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Abbe, Cleveland, 1838-1916:
To Prof. Benj. Persie (with U.S. Coast Survey), Jan. 4, 1869.
Loan of self-recording apparatus [added May 1968].
Adams, John Couch, 1819-1892:
To Fisher, July 3, n.y.
Airy, Sir George Biddel, 1801-1892:
To Fred L. Rogers, Feb. 13, 1837.
To John Barlow, May 30, 1857.
To Walter White, Dec. 22, 1863.
To R. S. Newall, July 24, 1871.
Alexander, Sir James Edward, 1803-1885:
To John Russell Bartlett, Nov. 18, 1841.
Anseted, David Thomas, 1814-1880:
To Dr. Davis, n.d.
Bache, A.D., 1806-1867:
To S.P. Chase, Sec. of Treasury, May 2, 1861.
Autograph of A.D. Bache, [added May 1968].
To Mr. Hutton, Oct. 23, 1826.
Geneological tables, holograph by unknown, including some equations. German or Swiss dialect, n.d.
Biot, Jean Baptiste, 1774-1862:
To M. Bayley, in French, Aug. 18, 1814.
Bond, William Cranch, 1789-1862:
To Dr. Francis, Jan. 7, 1848.
Report to the Committee on the Observatory, AD&S, May 15, 1846.
Bosworth, Joseph, 1781-1868:
From John S. Storr, July 18, 1866.
From John S. Storr, Oct. 16, 1866.
From George Stephens, Oct. 3, 1866.
From George Stephens, Oct. 22, 1866.
From Raymond Storr, Jan. 2], 1869.
From Raymond Storr, LS, Jan. 23, 1869.
Brewster, Sir David, 1781-1868:
To Marc I. Brunel, with seal, March 31, 1826.
To James Hudson, Sept. 13, 1832.
To unknown, May 28, 1851.
Portrait, signed lithograph, n.d.
Crew, Henry, 1859-1953:
To Prof. Tyler, Oct. 1, 1930.
Dana, E.S., 1849-1935:
To Mr. Kung [?], June 30, 1888 [added May 1968].
Dartmouth, George Legge, 1st Baron, 1648-1691:
To Charles Bertie, July 26, 1684,ordering payment of allowances to several persons, including John Flamsteed (Flampsteed), with docket.
Einstein, Albert. Materials by or about Albert Einstein. Brasch, Frederick E., 1875-1967:
To Albert Einstein, TL, May 19, 1927.
To J. McKeen Cattell, TL, Feb. 14, 1929.
To J. McKeen Cattell, TL, Feb. 23, 1929.
To Josepha Whitney, TL, Apr. 23, 1929.
To Mrs. [Anita Newcomb] McGee, TL, May 16, 1930.
To Josepha Whitney, and AN, Nov. 28, 1941.
Einstein, Albert, 1879-1952:
1. To [Josepha] Whitney, in German, July 15, 1926.Re: Simon Newcomb.
2. [Verifax] copy of No. 1.
3. Typed translation of No. 1 by Tobias Dantzig with ms. corrections, n.d.
4. Typed translation of No. 1 by Dantzig with ms. editing and TN by F.E. Brasch, n.d.
5. Autograph translation of No. 1 by Myrtis Jarrell, n.d.
6. Typed translation of No. 1 by Myrtis Jarrell, n.d.
7. Galley proof of Brasch's introduction and edition of the Dantzig translation of No. 1, Feb. 21, 1929.
8. AMs of introduction to No. 7, n.d.
9. TMs of introduction to No. 7 with carbon copy, n.d.
10. TMs of introduction to No. 7 with ms. corrections and carbon copy, n.d.
1. To The History of Science Society, TSL in German, June 4, 1927.
2. To F.E. Brasch, with cover, pledge, pamphlet, and return envelope, Jan. 20, 1947.
Einstein Printed Material
1. Eine Neue Bestimmung der Molek[UNK]uldimensionen, 1905.
2. Sitzungsberichte der K[UNK]oniglich Preussischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, 1914.
3. Ather und Relativit[UNK]atstheorie, 1920.
4. Die Kompatibilitat der Feldgleichungen in der Einheitlichen Feldtheorie, 1930.
Hendrick, Burton J., 1870-1949:
To Mrs. Anita Newcomb McGee, with from Mrs. McGee To Brasch, Apr. 18, 1927.
McGee, Anita Newcomb
To Mr. Brasch, with note by [Brasch], Mar. 29, 1930.
To Mr. Brasch, Nov. 9, 1941
To Mr. Brasch, n.d.
1. Clips announcing a lecture by Einstein at the University of Chicago, Apr. 29, 1921.
2. Clip, obituary notice of Dr. Anita N. McGee, Oct. 8, 1940.
3. To F.E. Brasch, Invitation to a lecture series by Professor Albert Einstein on the Theory of Relativity at Princeton, Apr. [?], 1921.
Encke, Johann Franz, 179]-1865:
AMs and tables, July 12, 1824.
Flamsteed, John, 1646-1719:
To Henry [Normanthrop?], [Dec.] 31, 1696.
Certificate of employment of Thomas Weston, signed C. Musgrave, Wm. Bridges, and Ja. Lowsher, ADS, Apr. 27, 1703.
Certificate of employment of Joseph Crussthwait, ADS, 1714.
Halley, Edmond, 1656-1743:
To [Wallis], facsimile, Dec. 11, 1686.
Hamilton, William Rowan, 1805-1865:
To Charles Hatchet, Jan. 19, 1829.
To Capt. Beauford, (handwriting and signature differ from other two), Mar. 5, 1834.
To [Atkinson?], 2 00, Mar. 10, 1835.
