Johns Hopkins University
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Collection Number: A&M.0680
Overview The correspondence of Clark family members, mainly that of Frank Wells Clark and Friend E. Clark. Frank Wells Clark was a student at West Virginia University and Harvard Law School and later established a law practice at New Martinsville. Friend E. Clark was a student at West Virginia University and Johns Hopkins University and later taught chemistry at State College, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia University. Included are the letters of Friend Clark when he traveled to Europe where in 1908 he...
Collection Number: A&M.1942
Overview Pamphlets include Henry Ruffner's antislavery pamphlet, 1847, and his Union speech, 1856. Subjects of the manuscripts and correspondence include family history; travel; Kanawha Salt Works; schools in Virginia and Kanawha County; Lane Seminary Library; Presbyterian Church; slavery, coal, gas, iron, and timber; Johns Hopkins, Washington and Lee, Harvard, Hobart, Cornell, and Hampden-Sydney colleges; Greenbrier County; Alabama; election of 1904; University of Virginia; Kanawha Valley floods;...
Collection Number: A&M.0839
Scope and Contents This is the second accesion of Dr.Callahan's papers and includes the correspondence of Dr.Callahan and various members of the Callahan and Fuloher families, 1869-1956; mauscripts, notes, documents and printed materials used in research, galley proofs, reprints and bibliographical lists of published writings of Dr. Callahan; class room materials, and various WVU. department reports; family diaries and genealogical information.The correspondence includes a letter from Theodore Roosevelt, February...
Collection Number: A&M.1000
Scope and Contents Letters to Dr. Callahan, mainly from members of his family; typescripts on the history of West Virginia University; and miscellaneous research and clippings relating to his published and unpublished writings.
Collection Number: A&M.1041
Scope and Contents Letters to Callahan at West Virginia University from F.A. Updyke, French E. Chadwick, Charles G. Fenwick, Harold Temperly, and George A. Finch, regarding book reviews and Callahan's writtings.
Collection Number: A&M.1075
Scope and Contents These papers include two typescript drafts and a carbon of Dr. Callahan's autobiography, "Evolution of a Midwestern Octogenarian -- Incidents of a Busy Life", and a typescript of "Foundations of American Northern Frontier Development".
Collection Number: A&M.1179
Collection Number: A&M.0115
Scope and Contents Another manuscript given by Dr. Callahan is his "History of the Christian Church in Western Europe." The title is self-explanatory. The work demonstrates the result of careful research.5 boxes contain notes, letters and documents gathered from the time Dr.Callahan was a student at the Johns Hopkins University until the year of his retirement from West Virginia University. This work pertains to the development of these in American History, chiefly in the field of diplomacy; however a...