University of South Carolina
Family letters, political correspondence, speeches, and a volume of newspaper clippings; includes genealogical information on the Ansel and Cleveland families
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, editorials written by Sherman as editor of Springfield (Mass.) Union and editor and publisher of Hartford Courant, responses to the editorials, record of a trip to Europe under the sponsorship of Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, of which he was a trustee, transcript relating to art history, information pertaining to Dartmouth College, Hanover, N.H., from which he graduated and national political affairs, photos, ephemera, and other papers. Correspondents include Bernard Baruch, William E. Borah, Nicholas Butler, Calvin Coolidge, Wilbur L. Cross, Herbert Hoover, Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, Frederic Collin Walcott, Wendell Willkie, and numerous legislators, educators, government officials, and business executives
Montana State University--Bozeman Libraries,-- Merrill G. Burlingame Special Collections
As a public figure Wheeler appeared on many newsreel productions of the day, including those done by the Hearst Company. The images on these tapes represent gleanings from those films that were found by the UCLA Film and Television Archive by searching through their subject reference catalog for Wheeler, the America First Committee, and the Supreme Court debate of 1937. The films have been dubbed in random order, and there is duplication between the images found on cassettes 1, 2, and 3. Most of the clips on these cassettes are unedited and much extraneous material is included. Cassette 4 has been edited to include only the relevant Wheeler images
Arkansas History Commission
Correspondence, literary mss., speeches, lectures, reminiscences, historical and biographical sketches, eulogies, essays, genealogical notes, notebooks, memoranda, scrapbooks, clippings, poems, newspapers, printed material, other papers, and memorabilia of Wallace, relating to the Arkansas Democratic Party, to the Democratic national campaigns of 1896, 1908, 1916, 1924, and 1928, the prohibition movement, Wallace's interest in Arkansiana and in Arkansas history and literature, to his political career, and to family and personal affairs. Includes material on his career as an orator and lecturer for Confederate veteran associations, the Democratic National Committee Speakers Bureau, the League of Nations Non-Partisan Association, Inc., the Anti-Saloon League, Chautauqua circuits, and other enterprises. Persons represented include Frederick William Allsopp, James Henderson Berry, Clifton Rodes Breckinridge, and Charles Hillman Brough
Montana State University--Bozeman Libraries, Merrill G. Burlingame Special Collections
One reel of microfilmed Thomas H. Carter letters located at the Library of Congress; a letter of explanation regarding the microfilm's creation; a copy of the original Reader's Request for Photo Duplication of selected Carter Papers prepared by M.G. Burlingame in 1965; typed transcriptions which are a sampling of the 1000 pages of letters contained on the microfilm; and an untitled, undated biographical sketch of the Carter family by Thomas's sister Julia Carter Lang. Correspondents include Edwin Beattie, Bishop John Carroll, O.M. Lanstrum, A.W. Miles, Martin Maginnis, Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, and various Federal government departments and Montana businesses and organizations
Montana State University--Bozeman Libraries,-- Merrill G. Burlingame Special Collections
The Burton K. Wheeler papers consist mainly of speeches and writings he made while a U.S. senator. Topics covered include Nicaragua, farm relief, tariffs, interstate bus control, the Works Progress Administration (WPA), and Progressives. The papers also include campaign material from 1940 and 1946 as well as newspaper clippings from throughout Wheeler's life
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
A young black boy in the early 1900s hears his community talk about moving to Canada to escape the prejudices and problems they face in the United States
Nebraska State Historical Society
Correspondence, legislative bill files, committee files, and appointment and subject files, relating to Howell's service in the U.S. Senate. Topics include agriculture, farm relief, public utilities, public power, and radio broadcasting
American Jewish Archives
Correspondence, minutes, reports, notes, printed matter, and miscellaneous items concerning Weil's education and youth, his World War I work and politics, and his many community activities and interests. Included is material relating to the Boy Scouts of America, the Jewish Committee on Scouting, the Jewish Education Committee, the National Jewish Welfare Board, the President's Committee on Religion and Welfare in the Armed Forces, the United Service Organizations, and the Young Men's Hebrew Association
University of Houston
This collection includes two naval uniforms and a panoramic photograph


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