University of West Georgia - Irvine Sullivan Ingram Library
The Murphy collection contains boxes of manuscript materials, in addition to memorabilia, furniture, and other office contents from Murphy's Capitol suite
Florida State University - Special Collections Department
This collection contains detailed information about Florida schools during the administration of Mr. Bailey as State Superintendent of Public Instructions. The five papers are: Development of the Florida Department of Education 1900-1965; Florida schools during the administration of Thomas D. Bailey; When I took office in 1949; Statement by Thomas D. Bailey, State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Tallahassee, Florida - Re: Progress in Florida education; and Statement by Thomas D. Bailey, State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Tallahassee, Florida, August 23, 1965. The last item in this list is Bailey's resignation, submitted to Florida's Governor, Haydon Burns
Pennsylvania State University Libraries
Western Michigan University
Papers of [Mr.] Joyce Reed "Breesy" Bailey, Rockport, Missouri, 1942-1987, include personal papers: issues of The Bull Sheet, a newsletter, published by Joyce Bailey during World War II and sent to servicemen from the Rockport, Missouri area; letters by servicemen to Joyce Bailey; death certificate for Mary Helen Bailey, 1987
University of New Hampshire, Durham - Dimond Library
Account book kept by Thomas Bailey, presumably a lawyer, who recorded the inventories of nine estates in his home town of Amesbury, MA. Also included in the book is the estate of Thomas Bailey of Deering, NH
New York Public Library
Thomas H. Bailey was a New York City surgeon. Loose scrapbook of Thomas H. Bailey, consisting of letters from friends, notes, clippings, invitations, programs and other memorabilia reflecting his medical career and social life, including summers at Lake Mahopac, N.Y., during the period 1869-1898.
Boston Athenaeum
Aldrich, the poet, story-writer, and editor, in a slouched, near-profile pose wearing a dark three-piece suit with a white shirt, holding a dark hat and cane. Title devised by curator. Portrait file. Retrospective conversion record
Florida State University - Special Collections Department
This collection contains photocopied materials related to Mr. Bailey's time as Florida Superintendent of Public Instruction. It contains correspondence from 1955-1971, personal and biographical data about Bailey, as well as a large number of speeches and statements made while in office. These speeches cover a wide array of topics including graduation speeches for the Naval Air Station Civilian Apprentices in Pensacola; aid to children; Bible reading and prayer in public schools; the House Committee of Public and Higher Education; the necessity of community junior colleges as presented at the Southern States Work Conference in Daytona Beach; opposition to close sessions of public bodies; the Easter Seal Center in Tallahassee; the Conference of County Superintendents in Gainesville; propery tax; the Tallahassee Rotary Club; educational administration in Florida; the Ocala Junior College; public education; and segregation in schools
Washington State University - Holland Library
National Library of Australia
Part of a collection of portraits and photographs relating to Sir Kenneth Bailey, his family and career
National Library of Australia
Part of a collection of portraits and photographs relating to Sir Kenneth Bailey, his family and career
National Library of Australia
Part of a collection of portraits and photographs relating to Sir Kenneth Bailey, his family and career
National Library of Australia
Part of a collection of portraits and photographs relating to Sir Kenneth Bailey, his family and career
Portsmouth Athenaeum
Deeds for land and buildings (18 items) in Portsmouth, Greenland, Rochester, and Salem, N.H., and Boston, Mass.; deeds for goods and chattels; bills of sale for ships (10 items); and deeds for wharfage (3 items) -- Vessels represented include schooners Planter, Wellington, Ramble, Spy, and Col. Hanson; ships Granite State and Piscataqua; and bark Mary B. Oliver
University of Wisconsin, Green Bay - Cofrin Library
Two ledgers and twelve diaries of Thomas J. Bailey and his son, Henry J., who operated machine and wood-turning shops at Fort Howard, Green Bay and De Pere; including records, 1842-1845, relating to the First Pittsburgh Baptist Church Donation Missionary Society in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Stanford University
Correspondence, primarily with colleagues and also with policical figures, editors and publishers, personal friends, and various Stanford University agencies, committees, and departments. Includes manuscript materials used in publications, bibiliographical and biographical materials, and some personal records.
