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Fri Mar 21 17:08:31 2014 UTClccn-no20060381820.00Reminiscences of Edward E. Ayer,0.821.00Memorial which Fray Juan de Santander of the Order of St. Francis, commissary-general of the Indies, presents to His Catholic Majesty the king, Philip IV, our lord. Made by the Father Fray Alonso de Benavides, commissary of the Holy Office and custodian that was of the provinces and conversions of new Mexico. In it are treated the treasures, spiritual and temporal, which the Divine Majesty hath manifested in those conversions and new discoveries by means of the priests of this seraphic order237199793no20060381826912661Ayer, Emma Augusta BurbankAyer, Emma Burbanklccn-n79015671Franciscanslccn-n90608273Benavides, Alonso deactive 1630lccn-n50043005Lummis, Charles Fletcher1859-1928edtlccn-n50034623Hodge, Frederick Webb1864-1956lccn-n90608276Santander, Juan de-1644lccn-n50033203Millet, Pierre1635-1709lccn-n88124604Crespí, Juan1721-1782lccn-n85237135Costansó, Miguellccn-n79100738Palóu, Francisco1723-1789lccn-n79046634JesuitsAyer, Edward E.MrsHistoryPersonal narrativesBiographySourcesTravelMissionsFranciscansIndians of North AmericaNew MexicoAlgeriaTunisia--TunisUnited StatesKing William's War (United States : 1689-1697)Indian captivitiesOneida IndiansTunisiaCaliforniaCalifornia--San FranciscoMillet, Pierre,JesuitsNew York (State)Illinois--ChicagoAyer, Edward E.,--MrsFrontier and pioneer lifeTravelers' writings, AmericanCaptivityAmerican Civil War (1861-1865)Regimental historiesOverland journeys to the PacificMissionariesMexicoUnited States, WestBook collectorsBusinessmenAutomobile travelAyer, Edward Everett,Manuscripts, AmericanAsiaEuropeField Museum of Natural History18971901191119161940196519751978458926266.2789F799ocn003501613ocn000377622ocn004723945ocn004903344ocn616198402ocn018034211ocn637334685ocn055750280ocn0281275881607ocn000414405book19110.86Ayer, Edward EA motor flight through Algeria and Tunisia1546ocn003501613book19160.73Benavides, Alonso deThe memorial of Fray Alonso de Benavides, 1630Benavides was an eye-witness and a part of the history-making era he records502ocn000377622book19400.84Costansó, MiguelNoticias of the port of San Francisco in letters of Miguel Costanso, Fray Juan Crespi and Fray Francisco Palou in the year 1772History422ocn003541347book19780.93Millet, PierreCaptivity among the Oneidas of Father MiletHistoryBiographyPersonal narratives304ocn004723945book18970.92Millet, PierreCaptivity among the Oneidas in 1690-91 of Father Pierre Milet : of the Society of JesusHistoryBiographyPersonal narratives161ocn681449744file19110.90Ayer, Edward EA motor flight through Algeria and Tunisia42ocn018034211art19011.00Benavides, Alonso deMemorial which Fray Juan de Santander of the Order of St. Francis, commissary-general of the Indies, presents to His Catholic Majesty the king, Philip IV, our lord. Made by the Father Fray Alonso de Benavides, commissary of the Holy Office and custodian that was of the provinces and conversions of new Mexico. In it are treated the treasures, spiritual and temporal, which the Divine Majesty hath manifested in those conversions and new discoveries by means of the priests of this seraphic order11ocn038889129bookMillet, PierreAccount of his captivity among the Onneidas [i.e. Oneidas] in 1690-1691HistoryPersonal narrativesSourcesFather Pierre Millet's July 6, 1691, letter to missionaries in Canada, translated into English by Emma Burbank Ayer, probably in Chicago; begun in 1890 and finished in 189411ocn084649947mixAyer, Edward EverettReminiscences of Edward E. AyerHistoryArchivesPersonal narrativesSourcesThe "Reminiscences of Edward Ayer's first trip from home ..." (HM 68693) is a 1924 version of a narrative by Ayer detailing his many and varied experiences in the American West from 1860 to 1864. Most of the narrative deals with his time as a California Volunteer. The 1923 manuscript "Why I love Prescott's 'Conquest of Mexico'" (HM 68694) describes how Prescott's book opened up the world of books and history for Ayer. Both manuscripts are typewritten carbon copies, and the 1923 item is signed and dated by Ayer. The third item, HM 16784a, is a bound volume of 187 pages, entitled "Early Reminiscences of Edward E. Ayer." Inscribed to the Huntington Library by Ayer, it contains typescript versions of the "Reminiscences of Edward Ayer's first trip from home ..." and of twelve other memoirs of various trips and adventures abroad -- in Europe, Asia, Central America and in the American West. It also includes typescripts of two letters from Ayer to the Board of Directors of the Field Museum. HM 16784b (also 187 pages) is a variant version of HM 16784a, and includes a print of a portrait of Ayer. HM 16784b is inscribed by Ayer to William Hertrich, gardener to Mr. Huntington and later superintendent of grounds and buildings at the HuntingtonFri Mar 21 16:01:07 EDT 2014batch9130