
dian agent documents, ledgers, genealogical materials, an 
account book (1806) of Kinzie & Forsyth, and an account 
book (1854-66) of Forsyth & Kingsbury. Most of the 

papers relate to the War of 1812 and to Indian affairs, 1820- 
30. The later material includes some tax and estate settle- 
ment records, genealogical material, and reminiscences. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Gift 

MS 65-1403 
Forsyth, Thomas, 1771-1833. 

Tesson collection, 1757-1910. ca. 500 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 

Indian agent fur trader, and businessman, of Illinois and 
St Louis, Mo. The bulk of the collection dates from 1810 
to 1828 and consists of correspondence, papers concerning 
Forsyth's activities as an Indian agent and his properties in 
Peoria, Til , permits of numerous men to trade with In d i a n s, 
and Forsyth's accounts at the U. S. fur trade factory at 
Prairie du Chien, Wis. Papers of the Michel Tesson des 
Ravines family (who came to the U S. from Santo Do- 
mingo in 1808 and became connected with the Forsy ths i n 
1863 when Edward M. Tesson married Laura Forsyth, 
daughter of Thomas Forsyth's son Robert) include 22 let- 
ters (1807-81) relating to the revolution in Santo Domingo 
and to family properties confiscated by the Haitian Govern- 
ment after the revolution. Other papers include deeds of 
the St Ferdinand, Mo., area, papers relating to recruiting 
by Capt Walter Wilkinson in the War of 1812, account 
books (1806-12) with the Peoria Indians, receipts, genea- 
logical material, and miscellaneous family papers. 
Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Gift . 



163 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



Missouri Historical Society, St L*d* ** < *~ 140 * 

Fires papers, 1825-1919. ca. 100 items. 
In Missouri Historical Society collections (St. Louis) 
^Correspondence and service certificates concerning volun- 
teer firemen ; charters, constitutions, and bylaws of St Louis, 
Mo, volunteer companies (1826-59) ; accounts of an 1849 
^'rJr/ nSU !? n 1 < ? P ^-' formation on fire fighting 

tedgere of the volunteer companies and of the Volunteer 
Firemen's Historical Society, organized in 1888. 
uirt 



Missouri Historical Society, St Louis. M 65 ~ 14 ° 5 

Florissant papers, 1790-1959. ca. 100 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 

■In part, transcripts (typewritten) . 

Correspondence, land papers, copies of church records, 
and newspaper clippings relating to the town of Florissant 
and the parish of St Ferdinand in Missouri. 

Gift 



Missouri Infantry. Sd Befft^ 1860-1865. Commit 1 ** 
Records, 1861-64. ca.l50items. 
In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 
t t >e8 ? 1 P tlTB ** d m «ster rolls and special orders. Capt 
Joto Downey was commander of the company. 



Adams Co, Neb. MS65-1407 

Records, 1854-1959. ca. 39,000 items. 
In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 
Tax receipts (1875-99), justice dockets (1875-1954), Dis- 
tort Court bills of exception and depositions, material relat- 

Aldrich, Benton, 1831-1918. MS 65-1408 

Papers, ca. 1880-1918. 2 ft 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 
noS??? £"?' "'.CKfton, Neb. CoVresponden^; mss.; 
2^ Mt ? 00,B ««*»*** essay notes, family histories, ac- 
Krf ^memoranda; speeches (1883-99) given at meet- 
ings of the Farmers' Institute; essays on Nemaha Co Neb 
history farm life, ethics, education, proMbition/tnd I & 
single tax; newspaper articles written by Aldrich; clippings- 
minutes (1895-1906) of the Clifton Women's Club; and 
other papers. Correspondents include Charles E. Bessev 

^J 1 ^/^? 6 ^' ***** A- Emerson, S J 
Hawks, and Fredericks. Taylor 

joS 1 : »&*&*"• of *" AMred AMridi thrwigii Mra - 



Aldrich, Bess (Streeter) 1881-1954. ■ " ** 65-U ° 9 

Papers, 1907-54. lift 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Author, of Elmwood and Lincoln, Neb. General and 
business correspondence, fan letters, telegrams, mss. and 
notes for Mrs. Aldrich's novels and stories, a legal and 
financial file including contracts and royalty statements, 
printed matter consisting largely of magazines which con- 
tain articles by or about her; scrapbooks including book re- 



164 



views, best-seller lists, newspaper clippings, and memora- 
bilia; a file (ca. 1915-28) containing early letters, verse, and 
short stories of Mrs. Aldrich's daughter, Mary Eleanor 
(Aldrich) Beechner; and other papers. Correspondents in- 
clude Mrs. Keene (Avery) Abbott, Jacques Chambrun, Eliz- 
abeth Dickenson, Frank C. Hanighen, F. M Holly T A. 
Leadley, Robert Leavitt, Abbott C. Page, Louise Pound, 
Elizabeth S. Roberts, Richard A. Rowland, George F. WilL 
Blanche Colton Williams, John L. B. Williams, Luella M. 
Wright and the Appleton Publishing House. 

Access to some of the papers is restricted until 1969. 

Gift of Mrs. Aldrich's family, 1954. 

ah_ , «- MS 65-1410 

Auan, James Thomas, 1831-1885. 

Papers, 1860-1935. ca. 250 items. 
In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 
/,S?Tf a g riculturist > °f Bellevue, Neb. Correspondence 
(1878-85); scrapbook (1860-70); photocopy of a ms. on 
Heradon House, by Donald B. Allan (1935) ; and printed 
matter. Relates to Bellevue, Neb, the "Bellevue press," 
^.f*™? Isabel Brad fey, and agriculture in Nebraska. 
Gift of Mrs. Elizabeth Budington Allan and Carlisle 
Allan. 

Allen, Charles W 6.185L MS;W-ttU 

Papers, 1871-1941. ca. 300 items. 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Cattleman and journalist, of Chadron, Neb. Correspond- 
ence, mss. of autobiographical writings, maps, newspaper 
clippings, and a biographical sketch. The correspondence 
is largely with Elmo Scott Watson, and concerns the pos- 
sible publication of Allen's autobiography, In the West 
that was, which covers his life from his journey to Wyo- 
ming in 1871 to the Battle of Wounded Knee, 1890. The 
bulk of the autobiographical material relates to the Dakota 

SlOUX TndiaTiq ~w»» 

Portions of chapters of In the West that was, were pub- 
lished as "Red Cloud and the U. S. flag" in Nebraska his- 
tory, v. 21, no 4 (Oct-Dec. 1940) , p. 283-304. 

Allen, Mary Elizabeth (Bryan) ** 65 ~ M12 

Genealogical notes, ca. 3 ft 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Letters and notes, prepared in the 1920's and 1930's, con- 
cerning genealogical records (from the 1700's) of the Bryan 
and Jennings families; genealogical record of William Jen- 
nings Bryan and a scrapbook concerning him; and news- 
paper clippings concerning Charles Bryan, William Jen- 
nings Bryan, Jr., and Ruth Bryan Owen. 

Allen, William Vincent, 1847-1924. MS 65-1413 

Papers, 1889-1934. ca. 2 ft 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Lawyer, judge, and U. S. Senator from Nebraska: Cor- 
respondence, speeches, genealogical data on the Allen, Pier- 
sol, and Pomerene families, campaign material, commissions, 
invitations, memorial tributes, scrapbooks, newspaper clip- 
pings, and other papers. Includes papers relating to Alleys 
career (1893-1901) as Senator, to his work inforesfc con- 
servation, and to his interest in the welfare of the Indians 
of Nebraska. Correspondents include Thomas H Barry 
William J. Bryan, James Garvey, Walter Q. Gresham, John 
W. Hayes, Silas A. Holcomb, Charles F. Manderson, Willis 
E. Keed, Lucius D. Richards, John S. Robinson, Addison E 
Sheldon, John M Thurston, and Arthur J. Weaver. 

