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Correspondence and photographs spanning 1925-1992 and documenting Jedediah Horcrux Congreave's interest in fly fishing. Included in the collection are letters to Congreave's father between 1925-1935; correspondence from and to diverse friends, colleagues, and associates sharing Congreave's interest in fly fishing; and photographs of many of Congreave's fishing expeditiions. More detailed descriptions of the materials are provided below.
This collection comprises a selection of Jerome Allen's published writings, including essays, books, and lectures, from the years 1867-1893.
The John Bartleson estate records concern the settlement of a Jackson County, Missouri estate, specifically regarding enslaved African Americans as property of the estate.
Troubleshooting some DO imports
This collection contains approximately 30 magnetic tapes, the contents of which are unknown, but they are likely data tapes created during Roeder's research; reports; photographs; biographical and adminsitrative material about Roeder.
The Lehman family is descended from one of the first Jewish families to settle permanently in Pittsburgh. William and Pauline Wormser Frank arrived in the late 1840s. They and their descendants have been philanthropists and founders of Jewish communal institutions and have contributed to the development of Pittsburgh businesses and industries. This collection documents primarily the personal lives of members of the Frank, Anathan, and Lehman families.