Found in 1087 Collections and/or Records:
Photocopies of Delbert Barney's correspondence with government and ecclesiastical officials. He describes an eye-witness account of the "transfiguration" of the Mormon Church President Brigham Young into the likeness of Joseph Smith in 1844 and discusses Blacks and the Mormon priesthood.
Materials that were found in a book held by the Latter-day Saint Church Historical Department. Collection includes a greeting card, love letter, copy of a quote, and a short printed biography (photocopy).
Contains correspondence, newspaper clippings, certificates, speeches, essays, and periodicals. Much of the materials deal with Bates's historical studies and writings, including the production of the film Reflections. Also included is an autobiographical sketch by Edward Wootton, Bates's father. Materials date from between 1958 and 1981.
Handwritten letters and reports. Forty-four of the items deal with Baxter's activities during the Civil War. Many of them were written by Baxter and by other participants. They deal with a wide range of military matters including the Battle of Gettysburg in 1863 and the Battle of the Wilderness in 1864. Also included is official and family correspondence kept while Baxter was in Honduras.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.