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Glen F. Brown papers: Geological Reports

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Identifier: GTM-010327
Scope and Contents Geological and mineralogy reports, along with some geological journals. Most of the material relates to the United States Department of Interior Geological Survey Saudi Arabian mission, and was published by either the USGS or by the Saudi Arabia Ministry of Petroleum and Mineral Resources. Some miscellaneous geological studies of other areas are included, as well as scattered symposium proceedings and geological journals. Box descriptions are not exhaustively inclusive, as the collection...

James Percy Brown journal

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS258
Collection-level Scope and Content Note Of diplomatic, historical and literary value, the Journal of James Percy Brown documents the life of a wealthy young American living in Paris from 1834-1835 during the reign of Louis Philippe. As the nephew of noted senator James Brown, ambassador to France from 1823-1829, Percy Brown entered Paris as a well-connected socialite. Undoubtedly, his family's prestige is what also enabled him to obtain a position as an attach‚ at the United States Legation working under Edward Livingston and Thomas...

John L. Brown papers 1

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS167
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The John L. Brown Papers consist of 99 folders of correspondence from literary and artistic luminaries including writers Sylvia Beach, John Dos Passos, Anne Fremantle, Katherine Anne Porter, Alice B. Toklas; philosopher Jacques Maritain; photographer Brassai; poets Marianne Moore, Wallace Stevens, and Giuseppe Ungaretti, and many more. Correspondence is arranged alphabetically in one series. John Lackey Brown was born April 29, 1914, in Ilion, New York. His father was Leslie Beecher...

John L. Brown papers 2

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS205
Collection-level Scope and Content Note This second acquisition of the John L. Brown Papers consists of 271 folders of alphabetically arranged correspondence with prominent twentieth-century graphic and performing artists, composers, publishers and writers including Josephine Baker, George Braziller, John Cage, Albert Camus, Marc Chagall, Carlos Chavez, Henry Steele Commager, George Dillon, John Dos Passos, Angna Enters, Paul Flamand, Gaston Gallimard, Julien Green, Alfred and Blanche Knopf, Claude Levi-Strauss, Jose Limon,...

John L. Brown papers 3

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS253
Collection-level Scope and Content Note Scope Note: This third acquisition of the John L. Brown Papers consists of some 60 folders of correspondence with twentieth century artists, scholars and writers. Notables include artists Huseyin Halit, Loren McIver and her husband, poet Lloyd Frankenberg, Lilian Mckendrick, Irene Rice Pereira and Antoinette Schulte; art critic and historian Roger Avermaete; historian Henry Steele Commager; and writers Jacqueline Bernard, Faith Berry, Elizabeth Borton de Trevino, Lewis Galantiere, Elsa Gress,...

John L. Brown papers 4

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS353
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The John L. Brown Papers: Part 4 represent the extensive personal papers of author, poet, critic, diplomat, and man of letters John L. Brown, who served as U.S. cultural attache to Brussels (1954-1958), Rome (1958-1962), and Mexico City (1964-1968) and as a longtime professor of literature at the Catholic University of America. The massive collection contains correspondence with noted individuals, chronological correspondence, manuscripts by Brown, notebooks, materials for lectures and courses...

Uriah Brown papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS275
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The Uriah Brown Papers contain land surveys, indentures, and deeds documenting land ownership in Baltimore County, Maryland and in the city of Baltimore in the early nineteenth century. Uriah Brown was a surveyor by trade, and many of his surveys are preserved in this collection. The documents are dated from 1796 to 1834. This collection provides important details for the study of Baltimore history. The documents are arranged alphabetically by individual. The Uriah Brown Papers are stored in...

Jean Baptiste Brunet papers

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Identifier: GTM-860527
Collection-level Scope and Contents Note The dates on these letters and documents are from the calendar of the French Republic, therefore all converted dates have been signified as approximate dates. The Republican Calendar had 12 months of 30 days each, with the year beginning on the anniversary of the founding of the Republic: 1 Vendemaire 1st year (September 22, 1792). The years reflected the number of years since the founding of the Republic, so that a date reading "1 Vendemaire 10th year" would be the equivalent of September 22,...

John Gilland Brunini papers

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Identifier: GTM-821027
Scope and contents note The Brunini Papers offer an interesting, inclusive day-by-day account of the life activities of a Catholic writer during a sixty-year period (1915 to 1977). His literary aspirations, his manuscript rejections, and his everyday activities (i.e., '"when writing you work yourself up emotionally") are covered in-depth in the Correspondence section of the papers (Boxes 1-4). Brunini's letters also present an interesting sidelight into local New York sights and scenes during this period, i.e. Cosmos...

