University of Washington Libraries
Correspondence, speeches, writings, exhibition catalogs, photos of paintings, oral history interview, subject files, photos, reminiscences, and other papers, relating to the activities of Patterson and his wife, Viola Patterson, as Northwest painters and printmakers
Boston University,-- Dept. of Special Collections
Correspondence, photographs, drawings, printed material, audiotapes, costumes, scrapbooks, memorabilia, mss., and diaries
University of Montana--Missoula,-- William J. Jameson Law Library
The collection contains civil and criminal cases from the U.S. District Court for the District of Montana, including those from the Billings Division, Butte Division, Great Falls Division, Havre-Glasgow Division, Helena Division, and the Missoula Division; together with examples of Judge Jameson's court cases from various circuit courts and the Temporary Emergency Court of Appeals. Speeches and writings by Judge Jameson, articles, personal documents, awards, photographs, and audio tapes are also included in this collection
Boston University,-- Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center
Manuscripts, printed material, correspondence, government documents, photographs, miscellany, audiotapes, and research materials
University of Washington Libraries
Correspondence, speeches, recorded interview (1980), writings, ephemera, and clippings, relating to Buttnick's activities as a volunteer worker for and member of Jewish Archives Committee of Washington State Jewish Historical Society; first president of Avivah Chapter of Mizrachi Women's Organization in Seattle, Wash.; founding member of Seattle Hebrew Academy Day School; and volunteer for Jewish Federation and Council of Greater Seattle. Includes material documenting the history of Jews in Seattle, collected by Buttnick in her role as amateur historian
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Personal and congressional correspondence, memorabilia, election materials, newsclippings, photographs, and audiotapes, reflecting Forand's career in the Rhode Island House of Representatives (1923-1927) and his years as a member of the U.S. House of Representatives (1937-1939, 1941-1960), including his service on the House Ways and Means Committee and sponsorship of Medicare and other legislative programs designed to assist the elderly
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Certificate of incorporation, minutes, correspondence, book orders, maps, copies of legal documents, audio tapes, and draft ms. of the committee's book A History of East Amwell, 1700-1800
University of Washington Libraries
Correspondence, financial records, interviews, photos, and other material. Includes recording of a news conference on arrival of Hungarian refugee children to Seattle (1957), and interview with Holcenberg (1980)
University of Washington Libraries
Correspondence, minutes, reports, financial records, writings, taped interviews and transcripts, and other records from the Washington, D.C., office. Subgroups are formed by papers of the association's following past presidents: Kenneth E. Anderson (1955-1961), William Brownell (1962-1965), Burdette R. Buckingham (1914-1959), Guy Buswell (writings only), Stuart A. Courtis (1920-1939), Robert L. Ebel (1972-1973), Alvin Eurich (1935-1970), N.L. Gage (1950-1967), R.M. Gagné (1977), Gene Glass (1978), Carter V. Good (1977), John I. Goodlad (1964-1969), Fred N. Kerlinger (1975-1977), David Krathwohl (1967-1969), J. Cayce Morrison (1919-1954), Victor Noll (1955-1960), W. James Popham (1977-1978), Michael Scriven (1978-1979), Julian Stanley (1957-1976), Patrick Suppes (1973-1974), Robert L. Thorndike (1967-1975), and Jay Wayne Wrightstone (1978). Other persons represented include Roald F. Campbell, Francis G. Cornell, Richard A. Dershimer, Chester W. Harris, Ernest Horn, David G. Ryans, ... Read More
Chicago History Museum-- Research Center
Correspondence, sermons, speeches, articles, biographical scrapbooks of newspaper clippings and photographs, and other papers of Rabbi Jacob J. Weinstein. Materials relate to his activities as a Reform rabbi in San Francisco, California, and at K.A.M. Temple in the Hyde Park neighborhood of Chicago, and his involvement in a wide variety of religious, social, and political activities on a national and Chicago local level. Topics include social, civic, and political affairs on national and local levels; Jewish life, customs, and history; Israel; race relations, civil rights and civil liberties, equal opportunity employment; the Vietnam War; family, friends, and his congregation. Correspondents include Paul H. Douglas, Arthur J. Goldberg, and Adlai E. Stevenson