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1Title:  Commonwealth program travel grants, 1947-1962,   
 Creator:  Stackpole, Stephen H. | Carnegie Corporation of New York 
 Publication:  : New York, 1963., 1963  
 Notes:  Its Review series,; 38; Variation: Review series (Carnegie Corporation of New York) ;; 38. 
 Subjects:  Travel | Endowments | Grants-in-aid

 
Collection:  The Rockefeller Archive Center 
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2Title:  Ford Foundation travel and study grants, 1964-1968.   
 Creator:  Ford Foundation 
 Publication:  1969  
 Subjects:  Scholarships. | Research grants.

 
Collection:  The Rockefeller Archive Center 
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3Title:  A study of travel patterns.   
 Creator:  Rockefeller, David | Butt, John D. | Downtown Lower Manhattan Association 
 Publication:  : New York, 1961, 1961  
 Notes:  Letter of transmittal by David Rockefeller, Chairman and John D. Butt, President 
 Subjects:  Transportation -- New York Metropolitan Area | City planning -- New York (State) -- New York

 
Collection:  The Rockefeller Archive Center 
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4Title:  International travel--international trade   
 Creator:  Gray, H. Peter 
 Publication:  : Lexington, Heath Lexington Books 1970., 1970  
 Notes:  Includes bibliographical references. 
 Subjects:  Balance of payments | Tourism

 
Collection:  The Rockefeller Archive Center 
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5Title:  Incidents of travel in Central America, Chiapas and Yucatan.   
 Creator:  Stephens, John L. 
 Publication:  London : John Murray, 1846, 1846  
 Notes:  Pink Slip preservation issue. Bookplate: Nelson A. Rockefeller Ex Libris; Source: The Nelson A. Rockefeller Estate 
 Subjects:  Yucatan (Mexico : State) -- History | Central America -- Description and travel

 
Collection:  The Rockefeller Archive Center 
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6Title:  Le Corbusier in America: travels in the land of the timid.   
 Creator:  Bacon, Mardges | M.I.T. Press 
 Publication:  Cambridge : MIT Pr., 2001, 2001  
Collection:  The Rockefeller Archive Center 
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7Title:  Vision research: flying and space travel.   
 Creator:  Armed Forces-NRC Vision Committee. Spring Meeting (1964 : Washington, D.C.) | Whitcomb, Milton A. | National Research Council (U.S.) | Benson, William | National Academy of Sciences (U.S.) 
 Publication:  Washington, D.C. : National Academy of Sciences, 1968, 1968  
 Notes:  On title page: Signature H. K. Hartline 
 Subjects:  Space flight -- Physiological effect | Vision | Flight -- Physiological aspects

 
Collection:  The Rockefeller Archive Center 
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8Title:  Letters from Syria, 1921-1923 : a response to the Armenian tragedy : including stories, travel and reports.   
 Creator:  Miller-Mann, Nellie | Mann, David W. 
 Publication:  2012  
 Subjects:  International Relief--Syria | Near East Relief

 
Collection:  The Rockefeller Archive Center 
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9Title:  Travels in the interior districts of Africa performed in the years 1795, 1796 & 1797, with an account of a subsequent mission to that country in 1805.   
 Creator:  George Newnes, Ltd. | Park, Mungo | Flexner, Simon 
 Publication:  London : George Newnes, Ltd.,, n.d.  
 Notes:  Insert: Handwritten letter from Simon Flexner Rockefeller Family Office, Office of JDR, Jr., Personal Library 
Collection:  The Rockefeller Archive Center 
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10Title:  Church and state in Latin America: a history of politico-ecclesiastical relations.   
 Creator:  University of North Carolina Press | Mecham, J. Lloyd (John Lloyd) 
 Publication:  Chapel Hill : UNC Pr., 1966, 1966  
 Subjects:  Church and state -- Latin America

 
Collection:  The Rockefeller Archive Center 
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11Title:  Tres ensayos sobre economia minera hispanoamericana.   
 Creator:  Univ. de Chile, Centro de Investigaciones de Historia Americana | Jara, Alvaro 
 Publication:  Santiago : Univ. de Chile, Centro de Investigaciones de Historia Americana, 1966, 1966  
 Subjects:  Mines and mineral resources -- Latin America

