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1. Boone mss., 1791-1868 1.1 Linear Feet (1 box, 1 folio)

The Boone mss., 1791-1868, consists of the letters and papers of lawyer, teacher, merchant, and politician Benjamin Pennebaker Douglass, 1820-1904, and his second wife, Queen Victoria Boone, 1837-1885.
 

10. Allen mss., 800-1972 150 items

The Allen mss., 800-1972, consists of manuscript pieces collected by William Edward David Allen, 1901-1973, foreign service officer, businessman, and author, and his own writings about Georgian history.
 
The Calverley mss., 1359-18/19th cent., consist of Arabic manuscripts collected by Edwin Elliott Calverley, 1882-1971, professor of Arabic and Islamic studies, whose notes about the documents are occasionally found inscribed thereon.
 

17. Augustan mss., 1688-1748 1 linear foot (1 box, 1 volume)

The Augustan mss., 1688-1748, consists of manuscripts and correspondence collected by Indiana University Professor William T. Morgan, 1922-1945, relating to the Age of Queen Anne.
 

18. Lincoln mss., 1798-1959 490 items

The Lincoln mss., ca. 1798-1959, consist of letters, documents, and facsimile copies of documents by and about Abraham Lincoln, 1809-1865, his ancestors, immediate family, members of his cabinet, and other persons closely connected with him.
 
The Philippine mss. II, 1594-1908, consists of accounts of the lives and deaths of various saints and other religious figures, copies of royal decrees, correspondence, government and military reports, historical accounts, maps, wills and inventories of estates, and a water-color painting.
 

31. Meigs mss., 1794-1831 85 items (1 box; 1 folio)

The Meigs mss., 1794–1831, cpnsists of letters and papers of Return Jonathan Meigs, 1764–1825, governor of Ohio, United States senator, and postmaster general during the administrations of Presidents James Madison and James Monroe.
 

32. McCulloch mss., 1766-1914 15749 items (5 boxes; 37 bound volumes; 1 oversize folder)

The McCulloch mss., 1766-1914, consist of letters and papers of Hugh McCulloch, 1808-1895, U.S. Comptroller of the Currency, Secretary of the Treasury, and a partner in the London banking house of Jay Cooke, McCulloch & Company.
 
The Latin American mss. --Mexico II, 1560-1940, consists of individual items acquired separately either as a gift, purchase, transfer, or removal from a variety of sources, complementing the materials in the Latin American mss. Mexico collection. Additions continue to be made.
 
The Aristotle mss., 1603-1704, consists of commentaries on the works of Aristotle. At least half of the volumes concentrate on logic, but other subjects are covered as well, including physics and general philosophy.
 

47. Ricketts mss., 800-1899 332 items

The Ricketts mss., 9th-19th cent., are illuminated medieval and renaissance manuscripts assembled by Coella Lindsay Ricketts, 1859-1941, calligrapher, of Chicago, Illinois. Most of the material relates to religious matters.
 

55. U.S. History mss., 1612-1977 17.2 linear feet (551 items)

The U.S. History mss., 1612-1977, consist of individual items acquired separately either as a gift, purchase, transfer, or removal from a variety of sources, relating to the United States. Additions continue to be made.
 

58. 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.
 
The collection consists of a group of 28 hornbooks. Also included are two auction catalogs for sales where some of the hornbooks were sold and a description of a hornbook in brass from dealer Patrick King's list no. 11, 1986.
 

77. Lafayette mss. II, 1774-1957 46 items (1 photograph; 1 volume; 1 box; 1 folio)

The Lafayette mss. II, 1774-1957, are individual letters and documents relating to the Marquis de Lafayette, Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert du Motier, 1757-1834, general, which have been acquired from several sources.
 

79. Pliny mss., 800-1938 28 items (1 folder; 27 volumes)

The Pliny mss., 9th cent.-1938, are photostats of Pliny manuscripts assembled by Selatie Edgar Stout, 1871-1969, professor of Latin and dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, Indiana University.
 
The Woodburn mss., 1795-1942, consist of letters and papers of four generations of the Woodburn family, James Woodburn, 1748-1812, farmer; Dorrance Beatty Woodburn, 1786- 1856, farmer and teacher; James Woodburn, 1817-1865, teacher; and James Albert Woodburn, 1856-1943, historian.
 

