Browse William L. Clements Library Manuscripts Division Finding Aids
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|Collection Title||Additional Information|
|John Imlay and John Imlay, Jr. collection -- 1795-1824 (bulk 1795-1801)||
Creator: Imlay, John, 1749-1813 and Imlay, John, Jr.
Extent: 46 items
Abstract: This collection is made up of 46 business letters and financial records, which primarily relate to commerce in and between Philadelphia, Baltimore, and the Caribbean, 1795-1801. Early manuscripts primarily relate to fabrics, buttons, and similar materials traded by Philadelphia merchant John Imlay. Later business letters are addressed to his son, John Imlay, who lived in St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, and also participated in West Indian commerce.
|Indian Commissioners™' receipts -- 1776||
Creator: United States. Army
Extent: 98 items
Abstract: This collection contains 98 receipts from 1776 for supplies given to Indians and settlers in Western Pennsylvania.
|Indiana woman's diary -- 1847-1848||
Extent: 1 volume
Abstract: This volume contains diary entries about the author's social and religious activities around southwest Indiana between August 1847 and May 1848. The author frequently commented on Catholic religious services and rituals, her acquaintances' travels, and the books that she read.
|Ingle family papers -- 1849-1907||
Creator: Bortel, Olive Mason Ingle, 1863-1918
Extent: 30 items
Abstract: The Ingle family papers center around Olive Ingle, the daughter of a Free Methodist minister. The collection includes her diary and family record album, family correspondence, and photographs.
|Aaron H. Ingraham papers -- 1861-1862||
Creator: Ingraham, Aaron H., 1840-1864
Extent: 12 items
Abstract: This collection contains 12 letters from Union soldier Aaron Ingraham to his parents and sisters from 1861 to 1862, while he served in the 48th New York Infantry. Ingraham described his experiences at Camp Sherman in Washington D.C.; Annapolis, Maryland; Hilton Head, South Carolina; Camp Perry at Daufuskie Island, South Carolina; and Fort Pulaski, Georgia.
|George W. Ingram collection -- 1941-1945 (bulk 1943-1945)||
Creator: Ingram, Sadie
Extent: 0.25 linear feet
Abstract: This collection contains approximately 50 letters that Private First Class George W. Ingram wrote to his mother and siblings in Boyne City, Michigan, while he served with the United States Army between 1943 and 1945. Ingram corresponded with his family while in training in the United States and while stationed in North Africa, Italy, and southern France with a military police unit. The collection also includes a document, 2 postcards, photographs, a photograph album, and ephemeral items.
|Innocents Abroad Yacht Club logs -- 1876-1878||
Creator: Innocents Abroad Yacht Club
Extent: 1 volume, 11 pages and 7 photographs
Abstract: Two logs of the Innocents Abroad Yacht Club, dated 1876 and 1878. The club was composed primarily of bureaucratic clerks who began taking annual boat excursions in 1875. These logs detail the activities and events of the 2nd and 4th annual cruises.
|Calvin A. and Albert H. Irish diaries -- 1865-1866, 1885||
Creator: Irish family
Extent: 2 volumes
Abstract: The Calvin A. and Albert H. Irish diaries consist of 2 volumes. Calvin A. Irish kept a diary from January 1865, during the end of his service in the Union Army, until May 1866. His son, Albert H. Irish, also wrote a diary in 1885.
|Jacob Aemilius Irving letterbooks -- 1809-1816||
Creator: Irving, Jacob Aemilius
Extent: 518 pages (3 volumes)
Abstract: The Irving collection consist of three volumes of outgoing correspondence written from Liverpool, England, and Jamaica, 1809-1816. These volumes are a resource for understanding the mentality of a Jamaican sugar planter during the years following the cessation of the British slave trade.
|Emerson C. Ives collection -- 1932-1970||
Creator: Ives, Emerson C.
Extent: 0.25 linear feet
Abstract: This collection is made up of about 140 letters that New York resident Emerson C. Ives wrote to President Franklin Roosevelt, United States congressmen and public officials, and several newspaper editors between 1932 and 1970. Ives provided his opinions on a variety of contemporary issues, such as Roosevelt's economic policies during the Great Depression, the Lend-Lease program, solutions for the aftermath of World War II, and the presence of United States forces in Vietnam in the late 1960s. Some newspaper clippings, including reprints of Ives's editorials, are present in the collection.
|George N. Ives letters -- 1883-1884||
Creator: Preston, Samuel Truman
Extent: 5 items
Abstract: This collection contains 5 letters that George N. Ives, a fish and oyster packer in New Bern and Beaufort, North Carolina, wrote to Captain Samuel Truman Preston of Greenport, New York, in 1883 and 1884. Ives primarily discussed his boats, including one he had recently purchased.