Harvard University - Houghton Library
Primarily compositions by American poet, novelist, and editor Thomas Bailey Aldrich.
Harvard University - Houghton Library
Chiefly letters to Thomas Bailey Aldrich and letters to his wife, Lilian Woodman Aldrich. Includes editorial correspondence from Aldrich's years as editor of The Atlantic Monthly and letters from others concerning Aldrich's own writings. Correspondents include: Henry Mills Alden, Arlo Bates, Th. Bentzon, Edwin Booth, Edgar Fawcett, Annie Fields, Isabella Stewart Gardner, Richard Watson Gilder, Ferris Greenslet, Thomas Wentworth Higginson, William Dean Howells, Archer M. (Archer Milton) Huntington, Helen Hunt Jackson, Henry James, Sarah Orne Jewett, Hamilton Wright Mabie, Charles Eliot Norton, H.W. (Harriet Waters) Preston, Frank Dempster Sherman, Edward Rowland Sill, Edmund Clarence Stedman, Bayard Taylor, Edith Matilda Thomas, Mark Twain, Henry Van Dyke, Charles Dudley Warner, Richard Grant White, Sarah Wyman Whitman, Nathaniel Parker Willis, and George Edward Woodberry. Family correspondence includes a long series of letters by Aldrich to Lillian Woodman before their marriage. Many ... Read More
University of Michigan - Bentley Historical Library
Letters to his mother concerning army life
University of South Carolina
Doctor's account books, original poetry, and small amount of corresopndence re Thomas P. Bailey and the Bailey family in Georgetown District, S.C., and in Leeds, England
American Antiquarian Society
This collection contains seventeen handwritten drafts for Thomas' almanacs for the years 1794, 1828-1837, 1839, two for 1841, 1844, and two for 1846. There are also receipts and business correspondence to John West (1770-1827), Melvin Lord (1791-1876), and Eleazor Tyng Fox Richardson (1787-1829), partners in the Boston printing firm of West, Richardson, and Lord. These letters contain Thomas' requests for books and printing supplies and information about the publication of the almanacs. There are also two contracts between Thomas and his printers. The first concerns Thomas and the Boston firm of Belknap and Hall for the years 1793-1799; the second contract is between Thomas and John West for the years 1800-1823. There is also an undated petition regarding the problem of juvenile thievery in West Boylston, Mass
Library of Virginia
Scope and Content Information Receipt, 27 July 1847, for $183.86 1/2 from Henry N. Bailey to Thomas Bailey being Henry Bailey's portion of the proceeds of the sale of the slaves from the estate of William Stanfield. This was pursuant to an order from the Halifax County, Virginia, court.
Stanford University
O'Connor's reminiscences about his former professor prepared as a paper for a history symposium, June 1985
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Author and editor. Outgoing correspondence of Aldrich and his wife addressed primarily to Edward Howard House relating to personal matters. Also includes a volume containing a holograph and typescript copy of "Monody on the Death of Wendell Phillips."
Harvard University - Houghton Library
Letterbook, daguerreotype, and manuscripts of American poet, editor, and novelist Thomas Bailey Aldrich.
Stanford University
Correspondence, primarily with colleagues and also with policical figures, editors and publishers, personal friends, and various Stanford University agencies, committees, and departments. Includes manuscript materials used in publications, bibiliographical and biographical materials, and some personal records
Harvard University - Houghton Library
Correspondence and other papers of the American writer Thomas Bailey Aldrich.
Pennsylvania State University Libraries
The Thomas Bailey Aldrich papers consist of over 200 letters and ca. 25 poems and other brief writings by Aldrich; a setting copy for a volume of his poems; 9 photographs and other pictorial items; and a small miscellany of clippings, biographical sketches, etc. The correspondence deals largely with Aldrich's roles as author and editor of the Atlantic Monthly, although personal matters are also discussed
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Outgoing correspondence of Aldrich and his wife addressed primarily to Edward Howard House relating to personal matters. Also includes a volume containing a holograph and typescript copy of "Monody on the Death of Wendell Phillips.".
