Museum of the Great Plains
Business and personal correspondence, books and journals, sound recordings, newspaper clippings, artwork, scrapbooks, and other materials, relating to Blanding's life and published works
University of Montana--Missoula,-- Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library,-- K. Ross Toole Archives
A panel sponsored by the Friends of the Library. Frank C. Abbott, Gordon Rognlien, Forrest L. Brissey, Jacob Vinocur, and Robert Johns discuss the achievements of the then Montana State University in Missoula and the beginning of the university's endowment foundation
Cascade County Historical Society,-- Archives
Papers contain general correspondence (1924-1975); financial records (1941-1949), consisting primarily of tax records; legal documents; writings (1936, 1938) consisting of radio scripts; miscellany, mainly consisting of travel memorabilia, material relating to music students, song lyrics, and musical recordings; clippings (1959-1985) mainly related to musical activities; printed material (1928-1999), mainly consisting of sheet music for the banjo and saxophone [some composed by Cane] and music festival and recital programs; and photographs of music students
Boston University,-- Dept. of Special Collections
Musical scores, files about compositions written by Henning, reel recordings, and photographs
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Chiefly correspondence with members of Congress and other government officials (1967-1975); together with newsletters (1967-1985), annual reports (1969-1978), form letters, leaflets, reprints, sound recordings, and motion pictures, relating to the association's efforts to end the Vietnam War, create a federal department of peace, provide amnesty for Vietnam War resisters, stop the arms race, halt the proliferation of nuclear power plants, and expose the harmful effects of low level radiation on veterans and civilians. Correspondents include Barbara Avedon, Dorothy Blass, Dorothy B. Jones, Ed Koch, Florence Ain Kreig, Donna Reed, and Roslyn Sobel, and members of Congress George E. Brown, Jr., Alan Cranston, J. William Fulbright, Seymour Halpern, Vance Hartke, George McGovern, Wayne Morse, William Proxmire, and Thomas M. Rees
Worcester Historical Museum
Newspaper articles, photographs, and recordings of jazz artist Howie Jefferson -- Includes recordings by Jeff's Quartet; photograph of Jefferson with the Nite Hawks, a jazz band in the Worcester area; and information relating to the Saxtrum Club, a musician's organization which rented a building in Worcester where nightly jam sessions were held attended by well-known performers
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence; writings, including short stories, newspaper articles, film criticism, mss. of One in a Billion (1974), The Old Gentleman (1974), Hollywood Encounter (1976), a translation from the French of Louis Verneil's Long Live the King and The Human Nature of Playwriting (1949), and translations, programs, mss., and finished version of The Jazz Singer (1925), The Magnificent Heel (1930), The Wooden Stripper (1934), Accent on Youth (1935), White Man (1938), Skylark (1939), Jason (1942), The Perfect Marriage (1944), Hilda Crane (1950), The Peanut Bag (1967), and an unproduced Israeli-American play (1971); and other papers. Includes transcriptions of an oral history interview by Columbia University oral history project, taped interviews by Robert Carringer, and family discussion tapes with comments by his wife, Dorothy Wegman Raphaelson, son, Joel Raphaelson, and daughter-in-law, Mary Kay Raphaelson, relating to childhood in New York and Chicago, University of Illinois, writing, ... Read More
Montana Historical Society, Library and Archives Dept.
This composite of scripts, numbered 1-18, provides narration for displays in the Montana Historical Society's Frontier Museum display designed with the assistance of the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C.
Cambridge Historical Society
Series I, Audio-visual Materials, 1961-2000, consists of phonograph discs, audiotapes, and videotapes from artists related to Folklore Productions. These include artists represented and managed by the company, as well as artists featured in Folklore Productions-promoted concerts. Recordings are arranged by type, and then alphabetically by artist. Included are many promotional copies. A few of the audiotapes are self-recorded, but the majority consist of published recordings. Phonographic discs include both 45 and 33 1/3 RPM recordings, and the speed has been indicated with each. Inserts have been noted and smaller inserts have been noted and removed to separate folders. Artists in this series are Folklore Productions clients including Joan Baez, Doc and Merle Watson, Taj Mahal, John Renbourn, Dave Van Ronk, and Reverend Gary Davis
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, printed materials, photos, memorabilia, miscellaneous papers, and copies of film and sound track, chiefly relating to the period when Hamilton developed, produced, and distributed the documentary film entitled Helen Keller in Her Story, including information concerning the film and its subject, Helen Keller and some of Keller's friends and associates. Development, production, and distribution series consists of four sections: Development and production contains correspondence relating to source materials and scripts used in the production; Distribution and showings includes correspondence documenting distribution arrangements and the problems of commercial bookings, including Keller's efforts to promote the film; and financial and legal matters section contains correspondence and other papers, publicity and promotional activities, and information as to awards received, including an Oscar for the best documentary film (1955). Subject files series contains correspondence ... Read More

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