2 edition of Missouri Library Association, 1900-1975 found in the catalog.
Missouri Library Association, 1900-1975
George N. Hartje
Bibliography: p. 27.
|Statement||by George N. Hartje.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||27|
Stubbs, Mrs. S56 Rankin asked Levi to lecture on arachnids. Arizona and Ohio Collection, 1 wallet 0. Box 1, Folder 22 contains two newspaper clippings regarding yellow fever in Mississippi 3 boxes. The materials include scripts, production notes, playbills, and programs.
Birch Jane Morey Harriet M. The second work represented in the colleciton is Ion, as adapted by Dr. From to he was a research associate in Arachnology at the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard. Anderson, John B.
Mainly regards records of yearly scholars and their awards, as well as notice of research. Includes programs for health-related conferences at the University of Mississippi 2 boxes. In and ,Wilton toured Georgia by bicycle, collecting spiders. Publications and circular letters from the American Family Association, a lobbying organization concerned with conservative Christian interests. From to he taught at the University in Austin and from until he retired ?
Saddles of the frontier West
new groundwork of British history
Land tenure adjustment
The wife drought
Ohio gazetteer, and travelers guide
history of the University of Alberta, 1908-1958.
development of timber-framed buildings in the Sussex Weald
Balance carried forward
Surficial geology, Teslin, Yukon Territory
youth of Michelangelo
The Dammed Lakes
The collection bulks with correspondence, lists, and scrapbook material pertaining to Jewish relief organizations, Jews in Texas, and refugee and migration movements. An honorary doctor of law degree was conferred on Allison by Texas Tech University in Secretary Treasurer President Vice-Pres.
Agricultural Catalogs Collection, 1 wallet 0. She developed her abilities as a storyteller as a teacher, while in her spare time, she acted in amateur theatre companies, studied visual arts, learned to type, and took lessons in elocution.
She has been a long-time resident of Hockley County and Levelland, Texas. John Guy Lofton Collection. Powers served as chancellor of the University of Mississippi from to They had one son, H.
Arthur Palmer Hudson Collection. The notebook contains about 52 pages of texts with most being prose compositions. InWhite began studies for a Ph. Small Manuscripts Oversized Riley Day, and Anson's 90th Anniversary Celebration Transcriptions available 1 box.
The majority of the collection is comprised of college and university baseball media guides and press releases from and material relating to the establishment and administration of the Smith Award.
Second, they use the energy of domesticated animals. Grantham's papers hold correspondence and newsletters related to his profession and membership in the Mississippi Chiropractic Association 2 boxes.
Archer, Michael Wade Papers, and undated 3 wallets 0. Includes several printed items on Texas Tech, newsclippings, and early correspondence with Price Daniel. Box 1, Folders 1 through 3 hold a number of items related to the Medical Committee for Human Rights during the civil rights Mississippi Project 50 boxes.
Editing and publishing the diaries and private letters of persons of historical interest, from presidents to ordinary soldiers, became a specialty of his, with nearly two dozen such books to his name, including presidents Truman, Warren G.
Ledger of a Coffeeville, Mississippi physician 1 box. Books filled with new stories and others based on her scripts sold an estimatedcopies by the time of her retirement. Newspapers published by the AAM, as well as a number of mainstream newspapers, are present, along with several folders of photographs, several large scrapbooks, and a small amount of audio and visual material.
Miscellaneous assortment of items related to the noted author Richard Wright. Oes Moines, lA. In leyal. Fairview, N.JULIAN ANDERSON’s first novel, Empire Under Glass, was published by Faber and Faber in She has been a fellow at Bread Loaf and Sewanee Writers Conference.
Photo by Sima Kappeler. WILLIAM BAER‘s first collection of poetry, The Unfortunates (New Odyssey Press, ), has received the T.S. Eliot Award. DON BOGEN’s most recent book of poetry is The Known World (Wesleyan University.
A Bibliography with Emphasis on Evolution, Belief, and Unbelief, Comprised of Works Published from c.
Sydney Eisen and Held at California State University, Spring, A Bradford Book. David J. Depew and Bruce H. Weber UK, from JulyThe Systematics Association, Special Volume No. G. S. Oxford and D. Other Library Resources. For assistance with non-archives resources, check out the main library's subject guides for Biology, Health & Exercise Science, Pharmacy, and Psychology.
The library has created a searchable database on its Mississippi Newspaper holdings. Search by text, year, city, or county to find newspaper titles, time span in the Author: Lauren Rogers.
Santa Barbara County Genealogical Society, Santa Barbara, California. This site contains free database information on County Hospital Cemetery, Goleta Cemetery, News Press extracts index, Santa Barbara County Naturalizationsand a link to the Santa Barbara County Census extract and federal land records.
Washington Star photo archive is in the Martin Luther King Library's Star Collection (DC Public Library) MA: Boston: Boston University's Beebe Communications Library houses a collection of newspaper clippings from the late s to the early s, most or all of which once belonged to the Boston Herald's library.
Cambridge. Poems on Various Subjects, Religious and Moral, written by Phillis Wheatley, an enslaved Bostonian, is published in that city. It is the first book written by an African American woman published in the United States and only the second book in the nation's history authored by a woman to be published.
Art and Literature: Colonial America.