 
Collection:  The Rockefeller Archive Center 
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12Title:  The man who killed the deer.   
 Creator:  Waters, Frank | Sage Publications 
 Publication:  Chicago : Sage Books, 1942, 1942  
 Subjects:  Pueblo Indians -- Fiction

 
Collection:  The Rockefeller Archive Center 
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13Title:  Memoir; or A cursory glance at my differenct travels & my sojourn in the Creek Nation.Milford's memoir.   
 Creator:  Lakeside Press (Chicago, Ill.) | Milford, Louis LeClerc de | McDermott, John Francis 
 Publication:  Chicago : Lakeside Press, 1956, 1956  
 Notes:  Rockefeller Family Office, Office of JDR, Jr., Personal Library 
Collection:  The Rockefeller Archive Center 
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14Title:  Rockefeller Foundation records, projects, RG 1.2   
 Creator:  Rockefeller Foundation 
 Publication:  Rockefeller Archive Center 1910-2000 
 Extent:  1 Cubic Feet 
 Subjects:  Agriculture | Arts | Diseases | Epidemiology | Hookworm disease | Hospitals | Humanities | Humanities -- Scholarships, fellowships, etc. | Life sciences | Malaria | Medical care | Medical sciences | Natural history | Nursing | Philanthropy | Public health | Public health -- Scholarships, fellowships, etc. | Public health administration | Respiratory organs -- Diseases | Scarlatina -- Hospitals -- Administration | Scholarships | Social sciences -- Scholarships, fellowships, etc. | Tuberculosis | Viruses -- Research | War relief | Yaws | Yellow fever

 
Collection:  The Rockefeller Archive Center 
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15Title:  Journal of survey notes and maps related to the Lander Road in Wyoming, Idaho, and Nevada : manuscript   
 Creator:  Wagner, William H., -1861 
 Notes:  Autograph manuscript journal with survey notes and detailed map sketches in pencil by Wagner that document land in Wyoming, Idaho, and Nevada assessed as part of a wagon road survey led by F. W. Lander from 1858 to 1859. The pages toward the end of the volume have affixed a pen-and-ink maps on tissue paper that documents the route of the survey party from Fort Laramie, Wyoming, to Honey Lake, California. The volume includes reconnaissance and survey notes as well as maps for sites traveling from western Wyoming to eastern Idaho from July 14 to September 15, 1858. Locations in Wyoming include La Barge Creek, Greys River (described as John Grays River), Smiths Fork, and Fall Creek. Locations across the boundary between Wyoming and Idaho include Thomas Fork, Salt River, and the Wyoming Range (described as the Bear River Mountains). Locations in Idaho include Blackfoot Creek, Portneuf River, Stump Creek (described as Smoking Creek), Otter Spring Creek, Basalt Creek, Thistle Creek, Ross Fork, Bannock Creek, Snake River, Raft River, and the City of Rocks (later the City of Rocks National Reserve). Tipped in paper sheets provide a summary of travel from June 10 to August 28, 1859, for Wagner and the survey party from Soda Springs, Idaho, to a bend on the Humboldt River; the journal continues with reconnaissance and survey notes as well as maps for the sites. Sites in Idaho include the Bear River, Wilson Creek, Portneuf River, Marsh Creek, Indian Springs, Raft River, City of Rocks, Goose Creek, and Cold Springs. Sites in Nevada include Thousand Springs Valley, Humboldt River, Owyhee River, Humboldt Wells, Maggie Creek, Stony Point, and Tutt's Meadow. The notes mention interactions with American Indians and United States military forces including a meeting with Chief Pocatello (described as Pocataroh) on June 25, 1859, and with Major Isaac Lynde (described as Major Lyon). Party members mentioned in the summary include interpreter Thomas Pembrun and civil engineer C. C. Wrenshall. The volume also includes undated barometrical observations at Upper Sweetwater Station (described as Gilbert's Trading Post). Pasted on the lining paper of the front board is a calendar for 1858 
 Extent:  1 volume (126 pages) ; 20 cm 
 Subjects:  Lander, F. W. -- (Frederick West), -- 1821-1862 | Lynde, Isaac, -- 1804-1886 | Nye, John, -- 1812-1871 | Pembrun, Thomas | Pocatello, -- Ute chief | Wagner, T. S. -- (Thomas S.) | Wagner, William H., -- -1861 | Wrenshall, C. C. -- (Charles Christopher), -- 1836-1910 | Overland Trails | Roads -- West (U.S.) | Surveyors -- West (U.S.) | Bannock Creek (Wyo.-Wash.) -- Description and travel | Basalt Creek (Idaho) -- Description and travel | Bear River (Utah-Idaho) -- Description and travel | Blackfoot River (Idaho) -- Description and travel | City of Rocks National Reserve (Idaho) -- Description and travel | Cold Springs (Idaho) -- Description and travel | Fall Creek (Wyo.) -- Description and travel | Fort Laramie (Wyo.) -- Description and travel | Goose Creek (Idaho) -- Description and travel | Greys River (Wyo.) -- Description and travel | Honey Lake (Calif.) -- Description and travel | Humboldt River (Nev.) -- Description and travel | Humboldt Wells (Nev.) -- Description and travel | Idaho -- Description and travel | Idaho -- Maps | Indian Springs (Idaho) -- Description and travel | La Barge Creek (Wyo.) -- Description and travel | Maggie Creek (Elko County and Eureka County, Nev.) -- Description and travel | Marsh Creek (Idaho) -- Description and travel | Nevada -- Description and travel | Nevada -- Maps | Noon Creek (Idaho) -- Description and travel | Otter Spring Creek (Idaho) -- Description and travel | Owyhee River (Idaho) -- Description and travel | Portneuf River (Idaho) -- Description and travel | Raft River (Utah and Idaho) -- Description and travel | Ross Fork (Idaho) -- Description and travel | Salt River (Wyo. and Idaho) -- Description and travel | Smiths Fork (Lincoln County, Wyo.) -- Description and travel | Snake River (Wyo.-Wash.) -- Description and travel | Snake River Valley (Wyo.-Wash.) -- Description and travel | Soda Springs (Idaho) -- Description and travel | Stony Point (Nev.) -- Description and travel | Stump Creek (Idaho) -- Description and travel | Thistle Creek (Idaho) -- Description and travel | Thomas Fork (Wyo. and Idaho) -- Description and travel | Thousand Springs Valley (Nev.) -- Description and travel | Tutt's Meadow (Nev.) -- Description and travel | Upper Sweetwater Station (Wyo.) -- Description and travel | West (U.S.) -- Maps | Wilson Creek (Idaho) -- Description and travel | Wyoming Range (Wyo.) -- Description and travel | Wyoming -- Description and travel | Wyoming -- Maps | Manuscript maps United States 19th century