Hill, George William, 1838-1914:
Course of Lectures on Celestial Mechanics, bound holograph volume, prepared for delivery at Columbia College, 1893-1894.Edited by T. J. J. See, 1942-1943-1949. Hadnwritten editing also, except for a few printed insertions. Includes a letter, from J.L. Farnum to T. J. J. See, Apr. 29, 1915.
To Isaac Newton, with notes on chronology in Newton's hand in margin and on address sheet, Sept. 14, 1699.
Leverrier's Tables, bound holograph volume, copied by H.C.F.C.Schjellerup, given to L.L.E. Dreyer, Aug. 1888.
Maskelyne, Nevil, 1732-1811:
To Francis Wingrave, AL, Jan. 26, 1796.
Michelsen, Albert A., 1852-1931:
To Mr. H.W. Tyler (M.I.Y.), appoints Tyler member of of National Research Council, June 26, 1926.
Morgan, William D.
Notes on Celestial Mechanics, bound holograph volumes with typed title page, introduction, and table of contents, 1950.
Newton, Sir Isaac, 1642-1727:
Alchemical writers, list of authors and books on alchemy including a list of 27 items headed: Desideratum opera Lulli sequentia, and some geometric notes, n.d.
Alchemical Writers, De Scriptoribus Chemicis, a bibliography containing titles and particulars of over 80 printed books and several mss., n.d.
Lucatello's Balsalm, To make Lucatello's Balsome, a recipe. AMs and facsimile, n.d.
Philalethes, Notes out of Philalethes, beginning: Mercury vulgar is prepared for conjunction with sol vulgar by frequent cohabations of Reg of [Iron], n.d.
Philosophical and Theological Arguments concerning the Protestant and Catholic churches, n.d.,plus fragment. (Gift of Associates of the Stanford University Libraries)
Raymundus, Ex Raymundi libro secretorum, sue de Quintessentis and notes (in Latin) on the separation of elements under Saturn and Jupiter, n.d.
Theatrum Astronomiae Terrestris, [and ye conversion of one element into another in ye composition of ye stone.] In English and Latin with two pen and ink diagrams. n.d.
Temple of Solomon, a sketch with holograph notes, facsimile, n.d.,from Schab catalog.
Notes [on church history, celibacy, and so forth], fragment, n.d.(Gift of Dr. Haskell Norman)
Notes [on motion in a circle], 1pp with typed copy in Latin with English translation, n.d.[added May 1968].
Notes [on planets], fragment, n.d.
To Halley, facsimile, Mar. 1, 1724/5.
Xerox copies of Newton items from the Newton exhibition in Nottingham.
1. To Mr. [Owen?]. Mar. 19, 1671.
Scope and Content Note
2. To unknown, June 20, 1682.
Scope and Content Note
3. To Mr. Bennett, Mayor of Chester, Apr. 16, 1698.
Scope and Content Note
4. To unknown, Nov. 23, 1699.
5. To the Lords Commissioners of His Majesty's Treasury, n.d.
6. Disposition of Newton's estate, A.D.S. (Henry Farrant, Deputy Registrar) with typescript copy, May 5, 1727.
7. An Account of the Mint in the Tower of London, n.d.
8. An Account of the Scotch Money, n.d.
9. Calculus, Newton's invention of, n.d.
10. Concerning the Language of the Prophets, n.d.
11. To make Lucatellos Balsome, n.d.
12. Observations upon the state of the Coins of Gold and Silver, n.d.
13. Proposals for coining half pence and farthing, of Copper for the English Plantations in American, n.d.
14. Proposals for preserving and encouraging the coyn of this kingdom without hindering of freedom of Trade, n.d.
15. Of an Universal Language, n.d.
16. Untitled AMs n.d.
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17. Unittled AMs with drawings of coins, n.d.
18. Unidentified AN, n.d.
Bound volume with many portraits, book plate, photos, clips, biographical sketch, facsimile ca. 1704-1858,includes:
To unknown, AL in Latin with typescript translation, June, 7th day of the kalends, 1704.
DS - two financial documents, May 4 and Dec. 24, 1718.
To Mr. MacLauren, and typescript, Aug. 21, 1725.
Loose sheet with short holograph quotations from two of his scientific works, n.d.
Polgar, Magyar and Teleki, Graf A.
To unknown, in Hungarian, n.d.Re: a contribution to a math journal.
Rogers, Henry, 1808-1866:
To Dr. Robson, n.d.
Saunderson, Nicholas, 1682-1739:
Portrait etched, n.d.
Notes by [W. Ludlam] from Saunderson's Mathematics Lectures, Bound, 1736.
Commentaries on several parts of Newton's Principia Philosophia by Professor Saunderson, lecture notes of W. Ludlam, bound, 1738.
A Treatise of Fluxions by Nicholar Saunderson, copied by William Ward, bound, 1738-1739.
Clavis Newtoniana sive Commentarius in Principia Philosophia Newtoniana by Nicholar Saunderson, copied by W. Ludlam, bound, 1739.
A Comment upon the Elements of Fluxions [by Nicholas Saunderson], copied by W. Ludlam, bound, 1739.
The Elements of Fluxions by Nicholas Saunderson, copied by W. Ludlam, bound, 1739.
Logometria by N. Saunderson, copied by W. Ludlam, bound, 1739.
Simson, Rob [?] [Robert?]
To Mr. Colin Campbell, Feb. 14, 1718.
Scope and Content Note
From H.W. Taeuber, Aug. 30, 1933.
Van Vleck, J.M., 1833-:
To Prof. Tyler, Dec. 17, 1902. [added May 1968].
Winthrop, John, 1714-1779:
The Summary of a Course of Experimental Philosophical Lectures, photostat from original at Harvard, n.d.