Harvard University - Houghton Library
Letters of the American poet, novelist, and editor Thomas Bailey Aldrich.
Cornell University Libraries
ALS(Postcard) from Thomas Bailey Aldrich to George I. [Crombie?], dated November 8, 1886, with imprint "Editorial Office of The Atlantic Monthly, Boston.".
Harvard University - Houghton Library
Letters of American author and editor Thomas Bailey Aldrich to Horace E. Scudder concerning the Atlantic Monthly.
University of Washington
The Walter T. Hubbard papers document Hubbard's work with civic activist and faith-based groups at both the local (Seattle, Washington) and national level from the mid 1960s through 2002 -- The collection contains records relating to several of the organizations with which Hubbard was associated during this period, most nobably the Seattle Central Area Civil Rights Committee, the Seattle Interreligious Committee for the Rights of Soviet Jewry the Seattle Model City Program (SMCP), and the Nationonal Office For Black Catholics (NOBC). Records are mainly comprised of correspondence, minutes, newsletters, and reports. Among the topics covered is citizens' participation and oversight of the SCMP, which sought to reduce social and economic disadvantages in designated neighborhoods, provide training and employment opportunities, and establish health services for residents, especially in Seattle's Central District
Whitworth University
Organized in 1924 through the aid of Whitworth College President, W.A. Stevenson. The bulk of the materials consists of minutes of the governing boards, church directories, photographs and snapshots, sermons and sermon tapes, and congregational newsletters.
Oregon Historical Society Research Library
76 plans, elevations, details, schedules and sections on 8 sheets of a house for Thomas & Margaret Dixon at 3136 SW Fairmount Blvd. in Portland, Oregon, scale: 1/4" : 1' to 3" : 1', 1951. Van Evera Bailey (1903-1980) was a Portland architect best known for his residential design work.
Scranton Public Library - Albright Memorial Library
William Bailey, the emigrant ancestor of the Bailey family of Rhode Island, was apparently from London, England and moved to Newport before 1655. He married Grace Parsons and they had five sons: John Bailey (d. 1736), Hugh Bailey (d.1724), Joseph Bailey, Edward Bailey (d. 1712), and Stephen Bailey (1665 - 1724). William died before 1670 and his widow remarried Thomas Lawton. This document details Hugh's descendants who moved to Abington Township, PA
University of Michigan Libraries
Concerns possible publication of her work in the "Atlantic monthly," and other possible markets
Brigham Young University - Harold B. Lee Library
Typewritten book draft with handwritten corrections. The item is a biography of William Henry White (1851-1938) who was a Montana pioneer, Indian fighter, and one of the command which buried the dead on the Custer battlefield in June of 1876. The item was submitted to the Old Army Press by Mrs. Theodore Heil for publication
University of New Hampshire, Durham - Dimond Library
Four letters written by Thomas Bailey Aldrich to his good friend and his wife's obstetrician, Dr. Israel Tisdale Talbot. The letters are personal in nature. In one dated September 18, 1868 Aldrich informs Talbot that he named his youngest son Talbot Bailey Aldrich in honor of the doctor's friendship and service to the family
New England Historic Genealogical Society
Short letter in which Aldrich, editor of The Atlantic Monthly, informs Bishop that his manuscript has arrived
Dartmouth College - Rauner Special Collections Library
Manuscript poems; letters to William Winter, Arthur Stedman, E.C. Stedman, and others, on personal and literary matters. Longfellow discussed in correspondence; mention made of sending a sum of money to Walt Whitman; furnishes E.C. Stedman with material on Bayard Taylor
University of Virginia
Aldrich writes Charles Eliot Norton regarding serialization of the Emerson-Carlyle correspondence in the Atlantic and the possibility of an article on Emerson by Norton
Stanford University - Hoover Institution Library and Archives
Correspondence, notes, photocopies of government documents, printed matter, and photographs, relating to the sinking of the Lusitania in 1915, and to the undeclared American-German naval war, 1939-1941. Collected by T.A. Bailey and Paul B. Ryan. Includes some papers of T.A. Bailey, relating especially to the Marshall Plan
Brown University Library
[1] "England" [sonnet]. [2] "The one white race.".