83. Lieber mss., 1691-1945 784 items (12 boxes; 36 bound volumes; 3 folios; 4 oversize folders)

The Lieber mss., 1691-1945, are papers of Richard Lieber, 1869-1944, director of the Indiana State Department of Conservation from its creation in 1919 to 1933.
 

84. Poole mss., 200-1600 18 boxes

The Poole mss. are a collection of 137 ancient, medieval and renaissance manuscripts and single leaves ranging from the 3rd to the 16th century. The collection was formed by George Amos Poole, 1907- , printer, of Chicago, whose interest was in the development of scripts which have had a direct influence on the design of Western printing types, rather than in illumination and decoration. Most of this material relates to religious matters.
 

86. Sharpe mss., 1733-1755 2 Linear Feet (1 oversize box)

The Sharpe mss., 1733-1755, consists of papers from the office of John Sharpe, 1700-1756, London solicitor for the British West Indies, relating to the enforcement of the 1733 Molasses Act.
 

89. Indiana History mss., 1725-1973 108.9 Linear Feet (14 boxes, 57 volumes, 40 oversize)

Adams, John Quincy, 1767-1848.
The Indiana History mss., 1725-1973, consists of individual items related to the history of the state of Indiana, acquired separately either as a gift, purchase, transfer, or removal from a variety of sources.
 

90. Kerlin mss., 1798-1925 1.25 Linear Feet (1 box)

Bentley, Harriet Barton (Kerlin)
The Kerlin mss., 1798-1925, consists of the papers of Mrs. Harriet Barton (Kerlin) Bentley, (Mrs. Frederick James Bentley), and members of three generations of her family.
 
Bernstein, Leonard, 1918-1990
Materials collected from the composition studio of Leonard Bernstein, a conductor, composer, and musician active during the mid-20th century. The collection includes recordings, books, scores, awards, artwork, clothing, furniture, and other artifacts pertaining to his professional and personal life.
 

95. Byrd mss., 1794-1881 0.4 linear feet (1 box)

Byrd, Charles Willing, 1770-1828
Consists of the papers of Charles Willing Byrd. A member of the prominent Virginia family of that name, Byrd became deeply interested in the Shaker movement, and one of his sons, William Silonwe Byrd, joined the Shaker community at Pleasant Hill, Kentucky. For the years 1826-1828, a considerable portion of the collection consists of letters from this son, dealing with the beliefs of the Shakers and the affairs of Pleasant Hill. The collection also includes letters to Charles Willing Byrd from members of his family, in regard to family matters. Letters from an aunt refer to the death of Washington and to conditions in Philadelphia during the War of 1812. Some light on medical practices of the day is given in letters, 1826-1828, to Byrd from his physicians, prescribing treatment for him.
 

96. Chesterfield mss., 1740-1777 276 items (1 box; 1 oversize; 1 folio)

Chesterfield, Philip Dormer Stanhope, Earl of, 1694-1773
The Chesterfield mss., 1740-1777, consists of letters and papers of Philip Dormer Stanhope, 4th earl of Chesterfield, 1694-1773, statesman, and his godson, Philip Stanhope, 5th earl of Chesterfield, 1755-1815, master of the horse.
 

97. Chesterfield mss. II, 1745-1770 34 items (1 letter; 2 volumes)

Chesterfield, Philip Dormer Stanhope, Earl of, 1694-1773
The Chesterfield mss., II, 1745-1770, consist primarily of the writings of statesman Philip Dormer Stanhope, 4th earl of Chesterfield, 1694-1773.
 

98. Helm mss., 1693-1965 3 boxes

Cinti-Damoreau, Laure (Cinthie Montalant), 1801-1863
The Helm mss., 1693-1965, consist of operatic scores largely in the hands of copyists, works of Mme Laure (Cinthie Montalant) Cinti-Damoreau, 1801-1863, singer and composer, and documents connected with the opera in Bologna, collected by Everett Helm, 1913-1999, composer and musicologist of New York and Asolo, Italy.
 
Delany, Mrs. (Mary), 1700-1788
The Delany mss., 1728-1760, consists of an anthology, a volume of original drawings, and the manuscript of Marianna by Mary (Granville) Delany, 1700-1788, artist and writer.
 

100. Draper mss., 1780-1854 0.2 linear feet (1 box)

Draper, Lyman Copeland, 1815-1891
The Draper mss., 1780-1854, consists of photostats of documents in the State Historical Society of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin, assembled by historian Lyman Copeland Draper, 1815-1891.