Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Congressional testimony, significant legislation file, speeches, press releases, annual reports, and minutes of meetings
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Official and personal correspondence, memoranda, notes, press releases, invitations, reports, speech files, legal files, trip files, publications, and clippings, relating to Foley's government career including service as counsel for Federal Emergency Administration of Public Works (1933-1937) and general counsel (1939-1942), assistant secretary (1946-1948), and under secretary (1948-1953) of U.S. Dept. of the Treasury; involvement in Democratic Party politics (1936-1976); participation in presidential inaugurals (1945-1961), including his activities as general chairman of the 1961 Inaugural Committee; membership on various governmental and nongovernmental boards, commissions, and committees, including the first and second Commissions on Executive, Legislative, and Judicial Salaries (1968, 1973); and his legal practice
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, appointment books, calling cards, certificates, memoranda, clippings, programs, reports, photographs, phonograph records, scrapbooks of invitations, press releases, and speeches, relating to Hannegan's life and career including his work as a lawyer, commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service, postmaster general of the U.S., and chairman of the Democratic National Committee, and his friendship with President Truman
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, bylaws, minutes, membership lists, press releases, fliers, brochures, proclamations, and other records, relating to the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA), discrimination in employment and education, the national organization, and other similar groups. Includes music and scripts for the dramatic presentation of The Gilded Cage
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, administrative, financial, and personnel records, grant proposals, job descriptions, reports, curriculum guides, press releases, newsletters, newspapers, biographies, ethnic cookbooks, research papers, oral histories, clippings, articles, and other materials, of the interdepartmental project at University of Connecticut, founded 1974 under auspices of U.S. Office of Education, to provide learning and teaching tools to Connecticut secondary schools, in order to increase awareness of ethnic groups and cultural diversity in the state. Includes papers of William D'Antonio, Sociology Dept., Frank Stone, School of Education, Bruce Stave, History Dept., and Fred Grupp, administrative assistant, each responsible for various aspects of the project; research papers of Bessie Bloom Wessel, chiefly relating to ethnicity in New London, Conn.; research materials pertaining to all Connecticut ethnic groups including the Armenians, Irish, Italians, Jews, Puerto Ricans, Poles, and ... Read More
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, advertisements, newsclippings, press releases, and reports, documenting Lustron's efforts to produce and market pre-fabricated housing made of enamel baked steel
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Scrapbooks (2 v.) containing photographs, clippings, letters, press releases, and other documents, relating to the Friendship Food Train of 1947 which traveled from the West coast to the East coast to collect food for starving Europeans, and the Freedom Train which traveled the U.S. from 1947-1949 displaying historical documents relating to U.S. history; together with a scrapbook of photographs concerning a presidential tribute dinner for Harry Truman, given in Los Angeles, Calif., Dec. 6, 1948, and attended by Vice President elect Alben Barkely
University of Washington Libraries
Publications, press releases, reports, telegraphs, clippings, and other papers, relating to Workers Alliance of Washington (1935-1939), Unemployed Citizens League (1932-1933), and Ship Scalers, Dry Dock, and Miscellaneous Boat Yard Workers Union, Local 589
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, syllabi, articles, personnel file, reports, news releases, and photos, relating to Granberg and his activities teaching psychology (1947-1965 and 1978-1984) at Hope College, acting vice president (1965-1966), president (1967-1975), and dean of social sciences (1975-1978) at Northwestern College. Topics include Hope College Psychology Dept., psychology and religion, counseling, and summer pastors institutes. Correspondents include John William Hollenbach
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, minutes, programs, clippings, scrapbooks, photos, posters, sound and video recordings, press releases, and other papers, relating to debating activities

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