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Alexander Graham Bell family papers, 1834-1974

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Family Papers, 1834-1972 (continued)
BOX 61 True, Mary H.
From, 1875-1919, undated
(6 folders)
(2 folders)
BOX 62 1896-1923, undated
(2 folders)
Unwin, Thomas Fisher
Watson, Elizabeth Kimball (Mrs. Thomas A. Watson)
Watson, Thomas A.
Wheeler, Benjamin Ide
White, Andrew Dickson
Yale, Caroline A. For additional material see Containers 179-180, Clarke School for the Deaf; Container 181, Ohio; Container 201, True, Mary H., Tributes to; and Container 222, Keller, Helen, Correspondence
(6 folders)
BOX 63 N-Y and unidentified
(3 folders)
Letters of condolence on death of Alexander Graham Bell
(4 folders)
BOX 64 O-Z
Subject file
Ancestry of Mabel Gardiner Hubbard Bell
Armistice commemoration, Baddeck, Nova Scotia, Canada
Biographical material
(2 folders)
Clarke School for the Deaf, Northampton, Mass. See Containers 179-180, same heading
Death of Alexander Graham Bell, funeral arrangements
Funeral and estate
Mabel Hubbard Clubs
Bell, Alexander Graham, extracts from home notes re education
Coburn Players
(2 folders)
BOX 65 M-W
(2 folders)
Dissolution of Montessori Educational Association
Financial papers
History in the United States
Printed matter and clippings
(3 folders)
BOX 66 Sewing school for girls, Baddeck, Nova Scotia, Canada
Silver replica of telephone
Wedding invitations
Young Ladies Club of Baddeck, Baddeck, Nova Scotia, Canada
(2 folders)
Article file
"Advances in Telephony"
(2 folders)
"Alaskan Boundary Question"
"Alfred Tennyson"
"Andrea del Sarto and His Times"
"Australasian Oddments"
"Battle of the Cells"
"The Channel Islands"
"Chaucer and Spender"
"Christmas- Its Meaning"
"The Church of England Pageant"
"The Common House Fly"
"The Constitution of the U.S."
"Current Events"
"Current Topics"
"The Dreyfus Case"
"Four Evenings on Village Improvement"
"Further contributions to the study of that Subtile Art which may inable one with an observant Eie to Heare what any man speaks by the moving lips"
"A Garden"
"General Charles P. Stone"
BOX 67 "Geoffrey Chaucer"
"Germany and Turkey Make Agreement"
"Grand Lands of Southwestern France"
"Highways of the Past"
"How To Live Two Hundred Years"
"Impressions of Queensland"
"The Influence of the War on Literature"
"Martin Luther"
"The Nicaragua Ship Canal"
"On Christmas Giving"
"Paris Exposition"
"The Peace Conference"
"Peace Treaty between Japan and Russia"
"A Prophesy"
"Railroads of the World"
"The Relation of the Medici to Michaelangelo"
"Reminiscing on the Lives of Three Men"
"Some Reflections on Language and the Way It Is Taught"
"Stone Pasha"
"A Story"
"Story of a Lily"
"The Subtile Art of Speech Reading"
(2 folders)
"To the Women of America, Mothers, Wives, and Daughters of Brave Men, Attention!"
"A Tribute to Mrs. Gardiner Greene Hubbard"
"The Use of Highways as Memorials"
"Waterways of Canada"
"Whittier as a Poet"
"William Shakespeare"
"Wireless Telegraphy"
"Woman's Rights"
"World of Silence"
"The World's Fair"
"Yacht Races"
circa 1890-1895
circa Oct. 1897
circa 1900
BOX 68 Book file
Autobiography, unpublished, 1923
Biography of Gardiner Greene Hubbard, incomplete
Lecture file
Trip to Japan, 1898
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