 
Collection:  Yale University 
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16Title:  Papers relating to William Pahlmann's travels, 1927-1975 (bulk, 1950-1970)   
 Creator:  Pahlmann, William C., 1900-1987 
 Notes:  This series contains maps, guidebooks, postcards, articles, travel itineraries, correspondence and other materials collected by William Pahlmann for his travels around the world. Pahlmann traveled extensively for most of his life for the combined purposes of recreation, seeking design inspiration and source materials, spreading his views, and cultivating potential clients and suppliers. Pahlmann traveled to every continent except Antarctica, but the emphasis is on the Americas, Europe, Eastern and Southern Asia, Australasia and Oceania, the Middle East, and the African littoral of the Mediterranean. Many items are as simple as tourist maps and brochures and tear sheets from National Geographic. 
 Extent:  5.4 
 Subjects:  Palladio, Andrea, -- 1508-1580 | Angkor Wat (Angkor) -- Description and travel | Tourism | Atlanta (Ga.) -- Maps | Europe -- Description and travel | Fairfield County (Conn.) -- Maps | France -- Description and travel | Great Britain -- Description and travel | Greece -- Description and travel | Hong Kong (China) -- Description and travel | India -- Description and travel | Ireland -- Description and travel | Istanbul (Turkey) -- Description and travel | Italy -- Description and travel | Japan -- Description and travel | Japan -- Maps | Key West (Fla.) -- Maps | Latin America -- Description and travel | Mexico -- Maps | Middle East -- Description and travel | Netherlands -- Description and travel | New York (N.Y.) -- Maps | New Zealand -- Description and travel | Oceania -- Description and travel | Rome (Italy) -- Maps | Scandinavia -- Description and travel | Sicily (Italy) -- Description and travel | Southeast Asia -- Description and travel | Spain -- Description and travel | United States -- Description and travel | Venice (Italy) -- Maps | Vicenza (Italy) -- Description and travel | Washington (D.C.) -- Maps | West Indies -- Description and travel | Maps | Travel guidebooks

