Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
Works of art; writings by Plochmann; correspondence; gallery files; exhibition and art fair files; files on art organizations; project files; files regarding Plochamnn's work; a videotape; photographs; printed material; and miscellany documenting Plochmann's career as a figure and still life painter
University of Iowa
The Wise-Clark family papers consist primarily of correspondence between family members. The long courtship of Samuel A. Clark and Matilda Wise (which lasted throughout most of the Civil War) generated a good deal of correspondence. They also corresponded with other friends and relatives, many of whom were in the military
Illinois Wesleyan University - Ames Library
The Leslie C. Arends Collection documents his career as a United States representative from Illinois's 17th congressional district and as Republican assistant floor leader in the House of Representatives from 1943 until his retirement in January 1975. The material is divided into ten record groups described separately in a finding aid
Loyola University Chicago - Cudahy/Lewis Library
Most of the collection consists of notes and minutes from their monthly meetings, and also their three central annual events, May Fellowship Day, World Day of Prayer, and World Community Day
Loyola University Chicago - Cudahy/Lewis Library
The Arthur L. Berman papers consist of 17 linear feet spanning the years 1977 to 2003 (bulk 1990 to 2002) and contain biographical information, correspondence, press releases, news clippings, photographs, awards, campaign materials and memorabilia
Loyola University Chicago - Cudahy/Lewis Library
Copies of interviews conducted by the Illinois Supreme Court Historic Preservation Commission with former Justices of the Illinois Supreme Court
University of North Carolina at Greensboro
The film and VHS tape show Alford doing movement education (gymnastics) with 5th graders at Glidden School (which no longer exists) in 1968-1969
Utah State Historical Society
Collection contains photographs of LDS missionaries in the Northern States Mission (1912), family photographs, etc
Emory University - Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Collection
Chiefly correspondence, reports, speeches, clippings, printed material, and photos, relating to Cox's tenure (1920-1942) as president of Emory University; together with correspondence, case files, and printed material relating to Atlanta Regional Labor Board, on which Cox served as vice-chairman (1934-1935), and National Labor Relations Board, and material relating to the Cox family and Civil War service of Christopher Columbus Cox in 34th Illinois Infantry Regiment. Correspondents include Martha Berry, Corra Harris, Herbert Hoover, John M. McCandless, Arthur J. Moore, Raymond B. Nixon, Franklin Nutting Palmer, and Richard B. Russell