1477 items (3 boxes; 1 folder) Collection ID: LMC 2216
The Gay mss., 1924-1976, consist of the correspondence of Kenneth Charles Gay, 1912- , librarian, with Robert Graves, 1895-1985, author.
0.2 linear feet (1 box) Collection ID: LMC 1397
The Galsworthy mss. II, 1925-1933, consists of correspondence and manuscripts of New York bookseller Louis Henry Cohn, 1889-1953, relating to his interest in and collection of English Nobel Prize winning author John Galsworthy, 1867-1933.
1 oversize Collection ID: LMC 1331
The English Legal Documents mss. II, 1621-1699, consist of seven documents concerning a shop and adjacent property on Holborn Hill near Holborn Bridge.
3.2 linear feet (4 boxes) Collection ID: LMC 1333
English Legal Documents mss. IV, 1200-1898, consist of those manuscripts concerned with English legal matters which have been acquired as individual pieces.
2.1 Linear Feet (2 boxes, 1 folio) Collection ID: LMC 2222
The Griffith mss., 1831-1881, consists of the papers of physician Thomas Jefferson Griffith, 1837-1924, and his wife, physician Martha Hutchings Griffith, 1842-1923.
32 boxes Collection ID: LMC 2275
The Esarey mss., 1912-1914, consists of the reports of a survey of Indiana newspapers and the draft of a history of newspapers in Indiana based on the survey.
0.4 linear feet (1 box) Collection ID: LMC 1345
The Evans, Montgomery, mss., 1918-1952, are letters and papers of Montgomery Evans, 1898-1954, book collector. They consist principally of letters to Evans from literary figures. Some of them are mounted in books in the Lilly Library which came from Evans' library.
12 items (1 oversized folder) Collection ID: LMC 1339
The Esarey mss. II, 1830-1865, consists of a commission to Jonathan Davis Esarey, 1783-1858, as associate judge of Perry county, Indiana, 1830; deed for the transfer of real estate in Crawford county, Indiana, by John Hughes to Tolbort T. Yates, 1840; land grants to Jonathan Davis Esarey, 1837, 1841, to John Hughes, 1840, 1841, and Jesse Clark Esarey, 1817-1869, soldier, 1858; a commission to Jesse Clark Esarey as an ensign in the 12th regiment, Indiana Militia, 1841; report by Jesse Clark Esarey of the Perry county Oil Rifles, 1865; certificate issued to Jesse Clark Esarey for study and drill at the school of instruction at Burnside Barracks, 1862; a bill for rations furnished for picket duty at Cross Roads near Hitt's blacksmith shop, July 13-18, 1863, at the time of Morgan's Raid by G.W. Hitt; and a diploma to Louisa E. Hight from the Monroe County Female Academy, 1856.