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George Cruse autograph album

 Collection — Folder: 1
Call Number: RH MS P968

This collection includes the autograph album of George Cruse, who lived in Mulvane, Kansas. It includes entries from grade school classmates, friends, and family dated from January through March 1901. According to census records, George was born in Rockford Township, Sedgwick County, Kansas in 1890 to parents F.M. and Dora Cruse. He had one younger sister, Hazel, born in 1892.

Dates: 1901

Hattie Haskell autograph book

 Collection — Volume: 1
Call Number: RH MS C70

Autograph album owned by Lawrence, Kansas resident Harriet (Hattie) Haskell. Individuals signing her book often included a reference to a bible verse or a quotation in addition to their signature, as well as their location from where they were signing or residing. Most of the signatories lived in Lawrence, Kansas.

Dates: approximately 1880-1887 (mostly 1880-1882)

Ronald Johnson holograph books

Call Number: MS D214

Two holograph notebooks kept by poet Ronald Johnson containing inscriptions, including poems, artwork, and tipped-in materials by fellow writers and artists. The majority of the inscriptions date from 1963-1967, but there are also inscriptions from the 1970s and even the 1980s in the second notebook, which also includes art and inscriptions that appear to have been collected at the Aspen Institute in the summer of 1967.

Dates: Majority of material found within 1963-1967

Tintown Internment Camp autograph book

 Collection — Volume: 1
Call Number: MS K34
Overview Autograph book compiled in November and December 1923 in no. 2 Camp, Tintown, The Curragh, Ireland. The volume mostly consists of entries by Tipperary, Kilkenny and Laois prisoners, but also includes entries from prisoners removed from Cork, Kerry and Dublin. These individuals were imprisoned by the Irish Free State for fighting, or being suspected of fighting, on the Anti-Treaty side of the 1922-1923 Civil War. Individual entries often note the date and provide a poem, quotation, or other...
Dates: November 1 - December 12, 1923