Europe -- Description and travel
Found in 6 records:
The collection includes information and keepsakes from Stella Aten's travels abroad as well as personal materials.
Diary of Fred Holmes Bowersock's 1886 trip to Europe, with daily expenses. Bowersock, the son of prominent Lawrence, Kansas-based businessman Justin DeWitt Bowersock, was accompanied on this trip to Europe by University of Kansas Professor W.H. Carruth. England, The Netherlands, Germany, Italy, France, Spain, Switzerland, and Austria were in the itinerary. Bowersock took voice, piano, and guitar lessons, visited many landmarks and art galleries, etc.
This collection consists of several loose pages providing fragmentary evidence of an individual's tour through France, Italy, and Switzerland in 1864.
Collection of letters written by Kate Riggs to members of her family while she took a tour of Europe, including the Netherlands, Germany, France, Austria, Italy, and England. Also included in the collection is a family genealogy tracing the various branches of the Riggs family into the eighteenth century.
The collection consists of diaries, correspondence, photos, and other assorted memorabilia belonging to Berenice Boyd Wallace, a long time resident of Paola, Kansas. The collection spans most of Berenice Wallace's life and includes a great deal of information from her 1930 European trip as well as about life in Paola and Wallace's family.
The earliest material in this collection are papers and correspondence of Thomas Russell Smith (1910-1996) including accounts of his travels with his family around the world in 1925-1926 and to Europe in 1929. The bulk of the collection consists of research notes, photographs, drafts, papers and correspondence about the history of cartography. There are also some notes from his course on the history of cartography.