Contains 38 Results:
Collection consists of 10 items of Maryland author, Betty Adler (1918-1973). Included are two letters, a literary map of Baltimore (MD) and several clippings from "The Baltimore Sun" (March 11-21, 1973).
Collection consists of two letters written (August 23, 1861 and October 28, 1861) to Johnny Wilde in Selma, Alabama from Emile Bailey in Wilmington, North Carolina at the outbreak of the American Civil War.
Collection consists of a carbon typescript in the form of a letter, dated January 14, 1938. It describes aerial attacks and subsequent invasion of Wuhu, China by the Japanese army in December 1937.
Benedict Arnold (1741 – 1801) was a general during the American Revolutionary War, who fought for the American Continental Army, and later defected to the British Army. The collection consists of a forgery of a note from Arnold () as well as later correspondence debating its authenticity from 1942 and 1951.
Authors Junto was a group formed for the purpose of improving the skill of composition. Members were allowed to assume the names of American Revolutionary figures. Collection consists of an undated, printed, signed constitution for the association calling itself, "Authors Junto."
Collection consists of one undated letter of Francis M. Balfour written from Trinity College, Cambridge University. Most likely the letter was written to Johns Hopkins professor of biology, Henry Newell Martin. Balfour wrote of a proposed memorial to Charles Darwin and an endowment for a professorship of physiology at Trinity.
Newton Diehl Baker was United States Secretary of War from 1916 to 1921. Collection consists of one carbon-copy typescript of a letter from Baker, dated January 4, 1915, to Thomas Randolph Ball, registrar of the Johns Hopkins University.
Nora Barlow (1885–1989) was the granddaughter of the British naturalist Charles Darwin and a scholar of his work. Collection consists of one letter of Nora Barlow to Johns Hopkins University professor, Maurice Mandelbaum, written January 25, 1959, and one reprint of Mandelbaum's article, "Darwin's Religious Views," published in 1958.
G.T. Beauregard (1818 – 1893) was a Confederate general during the American Civil War. Collection consists of one letter, dated November 5, 1873, written to Maryland historian J. Thomas Scharf. Beauregard describes the participation of Maryland troops in the battle of Manassas (also known as the Battle of the 1st Bull Run).
Collection consists of one article from "The Johns Hopkins News Letter" describing a speech given by peace activist, Philip Berrigan, on the Hopkins campus, February 8, 1973.