Found in 68 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of an unbound scrapbook containing 17 pages of newspaper clippings from The Baltimore Gazette and The Baltimore Republican, dating from August 28, 1835 to October 15, 1835. They give an account of the trial of the Bank of Maryland against Thomas Ellicott.
Benjamin G. Kohl (1938-2010) was an author and historian who specialized in the history of the Renaissance. The collection consists of research material and personal papers ranging in date from 1960-2006, including a series of correspondence between Kohl and his mentor, Frederic Chapin Lane.
Charles Grove Haines was a Professor of Diplomatic History born in Abbottstown, Pennsylvania December 10, 1906. The bulk of the collection consists of correspondence and subject files dating to Haines's time as the Director of the Bologna Center at the School of Advanced International Studies dating from 1970-1976. Some personal items are also included.
The collection consists of photographs of Calcutta, India in the early 1940s, a printed map of Calcutta and Howrah, twelve prints of scenes in India, and one informational clipping about Calcutta removed from the Christian Science Monitor (March 1, 1974).
Collection consists of one signature (two vellum pages) which appear to have been part of a 14th century codex. The manuscript is written in Latin and is not completely translated.
Collection consists of an untitled, hand-written essay written in Italian and dated December 2, 1803. The essay describes the restoration in 1803 of the "Castelfranco Altarpiece," a painting by Giorgione.
The Rent Notebook which forms this collection is a bound holographic volume, covered in vellum, written in Catalan, 1718-1721. A few pages are written in Spanish. The recording of rents was mostly completed by Don Isodoro de Puig Molto whose signature appears on several pages.
The collection consists of 18 accounts submitted to the Cecil County (Md.) Poor School Fund by teachers wishing to be reimbursed for the tuition of scholars who were unable to pay from 1828-1856.