Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Part photograph album and part travel log, this album, kept by an American woman while on vacation in Havana, Cuba, in the summer of 1946.
Dates: 1946 July
Abstract Diary of a Pennsylvania minister and agent of the American Tract Society, written while he was in New Orleans and Greenville, Louisiana, in 1839 and 1846.
Overview Travel journal of this Tacoma, Washington, doctor.
Dates: circa 1930-1935
Overview A loose set of travel diaries and account books kept by Dr. Jonathan Plimpton Green describing his journey to and from Valparaiso, Chile, and documenting the medical work he did while living there in the mid-nineteenth century.
Dates: 1847 - 1861
Content Description 24 letters from Levi Lundy to his brother, Joel Lundy, from September 29, 1832 to February 10, 1834. The letters document Levi’s travels to find a healthier environment and the worsening of his tuberculosis. Lundy ‘s letters were sent from Savannah and Macon, Georgia, Tuscaloosa and Mobile, Alabama, Nassau and Bimini, Bahamas, Norfolk, Virginia, Gibraltar, and Malta. There is also a letter to Joel Lundy to inform him of his brother’s death in Gibraltar on March 10, 1834.
Dates: 1832-09-29 - 1834-02-10; 1834-03
Overview Typed account of one of the first Americans allowed to enter the U.S.S.R. in 1930, during the first "Five Year Plan."
Dates: 1931, 1963
Overview Hudson Strode (1892-1976) was a literature and creative writing professor at The University of Alabama from 1916-1963, and a writer of more than a dozen nonfiction books. This collection includes correspondence, photographs, manuscripts, artifacts, prints, newspaper clippings, and other materials related to his travels and literary career.
Abstract A typescript paper titled "Fifteen Days in Europe: An Account of Travels in Italy, Switzerland, and France, with an account of the American Invasion of Mexico," by United Press correspondent Frank Hall Thomas