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Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts [Contact Us]
1876-1923
(Bulk: 1911-1923)
Creator:
Dilley, Edgar M. (Edgar Meck), 1874-1960
Extent: 1 linear feet (3 boxes)
Writer, song-writer, and reporter Edgar Meck Dilley attended the University of Pennsylvania from 1893 to 1895 and is known for having written the school's alma mater, "Hail, Pennsylvania." This collection consists mainly of drafts of his writings, including novels and stories, plays and operas, lyrics, poems, and musical scores, as well as a few accompanying miscellaneous items.
title
Edgar Meck Dilley writings
creator
Dilley, Edgar M. (Edgar Meck), 1874-1960
id
PUSp.Ms. Coll. 1110
repository
University of Pennsylvania Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts
extent
1 linear feet (3 boxes)
inclusive date
1876-1923
bulk date
1911-1923
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Writer, song-writer, and reporter Edgar Meck Dilley attended the University of Pennsylvania from 1893 to 1895 and is known for having written the school's alma mater, "Hail, Pennsylvania." This collection consists mainly of drafts of his writings, including novels and stories, plays and operas, lyrics, poems, and musical scores, as well as a few accompanying miscellaneous items.
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1870s 1880s 1890s 1900s 1910s 1920s
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1910s 1920s
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English
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Dilley, Edgar M. (Edgar Meck), 1874-1960
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Librettos Manuscripts (document genre) Novels Plays (performed works) Songs--Texts Typescripts Writings (document genre)
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1864-1896
Creator:
Taylor, Isaac, 1829-1901
Extent: 2 linear feet (9 boxes)
Isaac Taylor (1829–1901) was the canon of York as well as a philologist and toponymist. This collection contains manuscript copies of some of Taylor’s best-known works, including Greeks and Goths (1879), The Alphabet (1883), and Origin of the Aryans (1890). Other titles included are Words and Places (1864), which first brought him to the attention of the public, and Names and Their Histories ([1898]).
title
Isaac Taylor papers
creator
Taylor, Isaac, 1829-1901
id
PUSp.Ms. Coll. 261
repository
University of Pennsylvania Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts
extent
2 linear feet (9 boxes)
inclusive date
1864-1896
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abstract/scope/contents
Isaac Taylor (1829–1901) was the canon of York as well as a philologist and toponymist. This collection contains manuscript copies of some of Taylor’s best-known works, including Greeks and Goths (1879), The Alphabet (1883), and Origin of the Aryans (1890). Other titles included are Words and Places (1864), which first brought him to the attention of the public, and Names and Their Histories ([1898]).
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1860s 1870s 1880s 1890s
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English
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Taylor, Isaac, 1829-1901
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Manuscripts (document genre) Manuscripts, English--19th century
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1867-1885
Creator:
McElroy, John George Repplier, 1842-1890
Extent: 0.4 linear feet (1 box)
John George Repplier McElroy (1842-1890), an alumnus of the University of Pennsylvania (class of 1862), is best known as a professor of Greek, History, and Rhetoric at his alma mater. This collection is primarily composed of lecture notes by John George Repplier McElroy (1842-1890); however it also includes McElroy’s notes on his readings of Chaucer and his manuscript of Readings from the Electra of Socrates.
title
John George Repplier McElroy lecture and literary notes
creator
McElroy, John George Repplier, 1842-1890
id
PUSp.Ms. Coll. 275
repository
University of Pennsylvania Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts
extent
0.4 linear feet (1 box)
inclusive date
1867-1885
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John George Repplier McElroy (1842-1890), an alumnus of the University of Pennsylvania (class of 1862), is best known as a professor of Greek, History, and Rhetoric at his alma mater. This collection is primarily composed of lecture notes by John George Repplier McElroy (1842-1890); however it also includes McElroy’s notes on his readings of Chaucer and his manuscript of Readings from the Electra of Socrates.
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1860s 1870s 1880s
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English
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McElroy, John George Repplier, 1842-1890
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Lecture notes Manuscripts (document genre) Notes
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1879-1897
(Bulk: 1881-1882)
Creator:
Law Association of Philadelphia. Library‏.
Extent: 0.2 linear feet (1 box)
The Law Association of Philadelphia was chartered in 1827, formed by the union of the Law Library Company and the Associated Members of the Bar of Philadelphia, and charged with keeping a law library. Over the years, the Law Association of Philadelphia Library became the Law Library of the Philadelphia Bar Association (1931) and the Theodore F. Jenkins Memorial Law Library (1967). This collection contains receipts, ephemera, and manuscripts from 1879 to 1897, presenting a near-daily record of the Law Association's highly regarded library during 1881 and 1882 and documenting the Association's efforts to maintain an up-to-date library.
title
Law Association of Philadelphia Library records
creator
Law Association of Philadelphia. Library‏.
id
PUSp.Ms. Coll. 1240
repository
University of Pennsylvania Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts
extent
0.2 linear feet (1 box)
inclusive date
1879-1897
bulk date
1881-1882
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The Law Association of Philadelphia was chartered in 1827, formed by the union of the Law Library Company and the Associated Members of the Bar of Philadelphia, and charged with keeping a law library. Over the years, the Law Association of Philadelphia Library became the Law Library of the Philadelphia Bar Association (1931) and the Theodore F. Jenkins Memorial Law Library (1967). This collection contains receipts, ephemera, and manuscripts from 1879 to 1897, presenting a near-daily record of the Law Association's highly regarded library during 1881 and 1882 and documenting the Association's efforts to maintain an up-to-date library.
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1870s 1880s 1890s
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1880s
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English
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Law Association of Philadelphia. Library‏.
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Advertisements Manuscripts (document genre) Receipts (financial records)
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1865-1926
Creator:
Newbold, William Romaine, 1865-1926
Extent: 0.4 linear feet (1 box)
William Romaine Newbold (1865-1926) was an American philosopher who served on faculty at the University of Pennsylvania from 1907 to 1926. Teaching both Latin and Philosophy, Newbold is perhaps best known for his work delving into antiquarian mysteries. This collection contains material from two pieces of scholarship by Newbold during his time at the University of Pennsylvania.
title
William Romaine Newbold papers
creator
Newbold, William Romaine, 1865-1926
id
PUSp.Ms. Coll. 1076
repository
University of Pennsylvania Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts
extent
0.4 linear feet (1 box)
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1865-1926
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William Romaine Newbold (1865-1926) was an American philosopher who served on faculty at the University of Pennsylvania from 1907 to 1926. Teaching both Latin and Philosophy, Newbold is perhaps best known for his work delving into antiquarian mysteries. This collection contains material from two pieces of scholarship by Newbold during his time at the University of Pennsylvania.
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1860s 1870s 1880s 1890s 1900s 1910s 1920s
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English
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Newbold, William Romaine, 1865-1926 Bacon, Roger, 1214?-1294
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