Hunterdon County Historical Society
Chiefly business record books and ledgers (1935-1954), containing financial information regarding daily cash payments for activities such as deliveries and farm labor and to various organizations and businesses. The 1935-1941 business record book lists the amount of milk and cream sold by the dairy to schools, restaurants, and stores. Miscellaneous materials grouping includes a clipping of the marriage announcement (1935) of Elizabeth Hawke Ratliff and Bruce R. Tuttle, one copy of Farm Service News newsletter (Apr. 1940), letter and envelope from Hartford Accident and Indemnity Company (1943); documents relating to the dairy including letter from Leslie Mike announcing the sale of his retail milk business to Grandview Dairy of Baptistown, N.J., due to the poor health of his wife; and spiral bound herd record book issued by the Dairy Herd Improvement Association and filled out for 1948 including statistics on the milk production of individual cows, tables of grain feeding ... Read More
Montana Historical Society,-- Library and Archives Dept
The Blackfeet tribal members Wades-in-Water, his wife Julia Wades-in-Water, Chief Bull Head (Dick Sanderville), and Chief Eagle Calf sing traditional Blackfeet music and speak the Blackfeet language. Audio only (OH 613)
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Thirty seven scrapbooks compiled by Myhr and her second husband, Jesse Goddard, containing magazine and newspaper clippings pertaining to Arizona history, including material relating to stockgrowers, Camp Verde, Native Americans, Flagstaff, Grand Canyon, and King Woolsey; index to scrapbooks; printed material and notes relating to the naming of Crook's Trail and to a monument commemorating the Battle of Big Dry Wash, Ariz., with Apache Indians; and collection of cowboy songbooks. There are no papers dated 1931-1954
Maine Historical Society
Two commissions for Daniel H. Chandler (1842 and 1856) appointing him master of the band in the Maine Militia, 1st Infantry Regiment (1856) and as fife-major in a Massachusetts Militia regiment -- Includes regimental order directed to Chandler by Col. William P. Stodder (1856 Aug. 30)
University of North Dakota - Elwyn B. Robinson Department of Special Collections
The collection of Popular Songs of the Early 20th Century to World War I contains sheet music from the years 1882 to 1938. The majority of songs are from 1917 to 1919 pertaining to World War I. The collection is arranged alphabetically by song title
Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
Consists of correspondence, writings, programs, and photographs (some taken by Addison Scurlock and Carl Van Vechten) documenting his life as a performing artist and composer -- Also includes materials about his family, including a noteworthy amount of material related to his second wife Pura BelpreĢ White and her work as a librarian at the New York Public Library, as well as her personal interests as a member of the Puerto Rican community. Information relating to organizations he was directly and indirectly associated with can also be found, as well as a small collection of recordings of White's compositions and works by other African American artists. Includes his unpublished autobiography. Correspondents include Phillippa Schuyler, Amanda Aldridge (real name of Montague Ring), W.C. Handy, Henry O. Tanner, Arthur H. Ryder, and Alain Locke. Other persons represented include Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, Michael Zacherewitsch, Raoul Laparra, Will Marion Cook, Joseph Douglass, Anita Patti ... Read More
Montana State University--Bozeman Libraries, Merrill G. Burlingame Special Collections
The Gene Quaw collection consists of a autographed tribute album, some printed items, and 106 black and white photographs taken of Quaw, his band members, and friends in Yellowstone National Park, most of which are ca. 1921-1922. The photographs are almost all informal snapshots of Yellowstone scenes and the outdoor performance stage at the Canyon Hotel where Quaw and his band performed with the "Canyon Hotel Follies" during the summer of 1922. Some photographs appear to have been taken much later, showing Quaw holding a copy of his score for Yellowstone which was not published until 1937. The autograph album was presented to Quaw in late 1951 after he had performed a special concert in Bozeman, Mont., for many long-time residents, many of whom recalled his work in Yellowstone. Those who attended the concert put together the album which contains many tributes to Quaw as a musician and friend. Among the signers are Bozeman musician Louis Leo Howard and architect Fred F. Willson. The ... Read More
Maine Folklife Center,-- Northeast Archives of Folklore and Oral History
Recording of the ensemble playing music and singing; and of Raymond Goudreau, raconteur, at the Franco/American Festival in Lewiston, Me
Ohio History Connection
James Monroe Merryman, wrote a Civil War diary on a section of a ledger numbered from pages 633-698, while he served as a private in Company E of the 30th Ohio Volunteer Infantry. The diary begins on June 7, 1864 and describes the battle of Kennesaw Mountain, Georgia and General Hood's sorties to Atlanta where Merryman was captured on July 22 and taken to Andersonville Prison. Over the next months he was transported to Charleston and Florence Stockade Prisoner of War Camp in South Carolina in October. On February 23, 1865 he was sent to Richmond where he was confined in a hospital and was paroled on March 9, 1865. With the manuscript diary are a typed transcript and 33 pages of copies of related material, including newspaper clippings, correspondence, and military records. A second manuscript written on an unnumbered section of ledger is inscribed "Americus Prison July 22d A.D. 1864" on the cover page and contains lyrics of Civil War songs, poetry, and lists of letters written home
Ohio History Connection
Papers, ca., 1860-1920, of Ezra E. Rickett, Co. H, 90th O.V.I., including a collection of Civil War songs composed or copied by Ezra E. Rickett


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