Found in 80 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains papers related to Albert Zimmerman’s travels around the world to see the sights and investigate trade possibilities in the hardware manufacturing industry. This includes a travel diary and letters sent to his family in Baltimore, Maryland.
This collection contains miscellaneous papers relating to the Wilkins, Glenn, and Davis families. Included are family letters and correspondence, genealogical notes, deeds, journals and diaries. One diary of note is that of Mrs. Mary Wilkins Davis.
The astronomical journal of mathematician and astronomer Benjamin Banneker (1731-1806), one of the first African-Americans to be recognized for his scientific achievements. He was also a successful farmer, surveyor, and almanac author and was largely self-taught.
This collection is comprised of Benjamin Henry Latrobe's 23 journals written in ink script, with some sketches, describing his activities in Maryland, Virginia, New York, Louisiana, and Washington, D.C. from 1796-1820 as well as 19 bound volumes of letterbooks containing primarily business information from 1803-1817.
The Brune-Randall Family Papers includes papers relating to 68 members of this extensive Baltimore family. The bulk of the papers are those of 6 individuals: Frederick W. Brune (1813-78), his wife Emily [Barton] Brune (1826-1908); their daughter Susan Katharine [Brune] Randall (1860-1937), her husband Blanchard Randall (1856-1942), their daughter Elizabeth Blanchard [Randall] Slack (b. 1892) and her husband Harry Richmond Slack (1888-1957). The papers span the period 1782 to 1972.