Brown University Library
Brown University Library
Declines an invitation to attend the Fourth of July celebration in Portsmouth
Brigham Young University - Harold B. Lee Library
Two handwritten and signed letters and a handwritten and signed poem. Bailey writes to "Mr. Norton" on 19 March 1888 on "59 Mt. Vernon St." stationary regarding an autograph collection. Bailey says he does not want it and speculates on someone that might
State Library of Western Australia
Harvard University - Houghton Library
Photographs concerning Thomas Bailey Aldrich and the Aldrich family. Includes portraits, cabinet photographs, cartes-de-visite, engravings, and a tin-type
Harvard University - Houghton Library
Letters from Aldrich to various correspondents, a photograph of Aldrich, and a check to Walt Whitman
Folger Shakespeare Library
Poems by Aldrich on topics such as Shakespeare and the Bacon-Shakespeare controversy. (1) entitled "Problem," with first line "So closely knit are mind and brain." (2) entitled "Ellen Terry in The merchant of Venice," with first line "As thus she lives and moves upon the scene." (3) entitled "At Stratford-upon-Avon," with first line "Thus spoke his dust (so seemed it as I read" (4) entitled "Book and seasons," with first line "Because the sky is blue because blithe May" (5) entitled "Guilie[l]mus Rex," with first line "The folk who lived in Shakespeare's day" (6) entitled "The Shakespeare-Bacon idiocy" with first line "So Bacon wrote our Shakespeare's plays.".
Folger Shakespeare Library
A poem on a picture of Edwin Booth, an illuminated copy on a board, by William Cushing Bamburgh. With it is another poem by E.C. Stedman, "Where's he that died o' Wednesday," by the same illuminator, 1902. Each poem autographed by its author
University of Virginia
Handwritten copy in an unknown hand, n.d., of Thomas Bailey Aldrich's "At Fredericksburg," i.e., "Fredericksburg.".
University of New Hampshire, Durham - Dimond Library
Letter written by Thomas Bailey Aldrich to Reverend John M. Milson that promises him a copy of the poem "Two Moods." Included is Aldrich's signed and undated, holograph copy of "Two Moods.".
Brown University Library
Humorous piece in which he "can prove that Sir Francis Bacon wrote Wordsworth's poems.".
State Library of Western Australia
State Library of Western Australia
State Library of Western Australia
University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
Apologizes for a tardy acknowledgment of Miss Griswold's vote
Harvard University - Houghton Library
23 letters to Horace E. Scudder concerned largely with The Atlantic Monthly
National Library of Medicine - History of Medicine Division
Comprised of correspondence, biographical material, diary, drafts of articles and books, notes, maps, clippings, and publications. Portions of the diary (1919-1935) are available on microfilm
Temple University - Special Collections Research Center
A series of correspondence written by the American journalist as editor of Atlantic Monthly, and with McKee Rankin, regarding changes to Judith of Bethulia, a play written by Aldrich specifically for Nance O'Neil. The collection also includes several poems and the original manuscript for the novella, For bravery on the field of battle. The other prominent correspondent is Edmund Clarence Stedman
Brown University Library
ALS to Oliver Wendell Holmes, Boston, Mass., Feb. 23, 1889, with env.; ALS to John Greenleaf Whittier, Ponkapog, Mass., June 13, 1896; typescript copy of both; typescript biographical sketch; clipping from Am. Art Assoc. sale cat
University of Virginia
Original autograph manuscript; with corrections and emendations in the text by Aldrich
University of Virginia
There are manuscripts of poems, including Elmwood and Fredericksburg. For a fuller treatment, see listing in control folder [27 items. chiefly holograph signed]--Letters, 1856-1906, from Aldrich to Madison Julius Cawein, Richard Watson Gilder, Louise Imogen Guiney, Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Robert Underwood Johnson, Edmund Clarence Stedman, William Winter and others concern a variety of topics, chiefly centering around Aldrich's editorship of the Atlantic Monthly and his attempts to publish his own works. Another group of letters, 1895-1911, from Lilian Woodman Aldrich to nurse Lucy Voshell concerns the marriages of her twin sons and the failing health and death of one of them, Charles Frost Aldrich [ca. 100 items. holograph signed]--There are engravings and photographs of Aldrich and members of his family [22 items]
University of Virginia
Aldrich summarizes what he knows about their mutual friend Fitz-James O'Brien, a science fiction writer who died in the Civil War, in particular his appointment as a staff officer to Frederick W. Lander a few weeks before he died. A note on the last page signed "W.W." states that Winter used part of the letter in his book "Old friends.".
