Contains photographs of the launch of the SS Georgetown Victory at the Bethlehem-Fairfield Shipyard, Baltimore, Maryland, and of her traveling under the Sydney Harbour Bridge in Sydney, Australia. Also included, clipping re the ship’s running aground off Killard Point, County Down, Northern Ireland, in 1946.
The St. Albans Press Collection contains pamphlets and other printed items from St. Albans Press, a private printing press operated by Stephen Augustus Hurlbut. The collection focuses primarily on ecclesiastical works, some of which are in Latin. The materials include hymns, poems, and Christmas and Easter cards. One letter from Stephen Augustus Hurlbut to Eric F. Menke is present, too.
Includes photographs of U.S. President William Howard Taft speaking and “reviewing the Third Sunday Brigade” at St. Aloysius Church in Washington, D.C. Also includes photographs of the Church's interior.
School log book of student attendance for St. Mary's Mixed (Catholic) School, Cresswell, Staffordshire, England, beginning June 29, 1863 and ending June 19, 1902. Printed title with autograph entries in various hands. Maintained by the principal teacher. Dealer's note: This log book is particularly interesting as it is for a Catholic school in a community where the local lords of the manor, the Draycotts, refused to accept the Anglican religion at the Reformation.
Manuscript notes and articles by Marion Stancioff on Catholicism and a range of humanitarian interests such as art, education, literature, philosophy, as well as economics and politics. Includes correspondence with friends in both English and French on many of the foregoing topics. Notable letters are from Dorothy Day, Anne Fremantle, and Ezra Pound. Family letters are also included.
“Star Spangled Banner,” autograph manuscript, signed by Francis Scott Key, Washington, D.C., August 29, 1842.
The Robert Stein papers contain correspondence, leaflets, pamphlets, transcripts, and questionnaires. The first part of the papers pertains to International Peace and this is in folders 1 through 9. The rest of the collection is about phonetics and spelling reform. Most of Stein's correspondence is to him and there is correspondence to John R. Connelly, William Schley Howard, and James Geddes, Jr. Note: Click on "External Documents" below for a link to the finding aid for the collection.
Articles and reports written and collected by Georgiana G. Stevens, relating to mid- and late-twentieth-century water supply crisis in Middle Eastern countries, particularly Jordan.
The John F. Stevens Papers consist of correspondence, manuscripts, news clippings, books, photographs, blueprints and maps collected by John F. Stevens. The Papers are arranged in 8 Series according to subject and material type, in 11 boxes and 1 map case drawer.
The Ralph Straus papers consist of 19 folders of individual correspondence received from numerous well-known British writers and artists. Arrangement is alphabetical by surname. Content is social as well as literary with references to Straus' books.
Abrreviations used include RS (Ralph Strauss); ALS (autograph letter signed); AMsS (autograph manuscript signed); TLS (typed letter signed); TMs (typed manuscript).