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Found in 1103 Collections and/or Records:

Beard, Collins, Fisher and Weaver families correspondence, 1816-1901

 Series — Box 1: [31197231567402], Folder: 1-6, item: 1-64
Identifier: MSS 339
Scope and Contents Series contains various correspondence sent to and composed by members of the Beard, Collins, Weaver, and Fisher families; all are related, the Weaver family in an undetermined way. The correspondence was sent between 1816 and 1901. The majority of the letters have no specified or unusual purpose; some do include genealogies of families, political conversations, and mentions of financial worries.

Beard, Collins, Fisher and Weaver families family history and financial records, 1839-1894

 Series — Box 1: [31197231567402], Folder: 7-8, item: 65-70
Identifier: MSS 339
Scope and Contents Series contains genealogies and financial statements, receipts, and records from the Collins, Beard, Weaver, Fisher, and Burton families. The records and papers date from 1839 to 1894, with no apparent chronological system or order. The financial records appear to consist mostly of receipts of specified purchases by certain members of the above named families. The name of the store or merchant is also made clear.

Beard, Collins, Fisher and Weaver families of Illinois and Ohio papers

 Collection — Box 1: [31197231567402]
Identifier: MSS 339
Overview Handwritten letters, family histories, genealogies, deeds, wills, cash receipts, statements, mementoes, and a draft exemption of Joseph Weaver. The materials were created by the Beard, Collins, Fisher, and Weaver families of Illinois and Ohio. Joseph Weaver was exempted from the draft during the American Civil War because he was able to get a substitute. This Joseph Weaver may have been Joseph Myrtle Weaver (1832-1913), an American author.

Beard, Collins, Fisher and Weaver families of Illinois and Ohio other documents, 1852-1864

 Series — Box 1: [31197231567402], Folder: 9-11, item: 73-76
Identifier: MSS 339
Scope and Contents Series contains a will, a certificate of draft exemption, and advertising flyers promoting tourism. The advertisements are undated; the draft exemption certificate is date October 10, 1864; the will of Edward Collins, May 27, 1852. Additionally, there is no context given for the storing of the flyers, which attract potential tourists to "New York After Dark" and to travel on the Saint Louis and Tennessee River by steamboat.

Princess Beatrice letter

 File — Folder 1: [31197230310416]
Identifier: MSS SC 1247
Scope and Contents Handwritten and signed letter dated 13 February 1937. The document is addressed from Kensington Palace and relates the princess' feeling on the Building of the King George IV Memorial Nurses' House.

Beatrice Sparks collection of fan mail, 1972-2005

 Series — Box 10: Series 5 [31197227645360]
Identifier: MSS 2224 Series 5
Scope and Contents Materials include letters Beatrice Sparks has recieved in response to her books. Many include personal content and stories related to the themes in Spark's books. The other letters are mostly from students responding to an author for a school asignemnt. Dates range 1972-2005.

Beatrice Sparks correspondence, articles, and other materials on her books, 1971-2000

 Series — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 2224 Series 2
Scope and Contents Materials primarily include correspondence with publishers and readers regarding many of the books, including Almost Lost, Annie's Baby, Go Ask Alice, Jay's Journal, Key to Happiness, It Happened to Nancy, The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, Voices, and "Sparks Grateful-Gram", with brief synopses of some of the stories. Some of her responses are also included. The personal letters are mostly hand written with their mailing nevelope attached. Other material includes articles and promotional posters...