Oregon State University Libraries - Special Collections and Archives Research Center
The 1906 San Francisco Earthquake Scrapbook is comprised of 30 newspaper clippings and 7 supplemental posters depicting the city of San Francisco and surrounding areas before and after the 1906 earthquake and fire. The scrapbook, titled "Views of San Francisco Disaster, April 18th, 1906"  was assembled by Mrs. T. S. Clark and is comprised of supplemental posters from the San Francisco Examiner and newspaper clippings, which were also likely sourced from the Examiner. The clippings, which were trimmed to include captions, have been pasted into a booklet of teaching certificate blanks. The scrapbook's pre-earthquake images of San Francisco include City Hall, the Call Building, the Palace Hotel, the Post Office, and Union Square. Photographs of the aftermath of the earthquake include images of the Call Building, Palace Hotel, San Francisco Opera House, Mills Building, Fairmont Hotel, Columbia Theater, Flood Building, Examiner Building, Winchester Hotel, City Hall, Emporium Building, ... Read More
James Madison University - Special Collections
Materials include correspondence, paper ephemera, scrapbooks, yearbooks, and memorabilia of Delphine Hurst Parsons from her time as a student at Maury High School in Norfolk, Virginia and at the State Teachers College (STC) at Harrisonburg, with one vinyl record of the Madison College Choir Concert of 1966, and a single photograph from the 1976 reunion of STC students. This collection also contains three yearbooks owned by Nellie Cowan Williams, a close friend and STC classmate of Delphine Parsons, and four yearbooks belonging to Hurst
University of Iowa
The collection consists of newspapers, newsletters, annual reports, and various other types of printed materials issued by the Department of Pediatrics at The University of Iowa Hospital and Clinics, Iowa City Ronald MoDonald House, and Iowa State Services for Crippled Children
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
The Sandra Guzzo collection contains contact prints and negatives of pictures taken for the "Laramie (Wyo.) Boomerang" by Sandra Guzzo between 1974 and 1979. The photographs were to accompany stories in the newspaper. Included are shots of Laramie and surrounding communities like Bosler; social club activities; local artists; school and community events; awards and graduations; and news events such as a train wreck or a fire
History Colorado
University of North Carolina at Greensboro
The collection includes many clippings of Snider's articles, correspondence, research material for his published works, speeches delivered by Snider, awards, pamphlets, notes, interviews, photos, and drawings of editorial cartooons. The collection's contents date from 1859-2009
University of North Carolina at Greensboro
The Mary Ellen West Papers primarily contain printed materials collected by West while serving in WAVES in WWII. This includes a variety of base newsletters, military brochures and booklets, and newspapers from VJ Day. The collection also contains several WAVES uniforms and accessories, in addition to some correspondence, photographs, and personal materials from West's time in the service. For a detailed description of this collection, follow the link to the online finding aid
Athenaeum of Philadelphia
New York illustrated news, 1860 -- Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, 1860, 1889, 1892 -- Leslie's weekly illustrated, 1901 -- The illustrated London news, 1864 -- Harper's weekly, 1877, 1885, 1888-1891, 1901 -- The illustrated American, 1891 -- American machinist, 1880
Newark Public Library
The New Jersey-Miscellaneous collections include pamphlets and printed ephemera, and occasional manuscript items, relating to all regions, cities and towns of New Jersey, arranged alphabetically by general topic. As a rule, items relating to Newark will not be found in these collections; they have been included in Newark-Miscellaneous archival collections, similarly arranged. However, there are scattered references to Newark in a number of documents covering the whole state, or sections of it
Newark Public Library
2 scrapbooks contain photographs related to the City of Newark (N.J.), published between 1890 and 1938 in local newspapers