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The University history scrapbooks collection contains 34 volumes of newspaper clippings and articles featuring Johns Hopkins University history and notable accomplishments by its faculty and students from approximately the 1840s to the 1980s.
Unnatural Resources was a handbook published annually in the Fall that included information and guides to the city, the campus, the administration and various political groups. The records consist of issues of the handbook, later retitled The Hopkins Guide to Living in Baltimore, from 1981-1985.
The collection consists of a commonplace book of poetry, prose, and song compiled by Ursula Banfield between 1833 and 1838. Sources date to the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.
The USS Constitution is a wooden-hulled, three-masted heavy frigate of the United States Navy, named by President George Washington after the Constitution of the United States of America. This collection consists of two wood fragments – one large, one small – from the U.S.S. Constitution (commonly referred to as Old Ironsides).
Copied from dealer description: [Valentine Victorian Sweetheart Fan]. [Np. c. 1890s]. Folding hand fan. 8½ x 14½ inches (opened). Six die-cut vanes; heavy card stock, embossed and printed by chromolithography in color and metallic inks; vanes interwoven with a cream silk ribbon; a brass grommet pivots at tail. Bright gilt; sharp die-cut edges; very good.
Vernon L. Lidtke (born 1930) was a Johns Hopkins professor of History. Collection consists of material dating from 1948 to 2005, including correspondence (which makes up the bulk of the collection), criticism, and files related to professional speeches and publications.
This collection consists of a broadside from 1534 that illustrates counterfiet coins. The text is written in German.
The Vertical Reference File is an "artificial" collection consisting of newspaper clippings, magazine articles, curriculum vitaes, and other informational materials concerning Hopkins-related topics, such as individuals, buildings, athletic events, and lecture series. Files on individuals often contain obituaries or other biographical materials.