DeWayne Lundgren, a Brooklyn, New York resident, was a private in the United States Army, serving in the 830th Signal Service Company during World War Two. After training in Fort Monmouth, NJ, he was posted to Africa and England 1943 - 1945. This collection contains approximately 232 letters from DeWayne to his girlfriend, Bertha Doktor, plus newsletters from Africa,
The Stars and Stripes clippings, and a few of Bertha's lette...
Collection of photographic prints, albums, scrapbooks, and certificates documenting the social, private, and political activities of the family of Alexander Morgan Hamilton (1903-1970). Materials relating to Elizabeth Hamilton's former husbands, John Wanamaker, Jr. and C. Egerton Warburton, are also included.
Ephemera materials spanning the late 19th to mid 20th centuries, including trade cards, blotters, cigarette silks, product and dry good labels, greeting cards, postcards, and hairnet packages, among others.
This collection consists of the correspondence and other documents of Caspar Trepp, Lieutenant Colonel of the 1st Sharpshooters regiment (also known as Berdan's Sharpshooters). Materials include correspondence, returns of supplies and ordnance stores, receipts, dispatches, muster rolls, reports on target practice, and maps showing the regiment's positions in battle. Also included are papers related to court-martial proceedings brought against ...
Old New York views were created at the turn of the twentieth century to recall sites and scenes in the city and the Hudson River Valley that had largely disappeared in the previous three centuries. The images are of historically important sites, houses, taverns, churches, forts, theaters, and public buildings.
The collection contains correspondence, legal papers, financial documents, and printed material from the Watts and Floyd-Jones families. The material documents the family lives and business matters of Charles Watts Sr., Charles Watts, Jr., Henry Floyd-Jones, and Sarah Floyd-Jones.