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Dante Alighieri, 1265-1321 1
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North End Union Records, 1903-1998

 Collection — Container: MS 7110
Call Number: MS 7110
Abstract This collection documents the North End Union’s efforts to strengthen the Italian-American community of Boston’s North End through education, fitness, and job training programs. Established in 1892 by the Benevolent Fraternity of Unitarian Churches, the North End Union served the neighborhood until 1998 by providing adult training courses, senior support, the nation’s first supervised child care center, and a wide range of youth programs. The primary goals of the North End Union were to enhance...
Dates: Majority of material found in 1903-1998; Other: Date acquired: 00/00/1998

Ziba B. Oakes Papers

 Collection — Container: MS Am. 322
Call Number: MS Am. 322
Abstract The 652 letters in this collection document the business dealings of Ziba B. Oakes, an enslaver and broker of enslaved persons, who lived in Charleston, South Carolina. The letters were written by several business associates and cover all aspects of the trade of enslaved persons such as financial transactions, sales instructions, and fugitives from slavery. Oakes’s real estate business and other financial matters are also documented. There is no correspondence from Oakes.
Dates: 1852-1857

Edwin O'Connor Papers

 Collection — Container: MS Am. 1600
Call Number: MS Am 1600
Abstract This collection documents the life and career of American novelist Edwin O’Connor. It contains correspondence, copies and drafts of his written works, published reviews, and some autobiographical materials relating to his years as a student at the University of Notre Dame, his service in the US Coast Guard, and his professional career as both a radio announcer and writer.
Dates: 1937-1969; Other: Date acquired: 09/22/1971

Mary Boyle O’Reilly Papers

 Collection — Container: MS Acc 624
Call Number: MS 5087
Abstract This collection consists of fifty-seven letters documenting the career of philanthropist and World War I correspondent Mary Boyle O’Reilly (1873-1939), daughter of Irish author and Fenian John Boyle O’Reilly. Mary Boyle O’Reilly was a foreign correspondent for the Newspaper Enterprise Association and was at one time a resident of Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts. The collection’s correspondence, written by such political figures as Henry Cabot Lodge, Thomas Power O'Connor, Hugh Gibson, and Theodore...
Dates: 1879-1937; Majority of material found in 1910-1930

Elizabeth Palmer correspondence with Joseph Pearse Palmer

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Call Number: MS Ch M.2.2. pt. 3
Scope and Contents The subjects of the 20 letters in this collection written between 1771 and 1785 by Elizabeth Palmer to her husband Joseph Pearse Palmer range from her doubts of ever being happy with him, her concerns about the family’s finances, and her desire to have the problem between John Hancock and Palmer’s father, General Joseph Palmer, resolved.
Dates: 1771-1785

Paris International Exposition of Art and Technology in Modern Life, 1937

 Collection — Container: MS 39478
Call Number: MS 5058
Abstract The twenty-four silver plated photographs in this collection are of the German and Soviet pavilions that were built for the 1937 Paris International Exposition of Art and Technology in Modern Life. Also included are panoramic views of the two pavilions with the Eiffel Tower, the Trocadéro, and various fountains and gardens.
Dates: Other: Undated

Thomas William Parsons Correspondence

 Collection — Container: MS C.1.8
Call Number: MS C.1.8
Abstract This collection contains 50 letters written by Thomas William Parsons (1819-1892), Boston poet and translator of Dante.

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Dates: 1848-1882; Other: Date acquired: 00/00/1938

Isabel Carret Peirce Correspondence

 Collection — Container: MS 3869
Call Number: MS 3869
Abstract This collection contains fourteen letters written to Isabel Carret Peirce (1831-1888) of Lincoln, Massachusetts, between 1850 and 1888. Letters written to Isabel from her sister Adeline date from 1870-1888 and describe life on a Cuban sugar plantation during and after the Ten Years War (1868-1878). Letters written to Isabel from her mother, sisters, and aunt in Massachusetts during the 1850s discuss local trips and other family news.
Dates: 1849-1888

E. A. Phelps British Anti-Slavery Society Papers

 Collection — Container: MS ACC 1044-1055
Call Number: MS Acc 1044-1055
Abstract Written by the committees of the British and Foreign Anti-slavery Society in 1845, these resolutions protested the imprisonment of anyone who assisted a runaway slave in the southern United States.
Dates: 1845

Mary Elizabeth Phillips correspondence with Robert Kegerries

 Collection — Container: MS 4003
Call Number: MS 4003
Abstract This collection documents the research conducted by Mary Elizabeth Phillips from 1915-1917, when she was writing her biography about Edgar Allan Poe. The majority of the correspondence is to Robert Kegerries, the renowned Poe dramatist.
Dates: 1915-1926; Majority of material found in 1915-1917

