Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

Edward Emerson Barnard Papers

Identifier: MSS.0031

This collection contains the papers of astronomer and professor Edward Emerson Barnard (1857-1923). Barnard was a student and instructor at Vanderbilt University (1883-1887) and Professor of Practical Astronomy at the University of Chicago (1895-1923).

Dates: 1880 - 1923

C. Rick Chappell Papers

Identifier: MSS.0701

Thomas J. Hogan Collection

Identifier: MSS.0726
Scope and Content Note

The Thomas J. Hogan collection (15.54 linear feet) is comprised of newspapers, magazines, photographs, and other pamphlets and publications from 1962-1977. The biggest portion of them are from The New York Times, but other publications are represented. The collection is intended to serve mainly as research materials for political science and history professors and their students.

Dates: 1962 - 1977

Wendell Holladay Collection

Identifier: MSS.0621

Robert T. Lagemann Papers

Identifier: MSS.0245

Robert O'Dell Papers

Identifier: MSS.0732
Dates: circa 1960s - circa 2010

Kathy Sawyer Papers

Identifier: MSS.0885
Scope and Contents The Kathy Sawyer Papers are composed of 23.3 linear feet of research, writings, interviews, correspondence and photographs from her career in journalism. The dates of the collection are from 1965 to 2007 and contain most of the writings Sawyer produced during that period.Personal Information: Includes notes, photos, and clippings from newspaper coverage of Sawyers life events including marriage, injury, and awards....
Dates: 1965 - 2007


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