University of Maryland
Collection documents the career of Helen J. Sioussat, director of Talks Department, CBS. Types of documents include: correspondence, memoranda, press releases, scrapbooks, periodicals, photographs. Notable correspondents include Richard M. Nixon, Kitty Carlisle, Herbert Hoover, Thomas E. Dewey, J. Edgar Hoover, Bess Truman, Edward R. Murrow
New York State Library - Manuscripts and Special Collections
The photographic material includes three boxes of magic lantern slides showing carillons in the U.S. and Canada, the League of Nations building in Geneva and scenes from the Netherlands. Many of these pictures were used in Rice's carillon books
Library of Congress,-- Manuscript Division
Personal and business files consisting of correspondence, diaries, memoir, memoranda, reports, speeches, printed matter, newspaper clippings, and photographs, relating to Horner's career in transportation, chiefly as an executive with General Motors Corporation. The collection reflects the development of motor truck and bus transportation in the U.S. and abroad and efforts to coordinate these modes with railroad transport. Includes material on Horner's involvement with General Managers' Association of New York, Joint Committee of Railroads and Highway Users, National Automobile Chamber of Commerce, National Transportation Committee (headed by Calvin Coolidge), National Transportation Conference (1923), Society of Automotive Engineers, and World Engineering Congress in Tokyo (1929). Topics include transportation legislation, regulation, safety, and taxation. Also includes material relating to Horner's involvement with various New York City civic organizations such as the Charity ... Read More
Library of Congress,-- Manuscript Division
Correspondence, memoranda, ship diaries, lecture and research notes, drafts of speeches and writings, reports, rosters, biographical materials, photos, and other papers, relating chiefly to Furlong's service in the U.S. Navy; together with materials relating to his book, So Proudly We Hail: The History of the United States Flag (1981). Topics include naval ordnance, the American occupation of Veracruz Llave, Mexico (1914), Furlong's World War I service as a gunnery observer with the British Grand Fleet and in intelligence work on German submarine activities, work of the American Samoan Commission in the 1920s and early 1930s, World War II service as commander of the navy yard at Pearl Harbor, and the salvage and repair of ships sunk in the attack on Pearl Harbor. Correspondents include Donald C. Bingham, Herbert Hoover, Charles B. McVay, William A. Moffett, and Margaret Chase Smith
Herbert Hoover Presidential Library-Museum
Correspondence, memorandums, minutes, a draft report, and material about hearings (1954-1964) relating to the Commission on Organization of the Executive Branch of the Government (also known as the Second Hoover Commission); together with a report from the First Hoover Commission (1948) -- .Correspondents represented include Herbert Hoover, Charles R. Hook, Robert S. McNamara, and John W. McCormack
Mystic Seaport Museum,-- G.W Blunt White Library
Correspondence, diaries, genealogical and biographical material, logbooks, cashbooks, ledgers, daybooks and other business records, newspaper clippings, printed material, racing records of family yachts, statistical data on vessels owned and/or built by the family, estate records, minute books, stock certificate book, family history, and other papers -- Persons represented include founder Charles Mallory (1796-1882), operator of a sail loft in Mystic who expanded his operations to shipbuilding, shipping, whaling, and fishing; his son, Charles Henry Mallory (1818-1890), manager of the branch office in New York who formed his own shipping and commission house, C.H. Mallory & Co. (in partnership with Elihu Spicer), which built vessels for the Union Navy during the Civil War and operated steamship lines between New York, the Gulf Coast, and the West Indies; Henry Rogers Mallory, president of the company in 1893, which was reorganized in 1906 to become the Atlantic, Gulf, and West Indies ... Read More
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Papers reflecting Wardwell's service (1917-1918) as commander of American Red Cross Mission to Russia, his involvement, as chairman of Russian Famine Fund, in efforts to support trade with and aid to Russia (1919-1924), and his participation in the 1941 W.A. Harriman-Lord Beaverbrook mission to Russia. Includes correspondence, Wardwell's diary of his trip to Russia in the fall of 1922, reports, documents, many photos, and other papers. Correspondents include Georgii╠ć Chicherin, Herbert Hoover, Leon Trotsky, and Raymond Robins
American Jewish Archives
Correspondence (1915-1933) exchanged between Ochs, publisher of the New York Times, and numerous notable individuals including politicians, newspapermen, painters, and ambassadors. Subject discussed include national and international news, conferences, cultural matters, and Jewish affairs. Many writers express their appreciation for the understanding kindness of his in handling the news, his friendship, and his hospitality. Important correspondents include Thomas A. Edison, Douglas Fairbanks, Charles A. Lindbergh, Louis Marshall, Herbert Hoover, Calvin Coolidge, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Henry Stimson, and William Howard Taft
Washington State University - Holland Library
Correspondence, and other papers, primarily dealing with the Columbia Basin Irrigation League, concerning the Columbia Basin Project
Denver Public Library
Collection contains letters from Herbert Hoover (1917) and Charles W. Fairbanks (1910) and handwritten copy of article: What is Conservation (n.d.).


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