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John D. Merriam Collection
The John D. Merriam Collection is a collection devoted to illustration. The particular focus of the collection is original prints, drawings, and paintings from the 19th and 20th centuries that were created as illustrations for children's books and for children's magazines. However, in later... more
John Deacy Photograph
This collection contains one photograph of the steamer Empire State docked at City Wharf, Newburyport, Mass., August 27, 1886. It was donated by John Deacy.    
John Donnelly & Sons records
This collection consists of items from the John Donnelly & Sons records collection hosted by Boston College. Information about the items has been provided by the holding institution so that they may be included in Digital Commonwealth.
John Dowd Althea Boxell Collection
This collection consists of items from the John Dowd Althea Boxell collection hosted by Provincetown History Preservation Project. Information about the items has been provided by the holding institution so that they may be included in Digital Commonwealth.
John J. Murphy
This collection contains one hand-colored copy of a photograph of John J. Murphy at the corner of Lawrence and Essex streets, Lawrence, Mass., in 1870. He is driving a hay wagon pulled by a team of oxen.  
John L. Lovell Collection
John L. Lovell (1825-1903) was a professional photographer. He came to Amherst in 1856 and established the Amherst Picture Gallery, the first photographic studio in Western Massachusetts. In addition to studio work, Lovell was interested in scientific photography, accompanying an Amherst College... more
John McCann Photograph Collection
This collection contains five photographs donated by John McCann. The photographs are of military personnel or veterans organizations.  
John Milton Holley Papers (1777-1836)
This collection consists of items from the John Milton Holley Papers (1777-1836) collection hosted by Williams College. Information about the items has been provided by the holding institution so that they may be included in Digital Commonwealth.
John Thomson Photograph Collection, 1863
The Scotsman John Thomson is considered one of the fathers of social documentary photography and a pioneer in the photography of southeast Asia. Between 1861 and 1872, he traveled extensively in Asia, documenting the scenery and people of modern day Malaysia, Cambodia, Thailand,... more
John W. Ragle Archives Room Collection
The library's John W. Ragle Archives Room houses documents, books, images, film and other media, and artifacts dating from the school's pre-Revolutionary-War-Era formation. Our collection features items of local and national historical significance, including Academy Trustee Meeting Minutes... more
Jose Gutierrez Collection
These eight photographs provide a unique glimpse into the Latino trans and crossdressing communities in the 1990s. Six of the photographs were created by Jose Gutierrez and present people in various Latino drag competitions including Miss Gay Mexico and Miss Gay Escalando. The other two photos... more
Joseph Obrebski Papers, 1923-1974
A student of Bronislaw Malinowski, the Polish ethnographer Jozef Obrebski was a keen observer of cultural change among eastern European peasantry in the years before the Second World War. After working with the resistance in Warsaw during the war, Obrebski went on to do additional... more
Joseph Plumb Memorial Library (Rochester) Architectural Survey
Collection contains the 1997-1998 Architectural surveys done by Public Archeological Laboratory, Inc. and the surveys done by the Rochester Historical Society in 1973.
Joshua Child Collection
Joshua Child (1716-1778) was born in Watertown, Massachusetts. He was a son of Daniel Child and Beriah Bemis and a descendent of Ephraim Child, who came from Great Britain to America in 1630 and became one of the first Deacons of the church in Watertown. Joshua married Grace Bemis in 1742 and... more
Journal of Edward Jackson
Presented here is the diary of Edward Jackson who, in 1849, traveled from Newton, Massachusetts to Sacramento in search of gold. The City of Newton owns a wealth of historic materials that speak to the community's social, cultural and governmental past. These materials reflect the civic life of... more
The Journal of Gender Studies
The Outreach Institute of Gender Studies published these six volumes of The Journal of Gender Studies between 1991 and 1995. They include scholarly articles, book and art reviews, as well as poetry. Subjects covered throughout the periodical include legal, medical, and social issues faced by... more
Jubb Brothers Civil War Letters
Represented here are the correspondence of John and William Jubb of Westford, Massachusetts to family members and friends. Also included are reminiscences of William Jubb (1862-1934), as well as postcard images of him.
Julius S. Held Collection of Rare Books
Art historian Julius S. Held (1905-2002), a longtime professor at Barnard College, Columbia University, was renowned for his scholarship in sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Dutch and Flemish art. Many of the extraordinary books in this collection were collected for their illustrations by... more
Justin H. Goodstein-Aue Collection
Justin H. Goodstein-Aue is a Boston-based photographer who spends much of his time documenting historic businesses and local neighborhoods. This digital collection includes images created at James Hook & Co., a family business founded in 1925 and located on Boston's waterfront. Goodstein-Aue... more