Beranger, Pierre Jean de, 1780-1857; Collecteana files; Biographical information; Biographical sources
Perkins makes a list of Beranger's letters and basic information about them. He also includes some biographical information about Beranger on the last page. Perkins' notes are written in pencil on yellow paper.
Atherton, Gertrude Franklin Horn, 1857-1948; Transcriptions; Collecteana files; Biographical information
Perkins notes the spatial and temporal information about this letter, and also states that the letter was from Dawson's Book Shop. There is also some biographical information at the top of the second page. Perkins then transcribes the letter....
In this note, Perkins includes biographical information on Foch as well as a description of the envelope. Perkins also includes information of the envelope's purchase at Dawson's Bookshop in July 1928.
Notes written in pencil on beige paper. Perkins also writes biographical information on Ellery and Huntington taken from Appleton's Encyclopaedia of American Biography. There is some yellow discoloration.
Joffre, Joseph Jacques Césaire, 1852-1931; Collecteana files
In this note, Perkins includes biographical information on Joffre as well as a description of the envelope. Perkins also includes information of the envelope's purchase at Dawson's Bookshop in July 11, 1928.
Perkins notes the date of the letter, as well as the address. Perkins also includes biographical information about Bates, such as his stint as a member of Congress and his unsuccessful campaign as a nominee for the Republican candidate for the...
Astor, John Jacob, 1763-1848; Napoleonic Wars, 1800-1815; Collecteana files; Biographical information; Moreau, Jean Victor Marie, 1763-1813; Biographical sources
Perkins discusses a letter from Astor to Daschkoff about building boats. There is a very brief biography about Astor and a partial transcription of the letter. Page 4 contains some biographical information on General Moreau. The Astor letter was...
This article, from the Christian Science Monitor, contains biographical information about Bates, the woman who wrote the patriotic hymn 'America the Beautiful.' Hughes discusses Bates' career at Wellesley College as an English literature professor.