Page 336 of James E. Taylor's sketchbook. Part of first caption states, "Berryville crossing of the Opequon". Second caption states, "Sheridan with Wilson dashing through the Berryville Canyon at daylight to select the ground in which to form the infantry".
Gray construction paper with message, "Strike for your life on Election Day: Tues. Nov. 5th; funeral for the parties, 1 PM, Leutner Commons; multi-media festival of life, 8 PM, Haydn Hall; join us- SDS".
Handwritten letter. This group of letters "Mt. Lebanon, New York: many of the letters prior to 1810 are addressed to the brethren in Ohio and Kentucky from the elders in the ministry of "New Lebanon in Canaan." Thereafter many of the letters, often in multiple copies, are addressed to the ministries at the other communities and contain directions, instructions, and advice from the ministry at Mt. Lebanon; some of these are titled epistles or circular letters. These touch upon all aspects of Shaker religion, life, and activities. Prior to 1880 the correspondence is mainly among Shakers; after that, these letters reflect the increasing contact both Alonzo G. Hollister and Frederick W. Evans had with non-Shakers. Representative of these are several letters of Leo Tolstoy to Hollister and carbon copies of Evans's letters to friends and publishers. Many letters after 1900 involve Hollister and John P. MacLean, and concern Shaker publications as well as MacLean's bibliography. After 1910 much of the correspondence concerns the activities of M. Catherine Allen, her interests in charitable causes and in assisting Wallace H. Cathcart in preserving Shaker publications and manuscripts 1830-1853