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Creator:Bates family
Title:Bates family papers
Date(s):1879-1940
Call No:MSS 0758
Abstract:The Bates family papers comprise 1.3 linear feet of correspondence, diaries, and ephemera documenting the personal and professional lives of three generations of Bates family members and largely centering on[...] materials relating to writer Arlo Bates. The collection also offers insights into the archeological work of Arlo’s son, Oric Bates, while documenting the social and professional lives of Arlo’s daughter-in-law Natica Inches Bates and his grandson John Chester Bates. Arlo Bates (1850-1918) was a novelist of over fourteen works of fiction, a poet, and a professor of English at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (M.I.T) in Boston. His son, Oric Bates (1883-1918), became a prominent archeologist and Egyptologist of Harvard University’s Peabody Museum before his untimely death.
Subjects:Excavations (Archaeology)--Egypt | Excavations (Archaeology)--Sudan | World War, 1914-1918
Creator:Parker, Jessie Southard
Title:Jessie Southard Parker journal and scrapbook
Date(s):1899-1916
Call No:MSS 0097, Item 0057
Abstract:These nine volumes are a journal and scrapbook kept by Jessie Southard Parker of Belmont, Massachusetts, from 1899 to 1916. Parker wrote extensively about her social and family life, thoughts[...] on current events, and belief in Christian Science, supplementing her entries with theatrical programs, photographs, newspaper clippings, and other pieces of ephemera.
Subjects:Christian Science | Theater | Choral Societies | World War, 1914-1918 | More Subjects