Frost, Robert correspondence with Cyril Clemens

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Call Number: MS Am. 119
Abstract This collection of letters from Robert Frost to Cyril Clemens documents Frost’s interactions with Clemens, a cousin of Samuel Clemens [Mark Twain]. Among the topics discussed are the Mark Twain Award, Frost’s opinions on certain 19th century humorists, and his views on American politics.
Dates: 1928-1962; Other: Date acquired: 02/04/1963

Joseph W. Robertson Correspondence, 1862-1865

 Collection — Container: MS 7095
Call Number: MS 7095
Abstract This collection contains eighteen letters written by Joseph W. Robertson, a Union soldier from Fall River, Massachusetts, to his wife Phebe, and an unnamed sister. Robertson joined the Union Army in New Bedford, Massachusetts on January 11, 1861. The letters recount daily life in Union-occupied Beaufort, South Carolina.
Dates: Majority of material found in 1862-1865; Other: Date acquired: 04/00/2012

Luther A. Roby Papers

 Collection — Container: MS 7172
Call Number: MS 7172
Abstract This collection documents Luther A. Roby’s career in the shipping industry and contains records relating to the management of his ships and shipping related business.
Dates: 1835-1901; Other: Date acquired: 05/00/2013

John Ruskin correspondence with Lucia and Francesca Alexander

 Collection — Container: MS 5086
Call Number: MS 5086
Abstract This collection contains 300 letters, dating from 1882-1889, which document the personal and professional relationship between John Ruskin (1819-1900), Francesca Alexander (1837-1917), and her mother, Mrs. Francis Alexander (1814-1916), (nee Lucia Gray Swett). Originally from Boston, Massachusetts, the Alexanders met John Ruskin in Italy in 1882 and they immediately began corresponding. Many common themes run throughout the letters such as the writers’ emotional and physical well-being, art,...
Dates: 1882-1889

Mary Shaw Collection

 Collection — Container: MS 2863
Call Number: MS 2863
Scope and Contents This collection contains 204 items, the majority of which are letters addressed to Mary Shaw, actress and suffragette, during the years 1882 to 1908. These letters focus mainly on planning professional and personal social engagements. News surrounding the theater community is also discussed. Letters from her business partner George Fawcett (1860-1939), outline his plans for their jointly owned theater company and its finances. In addition, there are 18 written letters by Shaw to her sister,...
Dates: 1899-1914; Majority of material found in -

S.H.M. Clinton Collection of Sacco-Vanzetti Material

 Collection — Container: MS 7408
Call Number: MS 7408
Scope and Contents The S.H.M. Clinton Collection of Sacco-Vanzetti Material documents the case of Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti, two Italian anarchists, who were charged with robbing and murdering Frederick Parmenter and Alessandro Berardelli at the Statler-Morrill Shoe Company factory in Braintree, Massachusetts on April 15, 1920. Sacco and Vanzetti were executed in Charlestown State Prison on August 23, 1927. Also included are small collections of papers of Mary Donovan Hapgood and Catharine Huntington....
Dates: 1920-1977; Other: Date acquired: 00/00/1982

Social Justice Collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Call Number: MS 7403
Abstract This collection documents the social justice movements and grassroots activism efforts in Boston, Cambridge, and surrounding areas but also throughout the United States from 1968-1983. The topics reflect counterculture ideologies, shifts in social and political thought, and major cultural movements, such as anti-nuclear, anti-war, busing, civil rights, feminism, and housing and tenant rights. Materials include flyers, brochures, leaflets, pamphlets, posters, and newspapers.
Dates: Majority of material found in 1968-1983

Society of Printers Collection

 Collection — Container: MS 7107
Call Number: MS 7107
Abstract This collection documents the activities of the Society of Printers and includes meeting minutes, correspondence, keepsakes, and meeting announcements.
Dates: 1905-2018; Other: Date acquired: 00/00/2002

Import Test Collection

 Collection
Call Number: 99999
Scope and Contents Description/Scope Test
Dates: 1066-1492, 1999; Majority of material found in 1400-1450; Other: Date acquired: 12/11/1968

Eleanor Spaak Collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Call Number: MS 5039
Abstract This collection documents the journalistic career of Boston native Eleanor Spaak, who wrote a design and society column for Home Furnishings Daily from 1965-1968 and also published articles in Newsday and Ladies Home Journal. In her columns, Ms. Spaak documented the latest trends in fashion, design, art, and architecture. Moreover, she also reported on the lives of actors, artists, members of...
Dates: 1965-2011; Majority of material found in 1965-2004