Report on the correspondence and papers of George William Series FRS (1920-1995), physicist in Reading University Library

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If the most solemn asseverations of a man are sufficient to give credit to his report—If the honor and veracity of a the slaves and other personal property (Prince William County Deed Book Q, –31 [Original source: The Papers of George Washington, Colonial Series. Approximately fifty letters written by William Whitman Bailey to Susan Wright between and have been placed in the William Whitman Bailey Papers in the Natural Science Manuscripts Group. Correspondence between Susan Wright and her husband is also in the Arthur Williams Wright Papers. Title: George A. Malcolm papers Creator: Malcolm, George A. (George Arthur), Dates: Extent: 11 linear feet, 1 oversize folder Abstract: Justice on the Philippine Supreme Court, founder of the Law School of the University of the Philippines, and attorney general of Puerto Rico. by Wheeler family () in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide Within the Political/Post-political series of the Joseph Wheeler subgroup, the letters and correspondence cover such topics as patronage, a variety of U.S. Postal Service issues, military appropriations, claims and pension settlements, the development of Muscle Shoals on the Tennessee River, Alabama politics, .

William J. Maloney was a neurologist and a member of the Irish independence movement in the United States. The Maloney Collection of Irish Historical Papers contains material relating to the history of Ireland from the beginning of the Fenian movement to the proclamation of the Irish Republic. I. Dana family papers I, This series consists of correspondence, legal documents, miscellaneous notes, lectures, speeches, clippings, and printed material. Subseries A contains general family correspondence. Subseries B-G are arranged by family member. A. General correspondence. Correspondence [series]. The Correspondence series (; linear feet) is by far the largest series in the Osborn papers. As a public figure, Osborn corresponded widely and frequently with other notables, business associates, and a legion of acquaintances and admirers who had known him as newspaper publisher, governor, businessman, mining and land speculator, and author. Scope and Contents of the Collection. The William Lescaze Papers consists of biographical material, correspondence, drawings (renderings, sketches, etc), photographs, photo panels, slides, and other formats. It has been divided into ten series; items relating to a given project may therefore be found in several series; the researcher is advised to review the entire finding to ensure locating.

George Washington dominated his era like few other Americans. Yet the complexity of the historic events he was involved in and the sheer magnitude of his correspondence--the most voluminous in colonial America--can be overwhelming for goal of this volume is to make the larger-than-life figure of George Washington accessible to modern researchers.4/5(2). William M. Fenton [series] The William M. Fenton series (;.5 linear feet) consists primarily of documentation of his Civil War career, but only scant materials about his political activities. Of interest in addition to correspondence and official documents is a record book from the 8th Michigan Infantry that he maintained. The report McCoy wrote was submitted to the secretary of war in January , and appended to the report of the committee on Indian affairs of the house of representatives. Though the committee favored the passage of an emigration bill, it was not until , that such a . Series 2: John Hughes Cochran family papers, s 3 boxes: These three boxes contain the family papers of John Hughes Cochran. Included are his sons William Roland and John Thomas, as well as his son George Washington “Jack” Cochran’s wife Georgia Hawkins, and their descendants.

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Miscellaneous items in the Frear papers include five notebooks from the s dealing with foods and fungi, a list of Frear's writings and some general correspondence which includes a subpoena.

Included in this subgroup is a folder of various political pamphlets collected by Frear dealing with tariffs, Garfield, and the sins of Democrats in general. Although Wythe's lecture notes from his teaching days at William & Mary are thought to have been extant as late asno collection of George Wythe's papers or correspondence has survived to the present day.

Instead, the list below derives from Wythe's contemporaries. As a leader of the Revolution, Wythe exchanged correspondence with many of the notable men of his time and it is from their. George William Russell was an Irish poet, essayist, playwright and novelist who wrote under the pseudonym AE.

Scope and arrangement This is a synthetic collection consisting of manuscripts and typescripts, correspondence, financial documents, and portraits. The William Williams Papers contain correspondence, reports, notices, photographs, scrapbooks, and other items from Williams' terms as Commissioner of Immigration at Ellis Island and correspondence, reports, minutes, and additional items from his tenure as Commissioner of the Department of Water Supply, Gas, and Electricity.

George William Series, physicist: born 22 February ; Lecturer, St Edmund Hall, OxfordFellow (Emeritus); Professor of Physics, Reading University (Emeritus); FRS Author: DEREK STACEY.

This volume of The Frederick Douglass Papers represents the first of a four-volume series of the selected correspondence of the great American abolitionist and reformer. Douglass’s correspondence was richly varied, from relatively obscure slaveholders and fugitive slaves to poets and politicians, including Horace Greeley, William H.

Seward, Susan B. Anthony, and Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. There is some information about his bank presidency in the Cameron Family papers, Seriesin correspondence between George Mordecai and Duncan Cameron. There is also a good deal of George's business correspondence mixed in with the Cameron family correspondence.

Title: George Sackville Germain papers Creator: Sackville, George Germain, Viscount, Inclusive dates: Extent: 6 linear feet Abstract: The Lord George Sackville Germain papers contain the political and military correspondence of Germain, British military officer and secretary of state for North America during the American Revolution.

The Papers of George Washington, Revolutionary War Series, vol. 19, 15 January – 7 Apriled. Philander D. Chase and William M. Ferraro. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, The Papers of George Washington 1 April September George Washington.

Edited by David R. Hoth and William M. Ferraro. Throughout volume 20 of the Presidential Series, George Washington looked forward to retirement from public life, preparing a farewell address to announce his intention and leave behind guiding principles for the nation.

The papers span the years and are arranged in two series. Series I, April, includes all of Emory's work with the various survey commissions. Series II, August, begins with Emory's service at Fort Arbuckle and includes all papers relating to the Civil War and the few scattered items relating to the rest of Emory's.