 
Collection:  Hagley Library 
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17Title:  LeRoy Crawford scrapbooks of travels, 1901-1911   
 Creator:  Crawford, LeRoy. | Crawford, Henrietta 
 Notes:  Five scrapbooks kept by LeRoy Crawford during trips he made with his niece Etta Crawford. Each volume contains a typewritten travelogue as well as a variety of original photographs, postcards, images from magazines, cartes-de-visite, and other ephemera. Each volume was assembled by LeRoy and Etta in Chase's Lake, New York. The first photograph album (1901) depicts LeRoy and Henrietta's travels in Tennessee, Mexico, and Cuba. The second volume (1902-1903) describes the Crawfords' travels on the Northern Pacific Railroad ("this train was in all respects the most complete and comfortable one that I have ever seen," LeRoy noted) from St. Paul to Seattle, where they visited the Port Orchard Navy Yard and Moran shipyard (includes photographs of the Ocean Queen and battleship Nebraska during the early phases of their construction). The scrapbook also follows the Crawfords' visits to Oregon, San Francisco, Mt. Tamalpais, British Colombia, and San Francisco, as well as their voyage on the S.S. Newport to Mexico, Guatemala, Nicaragua, and Columbia. The third scrapbook (1907), titled "The Eden Tour of Forty Days," describes their travels to Jamaica and the West Indies aboard the RMS Thames, including stops in Dominica, Martinique, St. Lucia, Barbados, Trinidad, Panama, and the Bahamas. The 1909 album consists mainly of postcards which were acquired while the Crawfords were traveling on the Union Pacific to Idaho, Oregon, Washington, Alberta, and British Columbia (on the Canadian Pacific Railroad), and also includes postcards from the Alaska Yukon Pacific Expedition (1909). The final album (1911) follows the Crawfords as they again sailed on the RMS Thames and stopped in Cuba before touring Jamaica by car. 
 Extent:  5 
 Subjects:  Crawford, Etta D | Crawford, LeRoy | Canadian Pacific Railway Company | Northern Pacific Railroad Company | Union Pacific Railroad Company | Automobile travel -- Jamaica | Ocean travel -- History -- 20th century | Railroad travel -- Canada | Railroad travel -- United States | Alberta -- Description and travel | Barbados -- Description and travel | Bahamas -- Description and travel | British Columbia -- Description and travel | Colombia -- Description and travel | Cuba -- Description and travel | Dominica -- Description and travel | Guatemala -- Description and travel | Idaho -- Description and travel | Jamaica -- Description and travel | Martinique -- Description and travel | Mexico -- Description and travel | Nicaragua -- Description and travel | Oregon -- Description and travel | Panama -- Description and travel | Saint Lucia -- Description and travel | San Francisco (Calif.) -- Description and travel | Tamalpais, Mount (Calif.) | Tennessee -- Description and travel | Trinidad -- Description and travel | Washington (State) -- Description and travel | West (U.S.) -- Description and travel | Scrapbooks 20th century | Photograph albums 20th century | Photograph albums

