Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence; mss. of writings; extensive notes about European diplomacy in the 1830s and the South Soviet zadruga; thousands of photos, chiefly from the Soviet Union (1945-1955), representing Soviet, Chinese, and East European political figures, such as Mao Tse-Tung, György Lukács, and Boris Spasskiĭ, and Westerners, including Enrico Berlinguer and Pablo Neruda; subject files and mimeographed and printed matter, including material on Inter-University Committee on Travel Grants; papers on Soviet studies distributed by St. Antony's College, Oxford University; U.S. State Dept. research reports; and works by Mosely. Correspondents include Victor Chernov and George Kennan
Rutgers University Libraries
Papers (1858-1941) of the De Yoe-Lydecker family of Passaic and Bergen counties, N.J.; diary (1917-1918); papers (ca. 1930-1962) on politics of Paterson and Passaic County, N.J., and on national issues; notes and articles on the history of Passaic and Bergen counties, N.J., Paterson, N.J. and Rockland County, N.Y.
Montana Historical Society,-- Library and Archives Dept
Topics include his early life in the Judith Basin; the communities of Harlowton, Judith Gap, Martinsdale, and Twodot; small town medical care; his work as a Boy Scout master during the late 1920s; Prohibition; the 1930s Depression; his undergraduate education at Montana State College in Bozeman during the early 1930s; his legal education at Montana State University in Missoula during the mid-1930s; his campaigns for elective office during the 1950s and 1960s; McCarthyism; communism; state and national politics; U.S. Senator Burton K. Wheeler; drug enforcement; and his career as a justice on the Montana Supreme Court
Herbert Hoover Presidential Library-Museum
Material relating to Herbert Hoover including invitations, clippings, photographs, itineraries, programs, Republican convention material, holograph notes and doodles made by Hoover, and memorabilia collected by Myra McGrath and Dorothy Eastman during their years as secretaries to Hoover until his death
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Political speeches (1928-1931), including speeches for Myers's 1928 U.S. Senate campaign; correspondence and other papers relating to Democratic Party politics and Myers's career as an Indianapolis lawyer, state legislator, and assistant postmaster general of the U.S. (1940-1953); and newspaper and magazine clippings relating to Myers's career and the Democratic Party. Correspondents include Charles W. Fairbanks, Frederick Landis, H.L. Mencken, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Matthew E. Welsh, and Claude R. Wickard
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence; writings, including short stories, newspaper articles, film criticism, mss. of One in a Billion (1974), The Old Gentleman (1974), Hollywood Encounter (1976), a translation from the French of Louis Verneil's Long Live the King and The Human Nature of Playwriting (1949), and translations, programs, mss., and finished version of The Jazz Singer (1925), The Magnificent Heel (1930), The Wooden Stripper (1934), Accent on Youth (1935), White Man (1938), Skylark (1939), Jason (1942), The Perfect Marriage (1944), Hilda Crane (1950), The Peanut Bag (1967), and an unproduced Israeli-American play (1971); and other papers. Includes transcriptions of an oral history interview by Columbia University oral history project, taped interviews by Robert Carringer, and family discussion tapes with comments by his wife, Dorothy Wegman Raphaelson, son, Joel Raphaelson, and daughter-in-law, Mary Kay Raphaelson, relating to childhood in New York and Chicago, University of Illinois, writing, ... Read More
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Entries relating to Christensen's experiences as a student in Brookline, Mass. (1893-1895), as a businessman involved in lumber, hardware, petroleum, real estate, automobile, and truck farming enterprises as well as operation of corncob pipe and barrel factories; consistent daily or weekly entries provide information re the Christensen family; school activities; sporting events; leisure-time activities; meetings and entertainments of the Ribaut Club; meetings of civic organizations, including the Beaufort County Citizens League, Beaufort Boosters Club, Beaufort Rotary Club, Beaufort Chamber of Commerce, Beaufort Town Council (1909-1911), Beaufort County Commissioners, and area Democratic clubs; the political career of Frederik Christensen's brother, Niels Christensen, Jr.; deaths of area citizens; court cases tried in Beaufort; weather and crop conditions; fires and natural disasters, including the hurricane of 1893; and economic conditions
Boston University,-- Dept. of Special Collections
Manuscripts, research material, printed material, and photographs
University of Washington Libraries
Correspondence, speeches, writings, and other papers, relating to Humphrey's activities as member of U.S. House of Representatives (1903-1917) and Federal Trade Commission (1925-1934). Persons represented include Frances W. Cushman, Clarence C. Dill, Addison G. Foster, Albert Johnson, Hiram Johnson, Gifford Pinchot, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Theodore Roosevelt
Rutgers University Libraries
Correspondence file (45 cu. ft.); technical files (290 cu. ft.) relating to products tested by Consumers' Research, including product information and specific test results; general files (330 cu. ft.) including information relating to consumer services not suitable for laboratory testing; administrative files (85 cu. ft.) concerning organization and operation, including material relating to aims and policies, management and personnel, finances, circulation of publications, publicity, and speeches; government war preparations files (25 cu. ft.) relating to the effects of World War II on consumers; and files on Consumers Union (20 cu. ft.). Includes files on individuals and organizations it labeled communist, left wing, or fellow traveler. Products and services investigated include advertising, automobiles, business, cameras, consumer and cooperative organizations, economic and business theory, electric toasters, fraud, front organizations, insurance, lawn mowers, medicine, politics, ... Read More


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