Folger Shakespeare Library
Correspondents: William Winter, George S. Stewart, E.C. Stedman, Mrs. C.W. Machin, J.B. Gilder, Mr. Johnson, F.W. Spiers, and another
University of New Hampshire, Durham - Dimond Library
Two letters written by Thomas Bailey Aldrich. One letter describes some of his works in progress, the other, written from the office of the Atlantic Monthly, requests the portraits of several people from Arthur Stedman. Also included is a holograph copy of the first and last stanzas of the poem "On Lynn Terrace", an engraved portrait of Aldrich, and inscribed letterhead
State Library of Western Australia
Baylor University - Central Libraries Rare Books and Special Collections
Scope and Content This collection was acquired as a gift from Celia Grant on 2010 July 19. There are two documents in the collection. The first is a letter of correspondence written by Baylor President Pat Morris Neff on 1936 December 16. He congratulated William and Ada May on their 50th wedding anniversary. The second item is a journal entry by Roberta Lucille Malone, the granddaughter of William and Ada May. This entry explains the context of the letter. Administrative/Biographical History In ...
University of California, Berkeley
Declining an invitation
New-York Historical Society
Letter signed T. B. Aldrich on stationery of the editorial office of The Atlantic Monthly, Boston. Aldrich asks Benjamin for a title for an article and encloses $120 in payment for it
University of West Florida,-- Special Collections Dept
Papers including correspondence, speeches, photographs, publications, and biographical materials, relating to Bailey's activities as Florida sperintendent of public instruction, work on behalf of education, and educational subjects such as desegragation. Includes his acceptance speech upon the dedication of the University of West Florida's first administration/classroom complex (buildings 10, 11, and 12) as the Bailey Center, October 9, 1966
Harvard University - Houghton Library
Letters and manuscripts by Aldrich. One letterpress copybook contains 22 letters, 1881-1890, by Aldrich (most with typed transcripts), concerned chiefly with Atlantic Monthly editorial matters. Manuscripts of works by Aldrich include The Last Caesar, Tom Folio, Poor Yorick, Judith of Bethulia, and The Tents of Asshur, an early version of Judith of Bethulia. In addition there is an illustrated transcript of Aldrich's poem Baby Bell done by L.T. Hyde and a daguerreotype portrait of Aldrich from the 1850s
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Two ledgers and twelve combination personal and shop diaries kept by Thomas Bailey and his son Henry, tool and cabinetmakers at Fort Howard, Green Bay, and De Pere, Wis -- The entries from 1853 to about 1890 illustrate the variety of output from one local shop in Wisconsin before the development of the factory system. Entries from 1842 to 1845 record the establishment of the First Baptist Home Missionary Society in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and include a list of officers, a constitution, minutes, and a collection of notations set down by the elder Bailey, recording secretary for the organization
Harvard University - Houghton Library
Various manuscripts of literary works by Aldrich. Includes a few manuscripts of translations of poems. Also includes records and minutes relating to the founding of the Thomas Baily Aldrich Memorial Association, and Aldrich's marriage certificate
Smith College - Neilson Library
Aldrich comments on Sherman's printed works, especially Little-folks lyrics (1892), and includes holograph of Sherman's poem entitled "Written in a copy of Sill's poem," with annotations by Aldrich
Oregon Historical Society Research Library
41 plans, elevations, details and sections on 4 sheets of a house for Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Slaven in Palm Springs, California, scale: 1/4" : 1', 1936; 34 plans, elevations, sections and details on 3 sheets of a ranch house for Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Slaven in Orland, California, scale: 1/4" : 1' to 1:1, 1937. Van Evera Bailey (1903-1980) was a Portland architect best known for his residential design work.
