Villanova University - Falvey Memorial Library
Scrapbook kept by Sam Tucker, born in Russia, lived mainly in New York City working as a private detective for the J.J. Kron Detective Bureau, actor, vaudeville manager, assistant to gold mining speculator, etc. contains approx 50 pages with attached clippings related to Jewish interest, self-help and improvement, crime and detection, motorcycles, accidents etc. Laid in are several telegrams, his vaudeville manager business card, brochures and applications related to Modern Woodmen of America, signed agreement and correspondence relating to services to A.I .Radtke of Detroit and a California gold mining venture. Includes: telegrams, pamphletes, manuscript letters, calling cards, newspaper clippings
Center for Jewish History
The collection consists of correspondence, manuscripts, printed matter, clippings, photographs and other materials relating to the activities of Mendel Osherowitch. There is also some posthumous material. Correspondence with individuals and organizations including Shalom Asch, Salo Baron, David Ben-Gurion, Abraham Cahn, Albert Einstein, Aaron Glanz-Leieles, Emma Goldman, Sol Hurok, Jacob Lestschinsky, Zalman Reisen, Jacob Shatzky, Abraham Sutzkever, Max Weinreich. Manuscripts and typescripts by Osherowitch including his memoirs and his first novel *Entangled* (unpublished). Articles and other works relating to Abraham Cahan, *Jewish Daily Forward*, topics in Jewish history. Radio scripts. Manuscripts by other authors including Abraham Cahan, Pierre Dreyfus, Hillel Rogoff, Dov Sadan, Moshe Starkman. Clippings relating to various topics and individuals. Photographs of individuals including Theodor Herzl, Hillel Rogoff, Abraham Cahan. Miscellaneous materials, including an antisemitic ... Read More
Center for Jewish History
Manuscripts including a biography of Shakespeare. Lectures on the theater. Texts of plays performed by Teitelbaum. Photographs of Teitelbaum. Scrapbooks of articles on theater
Center for Jewish History
The collection consists of clippings relating to the activities of Yiddish cultural institutions in Philadelphia, including the Menahem Baerush Epplebaum circle of the YKUF and the Philadelphia Jewish People's Chorus
Rice University
The collection consists of scrapbooks, minute books, financial records, and other materials relating to the founding and operation of both the OWLS undergraduate group and the OWLS alumnae group
Rice University
Correspondence, briefs, reports, maps, blueprints, scrapbooks, photos, and other papers, relating to Wait's work as director of the port of Houston (Harris County Houston Ship Channel Navigation District) and engineering consultant and to his personal life. Includes material relating to Brazos River Harbor Navigation District, Houston Ship Channel, World War II, and Japan
Rice University
The collection visually documents Ella Fondren's family members and homes, and describes her lifelong philanthropic efforts toward higher education and health care in the Houston area
Rice University
Diaries, correspondence, scrapbooks, and notebooks, belonging to members of the Elliott family including Card G. Elliott, Sr.'s journals describing farm life in Kansas and diaries referring to his duties for a railroad; diaries of his wife, Mary Malone Elliott, covering trips to Europe and the Near East; school diary of their daughter, Mary Alice Elliott, while attending Walnut Hill School, Natick, Mass., and Rice Institute, Houston, Tex.; letters from Bonar Law and Craig W. Wadsworth; album kept by Lou Stimson; scrapbook including family history kept by Mary E. Russell Stimson; and Civil War correspondence describing life in Mississippi
Rice University
The materials in the DePelchin Children's Center records include the written and visual record of the Center ranging from 1887 to 2000. Highlights include correspondence from and photographs of the founder, Kezia Payne DePelchin. The collection does not contain records of adoptions
Lehigh University - Linderman Library
The Lehigh University Mustard & Cheese Collection is a pictorial history of Lehigh University's drama society. This collection consists of 688 photographs and an assortment of playbills, posters, and newspaper clippings originally housed in seven numbered scrapbooks, documenting the organization's history and the work involved in creating various theater productions throughout the years. The stage crew and cast of players included not only students and faculty of Lehigh University but also the participation of other local institutions. The photographs generally highlight scenes of the various plays and production work such as set design and costume manufacturing. The assorted playbills record the people involved in each production and help describe parts of the organization's development. While the scrapbooks contain mostly photographs and playbills, there are also newspaper clippings and other ephemera