State University of New York Albany
This collection includes administrative papers such as correspondence, bulletins, memoranda, minutes, paper clippings, photos, and reports. The collection also contains the papers of the Athletic Advisory Board, including budgets, minutes, correspondence, reports, and memoranda. Additionally, the "Men's Sports" folders contain correspondence, memoranda, sports information, sports schedules, publicity forms, and sports statistics books. The Women's Intercollegiate Athletics records include annual reports, budget requests, team score books, seasonal sports schedules, and team rosters and publications dealing with sports. The collection also includes sports publications and booklets
University of Iowa
The papers of John C. Culver encompass his entire political career, starting with his first election to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1964 and ending with his last full year in office in the U.S. Senate in 1980. Papers comprise 187.4 cubic feet and include legislative subject files, constituent correspondence, speeches, press releases, voting records, daily schedules, campaign/election materials, selected examples of Culver's community development and grant casework, materials relating to his House and Senate committee work, and various administrative files. Early Senate correspondence is arranged by subject; from 1977 onwards the arrangement is numerical following a Senate-assigned Correspondence Management System. Included with these years are daily and monthly reports that link each correspondence number to the recipient's name. House correspondence is arranged by subject. These papers were given to the University of Iowa Libraries by John Culver
Minnesota Historical Society
Divisions of sections and time schedules (1898-1922) and daily time record (1901-1921), listing schedules for class and shop time for each school term
University of California, Santa Barbara - Davidson Library
The Placement Center records contain annual reports, follow-up reports on students assisted by the center, interview schedules for jobs, Placement Manuals, and other related documents
University of California, Santa Barbara - Davidson Library
One typed schedule of President William Howard Taft's trip to New York and Passaic, May 9-10, 1910, which includes a visit to the Actors' Fund Fair at the 71st Regiment Armory in New York, a banquet of the Board of Trade in Passaic, New Jersey, and a list of personnel, including Captain Archibald W. Butt, Assistant Secretary W.W. Mischler, two secret service operatives, and a messenger. Two typed letters on official White House stationery signed by Fred W. Carpenter, Secretary to the President, to Mr. Charles Burnham in New York. The first, dated April 9, 1910, states that the President has made an engagement in Passaic, New Jersey the evening of May 9th and, in accordance with Burham's wish, will attend the fair that afternoon. The second letter, dated May 3, 1910, states that a schedule for the President's trip to New York on Monday, May 9th is included and Burnham is to meet the President's train in Jersey City with two automobiles with enough room for Captain Butt, Assisant ... Read More
University of Georgia - Special Collections Libraries
The collection consists mainly of schedules for screenings at the British Film Institute's National Film Theatre. Also included are other miscellaneous National Film Theatre programs and announcements, other BFI publications (inluding programs for the annual London Film Festival), as well as other miscellaneous film publications, schedules and announcements
University of North Dakota - Elwyn B. Robinson Department of Special Collections
The Toby Baker Papers date from 1992-1999, and consist of clothing, photographs, calendars, schedules, memorandum, invitations, thank yous, guest lists, speeches, gifts, and other materials relating to Baker's time as the University of North Dakota's First Lady
University of Michigan - Bentley Historical Library
Schedules, programs, posters, and anthologies from the 1st (1988) to 19th (2006) Martin Luther King, Jr. Symposia. The bulk of the materials originate from the Martin Luther King, Jr. Committee (under the direction of the Office of Academic Multicultural Initiatives). The collection also includes materials originating from various other academic units at the University of Michigan
Minnesota Historical Society
Listing of the Governor's meetings, appearances, conferences, and other events on an hour by hour basis (1999-2002). The files include two versions of each year's daily schedule, one a continuous print-out for the entire year; the other, a single day's schedule with additional informational materials and correspondence pertaining to that day's activities
University of Washington
The records consist of correspondence, minutes and agendas, reports, organizational material, membership lists, legislation, writings, subject and committee files, press releases, tapes, slides, ephemera, and other records. Included are materials relating to William Asplund, Jeb Baldi, Donald Baldwin, James Chapman, David Knibb, Hal Lindstrom, Roy McMurtrey, Robert Ordal, Eleanor Paine, Henry Steinhardt, Curtis Stucki, John Whetten, Karyl Winn, and the Ellensburg, Seattle, Wenatchee, and Yakima chapters. Other persons represented include Brock Adams, John Alving, Warren Avery, Gloria Baldi, William Beyers, Don Bonker, Dave DeJong, John Eberle, Brock Evans, Ben Graf, Ben R. Hayes, Dave Jaecks, Gloria Lindstrom, Warren G. Magnuson, Lloyd M. Meeds, Joel Pritchard, Douglas Scott, Bernice F. Stern, James C. Stevenson, Bonnie Sykora, and Richard Van Haagen


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