Calendar of correspondence in the repository. 

Acquired from Mr. Allen's grandson, Herbert Allen, 1949. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 65-1414 
Altrusa Ctab, Lincoln, Neb. 
Records, 1922-60. ca. 2 ft 
In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 
Correspondence, minutes, reports, rosters, yearbooks, pro- 
grams, history, record of loan fund and grants, and scrap- 
book. 
Gift of the dub, 1962. 

MS65-1415 
American Association of University Women. Lincoln 

{Neb.) Branch. 

Records, 1920-59. ca. 3 ft 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Correspondence (1928), minutes (1928-55), president's 
reports (1938-57), historian's reports (1938-42), scrap- 
books, clippings, and printed matter; together with corre- 
spondence, msb. of writings and notes of Louise Pound for 
1920-57. 

MS 65-1416 
American Association of University Women. Nebraska 
Division. 
Eecords, 1930-61. 2 ft 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 
Minutes, historian's reports, history of branches (1955- 
59), and scrapbooks. 

MS 65-1417 
Avery, May (Bennett) 1870-1960. 

Papers, 1929-37. ca. 200 items. 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Resident of Lincoln, Neb. Diary of a trip abroad, bio- 
graphical data, memorabilia, and other papers relating to 
events in Nebraska during Mrs. Avery's lifetime and to 
Mrs. Klepper, a pioneer woman who recalls her journey 
from Illinois to Nebraska in the early 1880's and her life 
in a Furnas Co., Neb., sod house until 1903. 

Gift of W. G. Leavitt and Mrs. Avery's estate, 1960 and 
1963. 

MS 65-1418 
Bassett, Samuel Clay, 1844-1926. 

Papers, 1874-1927. 3 ft 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Agriculturist and State legislator, of Buffalo Co., Neb. 
Correspondence, notes, printed matter, and other papers 
relating mainly to various phases of agriculture in Nebraska 
and Bassett's opposition to moving the State capital from 
Lincoln to Kearney, Neb. Includes the financial record, 
minutes, and constitution of the Erie Farmers Club of 
Buffalo County for 1874-81. 

Gift of Mrs. Laura Bassett Kelley. 

MS 65-1419 
Beatrice Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle. 

Eecords, 1894-99. ca. 50 items. 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Constitution, minutes, printed matter, clippings, and an- 
nouncements relating to the activities and affairs of the 
circle. 

MS 65-1420 
Beecher, George Allen, Bp., 1868-1951. 

Papers, 1837-1950. 14 ft 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Episcopal clergyman, of Nebraska. Correspondence 
(1889-1950), journal, biographical data, notes (1889- 
1909), genealogical data/ on the Beecher family, financial 
records (1919-50), ledgers, scrapbooks (1933-41), memo- 
randa, and newspaper clippings (1908-40) ; together with 
xss. of writings by Beecher and other clergymen, records 
(1900-44) of tiie Protestant Episcopal Church, and church 



account books (1890-1910) of Bp. Anson R. Graves. The 
notes tim^ihV> some made by Beecher as a divinity student 
(1889-92) in Philadelphia and sermon notes; the uss. re- 
late to pioneers and the early church in Nebraska; and the 
church records include correspondence, reports, petitions, 
and minutes of meetings of the Council of Advice and per- 
tain mainly to the Western Nebraska Missionary District 
Subjects represented include the Japanese Americanization 

Society of Nebraska, the Sioux Memorial Association, life 
on the Nebraska frontier, and Beecher^ efforts on behalf of 
the Kearney (Neb.) Military Academy. Correspondents in- 
clude WiBa Cather, James BL Haney, George G. Ware, 
relatives of Beecher, and other clergymen. 



MS 65-1421 
Berg, Theophu Herman, 1879- 

Papers, 1907-62. ca. 400 items. 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

City clerk, of Lincoln, Neb. Correspondence, speeches, 
legal file, newspaper clippings, biographical information, 
and scrapbooks relating to the city government of Lincoln, 
Neb. Correspondents include J. S. Baer, Charles A. Bartz, 
Hiram D. Lingle, and C- A. Sorenson. 

Gift of Mr. Berg, 1964. 



MS 65-1422 
Berge, Wendell, 1903-1955. 

Papers, 1924-54. ca. 2 ft 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

U. S. Assistant Attorney General. Correspondence; mss. 
of and notes for speeches, articles, and addresses; press re- 
leases; articles; clippings; and other printed matter. The 
bulk of the collection consists of speeches and articles and 
relates to affairs of the Dept of Justice during Berge's pe- 
riod of service (1930-47). Subjects mentioned include anti- 
trust legislation, international cartels, and the American 
postwar economy. Correspondents include Tom C. Clark, 
Felix Frankfurter, and Harry S. Truman. 

Gift of Mrs. Berge, 1958. 



MS 65-1423 
Bonrke, John Gregory, 1843-1896. 

Papers, 1873-98. 6 ft 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Army officer and ethnologist. Correspondence, xss. of 
writings, research notes, scrapbooks consisting mainly of 
newspaper clippings, and printed matter. The papers relate 
to Bourke's interest in ethnology, his book, On the border 
with Crook (1891), the Chicago World's Columbian Exposi- 
tion (1S93), the Garza Revolution (1892) on the Mexican 
border, and personal matters. 

Gift of Mr. Bourke's daughter, Mrs. Alexander H Rich- 
ardson, 1956. 



MS 65-1424 
Bradford, Harry Elwyn, 1878-1963. 

Papers, 1945-63. ca. 300 items. 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Agricultural editor, of Lincoln, Neb. Writings, speech 
outlines and notes pertaining to vocational education and 
related topics, clippings, printed matter, memorabilia, and 
other papers. Includes correspondence of Carrie King, 
Bradford's sister-in-law; biographical and genealogical ma- 
terial on the Bradford family; and material relating to 
Bradford's professional career and publications. 

Gift of Mrs. Carrie King, 1963. 



165 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



™_ v „ ^ MS 65-1425 

Branch, Perry W 

Papers, 1844-1922. ca. 150 items. 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Foundation executive, of Lincoln, Neb. Correspondence 
(1897-1922) and diary. The bulk of the correspondence 
consists of letters written to Branch during his service in 
World War I. 



„ „ MS 65-1426 

Brandsberg, George, 1937- 
Papers, 1962-63. ca. 1 ft. 
In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 
Journalist, of Omaha. Correspondence, interview notes, 
research data: taped interviews with Oren Lee Staley, presi- 
dent of the National Fanners Organization; recordings of 
NFO meetings, the 1962 NFO national election proceedings, 
and the Feb. 1963 Farmer/Labor Conference in Omaha; sur- 
vey of county extension directors; printed matter, clippings, 
and miscellaneous papers. 
Access to some of the papers is restricted until 1974. 
Gift of Mr. Brandsberg, 1964. 

„ . MS 65-1427 

Bnnton, Job Wells, 1883- 

Correspondence, 1918-20. ca. 100 items. 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Correspondence between Brinton, of the United States 
Sisal Trust, and his salesman, T. R Harvey; between W. W- 
Ligett, manager of the Publishers National Service Bureau 
and the Burleigh County Farmers Press; letters to J. R. 
Waters; and a printed copy of a speech on the cooperative 
marketing of wheat, delivered in 1924. The correspondence 
deals with business affairs and with the Nonpartisan League. 



- , „ MS 65-1428 

Broady, Jefferson Hunsaker, 1844-1908. 
Papers, 1861-1908. 1ft 
In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 
Judge, of Lincoln, Neb. Correspondence (1908), account 
books (1861-70), brief book, notebook on American law, 
scrapbooks, and clippings. Some papers relate to Nebraska 
politics in the 1880's. 



n— »i • MS 65-1429 

Brown, Noma, 1863-1960. 

