2 edition of Finding aid found in the catalog.
National Archives (Philippines)
|LC Classifications||CD2217.E73 N37 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||5 v. :|
|LC Control Number||96945877|
Finding aid created by Kathryn Michaelis, July Return to Table of Contents» Music book, circa 19th century, possibly belonging to Mercer family. Record and account book. Unidentified record book. Slave register. Return to Table of Contents». About the Finding Aid / Processing Information. Columbia University Libraries, Rare Book and Manuscript Library. Processing Information. Papers Accessioned Papers Accessioned Papers Processed 11/--/ Revision Description. 07/30/ PDF finding aid converted to EAD and AS record updated by KSD. Bio note written by Tanya Chebotarev.
Three finding aids in PDF format. One finding aid indexing maps arranged chronologically. One finding aid indexing maps arranged geographically. One finding aid indexing maps that relate to these five subject areas: Recommended Reading, Battle Sites, Missions, Rail Lines, Routes, Roads, and Trails. Finding Aids for Archival Collections. This database contains finding aids to over 2, archival collections held by the Georgia Historical Society. Archival collections include family and personal papers, military records, records of social and cultural organizations, and business records documenting the history of Georgia from the 18th.
Finding aid encoded by Kathryn Michaelis, November Book Excerpts, Book Reviews, and Photocopied Articles: Bethell, Leslie, ed. The Cambridge History of Latin America, Vol. 1 Bobbitt, Mary Reed. "A Bibliography of Etiquette Books Published in America Before ". Records Finding Aid Probate Court Records. Below is a list of the records which can be found in the Clarke County Probate Court. Each record category is linked to a brief description, a list of information that one might find in the record, and an index to the actual records themselves when available. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript.
Sinclaire Family of Belfast, N. Ireland and their descendents 1660-1960
Fundamental Financial Management
Buckling of shell & shell-like structures
Hermeneutics of holiness
Distribution of groceries
CFD modeling of turbulent flows around the SSME main injector assembly using porosity formulation
Basic linear partial differential equations
The prosperity Bible
Some agencies for the extension of our domestic and foreign trade.
Final environmental impact statement, environmental impact report for the proposed Mesquite Regional Landfill
Metal - cutting tools.
Process of Management
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Finding aids are XML documents created using the Encoded Archival Description (EAD). Finding Aid, Roger Jackson - Rare Books and Manuscripts Library, Ohio State University Libraries.
THE ROGER JACKSON, PUBLISHER, COLLECTION: GUIDE AND INVENTORY SPEC. CMS. (Compiled by Sarah Hogue) INTRODUCTION. About the Finding Aid / Processing Information. Columbia University Libraries, Rare Book and Manuscript Library. Processing Information. Cataloged Christina Hilton Finding aid book 09/--/ Revision Description.
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THE JIM LEFTWICH PAPERS GUIDE AND INVENTORY (The Avant Writing Collection Guide Compiled by Katie Brennan & John M.
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A sampling of customers' names can be viewed by consulting the finding aid in the State Archives Search Room. See: Tauchnitz Collection Finding Aid. Haldeman-Julius "Little Blue Books" Collection.
A representative but incomplete collection of the once popular “Little Blue Books,” a series of small, very inexpensive staple-bound books that were published by the Haldeman-Julius Publishing Company of Girard, Kansas between and Finding Aid: Valley Town Account Book,Abstract The Valley Town general store was located in Valley Town (Cherokee County) near present-day Andrews.
Finding aid to the Helen Gurley Brown papers Status Legacy Finding Aid (Updated) Author Amanda Izzo Date Description rules Describing Archives: A Content Standard Language of description English Script of description Latin Sponsor Encoding funded by the Andrew W.
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The Worcester County Telephone Book collection contains thirty-one telephone directories that cover the Worcester County, Maryland area. Of special interest are the, and telephone directories as they resemble the.
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Book. This collection consists of microfilmed plat books from the Minnesota Historical Society. The first seven reels are plat books from various counties in Minnesota, ranging from until The counties are arranged alphabetically on each roll.
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Finding Aid for Archives Book Collection Collection Overview Title: Archives Book Collection Other Creators: Olmsted County Historical Society, Rochester, Minnesota Extent: Linear Feet, approximately 1, books Arrangement: The Archives Book Collection is arranged according to the Library of Congress classification system.
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This work was supported by a grant Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts. Book published in on the th anniversary of the. A Finding Aid is a document that provides a description of an archival collection to guide people in using the collection for research. The finding aid includes a narrative overview of the collection, with a listing of materials by box, folder, or item.