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Lester Adams papers

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Identifier: GTM -920101
Collection-level scope and contents note The Lester Adams Papers primarily consist of the official papers and ephemera of Captain Lester Adams, who was part of the U.S. Medical Corps during World War I stationed in the Panama Canal Zone. The papers are arranged in 19 folders and housed in 1 box.The Lester Adams Papers cover Adams' brief service in the Medical Reserve Corps, mainly consisting of military orders, ephemera, and a few photographs. Among Adams' official correspondence are a telegram from Surgeon General William...

Francis A. Barnum, SJ papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS56
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The Rev. Francis A. Barnum, SJ Papers contain a wide variety of material, including correspondence, Fr. Barnum's notebooks on language and other topics, a mass of printed ephemera relating to the World War I and its aftermath, and manuscripts and correspondence on Eskimo languages and Alaska. Note: In keeping with Fr. Barnum's terminology, all references to Central Yup'ik are indexed as 'Innuit.'

Ethel Crocker - Andre de Limur collection

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS344
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The Crocker-de Limur Collection, which consists of two boxes (2.5 linear feet) of documents, brings together a fine historical and literary documents collection gathered by a family of collectors; a small portion of the papers of French diplomat Andre de Limur (1890?-1971); a small part of the papers of Ambassador Aime Joseph de Fleuriau, French Ambassador to Great Britain (1924-1933); French documents from the Bibliotheca Lindesiana concerning political matters in France in the 1790s; and...

Dailey Family collection of World War I materials

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Identifier: GTM-180520
Scope and Contents The collection contains items from two soldiers who served in the United States Army during World War I, Claude F. Gosslee and Milton B. Sweningsen. Gosslee, born in Minnesota circa 1891, remained in the United States during the war. His diary entries provide insight into the life of an ordinary soldier on an American base in the Midwest. Though a few comments about conversations with a sergeant appear, he mainly wrote about his girlfriend. Notably, the entry for November 11, 1918, the date of...

Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection 3

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Identifier: GTM-080701
Scope and Contents Note Miscellaneous Manuscripts Collections consist of letters and documents by and about notable individuals in history, literature, religion, government, and other fields. The items in these collections are gifts and purchases.

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