University of North Florida - Special Collections
The collection provides historical documentation of tourism activities in northeast Florida in the early to mid-twentieth century. The core of the collection relates to the promotion of tourism and tourist attractions. Representative attractions include the Florida Ostrich Farm, Marineland, and Oriental Gardens
New York Society Library
Contains materials published by various groups and individuals, primarily based in New York City from the colonial period through the 20th century. Bulk of materials document local activity of Loyalists and Patriots during the Revolutionary War. Also contains printed ephemera related to elections, voting, and local New York City politics in the early 19th century. Additional 19th century materials include a small collection of broadsides and handbills published by the Union Executive Committee during and following the Civil War. 20th century materials consist primarily of flyers advocating women's suffrage, and posters advertising events related to book history and bibliography. Notable authors, printers, and groups are traced with added entries
University of California, Berkeley
Bound scrapbook (55 x 41 cm) containing ephemera materials related to the singing career of California soprano opera singer, Teresina Monotti. Contains newspaper clippings, programs, correspondence, visas, photographs, etc. Also includes six printed broadsides for opera performances in Italy where Monotti performed in various operas and roles, and some portions of an Italian language newspaper, L'Italia, published in San Francisco, California. Opera broadsides include three from Teatro Arcimboldi (Milan, Italy), two from Teatro Castello [i.e. Teatro Civico di Cagliari], and one from Teatro San Carlo (Naples, Italy)
University of California, Berkeley
The Michael McClure papers: additions, 1874-2003, present a comprehensive view of McClure's work as a writer, spanning the length of his career. The bulk consists of notebooks and writings, including poems, prose, and plays in manuscript, draft and final form; there is very little correspondence. There are also professional papers, which include posters, flyers and broadsides, many advertising readings by McClure and others, and productions of his plays, including The Beard. There is a small amount of artwork by McClure, family and friends; and materials by and about artists Bruce Conner, and Wallace Berman and George Herms from from William Jahrmarkt and the Batman Gallery, among others. The small amount of personal papers include records and family correspondence. These papers complement The Bancroft Library's other extensive holdings documenting the postwar San Francisco poetry renaissance and its influence on American literature
Harvard University - Harvard University Archives
The collection includes Triennial Catalogues published in the 17th and 18th centuries. The Triennial Catalogues represent the College's earliest attempt to compile a comprehensive record of its graduates for a public audience. The collection includes originals and photostat copies of Triennial Catalogues held in other institutions. Annotated Triennial Catalogues are not included in the collection
Rutgers University Libraries
Papers, consisting chiefly of scripts, music manuscripts, programs, photographs, videotape recordings, stage designer's drawings, posters, reviews and other materials pertaining to over 50 theatrical productions (plays, musicals, television productions and films) and other staged events (primarily concerts). Included are materials relating chiefly to performances in the United States (at La Mama E.T.C., other New York City venues and elsewhere) and in Europe (especially Denmark)
University of Florida - George A. Smathers Libraries
This collection includes programs, photographs, postcards, press releases, broadsides, souvineer programs and calendars, travel brocures, clippings, manuscripts and a Master's thesis relative to individual theatres or theatrical groups and societies either in their home theater or on tour. Most of the works referenced are dramatic, but occasionally music concerts are included
University of Florida - George A. Smathers Libraries
This collection includes American Christmas ephemera of all sorts, brochures, broadsides, scripts, sheet music, programs, clippings, articles, advertisements, Christmas cards, buttons, and some realia. Traditional Christmas items, both secular and religious are covered such as "The Night Before Christmas", "A Christmas Carol", and Handel's "The Messiah.".
University of Florida - George A. Smathers Libraries
Souvenir programs, route books, broadside playbills, photographs, clippings and advertisements from circuses in the United States, plus foreign circuses traveling in the United States. Featured are the Ringling Brother's Barnum & Bailey Circus, Cirque du Soleil, and the Moscow Circus
University of Florida - George A. Smathers Libraries
This collection consists mostly of playbills, heralds, and programs for individual benefits (charity fundraisers to combat specific diseases or social problems), clubs or events (such as building openings or coronations) held in the United States. Also included are a few newspaper clippings