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 Jersey Historical Society
Consists of materials collected by Samuel Chetta that document the activities and his role in the Newark Weequahic branch of the New Jersey Socialist Workers Party during 1975 to 1977, including clippings, flyers, circulars, minutes, notes, a book review, and photographs. Many of the flyers announce various New Jersey Socialist Workers Party events and rallies for such movements as abortion rights and the antinuclear movement; some describe the platforms of New Jersey Socialist Workers Party election candidates
Texas State University, San Marcos
The collection contains song lyrics, screenplays, letters, concert programs, tour iterneraries, posters, articles, clippings, personal effects, promotional items, souvenirs, and and financial records. There are examples of Nelson's talent as a songwriter, material reflecting his success as a concert artist, and memorabilia. The collection contains documentation on how the funds collected through Farm Aid were used and on Nelson's trouble with the IRS. Most of the material was collected by Bill Wittliff, a friend of Willie Nelson's who wrote or co-wrote three of the films in which Willie Nelson starred: Honeysuckle Rose (1980), Barbarosa (1982), and Red Headed Stranger (1986). See also: the Bill Wittliff Archive for photographs of Willie Nelson and for the film archives on Barbarosa and Red Headed Stranger, and the Bud Shrake Papers for materials used in Willie Nelson's autobiography
University of California, Berkeley
Contains campaign flyers, publications, reprints, one campaign button, and calendar of campaign events in San Francisco for June, 1982. Most of the literature concerns worker rights and opposition to nuclear power and the American intervention in El Salvador and contains several images of Mason
University of California, Berkeley
Correspondence, drawings, manuscripts, and ephemera relating to his activities in publishing, writing, and relating to the Grabhorn Press. Some correspondence is from Valenti Angelo and William Everson, and some drawings by Robert and Jane Grabhorn
University of California, Berkeley
Contains correspondence, maps, ephemera etc. of Emma Nelson Baker concerning her role in organizing the 1915 Panama-Pacific Exposition in San Francisco, California. Also includes Baker's personal correspondence
University of California, Berkeley
Ephemera on a wide variety of topics including gun control, the farm workers' struggle, dams and hydraulics, and environmental and social justice causes. The collection contains a wide variety of materials, including maps, reports, correspondence, pamphlets, brochures, mass mailings, local newspapers and news clippings
Pepperdine University - Payson Library
The materials in this collection are items created by and collected from the Pepperdine University Alumni Association between 1958 and 2010, including printed material, memorabilia, alumni directories, and photographs. The Alumni Association is comprised of graduates from Pepperdine University's five schools
Pepperdine University - Payson Library
The collection contains the personal and professional papers of Frank R. and Blanche Seaver, philanthropists who greatly contributed to the evolution and success of Pepperdine University. The materials range from 1882 to 1996 and document Blanche's involvement with Pepperdine; Frank's business, the Hydril Company; Blanche's former career as a composer and musician; and their personal lives
University of California, Berkeley
Collection of posters promoting African American cultural events and political issues, particularly is San Francisco and the Bay Area. Some Black Panther Party posters included, many with examples in two sizes