Newark Public Library
Immigration: Certificate of Naturalization (Alois Czvornyek, 1942); Indians: "The Indians of Bergen County" by Frances A. Westervelt; Interstate Transportation: "The Port of New York Authority Dedication of Lincoln Tunnel" (invitations, Dec. 21, 1937), Dedication of the George Washington Bridge (Oct. 24, 1931, program), The Holland Tunnel: Toll Rates, Traffic Regulations, Description of Tunnel (brochure, 1927), Port Preparedness Dedication Luncheon (invitation, Apr. 30, 1941), The Ceremony of Breaking Ground for the Vehicular Tunnel between the States of New York and New Jersey (Oct. 12, 1920); Inventors: Thomas Edison ("A Thomas Edison Centennial Packet," New Jersey Historical Commission, "Voices of History," A souvenir disc of early Edison recordings, released on the 110th Anniversary of the birth of Thomas A. Edison, February 11th 1847-1957, and material relating to Centennial of Light 1879-1979,), Hannibal Goodwin ("The Preacher Who Beat Eastman Kodak" by Barbara Moran, in ... Read More
New Jersey Historical Society
The scrapbook was made by Charles H. Madison in dedication of the Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church. It was given to the church in 1910. The book is filled with newspaper clippings, invitations, Sunday School Programs, pictures, minutes from the Board of Trustees meetings, tickets to social events, manual books, correspondence, reports on collections, and song sheets
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
The Society Print collection provides a rich visual catalog of various local, regional, national, and international areas, locales, institutions, and scenes. Despite the vast range of subjects under which the collection is arranged, the majority of the collection is centered on Philadelphia and Pennsylvania. The images date from the early 1800s to the mid twentieth century. Items in the collection primarily include reproductions of prints, drawings, lithographs, etchings, woodcuts, and photographs, many of which have been clipped from newspapers, magazines, and calendars. There are also postcards, greeting cards, and invitations. Additionally, the collection includes scattered original artworks such as watercolors and drawings, as well as original photographs
Rutgers University Libraries
Retained copies of typed annual reports, 1918-1921, 1923, 1925 and 1928-1946, submitted by Haver to the New Jersey Commissioner of Education or to the Assistant Commissioner of Education which detail her work in Hunterdon County as a "Helping Teacher." The reports are accompanied by other writings, 1909-1952 and undated, by Haver, most of which pertain to her educational activities, and by a 1950 invitation to her retirement reception
Newberry Library
This is a growing collection of printed ephemera issued from approximately the late 18th century onward (bulk 20th century), mostly concerned with printing, publishing, graphic design, and related book arts -- The collection includes advertising materials, artists' books, book jackets, booklets, bookmarks, brochures, business cards, business reply cards, catalogs, envelopes, flyers, greetings cards, journal issues, keepsakes, letterheads, order forms, posters, prospectuses, proofs, and other materials issued by publishers, printers, government entities, advertising agencies, freelance artists, book sellers, libraries, universities, associations, clubs, and other organizations and companies. The term "keepsakes" encompasses a variety of items, often fine-press, created as mementos or souvenirs and can be produced in different forms such as posters, broadsides, booklets, prints, greetings cards, and bookmarks. Type specimens and paper specimens have been excluded from this collection ... Read More
University of Washington
The Mrs. G.T.T. Patterson scrapbook contains items, dated between the years of 1871-1894, many of which are addressed to Mrs. Patterson. Ephemera items include wedding announcements and invitations from around the United States (from Vermont to New Mexico, Washington D.C. to Washington Territory), invitations to dinners, parties, and other social engagements, calling cards, dance cards, and assorted newspaper clippings. The newspaper articles do not center upon any topic and instead seem to be simply articles that caught the fancy of Mrs. Patterson. Three of these articles do feature her husband, Captain George T.T. Patterson. There are annotations in pencil on some of the items, often noting the date of the event or who took part in it. The items in the scrapbook do not appear to be arranged in any sort of order. There are several playbills from amateur theatricals in Vancouver, Washington in which one or the other Patterson participated. Also of interest is a program and playbill ... Read More
University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
This series contains selected files created outside of the Editorial Department, which dominates the rest of the collection. The series contains only two boxes of materials from the Sales and College Departments, with the great majority of the files originating from the Publicity Department
University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
This series contains Blanche W. Knopf's correspondence files, which illuminate the perspective of a founding member and key administrator of the Knopf firm, and an important American woman in publishing. Although relatively small, the series highlights the most important authors of the Knopf collection, and also covers routine publishing business such as copyediting, payment of royalties and advances, syndication and reprint rights, productions costs, and sales figures
University of Chicago - Special Collections Research Center
Contains 11 letters to Field. Correspondents include Thomas Mosher and Edward Bok. Also includes an invitation, a poem, and a 1901 brochure entitled "Field Family History.".
University of Chicago - Special Collections Research Center
Invitation sent by Mr. and Mrs. Burlingame, on behalf of the associated Ministers of the Chinese Legation Chih-Kang and Sun-Chia-Ku, to an unknown person