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Johns Hopkins University

 Corporate Entity

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Edward Lucas White papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS-0056
Overview Edward Lucas White (1866-1934) was a classics teacher and author of historical romances, short stories and poetry. The papers span the period 1885-1934 and consist of correspondence, writings, printed material, and personal papers.

Emily Walcott Emmart papers

 Collection — Box: 1 [31151030048130]
Identifier: MS-0145
Overview This collection contains items regarding the "Badianus Manuscipt," of which Emmart wrote a translation and commentary.

Francese Hubbard Litchfield Turnbull papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS-0229
Scope and Contents This small collection gives a glimpse of the literary life of Baltimore in the late nineteenth century. Francese Turnbull was an author and patron of the arts. This collection is not her complete papers but deals with two of her interests: the patronage of Sidney Lanier and her membership in the Woman's Literary Club of Baltimore. The material on Lanier briefly describes the Turnbull's friendship with Sidney and Mary Day Lanier and details some of the activities the...

Johns Hopkins University collection of vintage games and toys

 Collection
Identifier: MS-0843
Overview The Johns Hopkins University collection of vintage games and toys is an artificially assembled collection of materials purchased and selected by the curators of Special Collections. It spans from 1796 to 1972.

Margaret Donaldson Boehm papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS-0044-a
Overview Margaret Donaldson Boehm was born in Baltimore, MD in 1894. She attended Roland Park Country School and later The Johns Hopkins University where she was a student of Arthur O. Lovejoy, professor of Philosophy. The collection consists of 47 diaries (1910-1956) of Margaret Donaldson Boehm; one diary (1883) of her father, G. Herbert Boehm; letters (1928-1951) of Henry Woodd Nevinson and his wife, Evelyn Sharp; and a copy of Miss Boehm's master's essay (1925), "The Conception of Pride in 17th and...