Papers, 1898-1953. 1ft. 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Lawyer and U. S. Senator from Nebraska. Correspond- 

nffl^i^ 7 ? d 1953) ' SP f dleS t 1908 ""). scrapbooks 
(1898-1928), and newspaper clippings. Some papers relate 
to Brown's senatorial term (1907-13) and his sponsorship 
of the 16th amendment to the Constitution. 



Brown Co,,™. MS65 " 1430 

Records, 1883-1943. 34 ft 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Assessment books for personal property and real estate; 
letter press book, record of fees, instruments filed, and mort- 
gage indebtedness; livestock record, by precinct; registra- 
tion records; recapitulation ledgers; records of county clerk 
fees, district court fees, and commissioner's proceedings- 
corporation schedules; petitions; tax statement; and leeal 
papers. ^ 



166 



_ MS 65-1431 

Bryan, Charles Wayland, 1867-1945. 

Papers, 1908-38. ca. 17 ft 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Mayor of Lincoln, Neb., and Governor of Nebraska. Cor- 
respondence, reports, bills, resolutions, proclamations, affi- 
davits; petitions relating to the Oregon Trail Highway, 
highway construction, and employment; satire on Bryan, 
political scrapbooks, and a memory book. Includes papers 
relating to Bryan's campaign (1924) for Vice President of 
the U. S. Correspondents include Calvin Coolidge and 
Manuel Rosas. 



MS65-1432 
Burt Co, Neb. 

Records, 1857-39. 54 ft 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Assessors' books, tax lists, register of officers elected, rec- 
ords of the Board of County Commissioners, trial and jus- 
tice dockets, deed register, Burt County Claim Association 
record, estray and brand book, and papers relating to the 
Fish Creek Drainage Ditch Improvement Association. 



MS 65-1433 
Butler, Hugh Alfred, 1878-1954. 
Papers, 1945-54. 180 ft 
In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 
Correspondence and other papers relating to Butler's 
terms as U. S. Senator from Nebraska. 
Detailed description in the repository. 



__„ „ MS65-1434 

Butler Co., If el. 

Land, tax, and election records, 1875-1923. 2 ft. 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Applications for nomination (1910-18), certificates of 
nomination (1891-1918), nomination and election expense 
statements (1900-16) of candidates, primary election papers 
(1908), certificate of title fee book, numerical index of land 
records, assessor's books (1875-79 and 1905), personal assess- 
ment books (1908-23) , and tax lists ( 1884-99) . 



*...''.. MS 65-1435 

Callen, Ernest Glenn, 1894-1964. 

Papers, 1928-62, ca.lft 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Professor of political science and sociology. Correspond- 
ence (1934-46), mss. of writings and notes (1929-44), and 
Printed matter relating to the city government of Lincoln, 
Neb., unemployment, workmen's compensation, labor law 
public welfare, taxation, and other governmental and social 
problems of Nebraska. 

Gift of Nebraska Wesleyan University, 1964. 



Campbell, lain C G MS 65-1436 

Manuscripts and notes, ca. 300 items. 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections 

?}? r H£r' ° f Wee P ia g Wa ter, Neb. Typewritten ks. 
entitled "The story of Weeping Water"; data on early fam- 
ilies and settlers of Weeping Water: the Reeds, Ashmuns, 
Beardsleys, and Bellows; and notes on the history of the 
Albion, Neh, Congregational Church. 

Gift of Mr. Campbell, 1961 and 1962. 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 65-1437 
Cains, Margaret Jane (Bnrke) 1859-1952. 

Papers, 1865-1952. 2 ft 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Lawyer, of Lincoln, Neb. Correspondence (1889-1944), 
kss. of writings, notes, certificates (1865-1919), Bible con- 
taining a family record, newspaper clippings, and printed 
matter. The papers relate to the activities of the American 
Bar Association of which Mrs. Cams was the first woman 
member, the National Association of Women Lawyers, and 
the Nebraska Prison Board. Correspondents include Bose 
Falls Bress and Charles F. Manderson. 

Gift of the Cams family. 



MS65-1438 
Carson, John Lind, 1832-1897. 

Papers, 1858-89. ca. 300 items. 
In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 
Banker, of Brownville, Neb. Account books (1858-75) ; 
scrapbook of verse and obituaries, with occasional diary en- 
tries (1862-74) ; and autograph books (1881-89) of Carson's 
daughter, Rose Carson. 
Gift of Bose Carson, 1955. 



MS 65-1439 
Central Nebraska Public Power and Irrigation District. 

Records, 1907-59. ca. 15 ft 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Correspondence, reports, resolutions, minutes, legal papers, 
agreements, hearings, court cases, congressional hearings and 
bills, speeches, addresses, published and unpublished articles, 
magazines, pamphlets, newspapers, newspaper clippings, 
maps, charts, phonorecords made at the dedication (1941) 
of the Jeffrey Canyon Hydroelectric Plant, project files (on 
microfilm) ; and the papers of Donald W. Bangsley, presi- 
dent (1933-41) of the board of directors of CNPPID, in- 
cluding correspondence, speeches, radio addresses, court 
cases, Government bills, bylaws of the CNPPID, schedules 
of appointments, articles, pamphlets, maps, charts, news- 
papers, and newspaper clippings. Some of the papers relate 
to the tricounty irrigation project in Nebraska. Corre- 
spondents include Ralph O. Canaday, attorney for the 
CNPPID, and James N. Clarke, treasurer of the Supple- 
mental Water Association, which was connected with the tri- 
county project. 



MS 65-1440 
Chapman, Samuel M 1839-1907. 

Correspondence, 1871-1904. 7 ft 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Lawyer, judge, and politician, of Plattsmouth, Neb. Cor- 
respondence relating to political matters in Nebraska, eco- 
nomic aspects of agriculture, Civil War pensions, and Chap- 
man's activities as a collector for eastern creditors, especial- 
ly farm machinery companies. Correspondents include 
James E. Boyd, Lorenzo Crounse, James William Dawes, 
Silas Garber, Monroe Leland Hayward, John A. McShane, 

Charles Frederick Manderson, Samuel Maxwell (Chapman's 
law partner), J. Sterling Morton, Algernon Sidney Paddock, 
Roscoe Pound, Alvin Saunders, John Milton Thayer, John 
Mellon Thurston, Edward Kimball Valentine, Charles Henry 
Van Wyck, Arthur J. Weaver, and the Grand Army of the 
Republic and the Missouri Pacific Railway Company. 



MS 65-1441 
Chase, Warren Tinker, 1860-1940. 
Papers, 1880-1916. ca. 1 ft. 
In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 
Physician and druggist, of Loup City, Neb. Customer 
accounts, druggist account books, and pharmacy notebooks. 
Gift of the estate of Dr. Chase's daughter, Mrs. B. £. 
Dale. 



MS 65-1442 
Chenoweth, Caleb Ashbury, 1843-1864. 

Papers, 1856-1941. ca. 150 items. 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Union Army soldier, of Illinois. Correspondence (1856- 
64), account book (1861-69), and Chenoweth family history 
(1961). The letters relate to the Battles of Perryville. Ky. 
(1862),Chickamauga (1863) and Chattanooga, Tenn. (1863), 
to other battles in Tennessee, to camp life, and to marches 
into various parts of Tennessee. Correspondents include 
Wilbur Fisk Chenoweth and other members of the family. 

Gift of H. F. Chenoweth, 1957 and 1961. 



MS65-1448 

Church, Foster, 1822-1911. 

