Scope and Contents This collection of approximately 200 photographs of Alaska was used by Sally Carrighar in two of her books, "Moonlight at Midday" (1958,) and "Wild Voice of the North" (1959). The photographs, primarily taken in the 1950's, are of towns, people, animals and scenery.
Overview Civil War soldier's letters. The collection contains letters from unidentified Union Soldiers.
Overview Contains 19th century property deeds and indentures from Grafton County, New Hampshire
Scope and Contents The collection contains a bibliography prepared for the U.S. Air Force on the ice cap of Greenland.
Overview Mercantile records collection, Hanover, NH. The collection contains bills and receipts for goods and services.
Overview Josiah Burnham (1743-1806) The collection contains material related to the criminal case against Josiah Burnham including a letter from Nathan Smith to NH Governor John Langdon regarding timing of Josiah Burnham's execution for the murders of Russell Freeman and Captain Joseph Starkweather.
Overview European Manuscripts (1510-1760). The collection contains nine European manuscripts consisting of "Manuale" of obligations in Latin (1510-1519), five manuscript leaves in French written and signed by a notary public (1549-1554), a Vellum case dated 1511 with Latin mmanuscript of an earlier period on inside, a French business document, 1657, with handwritten notes dated 1659 and a French letter of consignment, 1760.
Overview "Northwood ho! Seminar" (1986-1989). Freshman Seminar. Consist of course syllabus, reading lists, paper topics and student papers on the subject of polar exploration.
Scope and Contents The collection contains a series of 33 lantern slides that illustrate the United States North Polar Expedition of 1871-1873, commanded by Charles Francis Hall and known as the Polaris Expedition. The slides illustrate all aspects of the expedition and were taken from a variety of sources, all previously published.
Overview The collection contains popular Orchestrations of the late 19th and early 20th century.