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McFarland, Demas Lindley, 1791-1869
The McFarland, Demas Lindley mss., ca. 1812-1849, consist of correspondence concerning the experiences and conduct of Demas Lindley McFarland during the War of 1812, as well as with the Jacksonian controversy over the Second Bank of the United States.
 
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.
 

7. Gottfried mss., ca. 1300-2008 2 Boxes (2 standard)

Gottfried, Rudolf B. (Rudolf Brand), 1909-1986
The Gottfried mss. consists of Latin manuscripts and a working translation of Giovanni Della Casa's Rime by Rudolf B. Gottfried, 1909-1986, professor emeritus of English, Indiana University.
 

8. 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.
 

9. Pliny mss., 800-1938 3 Boxes (2 standard, 1 custom)

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.
 

10. 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.
 

11. Near Eastern mss., 700-1915 3.5 linear feet

Jazūlī, Muḥammad ibn Sulaymān, 1404-1465
The Near Eastern mss., 700-1915, consist of a collection of individually acquired manuscripts pertaining to the region formerly known as the Near East, now referred to as the Middle East.
 

15. Starr mss., 19th century 3 Boxes (1 standard, 2 custom)

Starr, Saul, 1907-1964
The Starr mss., 19th century, are holograph copies and originals of vocal and instrumental music and one letter collected by Saul Starr, 1907-1964, physician of Eastchester, New York.
 

19. Test mss., 1824-1845 2 Boxes (1 standard, 1 custom)

Test, Charles H., 1802-1884
The Test mss., 1824-1845, consist of correspondence of Charles H. Test, 1802-1884, judge, member of the Indiana General Assembly, and secretary of state of Indiana.
 

22. Holman Family mss., 1822-1965 2 Boxes (2 standard)

Holman Family
The Holman Family mss., 1822-1965, consists of the correspondence, legal documents, clippings, photos, and other materials related to the family of Pamela Dean Holman Harvey, her husband Frederick Loviad Harvey, and her daughter Abigail Holman Harvey (Villaret).
 
Holman Family
The Holman mss., 1822-1894, consist of the papers and correspondence of Richard Henry Holman, 1817-1841, lawyer, written chiefly during his attendance at Indiana College at Bloomington; of his father, Jesse Lynch Holman, 1784-1842, judge; and of his brother-in-law, Allen Hamilton, 1798-1864, Indiana state legislator, largely concerned with land speculation and payments.
 

25. Owen mss., 1821-1911 1 Box (1 standard)

Owen, Richard, 1810-1890
The Owen mss., 1821-1911, consist mainly of letters and papers of Richard Owen, 1810-1890 (son of Robert Owen), professor at Indiana University, and first president of Purdue University, and his descendants.
 

26. Dunihue mss., 1821-1899 1 folio (oversize)

Dunihue, Alexander H., 1807-1891
The Dunihue mss., 1821-1899, consists of papers of Alexander H. Dunihue, 1807-1891, merchant of Bedford, Ind., and his brother, Daniel R. Dunihue, 1812-1887, cashier of the Bedford branch of the Indiana State Bank and operator of a summer resort at Indian Springs, eighteen miles west of Bedford.
 

29. Williams, K.P. mss., 1820-1958 12 Boxes (11 standard, 1 custom)

Williams, Kenneth P. (Kenneth Powers), 1887-1958
The Williams, K.P. mss., 1820-1958, consists of letters and papers of Kenneth Powers Williams, 1887-1958, professor of mathematics at Indiana University and author of Lincoln Finds a General.
 

30. Starling mss., 1820-1927 1 folio (oversize)

Starling, Kenyon Law
The Starling mss., 1820-1927, are letters, illustrations, and writings by Hugh Clifford, Joseph Conrad, George Cruikshank, Charles Lever, and William Makepeace Thackeray, collected by Kenyon Law Starling, 1905-1983, businessman, of Dayton, Ohio.
 

31. Howe mss., 1820-1915 1 folio

The Howe mss., 1820-1915, consists chiefly of deeds belonging to the family of Joshua Owen Howe, 1784-1870, merchant of Bloomington in Monroe County, Indiana, and frequently concerned with sale of lots in the town.
 
