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Office Files, 1756-1954 (continued)
Woodson, Carter Godwin, 1923-1928 See also Container 57, Association for the Study of Negro Life and History
Woodward, Robert S., 1905-1922 See also Containers 67-69, Carnegie Institution of Washington
(2 folders)
World War I, 1915-1917
Worcester County Law Library, Worcester, Mass., 1910
Wright, Carroll D., 1904-1908
BOX 137 Wright, Irene A., 1914-1935
(4 folders)
Wright, James M., 1905-1906
BOX 138 Wright, John W., 1926
Wright, Richardson, 1925
Wriston, Henry M., 1917-1926
Writings on American History, 1903, 1914-1915
Wrong, George M., 1899-1925
Wyckoff, C. T., 1906-1922
"Wy" miscellaneous
Wyoming Historical Society, 1924
Yale University Press, New Haven, Conn., 1923
York Co., Pennsylvania-Historical Society, 1924
Young, F. G., 1901-1925
Young, H. E., 1898
Zook, George F., 1919-1925
Zwierlein, F. J., 1914
Zysman, S. Dale, 1926
BOX 139 Elizabeth Donnan file
Copies of Jameson correspondence, including items selected for publication
(3 folders)
BOX 140 (5 folders)
BOX 141 Correspondence with Jameson
American Historical Association
Ad Interim Committee (Executive committee)
Printed matter
BOX 142 Miscellaneous pamphlets, chiefly inscribed presentation copies to Jameson
BOX 143 Miscellaneous plans, student reports, and lecture notes regarding graduate work at Brown University, Providence, R. I.
BOX 144 Residual material
Copy of Spemann's Illustrate Zeitschrift fur das Deutsche Haus (Christmas 1885) containing a few loose notes in Jameson's hand
Handwritten list of documents (probably items found in the Spanish archives)
Incomplete Jameson letters, and a few unfiled items
Printed sketch in French of Adolphe Francois Alphonse Bandelier, by Henry Vignaud
Copies of acts of Congress regarding publication of Territorial Papers of the United States; also a package of galley proof relating to correspondence of the members of the Continental Congress.
BOX 145 Leo Francis Stock materials, assembled for use in editing the Carnegie
Series:Proceedings and Debates of the British Parliaments respecting North America
Printed material (mounted), chiefly from the Journals of the House of Lords, and the House of Commons, of the British Parliament
1756-1759
BOX 146 1760-1762
BOX 147 1763-1764
BOX 148 1765-1766
BOX 149 1767-1769
BOX 150 1770-1772
BOX 151 1773-1774
BOX 152 1775
BOX 153 1776-1777
BOX 154 1778
BOX 155 1779-1780
BOX 156 1781-1782
BOX 157 1783
BOX 158-162 Proceedings and debates of Parliament, from the British sources
Copies, transcripts, and notes on documents
BOX 163 Slips and cards
BOX 164 Leo Francis Stock materials, assembled for use in editing the Carnegie Series:Proceedings and Debates of the British Parliaments respecting North America
Miscellany, including printed matter; Waldo Gifford Leland-Leo Francis Stock correspondence; material relating to the annual meeting of the American Council of Learned Societies, "Ja-Fe" miscellaneous, 1930: agenda and annexes; maps and charts, chiefly facsimiles and photoreproductions; and some unidentified photographs
BOX 165-188 Biographer's Papers, 1940-1956
Typescript of An Historian's World. Correspondence, notes, and manuscripts of Elizabeth Donnan and Leo Francis Stock, who compiled and edited a selection of Jameson's letters entitled An Historian's World (1956). Transcripts of letters to and from Jameson are included, some of which have been omitted from the published volume.
Correspondence and transcripts have been separated, but the series has not been otherwise arranged. Notes were alphabetically arranged in four small boxes by Donnan; there is an alphabetical index to the letters. Rough and final drafts of An Historian's World are in separate containers. Included are the correspondence, notes, transcripts and annotated volumes by Leo Francis Stock for Proceedings and Debates of the British Parliaments Respecting North America
BOX 165-167 Typescript, An Historian's World
BOX 168 Drafts and transcripts
BOX 169 Transcripts, including Jameson-Wilson correspondence
BOX 170 Drafts of footnotes
BOX 171 Elizabeth Donnan-Leo Francis Stock notes and correspondence
BOX 172 Miscellaneous notes, indexes, including Jameson's on "Land Laws"
BOX 173 Elizabeth Donnan index, A-Z
BOX 174 Notes on Jameson
BOX 175 Notes
A-C
BOX 176 Dr-Mi
BOX 177 Mi-Z
BOX 178-187 Leo Francis Stock's material
BOX 188 The Correspondence of the Colonial Governors of Rhode Island
(2 vols.)
BOX 189-197 Miscellany
Miscellaneous material including letters, transcripts, photographs, printed matter, and diplomat lists.
Unarranged.
BOX 189-192 Letters, transcripts, photostats, etc., mainly pertaining to or originating with the Carnegie Institution of Washington
BOX 192-193 Notes, correspondence and cards relating especially to British Ministers, including photographs and glass photographic negatives
BOX 194 Miscellaneous papers and pictures left by Jameson from his desk in the Manuscript Division
Journals of the House of Commons, reign of George II See Oversize
BOX 195 Printed announcements
BOX 196-197 Diplomat lists
BOX 198-207 Additions, 1604-1994
BOX 198-202 Addition I, 1604-1933
Correspondence, memoranda, reports, notes, congressional bills, photographs, newspaper clippings, and printed matter relating chiefly to Jameson's lobbying efforts for a national archives and his activities as a member of the American Council of Learned Societies. Also included are correspondence and transcripts relating to French and Spanish archival material from the 1770s through the 1800s pertaining primarily to the settlement of Alabama, Louisiana, and Mississippi.
American Council of Learned Societies, 1927-1928
(2 folders)
American Historical Association, publication projects, 1928
Diplomat lists, undated
International Committee of Historical Sciences, 1927-1928
National Archives
1911-1925
(2 folders)
BOX 199 1927-1933, undated
(2 folders)
Origins of American immigrants, 1916, 1927
Territorial papers project, 1926, 1928
BOX 200 Transcripts
Archives Nationales, France and Louisiana, 1741, 1746, undated
Bibliotheque Nationale, France, Lafayette, 1779, undated
Minister of foreign affairs, Spain, 1824-1826
(2 folders)
Montcalm de Saint-Véran, Louis-Joseph, 1758, undated
Spain, 1760-1761, undated
BOX 201 Washington, George, 1904, 1925, undated
Wright, Irene A.
General, 1920-1921, undated
Transcripts
Archivo General de Indias, Spain
Alabama, Mobile, 1780, 1920
(2 folders)
Florida, Pensacola, 1780-1782, 1920
Louisiana
Galveston, 1778-1791, 1920
General, 1782, 1787, 1789-1790, 1920
(4 folders)
New Orleans, 1780, 1920
New Orleans, and Illinois 1778, 1781, 1920
BOX 202 Louisiana/religious, 1778-1792, 1920
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