University of Notre Dame - Hesburgh Library
Scope and Content Personal correspondence (1917-1923); correspondence of the Hurley Machine Company; French correspondence from the Office of the American Commercial Attaché and correspondence concerning the Labor Adjustment Board, the United States Shipping Board, the Peace Conference of 1919, and Housing at Hog Island; manuscripts of The Bridge to France and related papers including some early correspondence (1910-1917) of John Harlan and Woodrow Wilson; photocopies of letters from Woodrow Wilson, Calvin Coolidge, Herbert Hoover, and Franklin D. Roosevelt, and of a manuscript draft of Hurley's autobiography; material concerning American shipping in World War I, Italian War Debts, the World's Fair and Chicago Centennial (1933); diaries, photographs, books, and clippings.
University of California, Santa Barbara - Davidson Library
American and European architectural images totaling four thousand one hundred and eighty-three images (4,183) two thirds of which are of American architecture and the rest European, with a small number of images from Mexico.
Folger Shakespeare Library
Family and official papers of the Ferrers family of Tamworth Castle dating from the fourteenth to the nineteenth century (mostly mid-sixteenth century to mid-seventeenth century) concerning the family’s political, legal, financial, personal, and manorial affairs mostly in Derbyshire, Essex, Leicestershire, Staffordshire, and Warwickshire.
University of Utah - J. Willard Marriott Library
The Frank E. Moss papers (1931-1992) contain congressional papers of Senator Frank E. Moss, 1959-76, covering the 86th-93rd Congress, and personal files, 1935-76. Besides the congressional files the papers include biographical information, photographs, plaques, certificates, honors, etc. represetative of his eighteen years as U.S. Senator.
University of Chicago - Special Collections Research Center
The collection holds theatrical plays of the late 19th early 20th centuries, film screenplays from the Depression and New Deal periods, as well as television scripts from the 1950s. The majority of the plays were written, copyrighted, or possibly produced by Charles Morton and his agency.
African American Museum and Library at Oakland, Oakland Public Library
The African American Museum & Library at Oakland Photograph Collection consists of 2,326 photographs documenting African Americans in California between 1869-2008. The photograph collection consists of photographs donated to the African American Museum & Library at Oakland, and its predecessor the East Bay Negro Historical Society. The collection is organized into 28 series by subject, and includes photographs of significant African Americans such Martin Luther King Jr., Thurgood Marshall, and Byron Rumford, and documents various aspects of the African American community in Oakland including athletics, business, churches, civil rights, early pioneers, entertainment, military, fraternal and women's organizations.
Smithsonian Institution Archives
Introduction The Charles D. Walcott Collection Papers (Record Unit 7004) were given to the Smithsonian by his wife, Mary Vaux Walcott, with certain more recent additions. The Archives would like to thank Dr. Ellis L. Yochelson, United States Geological Survey, and Frederick J. Collier, Department of Paleobiology, National Museum of Natural History, for their assistance in transferring items from the Walcott family and the Department for inclusion in this collection.
University of Chicago - Special Collections Research Center
The Chaucer Research Project began in 1924 when University of Chicago Professors of English, John Mathews Manly (1865-1940) and Edith Rickert (1871-1938), launched a systematic study of the complete works of Geoffrey Chaucer. Their goal was to produce an authoritative text of Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales by painstakingly collecting, photographing, collating, and studying all existing Chaucer manuscripts. The project grew to encompass the compilation of sources of information on Chaucer's life and on the times in which he lived. This work, which began in 1927, continued for one decade under the direction of Manly and Rickert, was continued by Lilian J. Redstone until 1941, was interrupted by World War II, and resumed by professors Martin M. Crow and Clair C. Olson in 1947. Crow and Olson published the final edition of the Chaucer Life-Records in 1966. The Chaucer Research Project records date from 1886 to 1965, with the bulk of the materials dating from 1925 to 1954. The collection ... Read More
Harvard University - Schlesinger Library
Correspondence, writings, photographs, etc., of Pauli Murray, lawyer, activist, and first African-American woman ordained as an Episcopal priest.
Emory University - Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Collection
Orders and decisions of the Foreign Claims Settlement Commission arising from claims by United States nationals against the Government of the Islamic Republic of Iran.


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