University of Washington
Professor of sociology, University of Washington
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, case reports, censuses, committee reports, service records, military addresses, and other records of the Simsbury War Bureau; records of Company K, 1st Regiment, Connecticut Home Guard; lists of names and addresses of enlisted service personnel from northern Connecticut, including casualty list; clippings; and other materials, relating to World War I service by Simsbury, Conn., residents. Persons represented include Herbert S. Comstock and Charles Quinn
University of Washington Libraries,-- University Archives
Correspondence, research notes, mss. of published and unpublished writings, and other papers, relating to Woolston's teaching and research activities. Includes papers relating to American Sociological Society, Pacific Sociological Society, Social Science Research Council, Civil Protection School of U.S. War Dept. at University of Washington, and Washington State Planning Council
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, minutes, membership lists, activity files, subject files on civil defense, environmental issues, and war tax evasion, lecture series files, financial records, newsletters, and related materials from organizations with similar interests
U.S. Coast Guard Historian's Office
Interview with Adm. James Loy, USCG Commandant, concerning the Coast Guard's response to the 11 September 2001 terrorist attacks and the impact those attacks have had on the Coast Guard service -- Topics include the Coast Guard's moving the East Coast center of operations to Portsmouth, Va.; the Guard's relationship with the U.S. Navy; the streamlined Coast Guard preceding the 9/11 attacks; the Guard's deepwater program; the role of technology in the Guard's future; flexibility in the Guard's organization and multi-mission character; the Guard's reserve call up immediately following 9/11; the Guard's role in national security including security of U.S. ports and waterways; Admiral Loy's previous combat experience commanding a USCG cutter during the Vietnamese Conflict; officer's role during times of crises and the importance of organizational leadership and vision; Admiral Loy's two years as USCG Chief of Staff and his work in rebuilding the planning, programming, and budgeting system ... Read More
Historical Society of Delaware
Interviews by the Colonial Dames (formally known as National Society of the Colonial Dames of America in the State of Delaware) of Delawareans covering a wide range of topics. Includes tape recordings and transcriptions of interviews of the following people: Mary Louis Mayer Tilghman on growing up in Dover in the early 20th century; Carolyn Thoroughgood on history of the Delaware coast and development of the College of Marine Studies at the University of Delaware; Elizabeth Johnson Marvel Quigg on growing up in Sussex County in the early 20th century; John R. Fader on Newark in the early 20th century; Horace Hotchkiss relating to historic preservation in Odessa, including the work of H. Rodney Sharp; James L. Latchun regarding growing up in Milford in the 1920s and 1930s; Wilson S. Davis on his life as a Moor in Delaware; John A.H. Sweeney relating to early days at the Winterthur Museum; Eugenia Eckford Rhoads concerning art in Delaware, 1929-1988; Helen Williams Griffith on growing ... Read More
Nantucket Historical Association
Printed map on wood illustrating Nantucket, Mass., north to the Cliff, the harbor to east, Milestone Rd., to the south, and Crooked Lane to the west; typed key listing wardens and telephone numbers; and handwritten list explaining who the wardens were and where they lived
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Personal and professional papers relating to Peabody's legal and political career and his tenure as assistant director of U.S. Office of Emergency Planning. Includes material on United States-Mexico Border Development and Friendship Commission, Hubert Humphrey's 1968 presidential campaign, and Massachusetts gubernatorial campaigns
Maine Historical Society
Printed information about civilian defense and the atomic bomb as they relate to Maine -- Includes "What every Maine doctor should know about the defense against the atomic bomb" (reprinted from "The Journal of the Maine Medical Association," v. XXXXI, no. 7, July, 1950, p. 284," "List of slides on effects of atomic weapons, Office Civil Defense and Public Safety, State House, Augusta, Maine," technical bulletins, and a "chart for organization in counties.".
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, clippings, photos, programs, publications, and scrapbooks relating to the soybean industry, crop production and research, Agronomy Dept., civilian defense (1942-45), Oklahoma schools, Oklahoma A & M College, Eugene Davenport, agricultural journalism, phosphates, harvesting cereal crops, corn, soil surveys, soybeans, cold resistance of plants, and wartime crop production


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