William Miller Papers 5 Container List G. William Miller’s Subject Files Container 1 A National Accord, 9/79 Administrative Records/Kennedy [Campaign, ] Advanced Schedule, [1] Advanced Schedule, [2] Agents - Public Speaking Engagements, 11/80 Allied Chemical Annual Report of the Inspector General for Fiscal Year, The alphabetical index to the General Correspondence series, which contains political and business correspondence, is available here.

Guide to searching the William Henry Seward papers finding aid Archival finding aids display collection materials hierarchically in categories of similar items called series. Description of Series. The Thomas Jefferson Papers are divided into ten series as follows: Series 1: General Correspondence, Incoming letters and copies of outgoing letters, drafts of state papers and memoranda, Jefferson's "anas," and other papers.

Arranged chronologically with enclosures following covering letter. This series contains correspondence, including some letters of George William Erving; deeds, wills, and other legal papers; diary fragments; bills and receipts; membership certificates; news items and annotated newspaper clippings; and miscellaneous papers.

The papers of William Whitman Farnam include correspondence and topical files relating to family matters, Yale University, and New Haven Park Commission activities. The papers are arranged in boxes, totalling linear feet.

The collection is organized in three series: I. HENRY FARNAM, ; II. HENRY W. FARNAM, ; and III. The papers of army officer and first U.S.

president George Washington () held in the Manuscript Division of the Library of Congress constitute the largest collection of original Washington papers in the world. They consist of approximat items accumulated by Washington between andincluding correspondence, diaries, and financial and military records.

Manuscript/Mixed Material George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Alexander Scammel, AugReport on Negroes in the Continental Army Enlarge View 2. In early July at Dogue Run Farm, thirty-five-year-old Priscilla gave birth to Christopher, her sixth living child.

1 She did not resume working in the fields until five weeks later. Priscilla’s husband and Christopher’s father, Joe, was likely unable to see much of his newborn son. Like many enslaved couples at Mount Vernon, Priscilla and Joe lived separately. An important sequence of Palmerston's correspondence with Sir George Villiers has been published in the HMC Prime Minister's Papers series, Palmerston I: private correspondence with Sir George Villiers (afterwards fourth Earl of Clarendon) as minister to Spain ed.

Series VIII--George Caleb Bingham (-) Series IX--Lee Book (-); Restricted Correspondence (-) Contents List. Series I-Lecture and Teaching Materials George William Brown and His Influence on the Johns Hopkins University-Hugh Hawkins Box-folder Scope and Contents of the Collection.

The George Schuyler Papers is divided into four series: correspondence, memorabilia, printed material and writings. Correspondence (, undated) contains miscellaneous correspondence and correspondence relating to American Opinion, American Opinion Speaker's Bureau, and Monrovia, Liberia.

InMr. Hill began collecting papers, audiovisual materials, and memorabilia from members of the 8th Air Force. Hill passed away inand the 8th Air Force Memorial Museum Foundation (8AFMMF) currently coordinates the acquisition and transfer of historical materials from veterans of the 8th Air Force to the archive at Penn State.

The business papers include accounts, bonds, correspondence, and notes and receipts, chiefly pertaining to William Wattsand Fleming Saunders, but also various members of these families. The legal papers include court dockets and memoranda of William Watts, documents, and wills.

The papers provide copious biographical material about William C. Bullitt throughout his life although the materials are much thinner on his youth before There is also a small amount of material concerning Louise Bryant, Bullitt's second wife, including correspondence in Series I, photographs in Series IV, and subject files in Series VI.

Collection Summary Title: William Jennings Bryan Papers Span Dates: Bulk Dates: (bulk ) ID No.: MSS Creator: Bryan, William Jennings, Extent: 18, items ; 59 containers and 7 oversize ; linear feet Language: Collection material in English Location: Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

Summary: Author, lawyer, orator, United States. Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 1. General Correspondence. George G. Meade, January(General Court Martial Orders) Contributor.

Legal papers and correspondence re. land - Francis Holland, Jr. and Tapley Holland - Legal papers and correspondence re. land - Joel Burt - Legal papers and correspondence re.

John Haynie league - Legal papers and correspondence of Brettell and Hamman Law firm (includes account book) - General correspondence includes incoming and outgoing correspondence of Henry George on family, political, and business matters.

Henry George's letters to his wife, Annie Fox George, and elder son, Henry George, Jr., are included here; their letters to him are in Series VI (Family Papers). The George S. Hellman Papers contain his correspondence, writings, research notes, scrapbooks, photographs, and printed material.

The General Correspondence,contains his letters to and from fellow students and professors at Columbia University, letters concerning his activities as editor of East & West, as art and manuscript dealer and collector, as well as correspondence with.

The series are: "Specimen notes and illustrations," "Travel logs/Field notes," "Manuscripts and related notes," "Lecture notes," "Correspondence regarding biographies on Joseph Leidy, Samuel George Morton and William Maclure," "Professional Correspondence," "Edward Drinker Cope's collection of Joseph Hyrtl papers," "Academy of Natural Sciences.The series contains some correspondence with Charles B.

Davenport, William James, Hugo Münsterberg, George H. Palmer, George H. Parker, and Josiah Royce, Yerkes' professors at Harvard University. In the period before World War I, it was not uncommon for Americans to pursue graduate studies abroad, particularly in Germany.Correspondence, notes, and drawings relating to hearing and devices for the deaf; files on the oscilloscope; files relating to his student work at Yale, his teaching career at Cornell, and his subsequent research at California Institute of Technology; correspondence files; personal and family papers; and bound volumes including biographical papers, reprints, news clippings, and patents.