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Apuntes para formar un discurse sobre el mal y el bien de Espanã, escrite de orden del rey de las Sicilias, monarca presunte de las Espanás
Notes to form a speech on the "evil and good" of Spain, written from Naples by Miguel Antonio de la Gándara at the order of Carlos III, king of Spain (1716-1788). Gándara (1719-1783) was a priest born in the Liendo Valley (Cantabria), Spain, who participated in the Concordat of 1753 between Spain and Pope Benedict XIV.
This letter from A. R. Meier, owner of the Meier Electric Company and operator of Radio Station W9CKJ at Russell, Kansas, is to Harold F. Reidl, operator of Radio Station W9VWP at Otis, Kansas. Meier writes to offer for sale a vertical antenna that he intends to replace.
School of Architecture class projects led by Curtis Besinger when he taught at the University of Kansas. Includes architectural surveys of historic sites in Douglas County, the larger state of Kansas, and some locations in Kansas City, Missouri.
This collection consists of 1 set of unbound gatherings, architectural drawings on tissue/tracing paper laid on (some loose). Also includes a loose map of Templedorff area near Potsdamer Tor of Berlin. Handwritten notes (in German) throughout; most on pieces of notepaper glued to leaves.
This collection contains 83 drawings of the William Pitt telescope, 1952 observatory plans, and 1970 astrology cold box.
A description of the Majors home which stands at 83rd Street and State Line (8145 State Line Road in Leawood, Kansas and 8206 Wyoming Street in Kansas City, Missouri) and sketch of the business career of Alexander Majors. There are reproductions of several documents relevant to the history of the house, as well as a floor plan of the home, and photographs of Majors. Majors was a partner in the early western freighting firm of Russell, Majors and Waddell.
This collection consists of class projects aimed at historic preservation in architecture at the University of Kansas; the projects pertain to the residences, farmsteads, churches and public buildings in the Lawrence/Douglas County, Kansas area and include building plans, photos, and interviews with past inhabitants.
Material relating predominately to Arden Booth's time in the Kansas State Senate, with the addition of a small amount of personal materials and some information regarding the radio station KLWN, mostly in the form of letters.
Stock certificate for one $100 share of the Argentine River Improvement & Traffic Company of Argentine, Kansas, given to George G. Barker.
Arithmetic exercise book.
J. Price's manuscript [circa 1805] includes mathematical and financial equations. The untitled manuscript contains sketches on the front and back cover. It was likely created in the United Kingdom.
Arleen Purcell was an instrumental and vocal instructor in Kansas communities including Fulton, Pittsburgh, and Fort Scott. She co-authored the musical play Footprints on the Frontier. This collection of her papers includes a biography and programs for a production of Footprints on the Frontier.
The Armitage Gone! Dance modern dance company was founded by Lawrence, Kansas, native Karole Armitage in 1979. The Armitage Foundation was established in 1985 to oversee the work of Armitage and the dance company. This collection contains budget reports, correspondence, reviews, and other materials related to both the foundation and company.
Business records and account of Arnold & Springer, a general store in White Cloud, Kansas.
The Arthur and Ethel Parks papers are those of a longtime Kansas couple. A businessman, Arthur Parks served for a time as director of the Office of Economic Opportunity for Kansas.
This collection consists of negatives and some prints and correspondence from the photographic studio of Arthur Asa Jellison, who worked and lived in Wilson, Ellsworth County, Kansas in the first half of the 20th century. Individuals photographed in the collection came from Wilson, Dorrance, Ellsworth, Redwing, Corning, Bennington, Claflin, Kanopolis, Dubuque, Holyrood, and Sylvan Grove, Kansas.
This collection consists of the correspondence and business records of Arthur Moore (1666?-1730) and his immediate family in England in the late 17th and early 18th centuries.
Material carried on the maiden flight of the space shuttle orbiter Discovery (STS 41D, August 30 – September 5, 1984) and publicity material associated with the mission.