University of Guelph
The collection includes catalogues, leaflets, newspaper article, correspondence, banquet menus, 25 b&w photographs; magazines related to Massey-Harris Companies in Batavia, N.Y., Racine, Wisconsin, etc.; also general history and background of Massey-Ferguson (not just U.S.). Two oversize files contain advertisements for Massey-Harris implements and National Farm Equipment Week; 1878 and 1885 certificates of incorporation for J.I. Case Plow Company
University of Guelph
Founded in 1976, Theatre On The Move toured Ontario with Canadian plays for young audiences. Financial difficulties caused the company to close in 1995
University of Guelph
Fonds is divided into four series: finance, administration, personnel and publications. Records consist of ledgers for accounts, membership and inventories; legal and administrative documents; personnel records; and some correspondence
University of Guelph
Artifacts stored in Annex include two straw skeps, two Langstroth Queen mating nucleus, and one Langstroth hive stand
University of Guelph
Also includes "Home & Country" photos, historical tour and sites of Ontario, W.I. Home & Service, Home Economics directors, Guelph Holiday 196?, centennial celebrations, banquet, bursary recipients
University of Guelph
Eastern Washington State Historical Society
Articles of incorporation, legal agreements, maps, and handbill announcing the testing of water mains
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, reports, newspapers, and tape-recorded interview, relating to Pritchett's activities as labor leader and first president of International Woodworkers of America (1936-1940). Includes material relating to the Communist Party and United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America. Persons represented include O.M. Orton and Lee Pressman. Also included is a copy of Union newspaper-IWA Local 180 bulletin, centennial edition, 1971 containing Pritchett's historical account of IWA
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Business records series includes certificate of incorporation, bylaws, task force and committee correspondence, résumés of personnel, financial statements (1974-1979), minutes, and other records. Planning series, arranged in four subseries (Preliminary planning, Local architects, National architects, and Planning and design), contains files of Arts Development Associates, Minneapolis, Minn.; files of Red River Valley Historical Society; papers of Clyde B. Schroeder, architectural student at North Dakota State University who was responsible for the "bridge" concept between the two communities; files of local architects Foss Engelstad Foss; and various documents relating to the planning and design of the project. Grants and donors series includes information concerning support and funding of Dayton Hudson Foundation, Kresge Foundation, Minnesota Historical Society, North Dakota American Bicentennial Commission, National Endowment for the Arts, North Dakota Council on the Arts and ... Read More
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Correspondence (2 boxes), chiefly between Benson and merchant shipowners Charles Brewer (Charles Brewer & Co.), discussing cargoes, provisions, repairs and other business matters involving the Martha Davis, including some letters between Benson's wife, Rebecca W. Benson, and the company regarding his estate and financial matters; shipping papers for the Viking (1865-1869) and Martha Davis (1873-1877); stamped and addressed envelopes (ca. 1876-1888) of the Martha Davis . Papers written by his daughter, Clara Benson are also included in the collection. The Benson's visited ports such as Hong Kong, Honolulu, and Boston