Letters and ephemera, 1943-1964, removed from printed volumes bequeathed by Albert Edgar Lownes.


Letters and ephemera, 1943-1964, removed from printed volumes bequeathed by Albert Edgar Lownes.

Printed volumes were bequeathed to the John Hay Library, Brown University. Laid-in items removed and filed separately.

11 items.


SNAC Resource ID: 6728779

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Lownes, Albert Edgar, 1899-1978

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Brown class of 1920. Book collector, textile executive, naturalist. From the description of Manuscript Collection, 1549-1975. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 145429908 Brown University class of 1920; honorary M.A., 1940; honorary doctorate, 1970. At different times President and then Chairman of the Board of American Silk Spinning Company of Providence; collector of books and manuscripts; Lecturer in History of Science at Brown for thirty years; interests included astronomy, ...

Boston Medical Library

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The Boston Medical Library is a non-profit organization incorporated in 1877 to establish and maintain a Library of Medicine and the Allied Sciences, and to promote and advance medical science and education. In 1960, the Boston Medical Library and the Harvard Medical School Library entered into an agreement to combine their collections and administration in one location, the Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine. From the description of Special events videotapes, 2000-2006. (Harvar...

Ballard, James F. (James Francis), 1878-

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James Francis Ballard, 1878-1955, was Director of the Boston Medical Library from 1928 until 1955. Ballard developed the Boston Medical Library Medical Classification, and served as president of the Medical Library Association from 1937 to 1939. From the description of Papers, 1920s-1930s. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 83227133 ...

Grolier Club

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The Grolier Club was founded in Jan. 23, 1884 by a group of seven New York City book collectors with the object, as stated in its constitution, "of literary study and promotion of the arts pertaining to the production of books." From its early days the Club has maintained a library related to collecting, bibliography and books about books. A library endowment fund (sometimes referred to as the "Library Fund) for the Grolier Club was first proposed in 1921, and the first fund-raising campaign amo...

The Arts Council of Great Britain.

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Hawes, Lloyd E.

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Horblit, Harrison D.

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Davison, Elizabeth

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Epithet: of the Arts Council British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001039.0x0002b9 ...

Cady, John Hutchins, 1881-1967

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John Hutchins Cady (1881-1967) was an American architect and architectural historian. He was the youngest son of John Hamlin Cady of Providence, Rhode Island, and Mary Tabitha Eddy, of Somerset, Massachusetts. Cady graduated from Brown University in 1902 and became a renowned historical preservationist and architectural historian in Providence. He served as chairman of the City Plan Commission of Providence and wrote several books, including Highroads and Byroads of Providence (1943); his Civic ...