Microfilm of ms. collection in the Washington Crossing Library of the American Revolution.
|Statement||[Compiled by Mrs. Delores L. Howland with the assistance of the American Philosophical Society.|
|Contributions||Howland, Delores L., Washington Crossing Library of the American Revolution., American Philosophical Society.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm Mss. 14, 748 E|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||79029955|
OCLC Number: Notes: Includes index on second set of pages Description: 44, 29 pages: portrait ; 29 cm: Other Titles: Guide to the microfilm edition of the Sol Feinstone collection of the American Revolution. The Sol Feinstone Collection of the David Library contains a wide array of original documents relating especially to the American Revolution. The collection is particularly strong in military affairs and contains a variety of original letters from generals and prominent officers from both British and American forces. FOWLER, David J. GUIDE TO THE SOL FEINSTONE COLLECTION OF THE DAVID LIBRARY OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. Washington Crossing, Pennsylvania: The David Library Of The Revolution, Thick 8vo., maroon cloth stamped in gilt. Reprint. Fine. $ Seller Inventory # More information about this seller | Contact this seller 6. Feinstone, Sol, — Manuscripts — Catalogs; Manuscripts, American — Pennsylvania — Catalogs; David Library of the American Revolution. Sol Feinstone Collection — Catalogs; Related name. David Library of the American Revolution. Sol Feinstone Collection; Notes Includes index. ISBN ; LCCN ; OCLC.
Ezra Stone, the son of DLAR's founder Sol Feinstone, was an actor/director, perhaps most famous for playing Henry Aldrich on the classic radio show "The Aldrich Family" from to Sometime after Sol Feinstone purchased the land where the David Library sits back in , Ezra invited members of the cast to visit from New York/5(15). Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collections Library, Perkins Library, Duke University, Durham, NC Information on the collection, online finding aids, etc. is available online. Feinstone Collection The Sol Feinstone Collection belongs to The David Library of the American Revolution. The Feinstone Collection is available on. The David Library was founded in by Sol Feinstone (), a businessman and collector of Revolutionary War manuscripts (and is named after his grandson). Mr. Feinstone began collecting manuscripts in the s, and after his purchase in of Buckstone Farm, began concentrating the focus of his collection on the period of the. David Library of the American Revolution. Sol Feinstone Collection. 6 reels. Accompanied by guide. Chiefly correspondence of the Revolutionary and early national eras. The collection includes many letters of Washington and other prominent as well as lesser known individuals.
The earliest known use of the word logistics is in an book titled The Elements of The Science of War. The Papers of Francis Rush Clark, Sol Feinstone Collection. Edward E. Curtis, The Organization of the British Army in the American Revolution . The David Library of the American Revolution sits on acres in Washington Crossing, Pa., where founder Sol Feinstone once lived. (Emma Lee/WHYY) There reels of microfilm at the David, containing about a million documents related to the American Revolution. Stephenson is happy to hear that the David will soon be his neighbor in Old. The Feinstone Slavery Collection complements the much larger Sol Feinstone Collection of American Revolution. This smaller collection (one box) contains documents pertaining to slavery in the early republic. There are records of sale and emancipation along with some correspondence and other miscellaneous materials. The David Center for the American Revolution integrates the collections of the David Library with that of the APS to create a one-stop-shop for the study of the American Revolution. The David Library collections consist of approximately 8, volumes, 9, reels of microfilm, and the large Sol Feinstone manuscript collection.