John C. Bucknill papers

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Identifier: GTM-761214

Grace Bumbry collection

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Identifier: GTM-10

John F. Burgess papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS407
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The John F. Burgess Papers document the career of John F. Burgess, an advisor to President Ronald Reagan during the 1980s. The collection includes a small amount of correspondence to Burgess by individuals, including President Reagan. In addition, the Burgess Papers contain printed materials concerning the funeral of President Gerald R. Ford, documents regarding the Old Executive Office Building, and items deriving from the Presidential plane "Air Force One." Certificates awarded to Burgess are...

Tom Burns papers

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Identifier: GTM-110610
Scope and Contents Note The Tom Burns Papers document the life and career of British Catholic author and long-time editor of "The Tablet" Tom Burns (1906-1995).The Tom Burns Papers contain correspondence with a number of individuals, including a small amount of correspondence with notables, such as Tom Dilworth, Eric Gill, Rev. Robert A. Graham, S.J., Harman Grisewood, Rene Hague, Basil Hume, and Michael Richey. Also included are documents about David Jones and Michael Richey. A run of a fascinating...

B. W. Butler papers

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Identifier: GTM-180519
Scope and Contents The B.W. Butler papers, in the University Archives prior to 1970, consist of a single item, the autobiography of George Bent, born in 1843 to a Cheyenne mother, Owl Woman, and a St. Louis fur-trader William Bent. While an account of Bent's remarkable life was eventually produced by one of the editors of this work, it remained unpublished for nearly 50 years (Life of George Bent: Written from his Letters. George E. Hyde, editor. University of Oklahoma Press, 1968) while this manuscript was...

Butrick, Richard P., papers

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Identifier: GTM-011011
Content Description Correspondence, manuscripts of photographs primarily relating to posting as U.S. Foreign Service officer in China during the Sino-Japanese War. (1937-1945). Files arranged as follows --1. TLS 12/2/1948 from Harry S. Truman 2. Correspondence 1933-1994 3. Awards and certificates 4. Typescript reminiscences of China and Japan by Butrick 1927, undated 5. Photographs (printed copies with captions in Japanese) re air/sea Sino-Japanese conflict 1927-1945. Undated. 6. Miscellaneous B/W...

Dorothy Dow Butturff papers

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Identifier: GTM-860602
Scope and Contents The Dorothy Dow Butturff papers comprise 2 boxes of her correspondence used in McClure's book, as well as other letters and related manuscript material. Box 1 consists of correspondence from such White House worthies as Mrs. Roosevelt; James Roosevelt; Malvina Thompson; Edith Helm; and George T. Bye, Mrs. Roosevelt's literary agent. The major portion of the correpsondence deals with a book Mrs. Butturff has proposed to publish. Box 2 contains manuscript copes of Mrs. Butturff's letters as a...

Byington Family papers 1

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS209
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The collection consists of material relating to at least four generations of the Byington family, and includes correspondence, property deeds, biographical information and newspaper clippings organized into the following series:Series 1. Aaron Homer Byington (1826-1910): Correspondence Series 2. Aaron Homer Byington: Manuscripts Series 3. Aaron Homer Byington: Related Material Series 4. Homer Morrison Byington I (1879-1966): Correspondence Series 5. Homer Morrison Byington I, II...

Byington Family papers 2

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS298
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The Byington Family Papers: Part 2 contain postcards, letters, and printed material documenting the life and times of A. Homer Byington and other members of the Byington family. Of interest are postcards to and from A. Homer Byington from Naples, where he served as U.S. consul at the turn of the twentieth century. The postcards describe life in Naples, volcanic activity there, and even an occasion when the King off Italy took of his hat out of respect for an American flag flying over Byington's...

Byington Family papers 3

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS408
Collection-level Scope and Content Note This collection includes 8 letters to and from Aaron Homer Byington from 1844 to 1899. The majority of these are typed letters signed by John Addison Porter to Byington. The letters cover a broad range of topics including Washington Cabinet appointments, Connecticut Senatorial races, consular salaries, significant newspapers, the Republican Party, the Spanish-American War, and Byington's son, George. Also included in the collection is an autograph signed letter from Aaron Homer Byington to his...

C. S. Forester ephemera collection

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Identifier: GRB-000002
Collection-level Scope and Contents note The C.S. Forester Ephemera Collection contains Book Catalogues, manuscripts of and correspondence concerning fan-written Horatio Hornblower stories, and scripts for "The Hornblower Story" radio program, advertisements for "Day of the Longbow" and "African Queen" television series, and various movie posters and stills. It also contains newspaper clippings pertaining to writings of and adaptations of C.S. Forester stories, and the research files of George M. Barringer for a bibliography of...

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