New Haven Museum & Historical Society Library
Correspondence, minutes (1796-1953) of the proprietors, committee reports, lists of gravesite owners and contributors, deeds, specifications, and maps of the cemetery
Vermont Covered Bridge Society
Photocopies of photographs and postcards (ca. 1960-2008); printouts of articles (2000-2008); and printouts of U.S. Geological Survey maps (1904 and 1946)
Brick Store Museum
Consists of a typescript of Andrew Walker's diary (1862-1891; he lived from 1851-1891); vintage photographs all relating to the Parsons family (including family homes); glass plate negatives of the family; newspaper clippings about the 1947 fire, floods and shipwrecks in Kennebunk; account ledgers of Col. Joseph Parsons (1803-1825) and William Parsons (1823-1850); copies of five pages of the 1872 Sanford atlas; a plan of Cape Arundel (ca. 1900); and a hand-drawn map of the B&M Railroad after a forest fire. There is also an insurance document for the Ship Phebe from 1785
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Collection includes correspondence with national and state agencies, irrigation companies, and irrigation districts; project surveys and reports; and cartographic records. Topics include soil surveys, Carey Act projects, land use, grazing, the timber industry, public domain, U.S. Soil Conservation Service, oil production lands, and arid land surveys
Navarro College
Three Civil War diaries written by Benjamin Tuttle and Jeremiah Quinlan, members of the 1st Illinois Light Artillery, Battery C. -- Diary (81 p.; 8,968 words; 7 May 1864-6 July 1864) relating to General Sherman's advance to Atlanta and includes Quinlan's hand drawn maps depicting various positions of Union and Confederate forces near Resaca, Dallas, and Buzzard Roost Gap, Ga.; diary ("Record" book; 10,107 words) containing first entries written by Tuttle relating to the opening of the Atlanta Campaign, until Tuttle's capture near Goldsboro, N.C., and then Quinlan takes over the writing beginning on 10 Apr. 1865 and ending 1 June 1865, covering the withdrawal of Union forces from the "deep South" to the "review of the regiments" in Washington D.C.; and diary (10,621 words) entitled "Memorandum of Sherman's Campaign from Ringgold to Atlanta commencing May 7th, to July 23rd, 1864", although the entries actually end 1 July 1864 and contain lengthy and descriptive accounts of battle; ... Read More
The Bancroft Library
The goal of the Northern California Jews from Harbin, Manchuria project (1973-1975) was to document the history of the Jews living in Northern California who had emigrated from Harbin, Manchuria. The project was undertaken by Mildred Mogulof and Helen Bonapart, and the Judah L. Magnes Museum's Western Jewish History Center provided assistance to the project -- Collection consists of audiocassettes containing the oral histories of some Northern California Jews who had originally come from Harbin, Manchuria and the transcripts of some of these oral histories; photographs; correspondence; newspaper and magazine clippings; a book relating to the Jews of China (entitled Passage Through China: The Jewish Communities of Harbin, Tientsin and Shanghai, (Tel Aviv: Beth Hatefutsoth, the Nahum Goldmann Museum of the Jewish Diaspora, Summer 1986, curated by Rachel Arbel)); and a map of Eurasia
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Chiefly correspondence between Laird and his wife, Constance Williams Kennon Laird, and their children, while he was serving as military chaplain with U.S. Army 8th Evacuation Hospital during World War II, detailing life in Charlottesville, Va., during the war, descriptions of life and hospital work in Casablanca and Italy, and Laird's duties; together with pocket diaries (1943-1945), lectures, Italian road maps, postcards and photos of Italy, and photos of the hospital, its personnel, and activities
Lawrence History Center
Materials documenting the company's principal activity from 1745-1897: to supply and manage the delivery of waterpower to the major manufacturers along the banks of the canals and rivers in Lawrence, Mass.; together with materials relating to the development of the city of Lawrence, as the directors of Essex Company were responsible for its early planning -- Includes business records consisting of of correspondence files of the cashier and treasurer, tax records and returns, bookkeeeping and payroll records, banking and insurance records, complete sets of annual vouchers, records indicating transactions of water power used, annual reports to shareholders, and records showing stock ownership and transfers; and property records documenting ownership and transfer of large amounts of real estate in Lawrence, including deeds, drawings, and titles
Atlantic County Historical Society
Church registers (1873-1967); together with map of ancient title lines of the church, starting with 19 Mar. 1764
Brick Store Museum
Collection of materials relating to World War II, including photographs and miscellaneous books and papers belonging to Mr. Jones. The photographs are housed in the photographic archives. Includes U.S. Navy War Photographs, Pearl Harbor to Tokyo, compiled by Capt. Edward Steichen, USNR, published by U.S. Camera, New York; Carrier War Task Force 58 and the Pacific Sea Battles, Lt. Oliver Jensen, USNR, Pocket Books, New York; miscellaneous papers including menus for Thanksgiving on the USS Shenandoah (1947 and 1948), papers related to the USS Delta; instructions in case of capture by the enemy; information about the USS Baltimore; map of the South Pacific; brochure of the Juneau, Alaska Chamber of Commerce; copies of newspapers (Union Jack, Gibraltar Chronicle and a copy of The Sun (New York), and two telegrams