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Subject Source: Library Of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Here are entered collections of essays. Works on the essay as a literary form are entered under Essay.

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

Bibbins papers

Identifier: MS 0129

Typescript and notes for "The Beginnings of Maryland and Its First Capital-St. Mary's" circa 1933. Diary 1901-1902 of Mrs. Bibbins, entitled, "English Memoirs". Includes her account of opening of Parliament in 1902.

Dates: 1901 - 1933

Charles Carroll commonplace book

Identifier: MS 0207

The Charles Carroll commonplace book contains holograph articles by Carroll on taxation and the public debt, circa 1776.

Dates: circa 1776

Henry Johns Berkley collection

Identifier: MS 0123
Abstract Scrapbook contains clippings of cartoon and news items dealing with U.S. participation in WWI. Also a few contemporary broadsides. Four typescripts written by Dr. Henry J. Berkley in 1936; The Colony of Md 1634-1707, The Hundred and Town of Port Tobacco, Charles Col, A Chronological History of the Town and City of Baltimore, Histories of Early Episcopal churches and parishes in MD, The Huguenots in FL and SC, Legends of Southwestern Indians, Adventuring with Sir John Hawkins in England,...
Dates: 1918 - 1940

J. Morrison Harris papers

Identifier: MS 2739

This collection contains the papers of James Morrison Harris, a Baltimore lawyer and member of the United States House of Representatives from Maryland. The dates of the collection span 1778-1928.

Dates: 1778-1928

John Leeds Bozman notebook

Identifier: MS 0087

Vol. 1: Extracts from MD State Papers for 1636-58, made by John Leeds Bozman. Vol. 2: Rough draft of enlarged edition of pamphlet containing essays on several subjects under the Laws of MD (pub. 1802 under title, A NEW ARRANGEMENT OF THE COURTS OF JUSTICE OF THE STATE OF MD).

Dates: circa 1800

Robert Lyon Mayall papers

Identifier: MS 2788

This collection consists of four typescripts of family history of the ancestors of Robert Lyon Mayall. The information in the typescripts was compiled from primary sources in the Maryland Historical Society.

Dates: undated

Steiger family papers

Identifier: MS 2501

This collection contains the papers of William Tell Steiger (1801-1888) and his wife, Hannah Van Patten Steiger (fl. 1865-1900), both of Brightwood Farm near Laurel in Howard County, Maryland. This collection well documents the agrarian lifestyle that characterized pre-industrial America.

Dates: 1807-1887

Thomas Law family papers

Identifier: MS 2386
Abstract The Thomas Law family papers is a collection made up almost exclusively of the papers of Thomas Law and his two sons John and Edmund. Thomas Law's papers include both incoming and outgoing correspondence 1791-1834, and essays and opinions written by Law on various philosophic, economic and political topics. All of the correspondence either comes from or is written to Washington DC where Law lived after emigrating to the U.S. in 1794. Topics discussed in the letters include U.S....
Dates: 1791-1834