Content Roundup – middle to late January 2021
A New Year and another set of newly digitized materials for your research and reading pleasure. This roundup selection includes more popular culture content including some non-fiction titles, Dime Novels, and story paper issues, and additional nursing history materials from the Museum of Nursing History.
St. Agatha’s Church, Meadville, Pennsylvania: seventy-five years of history, 1849-1924 / Rev. Andrew J Weschler Pastor
Dime Novel and Popular Literature
Our Jonesville folks / by Josiah Allen’s wife
Truth is always best / by Mary and Elizabeth Kirby
Winifred Bertram / by the author of “The Schonberg-Cotta family”
Brave and Bold Series (3 issues added)
On time : or, Bound to get there / by Oliver Optic
A Golden Shower; or, the Boy Banker of Wall Street and other stories / by a Self-Made Man
Ten Cent Hand Books (2 issues added)
Multum in Parvo Library (4 issues added)
Comfort (2 issues added)
Chicago Ledger (1 issue added)
Portland Transcript (3 issues added)
Boy’s World (2 issues added)
New York Ledger (2 issues added)
Street & Smith’s Literary Album (3 issues added)
Weekly Ledger (1 issue added)
Joseph McGarrity Collection
Lava Lane, and other poems / by Nathalia Crane
Museum of Nursing History
Scrapbook (Part 3) of Jessie Margaret Ada Mutch, [1943 – 1946].
A disbound scrapbook album on brittle paper, assembled by Jessie Margaret Ada Mutch, from her time in the U.S. Army Nurse Corps, serving in the European Theater of Operations, mostly France, 1942-1946. This section contains items from the end of the war and after, 1943-1946, including: correspondence on commendation and other notecards and letters; invitation, program, menu, and guest list for dinner in honor of doctors and nurses returned from duty, March 21 1946; newspaper and newsletter clippings and articles from publications such as Stars and Stripes, Yank: the Army Weekly, and the ship’s newspaper of the SS N.Y.U.-Victory, August 21-26, 1945, troop transport ship returning units from Europe to the U.S.
Packet (1) of Jessie Margaret Ada Mutch, 1944 – 1961.
Packet of papers assembled by Jessie Margaret Ada Mutch, from her time in the U.S. Army Nurse Corps as Major, then Lieutenant colonel, and transfer to the U.S. Army Retired Reserve. Contains letters, certificates, forms, and worksheets on commissions and commendations, 1944-1961.
Saturday Blade (2 issues added)
Villanova Digital Collection
The Effect of Gender on Tickle Sensitivity: A Test of the Interpersonal Theory of Tickle
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