Manchester Historic Association Library
Records of New Hampshire State Agricultural Society fairs; information concerning trees, flowers, and birds of New Hampshire; general agriculture and grange records; and broadsides of agricultural fairs
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Broadsides (1 box) containing two anthems: Voice of Mother (also included in Holmes's A Collection of Anthems) and Voice of Truth
Library of Congress,-- Manuscript Division
Scripts, theatrical programs, scrapbooks, clippings, handbills, broadsides, and other memorabilia, relating to Withers's career in vaudeville and the theater and various revues in which he appeared
University of South Carolina, South Caroliniana Library
Personal, family, and business correspondence, business papers, broadsides, land papers, legal documents, and other papers. Includes land papers (1808-1855) of Samuel Lander (1833-1904) in Lincoln County, N.C.; papers of Ernest McPherson Lander (1877-1962), relating to his position as secretary-treasurer of Calhoun Mills, Calhoun Falls, S.C., and his activities with the Methodist Church, Calhoun Highway Association, the public schools of Calhoun Falls, S.C., and Lander College; and correspondence of Ernest M. Lander's daughter's in-laws, Benjamin Franklin Jones (1850-1934) and Eva Caroline Hinds Jones (1860-1948), of Georgetown, S.C. Other correspondents include James Francis Byrnes, Fred H. Dominick, Benjamin B. Gossett, James P. Gossett, Butler B. Hare, Burnet B. Maybank, Thomas G. McLeod, John McKee Nickles, John Marvin Rast, Henry Nelson Snyder, Ransome Judson Williams, and John O. Willson. Other places represented include Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, and Tennessee
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Letters to Wetherill in Washington from residents of Lafayette, Ind., regarding activities of Lafayette Union Club in combating disloyalty during the Civil War (1862-1863); Wetherill's journal and receipts of his trip from New York City to Niagara Falls, Montréal, and New England (1844-1845); letters (1817-1818) of advice from Charles Wetherill, Philadelphia, to his brother, William Wetherill, a student at Mount Airy, Pa.; and broadsides and other printed documents of the Union Club (1862-1863)
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Broadside (1804) outlining what constitutes proper behavior of the "citizens in the ranks", in the Massachusetts Militia, with "William Donnison, Adjutant-General" at bottom; together with a District of Maine oath certificate outlining how a prisoner of war to the United States would not act out against the country. Neither document has mss. notations
Maine Historical Society
Printed material, including postcards and broadsides -- Candidates represented include Bill Linnell (State Senate), Daniel Jenkins (State Representative), Sandy Amborn (State Representative), Tina Smith (Portland City Council), and Anna Trevorrow (Portland School Committee)
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Papers reflecting anti-Bolshevik military campaigns in the Kuban River Region, and in Siberia and the Far East, including correspondence (chiefly early 1920s), consisting partly of letters from Viktor Pokrovskiĭ to his brother Boris, the public prosecutor of the Tomsk circuit court; mss. of writings, among them biographical sketches of V. Pokrovskiĭ, especially accounts of his assassination in Bulgaria; information circulars sent out by Ataman Grigoriĭ Semenov, "Commander in Chief of the Far Eastern Armies"; reports written by B. Pokrovskiĭ on events in Europe, particularly Eastern Europe, and the Far East; decrees (prigovory) from Kuban Cossack groups and other documents; photos; and Civil War broadsides and political pamphlets published in Siberia (1919), some of which concern Ataman Semenov, clippings, and other printed matter
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, ledgers, constitution and bylaws, blueprint of the society's tomb, broadsides, clippings, and other material. Includes some items of Sicilian origin
Nassau County Museum Reference Library
Correspondence, mss. of writings, diaries, genealogies, Bibles, bylaws, certificates, almanacs, pamphlets, catalogs, postcards, broadsides, wills, music and art periodicals, maps, sheet music, mortgage and deed indexes, photos, recipes for foods and home remedies, petitions, court transcripts, insurance policies, estate inventory, and other items relating to the Kirby family, Hempstead Harbor, Nassau County, William McKinley's presidential campaign (1896), and real estate. Includes records of Roslyn Republican Club, Roslyn Neighborhood Association, and a Roslyn area fire dept. Persons represented include Elizabeth Coedemann, Mary Ann Ellison, Frederick C. Hicks, Jacob, Isaac, and Sadie Kirby, John F. Seaman, and John Searing