University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
The collection includes videocassette copies of promotional materials and events such as annual dinners, general assemblies, and celebrations, primarily from the 1980s and 1990s. The collection also includes color slides documenting programs such as Youth in Government, Holiday Hills Camp, McBurney schools, and the Northeast Regional Gymnastics Championships. Other media in the collection include audio cassette recordings of radio and television publicity and interviews; 16 mm and 35 mm microfilm of corporate records such as minutes, check stubs and proxies, magnetic recording tape of YMCA events, primarily from General Assemblies and dinners from the 1960s;and filmstrips and films from the period before 1970
Harvard University - Harvard University Archives
Topics of the records include research into underwater acoustics and sonar and the administration of the laboratory. The records consist of administrative records of Director and Associate Director; correspondence with various companies concerning placement of laboratory personnel after project completion; photographs of experiments and apparatus, blueprints; staff memoranda; personnel records; and numerous project reports
Harvard University - Harvard University Archives
Accession 2016.115 : accession includes professional activities files documenting Brancomb's consulting and pro bono legal work (including service as chairman of the Communications Division of the American Bar Association); conference files, correspondence and printed email, and reference resources; professional correspondence (including some letters of recommendation); manuscripts and published copies of books and articles (including papers written for Harvard's Program on Information Resources Policy) on computers, intellectual property, privacy, law, copyright, and telecommunications; speeches, talks and conference presentations; biographical material and bibliographies; audio-visual material including floppy disks with drafts of writings and correspondence; and audio cassette tapes, VHS tapes, and photographs. Also includes correspondence, photographs, and membership lists for the Goose and Gander Society, also known as the Society for the Preservation of First Wives and First ... Read More
University of North Carolina at Greensboro
The collection includes minutes, reports, membership lists, correspondence, and convention programs relating to the activities of the Southeastern Theatre Conference. (For a detailed description of this collection's contents follow the link to the on-line finding aid)
Getty Research Institute
Assembled by James Breslin as he researched and wrote Mark Rothko: a biography (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1993), the collection situates the Russian-born American painter and his work within broad artistic and historical contexts with particular emphasis on abstract expressionism and the New York art world from the 1920s through the 1960s. Also included in the collection are research materials regarding Dvinsk, Russia (now Daugavpils, Latvia) and Portland, Oregon, during Rothko's childhood. Among the individuals featured prominently in the collection are artists Robert Motherwell, Barnett Newman, Clyfford Still, Adolph Gottlieb, Milton Avery, and Max Weber, and critics Dore Ashton and Katharine Kuh
Getty Research Institute
Rudofsky's working papers consist of 56 notebooks with dense writings and pencil drawings; magazine articles; magazine cover designs; ca. 150 drawings, primarily building studies, done in watercolor, pencil and crayon; plans, sketches and photos of his building projects in Brazil, Italy and the United States; illustrated lectures; photographs of exhibition installations organized by Rudofsky; copy of doctoral dissertation; and examples of fashion designs. Also included are 33 travel notebooks (1948-1984) with many drawings, and ca. 5500 color slides and ca. 125 black and white prints taken during his travels
Columbia University
Correspondence, articles, travel notes, reporter notebooks, and photographs from Stevens provide a compelling perspective into mid-20th century journalism and war reporting, as well as an extended look at political and social affairs of the Soviet Union from the 1940s through the 1980s. The collection contains many articles that Stevens wrote for a range of newspapers and magazines: covered topics include media censorship, persecution of political dissidents, and daily life in the Soviet Union. These articles also cover his early career reporting on military engagements in Europe (1939-1940) and East and North Africa (1940-1942). The correspondence is predominately with editors, and includes significant information about the status of journalists in the Soviet Union, as well as information about specific events
Cleveland Public Library
The records of the Flood Company of Hudson, Ohio, include financial documents, photographs, publicity materials, publications, and documents on the history of the Flood family and the company, especially the creation and development of their most noted product, Penetrol
The Henry Ford - Benson Ford Research Center
The collection is comprised primarily of visual materials which depict Ford Thunderbird automobiles from 1953 to 1980, although the bulk of the materials fall between 1953 to 1956. There are four series: Phototransparencies, Photoprints, Printed Materials, and Motion Pictures / Photographic Negatives. Each series is organized by department, including Engineering, Public Relations, Photographic and Printing, and Styling Photographic Department. Much of the collection was used for advertising, marketing and production purposes. The Printed Materials series includes selected issues from the Ford Times that contain articles about Thunderbirds
The Henry Ford - Benson Ford Research Center
The records are comprised of three series. The Harley Earl Associates series, 1945-1991 (bulk 1945-1964) (13.6 cubic ft., 1 oversize box and 1 oversize folder), includes administrative material such as marketing and employee documentation, along with project records. Project records include design work for 3M, Alcoa, Argus, Bissell, U.S. Rubber, Nabisco along with many others. The Walter B. Ford Design Associates series, 1952-1953 (0.4 cubic ft.) is slight as it is comprised of material for only one project. The Ford Rotunda renovation, 1952-1953 includes, however, the significant design of a geodesic dome over the central court by R. Buckminster Fuller and Associates. This was the first commercial application of Fuller's dome. The Ford & Earl Design Associates series, 1966-1999 (2.4 cubic ft., 14 oversize boxes and 1 oversize folder) include design concepts, photographs, negatives, and design drawings for a wide variety of products such as housewares, cameras, writing implements, ... Read More

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