Danville Public Library,-- Archives
Reports (1970-1976), annual reports (1970-1974), maps, files on urban and functional open space, cultural resources, and natural resources, and planning factors reports (1973) on eighteen cities and villages in Vermilion County, Ill
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence; mss. of writings by Vorobʹev and others, relating to such topics as ethnography, agriculture, and horticulture in the Black Sea region; diaries (1940s) recording his professional activities; contracts, receipts, and other documents; subject files covering a variety of topics, including antisemitism, flora in the Kuban River region, the "dance of death", and Obshchestvo okhranenii︠a︡ russkikh kulʹturnykh t︠s︡ennosteĭ (Society for the Preservation of Russian Cultural Antiquity) in Paris, France, of which Vorobʹev was secretary; and articles, clippings, maps, and other printed matter
National Gallery of Art
Includes copies of three confidential Consolidated Interrogation Reports in typescript issued by the Art Looting Investigation Unit (ALIU) of the Office of Strategic Services of the U.S. Army with the following titles and authors: (1) Activity of the Einsatzstab Rosenberg in France by J.S. Plaut; (2) The Goering Collection by Theodore Rousseau, Jr. and (3) Linz: Hitler's Museum and Library by S.L. Faison, Jr. The last has holograph annotations, a memo, lecture notes, clippings and a letter inserted. Also includes copies of thirteen confidential Detailed Interrogation Reports in typescript on individual Nazi officials connected with art looting during World War II. Some of these have correspondence between Faison and others inserted in them. There is also a photocopy of typescript notes by Faison on his role in investigating art looting for a lecture at Williams College in 1986. Also includes three photographs of people involved in the ALIU and a postcard of Altaussee, Austria
Louisiana State University - Special Collections
Papers of David Weeks and family consist of personal and business papers of the Weeks, Moore, Conrad, and Gibson families of New Iberia, La., and southern Louisiana. A sizable portion of the papers document the life and work of William Weeks Hall, David Weeks' great-grandson, an artist, preservationist, and horticulturist who restored Shadows on the Teche and its gardens
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Sir Antony Hoare is Senior Researcher at Microsoft Research in Cambridge, England, and Research/Professor Emeritus at the University of Oxford. Hoare is the recipient of the A.M. Turing Award for fundamental contributions to the definition and design of programming languages. He has also been awarded the Kyoto Prize in Advanced Technology for pioneering and fundamental contributions to software science. In this oral history Hoare recounts his personal involvement in the development of academic computing science and education at The Queen's University, Belfast, Northern Ireland, and at the University of Oxford. He discusses his long-time interest in building bridges between university computing science departments and industry. Hoare also details his current work at Microsoft Research in applying assertions and other scientific techniques and theory to industrial operations. He discusses his advocacy of assertions in the maintenance and transformation of legacy code. Hoare also ... Read More
State Library of Queensland
Gordon Grimwade & Associates Heritage Consultants' records including reports, maps, photographs and slides
University of Maryland
The collection consists of reference copies of proposals documenting Navy-related activities in the Legacy Resource Management Program, including preservation and identification of important archeological sites, environmentally threatened wetlands, Native American burial grounds, nineteenth-century base buildings, historic shipwrecks, and material evidence from the Cold War -- Other types of documents include preservation training materials, minutes from meetings and workshops, general correspondence, and records documenting administrative and financial oversight of the Legacy program. The collection also includes slides, photographs, videotapes, and audio material, which focus on training and the preservation of specific resources on military installations
Indiana University - Archives of Traditional Music
Recordings consist of lectures and discussions about oral heritage in Ghana and the role of libraries and indigenous knowledge resource centers in preserving this heritage
University of Alaska, Fairbanks
The Alaska Anthropological Association Records are an ongoing collection documenting the activities of the Alaska Anthropological Association from 1974, when the idea of forming such an association began to take shape. The Association's records include its constitution and by-laws, minutes of its business and board meetings, correspondence, financial papers, and membership lists. A large part of the collection consists of material produced for the Association's annual conference (programs and abstracts; advertising posters; copies of some of the papers presented) and copies of the Association's publications (newsletter, Aurora monograph series). Also included are photographs of Association activities and records of the Belzoni Society, an informal group that pokes fun at anthropologists and their practices


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