Papers, 1858-1911. ca. 6 ft 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Railway master mechanic, of Alexandria, Neb. Papers 
relating to Church's business activities in New York and 
Nebraska, including correspondence (1858-78), financial rec- 
ords, "Railway entertainments" and other books and 
pamphlets. 

Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Church, 1954. 



MS 65-1444 
Clapp, Hugh Elton. 

Papers, 1860-1928. ca. 300 items. 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Engineer, of Lincoln, Neb. Diary (1898) ; ledger (1903- 
09) ; roster of Company D, 1st Nebraska Volunteer Infan- 
try in the Spanish American War; memorabilia from the 
Philippine Expedition ; and other papers. 

Gift of Mr. Clapp, 1962. 



MS 65-1445 

dark, Landy. 

Papers, 1879-1922. ca. 300 items. 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Lumber dealer, of Lincoln, Neb. Correspondence, scrap- 
book of clippings, and printed matter. Some of the material 
relates to the University of Nebraska (1883-85) . 

Gift of the Clark estate, 1953. 



MS 65-1446 
Cochran, Robert LeRoy, 1886-1963. 

Papers, 1900-41. 119 ft 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Governor; of Nebraska. General, departmental, and ap- 
plicant correspondence; biographical material; reports; ad- 
dresses, speeches, and speech material ; campaign material 
and election results; Dodge Co., Neb., highway petitions 
(1935), petitions (1937) calling for a special session of the 
Nebraska State Legislature, and petitions endorsing Gus 
Hall; legal material, scrapbooks, certificates, maps, charts, 
slides, movie film and cuts; a phonograph record containing 



167 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



Cochran, Robert LeRoy. 

^Continued) 



1886-1963. 



Papers, 1900-41. 



a political talk (1940) for Cochran, newspaper clippings and 
editorials, printed matter, memorabilia, and an inventory of 
the collection. Includes a file of the papers (1917-40) of 
Cochran's wife, Aileen (Gantt) Cochran -with correspond- 
ence and clippings and the genealogy and records (1900-38) 
of the Cochran family. Correspondents include Edward R. 
Burke, Harry B. Coffee, W. A. Ellis, T. M. Morrow, Keith 
Neville, James C. Quigley, A. C. Tilley, and Gwyer H. 
Yater. 



„ , ^ T , MS 65-1447 

Cole, Nellie W 

Papers, 1932-53. ca. 300 items. 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Resident of Beatrice, Neb. Diaries (1946-53); papers 
(1932-44) relating to the Altar Guild of Christ Episcopal 
Church, Beatrice, Neb.; household accounts; and printed 
matter. 

Gift of Dempster Mill Manufacturing Company, 1961. 

MS 65-1448 
Comstock, Ethel Martin. 

Papers, 1882-1957. ca. 300 items. 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Resident of Orleans, Neb. Correspondence (1882-88), 
Orleans Cemetery records (1957) , and scrapbooks. Includes 
material relating to the Simpson family and to the historv 
of Harlan Co., Neb. 

Gift of Mrs. Comstock, 1957. 

„ , „, MS 65-1449 

Condon, William M 1865-1920. 

Papers, 1868-1920. ca. 100 items. 
In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 
Dentist and banker, of Humphrey, Neb. Correspondence, 
deeds, papers relating to women's clubs in Humphrey and 
Madison, Neb., clippings, school papers of Nora Condon, 
memorabilia, and other papers. Includes material relat- 
ing to property owned by Thomas Ottis. 
Gift of Nora Condon, 1955. 



Cones, William W MS 65-1450 

Papers, 1839-79. ca. 400 items. 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Banker, of Wisner, Neb. Correspondence (1854-74): 
legal and financial file; account books (ca. 1848-52) ■ and 
newspapers (1864-75). The bulk of the material deals with 
land transactions and consists of deeds and mortgages relat- 
ing to Cones' real estate business activities in Ohio, Iowa, 
and Nebraska, and to his banking firms: Cones and Pollock, 
West Point, Neb., and W. W. Cones and Company, Wisner, 
Neb. 

Gift of Homer D. Thompson, 1958. 



n u. * ,v_ r. - MS65-1451 

Copeland, Oren Sturman, 1887-1959. 
Papers, 1935-42. 3 ft 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Mayor of Lincoln, Neb., and U. S. Representative from 

Nebraska. Speeches, press releases, scrapbooks, newspaper 

clippings, and other papers relating to Copeland's career as 

Lincoln commissioner of public safety (1935-37), mayor 

(1937-40), and U.S. Representative (1941-42). 
Gift of Mrs. Copeland, 1959. 



MS 65-1452 
Correll, Erasmus Michael, b. 1846. 

Papers, 1870-1913. ca. 400 items. 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Editor and State legislator, of Nebraska. Correspondence 
(1881-82) ; speeches and legislative bills (1881-82) ; pam- 
phlets, political tracts, and clippings concerning woman suf- 
frage; and minutes and resolutions of the Nebraska Woman 
Suffrage Convention (1881). Correspondents include Ada 
M. Bittenbender, Charles W. Bryan, and Clara D. Colby. 



MS 65-1453 
Crandall, Calvin B 

Letters, 1862-65. ca. 150 items. 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Union soldier, of Brookfield, N. Y. Correspondence re- 
lating to CrandaU's experiences as a soldier during the Civil 
War. Includes references to CrandalTs brother, George, a 
missionary pastor at what is now Clay Center, Neb. Cor- 
respondents include CrandaU's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jared 
B. Crandall. 

Gift of Mr. CrandaU's niece, Mrs. G. L. Hutchins. 



MS 65-1454 
Crawford, Harry Love. 

Papers, 1934-58. ca. 300 items. 

In Nebraska State Historical Society coUections. 

Furniture dealer and undertaker, of Kearney, Neb. Cor- 
respondence (1939-57); Civil War letters (1863-64) ; mss. 
of writings and notes; and printed matter. Includes mate- 
rial relating to the folklore and history of Buffalo Co., Neb. 

Gift of Mrs. Crawford, 1960. 



MS 65-1455 
Crete Mills, Crete, Feb. 

Records, 1885-1920. ca.40ft 

In Nebraska State Historical Society coUections. 

(Dorrespondencejjsalesbook (1887-96), ledgers (1902-08), 
daybook-(1968)frbank deposit books (1885-89) for the Crete 
State Bank, and Burlington RaUroad invoices and claims 
( 1910-13 ), and other records of a gristmill. 



MS 65-1456 
Cummins, Thomas A 

Papers, 1865-1906. ca. 50 items. 
In Nebraska State Historical Society coUections. 
Pioneer, of Gage Co., Neb. Correspondence and legal 
papers relating to Cummins' financial affairs. 
Received from the estate of George Cummins, 1955. 



«-,«_„ MS 65-1457 

Dake, Orsamus Charles, 1832-1875. 

Papers, 1849-1924. ca. 1 ft 

In Nebraska StateHistorical Society coUections. 

Episcopal clergyman, poet and prof essor at the University 
of Nebraska. Correspondence (1858-78) ; diaries (1849 and 
1853); sermons, poems, essays, and letters to the editor 
(1857-70) ; legal and financial file (1868-1902) ; Fremont 
GoUege papers (1869) ; Fremont (Neb.) Episcopal Church 
papers (1869 and 1886) ; and certificates, memorabiUa, and 
printed matter. 

Gift of Mrs. Amanda Horst, Anna Dake Love, and Mrs. 
Beatrice L. Monaghan. 



168 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS 65-1458 
Davis, Margaret, 1875-1958. 

Papers, 1836-1956. ca. 300 items. 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Teacher, of Lincoln, Neb. Minutes (1942-45) of the Brit- 
ish "War Relief Society; land records (1836-97) ; clippings 
(1901-40); and scrapbooks (1901-56). Includes material 
relating to the^tJniversity of Nebraska and to the history 
of Cass Co., Neb. 

