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MAN. Manuscript Collections

Identifier: MAN

Found in 601 Collections and/or Records:

Ambrose Clarke-von Kapff and Brune shipping papers

Identifier: MS 1754

This collection contains the personal and business papers of Ambrose Clarke, Baltimore merchant, and letterbook of his son-in-law, Frederick w. Brune of vonKapff and Brune.

Dates: 1793-1829

Anacreontic Society of Baltimore minute book

Identifier: MS 1793

This collection contains the minute book for the Anacreontic Society of Baltimore, a men's musical club in the 19th century.

Dates: 1820-1826

Anderson family collection

Identifier: MS 2764

This collection primarily contains the correspondence of James W. Anderson (1797-1881), his wife Mary Minor Anderson (1810-1865), and their son Captain James Anderson (1831-1920).

Dates: 1795-1894

Anna Ella Carroll papers

Identifier: MS 1224

This collection contains the political correspondence of Anna Ella Carroll, a political advisor to Abraham Lincoln and noted pamphleteer.

Dates: 1822-1890

Anne Arundel County land papers collection

Identifier: MS 2298

This collection contains papers relating to land transactions in Anne Arundel County, Maryland, including plats, patents, grants and deeds.

Dates: 1685 - 1782

Anthony Gordon manuscript collection

Identifier: MS 2809

This collection contains documents related to Anthony Gorton’s work as a sea captain, including papers such as insurance claims, correspondence, and manifests.

Dates: 1802-1824; Majority of material found within 1806-1822

Archer family correspondence

Identifier: MS 0033

James J. Archer was a Maryland lawyer and officer in the Mexican-American War and American Civil War. This collection contains two decades of correspondence between Archer and his family and includes descriptions of Archer's life during wartime and his experiences as a prisoner of war prior to his death (1864-1865). Also included in the collection is various correspondence between other Archer family members.

Dates: 1843-1864

Archer family letters

Identifier: MS 1920.1
Abstract The entire collection consists of typed transcritps of letters of Archer family members in Harford County, MD and in Texas. The letters of John Archer, Stevenson Archer, Hannah Stump Archer, Thomas Archer, Dr. Robert H. Archer, Dr. George Washington Archer, and other family members are included. The letters provide insight into the actual nature of the westward movement of Americans and also provides clues to the motivating factors behind such migration. The letters contain family and...
Dates: 1846-1871

Archer-Mitchell-Stump-Williams family papers

Identifier: MS 1948
Abstract This collection contains the papers of prominent, intermarried Harford and Cecil County, Maryland families, primarily Archers, Mitchells, Stumps, and Williams. The papers include information on Congressmen, Maryland legislators, Maryland judges, a Navy surgeon who went on tour throughout the world and accompanied Perry to Japan, among others. Also numerous family and personal papers relating to genealogy and also to social, economic, religious, educational aspects. The collection addresses...
Dates: 18th-20th century

Arthur D. Gans Magician ephemera collection

Identifier: MS 3136

The collection contains ephemera related to professional, semi-professional, and amateur magicians collected by Arthur D. Gans.

Dates: 1906 - 1950