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Travel

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Here are entered works on the art of travel, etc. Works on voyages and travels are entered under the heading Voyages and travels.

Found in 30 Collections and/or Records:

Albert Zimmerman manuscript collection

 Collection
Identifier: MS 3171
Abstract

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.

Dates: circa 1912-1920

Atkinson and Smith family papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS 2473
Abstract

This collection consists of personal papers belonging to the Atkinson and Smith families as well as business papers related to the Baltimore Chemical Works, a firm operated from 1833-1851 by James E. Atkinson (d. 1851) and his brother-in-law, Robert Marsh Smith (1813-1893).

Dates: 1806-1943

Benjamin H. Latrobe collection

 Collection
Identifier: MS 2009
Abstract

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.

Dates: 1796-1820

Chebeague Island vacation log book

 Collection
Identifier: 2019-014-LIB
Content Description This collection contains a 33-page unbound log handwritten in ink--including 40 line drawings of scenes and events--recording the adventures of six young Baltimore women on a month-long vacation in Maine in 1904. The vacation concluded at Chebeague Island where there was a 'Baltimore colony' of summer residents. The six women are Margaret Howard Yeaton, Elise Ingle, Mary Chase King, Neville St. George Lemmon, Janet Tucker Howell, and Elizabeth Tappan. At times the text and art seem to be a...
Dates: 1904

Dyer family manuscript collection

 Collection
Identifier: MS 3163
Abstract

The Dyer Family Manuscript Collection, ontains genealogical notes, documents, a journal and postcards of the Dyer Family of Maryland. The collection also contains documents of the Fells Point Rifle Company, commanded by Captain William B. Dyer, which was involved in the defense of Fort McHenry during the Battle of North Point.

Dates: 1807 - 1934

Edwin F. Greene photograph collection

 Collection
Identifier: PP 0203
Abstract

This collection contains photographs related to Captain Edwin F. Greene, a master of the Baltimore coffee fleet in the late 19th-early 20th century.

Dates: 1890-1899

Fairbank family papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS 2483
Abstract

This collection consists of papers belonging to Charles Alexander Fairbank, Sr. (1843-1917), his wife Sarah (Sallie) Sherwood Sinclair (1848-1933), and their children, Grace Carolyn (1876-1964), Charles Alexander Jr. (1878-1942), and Herbert S. (1888-1962).

Dates: 1868 - 1964

Forrest family manuscript collection

 Collection
Identifier: MS 3158
Abstract

This collection contains correspondence between Forrest family members, which discuss health, travel, and schooling. Multiple letters from Moreau Forrest to his wife, Mary Leeke Dashiell Robinson Forrest, relate his work as a United States Marshal.

Dates: 1834 - 1864; Majority of material found within 1842 - 1863

Glenn papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS 1017
Abstract

The collection is comprised primarily of correspondence as well as legal documents, deeds, wills and indentures, and some of Judge John Glenn's and his son William Wilkins Glenn’s personal correspondence, including letters from Reverdy Johnson, Daniel Webster, Robert E. Lee, Jefferson Davis, Maryland Governor Thomas Pratt, General Henry Heth, General Louis Wigfall.

Dates: 1706-1939

Henry Moore diary

 Collection
Identifier: MS 2495
Abstract

This collection consists of a xerox copy of a diary attributed to Henry Moore, a Baltimore merchant. The diary covers the period 1807-1809, and records his trip from Baltimore to Knoxville, Tennesse to establish a business.

Dates: 1807-1809