University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
The Ann Savage Papers contain film stills, posters, photographs, moving images, lobby cards, screenplays, contracts, and personal papers belonging to film and television actress Ann Savage
University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
Chiefly manuscript newsletters addressed to Sir Richard Bulstrode and letters, documents, and manuscripts of writings by various English historical figures, all gathered together by the twentieth-century American book collector Carl H. Pforzheimer. Prominent figures represented include Oliver Cromwell, John Donne, Elizabeth I, John Evelyn, John Locke, Samuel Pepys, Sir Walter Raleigh, and others
The Mariners' Museum Library
Printed material and photographs concerning the United States Navy Construction Battalions in the immediate post-World War II period. Includes postcards, Navy newsletters, and a handwritten account of the Bikini Atoll atomic bomb tests
State University of New York Albany
The New York StateWide Senior Action Council records document the issues faced by senior citizens in New York state over the course of almost three decades. The bulk of the records consist of subject files in the areas of health care, Medicare, and social security issues. In addition to topical material, these records document the fundraising activities of the organization and its various sub-groups. Notably included are publications issued by the organization, including the Sentinel newsletter (1992-1996) and the Senior Action newspaper (1977-1991). The bulk of the material, found in the subject files, is useful for documenting issues about which NYSSAC was active. There is limited material from the first ten years of the organization and relatively little material from the years immediately prior to the accession of this material in 2001. NYSSAC's work with New York state legislators, as well as government and private agencies in advocating for seniors and social justice issues, and ... Read More
State University of New York Albany
This collection documents the work of Bethlehem Work on Waste (BWOW) from its inception in 1989 through 1995. The materials in the collection include correspondence between BWOW and members of town and state government as well as other environmentally concerned groups and individuals. There are also numerous news clippings related to the waste management facility proposals BWOW opposed, as well as articles about the group's activities within the town such as recycling days. BWOW also spoke and wrote about the dangers of incineration and promoted waste reduction, reuse, and recycling. There are notes from BWOW meetings and notes from speaking engagements. There is also material related to the June 18, 1992 election in Bethlehem in which the EAC proposal was defeated and the town voted to ban incinerators. The collection also includes videos
State University of New York Albany
The M. Watt Espy Papers document more than three decades of research from the nationally recognized expert on legal executions in the United States. Beginning as a macabre hobby in 1970, M. Watt Espy, Jr. began chronicling tens of thousands of government-sanctioned capital punishment sentences from the colonial period until the present day. The collection includes Espy's vast documentation of executions in America, including a series of typed index cards listing individuals executed. Espy's method was to collect information by obtaining unpublished county histories, proceedings of state and local courts, magazines, and holdings of historical societies, libraries, museums, and archives. In addition, there is aggregated research data, administrative files, general subject research and notes, professional correspondence, news articles about or citing Espy, statements to the media, copies of his published and unpublished writings, texts of speeches and testimonials before government ... Read More
State University of New York Albany
The Chi Sigma Theta records contain alumni newsletters, constitutions, recordings of publicity events, memorabilia, composite sorority photographs, and scrapbooks, as well as other records that document the founding, maintenance, and disestablishment of Chi Sigma Theta Sorority at University at Albany, SUNY
State University of New York Albany
These records document the history of the Business and Professional Women's Clubs of New York State, Inc. (BPWNYS). The collection of includes the records of the state board meeting, annual legislative conference, annual convention, and publications produced by the Clubs. There are also a few photographs. The records and related materials concerning the annual legislative conferences and the annual state and national conventions are extensive. There are also quite a few issues of the BPWNYS's official magazine The Nike. There are significant gaps in the State Board Meetings, Conventions and Conferences, as well as the Publication series
State University of New York Albany
Included in the Save the Pine Bush, Inc. collection are the records of three organizations concerned with environmental issues; The University of Albany's Protect Your Environment (PYE) student organization (1973-1975), People for the Pine Bush (1973-1975), and Citizen's for the Environment (CPE), based in Schenectady, New York (1974-1979). The records of PYE and People of the Pine Bush are scarce, consisting mostly of academic papers by Lynne Jackson, meeting minutes and notes. CPE records consist of meeting minutes, budgets, papers concerning the CPE recycling program, and environmental newsletters CPE subscribed to. The collection also includes Save the Pine Bush meeting minutes, agendas, grant proposals, fliers, and other materials from the years 1978-1980. The remainder of collection consists of litigation papers, Environmental Impact Statements, correspondence, Save the Pine Bush newsletters and activities announcements, maps, and Freedom of Information Act requested materials ... Read More
State University of New York Albany
The Pi Omega Pi, Beta Eta Chapter Records include the 1942 charter for the organization, though the bulk of records document activities in the chapter from the 1960s through the 1980s. This activity is reflected in administrative documents such as meeting minutes and a treasury book, as well as the social functions of the organization which are documented through banquet and initiation programs and scrapbooks. There also are files about a memorial scholarship established to honor Dr. Edward Cooper at the university. Other records in the collection reflect the society at the national level through the inclusion of such items as a national organizational history, newsletters, constitution and brochures