Found in 495 Collections and/or Records:
Materials include the typescript for the freedom of thought lecture given by John K. Kane in 1841. The typescript is on the back of Elisha Kent Kane's stationery and there are handwritten notes on the typescript probably by him as well. Dated approximately 1841.
Typescript for Elizabeth Wood Kane's 1858-1860 journal, recorded on onion skin paper, that includes some handwritten notes. Produced by some of Kane's family members, including Elisha Kent Kane. Dated 1858-1860.
Materials include typescript copies of Elizabeth Wood Kane's journal of 1860 to 1863. Both typescripts were created by family members. The first volume is labeled "Original - First Half" and includes typescripts for the journal entries between 1860 and 1861. The second volume is labeled "Civil War Years" and it contains all the journal entries of 1860 through 1863. There is a loose piece of paper with handwritten notes on it that seems to be torn from one of the volumes. Dated 1860-1863.
Typescript of Elizabeth Wood Kane's journal, created by her Kane family members. Includes typescripts of letters found in the journal and handwritten notes. Journal entries are from 1868 to 1870. Dated 1868-1870.