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The collection contains manuscript letters and brief notes from Nadia Boulanger to her former student Charles Bleefield, including a letter of recommendation in 1947 and several brief greetings in the two decades that followed. Also included are invitations to two memorial services for Lili Boulanger and an Igor Stravinsky autograph.
Charles Branch Wilson (1861–1941) was an American scientist, a marine biologist. He is known for his extensive work on copepods, minute crustaceans. The collection consists of sixteen notebooks compiled while Wilson was a graduate student at Johns Hopkins, 1894-1896. The notebooks contain lecture notes and laboratory drawings from classes in biology, botany, and physiology.
This small collection contains a postage stamp and a poem written by Charles Bromback from August 1948.
The collection consists of oral history interviews, transcripts, research materials, and exhibit materials that were gathered for an early 21st century exhibit on the development of Charles Center in Baltimore, Maryland.
One letter written by the English author, Charles Dickens.
Charles E. Hoffhaus was an American author. The typescript of "Inside the Mississipi Bubble" written in 1992 details the world's first stock market crash in Mississippi in 1720.
The collection consists of a letter from Charles-Francois Lebrun (1739-1824) to Napoleon, dated March 7, 1813; and a letter from Napoleon's secretary, Claude Francois Meneval to Baron Mounier, dated April 28, 1813 collected by Charles Estes.
The Charles F. Mutter musical scores contain manuscript and printed scores of music by Mutter, a composer and organist who lived in Baltimore around the turn of the 20th century.
Charles Howard Carter was born in Baker, Oregon on April 3, 1927. He was Professor of History at Tulane University and a noted specialist on Spanish and European diplomacy in the sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries.