clippings (information artifacts)
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Found in 117 Collections and/or Records:
Overview George Wills served as assistant to Milton S. Eisenhower following Eisenhower's retirement as President of Johns Hopkins University in 1967. This collection comprises photocopies of correspondence, speeches, reports, and other materials related to Wills's work as assistant to Eisenhower. The collection also includes materials related to Wills's work as chair of the Citizens Commission on the Maryland Government. The collection spans 1954-1982, with the bulk of the collection from 1967 to 1971.
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Overview Glenway Wescott (1901–1987) was an American poet, novelist, essayist and a figure of the American expatriate literary community in Paris during the 1920s. The collection consists of two notecards, three letters, a photograph, and an article from the New Yorker. Materials range in date from 1945-1967.
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Overview Harry S. Dickey was a Baltimore business man and collector, who was born in 1891 and received his B.A. degree from The Johns Hopkins University in 1912. Dickey an admirer of the English poet, Lord Byron. This collection is composed of handwritten letters and poems relating to Byron, as well as published or printed sheet music, engravings, and article clippings. Notably, there are a few handwritten Oscar Wilde letters and poems, as Dickey was a collector of Wilde as well. The collection spans...
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Overview Henry Harry Tuck Hyndman (1876-1942) came from Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania and served a brief service as an artillery soldier in the Spanish-American War in Puerto Rico 1898. This item is a bulging and dynamic album kept by Hyndman. The 80-page scrapbook includes programs, newspaper clippings, pamphlets, broadsides, souvenir medals, letters, and other manuscript items. An army-issued hardtack biscuit with manuscript annotations is included, glued to one of the pages. The scrapbook spans 1893 to...
Overview Henry Harrisse was a scholar and bibliographer whose particular interest was the discovery of America. He was born in Paris in 1829. The collection consists largely of items removed from books in the Harrisse Collection in Special Collections at Johns Hopkins dating from approximately 1876-1910, as well as correspondence about Harrisse after his death, dating from 1937-1941.
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Overview John Henry Sirich, Sr. (1848-1911) was born in West Virginia but moved to Baltimore as a child. He worked his way up from being a clerk, and worked as a manager for the Boston Marine Insurance Co. He was at one time president of the Fire Board and president of the Board of Directors of the City Jail. His son Edward H. received his PhD at Johns Hopkins University. This collection includes 26 scrapbooks full of newspaper clippings regarding politics, as well as 4 handwritten indexes for the...
Overview Johns Hopkins (1795-1873) was a highly successful Baltimore merchant and philanthropist. He left much of his wealth to found a university and hospital in Baltimore. This collection contains manuscripts, photographs and printed material by or about Johns Hopkins and his ancestors, 1743-2005.