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Tag Archives: boxplorations
Boxplorations: Papers of John J. Rose, Aviation Engineer
This edition of Boxplorations explores the Papers of John J. Rose (MS-178), which date between 1914 and 1983 and consist of 1.5 linear feet of materials. The text below came from the collection finding aid, written by Stephen Kahn, circa … Continue reading
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Boxplorations: Woodland Cemetery Articles of Association, 1841
In our latest edition of date-related “boxplorations,” today 4/14, we took a look at manuscript collection number 414 — MS-414: Woodland Cemetery Collection (click to view PDF finding aid) — which contains materials relating to the organization and business ventures of the … Continue reading
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Boxplorations: Stumbling upon Home in a WWI letter
We usually try to write our blog posts without using too many first-person pronouns, but today I must deviate from that rule of thumb or else I would have no sensible way to share what I’d like to share with … Continue reading
Posted in Aviation, Collections, Local History Tagged aviation, boxplorations, I found it in the Archives, MS-196, WWI Comments Off on Boxplorations: Stumbling upon Home in a WWI letter