214 results found for: drum

Gallery view

1830 Dec. 20

Lamb, Charles, 1775-1834

Charles Lamb letter to George Dyer

Enfield (Eng.) - On the Swing Riots in Enfield: "Poor Enfield, that has been so peaceable hitherto, has caught the inflammatory fever; the tokens are upon her; and a great fire was blazing last night in the barns and haystacks of a farmer, about half a mile from us. Where will these things end? There is no doubt if its being the work of some ill-disposed rustic, but how is he to be disc... more

Rocco and Barbara Verrilli Collection of Charles Lamb

1875

Lovell, J. L. (John Lyman), 1825-1903

Lieutenant Charles Morris

Lt. Charles Morris, Prof. of Military Science and Tactics 1878-81, dressed in his military uniform. A Lieutenant in the 5th Army Artillery, Morris was the first leader of the Mass Aggie Band, the Morris Drum Corps, as it was known, began as a military unit.

University Photograph Collection

1881

Lovell, J. L. (John Lyman), 1825-1903

Lieutenant Walter F. Carr in uniform

Formal portrait, wearing a military uniform holding a feathered hat in on hand an drumsticks in the other. There is a small drum in front of the subject. Note on photo, 'W.F. Carr, Lieut. in charge of drum and fife corpse'.

University Photograph Collection

1884

Band

United States - Lt. Bridgeman, Goldthwaite-Adjutant and Srgt. Major-Barber Drilling student Military Unit with Morris Drum Corp at MAC

University Photograph Collection

1900 Feb.

Scott, George L. (George Lewis), 1868-1952

The Stratton Operatic Orchestra

Athol (Mass.) - Image of a dance band from Athol with their drum, violin and cornet, and six men and two women performers. Emulsion delaminating from glass.

Lake Pleasant Collection

1918 Nov. 12

Newth, Letitia Crane, 1897-1960

Letter from Letitia Crane to Frank F. Newth

Lynn (Mass.) - Yesterday it was Victory Day in Lynn. At three o'clock in the morning the Salem bells started ringing and then the bells in Lynn, Swampscott,and Saugus started ringing. At five o'clock the kids had a parade, they marched up and down the streets carrying American flags and beating drums. Everyone went to work but they couldn't get anything done because they were so happy so all the factories ... more

Frank F. Newth Papers

1926 Apr.

Johnson, Georgia Douglas Camp, 1886-1966

Letter from Georgia Douglas Johnson to W. E. B. Du Bois

Washington (D.C.) - Concerning travel to New York, "Drums of the Morning" by Henry Neumann, and Johnson's son Peter's summer travel plans and scholarship.

W. E. B. Du Bois Papers

1926 May 14

Johnson, Georgia Douglas Camp, 1886-1966

Letter from Georgia Douglas Johnson to W. E. B. Du Bois

Washington (D.C.) - Concerning the "Drums of Morning" by Henry Neumann and a contribution to "The Crisis".

W. E. B. Du Bois Papers