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1. Archer mss., 1838-1940 0.2 linear feet (1 box)

Archer, Calvin Beza Kell
The Archer mss., 1838-1940, consists of notes on lectures and papers written by Calvin Beza Kell Archer, 1822-1947, while he was a student at Princeton Seminary (now Hanover College) and Indiana University, 1838-1844.
 

2. Art mss., 1740-1993 19.3 Linear Feet (5 boxes, 31 volumes, 81 folios)

The Art mss., 1740-1993, consists of drawings, sketches, etchings, illustrations, and other works of art acquired individually from various artists.
 

5. Bartholomew mss., 1838-1886 0.6 linear feet (2 boxes, 1 folio)

The Bartholomew mss., 1838-1886, consists of the papers of American businessman, pioneer, and judicial officer Jacob Bartholomew, 1818-1863, and his wife, Emily Ebersole Bartholomew, 1825-1913.
 
Bensman, David, 1949-
The Bensman, David mss., 1976-1997, consists of the research materials of David Bensman, a professor in the School of Management and Labor Relations at Rutgers University, which he amassed in the process of writing Central Park East and Its Graduates: "Learning by Heart."
 

7. Bicknell mss., 1828-1881 1.5 linear feet (2 boxes)

Bicknell, George A. (George Augustus), 1815-1891
The Bicknell mss., 1828-1881, consist of the papers of George Augustus Bicknell, 1815-1891, of New Albany, Indiana, professor of law at Indiana University, 1861-1870, and a member of Congress from Indiana, 1877-1881.
 

8. Boxer mss., 1923-1999 8 Linear Feet (8 boxes)

Boxer, C. R. (Charles Ralph), 1904-
The Boxer mss., 1923-1999, consists of the book and article drafts, reviews, lecture notes, teaching materials, and biographical materials of colonial historian Charles Ralph Boxer, 1904-2000.
 
Brigance, William Norwood, 1896-
Consists of lectures and speeches, correspondence, writings and notes used for research, published and unpublished articles, manuscripts and audiovisual materials of Wabash College professor William Norwood Brigance, teacher, scholar and leader in the Speech Association of America.