University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire - Special Collections and Archives
Personnel files of faculty and academic staff who have retired or otherwise have left the employ of the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. Files include biographical information, correspondence regarding tenure and promotion, and documentation of educational and scholarly activities
University of Georgia - Special Collections Libraries
The collection consists of correspondence, biographical information, photographs and cased images, printed material, dance cards, scrapbooks and albums. Most of the correspondence is from Frank Foley to Eunice Gordy while she was a student at Wesleyan College in Macon, Georgia. There are also many letters to her from her friends. There is some correspondence between Foley and Roger Dancz in 1958 and 1965 concerning the University of Georgia Redcoat Band
University of Georgia - Special Collections Libraries
The collection consists of miscellaneous papers relating to Lorena Pace Pruitt, the first woman mayor in Georgia. Mrs. Pruitt was an alumnus of the State Normal School, served on the Smyrna city council in 1944, and was mayor from 1945 until 1948. The papers include a Normal School Bulletin for 1914-1915, 11 photographs and various clippings
University of Georgia - Special Collections Libraries
The collection consists of clippings, pictures and manuscripts given to the Library by Miss Peterson when she retired from the University of Georgia faculty. Most of the clippings are biographical in nature, many about Georgia authors. Some of the names included are Sidney Lanier, Frank Stanton, and Eugene Talmadge
University of Georgia - Special Collections Libraries
The collection consists of miscellaneous papers of Eugene Muse Mitchell, graduate of the University of Georgia Law School in 1885, and father of Stephens Mitchell and Margaret Mitchell (Marsh), author of Gone with the wind. The papers include: letter, receipt, promissory note, autograph album, pictures, report cards for E.M. Mitchell from Means High School (Feb. 1881-May 19, 1882), reports from the University of Georgia (1882-1885), newspaper clippings related to the Mitchell family, two pages of a debate "Whether the Crusades were Beneficial to Europe," (note: this was the topic debated on May 27, 1881, by the Phi Kappa Society at the University of Georgia). There are also three samples of cotton from the Atlanta Cotton Exposition of 1881. These samples are labeled as to origin and each is wrapped in a broadside listing the candidates for Alderman and councilmen in the five wards (of Atlanta?), no date
University of Georgia - Special Collections Libraries
The collection consists of 18 letters from Miss Julia King of Colonel's Island, to Dr. and Mrs. Victor Bassett of Savannah, and Mrs. Margaret Davis Cate dealing with the King family and property. The letters also contain some interesting biographical, historical, and genealogical information on Georgia families
University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth - Claire T. Carney Library
The collection consists of press releases, newspaper articles, and scripts of television reports dealing with issues pertinent to the University. The third series consists of biographical and subject files kept by the director of the Office, who left the University in 2002
Arizona Historical Society - Library and Archives
Over 3,200 biographical files compiled from various sources that are filed alphabetically by the last name of the individual or family group. Maiden family surnames of women are noted in parenthesis when known and are useful in connecting family groups. Also listed in parenthesis are nicknames, tribal affiliation, and towns and geographical locations other than the City of Yuma, if the person or family was particularly identified with a particular location. Artistic and creative occupations are also noted, such as writer, musician, dancer, photographer and artist. The scope of the collection is regional. In addition to Yuma County, the biographical files cover what is now La Paz County; western Maricopa County; eastern Imperial County, California, especially the Fort Yuma Quechan Reservation and Winterhaven located across the Colorado River from Yuma; Bard and the Picacho Mining District in California northwest of Yuma. The Biography Collection consists of a wide range of materials. ... Read More
Arizona Historical Society - Library and Archives
Summary: Two ledgers of meeting minutes, 1900-1905, and State Bar register, 1941-1943, and biographical files for each member of the Arizona State Bar including a biographical form or curriculum vitae for each person and sometimes news articles or correspondence relating to the member. People represented include Bruce Babbitt, Raul Castro, Paul Cella, Hayzel Daniels, Dennis DeConcini, Dino DeConcini, Evo DeConcini, Stanley Feldman, Fred Fickett, Samuel P. Goddard, Jr., Harry Gin, John Selmes Greenway, Virginia Hash, Norman Hull, Don Hummel, Byron Ivancovich, Lorna Lockwood, James McNulty, James M. Murphy, Sandra Day O'Connor, Sidney Moeur, William Rehnquist, Mary Anne Richey, Thomas Riordan, Carlos Robles, Cabot Sedgwick, Alice Truman, Morris K. Udall, Stewart Udall, James Walsh, and Henry Zipf
National Museum of Women in the Arts
Biographical material, clippings, slides, photographs of artwork, photographs of artist, artwork information


Fewer matches Find records where your search terms are within 4 words of each other
Exact matches Find records that match "genre_sort:Biography files" exactly.
More matches Find records that include "genre_sort:Biography" or "files".