MAN. Manuscript Collections
Found in 601 Collections and/or Records:
Bland family papers
Bonaparte book collection
The collection contains books from the personal libraries of Elizabeth Patterson Bonaparte, Jerome Napoleon Bonaparte and other Bonaparte family members. Many of the volumes contain autographs and annotations.
Sketch of Bernard T. Carter; 2 volumes of scrapbook of letters from lawyers and libraries re: distribution of the HISTORY OF MD COURTS OF APPEALS by Carroll T. Bond. Manuscript notes on Thomas Jennings. Journal of trip abroad 1914; journals of Canadian trips; journals of social events; miscellaneous correspondence and journals 1887-1935.
Boone-O'Brien-Harnickell family papers
The papers in the Boone-O'Brien-Harnickell collection span a period from 1878 until 1974, with the bulk of these falling between the years 1939 and 1950. The majority of the papers are letters, documents and cards, although there are a few hand-written manuscripts.
Bornschein music manuscripts
Bosley family genealogical collection
The Bradford papers contain materials primarily related to Governor Augustus W. Bradford. These materials are dated between 1843 through 1894 and are supplemented by materials from Augustus's father Samuel Bradford.
This collection contains personal correspondence, report cards, postcards, holiday cards, certificates, business correspondence, receipts, and stock records of Baltimore lawyer Clement Rider Brandau, Jr. (b. 1929) and his wife Jean Kolb Brandau (b. 1933).
Briarley Hall Military Academy scrapbook
Scrapbook containing photographs, ephemera, and notes from the Cadet L.F. Crocker’s time at Briarley Military Academy in Poolesville, Maryland.
Briggs-Stabler family papers
The Briggs-Stabler papers contain personal, business, and family papers documenting the Briggs and Stabler families and important information about exploration and engineering in the 18th and 19th centuries, as well as the history of the American South. In addition to genealogical information, the collection includes surveys of the Mississippi Territory in 1803-1804, and information on Isaac Briggs’ work with Thomas Jefferson and the Erie Canal.