2 edition of Guide to Manuscript Division"s finding aids found in the catalog.
Guide to Manuscript Division"s finding aids
English and French.
|Other titles||Guide des instruments de recherche de la Division des manuscrits.|
|Statement||compiled by Gilles L. Durocher.|
|Contributions||Durocher, Gilles L., National Archives of Canada. Manuscript Division.|
|The Physical Object|
The Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections (RMC) houses books, collections of archival material, bound manuscripts, and other resources. For an overview of our materials visit our collections overview page and for highlights of our collections visit our collection highlights page.. Once you've located resources of interest to you, please register and request them through the library. The Coker Award “recognizes finding aids, finding aid systems, innovative development in archival description, or descriptive tools that enable archivists to produce more effective finding aids. To merit consideration for the award, nominees must set national standards, represent a model for archives description, or otherwise have a.
Many of these sources are described in Civil War Manuscripts: A Guide to Collections in the Manuscript Division of the Library of Congress, compiled by John R. Sellers (Washington: Library of Congress, ; ZL48 ).[back] Slave Narratives (EAD Finding Aid) The Slave Narratives titled: Opinions Regarding Slavery () is an original manuscript collection created and compiled by Professor John Brother Cade, Sr. The Southern University Library is named in honor of John B. Cade.
The collection consists of 16 medical account books maintained by Alexandria, VA, Dr. George Taylor Klipstein to record his financial transactions with his patients from One volume, the ledger kept from , is split into two, so there are 17 volumes in total. Search Finding Aid Administrative Information. Biographical Information A Guide to the John Brick Book Manuscript, ca. A Collection in Special Collections The processing and description of the John Brick Book Manuscript commenced and was completed in December
history of Bideford
Ladies garments and how to make them
Devotions for joggers (Spire books)
Study guide to accompany Mauser & Schwartz American business, an introduction, 6th ed
dictionary of modern technical terms, Arabic-English
Teach yourself Greek
Married for money
Metamorphosed trondhjemitic basement beneath the Archean Favourable Lake volcanic complex, northwestern Ontario
works of W.E. Henley.
William Carey: Obliged to Go
Modern studies for schoolleavers
Deutsch-englisches Glossarium, finanzieller und wirtschaftlicher Fachausdrücke
Debates at the Robin-Hood Society, in the city of New-York, on Monday night 19th of July, 1774
The Manuscript Division's online finding aids are listed on this website. In addition, many collections are described by print finding aids available only in the Manuscript Reading Room. When browsing this list of finding aids, please select "View finding aid" to retrieve the finding aid from the Library-wide finding aid database.
You may search across all the finding aids on the Library's. Many collections are available on microfilm. Here are available both a searchable guide to our manuscripts holdings and an alphabetical listing of available manuscript collection finding aids. Some collection finding aids have been posted online in pdf format - click on a title to access these documents.
USING THE ONLINE GUIDE TO MANUSCRIPT MATERIALS IN THE TENNESSEE STATE LIBRARY AND ARCHIVES. A number of the microfilmed manuscripts and original materials described in the Guide have links to finding aids for the collection. The finding aids are in PDF format, and you must have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer in order to view the files.
Many pre books held in the Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections can be found in the Cornell Online Library Catalog not only by author, title, or subject, but also by publication date, place of publication, any former owners who put their names in the book, press (if a small press), or binder (if known).
For example, if you would like to look up all the books in the Division that. Search Library of Congress finding aids by keyword. Browse finding by collection, date, LC location, name, name/title, and subject. Finding aids are XML documents created using the Encoded Archival Description (EAD). The University of Chicago Library > Special Collections Research Center > Finding Aids > Guide to Devotional book.
Manuscript, Manuscript, Search this Finding Aid. Manuscripts Collections in Finding Aids. Main Catalog. Donor Information. Digital Records Guidelines for Donors, Manuscripts Division. Contemporary Manuscript Collections Acquisitions Questionnaire. Donor Inventory Template.
