Yale University - Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library
The David Low Papers contain correspondence, manuscripts of books and articles, illustrated lectures, letters to the editor, speeches, radio and television scripts, published drawings, Christmas and menu cards, and personal papers that document aspects of the life and career of David Low.
Columbia University - Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Scope and Content The office files of the American Institute of Pacific Relations and the international Institute of Pacific Relations, containing correspondence and reports concerned with international conferences, research programs, and publications programs of both Institutes, and relating to the political, economic, and social problems in eastern and southern Asia and the South Pacific, as well as with problems of American foreign policy. There are many travel letters and on-the-spot reports relating to conditions in China, Japan, Russia, Australia, the Philippines, India, and Pakistan during the period 1933 to 1954. 1990 Addition: I.P.R. materials found in the Papers of Sen. Joseph McCarthy at Marquette University have been added.
Papers include a collection of political correspondence (1896-1922); personal correspondence, business correspondence, primarily concerning the Chattanooga Plow Company, and other material consisting of bills, advertisements, and brochures (1903-1927) -- Also in the collection is a speech (1931) and a diary of Sherman Sanders, son of Newell Sanders, concerning a business trip to Australia in 1912
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Chiefly correspondence with scholars, American and British literary figures, and Civil War veterans, relating to such topics as the Civil War, especially campaigns at Hampton and Norfolk, Va.; the Confederacy; Confederate veterans' organizations; World War I, especially the Meuse-Argonne offensive and Australian troops in Egypt and France; black suffrage; University of Virginia; and British literature; together with class rolls for McCabe's school for boys in Petersburg, and later, Richmond, Va.; autograph book; and address book. Includes papers (1757-1796) of McCabe's ancestor, George Taylor (1716-1781), chiefly relating to his iron business in Easton, Pa
University of Mississippi-- J.D. Williams Library,-- Dept. of Archives and Special Collections
The Russell H. Barrett Collection documents the integration of the University of Mississippi in 1962 and race relations and academic freedom at the University through the early 1970s. In addition, it contains Barrett's academic papers, including rough drafts of his manuscript for Integration of Ole Miss -- Boxes 1 and 2 contain biographical information about Barrett and his correspondence dating from 1959 to 1974. The bulk of correspondence pertains to academic affairs and campus events. It also contains letters from 1962 to 1965 about the integration of the University, including letters Barrett wrote to reporters describing the situation on campus, his correspondence with Assistant Attorney General Burke Marshall, and positive and negative letters he received in reaction to his support for integration. Boxes 3 through 8 contain material related to civil rights, academic freedom, and the publication of Integration at Ole Miss. The bulk of this material dates from 1961 to 1970. Box 3 ... Read More
Letters (1945) to Daniel's wife, Nelle M. Ryan Daniel, written from the South Pacific, Australia, India, Egypt, Italy, and Germany, where Daniel was writing a book on Jesse B. Oldendorf and researching his For Want of a Nail (1948), describing his travels, war devastated cities, and people he interviewed, chiefly in connection with his book on logistics; together with additional letters to his wife (1955) describing his work on the memoirs of Harry Truman, and mss. and some proofs for Admiral Oldendorf's Story, Adventures of Francisco Vasquez de Coronado, Fast Freight to Teheran, Ferdinand Magellan (1964), For Want of a Nail (1948), The Ordeal of the Captive Nations (1958), as well as notes for The Captain Leaves His Ship (1955). Persons represented include Sir Claude John Eyre Auchinleck, Mark W. Clark, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Patrick J. Hurley, Douglas MacArthur, Lord Louis Mountbatten, Chester W. Nimitz, Jesse B. Oldendorf, Pope Pius XII, and Lord Archibald Percival Wavell. ... Read More
Logbook, kept by mate Frederick Hussey, relating to a whaling voyage to the Indian Ocean -- Includes descriptions of types of whales seen or taken and helping in the escape of Irish writer John Boyle O'Reilly from a penal colony in Australia; and original poems written and signed by O'Reilly
Fifty-one letters written by Stanley Powell, of Carmel, Me., from Australia, Philippines, and Okinawa; 45 letters of Norman Powell written from Brookley, Ala., Shipdham and Bristol, England, Staten Island, N.Y., and Fort Devens, Mass.; and letters written from Powell cousins
University of Chicago - Special Collections Research Center
Contains correspondence and press clippings. Also includes copies of the Bulletin. Topics covered include conditions at universities in South Africa and Tasmania and the Committee's support of Hungarian scholars following the Hungarian Revolution
Papers (1947-1969) of scientist Leonids Slaucītājs (1899-1971) are mainly about geomagnetism. Also included are memoirs; biographical materials; publications; and materials relating to his activities in the arts