Found in 139 Collections and/or Records:
Collection consists of family correspondence between Miss Frances "Frank" Howe, her brother William, and father David during the Civil War. Letters to "Frank" from cousins and friends are also present.
The Hubbard Family Papers consist of one box of family correspondence from the years 1825-1878. Probably the major interest of the Hubbard Family Papers lies in the considerable number of letters to and from Vermonters serving as soldiers during the Civil War.
The Huntington Family Papers document the lives of its geographically scattered members in the form of correspondence, mostly with their mother Sarah (Sally) in Saint Albans, Vermont.
I. L. Salomon was an American poet and translator.
Collection consists of periodicals, clippings, booklets, and other materials related to the Holocaust, WWII, and Holocaust memorials. There are also materials from International Liberators Conferences, which the Lismans attended.
The James Hulme Canfield collection contains correspondence, newspaper clippings, speeches, notebooks from his professorship at the University of Kansas and family memorabilia. Of particular interest are letters from his daughter, Dorothy Canfield Fisher, and his wife, Flavia Camp Canfield, during trips to the family home in Vermont, and during two extended European trips.
James Marsh Read (1833-1865), an 1853 graduate of the University of Vermont, was an explorer of the American West and a Civil War soldier. He wrote critical essays about the events of the time and kept extensive correspondence with his family. These materials are combined with the collected research and manuscript of the collection’s donor, Gretchen Howe Miller, providing insight into James M. Read’s life and the issues of this period in American and Vermont history.
Collection contains correspondence, deeds, marriage certificates, genealogies, clippings, and photographs documenting the activities of the family of James Wilson, the first globe maker in America.
This collection consists of photographs and letters from Lieutenant David B. Jennings to his parents in Burlington, Vermont from Korea. Jennings, a 1951 graduate of UVM, was killed in action in 1952.
Collection contains correspondence; diaries; and notes, lectures, sermons, and essays on the subjects of Geology, History, Science, Philosophy, and Religion documenting the career and thought of UVM Geology professor and Congregational minister in Vermont, John B. Perry, who was a major figure in the field of Geology at the time.