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This collection consists of subject files and reports, mainly concerning development, from circa 1978 to circa 1991.
Wilbert E. "Bill" Locklin served as Vice President and Assistant (?) to President Milton Eisenhower. This colleciton includes correspondence and reports reflecting university business, 1965-1976, including copies of letters sent to President Milton S. Eisenhower and two handbooks: "An Experimental Approach to English" and "The Undergraduate at Johns Hopkins."
William A. Chrystal was a pianist, composer, arranger, and conductor based in the Pittsburgh area for most of his career. He attended the Peabody Conservatory in the 1950s and earned degrees in piano performance. The William A. Chrystal papers contain music manuscripts, programs, clippings, professional documents, and sound recordings.
The notebook (1865-1885) which forms this collection is a bound, holographic volume containing unpublished poetry and prose of William Benson, Jr. Biographical information of William Benson, Jr. has not been found. It is likely that Benson was a physician residing in Baltimore, Maryland.
William Bland is a pianist and composer who graduated from the Peabody Conservatory with a doctor of musical arts degree in 1973. His papers include manuscript and photocopied scores of his compositions.
William Bullock Clark was an American geologist born in Brattleboro, Vermont on December 15, 1860. The papers consist of correspondence, invoices, and a scrapbook spanning 1888-1925.
Collection consists of one hand-written petition to the House of Commons, February 15, 1830. The bound manuscript numbers eight pages. Cobbett's address was presented during the end of Tory rule. In the petition, cobbett argued for economic and political reform and the relief in agricultural areas where the farmers were seriously deprived.
William Dwight Pierce, born in 1881, led a class at the U.S, Department of Agriculture's Bureau of Entomology during the Fall of 1918. This collection is comprised of a folder of typed and mimeographed minutes, lecture notes and reports all produced for a class on the Entomology of Disease, Hygeine and Sanitation.
The collection consists of a mimeographed typescript, "The William Gates Collection," Sections C-G, and contains correspondence between William Gates and General Gildardo Magana about the Mexican revolutionary, E. Zapata. It also includes photos of Mayan inscriptions.