Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Papers relating to the Peace Now Movement including literature, partial files of the New York office, files from George W. Hartman, Hutchinson's correspondence, clippings, and letter (1976) to Glen Zeitzer with her recollections; Women's International League for Peace and Freedom related correspondence and writings and speeches by Hutchinson relating to her work as head of both the U.S. and International sections of Women's International League for Peace and Freedom; description of her fast at the Atomic Energy Commission in 1958; material about the World Peoples Conference in Geneva, Switzerland, 1960; papers and related correspondence concerning Society of Friends; articles, pamphlets, and speech notes; autobiographical memoirs including Living Without a Plan, War Record of a Pacifist, and Letters of Friendship; and reference materials on topics including SALT (1971), Save Our Seas Movement (1972), and Vietnam (1969-1972) and general subject files including nonviolent resistance and ... Read More
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Papers chiefly relating to Polner's research on Vietnam veterans for his book No Victory Parades and on the question of amnesty for When Can I Come Home?, including correspondence (1963-1972), mss. of both books, transcripts of taped interviews, questionnaires, research notes, articles by Polner and others, copies of legal briefs, and clippings; audio tapes of oral histories of American Jews who were conscientious objectors or who resisted serving in the military during World War II or the Korean War; and research notes and correspondence about the evacuation of Japanese Americans from the West Coast during World War II and information about the Vietnam war, conscientious objection, and constitutional rights of GIs. Correspondents include Edward I. Koch, Robert Jay Lifton, James Reston, Jr., and Edward F. Sherman, contributors to When Can I Come Home?
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Papers relating to ships commanded by Sweeney during World War II (SS George E. Pickett, SS John Marshall, SS Mobile, liberty ship Edward B. Haines, and SS Minotaur), including loading, sailing, and convoy cruising orders and berthing plans; letters of commendation and appreciation from Dwight D. Eisenhower, U.S. War Shipping Administration, and British naval officers; memorabilia including foreign currency, newspapers, clippings, invitations, and menus; awards and certificates including presentation from town of Chatham; and photos
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, charter and amendments, financial records, company histories, directories, maps, programs of conferences and special events, reminiscences, advertisements, awards, albums, printed materials, newspaper clippings, many photos, and other records, of and relating to the company and its history, affiliated and non-related utilities, stockholders, electric transportation, taxation, steam turbines, the effect of World War I and II, officers and employees, employee organizations, substations, and many other aspects. Includes photos pertaining to company sponsored community projects such as Christmas lighting, fire prevention programs, electrically heated buildings, blood donor drives, East Hartford High School and other schools, railroads, rivers, storms, and various Connecticut towns such as Bloomfield, Middletown, and Sharon. Non-affiliated companies represented include Connecticut River Company, Connecticut Valley Power Exchange, East Hartford Light and Power Company, ... Read More
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Taped interviews, transcripts, and related documents, over 7000 historic and fieldwork photographs, 2500 slides, 400 sound recordings of folksongs, and 150 video tapes. Special collections include folksongs of Maine and the Canadian Maritimes, traditions of the Maine lumberwoods and river drives, Native American legends and beliefs, traditional medicine, women in the depression and World War II, Maine's labor history, vernacular architecture, coastal and maritime occupations, and textile crafts
Stephen F. Austin State University,-- East Texas Research Center
Printed programs, newspaper clippings, and photographs pertaining to the opening of the school, graduations and programs of the classes, and activities and information about the WACs and the closing of the school
Whitinsville Social Library
Correspondence, Whitin and Lasell family diaries, mss., trade publications including the Whitin Review, corporate magazine entitled The Spindle, photographs, negatives, books about the family and company, machinery parts, oil paintings, marble busts, lithographs, etchings, bronze plaque, and other materials -- Other family members represented include John Whitin's son-in-law Josiah Lasell and the latter's son-in-law, George Marston Whitin, both treasurers of the company
Harry S. Truman Library
Correspondence, memoranda, reports, diaries, printed material, autobiographical manuscripts, cables, and other papers primarily documenting Kindleberger's work with the Office of Strategic Services during World War II, the Department of State's Division of German and Austrian Economic Affairs from 1945-1947, the Council of Foreign Ministers, and as an adviser in the Department of State for the European Recovery Program from 1947 to 1948. The collection has a particularly rich combination of official and personal correspondence covering his work with the OSS and Division of German and Austrian Economic Affairs. One item not of Kindleberger's creation but of interest is a diary written by a German prisoner of war
Stephen F. Austin State University, East Texas Research Center
Experiences during World War II, with emphasis on the landing at Normandy, June 6, 1944
San Diego Air and Space Museum, Library and Archives
238 photographs in 3 envelopes

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