Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Collection Description This collection of family papers contains family history information, marriage certificates, deeds, a friendship book belonging to Alice Griffin, and correspondence between Alice, her friends and family and her future husband J.J. Angus. Routine correspondence and the friendship book includes mention of women’s rights, abolition, Quakers, and the Sodus Bay Phalanx utopian community. Patents of J.J. Angus and schoolwork of D.J. Angus are included in the family papers.Correspondence...
Scope and Contents Collection contains numerous postcards and souvenir postcard booklets, as well as travel guides, maps, and other ephemera, primarily depicting locations, art, and architecture in France and Germany. The collection also contains a smaller amount of similar materials relating to Monaco, Netherlands, Canada, and the United States. While most postcards are blank, some contain personal notes from their collector, Philo Holcom, Jr., and others contain messages that Holcomb sent home to his family in...
Dates: Majority of material found within 1917-1919
Content Description Collection contains correspondence and personal papers of Frederick G. Humphrey and William F. Humphrey, Jr. relating primarily to their military service during World War II. Also included are photographs of the twins as boys and in their uniforms. The collection also contains additional family papers including a diary with entries dating from 1942-1943 from the twins' first cousin, Eloise Jennifer Humphrey and World War I era post cards to their aunt, Pearl (Humphrey) Keene, from her future...
Dates: circa 1857-1949
Scope and Contents Double-post scrapbook/photograph album, 265 x 340 mm. 45 leaves. Black cloth over boards with "My Memory Book" and the round Oberlin College seal stamped in gold on cover. Contains photographs, correspondence, postcards, theatre and concert programs, collegiate and general ephemera all documenting the family, social, and collegiate life of Marjorie Rae Babcock at her home in Harbor Springs, Michigan, and her attendance at Oberlin College, Ohio and subsequently Michigan State Normal College...
Dates: 1913 - 1939; Majority of material found within 1913 - 1917
Collection Description Collection includes documents, articles, postcards, photographs, brochures and other printed materials, badges and memorabilia collected by Kuxhaus. Materials document his tour of duty with the 81st Squadron and his leisure time activities. Some photos of family and friends are also included.
Collection — Box 1: [Barcode: aspace.r.480.Box.1]
Collection Description The collection includes envelopes and postcards cancelled by the Michigan Soldiers’ Home post office. Each page of the collection contains the item and a typed explanation of the cancel. The collection also includes images of the Soldiers Home and letters and postcards to and from residents of the home collected separately.
Scope and Contents One postcard album, 147 x 210 cm. 24 leaves. Black pebbled cloth over thin boards with "Souvenir Postals" stamped in gold on cover. Label on rear paste-down: "Manufactured by the Heinn Co., Milwaukee, Wis." Each leaf has die-cut slots, within a white art nouveau tendril border, to accommodate one postcard per side. Contains 42 black-and-white photographs, mostly Real Photo Post Cards (RPPC); 25 are stamped "[William J.] Goodfellow" and one "[John H.] Taylors Studio." Both photographers...
Dates: ca. 1905-1915
Scope and Contents 297 letters, postcards, and greeting cards for the most part sent and received by members of the Shumway and Kummerwold families of Duluth, Minnesota. These date from July 1940 to early 1946, with a smaller grouping from 1953 to 1954. Most are postmarked Duluth, Minnesota; some contain newspaper and magazine clippings and photographs.The 80 letters sent to Robert Shumway from his parents Claude and Luella relate details of life at home and frequent news of relatives, friends,...
Dates: 1940-1954; Majority of material found within 1943-1946
Content Description Documents, photograph albums, and a uniform related to Clara Stoup's (later Crossley) YMCA service during World War I. She was mostly active in France. One photograph album appears to document Clara's family life after the War.
Dates: circa 1917-1920
Collection Description The Thornquist papers include handwritten and bound class notes from his Harvard Law School coursework with annotations, newspapers with headlines of significant events including World War I and U.S. presidential politics. He also has a small collection of picture postcards and art cards from European travels. The collection also includes Justice Court docket book from Ottawa County, Michigan, Oct. 22, 1849–April 3, 1862 of cases heard by Justices of the Peace Henry Pennoyer, 1849-1851, George...
File — Box 1
Scope and Contents 49 leaves. Black cardboard; back cover missing; string binding extremely fragile; some leaves are loose. Contains approx. 285 black-and-white photographs, most of them glued or taped onto the album leaves, many are loose. Some with captions written in white pencil or directly printed onto photograph. Also contains approx. 99 postcards (two of which are significantly torn), 11 drawings (Clara is presumed to be the creator of these), and 9 clippings; inclusive dates are presumed to be roughly the...
Dates: Event: 1914-1918