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Bound morning report volume for the 26th Pennsylvania Infantry of the United States Army which was later confiscated and used by the officers of Company B of 18th Virginia Battalion of Heavy Artillery, Confederate States of America.
Records of Atlanta, Georgia, arts collective and gallery space, 800 East, including program and event files, photographs, and video recordings.
Records regarding the planning and training of staff and volunteers for the 1996 Olympic Games Gender Verification Services including handbooks and ephemera from the program.
Consists of thirty-four letters both to and from Alexander B. Elizer.
Contains one seventeenth century copybook inclusive of nine items bound in one volume.
Contains one bound volume of 157 pages, with the overarching theme of the manuscript being the redemptive value of suffering to Christians.
Consists of ten letters written between 1876 and 1918 by Sayce to various colleagues and friends.
Papers of civil rights activist and social worker, A. Lenora Taitt-Magubane, containing correspondence, photographs, printed material, and files documenting Taitt-Magubane's civil rights activism and work with the International Year of the Child.
Contains one bound manuscript of 19th century origin.
Papers of A. Oliver Thornton, an African American member of the the Improved Benevolent, Protective Order of Elks of the World (IBPOEW), including photographs, printed material, correspondence, and a scrapbook.
Collection of material relating to A. Peter Bailey, African American writer and theatre critic, and the Black Theatre movement from 1970-1981. The collection includes correspondence, a photograph, and printed material.
Consists of one printed commonplace book with handwritten notes and other printed materials compiled by its owner.
Contains one text by William Brewer arguing against the strict observance of the weekly Sabbath, as indicated in the Old Testament.
Records include files on and drafts of Emory chancellor Billy Frye’s 1998 report, “A Vision for Emory,” published in the Emory Report April 27, 1998.
Contains subject files documenting the history of the library, correspondence, budget records, annual reports, Grady Branch records, ephemera, and library publications.
Papers of Aaron Bernd, a Jewish journalist for The Macon Telegraph, including correspondence, photographs, printed material, scrapbooks, and writings.
Microfilm copy of correspondence of Confederate soldier Aaron M. Sewell, who served in the 39th Georgia Infantry Regiment during the Civil War.
Papers of Aaron Wilbur, aide de camp to Georgia Governor Joseph E. Brown, from 1863-1865.
Collection of play scripts and programs from the Abbey Theatre from 1921-1995.
Consists of original drafts, working papers, and replacement copies of the numerous entries that comprise the published dictionary from the Abingdon Press.
Abraham Friedrich Rückersfelder Dissertatio theologico-philologica Prima ad Canticum Hiskiae regis Jesaiae XXXVIII: 9-20
Contains one 36 page handwritten transcript of the dissertation in Latin published in Daventriae (Deventer), the Netherlands by Marini de Vries.
Office files of Abram Venable Lawson, director of the Division of Librarianship at Emory University, include correspondence and subject files related to the operations and closing of the Division of Librarianship, printed material related to library topics, desk calendars and datebooks, Lawson's autobiography, and other personal and professional materials.
Collection contains material assembled from various Emory University academic departments, institutes, and programs. Included are course listings, promotional materials, memoranda, and occasional departmental statements of purpose and historical sketches.
Collection of promotional material advertising exhibitions at Acts of Art gallery in New York City.
Collection of materials of the Dean of the Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing of Emory University, Ada Fort, including correspondence, photographs, clippings, scrapbooks, printed materials, and certificates.
The Administrative Council has at times been both a legislative body and an advisory group to the President of Emory University. The records of the Administrative Council include minutes, memoranda, administrative organizational charts, and a committee report.
Records from the Admissions Office of Emory University include student applications, correspondence, scholarship information, and University committee materials.
Photographic negatives, contact sheets, and log books produced by Aerial Innovations of Georgia, Inc., documenting building and infrastructure construction projects in Atlanta, Georgia, from 1991-2005.
Lobby cards, posters, pressbooks, and ephemera related to African Americans in cinema or African Americans in general.
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