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Formal title:
John Galsworthy letters
Extent:
0.02 linear feet (1 folder)
Date range:
1910-1931
Abstract:
This collection contains four letters written by English novelist and playwright, John Galsworthy (1867-1933), to admirers and acquaintances.
Repository:
Redwood Library and Athenaeum
Collection call no:
RLC.Ms.515
Formal title:
Susanna Valentine Mitchell Gammell papers
Extent:
6 linear feet
Date range:
1896-1976
Abstract:
The Susanna Gammell papers is primarily comprised of manuscript drafts, notes, and typescripts of Gammell's writings. The types of materials include essays, novels, short stories, plays, poems, diaries, journals, speech material, and some correspondence. The collection also includes manuscript plays written by her father, Langdon Mitchell.
Repository:
Brown University Library
Collection call no:
Ms. 89.18
Formal title:
William C. Gibbs papers
Extent:
0.01 linear feet (1 folder)
Date range:
1822-1823
Abstract:
This collection consists of one letter and a commission, both signed by William C. Gibbs (1789-1871) during his term as governor of Rhode Island.
Repository:
Redwood Library and Athenaeum
Collection call no:
RLC.Ms.542
Formal title:
Andrew E. Gibson papers
Extent:
8 Linear Feet (19 archival boxes)
Date range:
1890-2000 (bulk 1944-2000)
Abstract:
These papers document and focus on Andrew E. Gibson's career as a government official, corporate executive, and professor at the Naval War College. The collection consists of many elements including but not limited to: correspondence, writings, speeches, deck files, books, proposals, critiques, legislation testimony and charts.
Repository:
Naval War College (U.S.). Naval Historical Collection
Collection call no:
MSC-242
Formal title:
Anne MacVicar Grant letter
Extent:
0.01 linear feet (1 folder)
Date range:
1831
Abstract:
This collection consists of one letter from Anne MacVicar Grant (1755-1838), a Scottish poet, to Lady Charlotte Bury (1775-1861), a British author and poet.
Repository:
Redwood Library and Athenaeum
Collection call no:
RLC.Ms.517
Formal title:
Ulysees S. Grant letter
Extent:
0.01 linear feet (1 folder)
Date range:
1877
Abstract:
This collection consists of one letter from Ulysses S. Grant (1822-1885), 18th President of the United States, to his friend regarding his plans for after his presidency and his opinion on the Election of 1876.
Repository:
Redwood Library and Athenaeum
Collection call no:
RLC.Ms.518
Formal title:
William Greene letter
Extent:
0.01 linear feet (1 folder)
Date range:
1784
Abstract:
This letter from Governor William Greene (1731-1809) to the sheriff of Newport County, William Davis (fl. 1784), gives direction on when and how to announce the success of the Treaty of Paris (1783) between the United States and the King of England.
Repository:
Redwood Library and Athenaeum
Collection call no:
RLC.Ms.576
Formal title:
Russell H. Greenan papers
Extent:
3 linear feet
Date range:
1925-2006
Abstract:
The papers of Russell H. Greenan include correspondence, literary manuscripts, reviews and publicity, personal materials, photographs, financial records, and legal records. The majority of the collection documents Greenan's career as an author.
Repository:
John Hay Library
Collection call no:
Ms. 2007.001
Formal title:
Emmons Dexter Guild papers
Extent:
100 item(s)
Date range:
1861-1906 (bulk 1861-1865)
Abstract:
The Emmons Dexter Guild papers comprise some 100 items, the bulk of which are letters he wrote to his family in the course of his service in the 1st Rhode Island Cavalry during the Civil War. The collection includes financial papers of the Improved Order of Red Men, Pokanoket Tribe No. 38, a fraternal organization to which Guild belonged, along with items that relate to Guild's role as Aide-de-Camp in the Grand Army of the Republic.
Repository:
Brown University Library
Collection call no:
Ms. 78.20
Formal title:
David Priestly Hall and David Prescott Hall papers
Extent:
1 linear foot (1 record box)
Date range:
1819-1907 (bulk 1854-1907)
Abstract:
This collection contains letters and commonplace books from New York City lawyers, who often spent their summers in Newport, Rhode Island: David Priestly Hall (1798-1868) and his youngest son, David Prescott Hall (1845-1907). Also included is a series of drafts recounting the history of the United States, written by David Prescott Hall as a young child, and letters sent between father and son.
Repository:
Redwood Library and Athenaeum
Collection call no:
RLC.Ms.005

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