Boston University,-- Dept. of Special Collections
Manuscripts, research material, printed materials, photographs, conference papers, and addresses
Museum of the Great Plains
Notes and research, chiefly completed at the Carl Albert Center, University of Oklahoma by Lowitt, relating to the career of Fred Harris, U.S. Senator from Oklahoma and his New Populist campaign for the U.S. presidency, used for Lowitt's book Fred Harris, his journey from liberalism to populism (2002) -- Includes correspondence, literature, speeches, articles, and other documents, reflecting Harris's Senate and post-Senate years as well as materials pertaining to the Comanches and other Indians, dealing with the concerns of Harris and his wife
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
The collection consists of correspondence, diaries, memos, and reports of Mabelle McCullough, Associate Professor of Education and Assistant Dean of Students of the University of Minnesota. A large part of the collection pertains to Dr. McCullough's work with women's groups including the American Association of University Women (AAUW) (1961-1979) and the Governor's Commission on the Status of Women (1963-1966). Aside from professional organizations represented in the papers, other activities include The Saint Andrews Society of Minnesota, (an organization of people of Scottish descent) and the Shoreview Planning Commission and City Council, to which Dr. McCullough was elected in 1968 and 1977 respectively. One folder of personal correspondence (1962-1979) gives us a glimpse of Dr. McCullough's personal life, which involved being a "foster mom" to several Iranian students in the 1960s and 70s, caring for her aging father, and dealing with health concerns of her own
Williams College - Sawyer Library
Materials in this series include correspondence, memoranda, reports, newspaper clippings, addresses, schedules and statistical charts. The bulk of this series comprises statistical data. Another large portion of the Subject Files regards Founder's Day and the Victory Celebration. Bok Lecture Course files contain correspondence between Edward Bok, the sponsor of the courses, Francis Sayre, organizer of the events, and President Garfield. Copies of several of the lectures, including those of William H. Taft and A. Barton Hepburn, are contained in this material. Garfield's Daily Notes include his thoughts on the pro-seminar ideal, the Protocol of the League of Nations, Honors Courses and the Freshman or Garfield Plan. Library Council and Librarian's Office files detail the management of the college library
University of Washington
The Russell A. Austin papers consist of campaign and convention materials that Russell collected. There is also a substantial amount of material documenting Austin's service on state and local Republican committees. Included are correspondence, legal documents, King County and Washington State Republican Party organizational records, financial records, lists, political maps, convention programs and ephemera, newsletters, and clippings related to Austin's activities in the Washington State Republican Party and his efforts on behalf of Ronald Reagan's candidacy, 1966-1981. Major correspondents include Kenneth Rogstad, Dennis H. Dunn, Earl Davenport, and C. Montgomery Johnson
University of Washington
The Kemit O. Hanson papers chiefly concern his professional career and various positions with the University of Washington -- The collection contains biographical features, clippings, correspondence, ephemera, photographs, reports, speeches and writings
University of Washington
These papers document the political activities of Marion A. Zioncheck, a Democratic representative to the United States Congress from Washington State, 1933-1936. The materials offer insight into several of the controversies that marked Zioncheck's political career, including his denunciation of J. Edgar Hoover in 1936 and factional disputes within the Washington State Democratic Party in the 1930s. The materials also describe Zioncheck's accomplishments in the House as a freshman congressman. The bulk of the collection consists of political and legislative correspondence from 1932 to 1936. Also included are campaign literature, speech drafts and related data, legislation, clippings, newsletters, reports, and other ephemera
University of Washington
The particular strength of the Lauren R. Donaldson papers lies in its extensive set of project files on radiation projects carried out by the University of Washington's Applied Fisheries Laboratory, as well as logbooks, reports, notes, photograph albums, scrapbooks and other materials from the radiological resurveys of Bikini Atoll and nearby islands after atomic and hydrogen bomb tests in the 1940s and 1950s -- Project files on trout and salmon research are also present. Correspondence makes up approximately one third of the collection and includes both intradepartmental correspondence within the University of Washington College of Fisheries and correspondence with Donaldson's colleagues outside the University. Major individual correspondents include: Clinton E. Atkinson, Wilbert McLeod Chapman, John M. Haydon Neal O. Hines, and Allyn Henry Seymour. Among those organizations represented in the correspondence are: the American Fisheries Society, Seattle Aquarium, United States Atomic ... Read More
University of Washington
Correspondence, speeches, writings, financial records, clippings, ephemera, and scrapbooks relating to Griffiths's career in law, his public life, and his involvement in progressive causes. Also included is one reel of microfilm containing an unpublished manuscript and other materials. Organizations represented include the Republican Party, the Progressive Party, the Cascade Tunnel Association, and the Seattle YMCA. Major correspondents include the Grays Harbor Commercial Company, John P. Hartman, J.A. Hutcheson, the International Law Association, Mark A. Matthews, Merrill and Ring Lumber Company, the Pacific Coast Lumber Manufacturers' Association, the Playground and Recreation Association of America, Miles Poindexter, Polson Logging Company, First Presbyterian Church (Seattle), the Charity Organization Society of Seattle, the Metropolitan Building Company, the Northwestern Lumber Company, the Russell Sage Foundation, a number of Seattle mayors, and the Washington Development Co. ... Read More
University of Washington
The records of the Pacific Northwest Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) contain the administrative records of the chapter, as well as some records from the national organization -- Pacific Northwest Chapter records contain correspondence, minutes, reports, financial records, legislation, speeches and writings, membership records and applications, newsletters and ephemera. Most of the correspondence is from the files of Robert L. Woerner, who was president/chairman of the chapter from 1962 to 1965


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