New York State Archives
This series consists of ca. 4,500 photographs (black-and-white and color), ca. 9,000 negatives, ca. 1,900 slides, and ca. 275 lantern slides maintained at Willard Psychiatric Center. The images span the institution's evolution from the Willard Asylum, to the Willard State Hospital, to the Willard Psychiatric Center, and provide extensive visual documentation of almost every aspect of staff and patient daily activities, as well as special occasions
Wisconsin Veterans Museum Research Center
Papers and photographs of Lester E. Helland, a Mondovi, Wisconsin veteran who served with the 442nd Signal Battalion during World War II. Originally from Thompson, Iowa, Helland enlisted with the Army during the early part of 1942 and was discharged in 1944 after contracting malaria while serving in New Guinea. Helland's service is documented through military records, a personal diary, letters and greeting cards, newspaper clippings, and memorabilia. Included in his military records are documents relating that he was an expert submachine gunner and carbine marksman, itineraries for items he was issued, and a visual diagram instructing soldiers on proper arrangement for bunk inspections. These records also include a permit for Helland to use a camera on base in Puerto Rico, which lists restrictions on sensitive material that cannot be photographed around the base. Postwar materials detail his disabled veteran status, as a result of his contraction of malaria, and also include a written ... Read More
Wisconsin Veterans Museum Research Center
Papers and photographs relating to the World War II service of James H. Bartelt, a Marathon, Wisconsin native who served with the 13th Provisional Radio Intelligence Company and the 126th Signal Service Company in the Pacific Theater. Papers include letters that he wrote home to his parents beginning with his basic training in California and continuing through his service in Korea and Japan following the end of the war. The majority of the letters were written during basic training in 1944 and describe the monotony of the days and his duties, which ranged from classes in code to packing weapons crates and sanding cabinets. Several letters written from the Pacific mention the taking of Okinawa, the death of President Roosevelt, and impressions of Japanese civilians. Other items are largely ephemeral, including Japanese postcards, a Japanese and a Korean Christmas card, and two letters regarding Bartelt's positive impression of former Wisconsin governor and fellow veteran Gaylord ... Read More
University of Oregon
The Borthwick family papers includes diaries, letters, and business papers of Alexander E. Borthwick (1845-1917), a Civil War veteran, railroad engineer and government servant who came to Portland in 1869. His diaries and letters cover all the activities of his life. In addition there are forty volumes of miscellaneous ledgers, cash books, journals, and copybooks relating to his various enterprises. Also included are the letters (1902-1948) of his son, William L. Borthwick (born 1881), an engineer and Klansman. William Borthwick was married to Ruth Millard, stepdaughter of Alban G. Saunders of Redlands, California, and the letters and diaries of the Saunders family (1887-1920) are included in the collection. The Borthwick photographs consist of a dozen family portraits and two albums: a portrait collection dated 1874 (tintypes and albums) and a snapshot album of Western mines c. 1910
University of Oregon
The collection comprises papers of American orthopedic surgeon George Van Gorder (1888-1969) and contains bound volumes that include case records, diagnoses, treatment reports, and photographs or copies of x-rays, 1925-1928. Also included is one folder of biographical material
State Library of Queensland
A digitised photograph album containing portraits of the Cooper, Crombie and Archer familes mounted over illustrations of London; a digitised manuscript recording the purchases and housekeeping of Caroline May Roberts, and a digitised recipe book of (Caroline) Amy Georgiana Roberts
Library of Virginia
The WRVA Radio Collection spans seventy-five years and contains applause letters, minutes, anniversary booklets, program scripts, program guides, newsletters, histories, interviews, employee questionnaires, sales manuals, audience and sales promotions, rate cards, listener surveys, posters, newspaper clippings, FCC applications and reports, drawings, photographs, and sound recordings. This material documents the history of WRVA, the role the station played in Virginia and Richmond for over half-a-century, and the development of radio in Virginia and the United States. The collection is also rich in material on the Larus & Brother Company, including histories, anniversary booklets, photographs of officials, employees, and factories, and promotions
University of South Carolina
Photograph album created by J. Heyward Gibbes of Columbia, S.C. for his friend Harold Reynolds of Maryland. Includes photographs of wife Teadler, daughters Susan and Eugenia Sally Heyward, dog Comet, homes in Columbia, Ridgewood Country Club, doctor's office, Eastway Rest Home, Baptist Hospital, new nurses home under construction for Columbia Hospital, and home of Dr. M.G. Salley, Orangeburg, S.C.
University of South Carolina
Diaries, plats, scrapbooks, photographs, daguerreotypes, and tintypes documenting the settlement of the Knotts family in the Woodford section of Orangeburg District, S.C., during the 19th century and their subsequent travels, education, real estate holdings, and other interests during the 20th century; collection chiefly relates to the families of Herschel Knotts Scott and her husband, Methodist minister Paul C. Scott
University of South Carolina
Photographs of Fishburne and Solomons families of South Carolina, mostly unidentified. The photograph album of Mrs. Pinckney Fishburne contains small tintypes and cartes-de-visite. The index has several names, but many no longer match the photographs on those pages. The loose photographs are unidentified with the exception of a circa 1920 photograph of siblings Irving and Sarah Fishburne and Charles J. Solomons in his World War I uniform


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