This accession consists of records documenting the daily number of visitors to and events and other happenings at the museum. Materials consist of visitor attendance diaries and Freer Gallery of Art diaries.
These records consist of the day-to-day log of John Bundy, Superintendent, 1921-1939, documenting work being done, decisions made, and interactions with contractors. Also includes notes on diaries and other Superintendent records, as well as photocopies of related documents.
This accession documents A. Howard Clark's work as officer in charge of the United States Fish Commission station in Gloucester, Massachusetts. Materials include clippings, catalogs of donation receipts and diaries.
This collection consists of a Japanese World War II diary (1943-1944); two small pocket calendars/notebooks; a small black and white photograph showing mountainous scenery; and a post card.
Typescript diary of a young woman's visit to the 1893 World's Fair (World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago). 51 pages.
This item is a 8.5 x 7.5 inch diary written by Leo Goldberg. Only the first fifteen pages, and last page of the diary have any entries. Of greatest importance is that Goldberg writes of his decision to leave the University of Michigan for Harvard University.
Collection consists of diaries for Annamae Myers, documenting the activities of a farm family in Ohio, 1931-1967 and Stephen Harriman, Mrs. Myers' maternal grandfather, covering the years1884, 1888, 1893 and 1894.
This collection consists of two items. The first is a diary that Miller titled, "Autograph Book and Diary of Zenos R. Miller: Containing the names of my fellow Gefangeneners and a brief record of events." The diary contains entries by 124 of Miller's fellow prisoners in which they write their name, address, and circumstances of capture. There are a...
The collection documents the forty day driving trip made by Ada Mitchell and her son Cecil from Vancouver, Canada to Key West, Florida and back, August-September 1938. This diary was kept by Ada Mitchell and tracks their experiences in all of the places they visited.
This collection is a diary kept by Rutha in 1909 while she was teaching at the Institute. She often mentions her brother Glenn and his activities.