Gift of Margaret and Alice Davis, 1955 and 1958. 

MS 65-1459 
Delta Kappa Gamma Society. Zeta Chapter. Lincoln, Neb. 

Pioneer women teacher research, 1928-48. ca. 300 items. 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Correspondence (1944r-48) ; committee reports (1942-47) ; 
research data, interviews, notes; biographies and autobiog- 
raphies (1940-48) ; and printed matter, relating to the lives 
of pioneer women teachers in Nebraska. The bulk of the 
collection consists of biographical information concerning 
Susan R. Frazier, Olga F. Stastny, and other teachers. 

MS65-1460 
Dibble, Richard, 6. 1836. 

Papers, 1858-1903. ca. 100 items. 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Civil war soldier, of Beatrice, Neb. Correspondence 
(1864-1903) and legal papers (1858-86). Includes material 
relating to camp life at Fort Lyon, Va. (1864-65). 

Received from the estate of George Cummins, 1955. 



MS65-1461 
Dnncombe, Frances E 1870-1958. 

Papers, 1891-1957. ca. 150 items. 
In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 
Teacher, of Lincoln, Neb. Correspondence, diaries (1897- 
1901); clippings, printed matter, and memorabilia. In- 
cludes material relating to Miss Duncombe's experiences at 
the University of Nebraska (1897-1901). Correspondents 
include Emma B. Tucker, Francis F. Tucker, Lawrence 
Void, and Margaret A. Void- 
Received from Miss Duncombe's estate, 1958. 



MS 65-1462 
Dunn, Lee James, 1861-1937. 

Papers, 1815-1936. ca.lft 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Grain dealer and banker, of Lincoln, Neb. Correspond- 
ence, legal and financial file (1897-1916), stock certificates 
(1891-1911); real estate file (1891-1928) containing ab- 
stracts of title, warrantee deeds, quit claim deeds, leases, and 
bills of sale; papers relating to family history, and member- 
ship cards to various organizations. Includes papers relat- 
ing to the American Exchange Bank of Elmwood, Neb., of 
which Dunn was a director, the City National Bank of Lin- 
coln, Neb., at which he was a cashier, the Dunn-Howard 
Grain Company, Dunn and Perrin Company, Farmers Bank 
of Fillmore County in Ohiowa, Neb., Furnas County Bank, 
and the Nebraska Brewing Company. 

MS 65-1463 
Eager, Frank Dewitt, 1872-1960. 
Papers, 1898-1957. 5 ft 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 
Army officer, of Lincoln, Neb. Correspondence, diary 
(1898), speeches, addresses, certificates, scrapbooks, articles, 
pamphlets, newspapers and newspaper clippings including 
numerous Manila, Hong Kong, and Havana papers (1898- 
99), printed matter, and other papers. Includes papers re- 



lating to the case of Berge vs. Eager in the Nebraska Su- 
preme Court, general orders (1898-99) from the Headquar- 
ters of the Army, and a map of the Manila Bay area show- 
ing positions where the Nebraska regiment fought during 
the Spanish American War. 

MS 65-1464 

Ernst, Carl Julius, 1853-1932. 

Papers, 1860-1929. ca. 1 ft 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Railway executive, of Lincoln, Neb. Correspondence and 
records (1885-93) of the Lincoln Street Railway Company 
of which Ernst was secretary; correspondence and legal pa- 
pers (1894-95) of the Lincoln Board of Education of which 
he was president; records (1887-94) of the Lancaster Land 
Company of which he was secretary; real estate records 
(1860-85) ; scrapbook (1902-14) ; and printed matter. 

MS 65-1465 
Feenan, Martin J b. 1842. 

Papers, 1862-1953. ca. 1 ft 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Businessman, of Omaha. Correspondence, speeches, MSB. 
of writings, scrapbooks, autograph books, certificates, news- 
paper dippings, and memorabilia; together with correspond- 
ence, rosters, and clippings relating to the 6th and 22d Regi- 
ments of Iowa Cavalry; correspondence, receipts, rosters, 
and pamphlets relating to the Sons of Union Veterans of 
the Civil War; correspondence, reports, account book, notes, 
minutes, songbooks, and other papers of the George Custer 
Post No. 7 of the Grand Army of the Republic, Omaha; 
reports of the officers of the Woman's Relief Corps on their 
86th, 40th, and 41st annual conventions; rosters of the 
Douglas County Association of Nebraska Pioneers; applica- 
tion and bond of the Daughters of Veterans; and other 
papers. Subjects represented include the early history of 
Omaha and Iowa City, Iowa, the activities of M. J. Feenan 
and Sons, builders and manufacturers of monuments, and 
the White Stone Hill (N. D.) battlefield. 

Gift of Emma Feenan through the Omaha Public li- 
brary, 1959-60. 

MS65-1466 
Florence, Neb. 

Records, 1842-1917. ca. 3 ft 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Journal (1856-€7), ledgers, minutes, financial records, re- 
ceipts, stock assessments and certificates, stock and order 
register, deeds, mortgages, register of land warrants, and 
mother papers. Includes the articles of incorporation of the 
Nebraska Winter Quarters Company (1854) and the Flor- 
ence Land Company (1855) which established the town, the 
financial records (1857) and incorporation papers of the 
Florence Bridge Company, correspondence (1855-65) of the 
firm of Cook, Sargent and Parker, which founded and op- 
erated the Bank of Florence, the papers of incorporation of 
the Bank of Florence, and papers (1906-09) relating to the 
Board of Park Commissioners. The hulk of the collection 
dates from 1855 to 1860. 

Gift of Mrs. Joseph W. Lewis. 

MS 65-1467 

Fort Kearny, Neb. 

Records, 1845-1931. ca.6ft 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Correspondence (1847 and 1849) , records of the General 
Land Office for 1854-1931 and the Office of the Adjutant 
General, Reservation Division for 1845-71, special orders 
(1865-71), daybook (1858-62), maps, diagrams, roster 
(1847) of the Battalion of Missouri Mounted Volunteers, 
and papers relating to Stanborg's explorations of Dobytown, 
a village near the fort 



169 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



b. „ . . MS 65-1468 

mm. Robinson, If el. 

Records, 1873-1949. 12 ft. 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

In part, microfilm made from originals in the National 
Archives and from originals loaned by the Beef Research 
Station, University of Nebraska, Fort Robinson, in I960 

Correspondence (1947-48), military records (1920-49), 
civilian employee records (1933-48), building plans (1902- 
43), maps (1881-1945), and records on microfilm. Subjects 
mentioned include the horses, buildings, and grounds of the 
fort and arrests and imprisonments of military personnel. 

Gift of Roger T. Grange, Jr., 1959 and 196L 

«_ *_. „ MS 65-1469 

Frontier Co, Neb. 

Records, 1879-98. 12 ft. 
In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 
Tax lists and justice dockets. 

Transferred by action of the Frontier County commis- 
sioners, 1960. 

MS 66-1470 
Fey, Edwin Augustus, 1851-1936. 

Papers, 1878-1986. 1ft 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Editor and politician. Correspondence, notes, scrapbooks 
(1906-35), and printed matter (1921-36) relating to Fry's 
activities as a newspaper editor in Niobrara, Neb., Fort 
Fiewe,_Herrick, and Yankton, S. D., and in Julesburg and 
Sedgwick, Colo. Subjects mentioned include the South 
Dakota Direct Legislation Organization, the Progressive 
Republican Primary Organization, the Kansas-Nebraska- 
Dakota Highway Association, and the Missouri River Navi- 
gation Association. Correspondents include Lorenzo Croun- 
se, Edgar Howard, Robert M. La Follette, and Richard O. 
Richards. 

