Thomas Balch Library
The Loudoun Community College collection consists of collected documents and materials gathered during the lifespan of the college. Administrative files include the college president’s report for the 1953-1954 school year along with a detailed account of activities at the college during that year. A draft of the release announcing the college’s closing, dated July 12, 1956 is included. Materials documenting art exhibits and visiting artists at the college include newspaper clippings, press releases, and exhibit lists of artwork featured. Newspaper clippings have been photocopied for preservation. A photograph of the Loudoun Community College’s classroom building at 101 West Market Street in January 1953 is included in the collection
U.S. Coast Guard Historian's Office
Interview of BMCS Steven Noyes, USCG, including descriptions of his participation in the Hurricane Katrina rescue and relief operations: evacuation from New Orleans to Baton Rouge; return to New Orleans on Tuesday morning; evacuating local residents by using Coast Guard vessels, ferries, tugboats, and a barge; and first-hand accounts of the heroism, aid, and generosity by the local citizens and USCG crews
Catholic Archdiocese of Detroit Archives
Correspondence and research notes, relating to Paré and his research for his book The Catholic Church in Detroit, 1701-1888. Includes information on the history of Michigan, Detroit families such as Beaubien, Campau, and Malcher, early missionary parishes and priests, particularly Rev. Gabriel Richard and Bishop Frederic Baraga, and religious orders, such as Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, Poor Clares, and Jesuits. Correspondents include George B. Catlin, Walter Elliott, George Fuller, Frederick Kenkel, and Sr. M. Rosalita
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Papers chiefly relating to Polner's research on Vietnam veterans for his book No Victory Parades and on the question of amnesty for When Can I Come Home?, including correspondence (1963-1972), mss. of both books, transcripts of taped interviews, questionnaires, research notes, articles by Polner and others, copies of legal briefs, and clippings; audio tapes of oral histories of American Jews who were conscientious objectors or who resisted serving in the military during World War II or the Korean War; and research notes and correspondence about the evacuation of Japanese Americans from the West Coast during World War II and information about the Vietnam war, conscientious objection, and constitutional rights of GIs. Correspondents include Edward I. Koch, Robert Jay Lifton, James Reston, Jr., and Edward F. Sherman, contributors to When Can I Come Home?
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, diaries, deeds, estate papers, business records, certificates, burial records, and other papers, relating to Noble, other family members, and Goodrow and Leary relatives. Includes three letters from Samuel Hampton (d. 1864), a Union soldier serving in Maryland and Washington, D.C., detailing Army life and expressing his appreciation for Noble's assistance during the time of the death of Hampton's child; information concerning fruit cookery and plum puddings; and diary (1919) of Noble's son, Frederick A. Noble (1866-1925), describing his father's death
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Orders from Commodore David Farragut concerning the attack on Forts Jackson and St. Philip in Apr. 1862, leading to the fall of New Orleans, La.; material on naval operations during the siege of Port Hudson, La., including two maps, one hand-drawn, showing the position of Union forces and Confederate defenses; and orders and correspondence detailing Caldwell's service in North Atlantic Blockading Squadron
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Mimeographed weekly bulletins, 1956-1972; and the church newsletter "The Lawndale Leader", 1960-1985
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence from the Ministry of Maine to the Central Ministry at Mount Lebanon, N.Y., letterpress book, and letters written by Sawyer from Canterbury, N.H., Alfred, Me., and the town of New Gloucester (Sabbathday Lake)
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Taped interviews, transcripts, and related documents, over 7000 historic and fieldwork photographs, 2500 slides, 400 sound recordings of folksongs, and 150 video tapes. Special collections include folksongs of Maine and the Canadian Maritimes, traditions of the Maine lumberwoods and river drives, Native American legends and beliefs, traditional medicine, women in the depression and World War II, Maine's labor history, vernacular architecture, coastal and maritime occupations, and textile crafts