Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Records of the CEA providing economic analysis to President Ford on such issues as agriculture and food policy, housing construction, environmental and energy policies, supplies of strategic materials, exploitation of sea resources, management of timber resources, transportation problems and policies, functioning of the labor market and problems of the unemployed, proposals for health insurance and income maintenance, and needed improvement in the government's economic statistics. Persons represented include Alan Greenspan
James R. Crumley, Jr. Archives, Evangelical Lutheran Church of America
Printed minutes of the synod which includes the organizing convention, constitutions and by-laws, and statistical material; together with financial records, material relating to synod officers, and parochial reports, as well as minutes of the Southern Conference and Virginia Conference of the synod and reports of the Brotherhood, United Lutheran Church Men, Women's Home and Foreign Mission Society, Women's Missionary Society, and the Luther League
Montana Historical Society, Library and Archives Dept.
George Hays was a Billings Bank employee; Yellowstone County, Montana, official; and state government employee. He was elected Montana secretary of state in 1900 and served until 1904. Collection consists of six journal volumes (1872-1904) of compiled election returns, Democratic Party county committee materials, etc
University of West Florida,-- Special Collections Dept
Letterbooks, business records, correspondence, and other papers relating to the Fred O. Howe Company, Pensacola ship brokers and commission agents, and its predecessors, Ross, Kean & Co., and Ross, Howe & Merrow (1890-1906); together with papers relating to the Louisville and Nashville Railroad Co., Pensacola Division (1929-1948). Papers include statistics on shipping and port activities in Pensacola (1890-1900, 1925-1940); correspondence relating to the Merchants & Stevedores Association (1933-1937), and the Pensacola chapter of the Propeller Club of the U.S. (1952-1963). Also includes general papers, diaries, and manuscript poems of Col. Louis H. Sellars (1893-1904); autograph album of Sallie E. (Hood) Jones, of Mobile, Ala. (1859); and printed ephemera of Bryan's Pharmacy, Pensacola, Fla. (1920)
James R. Crumley, Jr. Archives, Evangelical Lutheran Church of America
Printed minutes of the Augustana Synod including statistical material; financial records; material relating to synod officers; parochial reports; and annual. There are no records for the years 1935, 1946, and 1954
University of Washington Libraries
Correspondence, speeches, writings, minutes, financial records, reports, statistics, proposals, working papers, legislation, court papers, agreements, contracts, and clippings, relating to Myers's activities in the public power movement in Nebraska and Pacific Northwest and his work as fiscal agent for public utility districts in Washington and Oregon, and Seattle Lighting Dept. Correspondents include Robert W. Beck, D. Clinton Prescott, Clarence C. Dill, Walter B. Smith, Don W. Stuver, Isaac Comeaux, Jackson E. Cagle, George A. Lee, Archie W. Tabot, John Nuveen & Company, Hartley Rogers & Company, Houghton, Cluck & Coughlin (attorneys), Bechtel Corporation, Thompson, Wood & Hoffman, and Roy E. Miller Inc
Washington State Archives
Correspondence, reports and studies pertaining to the Department's dealings with Indian tribes and Indian fishing -- Includes files on Bob Satiacum, Indian fish catch figures, Chehalis Indians (1925-81), Chinook Indians (1946-81), Celilo Falls (1936-59), Columbia River Indian fishing sites (1950-73), Colville Indians (1917-77), Duwamish Indians (1936-78), Enloe Dam (1969), Dick Gregory (1969), Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission (1974-79), Hoh Indians (1934-81), Klallam/Clallam Indians (1936-80), Lummi Indians (1920-81), Makah Indians (1936-81), the Medicine Creek Treaty, Muckelshoot Indians (1942- 81), Nez PerceĢ Indians (1959-81), Nisqually Indians (1947-81), Nooksak Indians (1934-81), Ozette Site (1965), the Point No Point Treaty, the Point Elliot Treaty, Port Gamble Indians (1976- 79), Port Madison Reservation, Puyallup Indians (1948-81), Quileute Indians (1934-81), Quinault Indians (1955-81), Samish Indians (1972-77), Sauk-Suaittle Indians (1974-81), Skokomish Indians ... Read More
University of North Dakota - Elwyn B. Robinson Department of Special Collections
The collection consists of photocopied newspaper columns about servicemen and women, from Eddy and Benson counties (N.D.), who served in the armed forces during World War II, 1942-1946. These regular columns contained news about marriages, deaths, injuries, military discharges, and related news. This collection will be added to and is not currently indexed
New York City Department of Records and Information Services
Series consists of correspondence files, subject files and chronological files of Deputy Counsel Rosenberg. Records include annual reports, speeches by the Mayor, testimonies by the Mayor and other government officials at legislative hearing, executive orders, press releases, legal correspondence, newsclippings, and correspondence tracking sheets. Subjects includes statistics of the Hispanic community, housing preservation and development, and the Committee of the Judiciary
James R. Crumley, Jr. Archives, Evangelical Lutheran Church of America
Printed minutes including minutes of the organizing convention, consitutions, by-laws, and statistical material; together with financial records, records of synodical officers, parochial reports, and other records