Contains 22 Results:
Edna St. Vincent Millay (February 22, 1892 - October 19, 1950) was an American lyrical poet and playwright and the first woman to receive the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry. Collection consists of a one page letter containing a 14-line handwritten poem. An envelope is included and post-marked in New York in 1954, four years after the author's death.
Joseph Eastburn Winner (1837-1918) was an American composer and music publisher. This collection consists of a lyric sheet for his Contraband's Song of Freedom, an American Civil War song dealing with African Americans and slavery, dated 1865.
Ferdinand Jandrisevits of of Bergenland, Austria was born October 1, 1906 and died February 11, 1984. This collection consists of 1 card and 2 letters dated 1935 from Ferdinand Jandrisevits of Bergenland, Austria to family in Pennsylvania.
Daniel Garrison Brinton (1837 – 1899) was an American archaeologist and ethnologist. Collection consists of one letter (undated) from Brinton to "P."
Two volumes of notes taken in the 19th century on Geistenberg's letters (1760-1800).
One volume of notes on two articles about Johannes Rothe: "Report on Rothe's Chastity" and "New Announcement about Johannes Rothe."
A notebook of notes taken during a paleontogy course taken at Johns Hopkins University in 1893, likely by a student named David Ellsworth Roberts.
Francis Elias Spinner (1802-1890) was an American politician from New York. He was Treasurer of the United States from 1861 to 1875. The item is his clipped signature.
This collection consists of an unpublished typescript with hand-written corrections of a manuscript entitled "China and Western Imperialism: a study of the motive forces of modern empires." It was written in Englewood, New Jersey, and dated 1903.
Three pages of sheet music inscribed: "To Mr. Warren H. Williams, with compliments of Jack L. Ottenheimer," dated 1900.