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TitleMy Irish roots
DescriptionEarly Irish history through reminiscences of a personal trip in 1975 exploring megalithic tombs. Family history of the Dalys and the Mansfields from Ireland to New Brunswick, NJ. Memories of Irish in...
DescriptionThe paper posits that the earliest Moslem architecture was inspired by Byzantine-Christian architecture. Highlighted are the Mosque of the Sultan Hassan in Cairo and the Hagia Sophia in Istanbul...
DescriptionA summary of he Spanish colonization in the United States, from the early missionary settlements in 1539 to the date of this paper (1926), when a Spanish theatrical company performed in Manhattan. ...
DescriptionPeg Campbell presents an overview of Chinese and Japanese immigration into the United States from a 1930 point of view. She highlights America's need for both of these pools of labor but notes that...
DescriptionA comprehensive look at Sweden in the mid 1930s, with a review of economic experiments in education, currency, control, divorce and co-operatives. 4 pages are devoted to liquor control.
DescriptionA presentation by Margaret (Mrs. D) Campbell on October 1928 about the American Wing of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
DescriptionPeg Campbell presents a view of Mallorca as seen by Frederic Chopin and George Sand when they arrived to spend a winter there, due to Chopin's illness. She describes the Mallorcan countryside, the...
DescriptionFocuses on the fur trade that developed from the beaver in Canada. The early French traders and their relations with Native Americans and the Hudson Bay Company are discussed. Mink fur and mink...
DescriptionPeg Campbell attempts to explain the reason behind the lack of American sculpture and sculptors in the nation's earliest days. The Centennial Exposition of 1876 brought about an artistic quickening...
DescriptionAn informed discussion by Peg Campbell of all aspects of Pan America, from its early colonization by Asians, Europeans and Africans to the melting pot and "cosmic race" of 1956. Includes a discussion...