State Historical Society of Iowa
This collection includes meeting minutes; correspondence between Commission members and architects Francis Asbury Robinson, F.A. Abrahamson, Lawrence E. Foglesong, etc.; specifications; plant lists; and blueprints for plantings prepared by Foglesong
State Historical Society of Iowa
Correspondence, commercial records, and miscellaneous documents of Jeremiah Smith Jr. Includes letters related to Smith's claims for compensation for losses from the U.S. government. Also contains four ledgers from Smith's general store with itemized transactions by customers such as Chief Black Hawk and Chief Keokuk. Miscellaneous papers include a license to trade with the Sac and Fox tribe, a pass for safe conduct through the Half Breed Tract, and land deeds
State Library of Victoria
Collection of papers relating to Federation, including letters from Charles Pridham referring to a national capital, and printed items. Collection comprises 15 original manuscript items and 46 printed items. Includes letters from Charles Pridham to Sir James McCulloch, 28 June 1876, and to D. Gillies; letter from E. Carlile to E.J. Thomas, Sydney, 27 February 1891; printed letters relating to Federation from D. Gillies to Sir Henry Parkes and from James Service to Robert Stout, Premier of New Zealand
University of New Mexico - Zimmerman Library
The collection consists of a map, "The Original Settlers of San Gabriel" and a list of the "Colonists & Soldiers who Accompanied Don Juan de Oñate to New Mexico in 1598 & Established the First Capital of New Mexico, San Gabriel." Research for the creation of both items was conducted by Antonio Gilberto Espinosa. The list of colonists and soldiers was found in the Scholes collection (MSS 360), with questionable provenance. Since it is the companion piece to the map, it was incorporated into this collection in April 2000
Nebraska State Capitol Archives
Shop drawings (usually working and as-built drawings by function), from contributing contractors, manufacturers, and suppliers, generally approved by the architects Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue and Bertram G. Goodhue Associates -- Firms represented include American Sheet Metal Works (location unknown, 15 unique titles, 15 copies), Art Metal Construction Co. (Kansas City, Mo., 16, 48), Eli Berman Co. (New York, N.Y., 6, 6), Alfred Blum Co. (Omaha, Neb., 13, 13), J.S. Heath Co. (Waukegan, Ill., 1, 1), Irving & Casson (New York, N.Y., 1, 2), William H. Jackson Co. (New York, N.Y., 3, 4), Kinnear Manufacturing Co. (Columbus, Ohio, 6, 11), David Lupton's Sons Co. (Chicago, Ill., 11, 22), Moeschl Edwards Company (Cincinnati, Ohio, 1, 2), Mosler Safe Co. (Kansas City, Mo., 3, 6), John Polachek Bronze & Iron Co. (Long Island, N.Y., 1, 1), Richards-Wilcox Manufacturing Co. (Aurora, Ill., 2, 2), Richmond Fireproof Door Co. (Richmond, Ind., 1, 2), Standard Planing Mills (Lincoln, Neb., 1, 3), and ... Read More
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
This collection documents the donation of the Civil War sword of Thomas Jackson Cate to the State of Massachusetts
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Contents of the cornerstone laid Sept. 5, 1883 of the North Dakota State Capitol which was in 1883, burned down 1930, and reconstructed in 1933/1934, in Bismarck. Includes correspondence, program of dedication ceremony, calling cards, North Dakota newspapers, and speech by Governor Nehemiah Ordway
Nebraska State Capitol Archives
Shop drawings (usually working and as-built drawings by function) from contributing contractors, manufacturers, and suppliers to the construction of the Nebraska State Capitol, Lincoln, Neb., generally approved by the architects Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue and Bertram G. Goodhue Associates -- Firms represented include Baldwin Brass Works (location unknown, 1 unique title, 1 copy), Garden City Plating & Mfg. Co. (Chicago, Ill., 1, 1), General Bronze Corporation (Long Island, N.J., 11, 13), Newman Manufacturing Co. (Cincinnati, Ohio, 29, 34), Omaha Steel Works (Omaha, Neb., 247, 867), B. Ridgway & Son (Philadelphia, Pa., 2, 3), and Wisconsin Iron & Wire Works (Milwaukee, Wis., 39, 46)
Arkansas History Commission
Manuscript and typescript copies
Arkansas History Commission
Correspondence, deeds, certificates, plats, field notes, contracts, lease, receipt, power of attorney, and other papers relating to land grants, claims, titles, and to the surveying, sales, purchase, and leasing of land in and around Little Rock, Ark. Over half of the material pertains to the initial settlement of the townsite of Little Rock and to the controversy (1819-1822) over title to the townsite growing out of the preemption claims of William Russell and the "New Madrid certificate" claims of Stephen Austin, James Bryan, William M. O'Hara, Chester Ashley, et al. Most of the sixteen items dated from 1845 are from Knight's private papers. Other persons represented include Solon Borland, Wright Daniels, Eloy Dejarbois, Henry Elliott, Francis Lesieur, Joseph Thornhill, Isaac Watkins, and Amos Wheeler

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