Chicago History Museum
Correspondence, notes, general orders, check stubs, and other papers, including much Civil War material. Topics include the surrenders of Fort Donelson and Vicksburg, disloyalty of some newspapers, Grant's recommendations for promotion of officers, and his refusal of a cabinet post in 1864; 90 items on the presidential election returns in 1868; 60 items on preparations for a reception for Grant in Chicago in 1879; drafts of 2 messages to the Senate; and a few notes Grant wrote after he lost his voice during his last illness. Correspondents include Mason Brayman, Henry Wager Halleck, Joseph Russell Jones, Ellen Grant Sartoris (30 items), and William T. Sherman
New-York Historical Society
The New York City 100 Records documents the activities of the nonprofit institution "The New York City 100." A public-private collaboration, the organization was created to focus on a year of New York history and to coordinate the centennial celebration of Greater New York's consolidation. Records describe organizational structure and participants; background and planning; fundraising; events and programs; partnerships; educational outreach; public relations and advertising; accounting and finance; spin off products and licensing; and press coverage
New-York Historical Society
These account books, with bulk dates of 1909-1912, reflect Guidone & Galardi's supervision of such building projects as the 22nd Regiment Armory, the Museum of Natural History, a Comfort Station in Central Park at 79th Street, P.S. 132, the Deer House in Bronx Park, as well as Mr. Galardi's residence at 121 West 188th Street. Ledger titles include workers in limestone, workers in terra cotta, excavation companies, carpenters, masons, and structural steel companies
Columbia University
Correspondence, manuscript, and printed materials of Kees. There are fourteen letters from Kees to Herbert Cahoon, twelve letters from James T. Farrell to Kees, the manuscript of Kees' THE LAST MAN, and announcements and clippings by and about Kees
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Merchant and mining speculators, of Saint Elmo, Colorado
Maine Historical Society
Checks and theater ticket stubs -- Includes one check signed by Edwin Booth
University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
Contains records documenting every aspect of David O. Selznick's Hollywood studio operations including script development, production, publicity, finances, and distribution. The records follow film's pioneer days in New York through the heyday of the studio system in Hollywood, to the rise of television. Besides Selznick's independent productions such as A Star is Born (1937), Gone with the Wind (1939), and Rebecca (1940), the archive documents his association with three major studios, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Paramount, and RKO
Library of Virginia
Cancelled checks issued by the treasurer for payment of Confederate pensions, salaries, and unemployment compensation
Library of Virginia
Check, dated 10 September 1861, in the amount of $26.15, drawn on the Farmers Bank of Virginia in Fredericksburg. Also included is a photocopy of a newspaper clipping describinig the check and how it was found
California Historical Society - North Baker Research Library
A duplicate copy of a receipt (1872) for money received by T.B. Sharp, Superintendent, for labor performed; and two checks (1876 and 1898) issued by Savage Mining Company to individuals