Found 14 collections related to Pamphlets

Filtering on: x1851 - 1900
Storrs, Richard S. (Richard Salter), 1821-1900
Manuscripts and Archives Division | MssCol 2896
.21 linear feet (1 volume)
Reports (pamphlets) of sermons delivered by Reverend Richard Salter Storrs, Jr. at the Church of the Pilgrims in Brooklyn, New York, May 26-June 28, 1872
Smyth, Thomas, 1808-1873
Manuscripts and Archives Division | MssCol 2800
.4 linear feet (2 boxes)
Writings of Thomas Smyth including the manuscript "Early Methodism in Provincetown;" clippings from the Cape Cod Item (March-April 1890), in which chapters 1-3 were published; an article entitled "The Wesleys, 1596-1689;" and miscellaneous... more
Anthony, Susan B. (Susan Brownell), 1820-1906
Manuscripts and Archives Division | MssCol 3578
.1 linear feet (1 folder)
Susan B. Anthony was an American abolitionist and militant agitator for female and Negro suffrage, temperance, and civil rights. The papers consist of a check from New York Tribune with "Pay Susan B. Anthony" on the back; a copy of "The History of... more
Pollikoff, Max
Music Division | JPB 86-1
11 boxes, 39 x 30 x 8 cm. or smaller; 11 boxes, 39 x 30 x 8 cm. or smaller
A violinist and conductor, Max Pollikoff was born in Newark, N.J., in 1904, and died in New York City in 1984. He organized Music in Our Time, a concert series which ran from 1954 to 1974 at the 92nd St. YMHA, New York. Published and unpublished... more
Hempel, Frieda, 1885-1955
Music Division | JOB 91-45
.2 linear feet
Frieda Hempel was a German soprano with the Metropolitan Opera. From 1918-1926, she was married to William B. Kahn, who continued as her business manager after their divorce. Correspondence between Frieda Hempel and William Kahn, chiefly from the... more
Sociedad de InmigraciĆ³n, Guatemala
Manuscripts and Archives Division | MssCol 1262
.13 linear feet (1 volume)
Bound volume containing manuscripts, pamphlets, and clippings related to emigration and immigration
Irma and Paul Milstein Division of United States History, Local History and Genealogy | AZ 13-3610
11 linear feet (26 boxes)
New York Times Company
Manuscripts and Archives Division | MssCol 17803
19.66 linear feet (50 boxes)
New York Times Company records. Pamphlets contain a wide variety of publications created and distributed by The Times between 1851 and 2006. The collection consists of pamphlets aimed at the public, such as advertising rates and anniversary... more
Kean, Edmund, 1787-1833
Billy Rose Theatre Division | *T-Mss 2014-123
2.1 linear feet (8 boxes)
Maynard Morris served as secretary of the Edmund Kean Club that celebrated the career of the Shakespearean stage actor. The collection, dated 1813 to 1961, holds letters, graphics, posters, and printed matter.
Lachmund, Carl, 1853-1928
Music Division | JPB 92-1
The Carl V. Lachmund Collection represents the musical career of Carl Lachmund, a student of Franz Liszt, and Lachmund's subsequent devotion to the remembrance of Liszt's personality and the advancement of his music.
Schindler, Kurt, 1882-1935
Music Division | JPB 93-1
The Kurt Schindler Papers represent the life and career of Kurt Schindler, a conductor, composer, music editor and folksong musicologist. The material covers his early musical interests and compositions, his career in the United States as an... more
Cleveland, Grover, 1837-1908
Manuscripts and Archives Division | MssCol 17893
.25 linear feet (1 box)
Grover Cleveland (1837-1908) was the 22nd and 24th President of the United States, the only president to serve two non-consecutive terms. The collection consists of presidential papers; correspondence and professional papers; ephemera;... more
Toscanini, Arturo, 1867-1957
Music Division | JPB 90-1
330 linear feet
Arturo Toscanini was born in Parma, Italy, on March 25, 1867, and died in Riverdale, New York, on January 16, 1957. Many regard him as one of the world's greatest conductors. In addition, Toscanini's anti-Fascist stance during World War II... more
Toscanini, Arturo, 1867-1957
Music Division | JPB 90-1
330 linear feet
Arturo Toscanini was born in Parma, Italy, on March 25, 1867, and died in Riverdale, New York, on January 16, 1957. Many regard him as one of the world's greatest conductors. In addition, Toscanini's anti-Fascist stance during World War II... more