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Miscellaneous Manuscript Collection, 1800-1987 | Special Collections & University Archives

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Collection Overview

Title: Miscellaneous Manuscript Collection, 1800-1987Add to your cart.

Extent: 2.38 Linear Feet

Scope and Contents of the Materials

Each folder in this open collection contains single manuscript items, or a small collection of manuscript items. Most of the items are letters, though postcards, transcriptions, and other manuscript materials are present.

Folders are filed alphabetically by the primary name identified with the manuscript or title.

Box 3, Folder 32 is comprised of unknown materials that do not have an associated primary name or title.


Box and Folder Listing


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Box 4 - OvrszeAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: Document, the Christian Crusade Movement, July 17, 1917Add to your cart.
Unsigned document laying out in detail the terms of agreement between the Movement and several of its members, including but not limited to members' daily duties, living and eating arrangements, the sharing of specific transportation, and the manner in which certain members will secure funds for the Movement.
Folder 2: Letter from Marcelino de Arriarán to General Diego García Conde, January 20, 1819Add to your cart.
Letter written in Spanish from Marcelino de Arriarán, a General Commander, to his superior, a royal Brigadier named Don Diego García Conde, explaining that the escape of Morales, a rebel, was not completely his fault but instead was a combination of miscommunication and logistical errors.
Folder 3: Document, Ulysses S. Grant, March 18, 1873Add to your cart.
Appointment of Joseph T. Clarkson as Deputy Postmaster at Amesbury, Massachusettes.  Also signed by Hamilton Fish, Secretary of State.
Folder 4: Letter from Joaquin Ordoñez Gutierrez to King Charles III, circa May 1775Add to your cart.
Writing on behalf of Juan Jose de Zarazua to King Charles III of Spain, Gutierrez demands that the Indians in their region of Nexquipayac, jurisdiction of Texcoco, not be taxed on their production of salt.
Folder 5: Document, Rutherford Birchard Hayes, April 9, 1877Add to your cart.
Commission as Postmaster at Amesbury, Massachesettes to Joseph T. Clarkson. Also signed by David McKendree Key, Postmaster General.
Folder 6: Manuscript, Professor Palacer, n.d.Add to your cart.
Translation of a tale by the 12th century Persian poet Nizami by Professor Palacer of Cambridge, England.
Folder 7: Documents relating to Lieutenant General Yitzak Rabin, 1968 - 1969Add to your cart.
Minos D. Generales, Director of the Institute on World Affairs at San Diego State College, corresponds with Ruhama Saphir, Rabin's Executive Assistant at the Embassy of Israel, in an effort to get Rabin to speak at the 27th Annual Insitute, to take place August 20, 1969.  Also included is a biographical sketch of Rabin from the Embassy.

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