Deed of Gift. Boxing and Inventory Guide. The Manuscripts Division holds an estima linear feet of materials. Archival Finding Aids are detailed guides to the contents and intellectual organization of a repository's archival and manuscript collections. The finding aids posted here in alphabetical order describe selected collections in the Patricia D.
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NB – The finding aids are listed in chronological order. “Oriental Manuscripts and Books Presented by Alexander I. Cotheal, Esq.” Columbia College Library, May The bare title list without call numbers documents the first donation of Islamic books to Columbia University by the merchant, gentleman scholar and bibliophile A.
Cotheal (). The Finding Aid Type Authority List provides data values for the Finding Aid Type element. Calendarscope note: A chronological list of individual documents, either selective or comprehensive, usually with a description providing such information as writer, recipient, date, place, summary of content, type of document, and page or leaf count.
source: SAA Glossary, Personal papers of prominent individuals and records of organizations provide important resources for the research of LGBTQ+ history and related topics. The Library’s Manuscript Division collects and provides access to a wide variety of these collections.
The Guide is an indispensable aid for researching family genealogy, local history, and social trends. Beyond its extraordinary reference value, the Guide will fascinate all curious readers and inspire a deep appreciation of America's rich documentary heritage.
8 1/2" x 11", pages, 59 illustrations National Archives and Records. Manuscripts Collections in Finding Aids Main Catalog The Manuscripts Division has one of the largest collections of Ethiopic manuscripts outside Ethiopia, including nearly codices (bound manuscripts) and more than magic scrolls (amulets), dating from the 17th to 20th centuries, chiefly written in Ge'ez, the sacred language of the.
Rare Book and Manuscript Library. Other Finding Aids. Guide to the materials on microfilm, 1 volume, in repository. Restrictions on Access. This collection is located on-site. This collection has no restrictions. Terms Governing Use and Reproduction. Single photocopies may be made for research purposes.
A guide to manuscript collections in the history of psychology and related areas. Millwood, NY: Kraus. [Ref. BF S58 ] From the series "Bibliographies in the History of Psychology and Psychology." Szucs, L.
D., & Luebking, S. The Archives: A guide to the National Archives field branches. Salt Lake City: Ancestry. The two-volume Dictionary Catalog of the Manuscript Division, (Boston: G.K. Hall, ) reproduces the card catalog as it appeared in Although it is no longer comprehensive, this important guide to our collections is available in research libraries throughout the world.
Archives at Yale (f inding aid database). Finding aids are descriptive guides for archival and manuscript materials held in Yale Libraries. They provide information necessary to identify and request specific materials within an archive, such as box and folder numbers and format descriptions.
Many manuscript and archival repositories have online catalogs or databases that allow searching across collection finding aids. Look for these and search them for sources on your topic.
Collections may be described in catalog records, website descriptions, NUCMC records, published collection guides, and/or Wikipedia entries in addition to or. In accordance with Manuscript Division policy, minors and high school students are not admitted to the Manuscript Reading Room.
For preservation reasons, if a collection has been reproduced onto microfilm or in a digital collection either in whole or in part, Manuscript Division policy requires readers to consult the microfilm or digital surrogate.
Find what you need with: Finding Aids Accessions Locator Plus All Modern Manuscript Collections. Modern manuscripts are defined as archival materials dating from the year and comprise an estima linear feet, including about oral histories.
For manuscript collections with finding aids, fully searchable versions of EAD (Encoded Archival Description) encoded finding aids .The Manuscript Division prepared the selected material for the camera, and the following shelflist is a product of that work.
The researcher should be aware that Gerhard L. Weinberg's Guide to Captured German Documents (Columbia University, Bureau of Applied Social Research, ), which for years was the sole access tool to the collection, can no longer be used.Archivists prepare guides to archival and manuscript collections, which are also known as finding aids.
These guides typically contain a prose description of the collection and the person or organization that produced it, as well as a list of the contents that indicates how the collection is structured and where to find particular materials.