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Letter book containing copies and drafts of letters to the Comte de Pontchartrain from a French naval officer of the Marine. Includes a description of a voyage to the West Indies.
Journal kept by Maria Adelaide Cust describing her life in India, 1860-1864. Includes memos, newspaper clippings, illustration plates, calendar.
Edits, drafts, and manuscripts of Hauser's novels, short stories, and journal articles. Also includes related correspondence and research, as well as personal correspondence and photos from several trips.
Primarily includes travel diaries compiled by author Mary D. Edmonds during a six month trip to Italy in 1932. Also, includes select articles written by Mary D. Edmonds.
Correspondence, writings, and other materials created by Platt Hiram Crosby while living in Peru, primarily pertaining to Peruvian and South American history.
In 1881 Pliny Reasoner, just turned eighteen years of age, arrived in Manatee County, Florida, from his home in the Midwest. Over the next seven years, he built Royal Palm Nurseries, an enterprise that would become Florida’s longest established nursery business. This collection documents the founding and early history of Royal Palm Nurseries and contains a run of the nursery catalogs that provide information on early horticulture and the introduction of new plants to Florida.
Manuscript, news clippings, and other items compiled from 1775 to 1824 by T. Blake. The volume, a commonplace book entitled "Miscellanies," was formerly the property of the Earl of Powis, Powis Castle, Montgomery.
Logbooks, dairy and miscellaneous correspondence regarding cruises on the Ocklawaha River.