Virginia Union University,-- University Library
Materials include issues of Virginia Union University Bulletin, bound and unbound (1930-1980) and microfilm (1941-1980); college catalogs (1899-1906, 1910-1930); Virginia Union University Reports (1987-1990); Virginia Union University Today (1983-1991); Unionite (1992-1994); University Journal (1901-1912) published jointly by Virginia Union University and Hartshorn Memorial College, title later changed to Union-Hartshorn Journal; alumni directories (1987, 1991); Virginia Union University Women Graduates (1976), compiled and published by the International Congress of Virginia Union University Graduates, contains short biographies; and misc. publications
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, minutes, brochures, periodicals, directories, auditors' reports, dues, general and stock ledgers, voucher books, subject files, photos, stock certificates, and other records, of the club and of its predecessor. Includes records of other persons and organizations, including Irwin F. Poche, Amateur Athletic Union of the United States, Louisiana State Boxing Commission, New Orleans Mid-Winter Sports Association, New Orleans Preparatory School Athletic Association, Playground Community Service Commission of New Orleans, and Board of Supervisors of Elections, State of Louisiana
Green Sea Baptist Church
Operating records of the Green Sea Baptist Church including annual reports chronicling the church's history and membership (1807-present), church cemetery records, burial plot information, business meeting minutes (1911-1934, 1950-present), membership rolls and directories (1909-present), letters of acceptance and dismissal (1926-1937, 1967-1975), bulletins (1946-present), newsletters (1975-presen), and related records of church activities; together with photographs and albums
Hightstown-East Windsor Historical Society
Various maps (some oversize) of Hightstown, East Windsor Township, Mercer County, N.J., the state of New Jersey, and Philadelphia, Pa -- Includes Map of Philadelphia, Trenton, and Vicinity (1860) with photographs of Hightstown inset and a business directory; pages taken from various atlases; street and zoning maps; hand-drawn map of the downtown area showing locations of businesses (ca. 1920-1950); bird's eye view of Hightstown (1895); shoppers guide and map, with inset photos (ca. 1956); map of the campus of Peddie School (1957); map (1875) of Mercer County, by Everts & Stewart; New Jersey road map (1903); and maps and guide (ca. 1975) reflecting New Jersey during the American Revolution
Sheldon Museum Research Center
Diaries, ledgers, cash account books, directories, and other papers, relating to Earl's activities as hardware salesman (1853-1868), his travels throughout Vermont and upper New York State, weather, expenses incurred, as partner (1868) with H. Welch in a Middlebury hardware store, and later (1879-1884) with George F. Barnum in another hardware partnership, Earl and Barnum. Includes business directories recording merchants' names, addresses, and lines of business in Massachusetts (1873), New Hampshire (1873), and New York State (1874-1875); pocket cashbooks of his son, Charles W. Earl; and personal accounts of the death of Abraham Lincoln and assassination of James A. Garfield. Persons and places represented include Earl's friend, Henry L. Sheldon; and Hardwick and Morrisville, Vt
Wyoming State Archives
Wyoming records of this organization consisting of correspondence, minutes, quartermaster's reports, printed materials, listing of World War I veterans of Wyoming and active and deceased members, a directory of national members, and financial records
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, minutes, constitutions, bylaws, financial records, membership lists, bulletins, congregation directories, legal documents, mortgage bonds, insurance policies, pledge cards, cemetery records, brochures, programs, and newspaper clippings, relating to the administration of the congregation, the merger of the two groups, building program for the new synagogue, reform movement in Judaism, and social and political issues, including civil rights and fair housing. Includes correspondence, minutes, financial statements, and other records of Ridge Road Cemetery Association
University of North Dakota - Elwyn B. Robinson Department of Special Collections
The Elwyn F. Chandler Papers are divided into nine series as follows: Series I: Personal Material: The first series contains notes, mementos and clippings relating to Chandler's personal life. Included are papers he received from Ripon College, notes of auto trips, estate papers, notes from Mrs. Anna Chandler, Christmas cards and postcards, and autobiographical materials, including a personal account of his Spastic Paraplegia. Series II: Collected Material: The second series concerns Chandler's work as a civil engineer. It includes notes and material on testimony before the U.S. Supreme Court in the North Dakota vs. Minnesota watershed case of Bois de Sioux, miscellaneous newspaper clippings and collected pamphlets from the United States, the State of North Dakota and UND dating 1914-1917. Series III: Personal Research: Personal research composes the third series of material. Dating from 1904 to 1946, it includes notes, speech manuscripts, materials published in books and journals, ... Read More
University of North Dakota - Elwyn B. Robinson Department of Special Collections
Correspondence is arranged chronologically and consists of both in-coming and out-going letters. Subjects are arranged alphabetically and include events, projects, topics, organizations, and associations with which Jane Sinner was involved as First Lady. After locating desired materials within the Subject Series, researchers are encouraged to examine related time frames within the Correspondence Series for associated documents. Also available are appointment books for Jane Sinner and the Governor, and Guest Books for the Governor's Residence from January 1985-December 1992
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, course materials, mailing lists, handbooks and directories, proposed issues of Library Trends (1973-1977), and other papers, relating to curriculum and internal affairs of University of Illinois Library School (later name: Graduate School of Library Science), professional associations, audio-visual collections in University of Illinois Library, Windsor Lecture Committee, Illinois Student Library Association meeting (1969), and other topics