Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source
Found in 28 Collections and/or Records:
Overview The Barrett Family Papers consist of approximately nine linear feet of correspondence, bound manuscripts, books, diaries, photographs and other miscellaneous papers.
Abstract The Bates family papers include legal documents (estate records and deeds), sermons and scrapbooks of Samuel L. Bates, and diaries of Mary R. Bates.
Overview The Bernadine Custer collection is notable as a record of the career of an artist during the New Deal era and beyond, and as a compendium of the life of a remarkably independent and intellectually energetic woman of the twentieth century.
Overview The collection consists of 95 pocket diaries kept by Justin and Dana J. Bugbee from 1852-1902.
Abstract Collection contains a letter book, household and farm account books, and diaries documenting Hardy's life and activities, especially on his farm.
Overview The Clark/Field families papers consist of two cartons of miscellaneous family manuscripts dating from 1795. The materials span five generations in the two families. The collection includes scattered correspondence, some business papers, a few diaries and account books, drafts of various orations and speeches, local government and county court records, and assorted other paper materials.
Overview The collection consists almost entirely of Mrs. Russell's journals from 1932 to 1976. In addition to their accounts of her daily life, the journals also contain frequent extended reflections on national and world affairs, literature, society, and art.
Abstract The collection contains eight diaries of Emily J. Clark, of Tinmouth, Danby, and Middletown, Vermont. The diaries span from 1870-1880.
Abstract Collection consists of 8 "line-a-day" or pocket diaries kept by Eva Jane Richmond or William Richmond documenting the weather and personal or family activities.
Overview The papers consist primarily of Aiken's senatorial files: bills and amendments, hearings, committee reports and recommendations, statistical studies, press releases, a great deal of correspondence, newspaper clippings, articles, photographs, sound recordings, films, and his senate diaries, as well as some materials from Aiken's gubernatorial years