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
Scrapbooks compiled by Bull covering his career as deputy secretary and secretary of agriculture of Pennsylvania, containing correspondence, proclamations, programs, clippings, and memorabilia, concerning publicity activities of the Dept. of Agriculture and the agricultural services of Pennsylvania State University including Little International Livestock Exposition, Pennsylvania Farm Show, 4-H, Grange, and Kiwanis activities, and other farm related events
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, proclamations, speeches, scrapbook, genealogical material, clippings, and photos, chiefly relating to White's activities as governor of North Dakota (1901-1904), his nomination to U.S. Senate (1920), and personal and business affairs; records of Middlewest Trust Company, Valley City, N.D., of which White was president; rosters, orders, memoranda, and camp songs, of 1st Regiment, North Dakota National Guard and documents concerning White's service in the Spanish-American War (1898-1899); and papers of White's son, Edwin Lee White (b. 1898), and Thomas Black
Montana Historical Society,-- Library and Archives Dept
This collection consists of printed proclamations by Gov. S.V. Stewart declaring Silver Bow County "to be in a state of insurrection" and therefore to be under martial law; and of the commanding officer of the National Guard, Dan J. Donohue, listing the measures aimed at restoring law and order
Nevada State Library and Archives
Proclamations are in two formats, the original signed proclamation is kept in file drawers, and a typed copy is bound in large volumes. They both contain the date, the nature of the proclamtion and necessary information and signatures
Portsmouth Athenaeum
Proclamation for a day of humiliation, fasting, and prayer, signed by Josiah Bartlett, president of New Hampshire
New-York Historical Society
Meeting minutes, letter books, general and special orders, military accounts and contracts, messages to the legislature, proceedings of the 1860 Republican National Convention, records of pardon cases, and miscellaneous receipts, legal documents, departmental reports, etc., of Edwin Denison Morgan, documenting his administration and activities as Governor of New York and major general of volunteers in command of the military department of New York during the years 1859-1862 -- Meetings minutes include the minutes of the Board of State Officers, 16 Apr. 1861-27 Dec. 1862, recording the actions and decisions of the military board composed of the governor and six other state officers organized to oversee the formation of a volunteer state militiua and the recruiting and equipping of its forces. Volume is a contemporary engrossed copy of the board minutes which also includes original correspondence pertaining to the administration of the New York Volunteer Militia. Includes name and ... Read More
Columbia University
Posters originating primarily in the United States (with some from Canada and France) publicizing various activities on the home front in World War I: recruitment efforts, Red Cross Drives, the sale of Liberty Bonds, War Savings Stamps, and Thrift Stamps, the YMCA, various austerity measures, and appeals for charitable contributions -- Included in the collections is the well-known recruitment poster, "I want you for the U.S. Army.".
History Colorado
Contains correspondence and personal papers; scrapbooks; clippings; and photographs; records of the Society of Colorado Pioneers; materials related to the Territorial Daughters of Colorado, Native Daughters of Colorado and Pioneer Ladies Aid Society
History Colorado
Correspondence; speeches; writings; legal materials; maps and technical drawings; and oral interview audio tapes