Rudyard Kipling Fonds
- CA RBD MSG 201
Fonds consists of correspondence between Kipling and his wife and his father to Lockwood de Forest and his wife Metha, two drawings by Kipling, and the manuscript Traffics and Discoveries, 1904.
Kipling, Rudyard, 1865-1936
Fusibility of Minerals Specimens
Contains envelope signed P.R. Eakins, September 1972, with a small black box labeled Scale of Fusibility with five mineral samples inside.
Pencil sketches and colour map, geological illustrations accompanying the first report of Philip T. Tyson, Agricultural-Chemist of the State of Maryland.