02. Manuscript Collections
Found in 40 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents The manuscript collection is composed of letters and related material that was sent by Dr. Lenore Sportsman Miller to her husband, Dr. John K. Miller of New York, while she was working as a nurse at Butterworth Hospital and Johns Hopkins Hospital, covering 1936-1947. The collection is broken down into three series: BUTTERWORTH HOSPITAL, JOHNS HOPKINS HOSPITAL, and OTHER SENDERS.Lenore does not always list the date in which she’s writing or compiling the papers, so the series...
Overview The Eleanor Troy Williams collection is comprised of correspondence and scripts. Williams was a playwrite and illustrator working mainly during the late 1920s to the early 1940s.
Dates: 1920-1946; Other: 1927-1942
Abstract The majority of the Elizabeth Stoffregen May papers focus on her interaction with Wheaton College. The documents are very specific relating to May’s various positions while at Wheaton College. The documents illustrate the different roles that Mrs. May filled while at Wheaton College as Academic Dean 1949-56, Dean of the College 1957-60, Acting President 1960-62 and as Professor of Economics. The documents span the years 1949 until 2001 but the bulk of the collection is in the years from 1949...
Scope and Contents This Small Manuscript Collection consists of the nineteenth-century papers of the Emerson family of Massachusetts. The Emersons were deeply involved in Wheaton's educational project: Martha Vose Emerson served as Seminary Principal from 1840-1842. Alfred Emerson served as treasurer of the school as well as trustee. Annie Austin Emerson and Francis Vose Emerson were alumnae, and Frances later served as trustee. Emerson Dining Hall is named for this family. The materials span the entire...
Dates: 1802 - 1910
Abstract The collection is comprised of papers, images, and objects collected by or given to Emily Hartwell and her family. The collection spans the years 1800-1949 with some undated papers, images, and objects. These materials related to Chinese culture were collected while the family served as missionaries in Foochow (Fuzhou) China. Parts of the collection are written or printed in Chinese. A later addition to the collection was donated by the Religious Association and contains records...
Abstract Harriet E. Paine's Papers includes published and unpublished manuscripts focusing on classical works and abolition. Paine's collection also has correspondence to William Lord regarding the Civil War, Samuel Austin Chapin (brother of Eliza Baylies Wheaton), and Wheaton College President Dr. Samuel V. Cole concerning Wheaton Seminary's War efforts circa 1915.
Dates: 1861-1915; 1905 - 1915