Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Pamphlets "Ten Million Pair of Shoes for Suffering Russia" about Russia and its needs during World War I and "Speech by Prof. G. Lomonosoff on Mass meeting at Chicago on February 17th, 1918. (translated from Russian)."
The collection consists of photographs of John Adams Jr. as part of the Nebraska Legislature and Kappa Alpha Psi, certificates of election to the legislature and qualifications as an attorney, photographs and an obituary of his wife Constance Bell Singleton Adams, and a newspaper clipping with cartoons of John Adams Jr. with the senators from Nebraska.
The collection consists of Zenkl's papers and includes correspondence, published and unpublished writings, and biographical information. Of particular interest are a memorandum signed by various Eastern European political exiles and Zenkl's unpublished memoirs.
One letter from William Jay and abolitionist Jabez Delano Hammond to an unknown correspondent dated December 8, 1851, New York. The author writes about the death of their daughter and discusses the politics of slavery, Lajos Kossuth, Henry Clay and Daniel Webster.
Also included is a transcription of the letter and biographical research on Jabez Delano Hammond.