Maine Historical Society
E-mail correspondence from Clergue Jones regarding Francis Hector Clergue, and three articles about Francis Hector Clergue (1981, 2003, and 2007)
Idaho State Historical Society,-- Idaho Oral History Center
Topics include: sites used for church services in the past, as well as the building and development of the current structure; past personalities and leaders of the church; personal reminiscences about the role of the church and religion in their lives; and church-related activities and programs
Brick Store Museum
Deeds, estate papers, wills, biographical and genealogical materials, correspondence, notes, newspaper clippings, photographs, and other papers, chiefly of/and or relating to the Bradbury family, but also including material relating to the families of Hovey, Walker, Harrison, Gemberling, and Palmer. Of special interest is copy of letter from John Perkins to Captain Fairfield (1813) and three photographs of a Liverpool, England pitcher with the image on it of Ulysses (ca. 1806), a Kennebunk ship. Also includes deeds and other papers of Charles Bradbury; genealogies of the Bradbury and Palmer families; handwritten biography of the Walker family; biography of John Merrill Bradbury (1877); handwritten histories of Wells and York, Me., and plans of Kennebunkport; and leather wallet (19th century) with Smith Bradbury in gold lettering
Idaho State Historical Society,-- Idaho Oral History Center
Topics include: sites used for church services in the past, as well as the building and development of the current structure; past personalities and leaders of the church; personal reminiscences about the role of the church and religion in their lives; and church-related activities and programs
Historical Museum of Southern Florida
Correspondence, legal and financial documents, biographical materials, wills, and other items, of or relating to Julia (Sturtevant) Tuttle (1849-1898), a landowner, property in Dade County, Florida East Coast Railway, and daily events. Includes typescript of Zachary Ball's biographical novel, For Julia. Correspondents include, J.E. Ingraham and Henry Flagler
Montana Historical Society,-- Library and Archives Dept
Topics include her youth in Anaconda; her parents' backgrounds; her family life; her education at the University of Wisconsin; her experiences in journalism; her employment as a schoolteacher; community work; the Federation of Women's Clubs; religion; the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA); her travels in pre-World War I Africa; marriage; child-rearing; the 1930s Depression; the Republican Party; the National Organization for Women (NOW); the American Association of University Women (AAUW); personal perceptions of women and men; and discrimination against women in employment situations
Idaho State Historical Society,-- Idaho Oral History Center
Topics include: sites used for church services in the past, as well as the building and development of the current structure; past personalities and leaders of the church; personal reminiscences about the role of the church and religion in their lives; and church-related activities and programs
Howard University,-- Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
Personal papers, including biographical sketches, material (1970) from Dawson's retirement and funeral, and campaign material, including pro- and anti-Dawson campaign flyers and "Mississippians for Eisenhower," a paid political advertisement for the Eisenhower-Nixon ticket that includes excerpts from Truman's pro-civil rights Harlem speech; correspondence, including a series relating to establishment of a George Washington Carver stamp; four speeches (ca. 1945-1960) by Dawson delivered before Congress; writings about Dawson, including newspaper and magazine articles and radio transcripts highlighting his career, including a radio script (1946), "Democracy U.S.A. (Congressman William L. Dawson)," dramatizing his first speech before Congress -- Also includes legislative material, including civil rights bills, resolutions, motions, and reports supported by Dawson; correspondence from constituents and colleagues relating to Dawson and his colleagues' opinions of various bills and his ... Read More
Montana State University--Bozeman Libraries,-- Merrill G. Burlingame Special Collections
Primarily research files, the Burlingame papers reflect his lifelong interests in the history of Montana and the American West. The files have been arranged in fourteen series based on subject or format. Subjects particularly heavily represented are: the history of Bozeman and Gallatin County, Mont., and associated individuals; the history of Montana State University and associated individuals; the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ); Capt. Gustavus C. Doane, 2nd U.S. Cavalry; and Montana Native Americans. Series based on format are clippings, photographs, microfilm, maps, and audiotape, all of which contain material represented in the subject series. There is also a small group of personal papers containing familial correspondence and genealogical information on the Burlingame family. Original documents created or collected by the William W. Alderson family, Gustavus C. Doane, and Harriette Cushman are also part of the Burlingame papers