University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chiefly correspondence, financial and legal materials, speeches and writings, subject files, and other papers relating to the Southern Regional Council, 1951-1971; Penn Community Services, 1947-1965; and North Carolinians Against the Death Penalty, 1964-1971. The papers document Wright's association with these organizations and his interest in human rights, desegregation, the abolition of the death penalty, and civil liberties. Correspondents include Guy B. Johnson, James McBride Dabbs, Raymond Wheeler, Benjamin Mayo, Paul E. Green, and Wright's wife, Alice Spearman Wright
Tennessee State Library and Archives
Original political cartoons, correspondence, writings, and photographs. Cartoons cover the subjects of aeronautics, charity, defense & foreign affairs, the economy, education, holidays, industry, labor & employment, politics & government, recreation, safety, and seasons. Also included are materials related to Knox's two books, Riverman and America's Tennessee Walking Horse. Correspondence includes letters about Knox's father's restoration of the Civil War locomotive, "General," as well as personal letters from Dwight D. Eisenhower, Lyndon B. Johnson, and Richard M. Nixon
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Correspondence, memoranda, minutes, speeches, writings, reports, notes, testimony, interviews, oral histories, briefing books, statements, cables, agendas, appointment and scheduling files, confirmation hearings, legislative files, polls, campaign files, constituent casework and issue mail, service academy appointment files, press releases, newsletters, financial records, family papers, genealogies, news clippings, printed matter, memorabilia, photographs, and other papers concerning Rumsfeld's service as U.S. representative from Illinois, White House official, U.S. secretary of defense, U.S. ambassador to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, and chair of various public commissions. Also documents his activities in the private sector including executive positions and board memberships in corporate businesses and nonprofit organizations
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Correspondence, diaries, speeches, writings, television scripts, family papers, financial records, scrapbooks, photographs, and other papers relating chiefly to her work as a pioneering woman in television journalism and to her leading role in the social life of Washington, D.C. Includes material pertaining to her production companies, Nancy Dickerson and Company and the Television Corporation of America; Dickerson's television news documentaries; her Fox News commentaries; and her syndicated program "Inside Washington." Subject files pertain primarily to national politics and political figures and include material relating to Lyndon B. Johnson and his family and the Kennedy family. Also includes material pertaining to Merrywood, the Dickerson estate in McLean, Va., and Dickerson's letters to her family detailing her early days in Washington working on Capitol Hill and her start in journalism
Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens
The papers of Edwin P. Hubble include manuscripts and reprints of his articles, papers, public lectures, addresses, etc., scientific documentation for his papers, logbooks of photographic plates taken by Hubble at Mount Wilson and Palomar Observatories, diaries and biographical memoirs of his wife Grace Burke Hubble, professional, personal, and social correspondence, photographs, medals and awards, a scrapbook assembled by Grace Hubble, newspaper clippings, etc
Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens
Professional and personal papers and correspondence of Edwin Francis Gay documenting his career at the Harvard University, the New York Evening Post, and the Huntington Library and his civil service, with some papers related to the National Bureau of Economic Research. Included are materials on European economic recovery after World War I, international economic relations after World War II, U.S. business, and Gay's voluminous research notes on European and American economic history -- Included are Gay's notes on the Temple family papers in the Stowe collection
Graduate Theological Union - Special Collections and Archives
The bishop and the pastoral relationship -- The christian in the modern world -- The Fellowship of Reconciliation (2 editions) -- Lambeth and unity -- The Liberal evangelicals message in our church today -- No escape from decision -- Reunion and the world mission of the church -- The ruling eldership -- So holy oracle of God -- Time for decision -- Edward L. Parsons autobiography
Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens
The collection is semi-cataloged and consists entirely of the incoming correspondence to Farmers & Merchants Bank of Sheyenne, N.D. between 1907 and 1942. It is arranged alphabetically by author then by recipient. Prominent among the addressees are bank employees Henry Grinde, Joseph E. Johnson, John F. Swenson, Emil. B. Norin, and Alfred Garnaas. Though largely prosaic in their content, the correspondence reveals the thoughts and feelings of the Swedish immigrant farmers the bank served throughout the northern Plains, with correspondence from all over the United States and some from as far away as Sweden and Norway. The letters highlight salient historical events such as political turmoil in Europe during World War I, comparisons of agricultural conditions in the United States and Sweden, and the individual financial crises brought on by the Great Depression. Subjects in the collection include: Agriculture of the Great Plains; Indians in North Dakota; 20th century agricultural ... Read More
Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens
Personal papers of John Vincent Martin, chiefly his family correspondence, with some comments on politics, religion, race, economics, and history
College of Charleston - Marlene and Nathan Addlestone Library
Correspondence, programs, publications, newspaper clippings, speeches, photographs, photo albums, scrapbooks, awards, certificates, financial material, and personal files of L. Mendel Rivers (1905-1970), Democratic United States Representative from South Carolina's 1st Congressional District from 1941 to 1970. Materials primarily relate to Rivers' service in Congress with topics including the Cold War, Vietnam War, the Charleston Naval Shipyard, the United States Armed Forces, military pay raises, the draft, and nuclear-powered submarines. Materials were collected by various Rivers family members


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