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Scrapbooks

 Subject
Subject Source: Library Of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Camp David Accords scrapbook

 Item
Identifier: C-31.XIII
Scope and Contents Collection contains the papers of journalist John Wallach, and includes book drafts, video and film interviews, transcribed interviews and research for books and articles, newswires and backgrounders, and notes. Note that collection contains audio and visual materials, such as cassette tapes, VHS tapes, and photographs.

Helen Throreau anti-slavery scrapbooks

 Collection
Identifier: C-122
Scope and Contents Collection contains two scrapbooks containing numerous newspaper clippings from the late 1830s to the 1850s, mounted into volumes originally used as account books from 1813-1817. Much of the subject matter relates to slavery in the United States and the antislavery movement. Clippings of published poems and prose include those by Whittier, Longfellow, Tennyson, and Lydia Maria Child. One volume has a hand-written index and is inscribed: "Begin March 1844. H.L. Thoreau, Concord, Mass." Some of...

Reunion scrapbooks of Middlebury College Class of 1930, 1930 - 1990

 Item
Identifier: A9
Scope and Contents Unbound reunion Scrapbook with questionnaires, photographs, newspaper clippings (marriage/engagement announcements, obituaries, other notable events), letters and postcards/holiday cards of alumni from the class of 1930. Appears to have been made for the occasion of the 50th reunion.

Scott Family collection

 Collection
Identifier: C-153
Scope and Contents Collection contains materials primarily related to the family of Marjorie Holbrook Scott and includes family photo albums, scrapbooks containing clippings from magazines and newspapers, photographs, photographic negatives, correspondence, Marjorie Holbrook Scott's school work, and other family documents. Most of the older photographs in the collection are portraits of family members, while the photographic negatives (dating from the early mid 1900s) appear to depict boating and family trips,...