University of Baltimore - Special Collections
The collection consists of an image library of over 125,000 photographs, slides, videos, and audio tapes that document Maryland's economic development
University of Baltimore - Special Collections
The collection consists of personal papers relating to William Hughes' work as a newspaper contributor, radio commentator, and Irish-American activist; includes 19 audio and 6 video tapes
Columbia University
A variety of materials relating mostly to his various installations and explorations of sound. Neuhaus did not record the sounds of his installations because he believed the sound was meaningless without the surrounding environment. The papers are comprised of correspondence, plans, designs, background research files, maps, catalogs, slides, reel-to-reel tapes, cassettes, videos, photographs, floppy disks, cds, a full Macintosh PowerBook 5300ce laptop, and printed material
Columbia University
A comprehensive collection of working drawings and sketches, watercolor paintings, lithographs, proofs, manuscripts, and architectural drawings -- There are illustrations for many books including MOBY DICK, BEOWULF, THE CANTERBURY TALES, THE DECAMERON, PAUL BUNYAN, CANDIDE, and THE BRIDGE OF SAN LUIS REY, as well as illustrations for 18 of Kent's own books; bookplates for many well known people, magazine illustrations, advertising, posters, and graphic art work of many other types. Some correspondence is included, as well as many lithographs and woodblock prints by Kent's students and admirers
Maine Folklife Center,-- Northeast Archives of Folklore and Oral History
Video recording of musicians performing at the Lewiston Franco/American Festival, 26 June, 1980 -- Includes brief catalog
Armed Forces Institute of Pathology,-- National Museum of Health and Medicine
Papers of Wogaman, who died of AIDS in 1991, related to his disease. Includes medical records, insurance forms, legal documents, financial records, tax forms, personal correspondence, photographs, and a home movie on videotape
New York City Department of Records and Information Services
Series is comprised of video tapes which give a complete picture of the celebration as it unfolded at Federal Hall. There are also video tapes of Senator Alphonse D'Amato's announcement at the Bicentennial Inaugaration, the N.Y. Navy's salute to the U.S. Navy and "N.Y.C. and The Constitution: Where the Experiment Began.".
University of Montana--Missoula, Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, K. Ross Toole Archives
Correspondence (1947) with family friends; clippings of book reviews, descriptions of social events attended, and interviews; copies of some of Guthrie's books, including foreign language translations; film made by Helen Miller-Guthrie after his death about Guthrie's life; and a scrapbook (1947) of material related to Guthrie's novel, The Big Sky, including photographs
Boston University,-- Department of Special Collections,-- Nursing Archives
Professional material, correspondence, printed material, memorabilia, audio, and video
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Final draft and final shooting script of Baby Talk, a television motion picture written by Allen and Mark Estrin and produced by Lorimar-Telepictures, scripts for Sail Away, letter by Allen Estrin commenting on the production of the picture, daily footage reels (Mar. 30-Apr. 9, 1990), Bare Essentials videotape and review, and a 1/2" beta videotape of Warm Hearts, Cold Feet, the Jan. 18, 1987 CBS Movie of the Week version of Baby Talk