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XII Colloques ou dialogues escrits pour l’usage, et l’exercice en la langue francoyse, du M[onsieu]r George Frederic Comte de Solms
This collection is a single volume of dialogues to teach a German prince French and manners. It includes 12 dialogues in French, each with a French-German appendix (consisting of a Nomenclature [vocabulary], a Phraseologia, a list of proverbs, verses, etc.). Most dialogues reflect a young nobleman's daily life.
This collection consists of a photo album of a Kansas one-room school house in the Yapp School District 148, possibly in or near Odessa, Jewell County, Kansas. The teacher was Floy F. Wiley. The school year was 1921-1922. The photo album includes both photos and descriptions.
Secretary and Treasurer's report of the Year Round Club.
The Yeats family was a prominent Irish literary family in the 19th and 20th centuries. This collection includes some of their correspondence, business and personal, along with illustrations created by Jack Butler Yeats and poems written by William Butler Yeats. Also included are materials which belonged to Joseph Maunsell Hone, who wrote a biography of W.B. Yeats.
The Yorks were a family of farmers who settled in Kansas shortly after it became a state. This collection focuses on Oscar York, his siblings, and his children. It includes photographs, letters, legal documents, and records from their family history.
This collection contains photographs of activies from York, Nebraska, with several from the York Business College and St. Ursula's Convent.
This collection contains various information regarding drug education including drug identifications and various records from Young Adult Projects, Kansas City, Missouri.
This collection contains correspondence, ephemera, essays, posters and documents relating to and from the Young Communist League of the United States. Some of the material regards Earl Browder, the General Secretary of the Communist Party of the U.S. in the 1930s and early 1940s.
Young Men's Christian Associations (Garden City, Kan.) constitution, minutes, library record, and list of members.
The YWCA, Yates Branch records are those of a Kansas City, Kansas Young Women's Christian Association affiliate organized in 1913 and dissolved in 1982 after it was absorbed by the Kansas City, Kansas Central Branch YWCA.
Freeman was a Sergeant in the United States Army during World War I. He wrote these letters to Bernice Henderson while serving at Camp Funston, Kansas, and, later, in France. They date from March 24, 1918 to April 6, 1919.
The papers of Zatella R. Turner are those of an African American, native Kansan who was a scholar of and educator in Shakespearian literature.
A native Kansan, Zona Wheeler was a student of Birgir Sandzén at Bethany College, Lindsborg, Kansas. Wheeler came to be a commercial artist, specializing in printmaking and lithography. This collection of her work includes primarily paintings and lithography prints, a well as photographs of Wheeler as a child and of her extended family and network.