The Stanley K. Hathaway papers contain personal and professional correspondence, newspaper clippings, and photographs from his career as Wyoming Republican State Committeeman, governor of Wyoming, and U.S. Secretary of the Interior. Hathaway's papers also contain copies of legal documents and correspondence pertaining to the University of Wyoming Black 14 protest, which occurred during his tenure as governor. There are newspaper clippings, correspondence, and photographs of Stanley Hathaway's campaign involvements and personal life. The collection contains large scrapbooks of photos, newspaper clippings, and memorabilia dating from 1966 to 1994
Montana Historical Society Research Center - Archives and Photograph Archives
This collection consists of five letters (1972) from Montana and Wyoming public officials to Vivian Paladin, editor of Montana, the Magazine of Western History, congratulating her on a special Yellowstone National Park centennial issue of the magazine
Smithsonian Institution - National Museum of American History
George Sidney was a film director during the Golden Age of Hollywood filmmaking (1927-1954). He spent the longest period of his career at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) in the 1930s. He also produced and directed films for Columbia Pictures and Paramount Pictures. He was a president of the Directors Guild of America and an avid photographer. He was the recipient of three awards from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (Oscar). The collection consists of photographs, photographic negatives, personal and business materials, and film. The collection also contains material created by George Sidney's uncle, George Sidney, vaudevillian and motion picture actor.
Syracuse University - Special Collections Research Center and University Archives
Papers of the American pediatrician, author, and peace activist and his wife Mary Morgan. Collection includes extensive correspondence and writings by both Morgan and Spock, Dr. Spock's medical reference files, memorabilia; cartoons, caricatures, articles by and about Spock, clippings, and photographs relating to his political activities (1951- 1998), including material about the National Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy and his campaign for President as the nominee of the People's Party in 1972; legal files including his estate documents and various court cases in which Morgan and Spock were involved. In addition, there are records of the DrSpock.com website and the editions of Baby and Child Care published after Dr. Spock's death (1998).
These papers of Fogg Art Museum associate director Paul J. Sachs document his administration of the museum, his teaching career at Harvard, and related professional activities. The papers consist primarily of correspondence and also include photographs, printed material, clippings, architectural drawings, reports, financial records, letters of introduction, insurance records, maps, funding appeals, minutes, memoranda, exhibition brochures, page proofs and press releases