Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
A collection of souvenir programs for theater and motion picture performances found in the Library of Congress Rare Book and Special Collections Division Theater Playbills and Programs collection. Includes illustrations by Ralph Barton, Asa Cassidy, Howard Chandler Christy, Marc Gambier, Ernest Haskell, Al Hirschfeld, N. Remisoff, Sarony, Soudeikine and others published by R.G. Craerin, R.H. Russell, Herbert S. Stone and Company and others
Milwaukee Public Library
Collection contains 485 cards, 100 which are loose and 6 scrapbooks. The scrapbooks contain trade, album, Christmas, religion, Valentines, New Year's, Easter and sentiment cards, calendars and cut-outs. Most of the cards are chromolithographs or engravings
Milwaukee Public Library
This collection consists of over 8, 000 transit passes dating from 1930-2016. All passes were designed and printed by the Milwaukee Electric Railway and Light Company and then its predecessor the Milwaukee County Transit System. Many of the passes promote national holidays, local fund raising events, area attractions, local services, community events, and more. Set in not complete
Michigan Technological University - J.R. Van Pelt and Opie Library
Samples, circa 1907-circa 1972, of printed material from the Keweenaw Printing Company. Includes menus, entertainment programs, business brochures and cards and programs for various local clubs, organizations and unions
College of Charleston - Marlene and Nathan Addlestone Library
8 broadsides printed on handmade paper by John Mason measuring 28-30 x 20 cm. with one sheet folded to 20 x 15 cm
Boston University - Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center
Robert Pinsky -- Poem -- -- Robert Pinsky -- 2004. 76 x 57 cm. Poem. Text in Italian with English translation. Diptych, keepsake broadside -- -- [Robert Pinsky] -- Seattle : Peter Koch, [1997?]. Poem -- -- Robert Pinsky -- Reno : Black Rock Press, University of Nevada, [1997?]. col. ill. Poem -- -- col. ill -- Ms. title added by Robert Pinsky -- -- Text in Latin. [1997?] -- -- Black and white. Jenikintown, PA : Ted Rosenberg Photography, [1990?] -- -- Signed by Stanley Kunitz -- ill. Poem. Text printed in red. [1969] -- -- Black and white photographic portrait -- -- Heather McHugh -- [2003?]. Poem. Signed by Heather McHugh -- -- Robert Pinsky -- Poem. "Of 125 copies this is number 74 -- -- Robert Pinsky -- [Cambridge, MA] : Bow & Arrow Poetry Press, Adams House, Harvard University, [2000?]. Poem. "From Jersey rain." Edition of 30 -- -- Robert Pinksy -- Poem. Commissioned to celebrate the reopening of the National Portrait Gallery Smithsonian Institution, 2007. Edition of 200 copies
Boston University - Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center
In memoriam Ralph Patterson / [by Chad Oness, prop.], 1995, p. [1]-[9] -- [untitled], p. 13-20, [49]-52 -- Hwaet!, 1998, p. [1]-[8] -- Evolution / [by Anthony Butts, 1998], [4] leaves -- Rhumb lines / Anthony Deaton, [2002], p. [1]-[10] -- [Speaking of accidents / by Peter Everwine], [2003], p. [1]-[4] -- A brief history of punctuation : poems / by Maurya Simon; calligraphy by Cheryl Jacobsen, c2002, p. [1]-[12] -- [untitled], [2] leaves
Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens
Modeled on genealogical rolls of the late medieval kings of England, this roll of arms, signed by Robert Cooke, Clarenceaux King of Arms, claims to display the ancestry of the Palmer family from the eleventh- or twelfth-century progenitor Henry Palmer to the four sons of Edward Palmer (ca. 1550-1624), a wealthy landowner in England and the New World. A crusader and a member of Henry VIII's Troop of Gentlemen number among the sixty-nine men and women identified here. The earlier portions of the genealogy, clearly calculated to show off illustrious ancestors and to highlight important connections through marriage, are difficult to verify. This roll does not provide the dates of birth or death for anyone in the Palmer pedigree, and only a few are linked definitively to a particular monarch's reign or to a specific historic event
New-York Historical Society
This file contains ca. 2,000 items of special ephemera formats, material associated with a particular artist or, and miscellaneous specimens of American and European commercial and experimental printing (ca. 1700-ongoing, bulk 1800-1900). Prints include chiefly engravings and lithographs but also photomechanical prints. American printed formats represented in the collection are banknotes, Fraktur illuminations, including birth and baptismal certificates; natural history charts; phonetics chart by Andrew Comstock; a graphotype, transfer prints on tissue by Charles Volkmar used to decorate plates with scenes of old New York; lesson boards and learning charts; needlework patterns; souvenir paper roses; and a homemade 18th century drawing book. European printing is represented by examples of pantins, board games, jigsaw puzzles, folk art, and military costume prints, many of which came as part of the Nadelman Folk Art Collection
Columbia University
The County of Fluvanna will pay to the bearer, at the office of the County Clerk one dollar in bankable currency when presented in sums of five dollars of its multiple, No. 2334, signed by C.A. Shepherd, jn. and N.W. Strangs February 23d 1863 -- Certificate of deposit Augusta Savings Bank : B. Conley has depositied in this bank twenty-five cents payable on demand in currency Dec. 2, 1861 signed by -- The president, directors & co. of the Bank of Augusta will pay fifty cents to bearer on demand in current bank notes, when the sum of five dollars is presented Augusta, Ga., Jan. 1, 1862 [signed: A.C. Ives] for cashier