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Papers of Carey Wentworth Styles, Southern newspaper publisher, including correspondence, histories, photographs, and printed material.
This collection surveys a wide array of the academic career of Carl R. Holladay, focusing on his academic service, teaching, major publications, and correspondence.
Collection of materials related to the "Carl Van Vechten; American Portraitist" exhibition curated by Deborah Willis including exhibit text and photographs.
Papers of novelist and artist, Carlos Rojas, including manuscripts and typescripts.
Papers of African American playwrights and theatre professionals, Carlton and Barbara Molette, including writings; printed material; records documenting their work in education, consulting, set and costume design, and professional organizations; subject files; and correspondence.
Consists of bulletins, a church directory, and financial records.
Papers of Scottish poet and playwright Carol Ann Duffy, including correspondence and personal papers, writings, printed material, audiovisual materials, and a small amount of born digital materials.Papers of Scottish poet and playwright Carol Ann Duffy, including correspondence and personal papers, writings, printed material, audiovisual materials, and a small amount of born digital materials.
Collection contains correspondence, memos, publicity, conference presentations and media pertaining to Dr. Carole Hahn’s professional life and career at Emory University.
Papers of Caroline Candler Hunt including correspondence, school papers and correspondence from Hunt's studies at the Cours Speciaux a l'institut de Torraine (France), and printed material.
Papers of Georgia author, Carolina Pafford Miller including correspondence, writings, photographs, clippings, and collected biographical information.
Papers of African American poet, writer, and publisher Carolyn M. Rodgers including correspondence, personal and professional papers, and writings.
Collection of materials of Emory University graduate and nurse, Carolyn V. Adkins, including corespondence, photographs, and printed material.
Papers of African American art historian Carroll Greene, including correspondence, printed material and photographs mainly relating to his interest in African American art and artists.
Collection of materials relating to author Carson McCullers, including correspondence to composer David Diamond and collected material.
This collection consists of materials related to the Carter Center and its activities relating to the promotion of international human rights.
Papers of Carter Godwin Woodson, an African American author, historian and founder of the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH). The collection includes Negro history study kits, correspondence, photographs, scrapbooks, and printed material.
Papers of photographer Cary B. Wilmer, including finished photographs; slides; negatives; and miscellaneous items of correspondence.
Business records of Denham Cason and his family, the owners and operators of a general mercantile business in Jewell (Hancock County) Georgia.
Papers of Georgia businessman, philanthropist, and developer Cason Jewell Callaway.
Includes photographs by Catherine A. Kirkpatrick, scrapbooks kept by her mother, Catherine Owens Kirkpatrick, and recordings of oral history interviews completed as part of the Voices and Visions oral history project.
Papers of attorney and civil rights activist Catherine G. Roraback including correspondence, printed material, notes, photographs, and memorabilia.
Catholic Church Formulario para dar la profesion a las religiosas concepcionistas expresando solo lo que ha de hacer y decir la profesante
Contains one formulary celebrating a young man’s entrance into the Franciscan order.
Contains one book of hours manuscript which includes a calendar, the four Gospels, the prayers to the Virgin, the Hours of the Virgin excluding the Flight into Egypt, the penitential Psalms, the Office of the Dead, and the Suffrages of the Saints.
Contains one diploma of knighthood along with eight licensing documents dated 1869-1878.
The North Dutch Book of Hours, inclusive of the "Hours of the Eternal Wisdom," by Gerard Groot (a member of the Brothers of the Common Life), Hours of the Virgin, and Penitential Psalms.
Contains one papal bull issued by Pope Pius IV regarding the exiled nuns of Syon Abbey.
Consists of spiritual essays, prayers, and meditations of mid 19th century Catholics.
Records of CAUTION, Inc. (Citizens Against Unnecessary Thoroughfares in Older Neighborhoods) regarding the fight against the building of a parkway leading to the Carter Center Library (Atlanta, Georgia).
Papers of Tennessee politician Cave Johnson including correspondence, a family history, a scrapbook containing appointments and newspaper clippings relating to Cave Johnson, as well as documents relating to the Civil War service of his son, Polk G. Johnson.
This collection contains training materials provided by the Center for Disease Control for preparing healthcare workers to work in Ebola treatment units (ETUs) in Africa.
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- Emory College. 11
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- Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations 1
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- Marshall, Mary, Dr., 1945- 1
- Martin, Edwin T. (Edwin Thomas). 1
- National Conference on Soviet Jewry (U.S.) 1
- New York (State). Moreland Act Commission on Nursing Homes and Residential Facilities 1
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- Thomas, James S., Bishop, 1919-2010 1
- United Nations. European Office 1
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- United States. President's Commission for the Study of Ethical Problems in Medicine and Biomedical and Behavioral Research 1 + ∧ less