Found in 52 Collections and/or Records:
Personal and military documents of Lt. Morris Cooper Foote, 9th Infantry, United States Army, along with related Congressional documents. Included in the collection is a manuscript diary recording Foote's experiences from 1866 to 1869 in Alaska (its first 19 months as a U.S. territory) and from 1869 to 1871 in the Department of the Platte.
A manuscript diary for 1860 kept by a doctor named Ostrom Stephen Lont, from Mazeppa, Wabasha County, Minnesota. Accompanying the diary are around 40 unidentified carte-de-visite portrait photographs and two Lont family bibles.
Correspondence, including letters from George Shuster and Kerndt Healy, CSC; a diary (1916); teaching material, including gradebooks, student papers, handouts and lecture notes; printed matter, including books, pamphlets, sheet music, and magazines; and photographs.
Correspondence, manuscripts of essays, poems, diary entries, biographical sketch, obituary, and a pencil sketch of Father William Corby. Correspondents include James F. Edwards.
Notes taken by Father Peter E. Hogan, SSJ, on Martin John Spalding, Archbishop of Baltimore, the books he wrote, and the history of his family; consisting chiefly of typewritten information taken from books, clippings, and manuscripts; including a transcription edited and indexed by Hogan of parts of Spalding's journal, 1860-1864, with such headings as Short Accounts of Louisville Institutions, Register of Correspondence with Propagation of Faith, and Diocesan Correspondence.
Diary (1866-1878) containing financial records; exercise book (1870-1875) containing translation exercises.
In Latin, French, and English.
Photocopies of entries Derrick wrote while at Notre Dame installing an organ in the original Church of the Sacred Heart; with related clippings and a letter, 1956.
Also available on microfilm.
A collection of personal papers of the "millionaire socialists" Anna Strunsky Walling and William English Walling and their family, mostly dating from the 1920s and 30s. Included are more than 500 letters to, from, and between Strunsky-Walling family members, and two diaries of Anna Strunsky Walling.
A manuscript diary kept during the Civil War by Theresa Milburn, a young woman living on a plantation in Avoyelles Parish in central Louisiana.
A short-entry Civil War manuscript diary of Confederate States soldier Thomas Benton Alexander, written as a member of the 1st Tennessee Heavy Artillery Regiment, Company B (3rd). Much of the content dates from the final year of the war, when Alexander was captured at Mobile Bay and imprisoned at Elmira, New York.
A Civil War manuscript diary of Confederate States trooper Thomas J. Barb, written as a member of the 1st (Dobbin's) Arkansas Cavalry Regiment. Entries extend from 18 June to 11 September 1863 and include accounts of several key engagements in Arkansas, including the attack on Helena and the defense of Little Rock.
A personal diary maintained by Confederate veteran Thomas Kemp Cartmell, mostly during the late war years and Reconstruction, 1864-1866. The entries were written at the Cartmell family estate, "Retirement," in Frederick County, Virginia.
Journals, ledgers, sermon and lecture notes, 1904, 1916- 1917; and the "Official List of the Officers who were in the Campaign of Mexico in 1847."
This collection contains manuscript material created by or related to the Watson Family of Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Included are various autograph manuscripts, indenture releases and a mortgage, poetry, legal manuscripts, a passport, two diaries belonging to John and Martha Watson, and a manuscript containing a personal memoir and a Native American speech.
A volume including manuscript diary entries dated from August 1863 to October 1864 written by Civil War soldier William Cline, as a member of Co. B, 73rd Ohio Infantry. The book also includes a 53-page memoir chronicling Cline's service from 1861-1863.
A manuscript diary recording the experiences during the California gold rush of William H. Zerbe of Berks County, Pennsylvania.
Three diaries with daily entries for 1854, 1855, and 1859 kept by William Shepherd, a textile factory worker from Blackstone, Worcester County, Massachusetts. A fourth volume in the group is a sort of mourning notebook kept by Shepherd in the 1850s.