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The Rent Notebook which forms this collection is a bound holographic volume, covered in vellum, written in Catalan, 1718-1721. A few pages are written in Spanish. The recording of rents was mostly completed by Don Isodoro de Puig Molto whose signature appears on several pages.
The collection consists of 18 accounts submitted to the Cecil County (Md.) Poor School Fund by teachers wishing to be reimbursed for the tuition of scholars who were unable to pay from 1828-1856.
Charles Mason Remey was an architect, author, and a religious leader of the Baha'i faith. He was born in Burlington, Iowa, May 15, 1874. The collection consists of 154 bound volumes, spanning 1836-1940. In the volumes are personal reminiscences, clippings, photographs, memorabilia, biographical accounts of Mason and Remey family members, and a historical record of the Baha'i faith.
A collection of very rare original hand written documents from the Chinese Cultural Revolution era.
The collection consists of several pages of a Chinese newspaper published February 3, 1940 in Canton, China (Guangzhou). At the time of publication, Canton was controlled by the Japanese army.
The collection consists of one bound holographic ledger (1787-1801) containing copies of petitions from citizens who hoped to purchase lots and estates in Maryland formerly held by persons loyal to the British crown during the period of the American Revolution.
The collection consists of correspondence between Daniel Coit Gilman, Basil Gildersleeve, Nicholas Murray Butler and others regarding obtaining a copy of the Didache manuscript.
David Spring was a professor of history at Johns Hopkins University for forty years (1949-1989). The collection contains notes and references from manuscripts researched by Dr. Spring while in Britain, photocopies of manuscript pages, and course lecture notes. Exact collection dates are unknown, since the collection has not been processed.