Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains a scrapbook, which has newspaper clippings and pictures of Edward Kavanagh as well as early Catholics and Churches of Maine. Additionally, there is typed and handwritten letters concerning the history of the Catholic Church in Maine. Finally, there are small pictures of churches and historic buildings in Maine. The material ranges in dates from the early 1920s to the 1940s.
This collection contains two volumes belongin to Ernest H. Vaughan. The first is contains his notes taken during lectures pertaining to law of corporations from 1883. The second is a scrapbook with newspaper clippings pertaining to when John F. Fitzgerald, Mayor of Boston, vetoed an order, which granted rights and locations throughout Boston to the Metropolitian Home Telephone Company in 1906.
This scrapbook includes programs from ceremonies and banquets held to commemorate the centennial of Georgetown University. It also contains newspaper articles concerning the events from publications in Washington D.C., Boston, New York, Baltimore and Germany. It was given to the president of Holy Cross at some point after the celebrations.
This volume contains clippings from newspapers written by and about H. Martin Williams from various Missouri newspapers. The topics of the clippings include Williams’ writings on the single tax movement as well as poetry and biographical information.
This scrapbook contains photographs of Potter’s activities during World War II. There are 44 pages of photographs from England, France, Belgium and Germany. Most of the images show people in uniform; the hospitals in which he served; activities around the hospital as well as military equipment such as tanks, V1 bombs, bomb damage, etc.
This collection contains one small scrapbook of a trip to the Alaska-Yukon-Seattle Exposition kept by James A. Athy during the summer of 1909. The volume contains newspaper clippings and other ephemera of the excursion. Additionally, there are photographs of the Exposition and ephemera, which is believed to have been a part of the original scrapbook.