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Books of judgements in Pennsylvania and New York, 1852-1869, with C. C. Murray as the plaintiff.
Typescript (carbon copy) of "The Haskell Family of Weathersfield, Vermont, 1787-1933, compiled by John Gideon Haskell," and typescript (transcript, carbon copy) of the "Will of Roger Haskell of Beverly, , copied from the original on file in Essex County Probate Office."
This copy of a manuscript by Jonathan Carson describes the relationship of the John Brown Anti-Klan Committee and the Black Liberation Army to the robbery of a Brinks armored car on October 20, 1981 in Nyack, New York, where a security guard and two policemen were slain. The manuscript traces the author's own experiences and includes his perspectives of various other political action groups, including the Ku Klux Klan and the Weather Underground.
Lillian B. North wrote of her life as a busy homemaker, activist, and wife. She and her husband, Frank, resided in the rural town of Batavia, New York. Lillian's diary tells of daily activities including her involvement in the women's suffrage movement. It also details her chores, errands, and meetings of the many organizations to which she belonged.
A single photograph of rabbis in New York City protesting against abortion.
Trader's personal records of Eugene Chauvet (journal, historical essays, natural history, family papers, logbooks, vade-mecum, child's sketches, and other related materials). The principal part of these papers is his "Ephemerides": a semi-journal particularly devoted to natural history (especially agricultural botany), his family life, illnesses, politics, logbooks of his travels, and to the history and description of Réunion Island in the Indian Ocean.
Legal document: passport for US ship: engraved form filled in by hand. Signed by James Monroe as President and by by J.Q. Adams as Secretary of State. Counter-signed by David Gelston, Collector.
William Culver (1853-1919) was an amateur photographer who settled in Topeka, Kansas, where he opened a hardware store, Culver and Bailey, in 1886. This collection contains correspondence, architectural drawings, photographs, letters, photography paper, maps, and other materials related to Culver's personal and professional interests.
- New York (State) 3
- Abortion -- Public opinion 1
- Bank robberies -- New York (State) -- Nyack 1
- Colorado -- Photographs 1
- Diaries 1
- Haiti 1
- Hardware stores -- Kansas -- Topeka 1
- Illinois -- Genealogy 1
- Iowa -- Genealogy 1
- Judgments -- New York (State) 1
- Judgments -- Pennsylvania 1
- Kansas -- Genealogy 1
- Mexico 1
- Nantes (France) 1
- New York (State) -- Genealogy 1
- New York (State) -- Photographs 1
- Paris (France) 1
- Photographers -- Kansas 1
- Rabbis -- New York (State) -- New York 1
- Radicalism -- United States 1
- Réunion 1
- Temperance 1
- Topeka (Kan.) -- Pictorial works 1
- Vermont -- Genealogy 1
- Women -- Diaries 1
- Women -- Suffrage 1 ∧ less
- Adams, John Quincy, 1767-1848 1
- Black Liberation Army 1
- Carson, Jonathan, 1948- 1
- Chauvet, Eugene, 1819- 1
- Culver, William, 1853-1919 1
- Haskell family. 1
- Haskell, John Gideon, 1832-1907 1
- Haskell, Roger, 1613-1667 1
- Hillard, Moses 1
- John Brown Anti-Klan Committee 1
- Ku Klux Klan (1915- ) 1
- Monroe, James, 1758-1831 1
- Murray, C. C. 1
- North, Lillian B.R., 1881-1963 1
- United States. President (1817-1825 : Monroe) 1
- Weather Underground Organization 1 ∧ less
- French 1
- Hebrew 1
- Malay 1