Minnesota Historical Society
Correspondence, minutes, questionnaires, membership files, committee lists, press releases, a video tape, and subject files related to a committee sponsored by the American Lung Association of Hennepin County which focused its efforts on air pollution in the Twin Cities metropolitan area during the late 1960s and early 1970s
Duke University - David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library
The Park, Lambuth, and Sherertz families were Methodist missionaries to China, Japan, and Africa. The collection (01-146) (160 items, 1.2 linear feet; dated 1827-1970s) includes the family Bible; correspondence to and from members of the three families; graphic materials; printed material; poetry; and typescripts of essays regarding family members' daily lives and work as missionaries in China, Japan, and Africa. The families mentioned are ancestors of Olive Sherertz Lanham (Duke '43). Includes 2 color prints, 5 black-and-white prints, and 2 albumen prints
University of Connecticut - Homer Babbidge Library
The Wilcox College of Nursing Collection contains photographs, slides, memorabilia (including a nursing doll), nursing uniforms, videos, scrapbooks, editorials, administrative records, financial records and correspondence. Almost all personnel and student files were held by Middlesex Hospital and will be destroyed after the year 2000
Duke University - David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library
The Park, Lambuth, and Sherertz families were Methodist missionaries to China, Japan, and Africa. The collection (01-146) (160 items, 1.2 linear feet; dated 1827-1970s) includes the family Bible; correspondence to and from members of the three families; graphic materials; printed material; poetry; and typescripts of essays regarding family members' daily lives and work as missionaries in China, Japan, and Africa. The families mentioned are ancestors of Olive Sherertz Lanham (Duke '43). Includes 2 color prints, 5 black-and-white prints, and 2 albumen prints
Duke University - David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Primarily consists of brochures and other collateral literature for Marine Corps recruiting ([1970s]-2000), as well as scripts of radio and TV commercials ([1960s]). Radio scripts include those for the program "Spectrum USA" ([ca. 1964]), which included a series featuring major U.S. colleges and universities (Duke University among them). Also includes print ads; several PSA photoboards; a Thompson Total Branding plan for the USMC; and one VHS videocassette. Acquired as part of the John W. Hartman Center for Sales, Advertising & Marketing History. (02-189)
Emory University - Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Collection
The collection contains the papers of Thomas H. English from 1905-1990. The papers include correspondence, poetry, photographs, articles and speeches, scrapbooks, bookplates, greeting cards, memorabilia, subject files, medals, collected material, manuscripts, and an audiocassette and videocassette. Materials relate to English's teaching and writing career; his books MEMORY VERSE: THIRTY-FIVE YEARS OF OCCASIONAL VERSE (1953), EMORY UNIVERSITY, 1915-1965: A SEMICENTENNIAL HISTORY (1966), MEMORY BOOK: PERSONS AND OCCASIONS OF A LONG LIFE, and other publications; his participation in the Southern Humanities Conference; Atlanta poets; and his days at Blackburn College and Princeton University. There are also personal correspondence to English from his parents (1906-1948), letters to English from various friends and associates, and bookplates and commemorative medals collected by English
Duke University - David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Collection (01-207) consists mainly of poster reproductions and photocopies of MacAdams' photographs, providing an overview of her body of work. Also includes her theatrical and photography resumes; exhibition information; promotional materials for her photography books; copies of two of these books, EMERGENCE and MAYAN VISION QUEST; and a VHS tape entitled "Artists and Bums." Acquired as part of the Sallie Bingham Center for Women's History and Culture
Duke University - David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Collection primarily focuses on Peslikis' work as a feminist activist and artist. The Feminist Activism Series is composed of materials from three key venues for Peslikis's feminist activist work: the New York Feminist Art Institute, the journal WOMEN & ART, and the group Redstockings. This series includes organizational records, related correspondence and articles, exhibition announcements, and grant proposals. The Correspondence Series contains letters, postcards, and cards received by Peslikis from family and friends. Frequent and/or notable correspondents include her immediate family: her mother, father, and brother, Michael; and friends Ursula Karau, Alix Kates Shulman, Rosalyn Baxandall, Robin Morgan, Carol Hanisch, Lucinda (Cindy) Cisler, Lucia Vernarelli, Pat Mainardi, Judy Chicago, and Shulamith (Shulie) Firestone. A smaller amount of outgoing letters is also included. Correspondence depicts Peslikis's work as an activist and as an artist, as well as her financial and medical ... Read More
Duke University - David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Videocassette containing a 1977 "On the Road with Charles Kuralt" feature on Pauli Murray, on the significance of Murray's service as first African-American woman ordained as an Episcopalian priest. The feature is approximately 10.5 minutes in length. Included is a transcription of the feature published in the book, ON THE ROAD WITH CHARLES KURALT. (02-264)
Duke University - David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Collection chiefly consists of presentations and speeches, but also includes correspondence, memoranda, publications, and clippings, as well as a manuscript score for the Kodak song "The Times of Your Life," photographs, and audiovisual material