Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Correspondence, writings, and other papers of Frederic Adrian Delano, deputy director general of transportation for the American Expeditionary Forces in France, relating to chiefly to the transportation of troops. Also includes material reflecting Delano's interest in the metric system
University of Iowa
Concerning Darling's resignation as chief of the Biological Survey
New York State Historical Documents
Correspondence, memoranda, reports, maps, blueprints, memorabilia, clippings, and scrapbooks relating to city planning in Washington, D.C. and Newburgh, N.Y., railroads and transportation, monetary policy, Delano family affairs, and various civic organizations he worked with, 1904-1950. Correspondence, Supreme Court documents, and photographs from a boundary dispute between Oklahoma and Texas (the Red River Boundary Case) for which Delano served as the receiver, and a typewritten history of the receivership, 1920-1928. Papers of the League of Nations Commission of Enquiry into the Production of Opium in Persia, 1925-1927, for which Delano served as President, including letters, agenda, minutes, reports, memoranda, drafts, scrapbooks, and diaries from a 1926 visit kept by Delano and his secretary Archibald MacLeish. Delano's speeches, articles, and letters to newspapers on railroads, urban planning, monetary policy, and other subjects, 1887-1940s. Correspondence, clippings, articles, ... Read More
New York State Historical Documents
Family correspondence, 1838-1888, includes letters from Delano and Astor family members; letters from Delano's brothers, Warren, Frederic, and Edward concern financial affairs and mutual shipping ventures; many of the letters from Warren's family were written during their residence in Hong Kong in the 1860s. General correspondence, 1839-1890, consists of letters received and two letter books kept by Delano concerning rental properties in New York City, investments, the New York stock market, shipping ventures in the 1840s, and construction of the Laura Franklin Hospital in New York City. Correspondents include Philip Kissam, Robert Bennet Forbes, John Murray Forbes, Francis S. Hathaway, and many European friends. Other items include diaries, financial papers mainly relating to shipping in the 1840s, trade circulars, rent rolls, estimates and specifications, legal papers, household accounts of Laura A. Delano, monthly accounts, and a record of rainfall at the family home. Also, records ... Read More
New York State Historical Documents
Correspondence, memoranda, speeches, appointment books, invitations and replies, requests for interviews and replies, and clippings relating to non-official aspects of Roosevelt's two terms as Governor. Subjects include campaigns, Roosevelt's relation with the press, Democratic Party matters, the management of New York City government, the national political temper, comments from the electorate on issues, international affairs, Roosevelt's trip to Europe in 1931, Roosevelt's legal and business affairs, the Warm Springs Foundation, Harvard alumni affairs, Roosevelt's community interest in New York City and Hyde Park, and Roosevelt family matters. Correspondents include Josiah Bailey, Howard Cullum, Norman H. Davis, James A. Farley, Caroline O'Day, Frederic A. Delano, Claude G. Bowers, Samuel I. Rosenman, Hall Roosevelt, Elihu Root, Bernard Baruch, John Davis, and Eleanor Roosevelt. Also, minutes of hearings on the "Charges Against Thomas M. Farley, Sheriff of New York County," held ... Read More
Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens
This small group of items includes seven letters by Herbert Hoover to four different addressees: Frederick A. Delano, Bern Dibner, George Zabriskie, and Mr. Hohnhaus (the only letter written while Hoover was President is the one to Delano). There is also a note by Delano regarding the letter he received from President Hoover. Most of the letters are about trivial matters such as Hoover thanking the person for some favor. Also in this small group of items are three signed printed speeches given by Herbert Hoover, including his inaugural address (1929), "This Crisis in American Life" (1948), and "The Inheritance of the Next Generation" (1961)
Harvard University - Frances Loeb Library
Consists of Eliot's papers pertaining to the National Resources Planning Board, and predecessor agencies, the National Planning Board, the National Resources Board, and the National Resources Committee. Includes ten series: Minutes, 1933-1943; Circulars, 1933-1943; Bulletins, 1934-1943; Status of Work Reports, 1936-1943; Orders, 1934-1943; News Releases, 1934-1943; Staff Memoranda, 1937-1939; Speeches, 1932-1936; Newspaper Clippings, 1934-1942; and Miscellaneous Material, 1932-1943. Notable correspondents are Franklin Delano Roosevelt, NRPB members Harold L. Ickes, Frederick A. Delano and Charles E. Merriam. Also includes 199 reports issued by the NRPB
Maine Historical Society
The collection consists of manuscript material, including correspondence and writings as well as collected ephemera, printed matter, photographs and original artwork related to the life of Mildred Giddings Burrage, her sister Madeleine, and the Maine art scene. The collection is organized by decade, preserving the original order of the materials as they arrived at Maine Historical Society. The collection was meticulously organized, by decade, by Mildred Burrage herself. The archivist chose to segregate specific topics (while preserving the original order) as seen in Series 3: Collected Materials. These topics include Colby College, Maine Coast Craftsmen, Lincoln County Cultural and Historical Association, as well as original Christmas cards by Maine artists. The collection also includes personal papers of Madeleine Burrage, Mildred's sister and their mother Ernestine. Correspondents include Margaret Deland and Frederic A. Delano
University of Virginia
The collection consists of a letter from Richard Bland Lee to Edmund Jennings Lee; five letters from Jean Jules Jusserand to Frederic A. Delano; and a pamphlet, "Patronage National des Blesses.".
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Correspondence, writings, speeches, contracts, and other papers pertaining chiefly to Wood's career as an architect and designer in Washington, D.C. Documents his work on the Department of the Interior Building and other projects, involvement in the American Institute of Architects, and affiliation with the Democratic Party. Correspondents include Frederic Adrian Delano, Cass Gilbert, Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue, Harold L. Ickes, Frances Benjamin Johnston, Andrew W. Mellon, John Russell Pope, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Edith Bolling Galt Wilson, Woodrow Wilson, and the firms of Carrè€re & Hastings and McKim, Mead & White


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