The records, files, correspondence and research material of the Center for Public Financing of Elections (CPFE). The Center was established in June, 1973 to develop public support for public funding of the legitimate expenses of campaigning for federal office. The Center's archives at Georgetown constitute a thoroughly documented legislative history for use by students and researchers interesting in election campaign financing.
A series of 17 manuscript volumes under the general title "Magni archivii scriptuarum pro regali jurisdictione regni Neap[olitani]", a general history of the Spanish administration of the Kingdom of Naples undertaken for Philip IV of Spain by Bartolomeo Chioccarelli, completed in 1631. Never published in complete form, this scribal copy was written by several different hands in the eighteenth century.
The James T. Clements' Sons Funeral Home Records consist of ledgers documenting the costs for funeral expenses and certificates of death for individuals whose families used the company's services. The funeral expenses were maintained in ledgers while the death certificates are in partly printed formant. The funeral home was located in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington, D.C. The records date from 1875 to 1945.
Autograph letter signed to Stephen Van Rensselaer. Georgetown [District of Columbia]: 21 February 1828, small 4to, 2 pp.
The collection contains 13 letters written by Midshipman Cuthbert Druitt while he was stationed with the Royal Navy at Plymouth, England and Montreal, Canada. Also included is one letter written by Captain Cochran along with Druitt's Certificate of Health.
ABBREVIATIONS: ALS - Autograph Letter Signed
Correspondence, notes, and newspaper clippings by and about the Smith, Mills, and Dimitry families. The bulk of the collection is correspodence.
See finding aid to Richard X. Evans 1 (GTM-710101).