University of Guelph
This folder contains articles, reports, tables and handwritten notes of Longmont, Colo., resident Asa D. Holt, pertaining to the feeding of livestock
Maine Historical Society
Manuscript booklet about the Stroudwater school, compiled by Leonard Bond Chapman. Includes handwritten notes, photographs, pasted in mss. documents (including a list of names of persons who paid a school tax in District 1 in 1844)
Arkansas History Commission
Includes minutes, accounting records, presentation notes, and press releases concerning the demilitarization of the Pine Bluff Arsenal in Jefferson County, Ark
University of North Dakota - Elwyn B. Robinson Department of Special Collections
Series X is divided into seven sub-series, and contains materials from local organizations in which Dagne Olsen was involved. Series XI is divided into nine sub-series and contains materials from the statewide organizations in which Dagne Olsen was involved
University of North Dakota - Elwyn B. Robinson Department of Special Collections
Olsen was a very active member of the Association of Retarded Citizens, Valley Chapter for well over twenty years. This series is divided into thirteen sub-series
University of California, Berkeley
Contains notes, outlines, and manuscripts relating to Essig's research on the history of entomology. Includes detailed diaries from his travels throughout the U.S., Europe, and North America during 1936-1937 and 1939-1943, as well as scrapbooks of picture postcards and other memorabilia from his travels in England, Belgium, and Holland in 1936-1937. Also includes a guest book, 1925-1948, and some correspondence, primarily a volume of letters of tribute sent to Essig on the occasion of his retirement, with a few replies sent by him
University of California, Berkeley
Research materials and drafts of biographies on hearing-impaired California artists Douglas Tilden (sculptor), Theophilus Hope D'Estrella (photographer), and Granville Redmond (painter). Research materials include correspondence, research notes, reprints of articles, copies of exhibition and auction catalogs, slides, clippings, and index card files
Seattle Municipal Archives
Correspondence, memoranda, reports, and notes relating to issues before the City Council during Nicastro's four-year tenure on the Council and reflecting her interests and activities while on the Council. Topics include civil rights, economic development, education, city finance and budget, low-income housing and housing discrimination, land use, urban development, interdepartmental affairs, monorails, neighborhoods, parks and recreation, public safety, health and social services, technology, transportation, public utilities, exotic animals, the Seattle Aquarium, the Admiral Parking Garage, lighting of playgrounds, the Colacurcio family, and zoning. Of particular interest are records concerning renter's rights and rental controls, and the 1999 World Trade Organization meeting and demonstrations
New Jersey Historical Society
Correspondence, diary (1946), notes, newspaper clippings, and photos, relating to Atkinson's career in electric power research, particularly with Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company and General Cable Corporation, and to U.S. atomic bomb tests and technical aid to India -- Organizations represented include the Child Service Association, Children's Aid Society, Home for the Friendless, and Protestant Foster Home Society, all of Newark, N.J., as well as the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children for Essex County. Also includes papers of Henry Wright Fisher
University of Virginia
Note regarding a "booklet printed by librarians for librarians," initialed, not dated on Louis Untermeyer's stationary, presumably in his hand, found in Demcourier IX, Autumn 1939