 
Collection:  Huntington Library 
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18Title:  Travel diary: of a Denver businessman, 1910 Apr 4-Jun 11   
 Notes:  Holograph travel diary kept by an unidentified man with an interest in agriculture, livestock, and real estate. The diary recounts a two-month trip from Denver through Texas, Mexico, California, Washington, British Columbia, and Oregon via train and steamboat. The writer, a Christian Scientist, kept a careful record of expenses, described many of the cities and areas he travelled through in detail, and made frequent observations about business ventures. Includes description of a sugarcane ranch in Mexico; the writer's health problems; travel by coastal steamer in the Northwest; and visits with family and friends along the West Coast. On outside back cover: remains of a stamp of Marseille Splendide Hotel. 
 Extent:  1 18 cm. 
 Subjects:  Railroad travel -- West (U.S.) | Agriculture -- Mexico | Agriculture -- West (U.S.) | Sugarcane industry -- Mexico | Steamboat lines -- Northwest, Pacific | El Paso (Tex.) -- Description and travel | Juárez (Chihuahua, Mexico) -- Description and travel | Long Beach (Calif.) -- Description and travel | Mexico City (Mexico) -- Description and travel | Ogden (Utah) -- Description and travel | Port Townsend (Wash.) -- Description and travel | Portland (Or.) -- Description and travel | Prince Rupert (B.C.) -- Description and travel | Riverside (Calif.) -- Description and travel | Salem (Or.) -- Description and travel | Salt Lake City (Utah) -- Description and travel | Santa Catalina Island (Calif.) -- Description and travel | Seattle (Wash.) -- Description and travel | Tacoma (Wash.) -- Description and travel | Vancouver (B.C.) -- Description and travel | Veracruz-Llave (Mexico : State) -- Description and travel | Victoria (B.C.) -- Description and travel | West (U.S.) -- Description and travel | Christian Scientists | Diaries 20th century