«, MS 65-1471 

Furnas, Robert Wilkinson, 1824-1905. 

Papers, 1832-1905. ca.21ft 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Governor of Nebraska. Correspondence (1856-1905) ; 34 
ledgers; 5 memoranda notebooks; account books, salesbooks, 
treasurer's records, and other financial records of Furnas as 
an Omaha Indian agent, president and secretary of the State 
Board of Agriculture, businessman, agriculturalist, and 
Mason ; his journal as commander (1863) of the 2d Nebraska 
Volunteer Cavalry; his executive papers (1872-74) as Gov- 
ernor; scrapbooks; memorabilia; and the daybook and ac- 
count book (1832-48) of William Furnas. 

Gift of Mr. Furnas. 

_, ■ „ MS 65-1472 

Gerrard, Betty C 

Papers, 1879-1913. ca. 150 items. 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Resident of Columbus, Neb. Correspondence (largely 
from relatives), legal orders and notices, relating to Mrs. 
Gerrard's activities in Columbus, Neb., where she was an 
officer in both the Women's Suffrage Association and the 
Women's Christian Temperance Union. 

Received, 1964. 

^ • o , t, , MS 65-1473 

Grace, Samuel Roe, I. 1817. 

Papers, 1817-1922. 1 reel of microfilm (400 items) 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Microfilm copy of originals loaned by Mrs. Ethel Anne 
Graham, Nebraska City, Neb. 

Resident of Brownville, Neb. Correspondence (1840- 
1922), diary, family records (1850-62), mss. of writings, 
and memorabilia. Correspondence consists largely of family 
letters sent to and from Brownville, Neb., and London, Eng. 
Family members represented prominently include Grice's 



wife Susannah, Mrs. E. Bestow, Anna Grice, William Roe 
Grice, H D. Roe, Thomas Hoe, and Charles and Emily 
Wiggelsworth. 
Access restricted. 



„ . „_ , ., MS65-1474 

Gnggs, Frederick, 1867-1952. 

Papers, 1912-52. ca. 300 items. 
In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 
Educator and missionary of College View, Neb., and Los 
Angeles, Calif. Correspondence (1938-50), sermons, use. 
of writings, and other papers, relating to Griggs' career as 
an elder of the Seventh Day Adventist Church. 
Gift of Mrs. Griggs, 1953. 



™ . _ MS65-1475 

Gnggs, Nathan Kirk, 1844-1910. 
Papers, 1874-1915. 25 ft. 
In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 
Lawyer, diplomat, and composer, of Beatrice, Neb. Cor- 
respondence (1888-1900), legal papers (1883-92), and letter 
press book. Some of the papers relate to the activities of the 
Griggs and Rinaker law firm, which was later known as 
Griggs, Rinaker, and Bibb. 



Harrison, Robert D 1897- MS 65-1476 

Papers, 1952-58. 12 ft. 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

U. S. Representative from Nebraska. General post- 
master, and rural carriers correspondence, campaign ma- 
terial, speeches, and miscellaneous papers relating to the 
Congressman's official business. 

Restricted. 



„ r J „ . t MS65-1477 

Herron, Leonard Smith, 1884-1958. 
Papers, 1917-58. 7 ft. 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 
Editor, of Omaha. Correspondence, speeches, articles, 
and notes. Includes papers relating to the Farmers Union 
Cooperatives. 
Complete list of speeches and articles in the repository. 



it -„ j r... MS65-1478 

Howard, Edgar. 1858-1951. 

Papers, 1893-1950. 2 ft. 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections 
Journalist and U. S. Representative from Nebraska. Cor- 
respondents, biographical sketch, tribute by A. E. Sheldon, 
scrapbooks, broadsides, and clippings on a testimonial din- 
ner. Correspondents include William Jennings Bryan, 
Eugene Casey, James A. Farley, John Nance Garner Nich- 
olas Loiiffworth, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Fred M. Vin- 
son. 



t» i^ » x, MS 65-1479 

Jenkins, Myron B 

Papers, 1880-1941. ca.23ft 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Forester. Correspondence (1936-41) relating to the work 
of the Conservation and Survey Division of the University 
of Nebraska, files of the Work Projects Administration 
( A ebraska ) , and articles. 

Gift of the Conservation and Survey Division, University 
of Nebraska, 1961. J 



170 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



MS65-1480 
Johnson, Albert Litle, 6. 1864. 

Papers, 1881-1940. lift. 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Milling company president, of Crete, Neb. Correspond- 
ence; legal and financial file (1881-94) ; pages from a Crete 
Mills ledger containing entries made by Johnson; deeds, 
leases, and other land records (1886-1901) ; Saunders Co, 
Neb., tax receipts (1881-94) ; reports and printed matter 
relating to the American Sunday-School Union for 1905-10; 
reports, minutes, and programs of the Young Men's Chris- 
tian Association for 1904-19; and financial records, budgets, 
treasurer's reports, and printed matter relating to Nebraska 
Wesleyan University for 1893-1919. 



MS 65-1481 
Johnson, Frank Henton, 1871-1960. 

Papers, 1855-1942. 22 ft 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Soldier, of Plattsmouth and Lincoln, Neb. Correspond- 
ence (1894-1927), certificates (1855-69), scrapbook (1898- 
99), and printed matter, together with the personal account 
books of J. W. Johnson and his account book as treasurer 
of the Platte Lodge No. 7 of the Independent Order of Odd 
Fellows in Plattsmouth, and the records book (1880-89) of 
the McConihie Post No. 45 of the Grand Army of the Re- 
public, in Plattsmouth. Some of the papers relate to events 
in the Philippine Islands during the Spanish American War. 

Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, 1958. 



MS 65-1482 
Johnson Co, Neb. 

Records, 1860-1925. 44 v. 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 
Tax lists (1865-84), claims allowed (1882, 1884), appor- 
tionment record (1860-75), road funds (1869-70), soldiers 
and sailors official roster (1925), and assessors records 
(1873-76). 
Received, 1959. 



MS 65-1483 
Kingsley, George Pomeroy, 1865-1929. 
Papers, 1922-29. ca.2ft 
In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 
Resident of Minden, Neb. Correspondence, petitions and 
resolutions, bills and speeches in the U S. Congress, and 
other papers relating to early efforts in the field of conserva- 
tion, irrigation, and public power in Nebraska. Correspond- 
ents include £. O. Canaday, James M Clark, Nebraska State 
engineer R. L. Cochran, C. W. McConaughy, Clark E. 
Mickey, B. Clarence Neff, Senator George W. Karris, and 
- U. S. Representative Willis G. Sears. 
Gift of Donaldson W. Kingsley, 1958. 



MS65-1484 
Kinscella, Hazel Gertrude, d. 1960. 

Papers, 1919-39. ca. 1 ft. 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Music educator and composer, of Lincoln, Neb. Mss., 
notes, published music composed or arranged by Miss 
Kinscella, sheet music, music rolls for a player piano, and 
printed matter. Includes material relating to various as- 
pects of her career, but especially to music education. 

Gift- of the estate of Miss Kinscella, 1960. 



MS 65-1485 
Kobes, Frank Joseph, 1890- 

Papers, 1943-46. ca. 2 ft. 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Mayor of Crete, Neb. Correspondence, hearings of the 
Interstate Commerce Commission, clippings, and handbills 
relating to the litigation surrounding the Missouri Pacific 
Railroad line through Crete. Correspondents include Rob- 
ert Van Pelt, attorney for the Missouri Pacific Abandon- 
ment Committee. 

Gift of Mrs. Kobes through Frank J. Kobes, Jr. 

MS 65-1486 

McCallum, Donald, 1. 1831. 

