Commonwealth of Massachusetts State Archives
The Revolutionary War Bicentennial Commission (or Massachusetts Bicentennial Commission) was established in 1964 to plan the observance by Massachusetts of the bicentennial of the historic events preceding the Revolutionary War. As such it helped to prepare, arrange, and coordinate bicentennial events throughout the state. Series was created to administer application for and funding of matching grants for cities and towns for bicentennial projects and activities (awarded by the Executive Office of Education, per St 1974, c 686) and to organize and oversee events, contests, and programs sponsored by the commission
University of Tennessee at Martin - Paul Meek Library
Consists of correspondence and photographs from 1926 to 1947 when he was a student at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville, taught at the University of Tennessee Junior College, worked in the Civilian Conservation Corps and served in the United States military before, during and after the Second World War. Includes financial and business records from the Humphreys County Telephone Company (1899-1994), the records and correspondence of the City of Martin Centennial (1973), the American Bicentennial Commission of Tennessee (1973-1976), the Dresden Sesquicentennial (1975), the Tennessee Conservation Commission (1975-1980), the Northwest Tennessee Joint Humanities Project (1978-1979), the Tennessee Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution (1936-1938), and the unit history and photographs of the 105th Engineering Battalion of the Tennessee National Guard (1941-1960), along with Conservation Plan maps and aerial photographs of Weakley County grave sites
University of Tennessee at Martin - Paul Meek Library
Consists of correspondence and records produced by the Tennessee Bicentennial Commission from 1993 to 1996. The bulk of the records are project and program proposals for grants. Includes mission statement, amendments, by-laws, news releases, committee meetings, financial reports, contracts and agreements
Central Connecticut State University - Elihu Burritt Library
Scrapbooks contains program and pictures of Nov. 29th 1983 celebration of the 50th anniversary of business education at Central Connecticut State University (formerly Teachers College and subsequently Central Connecticut State College), newspaper cllipings and correspondence related to the event
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
A small collection of booklets, advertising matter, invitations, printed plans, and views of the celebration of the 150th anniversary of American Independence
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
This collection includes material relating to the personal and professional activities of Edward and Elizabeth Dwyer, and also includes some material relating to their children, Nancy and John, Elizabeth's parents, Helen and William McLachlan, as well as genealogical material and photographs. Series 1 contains personal correspondence, educational history, and documents relating to Edward Dwyer's civic and cultural activities. Dwyer's professional activities are represented in Series 2, which also includes printed and legal materials pertaining to the companies and associations with which he was affiliated. Elizabeth Dwyer's materials include financial records, correspondence, documents relating to her civic and philanthropic activities, academic papers, employment records, and genealogical material. Also included is material related to both Edward and Elizabeth Dwyer, such as correspondence, legal documents, and materials relating to their extensive international travel. Series 5 ... Read More
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
Excerpts of sermons, 1865, delivered to Bible-Christian Church audiences on various subjects on the occasion of Lincoln's death
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
Constitution with lists of members. Also miscellaneous pieces of correspondence, receipts and accounts
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
Photographs, newspaper clippings, articles, and astronomical calculations pertaining to the birth of David Rittenhouse