 
Collection:  Yale University 
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19Title:  Catton family papers, 1875-1968 (bulk 1931-1951)   
 Creator:  Catton (Family) | Catton, Janet Renny. | Catton, Margaret M. L. (Margaret Mary Louise) | Catton, Robert. | Sangwan MahidolPrincess, 1900-1995 
 Notes:  The collection comprises 66 items including 23 travel letters, 15 diaries, 4 scrapbooks, 22 photographs and 2 pieces of miscellaneous ephemera. The travel letters cover two trips taken by Mary Catton: 1. Trip to Japan, China, Hong Kong, Cambodia, Vietnam, Thailand, India, Egypt, Israel, Switzerland, Italy, France, England, Scotland and the United States in 1931-1932; 2. Trip to Canada, the United States, Panama, New Zealand, Australia and Fiji in 1938-1939. Her travel letters, which are written like diaries but addressed and sent to family members back in Hawaii, contain detailed descriptions of each place she visited. They are illustrated with photographs and postcards, many with handwritten captions (the travel letters contain over 1,000 photographs). While Catton visited the typical tourist sites at each city, because she was a social worker, much of the content of her travel letters is dedicated to comments and discussions regarding the lesser-seen parts of the cities, their hospitals, conditions of the poor, the homeless, the available social work services, government and politics, and education and schools. She often met with doctors and social workers and talked to them about their experiences; Catton was also often a guest of honor at events where she was asked to give talks about her work in Hawaii. While in Thailand she met with Princess Sangwan Mahidol and her three young children including the future kings Ananda Mahidol and Bhumibol Adulyadej. There are letters by Princess Mahidol and several photographs of the family in Volume 6. While in New York she visited her alma mater, the New York School of Social Work. The cities in which she spent the most time and about which she wrote the most are: Tokyo, Kyoto, Osaka, Hiroshima-shi (Japan); Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong (China); Saigon (Vietnam); Angkor, Bangkok (Thailand); Calcutta, New Delhi, Bombay (India); Cairo (Egypt); Milan, Rome, Venice (Italy); Geneva, Saint Moritz (Switzerland); Paris (France); London, Stratford-upon-Avon (England); Edinburgh, Inverness, Melrose (Scotland); New York, Baltimore (U.S.); Auckland, Wellington (New Zealand); Melbourne, Sydney (Australia). The 15 diaries, all of which belong to Mary Catton, span the years 1939 to 1951. The diaries describe in great detail all aspects of Mary's life in Honolulu including: her daily activities; her work at Queen's Hospital, her difficulties with the doctors and hospital administration, her work with nurses, patient care, hospital costs; teaching social work; Mary's work with the many groups of which she was a member including several medical and social work associations; the attack on Pearl Harbor and aftermath including blackouts and the fear of another attack; World War II events; treatment and views of Japanese living in Hawaii; Mary's work in starting a convalescent home in Hawaii; various other medical issues such as adoption, sterilization, staffing, and fundraising. More specifically, Mary discusses her work with the following associations and organizations: Hospital Social Service Association (later the Medical Social Service Association), Bureau of Mental Hygiene, Hawaii Medical Service Association, the Hawaiian Chapter of the American Association of Social Workers, the Hawaiian Department of Public Welfare. Two of the four scrapbooks belong to Mary Catton and two belong to her sister Renny Catton. The four scrapbooks include photographs, letters, newspaper clippings, invitations, calling cards, programs for shows and events, telegrams, tickets, notes, dance cards, post cards, and greeting cards (birthday, Christmas, etc.). The photographs are of Catton family members. More material was found in October 2016 and added as an addenda. This material is chiefly correspondence between the Catton family members. 
 Extent:  Approximately 700 in 14 boxes. 
 Subjects:  Ananda Mahidol, -- King of Thailand, -- 1925-1946 | Bhumibol Adulyadej, -- King of Thailand, -- 1927-2016 | Catton, Margaret Mary Louise | Sangwan Mahidol, -- Princess, -- 1900-1995 | American Association of Social Workers | Hawaii. -- Board of Health | Hawaii Medical Service Association Foundation | New York School of Social Work | Queen's Hospital (Honolulu, Hawaii) | Adoption -- Hawaii | Adoption -- Law and legislation | Charities -- Hawaii -- History | Hospitals -- Administration | Hospitals -- Case management services | Hospitals -- Hawaii | Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945 | Medical care -- Hawaii | Medical social work -- Hawaii | Mental illness -- Hawaii | Nurses -- Hawaii | Ocean travel | Pearl Harbor (Hawaii), Attack on, 1941 | Physicians -- Hawaii | Public health -- Hawaii | Single women -- Diaries | Single women -- Hawaii | Social service -- Hawaii | Sterilization of women -- Hawaii | Sterilization of women -- Law and legislation | Voyages and travels -- Anecdotes | Women -- Hawaii | Women social workers -- Hawaii | Women social workers -- Travel | Women -- Societies and clubs | World War, 1939-1945 -- Japanese Americans | Angkor (Extinct city) -- Description and travel | Australia -- Description and travel | Bangkok (Thailand) -- Description and travel | Beijing (China) -- Description and travel | Mumbai (India) -- Description and travel | Cairo (Egypt) -- Description and travel | Kolkata (India) -- Description and travel | China -- Description and travel | Edinburgh (Scotland) -- Description and travel | Egypt -- Description and travel | England -- Description and travel | Hawaii -- History -- 19th century -- Sources | Hawaii -- History -- 20th century -- Sources | Hawaii -- Social life and customs | France -- Description and travel | Hiroshima-shi (Japan) -- Description and travel | Hong Kong (China) -- Description and travel | India -- Description and travel | Inverness (Scotland) -- Description and travel | Israel -- Description and travel | Italy -- Description and travel | Japan -- Description and travel | Jerusalem -- Description and travel | Kyoto (Japan) -- Description and travel | London (England) -- Description and travel | Melrose (Scottish Borders, Scotland) -- Description and travel | New Delhi (India) -- Description and travel | New Zealand -- Description and travel | Osaka (Japan) -- Description and travel | Panama -- Description and travel | Paris (France) -- Description and travel | Rome (Italy) -- Description and travel | Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam) -- Description and travel | Scotland -- Description and travel | Shanghai (China) -- Description and travel | Switzerland -- Description and travel | Thailand -- Description and travel | Tokyo (Japan) -- Description and travel | United States -- Description and travel | Vietnam -- Description and travel | Diaries Hawaii 20th century | Letters (correspondence) Hawaii 20th century | Photographs Hawaii | Scrapbooks Hawaii

 
Collection:  Huntington Library 
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20Title:  Coast to coast with the Elks   
 Creator:  Davis, Thomas W.Rev 
 Publication:  I.F. Huntzinger Company, Camden, New Jersey, 1922. 
 Notes:  Includes fairly detailed descriptions of the towns and states which the author visited during a trip from Philadelphia to California. 
 Extent:  367 p. : ill. ; 20 cm. 
 Subjects:  Automobile travel -- United States | West (U.S.) -- Description and travel | California -- Description and travel | Oregon -- Description and travel | Canada -- Description and travel | Washington (State) -- Description and travel | Arizona -- Description and travel | New Mexico -- Description and travel | Colorado -- Description and travel | Kansas -- Description and travel

 
Collection:  Yale University 
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