Papers, 1865-1943. ca. 150 items. . 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Surveyor, of Guide Rock, Neb. Correspondence (1865- 
1903); legal and financial fife (188S-19C3); P«** <*£7 
(1886); Guide Rock Land Company record book (1873- 
1907) three issues of the Guide Rock "Signal" containing 
family references. Relates to the early settlement and 
development of Guide Rock, Neb. 

Gift of Jessie McCallum, through the courtesy of Mr. 
and Mrs. R. E. McCallum, 196L 

MS65-148T 
McKeMe, Samuel Roy, 1881-1956. 

Papers, 1911-52. 66 ft. 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Publisher, rancher, and Governor of Nebraska, Corre- 
spondence, speeches, applications and recommendations 
(1919-21), petitions and proclamations (1919-22), campaign 
scrapbooks (1911-31), Federal Farm Board scrapbook 
(1929-31), and miscellaneous scrapbooks (1928-36). The 
papers relate to the affairs of the Governor's office during 
McKelvie's term (1919-23), to McKelvie's bid for the U. S. 
Senate, his term on the Federal Farm Board, and his private 
life as editor and publisher of the "Nebraska farmer." Some 
correspondence deals with the commutation of sentences, 
pardons, and paroles, including the case of Alson Cole. Cor- 
respondents include Calvin Coolidge, Warren G. Harding, 
Herbert Hoover, George W. Norris, and John J. Pershing. 

Gift of Mrs. McKelvie, 1956. 

MS 65-1488 
McMnllen, Adam, 1875-1959. 

Papers, 1915-58. 6 ft. 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

State legislator and Governor of Nebraska. General and 
departmental correspondence, financial records (1920, 1927- 
28), speeches and press releases (1919-28 and 1953-54), ap- 
plications and recommendations (1924), scrapbook (1928- 
40), and newspaper clippings. Includes carbon copies of 
outgoing correspondence during McMullen's governorship 
(1925-29) and other executive papers. Correspondents in- 
clude Herbert Hoover, Huey P. Long, George W. Noms, 
Franklin D. Roosevelt, Fred A. Seaton, and Harold E. tstas- 
sen. 

MS 65-1489 
Majors, Thomas Jefferson, 1841-1932. 

Papers, 1859-1932. 1ft. 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

In part, microfilm. 

Army officer, Territorial and State legislator, U. S. Repre- 
sentative from Nebraska, and Lieutenant Governor of Ne- 
braska. Correspondence (1863-93), biographical data, 
financial records (1883-91), military documents (1868-76), 
certificates, clippings, and memorabilia. Some of the papers 
relate to the political and military history of Nebraska dur- 
ing the territorial and early statehood years. Correspond- 



171 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



Papers, 1859-1932. 



Majors, Thomas Jefferson, 1841-1932. 
(Continued) 

ents include Robert W. Furnas, Phineas W. Hitchcock, 
George W. Holland, Church Howe, John T. Mallaliev, 
Charles F. Manderson, Samuel Maxwell, Thomas J Oliver 
Algernon S. Paddock, William A. Pollock, Frederick Ren- 
ner, John M. Thayer, and Martin N. Van Fleet 
Military documents purchased from Louise Stegner, 1949. 

u i D v _* ™ MS65-1490 

Malone, Robert T 1891-1963. 

Papers, 1930-63. 8 ft. 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Director of the Division of Employment Security Ne- 
braska Dept. of Labor in Lincoln, Neb. Correspondence, 
records and speeches (1947-49), addresses (1939-48), notes 
(1957-58), and other papers relating to housing the Na- 
tional Council of Catholic Women, the National Union for 
Social Justice in Lincoln, the Lincoln Urban League, and the 
American Interprofessional League. 

MS 65-1491 
Meiklejohn, George De Rue, 1857-1929. 
Papers, 1897-1901. ca. 38 ft. 
In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 
U._ S. Representative from Nebraska. Correspondence 
relating to Meiklejohn's service as U. S. Assistant Secretary 
of War. 
Gift of the estate of John H. Kempt, 1962. 

MS 65-1492 
Mississippi Valley Historical Association. 

Records, 1895-1963. ca.l30ft 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Correspondence ; mss. of published articles with related 
correspondence; reports; legal and advertising files; mem- 
berships; account books of members; papers (1940-41) of 
Wendell H. Stephenson, including correspondence, minutes, 
and other papers of a faculty organization at Louisiana 
State University; financial records (1907-63) including 
banking and salary records, vouchers, account and receipt 
books, and cashbook ; ledgers ; and clippings. 

» * , .. „ MS 65-1493 

Morton, Johns Sterling, 1832-1902. 

Papers, 1844-1904. 125 ft. 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Agriculturist and politician, of Nebraska. General and - 
personal correspondence, correspondence of Morton as sec- 
retary of state of the Nebraska Territory (1858-61) and as 
U.S. Secretary of Agriculture (1893-97), letter press books, 
51 vols, of a diary, financial records, scrapbooks and let- 
ters (1896-1903) of A T. Richardson to Morton's son, Joy 
Morton. 

„ T t , MS 65-1494 

Nebraska. State Penitentiary, Lincoln. 

Records, 1882-1913. ca. 1 ft., ca. 900 items. 
In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 
Correspondence, reports, records, and a copy of the court 
case (1882) "in the matter of the contest of the election of 
M. P. Kinkaid to the office of Senator." 

MS 65-1495 
Nebraska State Farmers' Alliance. 

Records, 1874-1920. 5 ft. 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Correspondence, reports, receipts, vouchers, petitions, 24 
vols, of ledgers, mailing lists, and pamphlets of the State 
Farmers' Alliance; notes of Luna E. Kellie, State secretary, 
including biographical sketches; mss. of "The Farmers Al- 
liance and the Nebraska independent" (1918) by Charles Q. 
DeFrance and "James Thompson Kellie" (1920) and "The 
Farmers Alliance in Nebraska, a history of its later period 
from 1894-1901" by Miss Kellie; minutes (1890-92) of the 



172 



Alliance of Norman, Neb., and correspondence and reports 
(1893-95) of local Alliances. Correspondents include Wil- 
liam V Allen, William P. Bricker, Elsie Buckman, Jay 
Burrows, O. Cravath, W. F. Dale, Helen Goff, J L. Leonard, 
George Lynn, W. A McKeishan, W. S. Morgan, John H. 
Powers, Asa Taylor, J. M Thompson, and S. Edwin 
Thornton. 



MS 65-1496 
North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary 
Schools. Nebraska Committee on Secondary Schools 

Records, 1896-1943. ca. 11 ft. 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Correspondence (1896-1900), curricula reports (1900-23), 
annual reports (1911-36), statistical summary (1939-40) of 
the annual reports of all schools under the North Central 
Association Commission on Secondary Schools, applications 
(1913-14) for accreditation, and a survey (1921) of Ne- 
braska school buildincs. The bulk of the collection con- 
sists of reports sent from Nebraska accredited high schools 
to the Nebraska committee. Correspondents include Charles 
E. Bessey, James W. Crabtree (inspector of accredited 
schools) , and George E. MacLean. 

Gift of the University of Nebraska Library, 1951. 

MS65-1497 
Omaha Woman's Press Club. 

Records, 1928-32. ca. 300 items. 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Correspondence, clippings, and other records. 



Otoe Co., N*. MS65 - 1498 

Records, 1855-1935. 42 ft 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Tax lists, records, and receipts; cashbooks; bills allowed 
Otoe County; clerk's accounts with the treasurer; records 
and receipt book of the treasurer's office; justice, judges, and 
bar dockets; clerk's dockets of the district court; correspond- 
ence of the clerk's office of the district court; journal of the 
Otoe County clerk's office; county clerk records; abstract of 
votes cast at the election of 1872; reports of pupils enrolled 
in Otoe County schools; assessor's book; marks and brands 
for stock; records of mortgages and deeds; index book 
grantees; registers; official abstract; official directory; and 
3^fo\ t °? ether ^th the assessment blanks or schedules 
(1870-88) of personal property and the census and asses- 

nSn^v i 185 ? ) °J- Nebraska °^' Neb -' "* * Pkt book 
(1871) of Nebraska City and its suburbs. 



w». . „. „ MS65-1499 

Kicker, Eh Seavey, 1843-1926. 

