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Benjamin Silliman and Benjamin Silliman, Jr. were both 19th century American chemists and original members of the National Academy of Sciences. The collection spans the years 1816-1871 and consists of 28 autograph letters from both Benjamin Silliman and Benjamin Silliman, Jr., and one eulogy of Benjamin Silliman.
Edward McDonald Greenway, Jr. was born in New York in 1820. The collection spans the years 1737 to 1876 and consists of approximately 250 items of correspondence and some legal documents. The correspondents are primarily prominent lawyers, politicians, statesmen, and figures of the Revolutionary War from Maryland.
This collections consists of one leather bound volume that contains nine notes and autographs; six in German, three in English. The entries range in date from 1862-1863 to 1880.
James Roberts Gilmore (1822-1903) was an American author who often used the pseudonym "Edmund Kirke." This collection includes letters collected by Gilmore from literary, political, and popular individuals of the 19th century. The letters span the years 1820 to 1903.
Paul Johnson illustration printout of Edgar and Betty Sweren's house and exhibition catalog of Sweren book collection
This collection includes a printout of a color illustration by artist Paul Johnson of Edgar and Betty Sweren's house, as well as a published Loyola-Notre Dame Library exhibition catalog detailing the Swerens' book collection. These items were created in April 2016.
Robert Bruce Toulston was a professor of German at Johns Hopkins University for thirty-seven years. Collection consists of condolences, notebooks and notes, bound plays (German, and English translations of Italian), and theater and concert programs from 1908-1953.
The papers in the Slack Family Collection have been artificially arranged and consist largely of correspondence collected by Susan Brune Randall and her daughter, Elizabeth Randall, to form an autograph collection spanning 1853-1928. The collection does not include any significant information regarding family or business interests.
The collection is formed by five large bound scrapbooks containing cartoons, essays, poetry, newspaper articles, and illustrations that describe events and military/political figures prominent in the period of the First World War, 1914-1918.