Found in 281 Collections and/or Records:
Daniel Garrison Brinton letter
Daniel Garrison Brinton (1837 – 1899) was an American archaeologist and ethnologist. Collection consists of one letter (undated) from Brinton to "P."
Daniel Gordon essay
Daniel Gordon (born 1920) was an alumnus of the Johns Hopkins University and a Baltimore attorney. Collection consists of one bound copy of Daniel Gordon's essay entitled "The Robber Baron Archaeologist" (1991) on the life of the financier and Egyptologist, Theodore M. Davis.
David P. Stern archives
David Simon Blondheim essay
This collection onsists of a 1922 essay by Johns Hopkins University philologist David S. Blondheim, titled "Eassai d'un Vocabulaire Comparatif des Parlers Romans des Juifs au Moyen Age."
David Sterrett Pindell notebook
David Sterrett Pindell received his B. A. (1895) and PAE (Proficiency in Applied Engineering, 1897) from The Johns Hopkins University. The collection consists of one notebook of notes on lectures delivered by Henry A. Rowland from 1896-1897.
Department of Geography and Environmental Engineering records
Department of Romance Languages letters about José Robles Pazos' arrest
José Robles Pazos was an Associate Professor of Spanish at Johns Hopkins University born in 1897 and shot as a traitor by the Spanish Republican Government in February of 1937. The collection spans the years 1929-1940 and consists of correspondence regarding Robles' arrest, a contract for the Spanish translation of 13 books by H.L. Mencken, and two life insurance policies.
Dexter Archive of Oral History
Lewis Anthony Dexter (1915-1995) was an author and professor of political science. The collection consists of over 1200 individual interviews with people in the fields of government, politics, business, industry, and the military dating primarily from 1953 to 1966, but ranging from 1946 to 1972.
Don Cameron Allen author letter collection
Don Cameron Allen was a writer and professor at Johns Hopkins University. The collection spans the years 1948-1972 and consists of approximately 85 letters, mostly from well known writers.