Buckler, W.H. (William Hepburn), 1867-1952
- Existence: 1867 - 1952
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Edwin Litchfield Turnbull (1872-1927) was a musician who helped create both the Johns Hopkins University and the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. The collection spans the years 1881-1971 and consists of approximately 400 letters, photographs, loose newspaper clippings, juvenile notebooks, and 13 scrapbooks of newspaper clippings relating to musical, social, or other events.
Collection — Box: 1 
Scope and Contents The manuscript in this collection is an incomplete, holograph copy of the constitution which was adopted by The Iron and Steel Roll Hands Union and The Associated Brotherhood of Iron and Steel Heaters, Rollers and Roughers. It was adopted at their joint meeting in Indianapolis, Indiana, August 3, 1875 but its usefulness was short-lived as the union the following year merged and became The Amalgamated Association of Iron and Steel Workers. The manuscript is incomplete lacking several pages...
Overview This is an artificially-assembled collection with manuscript items selected by curators in Special Collections. This collection contains diaries, postcards, letters, and other material related to history and life in Maryland, 1818-2015 (Bulk: 1818-1957).
Series — Container: 2, Folder: 4
Scope and Contents Correspondence between William Hepburn Buckler and correspondents including Brent Keyser and Johns Hopkins University President Frank Goodnow, 1917-1920. The following was copied from the dealer's description: "On offer is a fascinating, significant, original group of 14 letters, six written by William Hepburn Buckler who was a prominent and respected Baltimore lawyer whose post WWI work involved establishing the League of Nations. Prior to that Buckler who practiced law in Baltimore, Maryland...
Collection — Box: 1 
Overview William H. Buckler (1867-1952) was an archaeologist, lawyer and diplomat. This collection consists of one program for "The Tempest," 1902, one photograph of W.H. Buckler, 1908, and the thesis of William Charles Dunning, "The Diplomatic Career of William Hepburn Buckler," 1954.