John William Draper letter, New York City, to Count A. Gurowski, undated [probably between 1840 and 1882] 1 item
Andrew Duncan, Jr. letter, [Edinburgh], to "My dear Sir.", undated, [probably between 1793 and 1832] 1 item
Francois Magendie letter, [Sannois, now suburb of Paris], to Dr. Boulard, undated, [between 1800 and 1855?] 1 item
Women's Health Project poster, undated 1 Linear Foot
James Monroe Deems manuscript musical scores, undated 1.2 Linear Feet — 3 items
Collection includes three manuscript musical scores for piano. One entitled "Glissando March, Jas. M. Deems" (3 pp.), may have been written by Deems. Another score entitled "Pas-de-deux" (7 pp.) bears the penciled notations "Auber, Performed by Mad. Celeste, Arranged by Jas. Deems." The third score (2 pp), untitled, is a march. It may or may not relate to Deems.
We want aid that advances women [poster], undated 1 Linear Foot
Collection comprises a poster protesting against IMF that Aggr[e]vates Inequality and Disempowerment of "poor southern women." Published in Quezon City, Philippines. Images reflect the areas women wish funding to be directed instead, including ecofeminism, reproductive health, leadership organizing, education, economic development, and promoting programs that end violence against women.
Adamos manuscript, undated 1 item
This signed note from Allemant reports that he will be unable to visit that evening.
Pierre-Joseph Desault rapport des experiences de M. Cheveuil sur la section de la Symphise du pubis, undated. 1 item
A. Vulpian letter, undated. 1 item
Ph. Ricord papers, undated. 2 items
Armando Guevara Ochoa Music collection, undated 2 Linear Feet — 50 Items
Manuscripts, photocopies of manuscripts, and ozalid reproductions of scores and parts of Guevara Ochoa's compositions. Several contain performance and editorial markings.
Bookplate collection, undated 0.5 Linear Feet — approx. 400 Items
Edward Cowles note, undated. 1 item
Marianne North letter to Dr. Jessop, undated 0.1 Linear Feet — 1 item
Collection comprises an autograph letter from Marianne North to Dr. Jessop, dated May 22, requesting that Jessop provide details about the possible sale of manuscripts of her ancestor, Roger North.
Thomas Robert Malthus letter, undated 0.1 Linear Feet
Collection comprises an undated letter from Malthus to his publisher, William Clowes, regarding a proof correction for an advertisement in one of his publications. In it he also asks if he has misdirected the mailing of his previous corrections, and wonders if they were received in time. The letter was orignally laid in a copy of "An Essay on the Principle of Population...," Duke University, Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collections, volume A-16 M261E.
Lydia Howard Sigourney letter, undated 0.1 Linear Feet — 1 item
[Ad?] Richard papers, undated. 2 items
Cessna Aircraft Company Spring Training Play Book, probably 1972 0.1 Linear Feet
Collection comprises handouts of the aircraft sales training presentation that used an analogy to a football game to organize the information. Includes pages for the attendee's notes, as well as charts, graphs, financial information, and quizzes. Divided into sections: prospecting, consultant, interviewing, salesmanship, proposals, demonstrating, and scoring.
Henry Noel Brailsford letters, probably 1911. 0.1 Linear Feet — 2 items
Collection comprises two letters from Henry Noel Brailsford to (John Howard?) Whitehouse, probably written in 1911. In the first letter, dated 31 January, Brailsford urges Whitehouse to get his Committee to cooperate with the Conciliation Committee in getting a Conciliation Bill passed ("... the P.M. is more likely to listen to your Committee"). Brailsford also tries to enlist Whitehouse to help him find new members for the Conciliation Committee: "If you see any Liberals who are good suffragists & are not averse in principle from working with Tories, I hope you will invite them to join us." In the second letter, dated 3 March, Brailsford discusses Whitehouse's decision to resign and urges him to reconsider. The resignation was (presumably) over the Conciliation Committee's handling of an inquiry into the violent clash between suffragettes from the Women's Social and Political Union and the police on 1910 November 18 at the House of Commons. On stationery of the Conciliation Committee for Woman Suffrage. Includes transcripts for both letters.