Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: SC 01591
Scope and Contents 15 Photographs of various Frost family members and their pet cats, a book of poems by Jean Esther Frost, an article cut out from the Maxwell's Homeaker written by G. Howard Frist, a first drawing from Marion, presumable when a child which was kept by Jean Esther, Boston University Commencement Exercises program from 1937 featuring Marion Eleanor Frost, and a letter to Ms. Frost thanking her for her donations to the City of Newton, Mass. for the Jackson homestead. There is also an outline of a...
Identifier: SC 00643
Scope and Contents Two handwritten poetry journals. One kept by Sarah Wood and one by an unknown writer. The unknown writer has a religious theme plus many of the poems are by other authors. Sarah Wood's poems are about her friends, family and historical and current events in her life. One poem is written in memory of her father, and other poems in memory of friends. Her subjects are varied, for example one poem is entitled, "The Superanuated Horse to His Master" and another one, "Alliteration." ...
Identifier: SC 00896
Scope and Contents Copybook of Lizzie Ellis Bernard of Rockwood, Orange Coounty and Petersburg, Virginia. The following description was provided by the seller: "There are several numbered pages where the writer has copied poems, lengthy essays, German language exercises, lists for home remedies, word puzzles, etc. She has also cut pages, cartoons and articles from newspapers and broadsides and glued them over existing hand-written work.... There is a newspaper piece with an image of a New Year's clock from...
Identifier: SC 01596
Scope and Contents Brown leather bound autograph album containing various poems, well wishes, and verses addressed to Ms. Mary Ann Pease of New Bedford, Massachusetts. The album contains a printed illustration of a Native American kneeling on a rock, facing a body of water. Under it reads, painted by J. G. Chapman, engraved by E. Gallaudet. This page also indicates that the album was published by J. C. Riker, New York. In addition to this front page with illustration are four illustrated and colored pages...
Identifier: Mss. Acc. 2008.122
Scope and Contents This collection contains the personal and professional papers of Reetika Vazirani. It includes a number of poems, manuscripts, photographs, floppy disks, correspondence and publications that relate to her work as a published writer and instructor. The collection also holds personal correspondence, a sketchbook, and legal documents, as well as materials regarding Vazirani's death and legacy. There are also books from her library in Rare Books.