University of North Dakota - Elwyn B. Robinson Department of Special Collections
Contains official documents from the Registrar's Office
Jewish Museum Milwaukee
B'nai B'rith booklets; newspaper articles; information on B'nai B'rith projects (e.g., conventions and programs); a photograph; and letters. Subjects represented include B'nai B'rith District Grand Lodge No. 6, and the Milwaukee Council of B'nai B'rith Women and the national-level B'nai B'rith
Newark Public Library
The collection contains material relating to ethnic and immigrant communities in Newark. The folder titles and contents are as follows
Ball State University - Bracken Library
This collection includes a booklet that contains information about renting in Madison and Delaware Counties
Ball State University - Bracken Library
This collection includes a fragile copy of the booklet, Muncie of To-day
History Colorado
World War II era battleship
The Bancroft Library
The collection contains an original letter from and a photocopy of a memorial service for Egon Frey, a cousin; and programs, including one for a piano concert given by Hephzibah Menuhin (1928) and two for the Distribution of Annual Awards and an Entertainment by the Children given by the Pacific Hebrew Orphan Asylum and Home Society (February 25, 1934; March 3, 1935). The collection also has materials about Washington Bartlett (1824-1887), a printer from Georgia who arrived in San Francisco in 1849 and became the city's mayor, and, later, the governor of California. These include Frey's research notes about Bartlett and early California history; a copy of the May 1962 issue of Pacific Historical Review, which contains H. Brett Melendy's article, California's Washington Bartletts; and a copy of a Memorial of the Life and Services of Washington Bartlett (Late Governor of California), Adopted by the Society of California Pioneers at a Regular Meeting, Held Monday, May 7, 1888. The ... Read More
University of California, Santa Barbara - Davidson Library
The Dharma Beat links page provides links to many sites associated with the Beat Movement and particular authors:
Georgia Historical Society - Library and Archives
This collection contains Herbert Smith Traub Jr.'s restaurant and Rotary Club records and Franklin Smith Traub's Sojurn in Savannah records. Restaurant records in the collection include artifacts, artwork, awards, clippings, correspondence, menus, photographs, postcards, programs, publicity materials, recipes, and scrapbooks dating from the 1950s-1980s. The bulk of the restaurant records pertain to the Pirates' House, but there are some materials on Our House and Harvest House. Also included is Herbert Traub's "Light-Up Savannah Projects" Rotary scrapbook. There is additional materials including publications collected by Herbert Traub, Jr. many from various World's Fairs, as well as a program from the 1939 film Gone With the Wind, booklets on President Franklin Roosevelt's visit to Savannah, including a ticket to his speech, and the N.S. Savannah, clippings on Savannah the Walking Giant and City of Lights event, as well as various photographs. Materials date from the 1930s-1960s. ... Read More