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Found 6 collections related to Burroughs, John, 1837-1921

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Gilder, Richard Watson, 1844-1909
Manuscripts and Archives Division | MssCol 1154
22 linear feet (46 boxes)
Richard Watson Gilder (1844-1909), American poet and editor, served as editor-in-chief of Scribner's Monthly and its successor The Century Illustrated Monthly. He was active in many civic improvement and public service organizations. Collection... more
Barrus, Clara, 1864-1931
Manuscripts and Archives Division | MssCol 3927
.42 linear feet (1 box)
Clara Barrus (1864-1931) was a physician and long-time companion and biographer of naturalist John Burroughs. Her papers consist of incoming correspondence, 1906-1931, primarily from her friends Elizabeth Dowden and Charles Fletcher Lummis, her... more
Burroughs, John, 1837-1921
Manuscripts and Archives Division | MssCol 4107
0.1 linear feet (1 folder)
Including copies of letters from R.W. Gilder to John Burroughs (1876, 1899-1904).
Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919
Manuscripts and Archives Division | MssCol 474
2.2 linear feet (11 boxes)
Andrew Carnegie (1835-1919) was an American industrialist and philanthropist. Collection consists of letters written to Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Carnegie chiefly relating to social matters.

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Anthony, Alfred Williams, 1860-1939
Manuscripts and Archives Division | MssCol 115
19 linear feet (48 boxes)
Alfred Anthony Williams (1860- ), theologian, author and educator, was an executive and administrator of the Committee of the Federal Council of Christ, founder of the Federation Committee of Good Will Between Jews and Christians, and treasurer of... more
Church, William Conant, 1836-1917
Manuscripts and Archives Division | MssCol 548
2.1 linear feet (7 boxes)
William Conant Church (1836-1917) was co-editor with his brother, Francis P. Church, of The Galaxy, a literary monthly, and The Army and Navy Journal, a weekly newspaper devoted to the interests of the U.S. military. The Galaxy was absorbed in... more