Papers, ca. 17 ft. 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

In part, transcripts. 

Lawyer, judge, and journalist, of Nebraska. Papers, 
relating to the Plains Indians, which Ricker assembled for 
a projected book, "The final conflict between the red man 
and the pale faces." Includes approximately 40 tablets 
(1904-09) recording his interviews with Indians, mixed 
bloods, white settlers, and former scouts and soldiers, together 
with letters, documents, and other material which he copied 
from government archives, newspapers, and other MS. and 
printed sources. Subjects mentioned include American 
Horse, Buffalo Bill, California Joe, Chief Red Cloud, 
George A. Custer, the fur trade, the Black Hills, Fort 
Laramie, Wyo., the Reno inquiry, missionary work at Pine 
Ridge, N. D., the Sibley scouts, the Fettennan and Horse 
Creek fights, the Sand Creek massacres, the Battle of 
Wounded Knee, the Mormon cow incident, an incident at 



The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections 



Rkker, Eh' Seavey, 1843-1926. Papers. (Continued) 
Whitestone, S. D., the Kiowa, Bed Cloud, and Spotted Tail 
agencies, and the following Indian tribes: Apaches, Arkan- 
sas, Cherokees, Chickasaws, Creek, Otoe, Sacs and Foxes, 
Seminoles, Sioux, Utes, and the Winnebagoes. 

Detailed description available in the repository. Also 
described in A guide to the archives and manuscripts of the 
Nebraska State Historical Society, compiled by William F. 
Schmidt (1965) p. 44-45. 



MS 65-1500 
Ritchie, William, 1886-1956. 

Correspondence, 1938-54. ca. 5 ft. 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Lawyer and politician, of Omaha. Correspondence relat- 
ing to Mr. Ritchie's law practice, to his campaign (1952) 
for the U. S. Senate, and to the question of Hawaiian state- 
hood. Correspondents include Hugh Alfred Butler, 
I>wight Palmer Griswold, James Howard McGrath, and 
Drew Pearson. 



MS 65-1501 
Rowen, Richard Dean, 1932-1963. 

Research data. ca. 100 items. 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Curator of history, Nebraska State Historical Society. 
Research data compiled from 1960 to 1963, relating to the 
early history of Brownsville, Neb. (1854-78), to the life 
of Louis Neals, an early Nebraska settler who married 
Susan Fontenelle, sister of Logan Fontenelle, chief of the 
Omaha Indians, and to the Indian raid of 1878 in Decatur 
and Rawlins Counties, Kan, Includes a memorial leaflet 
containing a biographical sketch of Rowen. 



MS65-1502 

Sarpy Co., Neb. 

Records, 1859-1915. 17 ft. 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Assessor's books, tax lists, register of tax receipts, account 
of State funds, record of mortgaged property, voter regis- 
trations, official oaths register, official directory of office- 
holders, minutes of county board meetings, justice's docket, 
physician's register, and a brand record book. 

Transferred from the Sarpy County courthouse, 1957. 

MS65-1503 
Saunders Co* Neb. 

Records, 1878-1925. 80ft. 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. ■: 

Assessors' books, recapitulation records, road district ac- 
count, agricultural statistics, daybook of the county farm, 
monthly statement of druggists, account book, and 9 vols. 
of a roster of World War i % aterans. 

Transferred from the Saunders County courthouse in 
Wahoo, Neb., 1964. 



MS 65-1504 
Smith, ThurmanAmon, 1877-1956. 

Papers, 1934-54. ca. 300 items. 

La Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Publisher and author, of Taylor, Neb. Correspondence, 
mss. of writings, notes, scrapbooks, and memorabilia, relat- 
ing to Nebraska's pioneer history, particularly in the sand- 
hill region. Correspondents include Glen Auble, Mari 
Sandoz, and A E. Sheldon. 

Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Hazen Smith, 1958-63. 



MS 65-1505 
Sorensen, Christian Abraham, 1890-1959. 

Papers, 1915-55. ca.77ft. 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Lawyer and attorney general of Nebraska. Personal and 
family correspondence; legal cases and papers relating to 
Sorensen's private legal practice; papers of the John H. 
Wallick estate; papers (1942) relating to the campaign of 
Senator George W. Norris; minutes of the Nebraska Land 
and Securities Company; and papers relating to the public 
power districts of Nebraska and to allied subjects. Names 
mentioned include the Aurora (Neb.) Farmer's Union Co- 
operative, the Cooperative Publishing Association, the Farm 
Crops Processing Corporation, the Fremont Joint Stock 
Loan Bank, the Independent Progressive Committee, the 
Layman's Club, the Lincoln Joint Stock Land Bank, the 
city of Minatare, Neb., the Nebraska Potato Improvement 
Association law, the Nonpartisan League, the Pathfinder 
and Guernsey Reservoir, the People's Council of America, 
the People's Electric light and Power Association, the 
Rural Electrification Administration, the Superior Finance 
Company, Union College, the Union Credit Service Asso- 
ciation, and the Western Public Service Company. 

Described in A guide to the archives and manuscripts of 
the Nebraska State Historical Society, compiled by William 
F. Schmidt (1965) p. 62-63. 



MS 65-1506 
Stefan, Karl, 1884-1951. 

Papers, 1934-51. 19 ft. 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

Papers relating mainly to Stefan's career as U. S. Repre- 
sentative from Nebraska, including campaign and genera), 
correspondence, Republican National Convention invitation 
and appointments, speeches, news releases, scrapbooks, and 
newspaper clippings. 

Restricted until Sept. 23, 1972. 

Gift of Mrs. Stefan, 1957. 



MS 65-1507 
Sweet, John Hyde, 1880-1964. 

Papers, 1938-40. ca. 10 ft. 

In Nebraska State Historical Society collections. 

U. S. Representative from Nebraska. Correspondence, 
campaign and election data^ legislative bills, bulletin re- 
quests, printed matter, and other papers of Sweet and 
George H Heinke, who preceded him as U. S. Representa- 
tive from the First Congressional District of Nebraska. 
The papers reflect the attitude of Nebraskans toward New 
Deal diplomacy, the arms embargo, the proposed 1939 revi- 
sion of the neutrality act, and military conscription. Sub- 
jects mentioned include the National Youth Administration, 
the Works Progress Administration, the Corn Belt Liberty 
League, the National Voice of Christian Economics, and 
other Federal programs and private organizations. Cor- 
respondents include Charles D. Ammon, Paul Armstrong, 
EdwaTd A Beecher, Hugh A Butler, Earl Cline, Oren S. 
Gopeland, Levi L Coryell, Sr., Carl T. Curtis, Robert S. 
Dickinson, John M. Dierks, Isaac B. Flint, Harry D. Flory, 
Rex Hazehigg (branch organizer of the Communist Party 
of the U. S. in Lincoln, Neb.), Daniel M Hildebrand, Cor- 
dell Hull, Homer D. Kirk, Walter D.Kirtley, Harry J. 
Krusz, James E. Lawrence, Frederick H Obermann, Wil- 
liam H. Pitzer, John B.Quinn, James L. Sellers, Arthur J. 
Weaver, Claude R Wickard, William L. Wilson, and Mil- 
lard T.Woods. 
Gift of Arthur Sweet, 1964. 



173 



The