Oregon Historical Society Research Library
90 plans, sections, details and elevations on 13 sheets of a house for Mary H. & Thomas E. Young in Lake Oswego, Oregon, scale: 1/4" : 1' to 1:1, 1938-1939. Van Evera Bailey (1903-1980) was a Portland architect best known for his residential design work.
Roanoke Public Library - Special Collections
Scope and Content The Louise Bailey Collection consists of 12 record storage boxes which include family group sheets, records, correspondence, news clippings, photographs, handwritten research notes, birth, marriage and death announcements and photocopies of publications related to Mrs. Bailey’s research. Some of the primary surnames included in the research are: Bailey, Boyer, Cook, Cornett, Farley, French, Romine, Straley, Thompson, Vaught and Wright, as well as many other connected surnames from the 1600s to the early 1900s. The majority of the collection focuses on Southwest Virginia, though other parts of Virginia, other states and some European connections are represented. Mrs. Bailey maintained excellent organization of her genealogical research materials, which was further maintained in the processing of this collection. It is also important to note that in many cases, source information was provided for this thorough genealogical collection. It should also be mentioned that ... Read More
Oregon Historical Society Research Library
29 plans, elevations, details and sections on 4 sheets of a house for Mr. & Mrs. V. A. Thomas in Starkweather Acreage, Clackamas County, Oregon, scale: 1/32" : 1' to 1/4" : 1', 1939. Van Evera Bailey (1903-1980) was a Portland architect best known for his residential design work.
University of Vermont - Bailey/Howe Library
University of Vermont - Bailey/Howe Library
University of Vermont - Bailey/Howe Library
University of Vermont - Bailey/Howe Library
Stanford University - Hoover Institution Library and Archives
Correspondence, notes, photocopies of government documents, printed matter, and photographs, relating to the sinking of the Lusitania in 1915, and to the undeclared American-German naval war, 1939-1941. Collected by T. A. Bailey and Paul B. Ryan. Includes some papers of T. A. Bailey, relating especially to the Marshall Plan.
Harvard University - Houghton Library
This collection consists of letters from Oliver Wendell Holmes to fellow writer Thomas Bailey Aldrich. Holmes writes mostly to his friend thanking him for various poems and books, and commenting on Aldrich's writing. The letters also discuss women poets, Aldrich's poem "Bad Boy", the Atlantic monthly, Holmes' membership in the American Academy, dinner invitations, and poetic passages
State Archives of Florida
This series contains the general correspondence files of Superintendent of Public Instruction Thomas D. Bailey from 1949 to 1965. The correspondence covers such topics as teacher certification and recruitment, scholarships, accreditation, and matters related to public instruction. It documents Bailey's interactions with his staff, other departments and state institutions, educational organizations, and the general public
Harvard University - Houghton Library
Photographs concerning Thomas Bailey Aldrich and the Aldrich family.
Art Gallery of New South Wales - Research Library and Archive
Files contain material such as art exhibition catalogues, invitations, press clippings, media releases and/or other ephemeral items relating to Australian artists and galleries
Harvard University - Houghton Library
Includes letters from Longfellow to Aldrich, mostly concerning Aldrich's poetry, and one letter from Annie Allegra Longfellow to Aldrich, concerning two of her father's poems
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Two ledgers and twelve combination personal and shop diaries kept by Thomas Bailey and his son Henry, tool and cabinetmakers at Fort Howard, Green Bay, and De Pere, Wis. The entries from 1853 to about 1890 illustrate the variety of output from one local shop in Wisconsin before the development of the factory system. Entries from 1842 to 1845 record the establishment of the First Baptist Home Missionary Society in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Harvard University - Houghton Library
Correspondence of essayist and poet Oliver Wendell Holmes.