Fairbanks, Charles W. (Charles Warren), 1852-1918
Consists of letters and papers of Charles Warren Fairbanks, 1852-1918, U.S. senator from Indiana and vice president (1905-1909), and his son, Warren Charles Fairbanks, 1878-1938, newspaper publisher. The Charles Warren Fairbanks material, which comprises the bulk of the collection, consists of correspondence with prominent political figures, businessmen, bankers, friends, relatives and constituents; manuscript and printed speeches of Fairbanks; law office papers; bills and receipts; miscellaneous papers; newspaper clippings; invitations; calling cards; pictures; slides of Fairbanks's trip around the world, 1909-1910; and miscellaneous printed matter. The Warren Charles Fairbanks papers, 1918-1938, relate to the settlement of the estate of his father, Charles Warren Fairbanks; the Indianapolis News; the Fairbanks Blue ridge farms in Piatt County, Illinois; and the Fairbanks Valley farms in Greene County, Illinois.
 

40. Smith, H.W. mss., 1817-1987 30500 Items

Smith, Hannah Whitall, 1832-1911
The Smith, H.W. mss., 1817-1987, consists of the letters of reformer Hannah Whitall Smith, 1832-1911, her daughters, art historian Mary Berenson, 1864-1945, and relief organizer Alys Whitall Pearsall Russell, 1867-1951, and her granddaughters, suffragist Ray Strachey, 1887-1940, and psychologist Karin Stephen, 1889–1953.
 

41. Slavic mss., 1817-1947 3 Boxes (2 standard, 1 custom)

The Slavic mss., 1817-1947, consists of letters and documents of Russian and Czech political and literary figures, including Russian author Ivan Alekseevich Bunin, 1870-1953, and Czech politicians Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk, 1850-1937, and Jan Garrigue Masaryk, 1886-1948.
 

42. Scott mss., 1817-1937 32 Boxes (27 standard, 5 custom)

Scott, Emmet Hoyt, 1842-1924
The Scott mss., 1817-1937, consists of the papers of Emmet Hoyt Scott, 1842-1924, businessman and mayor of LaPorte, Indiana, his father, Wiley Huntington Scott, 1796-1872, farmer and hotelkeeper of Nineveh, New York, and his son, Emmet Scott, 1873-1937.
 
The Rossetti mss., 1817-1893, consist of the correspondence of poet Christina Georgina Rossetti, 1830- 1894, and her two brothers: painter, poet Dante Gabriel Rossetti, 1828-1882, and author, critic William Michael Rossetti, 1829-1919.
 

44. Martin, John mss., 1817-1848 1 Box (1 standard)

Britton, John, 1771-1857
The Martin, John mss., 1817-1848, consists of drawings by illustrator and engraver John Martin, 1789-1854, as well as an account book of the sales of his engravings and a letter.
 
Illingworth, Richard Stonhewer, 1797-1884
The Illingworth mss., 1816-1880, consists of the papers of businessman Richard Stonhewer Illingworth, 1797-1884. The papers deal with personnel matters, finances, the returns on cocoa, cotton, sugar, and tobacco, and the mining of coal, copper, emeralds, gold, lead, salt, and silver.
 

46. Byron mss., 1816-1858 1 bound

Byron, Lord George Gordon Noel, 1788-1824
The Byron mss., 1816-1858, consist of letters, documents, drawings and prints of and related to Lord George Gordon Noel Byron, 1788-1824, poet.
 

47. Stock mss., 1815-1965 2 Boxes (2 standard)

Stock, Keith Lievesley, 1911-
The Stock mss., 1815-1963, consist of papers collected by theater collector Keith Lievesley Stock, b. 1911, former Under-Secretary, Ministry of Power.
 

48. Root mss., 1815-1888 1 folio (oversize)

Root, Riley, 1795-1870
The Root mss., 1815-1888, are papers of Riley Root, 1795-1870, teacher, surveyor, inventor, and author of Journal of Travels from St. Josephs to Oregon with Observations of that Country, together with Some Description of California, its Agricultural Interests, and a Full Description of its Gold Mines. Galesburg, [Ill.], Gazetteer and Intelligencer Prints, 1850 (Lilly F593.1 .R7).
 

49. Jones mss., 1815-1867 3 bound

The Jones mss., 1815-1867, consists of three daybooks, November 28, 1815- May 8, 1824 and October 29, 1835-March 7, 1867, of the Jones & Stockwell merchandise store of Princeton, Indiana.
 

50. King mss., 1815-1863 1 folio (oversize)

King, Charles, 1789-1867
The King mss., 1815-1863, consists of the correspondence of Rufus King, 1755-1827, member of the Continental Congress and of the Constitutional Convention, U. S. senator and minister to Great Britain, and of members of his family.