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Noblet Herbert, Jr. letter to Jane Charlotte Blackburn Washington

 Collection — Box: BW 9, Folder: 1 [X031589318]
Identifier: MSS 16214
Scope and Contents Noblet Herbert, Jr. letter to his aunt Jane Charlotte Blackburn Washington, January 25, 1852, 0.03 cubic feet, and one of the last letters during his life. He wrote during his trip to California with an expedition of about 80 Jefferson County men participating in the California "Gold Rush" with descriptions of the land and the costs of various livestock. Also included is an article in the California Historical Society Quarterly v. 29 no. 4 regarding a different letter from Noblet dated...
Dates: 1852 January 25

Thomas Nelson Berkeley Noland papers

 Collection
Identifier: MSS -16476
Content Description This collection documents Thomas Nelson Berkeley Noland's time in Peru, and contains his journal, a typed transcript of the journal by Mary Noland Young, photographs (chiefly albumen prints) of items, places, and peoples in the Amazon, correspondence (including drafts and translations), and legal documents. Also present are oversize blueprint maps of the Peruvian Amazon region drawn by Noland, a "Map of a Section of South America - Peru, a Vertical Cross Section of the Continent...
Dates: 1872 - 2020; Majority of material found in 1872-1906, 1964, 2020

Papers of Justice James Clark McReynolds

 Collection
Identifier: MSS-85-1

The Papers of Harry LeRoy Jones

 Collection
Identifier: MSS -85-7
Abstract This collection of administrative files that pertain to the Department of Justice Alien Property Division (1934-1959) contain claims and litigation files including correspondence, memoranda and other materials; numbered opinions of the Division’s General Counsel; claims decisions and related correspondence; and numerous drafts proposals and correspondence regarding the Trading with the Enemy Act of 1917. Of special interest are the gold cases.
Dates: Majority of material found in 1917-1975, 1934-1966